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Scouting And Patrolling

Author : Rex Applegate
ISBN : STANFORD:36105081382074
Genre : History
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This is the classic manual on scouting and patrolling by one of America's foremost authorities on military and police science. This book teaches you all that you need to know about ground reconnaissance principles and training, terrain features, and observation, as well as exercise to show you how to put the principles into effect.
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Mcwp 3 11 3 Scouting And Patrolling

Author : U. S. Marine Corps
ISBN : 131288472X
Genre : Reference
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MCWP 3-11.3 provides all Marines with the instructional material they need to build the skills necessary to become effective scouts and patrol team members. This publication provides the fundamentals of scouting and patrolling and their relationship to each other. It also addresses organizational structure of teams and patrols, the training required to develop teamwork, and reporting requirements.
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Scouting And Patrolling

Author : Arthur Goodfriend
ISBN : 1494017423
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This is a new release of the original 1943 edition.
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Mcwp 3 11 3 Scouting And Patrolling

Author : Department of Department of Defense
ISBN : 1548351970
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Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 3 11.3, Scouting and Patrolling, provides the doctrinal foundation and the tactics, techniques, and procedures for scouting and patrolling conducted by Marines from the fire team to the company level. Although the information focuses on infantry units, much of the information is also applicable to combat support units that are assigned patrolling missions. MCWP 3-11.3 provides all Marines with the instructional material they need to build the skills necessary to become effective scouts and patrol team members. This publication provides the fundamentals of scouting and patrolling and their relationship to each other. It also addresses organizational structure of teams and patrols, the training required to develop teamwork, and reporting requirements. 17 April 2000 edition
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Scouting And Patrolling

Author : Great Britain. War Office. General Staff
ISBN : HARVARD:32044080698756
Genre : Combat patrols
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Marine Corps Tactical Publication Mctp 3 01a Scouting And Patrolling July 2020

Author : United States Governmen Us Marine Corps
ISBN : 9798681433545
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This is United States Marine Corps USMC manual Marine Corps Tactical Publication MCTP 3-01A Scouting and Patrolling July 2020. The evolution of modern warfare prompts the need for advanced and modernized tactics which provide Marines with enhanced scouting and patrolling procedures. Essential in meeting this requirement was the integration of Marine Corps Interim Publication (MCIP) 3-02.1i, Combat Hunter with Marine Corps Tactical Publication (MCTP) 3-01A, Scouting and Patrolling. As witnessed during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, the combat tested tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) contained herein have matured into effective tools, which-when paired with enhanced scouting techniques and a hunter's mindset to "always be the hunter, never the prey"-are highly effective in conducting patrols. This mindset continues to be taught throughout the training and education continuum for both officers and enlisted Marines alike, from entry-level training to professional military education. Scouting and patrolling skills are an essential part of all tactical operations which assist the commander in developing a deeper understanding of the operational environment, locating threats, determining enemy or adversary intentions, and developing effective methods for targeting them. Marines must be able to make rapid and effective decisions, as well as identify threats from inside or outside of friendly areas. All Marines, regardless of military occupational specialty, should be capable of effectively participating in basic patrolling missions. Therefore, the TTP included herein are applicable across the Marine air-ground task force. This publication supersedes MCTP 3-01A, Scouting and Patrolling, dated 17 April 2001, erratum dated 2 May 2016 and cancels MCIP 3-02.1i, Combat Hunter, dated 4 February 2011.
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Scouting And Patrolling

Author : William Henry Waldron
ISBN : 0342048562
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
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Manuals Combined U S Marine Corps Basic Reconnaissance Course Brc References

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Over 5,300 total pages .... MARINE RECON Reconnaissance units are the commander’s eyes and ears on the battlefield. They are task organized as a highly trained six man team capable of conducting specific missions behind enemy lines. Employed as part of the Marine Air- Ground Task Force, reconnaissance teams provide timely information to the supported commander to shape and influence the battlefield. The varying types of missions a Reconnaissance team conduct depends on how deep in the battle space they are operating. Division Reconnaissance units support the close and distant battlespace, while Force Reconnaissance units conduct deep reconnaissance in support of a landing force. Common missions include, but are not limited to: Plan, coordinate, and conduct amphibious-ground reconnaissance and surveillance to observe, identify, and report enemy activity, and collect other information of military significance. Conduct specialized surveying to include: underwater reconnaissance and/or demolitions, beach permeability and topography, routes, bridges, structures, urban/rural areas, helicopter landing zones (LZ), parachute drop zones (DZ), aircraft forward operating sites, and mechanized reconnaissance missions. When properly task organized with other forces, equipment or personnel, assist in specialized engineer, radio, and other special reconnaissance missions. Infiltrate mission areas by necessary means to include: surface, subsurface and airborne operations. Conduct Initial Terminal Guidance (ITG) for helicopters, landing craft, parachutists, air-delivery, and re-supply. Designate and engage selected targets with organic weapons and force fires to support battlespace shaping. This includes designation and terminal guidance of precision-guided munitions. Conduct post-strike reconnaissance to determine and report battle damage assessment on a specified target or area. Conduct limited scale raids and ambushes. Just a SAMPLE of the included publications: BASIC RECONNAISSANCE COURSE PREPARATION GUIDE RECONNAISSANCE (RECON) TRAINING AND READINESS (T&R) MANUAL RECONNAISSANCE REPORTS GUIDE GROUND RECONNAISSANCE OPERATIONS GROUND COMBAT OPERATIONS Supporting Arms Observer, Spotter and Controller DEEP AIR SUPPORT SCOUTING AND PATROLLING Civil Affairs Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures MAGTF Intelligence Production and Analysis Counterintelligence Close Air Support Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) Convoy Operations Handbook TRAINING SUPPORT PACKAGE FOR: CONVOY SURVIVABILITY Convoy Operations Battle Book Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Training, Planning and Executing Convoy Operations Urban Attacks
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Patrol Log Book

Author : James F. Hatcher
ISBN : 1494467186
Genre : Reference
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The Patrol Log Book is a tool for use by Scouting patrols to record their experiences, events, meetings and activities in journal form. It is designed to be used by the Patrol during a Patrol Leader's leadership cycle or by the Patrol Scribe as a continuing register of the week-to-week tasks of the Patrol. Each book has a space to register the book volume, so that a continual series can be maintained in the Troop Library for future reference. The cover is plain orange, as to be visible when the Patrol is in the woods to help prevent loss. Every Scouting Patrol should use a log book to track their progress and to teach Scouts organization and planning for their future years. Order one for each Patrol in your Troop.
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Fighting Elites

Author : John C. Fredriksen
ISBN : 9781598848106
Genre : History
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• Initial chapters provide an overview of all American special purpose units • A bibliography points to additional reading and sources of information • 50 illustrations of famous leaders, uniforms, and troops in the field • A highly detailed chronology of all known special forces activities
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A Rifleman Went To War

Author : Herbert W. McBride
ISBN : 9781623580292
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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More than 70 years after it was first published, this book is still one of the all-time classics on the art of military marksmanship, and is required reading at the U.S. Marine Corps Sniper School. The author grew up learning to shoot in the backwoods of Indiana, and went on to compete nationally as a sharpshooter. When World War I broke out in Europe, he was so eager to fight that he enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Wounded seven times and finally invalided home after nearly two years on the front lines, he was an enthusiastic soldier and a superb sniper, with over 100 confirmed kills. His story of his time in the trenches includes frequent lessons on the mindset, the tactics, and the weapons of sniping, and has much hard-won advice about personal survival on the battlefield. It stands out as one of the best first-person accounts of World War I.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

North American Indians In The Great War

Author : Susan Applegate Krouse
ISBN : 9780803227781
Genre : History
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More than twelve thousand American Indians served in the United States military in World War I, even though many were not U.S. citizens and did not enjoy the benefits of enfranchisement. Using the words of the veterans themselves, as collected by Joseph K. Dixon (1856?1926), North American Indians in the Great War presents the experiences of American Indian veterans during World War I and after their return home. ø Dixon, a photographer, author, and Indian rights advocate, had hoped that documenting American Indian service in the military would aid the Indian struggle to obtain general U.S. citizenship. Dixon managed to document nearly a quarter of the Indians who had served but was unable to complete his work, and his records languished unexamined until now. Unlike other sources of information on Indian military service collected by government officials, Dixon?s records come primarily from the veterans themselves. Their comments reveal pride in upholding an Indian tradition of military service as well as frustration with the U.S. government. Particularly in its immediacy and individuality, Dixon?s documentation of American Indian veterans of World War I adds greatly to our understanding of the experiences of American Indians in the U.S. military.
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