Army Ranger Handbook Pdf Format
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Army Ranger Handbook Pdf Format

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FM 3-05.102 July 2001 Headquarters, Department of the Army DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Distribution authorized to U.S.Government agencies and their contractors only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means.This determination was made on 5 December 2003.

Other requests for this document must be referred to Commander, United States Army John F.

Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, ATTN: AOJK-DT-JAA, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310-5000.

DESTRUCTION NOTICE:Destroy by any method that must prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.ARMY SPECIAL

*FM 3-05.102 Field Manual Headquarters No.3-05.102 Department of the Army Washington, DC, 31 August 2001 Army Special Operations Forces Contents Chapter 1 OPERATIONS AND ARSOF ..................................................................................1-1 Range of Military Army Special Operations Forces ............................................................................1-7 Army Special Operations ARSOF Special Operations Mission Army Special Operations ARSOF ARSOF Collateral Targeting and Mission RESTRICTION: Distribution authorized to U.S.

Government agencies and their contractors only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means.This determination was made on 5 December 2003.Other requests for this document must be referred to Commander, United States Army John F.Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, ATTN: AOJK-DT-JAA, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310-5000.DESTRUCTION NOTICE: Destroy by any method that must prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.*This publication supersedes FM 34-36, 30 September 1991.

FM 3-05.102Chapter 2ARSOF AND THE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE of 3IEW SUPPORT TO SPECIAL FORCES Intelligence IEW Roles and IEW Support to Support From 4IEW SUPPORT ......................................................... Organic IEW Support to Ranger IEW 5IEW SUPPORT TO and Assets .....................................................................................5-2ARSOA Intelligence Nonorganic 6IEW SUPPORT TO BSPECIAL OPERATIONS MI...................B-1Part 1: Mission Tasking 5: Mission Support CSPECIAL OPERATIONS and UW 3-05.102National Intelligence Support to Joint OperationsIntelligence and Electronic Warfare OperationsCollection Management and Synchronization PlanningFM 34-8, Combat Commanders Handbook on Intelligence.Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do notrefer exclusively to men.The proponent of this publication is the U.S.Army John F.Kennedy SpecialWarfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS)
army ranger handbook pdf format
.Submit comments andrecommended changes to Commander, USAJFKSWCS, ATTN: AOJK-DT-JAA,Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310-5000.This manual does not implement any International Standardization Agreements(ISAs).This chapter describes the range of ARSOF units and their missions, and considerations for theiremployment.It provides an overview of concepts addressed in FM 3-05(FM 100-25).The fundamental purpose of ARSOF intelligence operationsis to provide the commander with the information required to visualizethe adversary and the environment.This support will enable ARSOF tosuccessfully conduct worldwide special operations (SO) throughout therange of military operations supporting the geographic combatantcommanders, American ambassadors and their country teams, and otherARSOF are specifically organized, trained, and equipped to conduct SOindependently or in conjunction with the operations of Army conventionalforces, joint forces, and/or combined forces.ARSOF support the nationalsecurity strategy byEnhancing security with their unique military capabilities.Promoting prosperity by supporting global and domestic stability.Promoting security through the development and preservation ofdemocracy.ARSOF conduct operations throughout the range of military operations(war and MOOTW).ARSOF provide geographic combatant commandersadditional means to shape the environment and respond to crises, whilepreparing for future requirements (Figure 1-1, page 1-2).ARSOF can supportthe joint force commander (JFC) at all levelsstrategic, operational, ortacticalas follows:The strategic level concerns the broadest aspects of national andtheater policy.Decisions at this level reflect national and multinationalgoals, integrate all the instruments of national power, provide forces,and determine constraints and restraints on their use.

The NationalCommand Authorities (NCA) and the geographic combatantcommanders determine the strategic-national and strategic-theaterobjectives and the manner of use of military means to achieve them.The NCA or the geographic combatant commanders may directly orindirectly (through subordinate commanders) employ ARSOF inpursuit of these objectives.FM 3-05.102The operational level focuses on theater campaigns and majoroperations.Joint force commanders determine operational objectivesthat lead to the attainment of strategic-theater objectives.Theseobjectives are attained through the design, organization, and conduct ofcampaigns and major operations that, in turn, guide tactical events.

Ageographic combatant commander, subordinate unified commandcommander, joint task force (JTF) commander, Service componentcommander, or functional component commander may employ ARSOFas part of a joint force to attain these operational objectives.The tactical level focuses on battles and engagements.Decisions at thislevel apply combat power to create advantages while in contact with orclose to the enemy.ARSOF conduct tactical actions (offense, defense,stability, and support actions) designed to have significant effect inattaining operational objectives.

PSYOP and CA tactical actions
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