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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this is a reproduction of an important new 2021 military handbook from the U.S. Department of Defense Operations Group National Training Center, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Center for Army Lessons Learned, titled Preparing for Large-Scale Combat Operations.
Contents: Section 1 - Brigade-Level Operations: Key Implications of Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 1 - Brigade-Level Operations: Key Implications of Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 2 - Command Posts in Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 3 - Fighting for Information: Security and Reconnaissance in Large-Scale Combat Operations * Section 2 - Movement and Maneuver: Getting to the Point of Contact * Chapter 4 - Movement and Maneuver during Large-Scale Combat Operations: Critical Offensive Considerations at the Battalion Level and Below * Chapter 5 - Combined Arms Breaches in Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 6 - Dismounted Operations * Chapter 7 - Movement and Maneuver during Large-Scale Combat Operations: Critical Defensive Considerations at the Battalion Level and Below * Section 3 - Aviation: Training for Large-Scale Combat Operations.. * Chapter 8 - "A Way" to Prepare Aviation Units for Large-Scale Combat Operations * Section 4 - Considerations for Field Artillery Units Preparing for Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 9 - Preparing to Fight with Fires * Section 5 - Consolidating Gains in Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 10 - Consolidation Area Security Considerations * Section 6 - Training to Sustain at Pace during Large-Scale Combat Operations * Chapter 11 - What Commanders Must Consider While Preparing Their Units to Sustain during Large-Scale Combat Operations * Glossary
The operating environment for future conflicts will be a place where Soldiers will struggle just to survive on a battlefield more lethal than anything seen since at least World War II. This is the scenario against which Army commanders at echelon should constantly train their formations for war. Throughout the force; however, we often find unit leaders at the brigade combat team (BCT) level and below struggling to imagine this hyper-competitive operating environment. They are consistently surprised at the tempo, pace, and competitiveness of a rotation at the National Training Center (NTC) in Fort Irwin, CA,—the best-replicated large-scale combat operations (LSCO) environment the Army offers. The purpose of this handbook is to set forth the "how to fight" concept and commensurate training techniques at echelon that allow units to succeed at the NTC. Units that win routinely exhibit the following four common characteristics: