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Opposing Force Tactics - Fort Benning

TC Opposing Force Tactics December 2011. DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. HEADQUARTERS. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY. This publication is available at Army Knowledge Online ( );. General Dennis J. Reimer Training and Doctrine Digital Library ( ). TC Training Circular Headquarters No. Department of the Army Washington, , 9 December 2011. Opposing Force Tactics Contents Page PREFACE ..ix INTRODUCTION ..x Operational Environments .. x Opposing Force .. xi The COE and OPFOR Continue to Evolve.

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1 TC Opposing Force Tactics December 2011. DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. HEADQUARTERS. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY. This publication is available at Army Knowledge Online ( );. General Dennis J. Reimer Training and Doctrine Digital Library ( ). TC Training Circular Headquarters No. Department of the Army Washington, , 9 December 2011. Opposing Force Tactics Contents Page PREFACE ..ix INTRODUCTION ..x Operational Environments .. x Opposing Force .. xi The COE and OPFOR Continue to Evolve.

2 Xv Chapter 1 STRATEGIC AND OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK .. 1-1. National-Level Organization .. 1-1. National Security Strategy .. 1-4. Strategic Campaign .. 1-7. Operational-Level 1-8. Operational Designs .. 1-10. Types of Offensive and Defensive Action .. 1-12. Systems Warfare .. 1-13. The Role of Paramilitary Forces in Operations .. 1-16. Chapter 2 COMMAND AND 2-1. Concept and Principles .. 2-1. Command and Support Relationships .. 2-2. Tactical-Level Organizations .. 2-3. Organizing the Tactical Battlefield .. 2-11. Functional Organization of Forces and Elements.

3 2-15. Headquarters, Command, and 2-17. Command Posts .. 2-28. Command and Control Systems .. 2-31. Chapter 3 OFFENSE .. 3-1. Purpose of the Offense .. 3-1. Planning the Offense .. 3-3. Preparing for the Offense .. 3-8. Executing the Offense .. 3-8. Types of Offensive Action Tactical Groups, Divisions, and Brigades .. 3-9. Tactical Offensive Actions Detachments, Battalions, and Below .. 3-20. Distribution Restriction: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. i Contents Chapter 4 DEFENSE .. 4-1. Purpose of the Defense.

4 4-1. Planning the Defense .. 4-2. Preparing for the Defense .. 4-7. Executing the Defense .. 4-9. Types of Defensive Action Tactical Groups, Divisions, and Brigades .. 4-10. Tactical Defensive Actions Detachments, Battalions, and Below .. 4-18. Chapter 5 BATTLE DRILLS .. 5-1. Purpose of Battle Drills .. 5-1. Actions on Contact .. 5-1. Breaking Contact .. 5-4. Situational Breach .. 5-5. Fire and Maneuver .. 5-7. Fixing .. 5-9. Chapter 6 OTHER COMBINED ARMS ACTIONS .. 6-1. Actions of the Disruption Force .. 6-1. Counterreconnaissance.

5 6-2. Antilanding Actions .. 6-6. Urban Combat .. 6-7. Chapter 7 INFORMATION WARFARE .. 7-1. Tactical-Level INFOWAR .. 7-1. Elements of INFOWAR .. 7-3. Chapter 8 RECONNAISSANCE .. 8-1. Combined Arms Mission .. 8-1. Concept .. 8-2. Assets .. 8-4. Reconnaissance Planning .. 8-7. Reconnaissance Elements .. 8-12. Reconnaissance Methods .. 8-16. Chapter 9 INDIRECT FIRE SUPPORT .. 9-1. Fire Support Concepts .. 9-1. Indirect Fire Support Weapons .. 9-3. Command and Control .. 9-4. Fire Support Planning .. 9-11. Targeting .. 9-12.

6 Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance .. 9-15. Methods of Fire .. 9-18. Fire Support of Maneuver Operations .. 9-19. Tactical Deployment .. 9-20. Logistics .. 9-25. Chapter 10 AVIATION .. 10-1. Command and Control .. 10-1. Airspace Management .. 10-5. Missions .. 10-10. Planning and Preparation .. 10-19. ii TC 9 December 2011. Contents Flight Tactics .. 10-27. Chapter 11 AIR DEFENSE .. 11-1. Air Defense System .. 11-1. Command and Control .. 11-4. Air 11-7. Tactical Assets .. 11-10. Employment .. 11-13. Nonlethal Air Defense 11-27.

7 Chapter 12 ENGINEER SUPPORT .. 12-1. Adaptive Engineer Support .. 12-1. Missions and Tasks .. 12-1. command and control .. 12-4. Support to Information Warfare .. 12-5. Engineer Reconnaissance .. 12-5. 12-7. 12-19. Survivability .. 12-30. Chapter 13 CBRN AND SMOKE .. 13-1. Weapons of Mass 13-1. Preparedness .. 13-1. Staff Responsibility .. 13-2. Chemical Warfare .. 13-2. Biological Warfare .. 13-6. Radiological Weapons .. 13-8. Nuclear Warfare .. 13-9. CBRN Protection .. 13-11. 13-17. Chapter 14 LOGISTICS .. 14-1. Stratecic and Operational Logistics Support.

8 14-1. Tactical Staff 14-1. Tactical Logistics Concepts .. 14-3. Logistics 14-3. Tailored Logistics Units .. 14-4. Materiel Support .. 14-7. Maintenance .. 14-9. Transportation .. 14-9. Personnel Support .. 14-12. Medical 14-13. Support of Combat Actions .. 14-14. Post-Combat Support .. 14-16. Chapter 15 SPECIAL-PURPOSE FORCES AND COMMANDOS .. 15-1. SECTION I SPECIAL-PURPOSE FORCES .. 15-1. Command and Control .. 15-1. Missions .. 15-2. Organization for combat .. 15-5. 9 December 2011 TC iii Contents SPF Brigades, Battalions, Companies, and Teams.

9 15-6. Tactics , Techniques, and Procedures .. 15-18. Equipment .. 15-21. Personnel .. 15-22. Logistics .. 15-23. SECTION II 15-25. Command and Control .. 15-25. Missions .. 15-25. Organization for Combat .. 15-27. Commando Brigades and Battalions .. 15-27. Tactics , Techniques, and Procedures .. 15-33. Personnel .. 15-34. Chapter 16 MARKSMEN AND SNIPERS .. 16-1. Similarities and Differences .. 16-1. Marksmen .. 16-1. Snipers .. 16-4. Antimateriel Role .. 16-9. Role in Information Warfare .. 16-11. Differences Between Regular Military Snipers and Irregular Force Snipers.

10 16-11. GLOSSARY .. Glossary-1. References-1. INDEX .. Index-1. Figures Figure 1-1. National Command Authority .. 1-2. Figure 1-2. The State's armed forces .. 1-3. Figure 1-3. Conceptual framework for implementing the State's national security strategy .. 1-4. Figure 1-4. Example of a strategic campaign .. 1-7. Figure 1-5. State and OPFOR planning framework .. 1-9. Figure 1-6. Operational designs .. 1-11. Figure 1-7. Combat 1-14. Figure 2-1. Possible DTG organization (example) .. 2-5. Figure 2-2. Possible BTG organization (example).


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