Soldier Handbook SH 21-76 US Army Ranger Handbook February 2011

Newest Issue
Feb 2011 dated
Must have for every soldier that wants to live on todays battle field

The Ranger Handbook is principally written for U.S. Army Rangers and other light Infantry units, on the other hand it will have to also serve as a at hand reference for other U.S. military units as it Accommodates a summary of other manuals such as FM 6-22 (FM 22-100), FM 3-21.8 (FM 7-8), FM 3-21.10 (FM 7-10), FM 3-90, FM 3-55.93 (FM 7-93). It covers how Infantry squad- and platoon-sized elements conduct combat operations in varied terrains. It cites other Army resources to make sure continuity. This handbook provides squad and platoon leaders with the jobs, tactics, knowledge, and operational requirements to employ combat multipliers in a combat environment. Accommodates: RANGER CREED STANDING ORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS RANGER HISTORY CH1 LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND ACTIONS ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND CH2 OPERATIONS TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES COMBAT INTELLIGENCE WARNING ORDER OPERATION ORDER FRAGMENTARY ORDER ANNEXES COORDINATION CHECKLISTS TASK, PURPOSE, OPERATION TERRAIN MODEL CH3 FIRE SUPPORT BASIC FIRE SUPPORT TASKS, TARGETING, AND INTERDICTION CAPABILITIES RISK ESTIMATE DISTANCES TARGET OVERLAYS CALL FOR FIRE CLOSE AIR SUPPORT CLOSE COMBAT ATTACK AVIATION CH4 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MILITARY RADIOS MAN-PACK RADIO ASSEMBLY (AN/PRC-119F) AUTOMATED NET-CONTROL DEVICE BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING ANTENNAS REPAIRS CONSTRUCTION AND ADJUSTMENT FIELD EXPEDIENT (FE) OMNI DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS ANTENNA LENGTH PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS CH5 DEMOLITIONS INITIATING (PRIMING) SYSTEMS DETONATION (FIRING) SYSTEMS SAFETY EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–IMPROVISED SHAPED CHARGE EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–PLATTER CHARGE EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–GRAPESHOT CHARGE DEMOLITION KNOTS MINIMUM SAFE DISTANCES BREACHING CHARGES TIMBER CUTTING CHARGES CH6 MOVEMENT FORMATIONS MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES STANDARDS FUNDAMENTALS TACTICAL MARCHES MOVEMENT DURING LIMITED VISIBILITY CONDITIONS DANGER AREAS CH7 PATROLS PRINCIPLES PLANNING RECONNAISSANCE SECURITY CONTROL COMMON SENSE PLANNING TASK ORGANIZATION INITIAL PLANNING AND COORDINATION COMPLETION OF PLAN RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS FUNDAMENTALS OF RECONNAISSANCE TASK STANDARDS ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, AREA RECONNAISSANCE ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, ZONE RECONNAISSANCE COMBAT PATROLS PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS AMBUSH HASTY AMBUSH DELIBERATE (POINT/AREA) AMBUSH PERFORM RAID SUPPORTING TASKS LINKUP DEBRIEF OBJECTIVE RALLY POINT PATROL BASE MOVEMENT TO CONTACT TECHNIQUES TASK STANDARDS CH8 BATTLE DRILLS REACT TO CONTACT (VISUAL, IED, DIRECT FIRE [RPG]) BREAK CONTACT REACT TO AMBUSH (FAR) REACT TO AMBUSH (NEAR) KNOCK OUT BUNKER ENTER AND CLEAR A ROOM ENTER A TRENCH TO SECURE A FOOTHOLD BREACH A MINED WIRE OBSTACLE REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE CH9 MILITARY MOUNTAINEERING TRAINING DISMOUNTED MOBILITY TASK ORGANIZATION RESCUE EQUIPMENT MOUNTAINEERING EQUIPMENT ANCHORS KNOTS BELAYS CLIMBING COMMANDS ROPE INSTALLATIONS RAPPELLING CH10 MACHINE GUN EMPLOYMENT CH11 CONVOY OPERATIONS CH12 URBAN OPERATIONS AN URBAN PERSPECTIVE STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF URBAN AREAS MODERN ARMY URBAN OPERATIONS TASK ORGANIZATION FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS PREPARATIONS FOR FUTURE URBAN OPERATIONS CONDUCT OF LIVE, VIRTUAL, AND CONSTRUCTIVE TRAINING RANGERS – URBAN WARRIORS PRINCIPLES METT-TC CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT REHEARSALS TTPS FOR MARKING BUILDINGS AND ROOMS CH13 WATERBORNE OPERATIONS ROPE BRIDGE PONCHO RAFT OTHER WATERCRAFT CH14 EVASION/SURVIVAL EVASION SURVIVAL CH15 AVIATION REVERSE PLANNING SEQUENCE SELECTION AND MARKING OF PICKUP AND LANDING ZONES AIR ASSAULT FORMATIONS PICKUP ZONE OPERATIONS SAFETY REQUIREMENTS DESERT MOUNTAINS OBSERVATION HELICOPTERS ATTACK HELICOPTERS UTILITY HELICOPTERS CARGO HELICOPTERS CH16 FIRST AID APPENDIX A RESOURCES APPENDIX B QUICK REFERENCE CARDS
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