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UNITED STATES ARMY RANGER HANDBOOK, SH 21-76, 2010, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book. PREFACE The MCOE SH 21-76 (Ranger Handbook) is mainly written for U.S. Army Rangers and other light Infantr UNITED STATES ARMY RANGER HANDBOOK, SH 21-76, 2010, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book. PREFACE The MCOE SH 21-76 (Ranger Handbook) is mainly written for U.S. Army Rangers and other light Infantry units, however it should also serve as a handy reference for other U.S. military units. It covers how Infantry squad- and platoon-sized elements conduct combat operations in varied terrains. It cites other Army resources to ensure continuity. This handbook provides squad and platoon leaders with the roles, tactics, knowledge, and operational requirements to employ combat multipliers in a combat environment. TABLE OF CONTENTS RANGER CREED . i STANDING ORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS . i RANGER HISTORY ii PREFACE vi CHAPTER 1 LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES 1-1 DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND ACTIONS . 1-2 ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND 1-8 CHAPTER 2 OPERATIONS TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES 2-1 COMBAT INTELLIGENCE . 2-6 WARNING ORDER 2-7 OPERATION ORDER . 2-16 FRAGMENTARY ORDER 2-24 ANNEXES 2-29 COORDINATION CHECKLISTS 2-35 TASK, PURPOSE, OPERATION 2-40 TERRAIN MODEL 2-43 CHAPTER 3 FIRE SUPPORT BASIC FIRE SUPPORT TASKS; TARGETING; AND INTERDICTION 3-1 CAPABILITIES 3-2 RISK ESTIMATE DISTANCES . 3-2 TARGET OVERLAYS . 3-3 CALL FOR FIRE . 3-5 CLOSE AIR SUPPORT 3-11 CLOSE COMBAT ATTACK AVIATION 3-13 CHAPTER 4 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MILITARY RADIOS 4-1 MAN-PACK RADIO ASSEMBLY (AN/PRC-119F) . 4-4 AUTOMATED NET-CONTROL DEVICE 4-5 BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING . 4-6 ANTENNAS REPAIRS . 4-6 CONSTRUCTION AND ADJUSTMENT . 4-7 FIELD EXPEDIENT (FE) OMNI DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS 4-8 ANTENNA LENGTH PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 4-13 v CHAPTER 5 DEMOLITIONS INITIATING (PRIMING) SYSTEMS 5-2 DETONATION (FIRING) SYSTEMS . 5-3 SAFETY 5-3 EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES--IMPROVISED SHAPED CHARGE . 5-3 EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES--PLATTER CHARGE . 5-4 EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES--GRAPESHOT CHARGE . 5-5 DEMOLITION KNOTS 5-6 MINIMUM SAFE DISTANCES 5-8 BREACHING CHARGES 5-8 TIMBER CUTTING CHARGES . 5-11 CHAPTER 6 MOVEMENT FORMATIONS 6-1 MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES . 6-1 STANDARDS 6-4 FUNDAMENTALS 6-4 TACTICAL MARCHES . 6-4 MOVEMENT DURING LIMITED VISIBILITY CONDITIONS . 6-6 DANGER AREAS . 6-7 CHAPTER 7 PATROLS PRINCIPLES PLANNING . 7-1 RECONNAISSANCE 7-1 SECURITY . 7-1 CONTROL 7-1 COMMON SENSE . 7-1 PLANNING TASK ORGANIZATION 7-1 INITIAL PLANNING AND COORDINATION 7-2 COMPLETION OF PLAN . 7-3 RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS FUNDAMENTALS OF RECONNAISSANCE . 7-5 TASK STANDARDS . 7-5 ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, AREA RECONNAISSANCE 7-5 ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, ZONE RECONNAISSANCE 7-8 COMBAT PATROLS PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 7-9 AMBUSH 7-9 HASTY AMBUSH . 7-11 DELIBERATE (POINT/ AREA) AMBUSH . 7-12 PERFORM RAID 7-15 SUPPORTING TASKS LINKUP 7-19 DEBRIEF 7-19 OBJECTIVE RALLY POINT . 7-19 PATROL BASE 7-21 MOVEMENT TO CONTACT TECHNIQUES 7-23 TASK STANDARDS . 7-25 CHAPTER 8 BATTLE DRILLS REACT TO CONTACT (VISUAL, IED, DIRECT FIRE [INCLUDES RPG]) (07-3-D9501) .


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UNITED STATES ARMY RANGER HANDBOOK, SH 21-76, 2010, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book. PREFACE The MCOE SH 21-76 (Ranger Handbook) is mainly written for U.S. Army Rangers and other light Infantr UNITED STATES ARMY RANGER HANDBOOK, SH 21-76, 2010, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book. PREFACE The MCOE SH 21-76 (Ranger Handbook) is mainly written for U.S. Army Rangers and other light Infantry units, however it should also serve as a handy reference for other U.S. military units. It covers how Infantry squad- and platoon-sized elements conduct combat operations in varied terrains. It cites other Army resources to ensure continuity. This handbook provides squad and platoon leaders with the roles, tactics, knowledge, and operational requirements to employ combat multipliers in a combat environment. TABLE OF CONTENTS RANGER CREED . i STANDING ORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS . i RANGER HISTORY ii PREFACE vi CHAPTER 1 LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES 1-1 DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND ACTIONS . 1-2 ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND 1-8 CHAPTER 2 OPERATIONS TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES 2-1 COMBAT INTELLIGENCE . 2-6 WARNING ORDER 2-7 OPERATION ORDER . 2-16 FRAGMENTARY ORDER 2-24 ANNEXES 2-29 COORDINATION CHECKLISTS 2-35 TASK, PURPOSE, OPERATION 2-40 TERRAIN MODEL 2-43 CHAPTER 3 FIRE SUPPORT BASIC FIRE SUPPORT TASKS; TARGETING; AND INTERDICTION 3-1 CAPABILITIES 3-2 RISK ESTIMATE DISTANCES . 3-2 TARGET OVERLAYS . 3-3 CALL FOR FIRE . 3-5 CLOSE AIR SUPPORT 3-11 CLOSE COMBAT ATTACK AVIATION 3-13 CHAPTER 4 COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MILITARY RADIOS 4-1 MAN-PACK RADIO ASSEMBLY (AN/PRC-119F) . 4-4 AUTOMATED NET-CONTROL DEVICE 4-5 BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING . 4-6 ANTENNAS REPAIRS . 4-6 CONSTRUCTION AND ADJUSTMENT . 4-7 FIELD EXPEDIENT (FE) OMNI DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS 4-8 ANTENNA LENGTH PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 4-13 v CHAPTER 5 DEMOLITIONS INITIATING (PRIMING) SYSTEMS 5-2 DETONATION (FIRING) SYSTEMS . 5-3 SAFETY 5-3 EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES--IMPROVISED SHAPED CHARGE . 5-3 EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES--PLATTER CHARGE . 5-4 EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES--GRAPESHOT CHARGE . 5-5 DEMOLITION KNOTS 5-6 MINIMUM SAFE DISTANCES 5-8 BREACHING CHARGES 5-8 TIMBER CUTTING CHARGES . 5-11 CHAPTER 6 MOVEMENT FORMATIONS 6-1 MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES . 6-1 STANDARDS 6-4 FUNDAMENTALS 6-4 TACTICAL MARCHES . 6-4 MOVEMENT DURING LIMITED VISIBILITY CONDITIONS . 6-6 DANGER AREAS . 6-7 CHAPTER 7 PATROLS PRINCIPLES PLANNING . 7-1 RECONNAISSANCE 7-1 SECURITY . 7-1 CONTROL 7-1 COMMON SENSE . 7-1 PLANNING TASK ORGANIZATION 7-1 INITIAL PLANNING AND COORDINATION 7-2 COMPLETION OF PLAN . 7-3 RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS FUNDAMENTALS OF RECONNAISSANCE . 7-5 TASK STANDARDS . 7-5 ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, AREA RECONNAISSANCE 7-5 ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, ZONE RECONNAISSANCE 7-8 COMBAT PATROLS PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 7-9 AMBUSH 7-9 HASTY AMBUSH . 7-11 DELIBERATE (POINT/ AREA) AMBUSH . 7-12 PERFORM RAID 7-15 SUPPORTING TASKS LINKUP 7-19 DEBRIEF 7-19 OBJECTIVE RALLY POINT . 7-19 PATROL BASE 7-21 MOVEMENT TO CONTACT TECHNIQUES 7-23 TASK STANDARDS . 7-25 CHAPTER 8 BATTLE DRILLS REACT TO CONTACT (VISUAL, IED, DIRECT FIRE [INCLUDES RPG]) (07-3-D9501) .

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Steven Medina

    I found out about this book while in boot camp. If you weren’t reading it, you would be doing push ups! This is the book (which I believe has been updated since my separation from the military) that contains the necessary information that every infantryman should strive know and be. This book has helped won wars and conflicts the U.S military has been involved in. There are also some good survival tips in this book if you are a survival enthusiast.

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    Dwayne Mchottie

    Not good Not the best attempt at copying a book. Could have been worse but not enjoyable to use. Find a physical copy.

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