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United States Army Field Manuals are published by the United States Army's Army Publishing Directorate. As of 27 July 2007, some 542 field manuals were in use. They contain detailed information and how-tos for procedures important to soldiers serving in the field. They are usually available to the public at low cost or free electronically. Many websites have begun collecting PDF versions of Army Field Manuals, Technical Manuals and Weapon Manuals.




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As part of the Army's Doctrine 2015 initiative, Field Manuals (FMs) would continue to serve as the most comprehensive reference manuals in the new series of doctrine documents, which also included Army Doctrine Publications (ADPs) and Army Doctrine Reference Republications (ADRPs). The total number of FMs, however, would be reduced to 50, covering core concepts and the FMs would be limited to a main body text of no more than 200 pages. All remaining knowledge would be transitioned to a new lower-level series of publications, called Army Techniques Publications (ATPs).


As of July 2007, some 542 field manuals were in use.[1][needs update] Starting in 2010, the U.S. Army began review and revision of all of its doctrinal publications, under the initiative "Doctrine 2015". Since then, the most important doctrine have been published in Army Doctrine Publications (ADP) and Army Doctrine Reference Publications (ADRP), replacing the former key Field Manuals. Army Techniques Publications (ATP), Army Training Circulars (TC), and Army Technical Manuals (TM) round out the new suite of doctrinal publications. Not all FMs are being rescinded; 50 select Field Manuals will continue to be published, periodically reviewed and revised. They are usually available to the public at low cost or free electronically. Many websites have begun collecting PDF versions of Army Field Manuals, Technical Manuals, and Weapon Manuals.[2]


According to The New York Times, the Army has started to "wikify" certain field manuals, allowing any authorized user to update the manuals.[3] This process, specifically using the MediaWiki arm of the military's professional networking application, milSuite, was recognized by the White House as an Open Government Initiative in 2010.[4]


Donation request: We have so many large format manuals to scan. It would only be possible with a large scale scanner. Such as a DS-70000 or something else that could scan 11.5x100 paper. See email information below (be sure to include BAMA in the subject line).


The Library of Congress holds in its general collections, print copies of all War Department/Department of the Army Technical Manuals, or TMs, listed in this inventory, unless otherwise noted. While a small number of these manuals have individual bibliographic records, most are only represented in the catalog by the serial title record, United States. Dept. of the Army. Training Publication, and do not have individual item records.


War Department/Department of the Army Technical Manuals are organized into more than 30 separate series, representing different military branches or subjects. Within individual series, the manuals have individual numbers. The "TM number" of a War Department/Department of the Army Technical Manual includes the abbreviation "TM", series number, and individual report number. For example, the manual, Navigation being in Series 1, has the number TM 1-205.


Many TMs have been updated over time. These later editions retain the same individual manual number, but can be distinguished by differing publication dates. Thus, the manual, Aerial Photography, for example, has two versions, from July 1941, and Nov. 1942. Both are TM1-220, but the first is TM1-220 July 1941, while the second is TM1-220 Nov. 1942.


Different versions of War Department/Department of the Army Technical Manuals which share the same manual number, usually share the same title, but not always. For example, TM1-260 Dec. 1942, is Dive Bombing, while TM1-260 May 1965 is Rotary Wing Flight.


When requesting manuals without individual records for use onsite, readers should navigate to the United States. Dept. of the Army. Training Publication catalog record, fill out the online request form, and use the "Additional Information" field to provide the title, full TM number and publication date of the technical manual they would like to access. The Science and Business Reading Room has scanners and copiers available for the purpose of making copies of the manuals.


PB numbers for many War Department/Department of the Army Technical Manuals possessing those numbers can be found in the Bibliography of Scientific and Industrial Reports. Using this resource, now-retired Business Librarian and Emeritus Professor, Robert Bolin, created a web guide, now preserved in the Internet Archive, called "Army Manuals Listed in the Bibliography of Scientific and Industrial Reports 1946-1949 External". This guide provides lists of Army manuals and their associated PB numbers. One of those lists focuses specifically on "Technical Manuals and related Technical Bulletins External".


Readers unable to visit the Library in person may also request copies of Army Technical Manuals through the Library's Duplication Services website or by calling Duplication Services at (202) 707-5640. The Library's Duplication Service is a fee-based service and there are restrictions based on the physical conditions of individual items. For ordering and price information, consult their website at Readers must include the TM or PB number, as well as any other identifying information such as the title and date of the manual being ordered.


This manual provides the basic framework of fielded and developmental countermobility methods, planning, and execution. Its purpose is to integrate countermobility into the overall AirLand Battle structure. The primary purpose of countermobility operations is to slow or divert the enemy, to increase time for target acquisition, and to increase weapons effectiveness. Army Navy Outdoors is happy to provide free downloads to read, learn & survive.


This Manual outlines the policies, rules, and regulations describing the conduct expected of a MMI cadet. These guidelines are what make MMI a military school. Your time here will be focused and demanding both mentally and physically, yet extremely rewarding. We are glad that you chose MMI to assist in your development as a leader, and more importantly, as a young adult.


PUB LOG delivers publicly releasable logistics information. It is an interactive product available for free downloads that are updated monthly. It can be installed on users' workstations or local area network (LAN) using Integrated Mobile Database (IMD) software, integrating multiple database sources. These databases are mastered together into a single cohesive product.


The ICS Security Field Manual series comprises several volumes, each focusing on a different aspect of ICS and security defense for control environments. The manuals will cover what these systems are used for, how we rely on them, how they are attacked, and practical ways to defend and protect our critical infrastructure.


Volume one will quickly get you up to speed in ICS/OT security, provide long-lasting reference materials and free resources, and outline a training path for you and the teams you may manage in engineering and ICS security. This manual lays the foundation for future ICS security field manuals that will expand on intermediate to advanced topics.


Standardization documents are developed and used for products, materials, and processes that have multiple applications to promote commonality and interoperability among the Military Departments and the Defense Agencies and between the United States and its allies, and to limit the variety of items in the military supply system. The Acquisition Streamlining and Standardization Information System (ASSIST) database identifies approved defense and federal standardization documents, adopted non-government standards (NGS), and U.S. ratified materiel International Standardization Agreements (ISAs). Standardization documents include:


The Manual for Courts-Martial (MCM), United States (2019 Edition) updates the MCM (2016 Edition). It is a complete reprinting and incorporates the MCM (2016 Edition), including all amendments to the Preamble, Rules for Courts-Martial (R.C.M.), Military Rules of Evidence (Mil. R. Evid.), Punitive Articles, and Nonjudicial Punishment Procedures made by the President in Executive Orders (EO) from 1984 to present, and specifically including EO 13825 (8 March 2018). See Appendix 19. This edition also contains amendments to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) made by Military Justice Act of 2016 (Division E of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2017), and the NDAAs for Fiscal Year 2018 and 2019. Finally, this edition incorporates amendments to the Supplementary Materials accompanying the MCM as published inthe Federal Register on December 11, 2018. The aforementioned Statutes, NDAAs, EOs, and Supplementary Materials are available at the Joint Service Committee on Military Justice website at Because this manual includes numerous changes, practitioners should consider the MCM completely revised. 041b061a72


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