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2007 U.S. Military Documents: Convoy Survivability Training Support Package With Graphics Defense Against Attacks, Reaction To Improvised Explosive Devices (Ie Ds) In Iraq

U.S. Department of Defense

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ISBN : 9781422008591
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This unique electronic book on CD-ROM has military documents and resources about convoy survivability in Iraq - with special emphasis on reacting to improvised explosive devices (IEDs) - and body armor. The disc provides a complete reproduction ofMoreThis unique electronic book on CD-ROM has military documents and resources about convoy survivability in Iraq - with special emphasis on reacting to improvised explosive devices (IEDs) - and body armor. The disc provides a complete reproduction of the important new publicly released Defense Department document, the Convoy Survivability Training Support Package (TSP). The TSP contains enemy tactics, techniques, and procedures currently in use in Iraq for attacking convoys, as well as U.S. measures in effect to counter them. Specific areas of instruction include but are not limited to hardening vehicles, defending against attack, consolidation and reorganization, gun truck employment, various reports, battle drills, and basic instructions for setting up a convoy live fire exercise. This disc version includes hundreds of pages of additional graphics not included in the printed version. The document states in part: During this course of instruction you will learn to: Identify the threat- harden vehicles- conduct convoy briefing- execute motor movement- defend against attack- defend against Improvised Explosive Devices (IED)- conduct convoy consolidation and reorganization- conduct actions at the Release Point (RP)- describe the purpose and functions of the gun truck- identify gun truck crew duties- harden gun trucks- employ gun trucks- identify emerging enemy trends on the battlefield. The arrival of the Twenty-first Century brought with it a different way of doing business on the battlefield. This style of warfare, known as the Contemporary Operational Environment, or COE, will be the mode in which the United States Army fights for many years to come. COE is an asymmetric environment, meaning that one side is well manned, well-organized, and well-equipped, while the other side consists of an irregular guerrilla force incapable of fighting a conventional battle with any hope of victory. In the COE a guerrilla force snaps at the heels of its enemy, harassing, attacking