US ARMY RANGER HANDBOOK, Military Manuals, Survival Ebooks

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US ARMY RANGER HANDBOOK, Military Manuals, Survival Ebooks

TABLE OF CONTENTS

RANGER CREED
STANDING ORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS
RANGER HISTORY

CHAPTER 1 – LEADERSHIP
1-1. PRINCIPLES
1-2. DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND ACTIONS
1-3. ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND

CHAPTER 2 – OPERATIONS
2-1. TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES
2-2. COMBAT INTELLIGENCE
2-3. WARNING ORDER
2-4. OPERATIONS ORDER
2-5. FRAGMENTARY ORDER
2-6. ANNEXES
2-7. COORDINATION CHECKLISTS
2-8. DOCTRINAL TERMS
2-9. TERRAIN MODEL

CHAPTER 3 – FIRE SUPPORT
3-1. PLANNING
3-2. TASKS
3-3. CAPABILITIES
3-4. RISK ESTIMATE DISTANCES
3-5. TARGET OVERLAYS
3-6. CLOSE AIR SUPPORT
3-7. CALL FOR FIRE

CHAPTER 4 – MOVEMENT
4-1. TECHNIQUES
4-2. TACTICAL MARCHES
4-3. MOVEMENT IN LIMITED VISIBILITY CONDITIONS
4-4. DANGER AREAS

CHAPTER 5 – PATROLS
5-1. PRINCIPLES
5-2. PLANNING
5-3. RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS
5-4. COMBAT PATROLS
5-5. SUPPORTING TASKS
5-6. MOVEMENT TO CONTACT

CHAPTER 6 – BATTLE DRILLS
SECTION I. INTRODUCTION
6-1. DEFINITION
6-2. FORMAT
SECTION II. DRILLS
1. REACT TO CONTACT
2. BREAK CONTACT
3. REACT TO AMBUSH
4. KNOCK OUT BUNKERS
5. ENTER BUILDING/CLEAR ROOM
6. ENTER/CLEAR A TRENCH
7. CONDUCT INITIAL BREACH OF A MINED WIRE OBSTACLE (PLATOON)
8. REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE

CHAPTER 7 – COMMUNICATIONS
SECTION I. INTRODUCTION
7-1. MILITARY FREQUENCY MODULATED RADIOS
7-2. AUTOMATED NET CONTROL DEVICE
SECTION II. ANTENNAS
7-3. REPAIR
7-4. CONSTRUCTION AND ADJUSTMENT
7-5. FIELD-EXPEDIENT OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS
7-6. FIELD-EXPEDIENT DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS
7-7. ANTENNA LENGTH
7-8. ANTENNA ORIENTATION
7-9. IMPROVEMENT OF MARGINAL COMMUNICATIONS

CHAPTER 8 – ARMY AVIATION
8-1. REVERSE PLANNING SEQUENCE
8-2. SELECTION AND MARKING OF PICKUP AND LANDING ZONES
8-3. AIR ASSAULT FORMATIONS
8-4. PICKUP ZONE OPERATIONS
8-5. SAFETY
8-6. CLOSE COMBAT ATTACK AVIATION

CHAPTER 9 – WATERBORNE OPERATIONS
9-1. ROPE BRIDGE TEAM
9-2. PONCHO RAFT
9-3. WATERCRAFT

CHAPTER 10 – MILITARY MOUNTAINEERING
10-1. TRAINING
10-2. DISMOUNTED MOBILITY
10-3. MOUNTAINEERING EQUIPMENT
10-4. ANCHORS
10-5. KNOTS
10-6. BELAYS
10-7. CLIMBING COMMANDS
10-8. ROPE INSTALLATIONS
10-9. RAPPELING

CHAPTER 11 – EVASION/SURVIVAL
11-1. EVASION
11-2. SURVIVAL
11-3. WATER
11-4. PLANT FOOD
11-5. ANIMAL FOOD
11-6. TRAPS AND SNARES
11-7. SHELTERS
11-8. FIRES

CHAPTER 12 – FIRST AID
12-1. LIFESAVING STEPS
12-2. CARE UNDER FIRE
12-3. PRIMARY SURVEY
12-4. AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
12-5. BREATHING
12-6. BLEEDING
12-7. SHOCK
12-8. EXTREMITY INJURIES
12-9. ABDOMINAL INJURIES
12-10. BURNS
12-11. WEATHER (HEAT AND COLD) INJURIES
12-12. POISONOUS PLANT IDENTIFICATION
12-13. FOOT CARE
12-14. CASUALTY RESCUE AND TRANSPORT SYSTEM LITTER
12-15. HYDRATION AND ACCLIMATIZATION
12-16. WORK, REST, AND WATER CONSUMPTION

CHAPTER 13 – DEMOLITIONS
13-1. INITIATING (PRIMING) SYSTEMS
13-2. DETONATION (FIRING) SYSTEMS
13-3. SAFETY
13-5. EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–PLATTER CHARGE
13-6. EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–GRAPESHOT CHARGE
13-7. DEMOLITION KNOTS
13-8. MINIMUM SAFE DISTANCES
13-9. BREACHING CHARGES
13-10. TIMBER CUTTING CHARGES

CHAPTER 14 – RANGER URBAN OPERATIONS
14-1. TYPES
14-2. PRINCIPLES
14-3. METT-TC
14-4. CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT
14-5. REHEARSALS
14-6. TTPS FOR MARKING BUILDINGS AND ROOMS
14-7. URBAN ASSAULT BREACHES

CHAPTER 15 – VEHICLE CONVOY OPERATIONS
15-1. PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
15-2. FIVE PHASES OF TRUCK MOVEMENT
15-3. CONVOY TECHNIQUES
CONVOY WARNING ORDER
CONVOY BRIEF
REACT TO AMBUSH (NEAR)
REACT TO AMBUSH (FAR)
CONVOY FORCED TO STOP (METHOD 1)
CONVOY FORCED TO STOP (METHOD 2)
BREAK CONTACT
RECOVERY AND CASEVAC OPERATIONS

APPENDIX A – RESOURCES
REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE
REACT TO CONTACT
REACT TO NEAR AMBUSH
REACT TO FAR AMBUSH
BREAK CONTACT
FORMATIONS AND ORDER OF MOVEMENT
LINKUP
LINEAR DANGER AREA
LARGE OPEN DANGER AREA
CROSSING A SMALL OPEN AREA
SQUAD ATTACK
RAID BOARDSTABLE OF CONTENTS

RANGER CREED
STANDING ORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS
RANGER HISTORY

CHAPTER 1 – LEADERSHIP
1-1. PRINCIPLES
1-2. DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND ACTIONS
1-3. ASSUMPTION OF COMMAND

CHAPTER 2 – OPERATIONS
2-1. TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES
2-2. COMBAT INTELLIGENCE
2-3. WARNING ORDER
2-4. OPERATIONS ORDER
2-5. FRAGMENTARY ORDER
2-6. ANNEXES
2-7. COORDINATION CHECKLISTS
2-8. DOCTRINAL TERMS
2-9. TERRAIN MODEL

CHAPTER 3 – FIRE SUPPORT
3-1. PLANNING
3-2. TASKS
3-3. CAPABILITIES
3-4. RISK ESTIMATE DISTANCES
3-5. TARGET OVERLAYS
3-6. CLOSE AIR SUPPORT
3-7. CALL FOR FIRE

CHAPTER 4 – MOVEMENT
4-1. TECHNIQUES
4-2. TACTICAL MARCHES
4-3. MOVEMENT IN LIMITED VISIBILITY CONDITIONS
4-4. DANGER AREAS

CHAPTER 5 – PATROLS
5-1. PRINCIPLES
5-2. PLANNING
5-3. RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS
5-4. COMBAT PATROLS
5-5. SUPPORTING TASKS
5-6. MOVEMENT TO CONTACT

CHAPTER 6 – BATTLE DRILLS
SECTION I. INTRODUCTION
6-1. DEFINITION
6-2. FORMAT
SECTION II. DRILLS
1. REACT TO CONTACT
2. BREAK CONTACT
3. REACT TO AMBUSH
4. KNOCK OUT BUNKERS
5. ENTER BUILDING/CLEAR ROOM
6. ENTER/CLEAR A TRENCH
7. CONDUCT INITIAL BREACH OF A MINED WIRE OBSTACLE (PLATOON)
8. REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE

CHAPTER 7 – COMMUNICATIONS
SECTION I. INTRODUCTION
7-1. MILITARY FREQUENCY MODULATED RADIOS
7-2. AUTOMATED NET CONTROL DEVICE
SECTION II. ANTENNAS
7-3. REPAIR
7-4. CONSTRUCTION AND ADJUSTMENT
7-5. FIELD-EXPEDIENT OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS
7-6. FIELD-EXPEDIENT DIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS
7-7. ANTENNA LENGTH
7-8. ANTENNA ORIENTATION
7-9. IMPROVEMENT OF MARGINAL COMMUNICATIONS

CHAPTER 8 – ARMY AVIATION
8-1. REVERSE PLANNING SEQUENCE
8-2. SELECTION AND MARKING OF PICKUP AND LANDING ZONES
8-3. AIR ASSAULT FORMATIONS
8-4. PICKUP ZONE OPERATIONS
8-5. SAFETY
8-6. CLOSE COMBAT ATTACK AVIATION

CHAPTER 9 – WATERBORNE OPERATIONS
9-1. ROPE BRIDGE TEAM
9-2. PONCHO RAFT
9-3. WATERCRAFT

CHAPTER 10 – MILITARY MOUNTAINEERING
10-1. TRAINING
10-2. DISMOUNTED MOBILITY
10-3. MOUNTAINEERING EQUIPMENT
10-4. ANCHORS
10-5. KNOTS
10-6. BELAYS
10-7. CLIMBING COMMANDS
10-8. ROPE INSTALLATIONS
10-9. RAPPELING

CHAPTER 11 – EVASION/SURVIVAL
11-1. EVASION
11-2. SURVIVAL
11-3. WATER
11-4. PLANT FOOD
11-5. ANIMAL FOOD
11-6. TRAPS AND SNARES
11-7. SHELTERS
11-8. FIRES

CHAPTER 12 – FIRST AID
12-1. LIFESAVING STEPS
12-2. CARE UNDER FIRE
12-3. PRIMARY SURVEY
12-4. AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
12-5. BREATHING
12-6. BLEEDING
12-7. SHOCK
12-8. EXTREMITY INJURIES
12-9. ABDOMINAL INJURIES
12-10. BURNS
12-11. WEATHER (HEAT AND COLD) INJURIES
12-12. POISONOUS PLANT IDENTIFICATION
12-13. FOOT CARE
12-14. CASUALTY RESCUE AND TRANSPORT SYSTEM LITTER
12-15. HYDRATION AND ACCLIMATIZATION
12-16. WORK, REST, AND WATER CONSUMPTION

CHAPTER 13 – DEMOLITIONS
13-1. INITIATING (PRIMING) SYSTEMS
13-2. DETONATION (FIRING) SYSTEMS
13-3. SAFETY
13-5. EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–PLATTER CHARGE
13-6. EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES–GRAPESHOT CHARGE
13-7. DEMOLITION KNOTS
13-8. MINIMUM SAFE DISTANCES
13-9. BREACHING CHARGES
13-10. TIMBER CUTTING CHARGES

CHAPTER 14 – RANGER URBAN OPERATIONS
14-1. TYPES
14-2. PRINCIPLES
14-3. METT-TC
14-4. CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT
14-5. REHEARSALS
14-6. TTPS FOR MARKING BUILDINGS AND ROOMS
14-7. URBAN ASSAULT BREACHES

CHAPTER 15 – VEHICLE CONVOY OPERATIONS
15-1. PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
15-2. FIVE PHASES OF TRUCK MOVEMENT
15-3. CONVOY TECHNIQUES
CONVOY WARNING ORDER
CONVOY BRIEF
REACT TO AMBUSH (NEAR)
REACT TO AMBUSH (FAR)
CONVOY FORCED TO STOP (METHOD 1)
CONVOY FORCED TO STOP (METHOD 2)
BREAK CONTACT
RECOVERY AND CASEVAC OPERATIONS

APPENDIX A – RESOURCES
REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE
REACT TO CONTACT
REACT TO NEAR AMBUSH
REACT TO FAR AMBUSH
BREAK CONTACT
FORMATIONS AND ORDER OF MOVEMENT
LINKUP
LINEAR DANGER AREA
LARGE OPEN DANGER AREA
CROSSING A SMALL OPEN AREA
SQUAD ATTACK
RAID BOARDS

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