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FM 6-20-2 Field Artillery Techniques

Department of The Army, U.S. Artillery and Missile School, Ft. Sill, OK

Published by Government Printing Office, 1962
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Department of The Army Field Manual dated 8 January 1962. 1961 dated on printing history on last page of Index. This manual together with FM 6-20-1, 27 October 1961, supersedes FM 6-20, 10 December 1958 and FM 6-21, 24 February 1960. From Introduction: "This manual is a guide for artillery officers and commanders and staff of all arms. It is concerned with the techniques of field artillery units. It is further concerned with the operations of field artillery battalions. It covers command, liaison, artillery staffs, conduct of battalion operations, fire planning, and fire support." Contents: Introduction, Command Control and Coordination, Artillery Organizations, Conduct of Operations, Fire Support, Coordination of Fire Support, Artillery In Operations Under Special Conditions [General, Amphibious Operations, Night Attacks and Raids, Mountain Operations, Jungle Operations, Desert Operations, Combat in Towns, River Crossings, Supporting Friendly Guerrillas, Supporting Antiguerrilla operations, Airborne Artillery Movements, Airborne Operations], Appendices: References, The fire support plan, Fire Support Plan Appendices, Target Analysis, Fire Capabilities Checklist method of preparing schedules of artillery fires, Fire Support Coordination charts and forms, A guide and checklist for the preparation of standing operating procedures. Stapled (1) binding. Front paper cover very age toned. Internal pages toned on edges. Multiple page fold-out 'Fire Support Plan' attached as last text pages. Attachment of this fold-out is worn since the binding is only 'bound' by one staple. Pre-Vietnam War era manual. Steve's Bookshelves LLC Inventory #CGbx3-002597-4325. Bookseller Inventory # 002597

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Title: FM 6-20-2 Field Artillery Techniques

Publisher: Government Printing Office

Publication Date: 1962

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: None

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