MCDP 1 3 Tactics 30 July 1997

MCDP 1 3 Tactics 30 July 1997

Notice: This is a kindle book version of the "Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication MCDP 1-3 Tactics 30 July 1997". Full version, All Chapters included.

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Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication MCDP 1-3 Tactics 30 July 1997 This publication is about winning in combat. Winning requires many things: excellence in techniques, an appreciation of the enemy, exemplary leadership, battlefield judgment, and focused combat power. Yet these factors by themselves do not ensure success in battle. Many armies, both winners and losers, have possessed many or all of these attributes. When we examine closely the differences between victor and vanquished, we draw one conclusion. Success went to the armies whose leaders, senior and junior, could best focus their efforts--their skills and their resources--toward a decisive end. Their success arose not merely from excellence in techniques, procedures, and material but from their leaders' abilities to uniquely and effectively combine them. Winning in combat depends upon tactical leaders who can think creatively and act decisively. This book pertains equally to all Marine leaders, whether their duties entail combat service support, combat support, or combat arms. It applies to the Marine air-ground task force commander as well as the squadron commander and the fire team leader. All Marines face tactical decisions in battle regardless of their roles. Tactical leaders must develop and hone their warfighting skills through study and practice. This publication serves as a guide for that professional development. It addresses the theory of tactics and its application in a chaotic and uncertain environment. The concepts and ideas within this publication are battletested. Throughout our history, one of the most important reaSons for the success of the United States Marine Corps has been the military skill of our leaders at every level of command. Through their tactical skill and battlefield judgment, our commanders achieved tactical and operational advantage at the decisive time and place. This publication is a revision of Fleet Marine Force Manual 1-3, Tactics, of 1991 and supersedes it. Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication (MCDP) 1-3 fully retains the spirit, scope, and basic concepts of its predecessor. MCDP 1-3 further develops and refines some of those concepts; in particular, a new chapter has been added on exploiting success and finishing, and some of the original material has been reorganized and expanded. Notice: This is a kindle book version of the "Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication MCDP 1-3 Tactics 30 July 1997". Full version, All Chapters included. This publication (current update) is available (Electronic version) in the official website of the United States Marines Corps. This book is properly formatted. * The version of this publication is as described above. disclaimer:"The use or appearance of United States Marine Corps publications on a non-Federal Government website does not imply or constitute Marine Corps endorsement of the distribution service."
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Mcdp 1 3 Tactics

Mcdp 1 3 Tactics

This publication is about winning in combat. Winning requires many things: excellence in techniques, an appreciation of the enemy, exemplary leadership, battlefield judgment, and focused combat power.

Author: Department of Defense

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ISBN: 1546814175

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This publication is about winning in combat. Winning requires many things: excellence in techniques, an appreciation of the enemy, exemplary leadership, battlefield judgment, and focused combat power. Yet these factors by themselves do not ensure success in battle. Many armies, both winners and losers, have possessed many or all of these attributes. When we examine closely the differences between victor and vanquished, we draw one conclusion. Success went to the armies whose leaders, senior and junior, could best focus their efforts-their skills and their resources-toward a decisive end. Their success arose not merely from excellence in techniques, procedures, and material but from their leaders' abilities to uniquely and effectively combine them. Winning in combat depends upon tactical leaders who can think creatively and act decisively.
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Publications Stocked by the Marine Corps indexed by Distribution

Publications Stocked by the Marine Corps  indexed by Distribution

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2OCT 90 C 42 A 14012991200 FMFRP ... 1 NAVAL WARFARE 28MAR 94 C429
A 14200000200 MCDP 1-3 TACTICS 30 JUL 97 C 42 A 14200000500 MCDP 2 ...

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Catalog of Publications

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12OC T90 C 42 A 1401 2991200 FMFRP ... A 14200000600 MCDP 1
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OPERATIONS ...

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Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain

Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain

It can be achieved through deception , stealth , and ambiguity ( MCDP 1-3 ,
Tactics ) . Surprise was achieved by ... Surprise can be an important asset to
increase leverage , but , as the failure at Arnhem shows , not necessarily a
decisive one .

Author: United States. Marine Corps

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ISBN: UIUC:30112040271733

Category: Street fighting (Military science)

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21st Century U S Military Manuals

21st Century U S  Military Manuals

Winning in combat depends upon tactical leaders who can think creatively and act decisively.This book pertains equally to all Marine leaders, whether their duties entail combat service support, combat support, or combat arms.

Author: Department of Defense

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ISBN: 1549839101

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Page: 61

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This publication is about winning in combat. Winning requires many things: excellence in techniques, an appreciation of the enemy, exemplary leadership, battlefield judgment, and focused combat power. Yet these factors by themselves do not ensure success in battle. Many armies, both winners and losers, have possessed many or all of these attributes. When we examine closely the differences between victor and vanquished, we draw one conclusion. Success went to the armies whose leaders, senior and junior, could best focus their efforts--their skills and their resources--toward a decisive end. Their success arose not merely from excellence in techniques, procedures, and material but from their leaders' abilities to uniquely and effectively combine them. Winning in combat depends upon tactical leaders who can think creatively and act decisively.This book pertains equally to all Marine leaders, whether their duties entail combat service support, combat support, or combat arms. It applies to the Marine air-ground task force commander as well as the squadron commander and the fire team leader. All Marines face tactical decisions in battle regardless of their roles. Tactical leaders must develop and hone their warfighting skills through study and practice. This publication serves as a guide for that professional development. It addresses the theory of tactics and its application in a chaotic and uncertain environment.The concepts and ideas within this publication are battle-tested. Throughout our history, one of the most important reasons for the success of the United States Marine Corps has been the military skill of our leaders at every level of command. Through their tactical skill and battlefield judgment, our commanders achieved tactical and operational advantage at the decisive time and place.
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Business Horizons

Business Horizons

Business Horizons 39/3 (May-June): 37-46. Clausewitz, Carl von. 1976. On war.
Trans. Michael Power and Peter Paret. ... www.creativepro.com/story/news/15257
.html (3 January). Krulak, Charles C. 1997. A synopsis of MCDP 1-3: Tactics.

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Category: Business

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Tactics

Tactics

This publication is a revision of Fleet Marine Force Manual 1-3 , Tactics , of 1991
and supersedes it . Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication ( MCDP ) 1-3 fully retains
the spirit , scope , and basic concepts of its predecessor . MCDP 1-3 further ...

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Category: Military art and science

Page: 138

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"This publication is a revision of Fleet Marine Force Manual 1-3, Tactics, of 1991 and supersedes it. Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication (MCDP) 1-3 fully retains the spirit, scope, and basic concepts of its predecessor. MCDP 1-3 further develops and refines some of those concepts; in particular, a new chapter has been added on exploiting success and finishing, and some of the original material has been reorganized and expanded ... Presuming an understanding of maneuver warfare, MCDP 1-3 applies it specifically to the tactical level of war ... This publication establishes the Marine Corps' philosophy for waging and winning battles."--Pages [ii-ii].
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For God and Glory

For God and Glory

MCDP 1 : Warfighting , 73 . 49 . PCALC , 92 . 50 . Ibid . , 130 . 51 . To Fanny , 1
April 1795 , NLW , 204 . 52 . MCDP 1 - 3 : Tactics , 57 – 78 . 53 . Van Creveld , Air
Power , 3 ; Leonhard , Art of Maneuver , 51 , 87 – 88 . 54 . Berry , “ An Authentic ...

Author: Joel S. A. Hayward

Publisher: Naval Inst Press

ISBN: UOM:39015056682993

Category: History

Page: 250

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He shows that Nelson's creative genius, excitable and intense personality, dramatic visage, and fervor for all things martial not only inspired courage and loyalty but so dazzled and enflamed the hearts and minds of his men that he reached near cult status in his lifetime.".
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Journal of Information Warfare

Journal of Information Warfare

Joint Doctrine Division ( 1996 ) Joint Pub 3 - 58 , Joint Doctrine for Military
Deception , Joint Education and Doctrine Division . Julian , D . ( 2002 ) Delaying
... USMC ( 1997 ) MCDP 1 - 3 Tactics , U . S . Marine Corps , Washington .
Processes ...

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Somalia from the Sea

Somalia     from the Sea

Gary J. Ohls. 62. MCDP 1-0 , p . 2-16 . 63. Charles C. Krulak , " A Force - in -
Readiness , " Marine Corps Gazette ( September 1995 ) , pp . 20-21 . 58. ... See
U.S. Navy Dept. , Tactics , Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 1-3 ( Washington ,
D.C .

Author: Gary J. Ohls

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ISBN: UOM:39015084360752

Category: Civil war

Page: 249

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"From January 1991 through March 1995, the United States conducted numerous incursions into Somalia, undertaking a variety of missions and objectives. All of the actions had humanitarian elements, yet the operations that made up this mosaic of American involvement ranged from benign to aggressive, from purely humanitarian to clearly combative. Somalia . . . From the Sea is an account that attempts to explain and analyze these actions and place them within the overarching strategic and operational concepts developing in the first years following the end of the Cold War."--Introduction
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MCDP 1 2 Campaigning 1 August 1997

MCDP 1 2 Campaigning 1 August 1997

Central to this publication is the idea that military action at any level must ultimately serve the demands of policy. Notice: This is a Paperback book version of the "Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication MCDP 1-2 Campaigning 1 August 1997".

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Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication MCDP 1-2 Campaigning 1 August 1997 Introduction Tactical success in combat does not of itself guarantee victory in war. What matters ultimately in war is strategic success: attainment of our political aims and the protection of our national interests. The operational level of war provides the linkage between tactics and strategy. It is the discipline of conceiving, focusing, and exploiting a variety of tactical actions to realize a strategic aim. With that thought as our point of departure, this publication discusses the intermediate, operational level of war and the military campaign which is the vehicle for organizing tactical actions to achieve strategic objectives. The Marine air-ground task force (MAGTF) clearly has operational as well as tactical capabilities. Thus it is essential that Marine leaders learn to think operationally. Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication (MCDP) 1-2, Campaigning, provides the doctrinal basis for military campaigning in the Marine Corps, particularly as it pertains to a Marine commander or a MAGTF participating in the campaign. Campaigning applies the warfighting philosophies in MCDP 1, Warfighting, specifically to the operational level of war. It is linked to the other publications of the MCDP series and is fully compatible with joint doctrine. MCDP 1-2 supersedes Fleet Marine Force Manual (FMFM) 1-1, Campaigning, of 1990. MCDP 1-2 retains the spirit, scope, and basic concepts of its predecessor. MCDP 1-2 further develops and refines some of those concepts based on recent experiences, continued thinking about war, and the evolving nature of campaigning in the post-Cold War world. The new version of Campaigning has three significant additions: an expanded discussion of the linkage between strategic objectives and the campaign, a section on conflict termination, and a section titled "Synergy" that describes how key capabilities are harmonized in the conduct of a campaign to achieve the strategic objective. These additions have been derived from the development of the other doctrinal publications in the MCDP series and joint doctrine. Chapter 1 discusses the campaign and the operational level of war, their relationship to strategy and tactics, and their relevance to the Marine Corps. Chapter 2 describes the process of campaign design: deriving a military strategic aim from political objectives and constraints, developing a campaign concept that supports our strategic objectives, and making a campaign plan that translates the concept into a structured configuration of actions required to carry out that concept. Chapter 3 discusses the actual conduct of a campaign and the problem of adapting our plans to events as they unfold. Central to this publication is the idea that military action at any level must ultimately serve the demands of policy. Notice: This is a Paperback book version of the "Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication MCDP 1-2 Campaigning 1 August 1997". Full version, All Chapters included. This publication is available (Electronic version) in the official website of the United states DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY. This document is properly formatted. * The version of this publication is as described above (this article is updated after each new edition). Disclaimer: "The use or appearance of United States Department of Army publications, text, images or logos, Seals on a non-DoD website does not imply or constitute endorsement of the distribution service."
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OR MS Today

OR MS Today

MCDP - 1 : Warfighting , " USMC Doctrine ( June 20 , 1997 ) . amongst adjacent
and higher echelon units in order to 14 . “ MCDP - 3 : Tactics , " USMC Doctrine (
July 30 , 1997 ) . achieve a “ common operating picture ” that empowers sepa 15
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Warfighting

Warfighting

This guide provides authoritative guidance for the completion of this war task as a key method to instill successful outcomes and strategic battlefield dynamic development within the nature of the war environment.

Author: United States. Marine Corps

Publisher: Marine Corps Association

ISBN: 0160946298

Category: History

Page: 114

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Warfighting should help the Marine Commander and troop prepare mentally, physically, both externally, and internally for combat action. It covers the distinct levels of war -- strategic, operational, and tactical, conduct of war, and types of warfare. Every Marine Corps officer should understand and apply the principles to understand the demands of war, theory of war, including the foundations, preparation and actively engagin within war. This guide provides authoritative guidance for the completion of this war task as a key method to instill successful outcomes and strategic battlefield dynamic development within the nature of the war environment. Related products: Legacy of Belleau Wood: 100 Years of Making Marines and Winning Battles, An Anthology can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/legacy-belleau-wood-100-years-making-marines-and-winning-battles-anthology How we Fight: Handbook for the Naval Warfighter is available here: http://Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 1, MCDP-1, Warfighting, foundational document, keystone philosophy for the Marine Corps, Department of the Navy, Headquarters United States Marine Corps Marine Corps History print subscription can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/marine-corps-history
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United States Naval Institute Proceedings

United States Naval Institute Proceedings

The North Vietnamese had orchestrated a sound plan 3 of attack to enter the city
— but once inside , they failed to secure the city's centers of gravity . Specifically ,
they ... Another concept from MCDP - 1 that can be readily observed in the battle
for Hué is combat power . Though the ... The Marines developed new tactics
during the battle as well , such as pairing an M48 tank with an antitank M50
Ontos .

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ISBN: OSU:32435079299954

Category: Naval art and science

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The Postwar Naval Revolution

The Postwar Naval Revolution

The requirement for five to six bursts in rapid succession was based on a forecast
of future Soviet tactics . ... SENSORS 1 RADAR TYPE 992 2 RADAR TYPE 277Q
3 ALO ( AIR LOOKOUT ) SIGHTS 4 HDWS ( RADAR 974 ) 5 MRS 3 DIRECTOR 6
... 3in / 50 SINGLE GUNS ( PORT AND STARBOARD ) 19 Sin GUN ( MCDP MK 1
) 20 ROCKET FLARE LAUNCHER 21 LIMBO 22 RULER ( ANTI - TORPEDO ...

Author: Norman Friedman

Publisher: US Naval Institute Press

ISBN: UCSC:32106007696757

Category: Navies

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Controversies in Criminal Justice

Controversies in Criminal Justice

The unbridled use of total war tactics and highly destructive weaponry must be
avoided within our borders , against our citizens . ... 3. Marine Corps ' Doctrinal
Publication ( MCDP ) -I Warfighting ( 1997 ) is the Marine Corps ' foundational
document concerning fundamental doctrine , that is , the ... Every mission Notes 1
.

Author: Scott H. Decker

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ISBN: PSU:000066837244

Category: Social Science

Page: 362

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This text provides two opposing viewpoints for each of sixteen criminal justice and criminology issues. Each issue contains one article favoring and one article against each issue, plus: An introduction of key concepts; Critical thinking questions; Internet websites for further research.
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Mcwp 2 6 Counterintelligence

Mcwp 2 6 Counterintelligence

MCWP 2-6, Counterintelligence, complements and expands on this information by detailing doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures for the conduct of counterintelligence (CI) operations in support of the Marine airground task force ...

Author: Department of Department of Defense

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ISBN: 1548350176

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Page: 288

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Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication (MCDP) 2, Intelligence, and Marine Corps Warfighting Publication (MCWP) 2-1, Intelligence Operations, provide the doctrine and higher order tactics, techniques, and procedures for intelligence operations. MCWP 2-6, Counterintelligence, complements and expands on this information by detailing doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures for the conduct of counterintelligence (CI) operations in support of the Marine airground task force (MAGTF). The primary target audience of this publication is intelligence personnel responsible for the planning and execution of CI operations. Commanders, planners, and other personnel who use the results from CI operations or provide support to them should also read this publication. MCWP 2-6 describes aspects of CI operations across the spectrum of MAGTF, naval, joint and multinational operations, including doctrinal fundamentals, equipment, command and control, communications and information systems support, planning, execution, security, and training. MCWP 2-6 provides the information needed by Marines to understand, plan, and execute CI operations in support of the MAGTF across the spectrum of conflict. MCWP 2-6 supersedes FMFM 3-25, Counterintelligence, dated 22 September 1992.
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Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute

Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute

It is the application of mission tactics . ... M. F. McNamara , USMC , " Essential
Elements of Information for Operational Leaders " ( unpublished ms . , 1993 ) , p.1
. ... MCDP 6 : Command and Control ( Washington : Headquarters Marine Corps ,
1996 ) . p . ... 2-3 . " McNamara , " Essential Elements of Information for
Operational Leaders , " pp . 6-13 . " M. Bazerman , Judgment in Managerial
Decision Making ...

Author: United States Naval Institute

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ISBN: OSU:32435069100311

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