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Field Manual Interim 3-35, Army Deployment and Redeployment, defines deployment as "the movement of forces to an operational area in response to an order.
Army Training and Doctrine Command published Field Manual Interim (FMI) 3-24.
In addition to FM 3-34, the following key joint and Army manuals have been recently revised or are under revision: * JP 3-0, Joint Operations, dated 17 September 2006 * JP 3-15, Barriers, Obstacles, and Mine Warfare for Joint Operations, dated 27 April 2007 * JP 3-34, Joint Engineer Operations, dated 12 February 2007 * JP 5-0, Joint Operation Planning, dated 26 December 2006 * FM 3-0, Operations, dated 28 February 2008 * FM 3-90, Tactics, dated 4 July 2001 * FM 5-0, Army Planning and Orders Production, dated 20 January 2005 * FM 6-0, Mission Command: Command and Control of Army Forces, dated 11 August 2003 * FM 7-15, The Army Universal Task List, dated 31 August 2003 * Field Manual Interim (FMI) 5-0.
Training The United States Army Field Artillery School has focused resources on the new Field Manual Interim (FMI) 3-34.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] When the doctrine process is initiated, a field manual is updated or a field manual interim is written to meet the organizational changes that have been developed due to new threats.
The CEHC was instrumental in developing Field Manual Interim (FMI) 3-34.
43, Signal Leaders Guide, which is now under development as a field manual interim reflecting the modular requirements and capabilities and specifically targeted for signal leaders e.
1, 2004, has introduced the means to provide required doctrine to our forces in an expedited format by developing a Field Manual Interim.