8 Combined Arms Mar This will be a (FM 3-90) Countermobility 85 full revision that (FM 5-102) Operations includes the (FM 90-7) consolidation of FM 3-90, Tactics; FM 5-102, Countermobility; and FM 90-7, Combined Arms Obstacle Integration.
What does CM stand for?
CM stands for Countermobility
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We have 178 other meanings of CM in our Acronym Attic
- Correspondence Master (United States Chess Federation)
- Corrugated Metal
- Cortical Malformation
- Cost Model
- Cost of the Mission
- Cough Medicine
- Council Member
- Counseling Ministries
Samples in periodicals archive:
170, Engineer Reconnaissance, reinforces the fact that geospatial engineering is an engineer capability in addition to combat (mobility, countermobility, and survivability) and general engineering skills.
The heavy BCT's combat organization normally includes two engineer companies to perform mobility (route clearance), countermobility (obstacle plan development), and survivability (fighting positions and protective emplacements) missions.
By generating NL protective and suppressive fires as well as special-purpose fires (incapacitants, countermobility and thermobaric effects), the FA will be poised to participate in all aspects of the future spectrum of conflict.
JP 3-15 added numerous appendices pertaining to mobility and countermobility capabilities, mining capabilities and countermeasures (it removes the term countermining), and improvised explosive device defeat.
Countermobility Countermobility, traditionally an engineering task, was another nonstandard mission for the BSB.