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1 FM FEBRUARY 2003 HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

2 FIELD MANUAL NO HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON, DC, THE STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM CONTENTS Page PREFACE... xi CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW OF THE STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM Section I. Capabilities Combined Arms Assault in the Close Fight Mobility Reach Enhanced Situational Understanding Lethality Force Protection Force Effectiveness Joint/Multinational/Interagency Interoperability Full-Spectrum Flexibility Simultaneous Operations Section II. How the SBCT Fights Major Theater War Smaller-scale Contingency Peacetime Military Engagement Battlefield Organization Deep, Close, and Rear Areas Rules of Engagement and Rules of Interaction Section III SBCT Organization The Stryker Brigade Combat Team Infantry Battalions Cavalry Squadron (Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition [RSTA]) Field Artillery Battalion Antitank Company Engineer Company Signal Company Military Intelligence Company Brigade Support Battalion Brigade Headquarters and Headquarters Company SBCT Command Structure SBCT Staff Structure DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. i

3 CHAPTER 2. BATTLE COMMAND Section I. The Art of Command Role of the Commander Mission Command Location of the Commander Combining the Art of Command and the Science of Control Section II. Command and Control The Command and Control System Command and Control System Infrastructure Exercising Command and Control Distribution of SBCT Command and Control Section III. Planning for Operations Information Systems Enhancement to Decision-Making The Military Decision-Making Process Roles of the Commander and Executive Officer The Role of Intelligence, Reconnaissance, and Surveillance Section IV. The Military Decision-Making Process Receipt of Mission Mission Analysis Course of Action Development Course of Action Analysis (War Game) Course of Action Comparison Course of Action Approval Orders Production Decision-Making in a Time-Constrained Environment Section V. Preparing for Operations Intelligence, Reconnaissance, and Surveillance Security Force Protection Revise and Refine the Plan Coordination and Liaison Rehearsals Section VI. Execution The Command and Control System during Execution Adapting to Changes Assessment Decisions Directing Action CHAPTER 3. INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE, AND RECONNAISSANCE PLANNING Section I. The MDMP and the ISR Operation Overview Responsibilities ISR Planning ii

4 3-4. Issue the WARNO Develop and Issue ISR Order The ISR Overlay Section II. Collection Management Process Intelligence Requirements The Reconnaissance and Surveillance Tasking Matrix Section III. Battletracking ISR Process the Information Receive and Record the Message Filter the Information Post the Information Disseminate the Information Modify the ISR Plan Section IV. Reconnaissance Operations Reconnaissance in Force Zone Reconnaissance Integration of the Cavalry Squadron (RSTA) and the Infantry Battalions CHAPTER 4. OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS Section I Characteristics of the Offense Surprise Concentration Tempo Audacity Section II. Forms of Maneuver Envelopment Turning Movement Infiltration Penetration Frontal Attack Section III. Forms of Tactical Offense Movement to Contact Attack Exploitation Pursuit Section IV. Offensive Planning Considerations Force Organization Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Fundamentals Scheme of Maneuver Fires and Effects Section V. SBCT Supporting a Higher Headquarters BOS Planning Considerations Flank Guard Secure Key Terrain iii

5 4-22. Conduct Follow-and-Support Main Effort in the Attack Counterattack in the Defense Conduct Follow-and-Assume as an Exploitation Pursuit Force CHAPTER 5. DEFENSIVE OPERATIONS Section I.. Fundamentals of the Defense Purpose of the Defense Organization of Defensive Actions Characteristics of the Defense Section II. Types of Defensive Operations Area Defense Mobile Defense Perimeter Defense Section III. Retrograde Operations Forms of Retrograde Operations Delay Delay Scheme of Maneuver Maximizing the Use of Terrain in a Delay Forcing the Enemy to Deploy and Maneuver in a Delay Avoiding Decisive Engagement in a Delay Parameters of the Delay Order Alternate and Subsequent Positions in a Delay Support Considerations in a Delay Delay Preparations Execution of a Delay Withdrawal Withdrawal Organization Withdrawal Planning Considerations Withdrawal Scheme of Maneuver Withdrawal Preparation Withdrawal Execution Concealing the Withdrawal Disengagement in a Withdrawal Actions on Contact in a Withdrawal Terminating the Withdrawal Retirement Section IV. Defensive Planning Considerations Defensive Planning Steps Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield Course of Action Development Section V. Sequence of the Defense Occupation and Establishment of Security Preparation and Continued Security Operations Security Area Engagement iv

6 5-35. Main Battle Area Engagement Follow-On Missions Section VI. Countermobility, Mobility, and Survivability Integration Countermobility Survivability Section VII. Transition Operations Reorganization Exploit Defend CHAPTER 6. URBAN OPERATIONS Section I. The SBCT s Role in Urban Operations Isolation Close Combat Section II. Fundamentals of Urban Operations Perform Focused Information Operations and Aggressive ISR Operations Understand the Human Dimension Separate Noncombatants from Combatants Avoid the Attrition Approach Control the Essential Minimize Collateral Damage Conduct Close Combat Transition Control Restore Essential Services Preserve Critical Infrastructure Section III. Tactical Challenges Contiguous and Noncontiguous Areas of Operation Asymmetrical Threats Collateral Damage and Noncombatant Casualties Transition from Stability Operations to Combat Operations Enemy Threat Enemy Tactics Potential Enemy Threats Urban Mapping Fires and Effects Support Communications Offensive Operations Defensive Operations Aviation Operations CHAPTER 7. TACTICAL ENABLING OPERATIONS Section I. Security Operations Security Missions during SBCT Operations SBCT-Level Security Missions Offensive Cover v

7 7-4. Defensive Cover Section II. Relief Operations Planning Considerations Conducting the Relief Command and Control Section III. Battle Handover and Passage of Lines Battle Handover Passage of Lines Forward Passage of Lines Rearward Passage of Lines Rehearsal Section IV. Linkup Operations Command and Control Forms of Linkup Section V. River Crossing Operations Types of Crossings Phases of a River Crossing Command and Control Section VI. Troop Movement Administrative Movement Tactical Road March Tactical Road March Techniques Approach March Assembly Areas Combat Formations Control of Movement CHAPTER 8. STABILITY OPERATIONS Section I. Stability Operations Purpose Characteristics of Stability Operations Section II. Types of Stability Operations Peace Operations Foreign Internal Defense Humanitarian and Civic Assistance Support to Insurgency Support to Counterinsurgency Security Assistance Support to Counterdrug Operations Combating Terrorism Noncombatant Evacuation Operations Arms Control Show of Force Section III. Planning Considerations Decentralized Operations Rules of Engagement vi

8 8-16. Rules of Interaction Protection Task Organization Media Considerations Operations with Outside Agencies Section IV. Specific Considerations by BOS Intelligence Maneuver Aviation Support Fires and Effects Mobility, Countermobility, and Survivability Air Defense Combat Service Support Command and Control Sequence of Stability Operations Actions Section V Techniques Patrols Observation Posts Static Security Posts Searches Roadblocks and Other Checkpoints CHAPTER 9. SUPPORT OPERATIONS Section I. Characteristics of Support Operations Types of Support Operations The Army s Role in Support Operations Forms of Support Operations Section II. Planning Considerations Considerations for Support Operations Planning Process Command and Control Maneuver Intelligence Information Gathering Fires and Effects Mobility, Countermobility, and Survivability Air Defense Logistics Other Planning Considerations Section III. Pattern of Operations Response Recovery Restoration Section IV. Sequence of Operations Movement into the Area of Operations Establishing the Base of Operations vii

9 9-20. Maintenance of Support Terminating Operations Transition to Combat Section V. Training Considerations Training for Support Operations Specific Training for DSO or FHA Missions CHAPTER 10. COMBAT SUPPORT Section I. Fires and Effects Mission and Capabilities Field Artillery Air Support Naval Gunfire Section II. Information Operations Civil Affairs Psychological Operations Public Affairs Section III. Maneuver Support Engineer Functions Staff Engineer Section Engineer Company Mobility Countermobility Survivability Military Police Support Military Police Company Organization Employment and Planning Considerations Section IV. Air and Missile Defense Air Defense Airspace Management Cell Capabilities Operational Functions Section V. Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Organization Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Reconnaissance Smoke Operations Section VI. Intelligence Purpose Employment and Planning Considerations Military Intelligence Company Section VII. Signal Signal Support Signal Company Organization Brigade Signal Company Communications and Equipment Electronic Preparation of the Battlefield CHAPTER 11. COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT OPERATIONS Section I. CSS Planning Considerations viii

10 11-1. General Guidelines SBCT Responsibilities Predeployment Activities Section II. CSS in the SBCT Brigade Support Battalion Theater Contracting Support Human Resources Support Legal Support Religious Support Financial Management Enemy Prisoners of War Management Mortuary Affairs Communications Command and Control Systems Section III. Supply and Transportation Operations Classes of Supply Routine Resupply Immediate Resupply Supply and Transportation Considerations Supply and Transportation Augmentation Section IV. Maintenance Operations SBCT Maintenance Concept Maintenance Requirements Company Role Battalion Role SBCT Role Maintenance Augmentation Section V. Health Service Support Preventive Medicine Mental Health Soldiers Wounded in Action Health Service Support Augmentation Soldiers Killed in Action Section VI. Reconstitution and Weapons Replacement Reconstitution Personnel Replacement Procedures Replacement and Salvaging of Equipment Section VII. CSS From Outside the SBCT Intermediate Staging Base Contractor and Host Nation Support Explosive Ordnance Disposal Field Services General Engineering Support APPENDIX A. CONTINUOUS OPERATIONS... A-1 APPENDIX B. ASSURED MOBILITY...B-1 ix

11 APPENDIX C. RISK MANAGEMENT AND FRATRICIDE AVOIDANCE C-1 APPENDIX D. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS AND COMPLIANCE... D-1 APPENDIX E. INTEGRATION OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS, MECHANIZED, AND LIGHT FORCES...E-1 APPENDIX F. AVIATION SUPPORT OF GROUND OPERATIONS...F-1 APPENDIX G. AIR ASSAULT OPERATIONS... G-1 GLOSSARY...Glossary-1 REFERENCES... References-1 INDEX... Index-1 x

12 PREFACE The Stryker brigade combat team (SBCT) is designed to be a full spectrum, early entry combat force. It has utility in all operational environments against all projected future threats. It possesses significant utility for divisions and corps engaged in a major-theater war; however, the SBCT is optimized to meet the challenges of smaller-scale contingencies. This manual describes how the SBCT optimizes organizational effectiveness while balancing lethality, mobility, and survivability against requirements for rapid strategic deployability. The SBCT includes a cavalry squadron (reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition [RSTA]), intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) integration capability, imbedded human intelligence (HUMINT), psychological operations (PSYOP), civil affairs (CA), and robust combined arms infantry battalions. This manual provides the commander and staff with the tactics and techniques to exploit these elements and ensure the SBCT s versatility across the full range of potential requirements, from providing the security necessary to conduct stability operations during peacetime military engagements to conducting offensive and defensive operations in a major theater war against localized threats. Although this manual does not implement any international agreements, the material presented herein is in accordance with related international agreements. The proponent of this publication is the US Army Infantry School. Send comments and recommendations to or on DA Form 2028 directly to Commandant, US Army Infantry School, ATTN: ATSH-ATD, Fort Benning, Georgia Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to men. xi

13 CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF THE STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM The Stryker brigade combat team (SBCT) is a full-spectrum combat force that provides division, corps, or joint task force commanders a unique capability across the spectrum of conflict. The SBCT balances lethality, mobility, and survivability against the requirements for rapid strategic deployability. The SBCT s cavalry squadron (reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition [RSTA]); robust intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) integration capability; and combined arms infantry battalions ensure its versatility across the full range of operations (offense, defense, stability, and support). This chapter highlights the capabilities and limitations of the SBCT, discusses likely scenarios in which the SBCT may be employed, and provides an overview of the SBCT s organizational structure. Section I. CAPABILITIES The SBCT can be deployed rapidly and can be sustained by an austere support structure for up to 72 hours of independent operations. The SBCT conducts operations against conventional or unconventional enemy forces in all types of terrain and climate conditions and all spectrums of conflict (major theater war [MTW], smaller-scale contingency [SSC], and peacetime military engagement [PME]). During continuous operations, leaders and soldiers must think faster, make decisions more rapidly, and act more quickly than the enemy. Refer to Appendix A, Continuous Operations, for a detailed discussion of the effects of extended continuous operations on soldiers and leaders. The SBCT can perform its mission throughout the entire spectrum of military operations (offensive, defensive, stability, and support) but may require some augmentation for certain missions. The SBCT may deploy as part of an early entry force and may fight by itself or as part of a division or corps. The SBCT s operational capabilities are-- Combined arms assault in the close fight. Mobility. Reach. Enhanced common operational picture (COP). Lethality. Force protection and survivability. Joint, multinational, or interagency operability. Full-spectrum flexibility and augmentation. Simultaneous operations COMBINED ARMS ASSAULT IN THE CLOSE FIGHT The SBCT achieves decisive action with combined arms at the infantry company level by applying the effects of direct fires from the mobile gun system (MGS), indirect fires from mortars and artillery, and joint effects of other services to support the infantry assault. 1-1

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