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FM 3-90 Tactics

I came across this fantastic publication, FM 3-90 Tactics, and thought it might be useful for all non-military members of the community interested in (US) doctrinal definitions of a lot of terms / missions used in Steel Beasts' scenarios and guidelines on how to plan and conduct them: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/71686353/FM 3-90 Tactics.pdf

 

It works well when used in combination with APP-6A Military Symbols for Land Based Systems, which provides all the graphical symbols related to the missions above, many of which are available in Steel Beasts, and which may help developing and/or understanding briefings or your own scenarios: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/71686353/APP-6A Military Symbols for Land Based Systems_1999.pdf

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Whilst I applaud another reference, I'm always surprised when people don't know they already have some of these things.

 

The "Docs" folder in every SB install already has a copy of "STANAG2019 App-6c - MS-2525c" that's over 1,000 pages on symbology in a searchable PDF.

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It is indeed a beautiful resource for knowledge and mission making.  I myself peruse through it from time to time.

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On 6/15/2016 at 4:19 AM, Gibsonm said:

Whilst I applaud another reference, I'm always surprised when people don't know they already have some of these things.

 

The "Docs" folder in every SB install already has a copy of "STANAG2019 App-6c - MS-2525c" that's over 1,000 pages on symbology in a searchable PDF.

 

Well, as one saying goes, "copying from one source is plagiarism, copying from multiple sources is research." ;P

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