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Army Techniques Publication ATP 1-19 Army Music February 2015

Army Techniques Publication ATP 1-19 Army Music February 2015

ISBN: 9781512162738
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2015-05-12
Number of pages: 42
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Army Techniques Publication ATP 1-19 Army Music February 2015 is the doctrinal publication for Army Music. It provides key guidance pertaining to the mission, organization, and operation of music performance units (MPUs), music headquarters (MHQs), music performance teams (MPTs), and music performance detachments (MPDs). This manual should serve as a guide for training and operations based on the tenets of music supporting unified land operations. The principle audience for ATP 1-19 is all members of the profession of arms. Commanders and staffs of Army headquarters serving as joint task force or multinational headquarters should also refer to applicable joint or multinational doctrine concerning the range of military operations and joint or multinational forces. Trainers and educators throughout the Army will also use this publication. ATP 1-19, Army Music, is the key doctrinal publication of Army Music and replaces ATTP 1-19, U.S. Army Bands. This manual provides an overview of the role, function, organization, and guidance for Army Music. It outlines the fundamental core competencies, capabilities, and principles of Army Music used in the employment of MPUs, MPTs, and MPDs. ATP 1-19 makes numerous changes from ATTP 1-19. The most significant change is the restructuring of the MPU. In addition, this publication discusses key operational concepts associated with the employment of MPUs supporting unified land operations. ATP 1-19 also expands on foundational concepts and the overall role of Army Music in relation to unified land operations, unified action, morale, welfare, and recreation (MWR), and public and cultural diplomacy initiatives. Another major change is the inclusion of detailed appendices on the following topics: Army Music operations checklist information. Relief in place and transfer of authority process. Rules of allocation and stationing guidance. ATP 1-19 remains generally consistent with ATTP 1-19 on key topics while adopting updated terminology and concepts as necessary. These topics include the integration and discussion of foundational concepts such as roles, core competencies, functions, characteristics, and principles of Army Music. ATP 1-19 contains four chapters and three appendices: Chapter 1 provides an overview of foundational Army Music concepts. Chapter 2 discusses the modular concept of the MPU and provides evaluation methods to ensure unit capabilities match the requirements needed to support its sustainment warfighting missions. Chapter 3 discusses key operational concepts and processes guiding the planning and operations of Army Music in support of unified land operations. Chapter 4 focuses on the role Army Music plays in supporting unified land operations, unified action, MWR, as well as public and cultural diplomacy initiatives. Appendix A contains non-prescriptive information Army Music officers and their staffs can use to organize tasks, space, and purpose to publish unit level mission sheets to accomplish music operations. Appendix B. discusses the relief in place and transfer of authority process to assist command teams in planning for and assessing the effectiveness of their transition. Appendix C outlines rules of allocation and stationing guidance for standard requirements code 02 Army Music.

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