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Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-09.70 Paladin Operations September 2015

Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-09.70 Paladin Operations September 2015

ISBN: 9781518876295
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2015-11-01
Number of pages: 80
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This publication, Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-09.70 Paladin Operations September 2015, provides techniques for the Paladin units and staff with doctrine relevant to current and future operations. Publication ATP 3-09.70 is the principle reference for Paladin operations. Publication ATP 3-09.70 sets forth suggested duties and responsibilities of key personnel and addresses doctrine and techniques for Paladin operations and training. Army forces are employed with other Services as part of a joint force. Consequently, this ATP is grounded in joint doctrine as found in joint publications JP 3-09, JP 3-09.3, and JP 3-60. ATP 3-09.70 ties Army doctrine publications such as Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 3-09, Fires, ADRP 3-09, Fires, and FM 3-09, Field Artillery Operations and Fire Support. ATP 3-09.70 is organized into 8 chapters and 4 appendixes. Chapter 1 provides the organizational framework for the Paladin-equipped cannon battery. Section I begins with a brief description of the mission and general organization. Section II closes with a discussion on cannon battery tactical duties of key personnel. Chapter 2 discusses techniques for Paladin operations. Section I begins by discussing key considerations for operations. Section II briefly discusses the delivery of fires. Section III discusses movement considerations. Section IV discusses climate and terrain considerations for employment. Section V closes with a discussion on other tactical missions that may be assigned to the cannon battery. Chapter 3 discusses the techniques necessary for a rapid and orderly movement to and occupation of a firing position. Section I begins with a discussion of the reconnaissance and the advance party. Section II discusses the selection of the new position. Section III discusses the organization of the new position. Section IV discusses considerations for movement. Section V discusses preparations for movement. Section VI closes with a discussion on the occupation of the position. Chapter 4 discusses techniques for unit defense. Section I begins with an overview of threat capabilities and unit responsibilities for the defense. Section II discusses considerations for the defense. Section III closes with a discussion on defensive preparations. Chapter 5 discusses considerations for firing in special situations. Chapter 6 discusses communications within the cannon battery. Chapter 7 discusses firing safety and certification within the cannon battery. Chapter 8 discusses sustainment within the cannon battery. Appendix A provides sample operations checklists for use by cannon battery personnel. This appendix is not all-inclusive, but instead provides a starting point for development of other checklists and unit tactical standard operating procedures. Appendix B briefly discusses the common mistakes and malpractices that occur prior to and during firing. This list is not all-inclusive, but serves to highlight those that are most common to cannon artillery units conducting tactical operations.

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