Corps and Division Nuclear Training; FM 25-50

Washington DC: Department of the Army, Headquarters, 1991. Presumed First Edition, First printing --no indication that this supersedes any previously issued FM 25-50 or other predecessor document. Wraps. Three-hole punched, and two staples at the left side. Various paginations, approximately 150 pages. Footnotes. Illustrations (Tables, Figures). Tactical Situation Scenario. Sample Nuclear Field Standard Operating Procedures. Checklists. Glossary. References. Index. Some cover wear and soiling. Distribution was authorized to US government agencies to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. Given the passage of time, it is understood that this dissemination restriction is not longer applicable. This manual's primary concept is to suggest methods of training forms the following two perspectives: Employment of US weapons and the defense against threat nuclear weapons; and War-gaming techniques which nuclear controllers use when conducting training. This manual specifically addresses nuclear training and describes how corps and division (div) commanders and their staffs can train their commands for nuclear operations. Brigade (bde) commanders can also use it to extract training requirements for their brigades; controllers can use it to provide feedback to players on the effects of both friendly and threat nuclear burst. This manual reflects current thoughts and augments existing doctrinal and training literature. Among the items listed in the Contents are: Nuclear Training Devices and Aids, Integrated Training, Unit Training, Operational-Level Training, Tactical-Level Training, Nuclear Preexercise Planning; Field Exercise Nuclear-Training Fundamentals, Nuclear Weapons Employment Training, Troop safety, Radiation Exposure Records, Fire Support Coordination, Damage-Estimate Methods, Target-Analysis Training, Nuclear Exercise Planning, Map Exercises, Air-Delivered Weapons, Simulation Data, and Assessment Tables.Nuclear Energy, Weapons and Materials. Condition: Good.

Keywords: Nuclear Training Devices, Integrated Training, Unit Training, Operational-Level Training, Tactical-Level Training, Nuclear Preexercise Planning; Field Exercise Nuclear-Training Fundamentals, Nuclear Weapons Employment Training, Troop safety, Radiatio

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