Accession Number : ADA131644
Title : USAWC Military Studies Program: Engineer Directions: Airland Battle 2000.
Descriptive Note : Group study project,
Corporate Author : ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
Personal Author(s) : Gill,Clair F ; Miller,George M ; Stevens,Pat M
PDF Url : ADA131644
Report Date : 21 May 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 60
Abstract : This study reviews the present trends of the US Army to the year 2000 and derives from these the implications for engineers on the AirLand Battlefield of 2000. The functions of Mobility, Countermobility, Survivability, General Engineering and Topography are considered in the environment of the ALB 2000 with attention to the resources, constraints, and tactics of the battle. The conceptual foundation of the engineer tasks is reviewed, together with their doctrine, organization, training, and materiel. From the implications derived in this review, a foundation for equipping the future engineer may be defined, and given the proper analysis, programmed and budgeted. It is this latter task that we have not endeavored to do, leaving that task to the engineers of the Class of 1984.
Descriptors : *ARMY PLANNING, *MILITARY ENGINEERS, *COMBAT SUPPORT, CLOSE SUPPORT, BATTLEFIELDS, MILITARY ENGINEERING, MOBILITY, COUNTERMEASURES, SURVIVABILITY, CLIMATE, WEATHER, TOPOGRAPHY, ARMY TRAINING, MILITARY DOCTRINE, MISSIONS, ARMY OPERATIONS, ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE