Army Special Operations Forces Unconventional Warfare (FM 3-

Army Special Operations Forces Unconventional Warfare (FM 3-

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Army Special Operations Forces Unconventional Warfare (FM 3-05.130)
by Headquarters, Department of the Army
September 2008

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

• PREFACE
• Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION
o Overview
o Unconventional Warfare
o Conventional Warfare
o Irregular Warfare
• Chapter 2: UNITED STATES NATIONAL POWER
o The International Environment
o Instruments of United States National Power
o The Effectiveness of Integrated National Power
• Chapter 3: POLICY AND DOCTRINE
o National Policy
o Conventional Warfare and Major Combat Operations
o Irregular Warfare
• Chapter 4: PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
o Unconventional Warfare Planning
o Seven Phases of Unconventional Warfare
o Unconventional Warfare Termination of Operations
o Army Special Operations Forces
o Supporting Elements and Activities
o Interagency Activities
• Chapter 5: SPECIAL FORCES OPERATIONS
o Introduction
o Phase I: Preparation
o Phase II: Initial Contact
o Phase III: Infiltration
o Phase IV: Organization
o Phase V: Buildup
o Phase VI: Employment
o Phase VII: Transition
• Chapter 6: PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS
o Introduction
o Phase I: Preparation
o Phase II: Initial Contact
o Phase III: Infiltration
o Phase IV: Organization
o Phase V: Buildup
o Phase VI: Employment
o Phase VII: Transition
• Chapter 7: CIVIL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS
o Introduction
o Phase I: Preparation
o Phase II: Initial Contact
o Phase III: Infiltration
o Phase IV: Organization
o Phase V: Buildup
o Phase VI: Employment
o Phase VII: Transition
• Chapter 8: SUPPORTING ELEMENTS AND ACTIVITIES
o Introduction
o Communications Support
o Logistics Support
o Force Health Protection
o Aviation Support
• Appendix A: THE DIPLOMATIC INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix B: THE INFORMATIONAL INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix C: THE INTELLIGENCE INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix D: THE ECONOMIC INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix E : HE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix F: THE LAW ENFORCEMENT INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix G: THE MILITARY INSTRUMENT OF NATIONAL POWER
• Appendix H: THE ROLE OF HISTORY AND CULTURE
• Appendix I: A HISTORICAL SURVEY OF UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE
• Appendix J: AN OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE DEFINITION
• GLOSSARY
• REFERENCES
• INDEX

Figures

• Figure 1-1. Contrasting conventional and irregular warfare
• Figure 1-2. Principles of major combat operations
• Figure 1-3. Joint operating concept relationships
• Figure 2-1. The intelligence process
• Figure 4-1. Classic components of an insurgency in an unconventional warfare
• operational area
• Figure 6-1. Psychological Operations and Special Forces Soldiers building rapport
• with an unconventional warfare force in Afghanistan
• Figure 6-2. Afghan village elder addressing population on Psychological Operations
• loudspeaker
• Figure 7-1. Civil-military lines of operation in support of unconventional warfare
• Figure 7-2. Active Army Civil Affairs battalion operational structure
• Figure 7-3. Civil Affairs core tasks in support of civil-military operations
• Figure 7-4. Sample checklist for transition planning
• Figure A-1. Organizations grouping almost all countries in their respective continents
• Figure A-2. Several smaller regional organizations with nonoverlapping memberships
• Figure A-3. Several nonoverlapping large alliances
• Figure B-1. The information environment
• Figure B-2. Information quality criteria

Tables

• Table B-1. Information operations integration into joint operations
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