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FM 21-6: List of Publications for Training
Basic Field Manual, War Department, January 1, 1943
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Section III
LISTS OF PRINTED PUBLICATIONS

• 21. TRAINING PUBLICATIONS.

b. Field Manuals

 No.   Title   Date   Changes   Distribution 
  ARMY AIR FORCES FIELD MANUAL      
FM 1-5  Employment of Aviation of the Army Apr. 15, 1940    R and H 1-7, 17, 18 (6), 44 (5); Bn 1 (8), 17, 18 (5); IBn 7, 19 (5); IC 7, 19 (5), 11 (2).
       1-10  Tactics and Technique of Air Attack Nov. 20, 1940    R and H 1-7, 17, 18 (6), 44 (5); Bn 1 (8), 17, 18 (5); IBn 7, 19 (5); IC 7, 11, 19 (5).
       1-15  Tactics and Technique of Air Fighting Apr. 10, 1942    R and H 1-7, 17, 18 (6), 44 (5); Bn 1 (8), 17, 18 (5); IBn 7 (5); IC 7, 11, (5).
       1-20 Tactics and Technique of Air Reconnaissance and Observation Apr. 20, 1942    Do.
     *1-25  Air Defense Dec. 24, 1942    R and H 1-7, 17, 18 (6); Bn 1 (8), 2-7, 11, 17, 18, 19 (5); IC 2-7, 17, 18, 19 (2).
       1-30  Air Navigation Aug. 30, 1940    B and H 1(6); R 1 (4); Bn l (4).
     †1-35 Aerial Photography Dec. 3, 1942   D (3); B 1 (6), 2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 18 (2), 44(3); R 1 (4), 2, 4-7, 10, 17, 18, 19, 44 (3); Bn 1 2, 4-7 17, 18 (3); IBn 1 (6); IC 1, 11, 19 (5).
       1-40 Intelligence Procedure in Aviation Units Sept. 9, 1940   B and H 1 (6); B 7, 17 (6), 2, 4, 6, 44 (2); R 1, 18 (4), 7, 17 (5), 44 (2); IR 4 (3); Bn 1 (4), 7, 17, 18, 19 (2); IC 11(2).
     †1-45 Signal Communication Dec. 4, 1942   B and H (6); R 1, 5, 17, (4); Bn 1, 5, 17, (4); C 5(2); IC 11 (10).
       1-50 Weather May 2, 1942   R and H 1 (6), 4 (5); IBn 1, 4 (10).
       1-55 Reference Data, Administration Apr. 22, 1942   B (2); Bn and H 1 (6).
       1-60 Review and Inspections Apr. 4, 1941   Bn and H 1 (6); IR 5 (5); IBn 9, 11(3); IC 5, 8, 9, 11 (2).
       1-75 Combat Orders June 16, 1942   Bn and H 1 (10); C 1 (5).
     *1-195  Service Center Sept. 26, 1942    R and H 1 (6); Bn 1 (4).
  CAVALRY FIELD MANUAL      
       2-5 Horse Cavalry Aug. 6, 1940  C1 B and H 2 (5); R 2 (10); R and H 1, 6, 7, 17, 18 (2); Bn 2 (5), 18 (3); IBn 5, 6 (5); C 2 (3); C 2 (20), 11 (2).
       2-10 Mechanized Elements Apr. 8, 1941   B and H 1, 2, 17 (5), 4, 6, 7 (2); R 1, 17, 18 (5), 2 (10), 7 (2); JR 5, 6 (5); Bn 2, 17, 18, 19 (5); IBn 5, 6 (5), 8, 10 (2); C 2 (2); IC 2 (20), 6, 9, 11, 19 (2).
       2-15 Employment of Cavalry do C1, *2 B and H 1, 2, 17 (5), 4, 6, 7 (2); R 1, 17, 18 (5), 2 (10), 7 (2); IR 5, 6 (5); Bn 2, 17, 18 (5); IBn 5, 6 (5), 8, 10 (2); C 2 (2); IC 2 (20), 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 (2).
  CHEMICAL WARFARE SERVICE FIELD MANUAL      
     †3-5  Tactics of Chemical Warfare July 20, 1942   Bn and H (5); IC 3 (15).
       3-10 Examination for Gunners June 10, 1940   B 2; R 2, 7, 17 (5); Bn and H 3, 19 (5); IC 2, 7, 17, 19 (10), 3 (15).
       3-15 Supply and Field Service Feb. 17, 1941 C1 D (5); B (3); IR 2, 7, 10, 17 (3); Bn and H 3 (3); C 3 (2).
     *3-25  Chemical Laboratory Company Nov. 13, 1942    D and H (2); IC 3 (10).
  COAST ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL      
  Seacoast Artillery:      
       4-5 Organization and Tactics July 29, 1940 C1 Bn and H 4 (5); C 4 (10).
       4-6 Tactics and Technique of Controlled Submarine Mines May 1, 1942   X.
       4-10 Gunnery July 3, 1940 C1 Bn and H 4 (5), C 4 (10).
       4-15 Fire Control and Position Finding. July 29, 1940 C1 Do.
       4-20  Formations, Inspections, Service, and Care of Materiel. Apr. 10, 1940 C1 Do.
  Service of the Piece—      
       4-25 155-mm Gun do   IBn and H 4(5); IC 4 (25).
       4-35 14-inch Gun, M1920-MII on Railway Mount, M1920. June 15, 1940  C1 Do.
       4-40 12-inch Mortar, Railway Artillery May 20, 1940 C1 Do.
       4-45 12-inch Gun, Railway Mount, M1918, Railway Artillery Apr. 10, 1940 C1 Do.
     *4-49  8-inch Gun, Mark VI, Modification 3A2, on Railway Mount M1A1. Aug. 6, 1942   IBn and H 4 (5); IC 4 (25).
       4-50 8-inch Gun, Railway Artillery May 15, 1940   IBn and H 4 (5); IC 4 (25).
       4-55 12-inch Mortar (Fixed Armament) do   Do.
       4-60 12-inch Gun (Barbette Carriage) do   Do.
       4-65  10-inch Gun (Disappearing Carriage) Apr. 10, 1940   Do.
       4-70  6-inch Gun (Disappearing Carriage) May 1, 1940   Do.
       4-75  6-inch Gun on Barbette Carriage Apr. 10, 1940   Do.
       4-80  12- and 14-inch Guns (Disappearing Carriage) May 1, 1940   Do.
       4-85  16-inch Gun and Howitzer June 20, 1940  C1 IBn and H 4 (5); IC 4 (25).
       4-90  3-inch Rapid-fire Gun (Barbette Carriage) May 20, 1940    Do.
  Antiaircraft Artillery:      
       4-105 Organization and Tactics Aug. 12, 1940 (1) D (5); IR and H 1, 4 (3); Bn and H 44 (5); C 44 (10).
       4-107  Barrage Balloon Organization, Tactics, and Technique Mar. 14, 1942    R and H 1, 44 (2); IBn and H 44 (5); IC 44 (10).
       4-108 Barrage Balloon, Service of the Balloon and Balloon Equipment Mar. 18, 1942   IBn and H 44(5); IC 44 (25).
       4-110 Gunnery, Fire Control, and Position Finding, Antiaircraft Guns Aug. 10, 1940  C1, 2 Bn and H 44 (5): IBn and H 4 (3); IC 44 (15).
       4-111 Position Finding and Control, Antiaircraft Searchlights July 6, 1940   R and H 1 (2); Bn and H 4, 44 (3); IBn and H 4, 44 (5); IC 4, 44 (25).
     †4-112 Antiaircraft Artillery Gunnery, Fire Control, Position Finding, and Horizontal Fire, Antiaircraft Automatic Weapons (Case I Firing). Aug. 22, 1942   Bn and H 44 (5); IC 44 (25).
       4-113 Gunnery, Fire Control, and Service of the Piece, Antiaircraft Automatic Weapons (Case III Firing). Jan. 20, 1942    Bn and H 44 (5); IC 44 (25).
       4-115 Operation of Materiel and Employment of Personnel, Antiaircraft Searchlight Units June 20, 1940  C1 R and H 1 (2); Bn and H 4 (3); IBn and H 4 (5); IC 4 (25).
       4-117 Barrage Balloon, Operation of Materiel and Employment of Personnel June 1, 1942    IBn and H 44(5); IC 44 (25).
       4-120 Formations, Inspections, Service, and Care of Materiel July 16, 1940 C1 2 Do.
  Service of the Piece—      
       4-125  3-inch Antiaircraft Gun Jan. 17, 1942 C1, *2 IBn and H 44 (5); IC 44 (25).
     *4-126  90-mm Antiaircraft Gun Oct. 2, 1942 *C1, 2 Do.
       4-130  105-mm Antiaircraft Gun June 17, 1940    Do.
       4-135  Marksmanship and Service of the Piece—Antiaircraft Machine Gun June 1, 1940    Bn and H 4, 44 (5); C 4, 44 (25).
     *4-137  Instructions for Operation and Maintenance, Dual 20-mm Guns on 40-mm M2 Carriage Apr. 30, 1942    X.
       4-140  37-mm Antiaircraft Gun (Case I Firing) Sept. 5, 1941    IBn and H 44 (5); IC 44 (25).
       4-141  40-mm Antiaircraft Gun June 24, 1942    Do.
       4-145 Radio Set SCR-268, Operation of Materiel and Employment of Personnel Apr. 5, 1942 *C1 IBn and H 44 (5); IC 44 (25).
       4-150 Examination for Gunners May 20, 1941   Bn and H 4, 44 (5); C 4, 44 (10).
       4-155 Reference Data Oct. 1, 1940   Bn and H 4, 44 (10); C 4, 44 (5).
     *4-175 Operation of Materiel and Employment of Personnel, Searchlight Units Dec. 9, 1942    R and H 1 (2); Bn and H 44 (5); IBn and H 4 (3); IC 4, 44 (25).
  ENGINEER FIELD MANUAL      
       5-5 Troops and Operation Jan. 31, 1941  C1 B and H (3); R 5 (10); Bn 5 (5); C 5 (10).
       5-10 Communications, Construction, and Utilities Sept. 9, 1940 C1 D (6); Bn and H 5 (5), 18 (3); C 5 (10), 18 (5).
       5-15 Field Fortifications Oct. 1, 1940 C1, 2 B and H 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 44 (4); R and L 1-4, 6, 7, 17, 18, 44 (5); Bn and H 5, 19 (5); C 5 (10).
       5-20 Camouflage June 1, 1940    D (5); B 1, 2, 4, 7, 17, 44 (2); R 1-7, 10, 17, 44 (5), 18 (2); Bn 1-7, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 44 (3); C 2-7, 10, 11, 17, 19, 44 (3), 18 (5).
     *5-21 Camouflage Painting of Vehicles and Equipment Oct. 7, 1942    D (5); B 1, 2, 4, 7, 17, 18, 19, 44 (2); R 1-7, 10, 17, 18, 19, 44, (5); Bn 1-7, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 44 (3); C 2-7, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 44 (3).
       5-25 Explosives and Demolitions. Jan. 12, 1942    B and H 1 (4), 2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 44 (3); R 1 (4), 2-7, 17, 44 (6), 18 (3); Bn 2-7, 17, 19, 44 (2), 18 (5), C 5 (5), 4 (1); IC 2, 3, 7, 17, 18, 19, 44 (5).
       5-30 Engineer Antimechanized Measures June 10, 1940 C1, 2 D 1 (6), 17 (10); B 1 (4), 2, 4, 6, 7, 44 (2), 17 (5); R 1 (4), 2, 4-7, 10, 17, 18, 44 (6); Bn 1, 2, 4-8, 10, 44 (2), 11 (10), 17, 18, 19 (5); C 4, 5, 8-10, 44 (2), 17, 18, 19 (5); IC 2, 11 (2), 7 (10).
       5-35 Reference Data Feb. 15, 1941 C1, 2 D (5); B (3); R 2, 5, 17 (10), 3, 4, 6, 7, 44 (5), 18 (6); Bn 2-11, 17, 18, 19, 44 (5); C 2, 5, 17 (10), 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 18, 19, 44 (5).
  FIELD ARTILLERY FIELD MANUAL      
       6-5 Organization and Drill Oct. 1, 1939   D 2, 7, 17 (5); B 17 (2); R 2, 7, 10, 17, 18 (2); Bn and H 6 (7); Bn 18 (6); C 6 (16); IC 8 (3).
       6-20 Tactics and Technique July 10, 1940 C13 D 2 (5); B 2 (2), 6 (10), 17 (5); R 2, 10, 17, 18 (2), 6 (7), 5, 7 (5); Bn 5, 17 (2), 6 (7), 18 (6); C 6 (12).
       6-40 Firing Feb. 11, 1942 *C1 B 2 (2), 6 (10); R 6 (7), 18 (2); Bn 6 (8), 18 (2); C 6 (16).
  Service of the Piece—      
       6-50 75-mm Gun, M1897 and M1897A4, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn Oct. 1, 1939 C1 Bn and H 6 (4); IB 6 (10); IR 6 (6); IBn 6 (7); IC 6 (16); IC and H 9 (2).
       6-55 75-mm Gun, M2, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn. Oct. 1, 1936 C1 Bn and H 6 (4); IB 6 (10); IR 6 (6); IBn 6 (7); IC 6 (16); IC and H 9 (2).
       6-56* 75-mm Gun, M2A3, Truck-drawn and Horse-drawn May 4, 1942   Do.
       6-60 75-mm Gun, M1916 and M1916A1, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn Oct. 1, 1939 C1 Do.
       6-65 75-mm Gun, M1917A1, Truck-drawn do C1 Do.
       6-70 75-mm Howitzer, Horse drawn and Truck-drawn Oct. 14, 1939 C1 Do.
       6-75 105-mm Howitzer, M2, Truck-drawn. Dec. 12, 1941 C1 Bn and H 6 (4); IB 6 (10); IR 6 (6); IBn 6 (7); IC 6 (16); IC and H 9 (2).
       6-80 155-mm Howitzer, M1918A1, Truck-drawn Oct. 10, 1939 C1 Do.
       685 155-mm Gun, M1918 do C1 Bn and H 6 (4); IB 6 (10); IR 6 (6); IBn 6 (7); IBn and H 4 (1); IC 6 (16); IC and H 9 (2).
       6-90 155-mm Gun, M1 Jan. 17, 1942 C1 D (2); Bn and H 6 (4); IB 6 (10); IR 6 (6); IBn 6 (7); IC 6 (16); IC and H 9 (2).
       691 8-inch Howitzer, M1 May 15, 1942   Do.
       695 240-mm Howitzer, M1918 Jan. 2, 1940 C1 B 2 (2); 6 (3); IBn and H 6 (7); IC 6 (16); IC and H 9 (2).
       6110 Pack Artillery Mar. 1, 1940 C1 Do.
       6-120*  The Observation Battalion June 29, 1939   B 2 (2), 6 (3); Bn and H 6 (5); Bn 9 (2); IBn 6 (10); IC 6 (20).
       6125 Examination of Gunners June 16, 1942   D (2); IBn and H 6 (3); IC 6 (12); R 18 (1); Bn 18 (3).
  INFANTRY FIELD MANUAL      
       710 Rifle Company, Rifle Regiment June 2, 1942 *C1 R and H 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 17, 44 (5), 7 (10); Bn 4, 5, 6, 7, 18, 19, 44 (3); C 4, 44 (5), 6 (2), 7, 19 (15).
       7-15 Heavy Weapons Company, Rifle Regiment May 19, 1942 *C1 D 7 (2); R 7 (3); Bn 7 (5); IC 7 (20).
     *7-20 Rifle Battalion Sept. 28, 1942    R and H 1-4, 44 (5), 5-7, 17 (10), 18, 19 (3); IBn 13, 10, 11 (2); Bn 46, 44 (4), 7 (10), 1719 (3); IC 25, 11, 44 (2); C 6 (3), 7 (5), 17, 18, 19 (3).
     †725 Headquarters Company, Intelligence and Signal Communication, Rifle Regiment Oct. 7, 1942   R 7 (5), 3, 5, 8, 10, 17 (2); Bn 7 (3), 9 (2); IC 7 (10), 11, 17 (5); C 7 (2).
     †730 Service Company and Medical Detachment (Supply and Evacuation) Infantry Regiment Dec. 31, 1942   R 7, 17 (5); Bn. 7, 10 (3); C 7 (2); IC 7, 17 (15).
       735 Antitank Company, Rifle Regiment May 23, 1941 C1 D 2, 7, 17 (5); B 2, 6, 7, 17, 44 (5); R 2, 5, 6 (10), 7, 17 (20), 18 (2), 44 (5); Bn 18 (5); IBn 7 (30), 2, 17, 44 (5); IC 2, 7, 17 (20).
       740 Rifle Regiment Feb. 9, 1942 *C1, 2 R and H 1-4, 18, 44 (2), 57, 17 (10); IBn 1, 5, 10, 44 (2); Bn 6, 7, 17, 18, 19 (4); IC 2, 3, 5, 11 (2); C 6, 7, 17 (3).
  MEDICAL FIELD MANUAL      
       8-5 Mobile Units of the Medical Department Jan. 12, 1942 C1 R and H (2); R 8 (SH 2, M 10); Bn 8 (5); C 8 (5).
       8-10 Medical Service of Field Units Mar. 28, 1942   Do.
       8-25 Medical Service in Joint Oversea Operations Mar. 28, 1940   R and H (2); R 8 (SH 2, M 10); Bn 8 (5); C 8 (5).
       8-35 Transportation of the Sick and Wounded Feb. 21, 1941   B (2); R (2), 8 (10); Bn 8, 19 (5), 18 (2); C 8 (10).
       8-40 Field Sanitation Aug. 15, 1940 C1, *2, 3. C and H (5); R 8 (SH 2, M 10); Bn 8 (10).
       8-45 Records of Morbidity and Mortality (Sick and Wounded) Oct. 1, 1940 C1 B and H (2), 8 (10); R 8 (10) (SH 2, M 10); Bn and L 8 (5).
       8-50 Splints, Appliances, and Bandages Sept. 11, 1940   D 8 (10); B 8 (5); R and H (3); R 8 (SH 2, M 10); Bn 8 (10); C 8 (5).
       8-55 Reference Data Mar. 5, 1941   D (3), 8 (10); B (2), 8 (10); R (3), 8 (SH 1, M 10); Bn 8 (3); C 8 (5).
  ORDNANCE FIELD MANUAL      
     †9-5 Ordnance Service in the Field July 11, 1942   R and H (2); Bn 1-7, 17, 44 (2); Bn and L 9 (10).
     *9-6 Ammunition Supply July 29, 1942   R and H 1-7, 17, 44 (1); Bn and L 9 (4).
       9-10 Ordnance Field Maintenance Apr. 20, 1942   R and H 1-7, 17, 44 (1); Bn and L 9 (4).
     *9-20 Ordnance Ammunition Company, Ordnance Ammunition Battalion July 7, 1942   IBn 9 (4); IC 9 (4).
     *9-25 Ordnance Company, Depot Sept. 3, 1942   R and Bn 9 (10); C 9 (2); Ord Dep. Co's.
  QUARTERMASTER FIELD MANUAL      
       10-5 Quartermaster Operations Mar. 10, 1941 C1 R and H (2); R and L 10 (5); Bn 1, 3, 5, 7, 19 (2); IBn and H 8 (2); IC 3, 19 (4).
       10-10 Quartermaster Service in Theater of Operations. Mar. 2, 1942 *C1 D (6); B 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 44 (3); R (2), 10 (5).
  SIGNAL CORPS FIELD MANUAL      
       11-5 Mission, Functions, and Signal Communication in General Apr. 15, 1940 (4) R and H (3); Bn 1-7, 17, 18, 19, 44 (2), 11 (10); C 11 (5); IC 1-7, 17, 19, 44 (2).
       11-10 Organization and Operations in the Infantry Divisions Oct. 6, 1941 C1, *2 Bn and H 3, 5-7, 9, 10, 18 19, 44 (2); Bn 11 (10); IC 7, 11 (10).
       11-15 Organizations and Operations in the Cavalry Division and Cavalry Corps July 24, 1940   Bn and H 2, 19 (5); IBn 5, 6 (5), 11 (10); IC 11 (5).
       11-17 Signal Organizations and Operations in the Armored Division and Armored Corps Feb. 17, 1941   R and H 1, 2, 7, 17, 18, 44 (2); IBn 5, 6, 7, 17, 44 (2); Bn 11 (10), 18, 19 (2); IC 11 (10).
       11-20 Organizations and Operations in the Corps, Army, Theater of Operations, and GHQ Nov. 11, 1940 C1 D (3); B (2); R 18 (2); Bn 11 (5), 18 (2); C 11 (5); IC and H 19 (2).
     *11-25 Aircraft Warning Service Aug. 3, 1942   IC and H 1, 11, 44 (5); IC 11 (10).
     *11-35 Signal Corps Intelligence Sept. 2, 1942   D (5); R and H (2); Bn and H 11 (5); C 11 (2).
  ADJUTANT GENERAL'S FIELD MANUAL      
       12-105 The Army Postal Service Nov. 12, 1940 C1, 2 D (8); B (3); R (5); Bn (2); C (2).
  ARMORED FORCE FIELD MANUAL      
       17-5 Armored Force Drill Jan. 12, 1942 C1 D 2, 7 (5); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17, 18 (5); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C 17 (20); IC 2, 5-11 (5).
       17-10 Tactics and Technique Mar. 7, 1942   D 2, 7 (5); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17, 18 (5); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C-17 (20), 18 (5); IC 2, 5-11 (5).
       17-15 Combat Practice Firing, Armored Force Units May 5, 1942   Do.
       1720 Employment of Armored Units, Reconnaissance Platoon and Company May 30, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (20); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17 (5); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C 17 (20); C 2, 511 (5).
     *17-22 Reconnaissance Battalion Aug. 18, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (20); IR 2, 5, 7, 8 (5); Bn and H 17 (10); IBn 2, 510 (3); C 17 (5); IC 2, 511 (3).
       1725 Assault Gun, Section and Platoon June 25, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (20); IR 2, 7, 18 (5); Bn and H 17 (10); IBn 2, 510, 18 (3); C 17 (10); IC 2, 5, 6, 7, 11, 18 (5).
     *17-27 81-mm Mortar Squadron and Platoon July 30, 1942   D 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17 (10); IR 7 (5); IBn 57, 9, 10 (3); Bn 18 (5); IC 7, 17 (10), 11 (3).
       1730 Tank Platoon Oct. 22, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (20); Bn and H 17 (10); IBn 2, 510 (3); C 17 (20); IC 2, 511 (5).
     *17-32 Tank Company, Light and Medium Aug. 2, 1942   D 2, 7 (5); B 6 (5); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17, 18 (10); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C 17 (20); IC 2, 5-7, 11 (5).
     *17-33 Armored Battalion, Light and Medium Sept, 18, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (15); R and H 2, 7 (3); Bn and H 17 (5); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C 17 (20); IC 2, 5-11 (3).
       17-45 Armored Engineer Battalion Nov. 13, 1942   D 17 (20); R 17, 18 (3); Bn 17 (3), 18 (2); IBn 5 (10); C 17, 18 (2); IC 5 (20).
     *17-50 Logistics Nov. 7, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17, (20); 17, 18 (5); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn 17, 18 (5); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C 17, 18 (5); IC 2, 5-11 (3).
     *17-55 Trains and Trains Headquarters Company, Armored Division Sept. 29, 1942    D 17 (10); Bn and H 17 (5).
     *17-57 Supply Battalion, Armored Division Oct. 14, 1942   D (10); Bn and H 17 (3); IBn 10 (5); IC 10 (5).
     *17-58 Armored Maintenance Battalion, Tactical Employment Oct. 8, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (10); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17 (5); IBn 2, 5-10 (3); C 17 (5); IC 2, 5-11 (5).
     *17-59 Decontamination of Armored Force Vehicles Oct. 12, 1942   D (10); IR 2, 3, 5-11, 18 (5); Bn and H 17 (5); IBn 2, 3, 5-11, 18 (5); C 17 (20); IC 2, 3, 5-11, 18 (5).
     *17-60 Armored Division Artillery Aug. 1, 1942   D 2, 7 (5); B 6 (5); IR 2, 7 (5); Bn and H 17 (10); IBn 2, 5-10, 18 (3); IC 2, 5 (3), 6 (20), 7 (3), 17, 18 (5).
     *17-62 Fire Control and Coordination July 14, 1942   D 2, 7 (5); B 6 (5); IR 2 (10); Bn and H 17 (10); IBn 2, 5-10, 18 (3); C 17 (20); IC 2, 5-7, 11 (3), 18 (5).
 Service of the Piece:   
     *17-63 105-mm Howitzer, Self-propelled Aug. 18, 1942   D 2, 7 (5), 17 (15); IBn 17 (5); IC 17 (10).
     *17-64 75-mm Howitzer T-30, Self-propelled Dec. 11, 1942   D 2, 7, 17 (10); R 17 (5); IR (5); Bn 17 (10); IBn 2, 5-10, 18 (2).
 TANK DESTROYER FIELD MANUAL   
       18-5 Organization and Tactics of Tank Destroyer Units June 16, 1942   Bn and H 1-7, 17, 18 (3); IC 2-7, 9-11 (3); C 17, 18 (20).
 BASIC FIELD MANUAL   
       21-5 Military Training July 16, 1941   R and H (10); Bn and L (5); Bn 1 (10).
     †21-6 List of Publications for Training Jan. 1, 1943   R and H (10); Bn and L (3).
     *21-7 List of Training Films, Film Strips, and Film Bulletins Jan. 1, 1943   R and H (10); Bn and L (3).
       21-10 Military Sanitation and First Aid July 31, 1940 C1, *2, 3 B and H (5); R (10); Bn (5), 1 (10); C (15).
       21-15 Equipment, Clothing and Tent Pitching Oct. 1, 1940 C1, 2, 3, *4, 5 Do.
       21-20 Physical Training Mar. 6, 1941   B (3); R (5); Bn (3), 1 (10); C (10).
       21-25 Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading Apr. 12, 1941 C1, 2, *3 D (3); B 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 44 (2); R 1, 2-7, 10, 17, 44 (5); Bn 1 (10), 2-7, 11, 17, 18, 19, 44 (5), 9, 10 (2); C 2, 5-7, 17, 19 (10), 1, 3, 4, 9-11, 18, 44 (5).
       21-26 Advanced Map and Aerial Photograph Reading Sept. 17, 1941  C1 D (3); B 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 17, 44 (2); R 1-7, 10, 17, 44 (5); Bn 1 (10), 2-7, 11, 17, 18, 44 (5), 9, 10 (2); C 2, 5-7, 17 (10), 1, 3, 4, 9-11, 18, 44 (5).
       2130 Conventional Signs, Military Symbols, and Abbreviations Nov. 26, 1941 C1, *25 B and H (5); R (10); Bn (5), 1 (10); C (10).
       21-35 Sketching June 1, 1939 C1 B and H (5); R (10); Bn 18 (5); Bn and L 111, 17, 19, 44 (5).
     †21-40 Defense Against Chemical Attack Sept. 7, 1942   B and H (5); R (10); Bn (5); Bn 1 (10); C (10).
       21-45 Protective Measures, Individuals and Small Units Mar. 10, 1942   Bn and H (5); Bn 1 (20); C (20).
       21-50 Military Courtesy and Discipline June 15, 1942 *C1 R and H (10); Bn (5), 1 (20); C (20).
       21-100 Soldier's Handbook July 23, 19416 C1, *2 C and H (5); X.
       21-105 Engineer Soldier's Handbook Mar. 12, 1941   D 2, 7, 17 (2); R 2, 7, 17 (5), 5 (10), 18 (2): Bn 5, 18 (3); C 5 (5); IC 18 (10); X.
       21-150 Unarmed Defense for the American Soldier June 30, 1942   D (5); R 1-10, 17, 44, (5); Bn 7 (1), 11, 18, 44 (5), 19 (10); C 7 (5), 19 (20).
       22-5 Infantry Drill Regulations Aug. 4, 1941 C1, *2 Bn and H (5); C (20).
       23-5 U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1 July 20, 1940 C1, 2, 3, *4, 5, 6 C and H (5); IC (20).
     *23-6 U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1917 (Enfield) Aug. 3, 1942 *C1 C and H (5); IC(20).
       23-7 U.S. Carbine, Caliber .30, M1 May 20, 1942 *C1, 2 C and H (5); IC (20)
       23-10 U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1903 Jan. 2, 1940 C1, 2, *3, 4, 5 Do.
       23-15 Browning Automatic Rifle, Caliber .30, M1918A2 with Bipod Aug. 27, 1940 C1, 2, *3, 4, 5 B 7 (2); R 3, 7 (10); Bn 3, 7 (5); C 7 (5), 9 (2); IC 3 (5), 7 (15).
       23-20 Browning Automatic Rifle, Caliber .30, M1918 without Bipod Oct. 1, 1940 C1, *2, 3 B 7 (2); R 3, 4, 6, 7 (10), 44 (5); IR 5 (10); Bn 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 44 (3); IBn 5 (3); IC 3-7, 44 (10); C 9(2).
       23-25 Bayonet, M1905 Jan. 2, 1940   R 4, 44 (5), 7 (15); Bn 4, 7, 19, 44 (5); C 4, 44 (10), 7, 19 (20), 9 (2); IC and H 5 (10).
       23-30 Grenades June 15, 1942 *C1, 2, 3 Bn and H 1-7, 9-11, 17-19, 44 (5); IC 2, 6, 7, 17, 18 (20), 3-5, 9, 11, 19, 44 (10); C 18 (3).
       23-35 Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911, and M1911A1 Apr. 30, 1940 C1, *2 Bn and H (5); Bn 1 (10); IC (10).
       23-36 Revolver, Colt, Caliber .45, M1917, and Revolver, Smith and Wesson, Caliber .45, M1917 Oct. 20, 1941 *C1 Bn and H (5); Bn 1 (10); IC (5).
       23-40 Thompson Submachine Gun, Caliber .45, M1928A1 Dec. 31, 1941 *C1 B1 (2), 2, 6, 17 (5), 7 (3); R 1, 18 (2), 2 (5), 7 (3), 17 (10); IR 5 (5), 6 (10); Bn 2, 9, 17, 18, 19 (5), 7, (3); IBn 1, 4, 5, 6, 11, 44 (5); C 9 (2), 17 (20), 18 (10); IC 2 (20), 4, 5, 6, 11, 44 (10), 7 (2), 19 (15).
       23-45 Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30, HB, M1919A4, Ground Aug. 14, 1940 C1, *2 Bn and H (5); IC 2, 5-7, 17 (15), 19 (15); C 9 (2).
     †23-50 Browning Machine Gun Caliber .30, HB, M1919A4 (Mounted in Combat Vehicles) Aug. 12, 1942 *C1 B and H 2, 7, 17 (5); R 2, 17 (10), 18 (5); IR 5, 6 (10); IBn 2, 5, 6, 11, 17 (5); Bn 18, (5); IC 2, 5, 6, 11, 17 (15); C 9 (2), 18 (5).
       23-55 Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30, M1917. June 20, 1940 C1, 2,*3 B1, 2, 4, 7, 17, 44 (2); R1 (2), 2, 4, 5, 7, 18, 44 (5); Bn 1 (2), 2, 7, 18, 19 (5); IBn 4, 5, 11, 44 (5); IC 2, 5, 7, 11 (20), 4, 19, 44 (15); C 9 (2).
       23-60 Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .50, HB, M2, Ground Sept. 25, 1940 C1, *2 R and H 2, 4, 7, 17, 44 (5); IR 5, 6 (5); Bn 2, 4, 7, 17 (3), 44 (5); IBn 5, 6, 11 (5); C 2 (3), 4, 44 (10), 17 (20); IC 2, 5-7 (10), 11 (5), 3 (3), 9 (2).
       23-65 Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .50, ,HB, M2 (Mounted in Combat Vehicles) Apr. 10, 1940 C1 B and H 2, 17 (5), 7 (3); R 2, 17, 18 (5); IR 6 (5); Bn 2, 17, 18, 19 (3); IBn 6, 11 (3); IC 2, 6, 11, 17, 19 (10); C 9 (2), 18 (10).
     †23-70 37-mm Gun, Antitank, M3. Nov. 28, 1942   B and H 2, 7, 17, 18 (5); IR 6 (5); IBn 2, 6, 7, 17 (5); Bn 18 (5); IC 2, 6, 7, 17 (15); C 9 (2), 18 (15).
       23-80 37-mm Gun, Tank, M5 (Mounted in Tanks) May 9, 1942 *C1 D 2, 7, 17 (8); R 17 (10), 18 (2); Bn 9, 18 (2), 17 (5); C 9, 18 (2), 17 (5); IC 17 (20).
       23-81 37-mm Gun, Tank, M6 (Mounted in Tanks) Apr. 3, 1942 *C1, 2, 3 Do.
     †23-85 60-mm Mortar, M2 Nov. 28, 1942   B 7 (2); R 7 (5); IC 7 (10); C 9 (2).
       2390 81-mm Mortar, M1 May 7, 1942   B and H 2, 7, 17 (3); R 2, 7, 17 (5); Bn 2, 7, 19 (3); IC 2, 7, 17, 19 (10); C 9 (2).
       2395 75-mm Tank Gun, M2 (Mounted on Medium Tank, M3) May 4, 1942   D 17 (6); R 17 (5); IBn 17 (3); IC 17 (10).
     †245 Signal Communication Oct. 19, 1942 (7) Bn and H 1-11, 17-19, 44 (5); C 11 (10); IC 1-7, 17-19, 44 (10), 11 (20).
       246 Radio Procedure Mar. 6, 1941 C1, 2, 3, 4, *5.8 Bn and H 1-7, 17, 18, 44 (5); Bn 11 (10), 18, 19 (5); IC 1-7, 17 (5); 11 (20), 19, 44 (10); C 18 (5).
     *24-9 Combined United States-British Radiotelephone (R/T) Procedure Dec. 28, 1942   D (3); B (5); R (5); Bn 1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 17, 18, 19 (3); IBn 1 (10), 2, 5 (3), 11 (5); IC 2-7, 9, 17, 18, 19 (10), 11 (20).
       24-10 Joint Army and Navy Radio Procedure Nov. 20, 1940 C1, 2, *3.9 D (3); B (2); R (5), 18 (3); Bn 1, 18, 19 (3); IBn 1 (15), 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 17, 44 (3); C 18 (3); IC 1, 2, 4-7, 9, 19, 44 (3), 17 (5), 11 (10).
       25-5 Animal Transport June 15, 1939 C1, *2 B and H 2, 6, 7 (5); R 2, 5-8, 10 (5); IBn and L 2, 3, 5-8, 10 (5).
       25-6 Dog Team Transportation Jan. 4, 1941   B (2); IR 5-7, 10 (5); IBn 5-10 (5); IC 5-11 (10); C 19 (10).
       25-10 Motor Transport Mar. 12, 1942 *C1, 2 B and H 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 44 (5); R (10); Bn (5); C 4, 5, 11, 17, 18, 44 (10); IC 2, 3, 6-10 (10).
       26-5 Interior Guard Duty Jan. 2, 1940 C1, 2, *3 Bn and H (5); C (20).
       27-5 Military Government July 30, 1940 *C1 D (20); Bn and H (2).
       27-10 Rules of Land Warfare Oct. 1, 1940   R and H (5); Bn (3).
       27-15 Military Law, Domestic Disturbances Feb. 6, 1941 C1 R and H (5); Bn and L (3); Bn 19 (5); C 19 (20).
       28-5 The Band Mar. 31, 1941 C1 B and H (2); R (3); IC (10).
       29-5 Military Police Dec. 8, 1941 C1, 2 R and H (2); Bn 18 (10); IBn and L 2, 17, 18 (10), 7 (15); C and H 19 (10); X.
 Military Intelligence—   
       30-5 Combat Intelligence Apr. 17, 1940 C1, *2 Bn and H (5); C (2); IC (5).
       30-10 Observation Nov. 30, 1940   Do.
       30-15 Examination of Enemy Personnel, Repatriates, Documents, and Matériel July 22, 1940 *C1 Do.
       30-20 Military Maps May 27, 1940 C1 Do.
       30-21 Role of Aerial Photography Nov. 1, 1940 C1, *2 Do.
     *30-22 Foreign Conventional Signs and Symbols July 7, 1942   Bn and H (1).
       30-25 Counterintelligence Feb. 15, 1940 C1, 2 Bn and H (5); C (2); IC (5).
       30-26 Regulations for Correspondents Accompanying U.S. Army Forces in the Field Jan. 21, 1942 C1,*2, 3 X.
     *30-27 Regulations for Technical Observers and Service Specialists Accompanying U.S. Army Forces in the Field Sept. 3, 1942   X.
       30-30 Identification of U.S. Government Aircraft Feb. 21, 1942   D (6); B (5); R (10); Bn (5); C (10).
       30-31 Identification of British Aircraft Aug. 1, 1941   X.10
       30-34 Identification of Soviet Russian Aircraft July 18, 1941   X.
       30-35 Identification of German Aircraft Mar. 11, 1942   Bn and H (5); C (10).
       30-38 Identification of Japanese Aircraft Mar. 16, 1942   Do.
       30-39 Identification of Italian Aircraft Oct. 24, 1941   Do.
       30-40 Identification of United States Armored Vehicles May 21, 1941 C1 D (3); B (5); R 1, 3, 4, 10, 18, 44 (5), 2, 5-7, 17 (10); Bn 2, 5-7, 9, 19 (10), 17 (15), 18, 44 (5); IBn 7 (15); C 2, 3, 6, 7, 9 (5), 17, 18 (15), 44 (10); IC 2, 7, 19 (15).
       30-41 Identification of British Armored Vehicles May 27, 1941   X.
     †30-42 Identification of Foreign Armored Vehicles, German, Japanese, Russian, and Italian Oct. 3, 1942   D (3); B (5); R 1, 3, 4, 10, 44 (5), 2, 5-7, 17 (10); Bn 2, 5-7, 9 (10), 17 (15), 44 (5); IBn 4 (5), 18 (15); C 2, 3, 6, 7, 9 (5), 17 (15), 44 (10); IC 2, 18 (15).
       3050 Identification of United States Naval Vessels Oct. 11, 1941   R and H 1 (6); R 4 (5); Bn 4 (3); IBn 1 (4); C and H 18 (3); C 4 (10).
       3051 Identification of British Naval Ships Dec. 29, 1941   R and H 1 (10), 4 (3); Bn 4 (5); IBn 1 (15); C and H 18 (3); C 4 (5).
       3053 Identification of French Naval Vessels Mar. 7, 1942   X.
       3055 Identification of German Naval Ships June 19, 1941   R and H 1 (10), 4, 18 (3); Bn 18 (3); IBn 1 (15); C and H 4 (5); C 18 (3).
       3058 Identification of Japanese Naval Vessels Dec. 29, 1941   D 1 (6); B 1 (5); R 1 (10), 18 (3); Bn and H 4 (5); IBn 1 (10); Bn 18 (3); IC 4 (15); C 18 (3).
       315 Landing Operations on Hostile Shores June 2, 1941 C1 X.10
       3110 Coast Defense July 12, 1941   D (6); B (5); IB 1, 4, 6, 17, 44 (10); R 17, 10, 17, 44 (10), 18 (5); Bn 9, 11 (3), 18(5).
       31-15 Operations in Snow and Extreme Cold Sept. 18, 1941 C1 B and H (6); R 18 (5); R and L (3).
       31-20 Jungle Warfare Dec. 15, 1941 C1, *2, 3, 4 Do.
       31-25 Desert Operations Mar. 14, 1942 *C1, 2 B and H (6); R 18 (5); R and L (3); IC 17 (5).
       31-30 Tactics and Technique of Air-Borne Troops May 20, 1942   R and H (5); Bn and L 1-8, 10, 11, 17, 18 (3); Bn (5); C (20).
       31-35 Aviation in Support of Ground Forces Apr. 9, 1942   B and H (6); R 18 (5), 1, 5, 17, 44 (4); Bn 1, 5, 17, 44 (4); C 5 (2); IC 11 (10).
 FIELD SERVICE REGULATIONS   
       100-5 Operations May 22, 1941 *C1, 2 R and H (10); Bn and L (5).
       100-10 Administration Dec. 9, 1940 C1, 2, *3 Do.
       100-15 Larger Units June 29, 1942 *C1 D (10); B (5); R (5); Bn (2).
 STAFF OFFICERS' FIELD MANUAL   
       101-5 The Staff and Combat Orders Aug. 19, 1940 C1, 2, *3, 4, 5 R and H (10); Bn and L (5).
       101-10 Organization, Technical and Logistical Data June 15, 1941 (11) D (15); B (10); R (10); Bn (5).
     *E101-10  Enemy Forces: Organization, Technical, and Logistical Data Oct. 1, 1942   Do.
 UMPIRE MANUAL   
       105-5 Umpire Manual Apr. 23, 1942   D (5); B (5); R (3); Bn 2-7, 9-11, 17, 18 (1); C 2-7, 9, 11, 17, 18 (1).
       105-6 Aviation Umpire Manual May 30, 1942   R and H (5); Bn 1 (5); C1 (1).

* Asterisk indicates pamphlet or change not listed in FM 21-6, July 1, 1942.
† Dagger indicates pamphlet revised since July 1, 1942.
1 Training Circular No. 19, War Department, 1941, and Training Circular No. 34, War Department, 1942.
2 Section I, Training Circular No. 18, War Department, 1942.
3 Section III, Training Circular No. 24, War Department, 1941.
4 Section II, Training Circular No. 55, War Department, 1941.
5 Section I, Training Circular No. 54, War Department, 1942.
6 No initial distribution of this manual was made. Replacement of copies now in hands of individuals is not contemplated.
7 Section I, Training Circular No. 107, War Department, 1942.
8 Section II, Training Circular No. 44, War Department, 1942, and Training Circular No. 77, War Department, 1942.
9 Training Circular No. 77, War Department, 1942.
10 This manual is distributed only to interested headquarters and to individuals whose duties require they have it. The manual must be safeguarded in accordance with the provisions of AR 380-5.
11 Section II, Training Circular No. 1; section I, Training Circular No. 73, War Department, 1942.

 


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