FM 100-63 PDF

FM Preface. This manual is one of a series that describes a capabilities- based Opposing Force (OPFOR) for training US Army commanders, staffs, and. This manual is one of a series that describes a capabilities-based Opposing Force (OPFOR) for training US Army commanders, staffs, and units. If not, the infantry-based forces of FM may better fit training needs. . Likewise, some types of OPFOR described in FM can.

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The militia could receive additional combat support and combat service support assets from the district, but this would be extremely rare. The main discriminator in capability here is the chassis. During wartime, rear area security is their primary mission.

The following organization chart represents the types of logistics units and facilities that may be available.

If the trainer finds himself building multiple standing divisions and armies, it may be that FM better suits his training needs. Such a force may be part of or sponsored by a wealthy criminal element or have the backing of a wealthy outside power. The high-technology end of the armor- and mechanized-based OPFOR approaches the level termed complex, adaptive 100-3. Divisions mobilized from the reserves may draw the combat support and combat service support shown above from reserves or receive them from the national assets pool.

During times of cri- sis and wartime, the Directorate is also responsible for finding and neutralizing dissidents and spies. These figures vary widely from unit to unit, although separate brigades tend to field more goggles in combat support and combat service support units than do divisional brigades. Leopard- 1 Armored Engineer Vehicle V.

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This facili- tates support to tactical units.

Infantry-Based Opposing Force — FM 100-63

Other general-purpose trucks may serve as ambulances. National air defense forces. The reconnaissance aviation squadrons of this regiment may have reconnaissance variants of the following aircraft: Some motorized infantry or infantry battalions may have a mortar battery with nine mm mortars p.

DIM 9 9 Mineclearer. For example, a region could have two districts composed of separate brigades and one district with a standing divi- The region has no organic artillery at region level. Armies, corps, and army groups can vary widely in their strengths and capabilities. It can also have any mix of three platoons from those three types of air defense units.

A brigade may deploy about 27 to 45 SPF teams. See Combat Helicopter Regiment. Opposing Force Equipment Guide. Must have stuff listed as classified? In keeping with its behind-the-lines missions, the SPF team is lightly equipped. Standing divisions have the assets shown above, even before mobilization.

Infantry-Based Opposing Force — FM

Commando battalions are organic to the Special Operations Command and the better- equipped districts, including the Capital Defense Forces. It contains no maneuver forces but rather a variety of combat support and combat service support assets.

However, most have three signal battalions identical to those organic to divisions and districts p. These regions, or an expeditionary army which could form in one region, constitute the operational level of forces. In that case, the region would retain the special- ized engineer battalions at region level and suballocate the combat engineer battalion s to sub- ordinate districts or divisions.

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Therefore, the following organization chart merely outlines the types of units that may be able available for allocation. In a motorized infantry battalion, one utility truck and three light trucks from the brigade-level weapons transport company p.

How- ever, they are capable of projecting military power only within their region.

Such groups cannot, or will not, invest in the weapons and technology nec- 100-6 to keep pace with the best militaries in their regions. However, such a division would probably receive additional support from national-level engineer organizations. Only the BTM se- ries and the M are tracked. In most cases, the unit listed first is the norm, but the other alternative is an option.

Movement of the weapons company re- quires 3 utility trucks and 12 light trucks. Such an army, mobilized in one military region to conduct large-scale offensive operations, may include divisions resubordinated from other regions or dis- tricts, 4. fn

The organization chart above shows the typical mix of battery types in a composite artil- lery battalion. References-1 Index Page numbers in bold type indicate the main entry for a particular unit; this page usually includes an organization chart and list of principal items of equipment for the indexed unit. Each soldier normally has an assault rifle, a silenced rm, a knife, and up to eight hand grenades of various types.