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Reverse Planning Process Military Police Airborne Structure Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Boundaries and Task Organization The complex operation was centrally planned due to the need for thoroughly synchronized operations.

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Leaders must be innovative and flexible when employing their units. Usually, the enemy can respond fastest by air, so rapid establishment of air defense is critical. The more territory an airborne operation covers, the greater the need for a long-range weather forecast system.

Airborne forces, when augmented with appropriate combat, CS, and CSS, can conduct sustained combat operations against any enemy. F, decisive action with a small force can succeed early where a fully assembled force cannot succeed later. 9-026


90-226 Defense Against Chemical Attack When properly exploited, it can increase the combat potential of the unit and support the achievement of surprise.

A mutual understanding of the peculiarities, capabilities, and limitations of both air and ground assets by all leaders involved is critical. Airborne forces can be employed anywhere in the theater of war.

Logistical Planning Considerations They are the combined arms integrators closest to the fight. They can be employed as a deterrent or combat 9-026.

Airborne Operations FM 90 26

After the initial assault, airborne engineer units are prepared to improve or create landing areas for follow-on units, equipment, and supplies. Unity of command takes precedence over all other C 2 considerations.

Commanders must develop contingency plans for possible follow-on operations. Development of the Ground Tactical Plan He must also consider the locations and capabilities of enemy 990-26 forces 990-26 the objective. Airborne forces execute parachute assaults to destroy the enemy and to seize and hold important objectives until linkup is accomplished. Conduct of the Assault Ability to mass rapidly on critical targets.


Airborne Operations (FM 90-26)

Types of Missions 90–26 all, they must personally lead their unit to success in close combat. Airborne forces are vulnerable to enemy attack while en route to the DZ.

From their origins early in World War II, the US Army’s airborne forces have dramatically demonstrated their responsiveness and flexibility many times on DZs and battlefields all over the world. The airborne commander and his staff must understand the fundamentals of airborne operations to plan 9-026 execute a successful airborne assault.

Their 9-26 depends on the mission to be accomplished and the time, soldiers, and aircraft available. Air Defense Artillery Elements Place of Delivery Commander’s Estimate of the Situation Selection of Departure Airfields