Change 1 to FM 5-71-2/3

Birchmeier, Joe
April 1997
Engineer;Apr97, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p27
Trade Publication
Discusses the corrections done to the format of engineer unit operations orders (OPORD) in Appendix B of FM 5-71-2, Armored Task Force Engineer Combat Operations, and Appendix D of FM 57-71-3, Brigade Engineer Combat Operations (Armored) of the United States Army. Problem with the format of the operations orders; Changes developed with the OPORD; Date of completion for the passing of the changed copies.


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