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  • These are often the product of situational obstacles, such as scatterable mines.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 4 Defensive Operations

  • The Information Operations Roadmap (IOR) recommends that psychological operations (Psyops) “should consider a range of technologies to disseminate propaganda in enemy territory: unmanned aerial vehicles, "miniaturized, scatterable public address systems", wireless devices, cellular phones and the internet.”

    News Not Fit to Print: US Coup Planned for Venezuela?

  • The Information Operations Roadmap (IOR) recommends that psychological operations (Psyops) "should consider a range of technologies to disseminate propaganda in enemy territory: unmanned aerial vehicles," miniaturized, scatterable public address systems ", wireless devices, cellular phones and the internet."

    The Pentagon��s War on the Internet

  • Rapidly laid and scatterable AT mines in support of maneuver operations will predominate on most future battlefields.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 12 Engineer Support

  • Artillery or air delivery of scatterable mines may supplement, or even on occasion replace, these efforts.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 4 Army Group Offensive Operations

  • For targets detected on the move, the RSC might use artillery-delivered scatterable mines to fix the target in place and then engage it with precision weapons or advanced conventional munitions.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 9 Artillery Support

  • The advent of remotely delivered, scatterable mines has increased the threat to the rear area.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 12 Engineer Support

  • This attack may be followed by scatterable mines, and perhaps persistent chemical bombardment, to close runways and taxiways until aviation strike groupings can arrive.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 10 Air Support

  • Deliver scatterable mines to close lanes and gaps in obstacles, to disrupt or prevent enemy breaching operations, to disrupt enemy movement at choke points, or to separate or isolate enemy echelons.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 4 Defensive Operations

  • FA field artillery FAC forward air controller FAO foreign area officer FASCAM family of scatterable mines FAX facsimile FDC fire direction center FIDAF foreign internal defense augmentation force FID foreign internal defense FIST fire support team FM field manual; frequency modulation FMS foreign military sales FO forward observer FRAGO fragmentary order FSCM fire support coordination measures FSCOORD fire support coordinator FSE fire support element FSO fire support officer

    FM 7-98 Glossary

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