FROM THE MANUAL'S PREFACE:
This Army Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (ATTP) is intended to help company-level leaders understand the principles and techniques of camouflage, concealment, and decoys (CCD). To remain viable, all units must apply CCD to personnel and equipment. Ignoring a threat’s ability to detect friendly operations on the battlefield is shortsighted and dangerous. Friendly units enhance their survivability capabilities if they are well versed in CCD principles and techniques.
CCD is equal in importance to marksmanship, maneuver, and mission. It is an integral part of a soldier’s duty. CCD encompasses individual and unit efforts such as movement, light, and noise discipline; letter control; dispersal; and deception operations. Each soldier’s actions must contribute to the unit’s overall CCD posture to maximize effectiveness.
Increased survivability is the goal of a CCD plan. A unit commander must encourage each soldier to think of survivability and CCD as synonymous terms. Training soldiers to recognize this correlation instills a greater appreciation of CCD values.
This publication applies to the Active Army, Army National Guard (ARNG)/Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS), and the United States Army Reserve (USAR) unless otherwise stated.
SOURCE: ATTP 3-34.39 (FM 20-3)/MCRP 3-17.6A
PUBLICATION/REVISION DATE: November 2010
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CHAPTER 1: BASICS
CHAPTER 2: THREAT
CHAPTER 3: FUNDAMENTALS
CHAPTER 4: OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 5: DEFENSIVE OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 6: HIGH-VALUE TARGETS
CHAPTER 7: SPECIAL ENVIRONMENTS
APPENDIX A: METRIC CONVERSION CHART
APPENDIX B: GUIDELINES FOR TACTICAL STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
APPENDIX C: CAMOUFLAGE REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES
APPENDIX D: INDIVIDUAL CAMOUFLAGE, CONCEALMENT, AND DECOYS
APPENDIX E: STANDARD CAMOUFLAGE MATERIALS
APPENDIX F: THE GENEVA EMBLEM AND CAMOUFLAGE OF MEDICAL FACILITIES
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