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What is an amphibious operation ?
An attack that is launched from the sea by naval and landing forces .
What are two major disadvantages of staging an amphibious operation?
First , combat power ashore starts from zero capability
Secondly , there is great vulnerability during the earlu phase of assult
What are the advantages of an amphibious operation ?
MOBILITY AND FLEXIBILITY
what is the primary type of amphibious operation ?
What is the primary mission of an amphibious assault ?
Establishing a landing force on a hostile shore
What is the major difference between an amphibious raid and an amphibious assault ?
An amphibious raid is temporarily followed by a withdrawal VS as amphibious assault establishes landing forces on the shore .
What are the five amphibious operation phases?
PLANNING , EMBARKATION , REHEARSAL , MOVEMENT AND ASSAULT .
At what point does the planning phase of an amphibious operation commence ?
With the initiating directive
At what point is the adequacy of an amphibious plan determined
During the rehearsal phase
The touchdown report is made on what net
What charge is used for defilade fire ?
A reduced charge
What PRO WORD indicates an error was noted during read back on supporting arms coordination nets ?
" WRONG " followed by the error correction
Who is responsible for maintaining the fire mission status board ?
The radiotelephone talker
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