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AH-1W Cobra Primary Function and Mission

PF: Attack helicopter
Mission: Fire support and security for forward and rear area forces

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CH-46E Sea Knight Primary Function and Mission

PF: Medium lift assault support helicopter
Mission: In a Marine Medium Helicopter (HMM) squadron is to provide all-weather, day/night, night vision goggle amphibious and subsequent operations ashore.

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CH-46E Sea Knight Crew and Payload

Crew: 4- pilot, copilot, crew chief, and 1st mechanic/aerial gunner
Payload:
-Passengers: 9-16 Combat Troops
-Medical Evac: 15 litters and 2 attendants

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CH-53D Sea Stallion Primary Function and Mission

PF: Transportation of equipment and supplies during the ship-to-shore movement of an amphibious assault and during subsequent operations ashore.
Mission: Transportation of equipment, supplies and personnel during the assault phase of an amphibious operation and subsequent operations ashore.

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AH-1W Cobra Crew and Armament

Crew: 2 Officers
Armament: 1 20MM turreted cannon with 750 rounds

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CH-53D Sea Stallion Crew, Armament and Passenger Load

Crew: pilot, copilot, crew chief, and 1st mechanic/aerial gunner
Armament: 2 .50 cal machine guns
Passenger Load:
-Normal: 37
-Normal + Centerline Seats: 55

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CH-53E Super Sea Stallion Primary Function and Mission

PF: Transportation of heavy equipment and supplies during the ship-to-shore movement of an amphibious assault and during subsequent operations ashore.
Mission: designed to transport material and supplies

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CH-53E Super Sea Stallion Crew, Armament and Passenger Load

Crew: pilot, copilot, crew chief, and 1st mechanic/aerial gunner
Armament: 2 .50 cal machine guns
Passenger Load:
-Normal: 37
-Normal + Centerline Seats: 55

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CH-53E Super Sea Stallion can fly for how long?

Due to the refueling probe, it can be refueled during flight giving them indefinite range.

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UH-1N Huey Primary Function and Mission

PF: Utility helicopter
Mission: Airborne command and control

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UH-1N Huey Crew, Armament and Patient Load

Crew: 2 Officers and 2 Enlisted
Armament: M-240 or .50 cal or 7.62mm automatic gun
Patient Load: 6 litter patients and 1 medical attendant

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MV-22B Osprey Primary Function and Mission

PF: Amphibious assault transport of troops, equipment and supplies from assault ships and land bases.
Mission: Marine Corps Assault Support

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MV-22B Osprey will replace what?

CH-46E Sea Knight and CH-53D Sea Stallion

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EA-6B Prowler Primary Function and Mission

PF: Airborne Electronic Warfare support to FMF forces to include electronic attack(EA), tactical electronic support(ES), electronic protection(EP) and high speed anti-radiation missile(HARM)
Mission: Used to collect tactical electronic order of battle (EOB) data which can be recorded and processed after missions to provide updates to various orders of battle

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EA-6B Prowler Crew, Armament and Patient Load

Crew- 4 (officers)
Armament- ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System(TJS); USQ-113 Communications Jammer, High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM)
Patient Load- 0

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AV-8B Harrier II Primary Function and Mission

PF: Attack and destroy surface targets under day and night visual conditions.
Mission: The VMA STOVL squadron is to attack and destroy surface and air targets, to escort helicopters, and to conduct other such air operations as directed.

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AV-8B Harrier II Crew, Armament and Patient Load

Crew: 1
Armament: GAU-12 25mm six-barrel gun with a 300 round capacity
Patient Load-0

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KC-130F/R/T Hercules Primary Function and Mission

PF: In-flight refueling; tactical transport
Mission: Is a multi-role, multi-mission tactical tanker/transport which provides the support required by MAGTF

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KC-130F/R/T Hercules Crew

2 Pilots, 1 navigator/systems operator, 1 flight engineer, 1 first mechanic, 1-2 loadmaster

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F-18A/B/C Hornet Primary Function and Mission

PF: Intercept and destroy enemy aircraft under all-weather conditions and attack and destroy surface targets.
Mission:
-Intercept and destroy enemy aircraft in conjunction with ground or airborne fighter control under all-weather conditions .
-Conduct day and night close air support under the weather

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F-18A/B/C Hornet Crew

Crew-1

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F-18D Hornet Primary Function and Mission

PF: Attack and destroy surface targets, day or night, under all weather conditions; conduct multi-sensor imagery reconnaissance; provide supporting arms coordination; and intercept and destroy enemy aircraft under all weather conditions.

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LHA Info

Class: Tarawa
LCAC: 1
Purpose: Centerpiece of multi-ship Amphibious Readiness Group
(ARG composed of approximately 5,000)

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LHD info

Class: Wasp
LCAC: 3
Allowed to carry two more helicopters then LHA
LARGEST AMPHIBIOUS SHIP

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LPD info

Class: Austin
Combines functions of 3 different classes (LSD),(LST) and (LKA)
Configured as a flagship and the command and control
Primary Control Ship

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LSD info

Primary Mission: Harpers Ferry (cargo variant) ship is to dock, transport and launch the Navy's Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) vessels
The ship may act as primary control ship during Amphibious Assault

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LCAC info

It transports weapons systems, equipment, cargo, and personnel from ship to shore and across the beach. It can carry 60-75 ton payload.

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T-AH(sealift) info

Two Hospital Ships (Mercy and Comfort)
Two Missions-
(1) provide a mobile, flexible, rapidly responsive afloat medical capability w/acute medical and surgical care
(2) provide a full-service hospital asset for use by other government agencies involved in the support of disaster relief and humanitarian operations

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T-AK 3000(sealift) info

Class- CPL Louis J. Hauge JR
Sustain MAGTF for 30 days
Can Land CH-53E helicopters

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What's MOOTW stand for?

Military Operations Other Than War

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Examples of MOOTW

Combating Terrorism
Arms Control
Humanitarian Assistance
Security Assistance
Peace Operations
Preventive Diplomacy
Protection of Shipping

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MOUT definition

Is military operations within built up areas (i.e. Cities/towns) in an urban setting

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Stalingrad

(1942-1943)
Cost the attacking Germans dearly

Length of battle: greater than 30 days

Casualties: 1,630,00+

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Berlin

(1945)
Last Battle of WWII in Europe

Length of battle: 14-30 days

Casualties: thousands

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Seoul

(1950)
U.S. and Republic of Korea(ROK) forces recaptured the South Korean capital. Centered on seizure of street barricades rather than buildings

Length of battle: 6-13 days

Casualties: Marines, 2,383; others, in thousands

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Quang Tri I and II

(1972)
1972 winter-spring offensive was the capture of Quang Tri (northernmost major city in South Vietnam)

Quang Tri I - NVA overwhelmed the Army, Republic of Vietnam (ARVN)

Quang Tri II - the city was recaptured by a smaller ARVN force using extensive artillery and air support.

Length of battle: I (6-13 days) II (30 days or greater)

Casualties: battles combined, 30,000+

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Noncombatants impact on Urban Warfare

Mobility (plan routes)
Firepower (limited)
Security (increases security)
Obstacle Employment (booby-traps)

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OMFTS (Operational Maneuver from the Sea)

-Focuses on operational objective
-Uses the sea as maneuver space
-Generates overwhelming tempo and momentum
-Pits strength against weakness
-Emphasizes intelligence, deceptions, and flexibility
-Integrates all organic, joint, and combined assests