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A Soldiers Guide, FM 7-21-13, U.S. Army

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  • Release Date: 1 Jan. 2013
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  • THE SOLDIER'S GUIDE, FM 7-21.13
  • This Field Manual is dedicated to the men and women of the United States Army in the active component, the Army National Guard and the US Army Reserve-altogether America's finest fighting machine. You are the soldiers that fight and win the Nation's wars. Be proud.
  • FM 7-21.13, The Soldier's Guide, is a pocket reference for subjects in which all soldiers must maintain proficiency, regardless of rank, component or military occupational specialty (MOS). It condenses information from other field manuals, training circulars, soldier training publications, Army regulations, and other sources. It addresses both general subjects and selected combat tasks. While not all-inclusive or intended as a stand-alone document, the guide offers soldiers a ready reference in many subjects.
  • FM 7-21.13 is divided into seven chapters. Chapter 1 describes the importance of Army Values and the obligations of every soldier. Chapter 2 provides a short history of the Army and examines the environment in which it operates. Chapter 3 addresses the duties, responsibilities and authority of the soldier, how to present a military appearance, and an introduction to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The importance of customs, courtesies, and traditions is in Chapter 4. The soldier's role in training and a brief description of training management are in Chapter 5. Chapter 6 discusses the importance of counseling and professional development. The benefits of serving in the Army are described in Chapter 7. The appendices contain specific combat tasks that are important to every soldier and information on programs the Army offers to assist soldiers and their family members.
  • Front Cover
  • Inside Front Cover
  • FIGURES
  • TABLES
  • VIGNETTES
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • PREFACE
  • INTRODUCTION
  • Chapter 1 THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER'S ROLE IN THE ARMY
  • Section I - The Warrior Ethos and Army Values
  • Section II - The Team
  • Chapter 2 THE ARMY AND THE NATION
  • Section I - A Short History of the US Army
  • Section II - The Operational Environment
  • Section III - How the US Government Works
  • Chapter 3 DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND AUTHORITY OF THE SOLDIER
  • Section I - Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority
  • Section II - Wear and Appearance
  • Section III - Uniform Code of Military Justice
  • Section IV - Standards of Conduct
  • Chapter 4 CUSTOMS, COURTESIES, AND TRADITIONS
  • Customs
  • Courtesies
  • Traditions
  • Chapter 5 TRAINING
  • Section I - Army Training Management
  • Section II - Individual Training
  • Section III - Force Protection
  • Chapter 6 DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Section I - Developmental Counseling
  • Section II - Professional Development
  • Section III - Retention and Reenlistment
  • Chapter 7 BENEFITS OF SERVICE
  • Section I - Pay and Allowances
  • Section II - Housing
  • Section III - Health
  • Section IV - Financial Readiness and Planning
  • Section V - Education
  • Section VI - Relocation Assistance
  • Section VII - Legal Issues
  • Section VIII - After the Army
  • Appendix A SELECTED COMBAT TASKS
  • Appendix B ARMY PROGRAMS
  • Appendix C CEREMONIES
  • Appendix D INTERNET RESOURCES
  • Appendix E PROFESSIONAL READING
  • Appendix F ARMS AND SERVICES OF THE ARMY
  • SOURCE NOTES
  • GLOSSARY
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • AUTHENTICATION
  • Inside Back Cover
  • Back Cover

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THE SOLDIER’S GUIDE, FM 7-21.13

This Field Manual is dedicated to the men and women of the United States Army in the active component, the Army National Guard and the US Army Reserve—altogether America’s finest fighting machine. You are the soldiers that fight and win the Nation’s wars. Be proud.

FM 7-21.13, The Soldier’s Guide, is a pocket reference for subjects in which all soldiers must maintain proficiency, regardless of rank, component or military occupational specialty (MOS). It condenses information from other field manuals, training circulars, soldier training publications, Army regulations, and other sources. It addresses both general subjects and selected combat tasks. While not all-inclusive or intended as a stand-alone document, the guide offers soldiers a ready reference in many subjects.

FM 7-21.13 is divided into seven chapters. Chapter 1 describes the importance of Army Values and the obligations of every soldier. Chapter 2 provides a short history of the Army and examines the environment in which it operates. Chapter 3 addresses the duties, responsibilities and authority of the soldier, how to present a military appearance, and an introduction to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The importance of customs, courtesies, and traditions is in Chapter 4. The soldier’s role in training and a brief description of training management are in Chapter 5. Chapter 6 discusses the importance of counseling and professional development. The benefits of serving in the Army are described in Chapter 7. The appendices contain specific combat tasks that are important to every soldier and information on programs the Army offers to assist soldiers and their family members.


Front Cover
Inside Front Cover
FIGURES
TABLES
VIGNETTES
ILLUSTRATIONS
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER'S ROLE IN THE ARMY
Section I – The Warrior Ethos and Army Values
Section II – The Team
Chapter 2 THE ARMY AND THE NATION
Section I – A Short History of the US Army
Section II – The Operational Environment
Section III – How the US Government Works
Chapter 3 DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND AUTHORITY OF THE SOLDIER
Section I – Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority
Section II – Wear and Appearance
Section III – Uniform Code of Military Justice
Section IV – Standards of Conduct
Chapter 4 CUSTOMS, COURTESIES, AND TRADITIONS
Customs
Courtesies
Traditions
Chapter 5 TRAINING
Section I – Army Training Management
Section II – Individual Training
Section III – Force Protection
Chapter 6 DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Section I – Developmental Counseling
Section II – Professional Development
Section III – Retention and Reenlistment
Chapter 7 BENEFITS OF SERVICE
Section I – Pay and Allowances
Section II – Housing
Section III – Health
Section IV – Financial Readiness and Planning
Section V – Education
Section VI – Relocation Assistance
Section VII – Legal Issues
Section VIII – After the Army
Appendix A SELECTED COMBAT TASKS
Appendix B ARMY PROGRAMS
Appendix C CEREMONIES
Appendix D INTERNET RESOURCES
Appendix E PROFESSIONAL READING
Appendix F ARMS AND SERVICES OF THE ARMY
SOURCE NOTES
GLOSSARY
BIBLIOGRAPHY
AUTHENTICATION
Inside Back Cover
Back Cover



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