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List of United States Army Field Manuals

List of United States Army Field Manuals contain information about variety of Field Manuals.

Abbreviations and Keys

  • ADP # means Army Doctrine Publication No. #;
  • FM # means Field Manual No. #;
  • DA means Department of the Army;
  • GPO means Government Printing Office;
  • HQ, DA means Headquarters, Department of the Army;
  • WD means War Department.
Keys
Odd-numbered revised release of edition.
Initial or even-numbered revised release of edition.
Even-numbered edition.
Initial or Odd-numbered edition.

Two capstones

ADP 1 and ADP 3–0 are the two capstones of U.S. Army's field manuals.[1]

ADP 1 (FM 1, FM 100–1)

ADP 1
Status FM code Title Order Date Official (or De facto) superseding note Signed by
ACTIVE ADP 1
(incl. C1 and C2)
ADP 1, The Army
(with included Changes No. 1 and No. 2)
6 August 2013[2] This publication supersedes FM 1, 14 June 2005. Raymond T. Odierno
INACTIVE ADP 1 (incl. C1) ADP 1, The Army (with included Change No. 1) 7 November 2012[3] This publication supersedes FM 1, 14 June 2005. Raymond T. Odierno
INACTIVE ADP 1 (FM 1) ADP 1, The Army 17 September 2012[4] This publication supersedes FM 1, 14 June 2005. Raymond T. Odierno
INACTIVE FM 1 FM 1, The Army 14 June 2005[5] This publication supersedes FM 1, 14 June 2001. Peter J. Schoomaker
INACTIVE FM 1 FM 1, The Army 14 June 2001[6] This publication supersedes FM 100–1, 14 June 1994. Eric K. Shinseki
INACTIVE FM 100–1 FM 100–1, The Army 14 June 1994[7] This publication supersedes FM 100–1, 10 December 1991. Gordon R. Sullivan
INACTIVE FM 100–1 FM 100–1, The Army 10 December 1991[8] This publication supersedes FM 100–1, 29 August 1986. Gordon R. Sullivan
INACTIVE FM 100–1 FM 100–1, The Army 29 August 1986[9] This publication supersedes FM 100–1, 14 August 1981. John A. Wickham, Jr.
INACTIVE FM 100–1 FM 100–1, The Army 14 August 1981[10] This publication supersedes FM 100–1, 29 September 1978. Edward C. Meyer
INACTIVE FM 100–1 FM 100–1, The Army 29 September 1978[11] De facto: Initial Release. Bernard W. Rogers

ADP 3–0 (FM 3–0, FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations)

ADP 3–0
Status FM code Title Order Date Official (or De facto) superseding note Signed by
ACTIVE ADP 3–0 (FM 3–0) ADP 3–0, Unified Land Operations 10 October 2011[12] This manual supersedes FM 3–0, dated 27 February 2008
and Change 1, dated 22 February 2011.
Raymond T. Odierno
INACTIVE FM 3–0 (incl. C1) FM 3–0, Operations (with included Change 1) 22 February 2011[13] This publication supersedes FM 3–0, 14 June 2001. Martin E. Dempsey
INACTIVE FM 3–0 FM 3–0, Operations 27 February 2008[14] This publication supersedes FM 3–0, 14 June 2001. William S. Wallace
INACTIVE FM 3–0
(formerly FM 100–5)
FM 3–0, Operations 14 June 2001[15] This publication supersedes FM 100–5, 14 June 1993. Eric K. Shinseki
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations 14 June 1993[16] This publication supersedes FM 100–5, 5 May 1986. Gordon R. Sullivan
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations 5 May 1986[17] This publication supersedes FM 100–5, 20 August 1982. John A. Wickham, Jr.
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations 20 August 1982[18] This publication supersedes FM 100–5, 1 July 1976. Edward C. Meyer
INACTIVE C1, FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations (with included Change No. 1) 29 April 1977[19] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 6 September 1968,
including all changes.
Bernard W. Rogers
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations 1 July 1976[20] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 6 September 1968,
including all changes.
Fred C. Weyand
INACTIVE C1, FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations of Army Forces in The Field
(with included Change No. 1)
17 December 1971[21] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 19 February 1962,
including all changes.
W. C. Westmoreland
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Operations of Army Forces in The Field 6 September 1968[22] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 19 February 1962,
including all changes.
W. C. Westmoreland
INACTIVE C1, FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Change No. 1)
7 February 1964[23] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 27 September 1954,
including C 1, 16 December 1954, C 2, 27 July 1956, and C 3, 24 January 1958.
Earle G. Wheeler
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations 19 February 1962[24] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 27 September 1954,
including C 1, 16 December 1954, C 2, 27 July 1956, and C 3, 24 January 1958.
George H. Decker
INACTIVE FM 100–5
(incl. C1, C2, and C3)
FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Changes No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3)
24 January 1958[25] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 15 August 1949,
including C 1, 25 July 1952.
Maxwell D. Taylor
INACTIVE FM 100–5
(incl. C1 and C2)
FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Changes No. 1 and No. 2)
27 July 1956[26] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 15 August 1949,
including C 1, 25 July 1952.
Maxwell D. Taylor
INACTIVE FM 100–5 (incl. C1) FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Change No. 1)
16 December 1954[27] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 15 August 1949,
including C 1, 25 July 1952.
M. B. Ridgway
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations 27 September 1954[28] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 15 August 1949,
including C 1, 25 July 1952.
M. B. Ridgway
INACTIVE FM 100–5 (incl. C1) FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Change No. 1)
25 July 1952[29] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 15 June 1944. J. Lawton Collins
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations 15 August 1949[30] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 15 June 1944. Omar N. Bradley
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations 15 June 1944[31] This manual supersedes FM 100–5, 22 May 1941,
including C 1, 16 September 1942; C 2, 12 November 1942; and C 3, 26 April 1943.
G. C. Marshall
INACTIVE FM 100–5
(incl. C1, C2, and C3)
FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Changes No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3)
26 April 1943[32] These regulations supersede FM 100–5, Tentative Field Service Regulations, Operations, October 1, 1939. G. C. Marshall
INACTIVE FM 100–5
(incl. C1 and C2)
FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Changes No. 1 and No. 2)
12 November 1942[33] These regulations supersede FM 100–5, Tentative Field Service Regulations, Operations, October 1, 1939. G. C. Marshall
INACTIVE FM 100–5
(incl. C1)
FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations
(with included Change No. 1)
16 September 1942[34] These regulations supersede FM 100–5, Tentative Field Service Regulations, Operations, October 1, 1939. G. C. Marshall
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Field Service Regulations, Operations 22 May 1941[35] These regulations supersede FM 100–5, Tentative Field Service Regulations, Operations, October 1, 1939. G. C. Marshall
INACTIVE FM 100–5 FM 100–5, Tentative Field Service Regulations, Operations 1 October 1939[36] These regulations supersede Field Service Regulations, 1923. G. C. Marshall
INACTIVE FSR[i] 1923 Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1923 2 November 1923[37] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 19 March 1914,
including all changes and various editions.
J. L. Hines
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (D) Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914,
corrected to July 31, 1918. (Changes Nos. 1 to 11)
31 1918[38] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (C)
(incl. C1 – C11)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 11)
[ii]
30 July 1918[39] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (C)
(incl. C1 – C10)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 10)
[ii]
17 June 1918[40][41] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (C)
(incl. C1 – C9)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 9)
[ii]
6 May 1918[41][42] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (C)
(incl. C1 – C8)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 8)
10 January 1918[41][43][44][45] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (C)
(incl. C1 – C7)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 7)
18 August 1917[41][45][46][47] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (C) Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914,
corrected to April 15, 1917.
(Changes Nos. 1 to 6)
15 April 1917[41][48][49] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B)
(incl. C1 – C6)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 6)
[ii]
14 April 1917[50] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B)
(incl. C1 – C5)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 5)
20 December 1916[51][52] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B)
(incl. C1 – C4)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes Nos. 1 – 4)
4 February 1916[53][54][55][56] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B)
(incl. C1, C2 and C3)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3)
22 June 1915[57][58] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B)
(incl. C1 and C2)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes No. 1 and No. 2)
[ii]
24 April 1915[59] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B)
(incl. C1)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes No. 1)
[ii]
20 March 1915[59] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (B) Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914,
corrected to July 1, 1914.
1 July 1914[60]
October 1914 (published)[61]
...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (A)
(incl. C1)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914
(with included Changes No. 1)
[ii]
29 June 1914[62] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1914 (A) Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1914 19 March 1914[63] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 May 1913.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1913
(incl. Changes)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1913,
corrected to May 21, 1913
21 May 1913[64] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 21 February 1910.
Leonard Wood
INACTIVE FSR 1910 Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1910 21 February 1910[65] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: These FSR supersede FSR, 1 February 1905, including all changes.
J. Franklin Bell
INACTIVE FSR 1905
(incl. Changes)
Field Service Regulations, United States Army, 1905,
with Amendments to 1908
May 1908 (published)[66][67] ...Field Service Regulations, revised by the General Staff...
De facto: Initial Release with Included Changes.
Wm. H. Taft
INACTIVE FSR 1905 Field Service Regulations, United States Army 1 February 1905[68][69] De facto: Initial Release. Wm. H. Taft
i. ^ FSR is equals to Field Service Regulations.
ii. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Detached edition is not known.

See also

United States Army Field Manuals

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External links

  • Active FM — Army Doctrine and Training Publications
  • ADP — Army Doctrine and Training Publications
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