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Army Air Forces Field Manuals:

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FM 1-10
Tactics and Techniques of Air Attack 1940

FM 1-15
Tactics and Techniques of Air Fighting 1942

FM 1-20
Tactics and Techniques of Air Reconnaissance and Observation

FM 1-25
Air Defense

FM 1-26
Defense of Airdromes 1944

FM 1-30
Air Navigation 1944

FM 1-35
Aerial Photography 1940

FM 1-40
Intelligence Procedure in Aviation Units 1940

FM 1-45
Signal Communication

FM 1-46
Fighter Radiotelephone Procedures and Code

FM 1-50
Weather

FM 1-55
Reference Data, Administration 1942

FM 1-60
Reviews and Inspections 1941

FM 1-75
Combat Orders 1942

FM 1-195
Service Center 1942
(See also: Command and Employment of Air Power FM 100-20

Cavalry Field Manuals:

FM 2-5
Cavalry Drill Regulations, Horse

FM 2-6
Crew Drill Light Armored Car M8

FM 2-7
Cavalry Drill Regulations, Mechanized

FM 2-15
Employment of Cavalry 1941

FM 2-20
Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop, Mechanized 1944

FM 2-30
Cavalry Mechanized Reconnaissance Squadron 1943

FM 2-30
Cavalry Mechanized Reconnaissance Squadron 1944

Chemical Warfare Field Manuals:

FM 3-5
Tactics of Chemical Warfare

FM 3-10
Examination for Gunners

FM 3-15
Supply and Field Service

FM 3-25
Chemical Laboratory Company

FM 3-30
Chemical Processing Company (Theater of Operations)

FM 3-50
Large Area Smoke Screening

FM 3-65
Chemical Depot Company

FM 3-70
Chemical Decontamination Company

Coast Artillery Field Manuals:

FM 4-5
Seacoast Artillery: Organization and Tactics

FM 4-6
Seacoast Artillery: Tactics and Technique of Controlled Submarine Mines

FM 4-10
Gunnery

FM 4-15
Seacoast Artillery Fire Control and Position Finding

FM 4-19
Examinations for Gunners

FM 4-20
Firing Preparations, Safety Precautions, Care and Service of Matériel

FM 4-24
Service of the Piece–155-mm Gun M1

FM 4-25
Coast Artillery, Service of the Piece–155-mm Gun (G.P.F.) 1940

FM 4-29
Service of Seacoast Searchlight

FM 4-30
Service of the Piece–Service of Gun Data Computer M1

FM 4-32
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Base-End Data and Gun Data Transmission Systems

FM 4-35
Service of the Piece–14-Inch Gun M1920MII on Railway Mount M1920

FM 4-40
Service of the Piece–12-Inch Mortar, Railway Artillery

FM 4-45
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece-12-Inch Gun on Railway Mount M1918, Railway Artillery

FM 4-48
Service of the Piece–8-Inch Gun, Mk, VI, Modification 3A2 on Barbette Carriage M1

FM 4-49
Service of the Piece: Seacoast Artillery, 8-Inch Gun, Mark VI, Modification 3A2, on Railway Mount M1A1

FM 4-50
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–8-Inch Gun, Railway Artillery

FM 4-51
Seacoast Artillery: Operation and Care of Railway Artillery Equipment

FM 4-55
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece-12-Inch Mortar (Fixed Armament)

FM 4-60
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–12-Inch Gun (Barbette Carriage) 1940

FM 4-61
Service of the Piece–12-Inch Gun Casemated

FM 4-65
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–10-Inch Gun (Disappearing Carriage)

FM 4-70
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–6-Inch Gun (Disappearing Carriage)

FM 4-74
Service of the Piece–6-Inch Gun M1903A2 or M1905A2 on BC M3 and M4

FM 4-75
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–6-Inch Gun Barbette Carriage 1943

FM 4-80
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–12-Inch and 14-Inch Guns (Disappearing Carriage)

FM 4-85
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–16-Inch Gun and Howitzer

FM 4-86
Service of the Piece–16-Inch Gun, Casemated

FM 4-90
Seacoast Artillery: Service of the Piece–3-Inch Rapid-Fire Gun (Barbette Carriage) 1940

FM 4-91
Coast Artillery: Service of the Piece–90mm Gun M1 on 90mm Mount M3

FM 4-95
Seacoast Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-296-A

FM 4-96
Seacoast Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-582

FM 4-97
Service of the Radio Set SCR-682-A

FM 4-100
Antiaircraft Artillery: Organization and Tactics

FM 4-104
Antiaircraft Artillery: Employment of Antiaircraft Guns

FM 4-106
Antiaircraft Artillery: Employment of Antiaircraft Searchlights and the AAAIS

FM 4-107
Barrage Balloon Organization Tactics Techniques 1942

FM 4-108
Service of Barrage Balloon Equipment

FM 4-110
Antiaircraft Artillery: Gunnery 1942

FM 4-111
Antiaircraft Artillery: Position Finding and Control, Antiaircraft Searchlights

FM 4-112
Antiaircraft Artillery: Gunnery, Fire Control, Position Finding, and Horizontal Fire, Antiaircraft Automatic Weapons (Case I Firing)

FM 4-115
Antiaircraft Artillery: Operation of Matériel and Employment of Personnel, Antiaircraft Searchlight Units

FM 4-117
Barrage Balloon: Operation of Matériel and Employment of Personnel

FM 4-119
Antiaircraft Artillery: Examination for Gunners 1943

FM 4-120
Formations and Inspections 1943

FM 4-121
Fire Control Guns

FM 4-125
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece–3-Inch Antiaircraft Gun 1942

FM 4-126
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece–90-mm AA Gun M2, on M1A1 Mount

FM 4-127
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece–90-mm AA Gun M2, on Mount M2

FM 4-128
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece–4.7-Inch AA Gun

FM 4-130
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece–105-mm Antiaircraft Gun 1940

FM 4-136
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of Directors M4 and M7

FM 4-142
Service of Height Finders M1 and M2

FM 4-143
Service of Height Finder SCR-547

FM 4-144
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-584

FM 4-146
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of Radio Set SCR-545

FM 4-151
Antiaircraft Artillery Fire Control, Automatic Weapon

FM 4-155
Reference Data : Seacoast Artillery and Antiaircraft Artillery

FM 4-157
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Piece–Multiple Machine Gun Mounts

FM 4-160
Service of the Piece–40-mm Fire Unit

FM 4-175
Antiaircraft Artillery: Service of the Searchlight

FM 4-176
Service of Radio Set SCR-268

FM 4-181
Employment of Barrage Balloons

FM 4-182
Barrage Balloon Technique

FM 4-183
Antiaircraft Artillery: Balloon Barrage Control

FM 4-184
Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon Site Installations 1943

FM 4-187
Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon, Service of the Balloon and Balloon Equipment, Low Altitude

FM 4-188
Service of the Balloon and Balloon Equipment, Very Low Altitude 1943

FM 4-191
Barrage Balloon, Service of Cable Armament, Low Altitude

FM 4-192
Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon, Service of Cable Armament, Very Low Altitude

FM 4-193
Antiaircraft Artillery: Barrage Balloon, Gas Generation, Use, Purification, and Service of Hydrogen Generator

FM 4-196
Barrage Balloon, Rigging and Fabric Repair

FM 4-198
Barrage Balloon, Reference Data

Engineer Field Manuals:

FM 5-5
Troops and Operations 1941

FM 5-5
Troops and Operations 1943

FM 5-6
Operations of Engineer Units

FM 5-10
Construction and Routes of Communication

FM 5-15
Field Fortifications 1940

FM 5-15
Field Fortifications 1944

FM 5-20
Camouflage, Basic Principles 1940

FM 5-20
Camouflage, Basic Principles 1944

FM 5-20A
Camouflage of Individuals and Infantry Weapons

FM 5-20B
Camouflage of Vehicles

FM 5-20C
Camouflage of Bivouacs, Command Posts, Supply Points, and Medical Installations

FM 5-20D
Camouflage of Field Artillery

FM 5-20E
Camouflage of Aircraft On the Ground and Airdromes

FM 5-20F
Camouflage of Antiaircraft Artillery

FM 5-20H
Camouflage Materials and Manufacturing Techniques

FM 5-25
Explosives and Demolitions

FM 5-30
Obstacle Technique

FM 5-31
Land Mines and Booby Traps 1943

FM 5-35

Field Artillery Field Manuals:

FM 6-5
Organization and Drill 1939

FM 6-20
Tactics and Technique 1941

FM 6-20
Tactical Employment 1944

FM 6-40
Field Artillery Firing 1939

FM 6-40
Field Artillery Gunnery 1945

FM 6-50
Service of the Piece–75-mm Gun, M1897 and M1897-A4, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn 1939

FM 6-55
Service of the Piece–75-mm Gun, M2, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn 1939

FM 6-56
Service of the Piece–75-mm Gun, M2A3, Truck-drawn and Horse-drawn

FM 6-60
Service of the Piece–75-mm Gun, M1916 and M1916-A1, Horse-drawn and Truck-drawn

FM 6-65
Service of the Piece–75-mm Gun, M1917A1, Truck-drawn 1939

FM 6-70
Service of the Piece–75-mm Howitzer, Horse- and Truck-drawn 1939

FM 6-74
Service of the Piece–105-mm Howitzer, Motor Carriage M-7

FM 6-75
Service of the Piece–105-mm Howitzer, M2, Truck-drawn 1941

FM 6-77
Service of the Piece–4.5-Inch Gun M1

FM 6-80
Service of the Piece–155-mm Howitzer, M1918A1, Truck-drawn

FM 6-81
Service of the Piece–155-mm Howitzer, M1

FM 6-85
Service of the Piece–155-mm Gun, M1918

FM 6-86
Service of the Piece–155-mm Gun, Self-propelled

FM 6-90
Service of the Piece–155-mm Gun, M1

FM 6-91
8-Inch Howitzer

FM 6-95
Service of the Piece–240-mm Howitzer, M1918

FM 6-100
Tactics and Technique of Division Artillery and Higher Artillery Echelons

FM 6-101
Tactics and Technique, Battalion and Battery, Motorized

FM 6-105
Armored Division, Artillery

FM 6-110
Pack Artillery

FM 6-120
The Observation Battalion

FM 6-125
Examination of Gunners

FM 6-135
Forward Observation

FM 6-150
Organic Field Artillery Air Observation 1944

Infantry Field Manuals:

FM 7-5
Organization and Tactics of Infantry The Rifle Battalion 1940

FM 7-10
Rifle Company, Rifle Regiment 1942

FM 7-10
Rifle Company, Infantry Company 1944

FM 7-15
Heavy Weapons Company, Rifle Regiment

FM 7-20
Rifle Battalion 1942

FM 7-20
Infantry Battalion 1944

FM 7-24
Communication in the Infantry Division

FM 7-25
Headquarters Company, Intelligence and Signal Communication, Rifle Regiment

FM 7-30
Supply and Evacuation: The Infantry Regiment; Service Company and Medical Detachment

FM 7-35
Antitank Company, Rifle Regiment 1941

FM 7-35
Antitank Company, Infantry Regiment and Antitank Platoon, Infantry Battalion 1944

FM 7-37
Cannon Company, Infantry Regiment

FM 7-40
Rifle Regiment

Medical Field Manuals:

FM 8-5
Mobile Units of the Medical Department 1942

FM 8-5
Medical Department Units of a Theater of Operations 1945

FM 8-10
Medical Service of Field Units

FM 8-25
Medical Service in Joint Oversea Operations

FM 8-35
Transportation of the Sick and Wounded 1941

FM 8-35
Transportation of the Sick and Wounded 1944

FM 8-40
Field Sanitation

FM 8-45
Records of Morbidity and Mortality (Sick and Wounded)

FM 8-50
Splints, Appliances, and Bandages 1940

FM 8-50
Bandaging and Splinting 1944

FM 8-55
Reference Data

Ordnance Field Manuals:

FM 9-5
Ordnance Service in the Field

FM 9-6
Ammunition Supply

FM 9-10
Ordnance Field Maintenance

FM 9-20
Ordnance Ammunition Company, Ordnance Ammunition Battalion 1942

FM 9-25
The Ordnance Company, Depot

FM 9-40
Unexploded Bombs, Organization and Operation for Disposal

Quartermaster Field Manuals:

FM 10-5
Quartermaster Operations 1941

FM 10-5
Quartermaster Operations 1943

FM 10-10
Quartermaster Service in Theater of Operations

FM 10-35
Quartermaster Truck Companies

FM 10-38
Base Depot Supply and Sales Company 1945

FM 10-63
Graves Registration 1945

Signal Corps Field Manuals:

FM 11-5
Mission, Functions and Signal Communication in General

FM 11-10
Infantry Division Signal Organization & Operations

FM 11-14
Signal Supply and Maintenance Battalion

FM 11-15
Organizations and Operations in the Cavalry Division and Cavalry Corps

FM 11-16
Signal Orders Records and Reports

FM 11-20
Organizations and Operations in the Corps, Army, Theater of Operations and GHQ

FM 11-22
Signal Operations in the Corps and Army

FM 11-25
Aircraft Warning Service

FM 11-35
Signal Corps Intelligence

FM 11-80
Signal Pigeon Company

FM 11-150
Photomail Operation

Inspector General Field Manuals:

FM 13-

Fiscal Field Manuals:

FM 14-

Judge Advocate General Field Manuals:

FM 15-

Chaplain Field Manuals:

FM 16-5
The Chaplain 1954

Armored Field Manuals:

FM 17
Employment of Armored Units: The Armored Division

FM 17-5
Armored Force Drill

FM 17-10
Tactics and Technique

FM 17-12
Tank Gunnery

FM 17-15
Combat Practice Firing Armored Force Units 1942

FM 17-15
Combat Practice Firing Armored Force Units 1945

FM 17-20
Employment of Armored Units, Reconnaissance Platoon and Company

FM 17-22
Reconnaissance Battalion

FM 17-25
Assault Gun Section and Platoon

FM 17-27
81mm Mortar Squad

FM 17-30
Tank Platoon

FM 17-32
Tank Company, Light and Medium

FM 17-33
The Armored Battalion, Light and Medium 1942

FM 17-33
Tank Battalion 1944

FM 17-36
Armored Employment of Tanks with Infantry

FM 17-40
Armored Infantry Company

FM 17-42
Armored Infantry Battalion

FM 17-45
Armored Engineer Battalion 1942

FM 17-50
Logistics 1942

FM 17-55
Trains and Trains Headquarters Company, Armored Division

FM 17-58
Armored Maintenance Battalion, Tactical Employment

FM 17-59
Decontamination of Armored Force Vehicles 1942

FM 17-63
Service of the Piece 105 MM Howitzer Self propelled 1942

FM 17-67
Crew Drill and Service of the Piece, Medium Tank, M4

FM 17-68
Crew Drill, Light Tank M5 Series 1944

FM 17-69
Crew Drill, Service of the Piece, and Gunnery (75-mm Assault Howitzer on Motor Carriage M8) 1943

FM 17-70
Signal Communications for Armored Units

FM 17-71
Crew Drill for Half-track Vehicles 1943

FM 17-74
Crew Drill and Service of the Piece, Heavy Tank, T25E1

FM 17-75
Crew Drill, Light Tank M24

FM 17-76
Crew Drill and Service of the Piece, Medium Tank, M4 Series (105-mm Howitzer)

FM 17-80
Armored Medical Units

FM 17-100
The Armored Division

Tank Destroyer Field Manuals:

FM 18-5
Organization and Tactics of Tank Destroyer Units 1942

FM 18-5
Tactical Employment Tank Destroyer Unit 1944

FM 18-15
Tank Destroyer Drill and Crew Drill: 3-Inch Gun Motor Carriage M10, 76-mm Gun Motor Carriage T70, 3-Inch Towed Gun (Gun M5 and Carriage M1)

FM 18-16
Crew Drill, 76-mm Gun Motor Carriage M18

FM 18-17
Tank Destroyer Crew Drill, 3-Inch Towed Gun M5 on Carriage M6

FM 18-18
Crew Drill, Gun Motor Carriage M36 1944

FM 18-20
Tactical Employment of Tank Destroyer Platoon Self-Propelled

FM 18-21
Tank Destroyer Towed Gun Platoon

FM 18-22
Tank Destroyer Reconnaissance Platoon

FM 18-24
Tank Destroyer Pioneer Platoon

Military Police Field Manuals:

FM 19-5
Military Police

FM 19-10
Military Police in Towns and Cities

FM 19-15
Domestic Disturbances

Miscellaneous Field Manuals:

FM 20-15
Tents and Tent Pitching

Individual Soldier Field Manuals:

FM 21-5
Military Training

FM 21-6
List of Publications for Training, Including Training Films and Film Strips 1941

FM 21-6
List of Publications for Training, Including Training Films and Film Strips 1942

FM 21-6
List of Publications for Training, Including Training Films and Film Strips 1943

FM 21-6
List of Publications for Training, Including Training Films and Film Strips 1944

FM 21-6
List of Publications for Training, Including Training Films and Film Strips 1945

FM 21-7
List of Training Films, Film Strips, and Film Bulletins 1943

FM 21-7
List of Training Films, Film Strips, and Film Bulletins 1944

FM 21-7
List of Training Films, Film Strips, and Film Bulletins 1945

FM 21-8
Military Training Aids

FM 21-10
Military Sanitation and First Aid 1940

FM 21-10
Military Sanitation and First Aid 1945

FM 21-11
First Aid for Soldiers

FM 21-15
Equipment, Clothing and Tent Pitching

FM 21-20
Physical Training

FM 21-22
Watermanship

FM 21-25
Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading 1941

FM 21-25
Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading 1944

FM 21-26
Advanced Map and Aerial Photograph Reading 1941

FM 21-26
Advanced Map and Aerial Photograph Reading 1944

FM 21-30
Conventional Signs, Military Symbols, and Abbreviations 1941

FM 21-30
Conventional Signs, Military Symbols, and Abbreviations 1943

FM 21-35
Sketching

FM 21-40
Defense Against Chemical Attack 1940

FM 21-50
Military Courtesy and Discipline

FM 21-75
Scouting, Patrolling, and Sniping 1944

FM 21-80
Recognition Training

FM 21-100
Soldier’s Handbook 1941

FM 21-105
Engineer Soldier’s Handbook

FM 21-150
Unarmed Defense for the American Soldier

Infantry Drill Regulations Field Manuals:

FM 22-5
Tentative Infantry Drill Regulations 1932

FM 22-5
Infantry Drill Regulations 1939

FM 22-5
Infantry Drill Regulations 1943

Basic Weapons Field Manuals:

FM 23-5
U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30, M1 1941

FM 23-6
U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1917 (Enfield) 1942

FM 23-6
U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1917 1943

FM 23-7
U.S. Carbine Caliber .30 M1 and M1A1

FM 23-10
U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1903 1940

FM 23-10
U.S. Rifle, Caliber .30 M1903 1943

FM 23-15
Browning Automatic Rifle, Caliber .30, M1918A2 1940

FM 23-15
Browning Automatic Rifle, Caliber .30, M1918A2 1943

FM 23-25
Bayonet 1940

FM 23-25
Bayonet 1943

FM 23-30
Hand and Rifle Grenades, Rocket, AT, HE, 2.36-Inch

FM 23-35
Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911, and M1911A1 1940

FM 23-35
Pistols and Revolvers 1946

FM 23-36
Revolver, Colt, Caliber .45, M1917, and Revolver, Smith and Wesson, Caliber .45, M1917

FM 23-40
Thompson Submachine Gun, Caliber .45, M1928A1

FM 23-41
Submachine Gun, Caliber .45, M3

FM 23-45
Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30, HB, M1919A4. Ground 1940

FM 23-50
Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30, HB M1919A4 (Mounted in Combat Vehicles)

FM 23-55
Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .30, M1917

FM 23-60
Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .50, HB, M2, Ground

FM 23-65
Browning Machine Gun, Caliber .50, HB, M2

FM 23-70
37-mm Gun, Anti-tank, M3

FM 23-75
37-mm Gun, M1916 1942

FM 23-80
37 MM Gun Tank M5 Mounted in Tanks 1941

FM 23-81
37 MM Gun Tank M6 Mounted in Tanks 1942

FM 23-85
60-mm Mortar, M2

FM 23-90
BFM, 81-mm Mortar, M1

FM 23-91
81-mm Mortar Mounted in Half-Track Carrier

FM 23-95
75 MM Tank Gun M2 Mounted in Medium Tank M3 1942

FM 23-105
105-mm Howitzer, M3

Communication Procedures Field Manuals:

FM 24-5
Signal Communication 1939

FM 24-5
Signal Communication 1942

FM 24-6
Radio Operators Manual, Army Ground Forces

FM 24-8
Combined Teletypewriter (Teleprinter) Procedure

FM 24-9
Combined United States-British Radio-Telephone (R/T) Procedure

FM 24-10
Combined Radiotelegraph (W/T) Procedure

FM 24-11
Combined Operating Signals

FM 24-12
Army Extract of Combined Operating Signals

FM 24-13
Air Extract Combined Operating Signals

FM 24-14
Teletypewriter Switching and Relay Procedures

FM 24-18
Radio Communication

FM 24-20
Field Wire Systems

FM 24-22
Combined Visual Signaling (V/S Procedure)

FM 24-23
Combined Visual Signaling (V/S) Procedure–Abridged Version for Radiotelegraph (W/T) Operators. Errata Sheet

FM 24-24
Combined Amphibious Communication Instructions (CCBP-1)

FM 24-75
Telephone Switchboard Operating Procedure

FM 25-5
Animal Transport

FM 25-6
Dog Team Transportation

FM 25-7
Pack Transportation

FM 25-10
Motor Transport 1939

FM 25-10
Motor Transport 1942

Interior Guard Duty Field Manuals:

FM 26-5
Interior Guard Duty 1940

FM 26-5
Interior Guard Duty 1942

Military Law Field Manuals:

FM 27-5
United States Army and Navy Manual of Military Government and Civil Affairs

FM 27-10
Rules of Land Warfare

FM 27-15
Military Law Domestic Disturbances

Welfare, Recreation, and Morale Field Manuals:

FM 28-5
The Band 1941

FM 28-105
The Special Service Company 1944

Regulating Stations and Base Depots Field Manuals:

FM 29-5
Military Police

Military Intelligence Field Manuals:

FM 30-5
Military Intelligence–Combat Intelligence

FM 30-10
Military Intelligence–Observation

FM 30-15
Military Intelligence–Examination of Enemy Personnel, Repatriates, Documents, and Matériel

FM 30-20
Military Intelligence–Military Maps

FM 30-21
Military Intelligence–Role of Aerial Photography

FM 30-22
Military Intelligence–Counterintelligence

FM 30-25
Military Intelligence–Regulations for Correspondents Accompanying U.S. Army Forces in the Field

FM 30-26
Regulations for Correspondents Accompanying U.S. Army Forces in the Field

FM 30-27
Regulations for Civilian Operations Analysts, Scientific Consultants, and Technical Observers Accompanying U.S. Army Forces in the Field

FM 30-28
Military Intelligence, Military Censorship

FM 30-30
Military Intelligence Identification of U.S. Government Aircraft 1940

FM 30-30
Military Intelligence Identification of U.S. Government Aircraft 1942

FM 30-30
Aircraft Recognition Pictorial Manual 1943

FM 30-34
Military Intelligence Identification of Soviet-Russian Aircraft

FM 30-35
Military Intelligence Identification of German Aircraft 1941

FM 30-35
Military Intelligence Identification of German Aircraft 1942

FM 30-38
Military Intelligence Identification of Japanese Aircraft 1941

FM 30-38
Military Intelligence Identification of Japanese Aircraft 1942

FM 30-39
Military Intelligence Identification of Italian Aircraft

FM 30-40
Recognition, Pictorial Manual, Armored Vehicles

FM 30-41
Military Intelligence Identification of British Armored Vehicles

FM 30-42
Military Intelligence Identification of Foreign Armored Vehicles German Japanese Russian Italian and French 1941

FM 30-42
Military Intelligence Identification of Foreign Armored Vehicles German Japanese Russian Italian and French 1942

FM 30-50
Military Intelligence–Recognition Pictorial Manual, Naval Vessels

FM 30-51
Military Intelligence Identification of British Naval Ships 1941

FM 30-53
Military Intelligence Identification of French Naval Vessels 1942

FM 30-55
Military Intelligence Identification of German Naval Ships 1941

FM 30-58
Military Intelligence Identification of Japanese Naval Vessels

FM 31-5
Landing Operations on Hostile Shore

FM 31-10
Coast Defense

FM 31-15
Operations in Snow and Extreme Cold 1941

FM 31-25
Desert Operations

FM 31-30
Tactics and Technique of Airborne Troops

FM 31-35
Aviation in Support of Ground Forces

FM 31-40
Supply of Ground Units by Air

FM 31-50
Attack on a Fortified Position and Combat in Towns

Security Field Manuals:
FM 32-

Psychological Operations:
FM 33-

Electronic Warfare Operations & Intelligence:
FM 34-

Women’s Army Corps:

FM 35-20
Physical Training

Cost Accounting:
FM 36-

Maintenance Field Manuals:
FM 37-

Supply Procedures Field Manuals:
FM 38-

Rockets Field Manuals:
FM 39-

Antiaircraft Artillery
(Manuals published prior to 1 June 1944 are listed in the 4-series):

FM 44-2
Employment of Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons

FM 44-4
Employment of Antiaircraft Artillery Guns

FM 44-6
Employment of Antiaircraft Artillery Searchlights

FM 44-8
Antiaircraft Operations Room and Antiaircraft Artillery Intelligence Service

FM 44-36
Service of Antiaircraft Directors M4 and M7

FM 44-38
Service of Antiaircraft Directors, M9, M9A1, M9A2, and M10

FM 44-51
Fire Control, Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons

FM 44-58
Antiaircraft Artillery Service of the Piece, 37-mm Fire Unit

FM 44-59
Service of the Piece–Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M15 and M15A1

FM 44-61
Service of the Piece, Air Transportable 40-mm Fire Unit

Transportation (Water and Rail):

FM 55-10
Water Transportation: Oceangoing Vessels

FM 55-25
Ports (Oversea) Headquarters and Headquarters Companies

FM 55-50
Military Railroads and the Military Service

FM 55-55
Railway Operating Battalion

FM 55-60
Railway Shop Battalion

FM 55-105
Water Transportation Oceangoing Vessels 1944

FM 55-130
Small Boats and Harbor Craft 1944

FM 55-150
Amphibian Truck Company

Airborne Operations:
FM 57-

Amphibious Field Manuals:
FM 60-

Mountain and Winter Operations:

FM 70-10
Mountain Operations

FM 70-15
Operations in Snow and Extreme Cold

Jungle Operations:

FM 72-20
Jungle Warfare

Field Service Regulations:

FM 100-5
Operations 1939

FM 100-5
Operations 1941

FM 100-5
Operations 1944

FM 100-10
Administration 1942

FM 100-10
Administration 1943

FM 100-15
Larger Units

FM 100-20
Field Manual: Command and Employment of Air Power

Staff Officers Field Manuals:

FM 101-5
Staff and Combat Orders

FM 101-10
Organization, Technical and Logistical Data 1941

FME 101-10
Enemy Forces: Organization, Technical, and Logistical Data

FM 101-15
Traffic Circulation and Control

Umpire Field Manuals:

FM 105-5
Umpire Manual 1942

FM 105-5
Umpire Manual 1944

FM 105-6
Aviation Umpire Manual