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  FM 3-34.210 (FM 20-32)  EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS OPERATIONSMarch 2007 DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Distribution is authorized to U.S. Government agencies only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. Thisprotection applies to publications required solely for official use and to those containing valuable technical or operationalinformation. This determination was made on 30 June 2006. Other requests for this document will be referred to theCommandant, United States Army Engineer School, ATTN: ATSE-DD, 320 MANSCEN Loop, Suite 336, Fort LeonardWood, Missouri 65473-8929. DESTRUCTION NOTICE: Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of thedocument. HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY    This publication is availableat Army Knowledge Online <www.us.army.mil>and the General Dennis J. Reimer Training andDoctrine Digital Library at <www.train.army.mil>.  *FM 3-34.210 (FM 20-32)   DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Distribution is authorized to U.S. Government agencies only to protect technicalor operational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or by other means. This protection applies to publications required solely for official use and to those containing valuabletechnical or operational information. This determination was made on 30 June 2006. Other requests for thisdocument will be referred to the Commandant, United States Army Engineer School, ATTN: ATSE-DD,320 MANSCEN Loop, Suite 336, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 65473-8929. DESTRUCTION NOTICE: Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of thedocument. *This publication supersedes FM 20-32, 29 May 1998.i Field Manual No. 3-34.210 (20-32)HeadquartersDepartment of the ArmyWashington, DC, 27 March 2007 EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS OPERATIONS Contents Page PREFACE.................................................................................................................xiii   INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................xv   Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO ASSURED MOBILITY............................................................1-1   Contemporary Operational Environment...................................................................1-1   Threat From Explosive Hazards................................................................................1-2   Integration of Assured Mobility in Explosive Hazards Operations............................1-2   Considerations For Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield..................................1-7   Chapter 2 MINE WARFARE PRINCIPLES...............................................................................2-1   Mines.........................................................................................................................2-1   Minefields..................................................................................................................2-2   Minefield Types.........................................................................................................2-8   Reinforcing Obstacles.............................................................................................2-11   Mine Warfare Future................................................................................................2-11   Chapter 3 EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS COUNTERMEASURES....................................................3-1   SECTION I – Explosive Ordnance Mitigation Roles.............................................3-1   Engineer and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit Integration...................................3-1   Progressive Response Capabilities..........................................................................3-2   Progressive Response-Level Summary....................................................................3-5   SECTION II – Explosive Hazards Decision Considerations................................3-5   Detect........................................................................................................................3-7    Contentsii FM 3-34.210 27 March 2007 Detect........................................................................................................................3-7    Avoid.........................................................................................................................3-8   Neutralize..................................................................................................................3-9   Protect.......................................................................................................................3-9   SECTION III – Explosive Hazards Data Recording and Tracking.....................3-11   Chapter 4 EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS AWARENESS..................................................................4-1   Explosive Hazards Categories..................................................................................4-1   Explosive Hazards Detection Methods.....................................................................4-4   Explosive Hazards Indicators...................................................................................4-6   Explosive Hazards Extraction...................................................................................4-9   Chapter 5 MILITARY SEARCH.................................................................................................5-1   Military Search Framework.......................................................................................5-1   Military Search Response to the Threat...................................................................5-5   Military Search Categorization..................................................................................5-6   Military Search Resources......................................................................................5-10   Military Search Organizations and Structures Command.......................................5-12   Military Search Operations Planning......................................................................5-16   Chapter 6 CLEARING OPERATIONS......................................................................................6-1   Route Reconnaissance and Clearance....................................................................6-1    Area Clearance.......................................................................................................6-10   Engineer Detection Dog Operations.......................................................................6-30   Breaching................................................................................................................6-32   Demining.................................................................................................................6-32   Chapter 7 BOOBY TRAP AND IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE OPERATIONS............7-1   Section I – Booby Trap Employment....................................................................7-1   Principles...................................................................................................................7-1   Booby Trap Locations...............................................................................................7-2   Employment Authority...............................................................................................7-2   Employment Restrictions..........................................................................................7-2   Section II – Booby Trap Planning and Setting.....................................................7-3   Planning Booby Traps...............................................................................................7-3   Setting Booby Traps.................................................................................................7-4   Section III – Booby Trap Clearing..........................................................................7-7   Detection...................................................................................................................7-7   Clearing.....................................................................................................................7-7   Section IV – Improvised Explosive Device Operations.......................................7-8   Devices.....................................................................................................................7-8   Operations.................................................................................................................7-8   Chapter 8 EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS MARKING.........................................................................8-1   Signs and Markers....................................................................................................8-1   Systems....................................................................................................................8-3   Perimeter Fencing Material Calculations..................................................................8-5   Marking During Survey and Clearing Operations.....................................................8-5   Marking System Maintenance...................................................................................8-9  
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