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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Combat arms.
See also changes related to Combat arms, or pages that link to Combat arms or to this page or whose text contains "Combat arms".

Parent topics

  • Army [r]: Either the largest type of formation for a land-based military force, or the entirety of a nation's military force responsible for its land defenses. [e]

Subtopics

{{r|Armor (branch)

  • Army Cooperation Aviation [r]: Light aircraft, capable of operating from minimal forward airfields, which were under the direct control of ground forces commanders rather than part of a country's air arm [e]
  • Army aviation [r]: Helicopter, light fixed-wing, and unmanned aerial vehicles intended to be under the direct control of, and immediately responsive to, ground commanders [e]
  • Artillery [r]: Crew-served military devices for propelling payloads over distance [e]
  • Infantry [r]: Soldiers that directly confront the enemy, overcoming them with fire and maneuver while on foot or in specialized vehicles [e]
  • Combat engineer [r]: Ground combat troops trained and equipped to improve the mobility of one's own side by breaching enemy obstacles, building bridges, etc.; blocking enemy mobility with barriers, demolition, mine warfare, etc. [e]
  • Special operations [r]: Military or paramilitary operations that differ from conventional operations in degree of physical and political risk, operational techniques, mode of employment, independence from friendly support, and dependence on detailed operational intelligence and indigenous assets; they are often controlled at a national or strategic level of command [e]
  • United States Army Special Forces [r]: United States Army organization originally created to train and lead guerrillas, highly qualified to work with other cultures; acquired additional missions including foreign internal defense, direct action (military), special reconnaissance, counterterrorism, etc. [e]
  • Naval infantry [r]: Personnel assigned to naval ships, who are qualified to engage in combat using individual weapons, against enemy personnel on land or on ships that were boarded [e]

Other related topics

  • Combat service support [r]: Those military functions that sustain combat units, including but not limited to supply, maintenance, transportation, finance, general construction, health services, etc. [e]
  • Combat support [r]: In a military force, those services that support direct combat operations by combat arms personnel, such as communications beyond the immediate tactical level, intelligence, etc. [e]
  • Command and control [r]: The combination of lawful authority over people and resources, coupled with the methods of directing their execution of missions and tasks directed at goals set by that authority [e]
  • Counter-rocket, artillery and mortar [r]: Military equipment and techniques to detect unguided rockets, artillery shells, and mortar rounds in flight, warn friendly forces that are threatened, and, with new methods, intercept and destroy the projectiles before they can do damage [e]
  • Direct support [r]: "A [military] mission requiring a force to support another specific force and authorizing it to answer directly to the supported force’s request for assistance." (U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff) [e]
  • Restructuring of the United States Army [r]: A major doctrinal and organization redesign of the United States Army, with its chief feature being moving from the division to the Brigade Combat Team and new supporting brigade structures as the basic Unit of Action [e]