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Its size varies with the mission it is given within the overall strategic operation. An army is the largest peacetime ground maneuver formation at the operational level. In wartime, the composition and size of an army also varies dependent upon mission. An army may be either tank or combined arms. Its structure provides adequate control and ground-based support for the divisions assigned to it during the army's participation in a front operation. Divisions and smaller organizations are found at the tactical level.

In a static situation, or in the defense, wire communications will be installed. Command posts on the ground can be expected to be well dispersed and camouflaged. Additionally, in a static situation, an alternate command post probably will be established to assume command if the main command post is destroyed. The issuance of orders does not insure that they will be carried out or even understood. Therefore, the Soviets place a great emphasis on supervision after the order is issued. The chief ofstaff is responsible to the commander for the overall organization of staff supervision.

Air defense elements and the combat reconnaissance patrol, normally composed of a tank platoon, (columns 1 and 6) operate in the battalion FM command and coordination net (CMD NET #2). Shown within each company command element (columns 2,3, and 4) is an artillery battery command observation post. Normally, the battery commander is collocated with the commander of the tank company that he is tasked to support, and communications between the two commanders are accomplished face to face. The battery commander maintains radio communications with his battalion commander on the artillery battalion command net (FM) using an R1 07 radio.

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