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ARMY - AR 70-75

SURVIVABILITY OF ARMY PERSONNEL AND MATERIEL

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Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 2 May 2005
Status: active
Page Count: 25
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This regulation implements survivability as outlined in DODI 5000.2 and the Interim Defense Acquisition Guidebook within the Army. It prescribes combat survivability policies, responsibilities, and procedures for the sustainment of operational effectiveness and warfighting capability through the life cycle of survivable systems, personnel, equipment, and support. Combat survivability is the capability of a system to avoid (susceptibility) or withstand (vulnerability) man-made hostile environments. The term "survivability" includes both soldier and equipment unless otherwise specified.

Applicability. This regulation applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard of the United States (ARNGUS)/Army National Guard (ARNG), and the U.S. Army Reserves.

Document History

April 29, 2019
Survivability of Army Personnel and Materiel
Purpose This regulation implements survivability as outlined in DODI 5000.02, the Defense Acquisition Guidebook and DODI 3150.09 within the Army. It prescribes combat survivability policies,...
AR 70-75
May 2, 2005
SURVIVABILITY OF ARMY PERSONNEL AND MATERIEL
This regulation implements survivability as outlined in DODI 5000.2 and the Interim Defense Acquisition Guidebook within the Army. It prescribes combat survivability policies, responsibilities, and...
January 10, 1995
SURVIVABILITY OF ARMY PERSONNEL AND MATERIEL
Purpose This regulation implements Part 6 F, Survivability, of DODI 5000.2 within the Army. It prescribes survivability policies, responsibilities, and procedures for the sustainment of operational...

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