ATP 1-19, Army Music

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ATP 1-19

Army Music

February 2015

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Headquarters Department of the Army

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*ATP 1-19 (ATTP 1-19) Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, 13 February 2015

Army Techniques Publication No. 1-19

Army Music Contents Page

PREFACE.............................................................................................................. iii INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................... iv Chapter 1

FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY MUSIC ................................................................... 1-1 Mission of Army Music ........................................................................................ 1-1 Historical Perspective of Army Music ................................................................. 1-4

Chapter 2

THE MUSIC PERFORMANCE UNIT ................................................................. 2-1 The Music Performance Unit (MPU) Concept .................................................... 2-1 MPU Assessment ............................................................................................... 2-2

Chapter 3

MUSIC SUPPORT PLANNING AND OPERATIONS ........................................ 3-1 Planning Methodologies ..................................................................................... 3-1 The Music Support Plan ..................................................................................... 3-2 Music Support Operations ................................................................................ 3-10 Army Music Marketing Techniques .................................................................. 3-11

Chapter 4

THE ROLE OF ARMY MUSIC ........................................................................... 4-1 Music Support in Unified Land Operations ......................................................... 4-1 Army Music and Soft Power ............................................................................... 4-2

Appendix A

MISSION SHEET INFORMATION ..................................................................... A-1

Appendix B

RELIEF IN PLACE AND TRANSFER OF AUTHORITY PROCESS................. B-1

Appendix C

RULES OF ALLOCATION AND STATIONING GUIDANCE ............................ C-1 GLOSSARY .......................................................................................... Glossary-1 REFERENCES .................................................................................. References-1 INDEX .......................................................................................................... Index-1

Figures Figure 3-1. Frame an operational environment ...................................................................... 3-3

Distribution Restriction: Approved for public release: distribution is unlimited. *This publication supersedes ATTP 1-19 dated 7 July 2010. i

Contents

Tables Introductory table-1. New Army terms ...................................................................................... iv Table 2-1. Sample training and evaluation outline ................................................................. 2-3 Table 3-1. Operational variables ............................................................................................ 3-3 Table 3-2. Mission variables .................................................................................................. 3-5

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