Field handbook (FM) 3-04.126, is intended for use by leaders, staffs, and United States military employees anticipating to operate and use Army aeronautics attack reconnaissance units. This FM is the Army's teaching for the best ways to combat and sustain attack reconnaissance helicopter battalions, squadrons, business and soldiers. The functional ideas described in this handbook are based upon Army teaching as established in FM 1, FM 3-0, and FM 3-04.111. Focus is put on modular force structure and the improved functional ability provided by Army aeronautics change. FM 3-04.126 puts on the Active Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, the United States Army Reserve, and Army civilian employees throughout the spectrum of problem, unless otherwise mentioned. It develops on collective understanding and experience obtained through current operations, many exercises, and the purposeful process of notified reasoning. This publication is rooted in time-tested principles and principles, while accommodating new innovations, and evolving feedbacks to the diverse threats to our national security. This handbook will likewise help Army supporter schools in teaching attack reconnaissance helicopter operations. FM 3-04.126 explains attack reconnaissance organizations, goals, command and control (C2), tactical employment and sustainment. It explains the duties and responsibilities of crucial employees during training, operations and combat. This handbook is reliable but ruled out inflexible. Each situation in combat have to be dealt with by a smart analysis and application of the teaching set forth herein. Standardized battalion, squadron, business and troop operations are required for the efficient employment of aeronautics battalion job forces. To this end, like business and soldiers must follow similar functional and employment treatments. Appendixes A with D provide extra details on aircraft survivability, Army aeronautics air-ground integration, joint air attack group operations, and aircraft qualities. A reference library is provided in Appendix E. FM 3-04.126 furnishes a foundation for attack reconnaissance helicopter teaching, force design, materiel acquisition, expert education, and individual and unit training.