Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-92 Corps Operations April 2016 ATP 3-92 provides the Army and joint community with guidance on the conduct of operational and tactical tasks performed by the corps echelon. (Defense support of civil authorities tasks are discussed in ADP 3-28 and ADRP 3-28.) ATP 3-92 describes tactics and techniques tested in the conduct of actual operations. It expounds on the doctrinal fundamentals established in ADRP 3-0, ADRP 3-07, and ADRP 3-90, which establish doctrine for the conduct of decisive action and describe the operational art and the art and science of tactics. These ADRPs must be read before reading ATP 3-92 to gain a better understanding of the tactics and techniques discussed in ATP 3-92. It is necessary to study ADRP 1-02, ADRP 5-0, and ADRP 6-0 to understand the Army's operational terms and military symbols that form the basis of the language of land operations, the Army operations process, and Army mission command. These ADRPs provide the foundation for ATP 3-92. It is also necessary to study ADRP 1, ADRP 2-0, ADRP 3-05, ADRP 3-09, ADRP 3-37, ADRP 4-0, ADRP 6-22, and ADRP 7-0 that provide basic information on the profession of arms, other elements of combat power, and how to conduct effective training. It is recommended that FM 3-13, FM 3-53, and FM 3-57 be reviewed in order to obtain a greater understanding of how the corps commander's exercise of mission command is supported by information related capabilities and the information element of combat power. It is recommended to study applicable joint doctrine, such as JP 1 and JP 3-0, to become familiar with the operational environment existing in the region where they will conduct operations.