Section I. GENERAL INFORMATION
This technical manual identifies publications which apply to the REDEYE Guided Missile System. These publications are
necessary to support the equipment and perform the assigned mission.
The publications listed in Sections II through VI of this manual are arranged in numerical order by publication number.
For each publication listed, the following information is provided: Changes currently in effect, title and date of
a. Publications classified SECRET or CONFIDENTIAL are identified by symbols (S) or (C) preceding the number.
The title or subject of classified publications, if unclassified, is followed by (U). Classified titles of publications are not
listed, and the word CLASSIFIED will appear in the title column. Classified publications are distributed on a need-to-
know basis. These publications must be safeguarded in accordance with AR 380-5.
b. The symbol (0) preceding the number denotes a publication which is FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. Publications
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY must be protected in accordance with AR 340-17.
Requisitioning of Publications
a. Additional copies of the publications listed herein which are required in the performance of your mission may be
requisitioned on DA Form 4569 (USAAGPC Requisition Code Sheet). Forward requisitions to: Commander, U. S.
Army AG Publications Center, 2800 Eastern Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21220.
b. Unclassified publications and changes to these publications should be requisitioned by Army publication account
holders via the AUTODIN (Automatic Digital Network) Data Transmission System. There is no method for requisitioning
interim changes. To use the AUTODIN Data Transmission System, the following steps must be followed.
(1) Complete a USAAGPC Requisition Code Sheet, DA Form 4569. This can be handwritten with pencil or
(2) Determine the type of local communications support available from your installation Telecommunications
Center (TCC). If punched card transmission capability exists, go to paragraph (3). If only teletype transmission
capability exists, go to paragraph (4).