Operational results of the rout of the Germans at Moscow: the defensive engagement on the Western front; the counteroffensive of the Red Army on the Western front and the rout of German-Fascist forces; the further development of the Western front offensive from the line of the Lama, Ruza, Nara and Oka rivers. Actions of General Belov's group in the Germans' operational rear: penetration of the German defence and raid on Viaz'ma; the offensive against Viaz'ma; the offensive against Semlevo; the offensive against Iakovlevo; group offensive in the area of Isdeshkovo; the offensive to liberate 329th Rifle Division and 250th Air-Assault Regiment from encirclement; the offensive in the area of the Ugra siding. Operations of 4th Air-Assault Corps in the enemy's operational rear; general situation; the 4th Air Assault Corps offensive against Pesochnia; defensive battles in March 1942; German penetration in the direction of Verterkhovo station, Ugra siding; the offensive against Marino; battles in encirclement and breakout from encirclement. Some conclusions with respect to left-flank operations of the Western front; the offensive of 61st and 16th Armies in July 1942; operations of 16th and 61st Armies, and 3rd Tank Army in August 1942. Maskirovka support of an offensive operation: mission of the operation and Maskirovka decision; execution of Maskirovka measure; plan of Maskirovka measures in the zone of actions of the Northwestern front (for the period 10-22 July 1942). The experience of organizing the rear of the Crimean front (January-May, 1942): brief characterization of the Crimean Peninsula; general conditions by the beginning of the assault operation; planning and preparation of the assault operation; the operation of the rear during the fight for the Kerch' Peninsula; establishment of a rear area in Crimean front offensive operations. Combined actions of river flotillas and ground forces: principles of the combat use of river flotillas; combat actions of the Danube military flotilla; actions of the Volga flotillas in the area of Stalingrad. Study of combat experience in the Karelian front. Use of a tank destroyer artillery regiment. Instructions on the combat use of Red Army air-assault forces (plan): general position; organization and execution of an air-assault operation; control of an air assault during its actions in the enemy's rear area; the link-up of an air assault with its forces. Orders, directives, instructions: to all chiefs of Front chemical directorates; changes in articles of the plan for field regulations related to the combat use of cavalry.