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Discontented Dewdrop
One morning a little Dewdrop was resting on the peta...

Extinguishing Burning Clothes
Treatment: Lie down on the floor and roll up as tight...

The Officers' Reserve Corps In Peace
During peace the Secretary of War can order any Reser...

The Frogs And The Fairies
In a pond in a dell lived a big family of frogs, and...

The Revenge Of The Fireflies
The Fireflies and the Goblins had always been good f...

General Ideas And Rules For Solving Military Problems
The cave man knocked over his foe with a rude club. T...

Advance Guard Of A Small Command
In forming the advance guard of a command smaller tha...

To Unload
Unload: Take the position of load, turn the safety lo...

The Little China Shepherdess
On the parlor mantel of a farmhouse stood little Chi...

Stack And Take Arms
The subject of stack and take arms is less important ...





FIRE SUPERIORITY




Fire Superiority
Do not study this chapter until you begin your extended order drills. If the authors of this text were requested to select for you the most important of all information that you will receive during your instruction at a training...

Fire Control
We have just described what the captain directs. Now we must put his directions (orders) into effect. This is done through his platoon leaders, assisted by the platoon guides and the corporals. 1st, The platoon leaders point out and...

Fire Direction
A company that cannot start firing or stop firing, that cannot fire faster or slower, that cannot distribute equally its fire over an opposing target, that cannot switch its fire from one place to another and make bull's-eyes, would...

The Fire Attack
The principles governing the advance of the firing line in attack are considered in the chapters on Attack and Defense. When it becomes impracticable for the company to advance as a whole by ordinary means, it advances by rushes. ...