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

Encountering The Enemy
If a small hostile patrol is encountered it is genera...

Outposts
The size and disposition of the outpost will depend u...

Route Step And At Ease
The column of squads is the habitual column of route,...

Old North Wind
Old North Wind lived away up in the North Pole Land ...

Fifth Movement On Right (left) Into Line
Being in column of platoons or squads, to form line o...

Care Of The Rifle
Keep the metal part of your rifle covered with a thin...

The Assembly
The captain takes his post in front of, or designates...

Definitions
Deploy. To extend the front. A squad deploys when it ...

Slow Fire Targets
This target is used during slow fire at 200 and 300 yar...





GENERAL ADVICE




Rules Of Conduct For Camp Life
The first few days will be easy and profitable if you will read carefully and adhere to the following plan of procedure: 1. Get up at the first note of reveille and get quickly into proper uniform. 2. Get within two...

General Advice
The United States is divided geographically into military departments with a general officer commanding each department. The departments and their headquarters are as follows: (1) The Northeastern Department, with headquarters ...

What To Bring
1. Travel light. Bring only the bare necessities of life with you. Don't bring a trunk. Enlisted men (not officers) will be supplied with all necessary uniforms and underwear. This includes shoes. 2. Bring a pair o...

Mail
Mail is most often delayed because there is not sufficient information for the Postmaster on the envelope. The delivery of your mail will be delayed unless your letters are sent to the company and the regiment to which you belong. T...

Friends
There are a few men in all companies who play, loaf, and who are constantly in trouble. As the good men in each company will not become friendly with them, they seek their acquaintances among the new men on whom they have a baneful ...

How To Clean A Rifle And Bayonet
Get a rag and rub the heavy grease off; then get a soft pine stick, pointed at one end, and with this point remove the grease from the cracks, crevices and corners. Clean the bore from the breech. When the heavy grease has been remo...

Saluting
The military salute is universal. It is at foundation but a courteous recognition between two individuals of their common fellowship in the same honorable profession, the profession of arms. Regulations require that it be rendered b...

What To Do On Your Arrival
There is a general rule of procedure to follow in reporting for duty at any post or training camp. 1. If you receive an order directing you to report for duty at a camp or post at a certain specified time, read it carefull...

Dress
The uniform you will wear stands for Duty, Honor, and Country. You should not disgrace it by the way you wear it or by your conduct any more than you would trample the flag of the United States of America under foot. You must consta...

Army Slang
The following army slang is universally employed: Bunkie--the soldier who shares the shelter half or tent of a comrade in the field. A bunkie looks after his comrade's property in the event the latter is absent. ...