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Reports To Be Made
Officers in the Officers' Reserve Corps are required ...

Strength And Composition
Subject to variation according to the situation, one ...

Withdrawal From Action
The withdrawal of a defeated force can generally be e...

Marching Rules
1. Adjust your equipment, if necessary, at the first ...

Sunstroke--(the Skin Is Hot)
A sunstroke is accompanied by the following symptoms:...

Bombs And Hand Grenades
The present European War has revived the use of hand ...

Close Order
In column of squads, each rank preserves the alignmen...

Selection Of A Camping Ground
Suppose that you were sent on ahead of troops on the ...

Final Suggestions
Don't be profane or tell questionable stories to your...

Books
We recommend that all officers, non-commissioned offi...





OFFICERS' RESERVE CORPS




Bayonet
Importance of the Bayonet. The infantry soldier is armed with a bayonet. He relies mainly on fire action to disable the enemy, but he should know that it is often necessary for him to cross bayonets with the enemy. Therefore he must...

Property
In the absence of regulations on the subject, each Reserve Officer should own a good watch, a pair of field glasses, a compass, and a note book. ...

Employment Of Air Craft On And Near The Firing Line In The Theater Of Operation
Airplanes will move far out, perhaps hundreds of miles, in front of our most advanced cavalry for the purpose of gathering general information of large bodies of the enemy's forces. This is called Strategical Reconnaissance. Other a...

Miscellaneous Information
For convenience, military information is considered under two heads, namely (1) that collected in time of peace by the body of army experts in Washington called the General Staff; and (2) that obtained by troops in the field after w...

Reports To Be Made
Officers in the Officers' Reserve Corps are required to report at once to the Adjutant General of the Department in which they live or to the heads of the Staff Corps or Departments to which they may belong of any permanent change o...

Use Of The Combined Arms
Every efficient officer must realize the possibilities and limitations of his own arm of the service as well as the possibilities and limitations of the other arms. Each arm of the service is necessary and important. A proper unders...

Artillery
The chief duty of the artillery is to support the infantry. It does this in three ways: 1st, By firing at the hostile infantry. 2d, By putting out of action the hostile artillery so that it cannot fire at the infantry. 3d, By demoli...

Intelligence Section General Staff
There is a special committee of the Great General Staff called the Intelligence Section, whose business it is to weigh and classify all information sent to it. Members of this committee are placed on duty with large organizations (f...

The Big Ideas Of Marches
For marches to be entirely successful three conditions must be fulfilled: (1) the troops must get there; (2) they must get there on time; (3) and they must get there in good condition. Now suppose that you were ordered to conduct ...

Examinations
Each applicant for a commission in the Reserve Corps will be given a rigid physical examination. Make certain that you can pass such an examination. Go to your family physician and get him to examine you. The examinations for Rese...