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General Advice
To become a first-class drillmaster is desirable and ...

Company Inspection
Being in line at a halt: 1. OPEN RANKS, 2. MARCH. ...

Property
In the absence of regulations on the subject, each Re...

The Oblique March
For the instruction of recruits, the squad being in c...

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

2d Movement On The Moving Pivot
Being in line, to change direction: 1. Right (left) t...

Route Step And At Ease
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Little Pitcher-man
On a pantry shelf there once lived a funny squatty-l...

How The Buttercup Grew Yellow
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Loadings And Firings
The commands for loading and firing are the same whet...





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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. Therefore, prepare, before you reach camp, several
stamped postal cards, addressed to your family and business associates,
containing directions to address all communications to you care of
Company----, Regiment----. As soon as you are assigned to a company and
regiment, fill in these data and mail these postal cards at once. This
should be done by wire in case important mail is expected during the
first week of camp. Mail is delivered to each company as soon as a
complete roll of the organizations can be made out and sent to the
post-office.





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