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

General Principles
Security embraces all those measures taken by a comma...

Articles Of War
The Army is governed by the Articles of War, which ca...

Friends
There are a few men in all companies who play, loaf, ...

Esprit De Corps
Have too much esprit de corps to complain of the leng...

Pussy Willow's Furs
Miss Pussy Willow put on her furs one day in March a...

Facings
To the flank: 1. Right (left), 2. FACE. Raise sl...

Loadings And Firings
The commands for loading and firing are the same whet...

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

Halts
Halts are made for the purpose of resting. Take advan...





Meeting Engagements





When two hostile forces suddenly meet we have what is termed a meeting
engagement. Very little or no reconnaissance is possible. There is an
absence of trenches. Both sides deploy rapidly. The smaller the force
the more frequently will it fight a meeting engagement. Therefore, it is
of the utmost importance to junior officers. A great advantage will
accrue to the side which can deploy the faster. The leader who has
intuition, initiative, who can make a quick decision and is willing to
take a long chance, will have a great advantage.





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