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School Of The Company
The company in line is formed in double rank with the...

Poisoning
Treatment: Send for a doctor at once. Empty the stoma...

How To Clean A Rifle And Bayonet
Get a rag and rub the heavy grease off; then get a so...

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

Morning-glory
Once upon a time there was a very little Morning-glo...

To Load
Being in line or skirmish line at halt: 1. With dummy...

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

Infantry Drill Regulations 1911
FOR USE WITH THE UNITED STATES RIFLE, MODEL, 1917 (...

Summary
We recommend that each officer become familiar with t...

Use Of The Combined Arms
Every efficient officer must realize the possibilitie...





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 understanding of the use of the combined arms is as
essential to success in battle as cooeperation between the different
members of a football team is to its success. Don't knock any arm but
the one you are in, and don't knock that unless you are willing to admit
you are not man enough to improve it.





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