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" The detail of a support is not necessary except when the artillery is separated from the main body or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. "
Elements of Modern Field Artillery: U.S. Service - Page 111
by Harry Gore Bishop - 1917 - 138 pages
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Provisional Drill and Service Regulations for Field Artillery (6 ..., Volume 4

Artillery drill and tactics - 1917
...security is not provided by the other arms, provide for early warning against surprise or attack. 1721. When operating with Infantry the detail of a support...special support is to be avoided whenever possible. 1722. When operating with Cavalry, especially against Cavalry, the detail of a support will be almost...
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Provisional Drill and Service Regulations for Field Artillery (6 ..., Volume 4

United States. War Dept - 1917
...security is not provided by the other arms, provide for early warning against surprise or attack. 1721. When operating with Infantry the detail of a support...special support is to be avoided whenever possible. 1722. When operating with Cavalry, especially against Cavalry, the detail of a support will be almost...
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Manual of Military Training

James Alfred Moss - Military education - 1917 - 666 pages
...infantry. Infantry always protects artillery -ii its neighborhood. (579) 602. Detailing of supports. The detail of a support is not necessary except when...body or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. The detail of a special support will be avoided whenever possible. 580.) 603. Formation...
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Complete United States Infantry Guide for Officers and Noncommissioned ...

1917 - 2074 pages
...to be amply protected by the infantry. Infantry always protects artillery in its neighborhood. 580. The detail of a support is not necessary except when...body or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. The detail of a special support will be avoided whenever possible. 581. The formation...
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Provisional Drill and Service Regulations for Field Artillery ..., Volume 4

United States. War Dept - Artillery, Field and mountain - 1917
...security is not provided by the other arms, provide for early warning against surprise or attack. 1721. When operating with Infantry the detail of a support...Artillery is separated from the main body or occupies ti position in which its flanks are exposed. The detail of a special support is to be avoided whenever...
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Infantry Drill Regulations United States Army, 1911 Corrected to December 31 ...

United States. General Staff Corps - 1918 - 259 pages
...to be amply protected by the infantry. Infantry always protects artillery in its neighborhood. 580. The detail of a support is not necessary except when...body or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. 581. The formation of an artillery support depends upon circumstances. On the march...
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Landing-force Manual: United States Navy, 1920

United States. Navy Dept - Amphibious warfare - 1921 - 760 pages
...to be amply protected by the infantry. Infantry always protects artillery in its neighborhood. 863. The detail of a support is not necessary except when...body or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. The detail of a special support will be avoided whenever possible. 864. The formation...
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Landing-Force Manual: United States Navy

United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations - Landing operations - 1921 - 760 pages
...to be amply protected by the infantry. Infantry always protects artillery in its neighborhood. 863. The detail of a support is not necessary except when...body or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. The detail of a special support will be avoided whenever possible. 864. The formation...
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Manual of Military Training

James Alfred Moss - Military education - 1917 - 666 pages
...infantry. Infantry always protects artillery in its neighborhood. (570) 602. Detailing of sxipports. The detail of a support is not necessary except when the artillery is separated from the main bod}' or occupies a position in which its flanks are not protected. The detail of a special support...
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