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Manual of Military Training - Page 68
by James Alfred Moss - 1917 - 666 pages
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Manual of Military Training

James Alfred Moss - Military art and science - 1914 - 699 pages
...beings; iiu counting distant groups of objects or beings; in recognizing colors and forms. (157) 176. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...estimating distances. (158) SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY 177. The uaptain is responsible for the theoretical and practical instruction of his officers and noncommissioned...
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Cavalry Service Regulations, United States Army (experimental). 1914

United States. War Dept - 1914 - 331 pages
...distant objects and in estimating the size of groups, such as herds of animals and bodies of troops. 124. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...Similarly, they should be trained in estimating distances. MANUAL OP THE PISTOL. 125. Instruction under this head is first given on foot. The recruit is first...
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Complete United States Infantry Guide for Officers and Noncommissioned ...

1917 - 2074 pages
...living beings; in counting distant groups of objects or beings; in recognizing colors and forms. 158. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...Similarly, they should be trained in estimating distances. SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY. 159. The captain is responsible for the theoretical and practical instruction...
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National Service Library: Rudiments of drill, mobile army troops, by w. T ...

Military art and science - 1917
...living beings ; in counting distant groups of objects or beings; in recognizing colors and forms. 176. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...Similarly, they should be trained in estimating distances. SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY 177. The captain is responsible for the theoretical and practical instruction...
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Cavalry Drill Regulations, United States Army: 1916

United States. War Dept - Cavalry - 1917 - 434 pages
...preparatory command for firing whether the firing has actually commenced or not. TARGET DESIGNATION. 141. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...troops, both with the naked eye and with field glasses. Owing to the invariable custom of attempting to conceal fire trenches, it is necessary to have some...
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Manual for Noncommissioned Officers and Privates of Cavalry of the Army of ...

United States. War Dept - 1917 - 397 pages
...commenced or not. TARGET DESIGNATION. 141. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing litoe, they should be practiced in repeating to one another...troops, both with the naked eye and with field glasses. Owing to the invariable custom of attempting to conceal fire trenches, it is necessary to have some...
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The Cantonment Manual: Or, Facts for Every Soldier

Walter G. Kilner, Andrew J. MacElroy - History - 1917 - 307 pages
...mechanism of the firing line, they should be practiced in repeating to one another target and aiming-point designations and in quickly locating and pointing...Similarly, they should be trained in estimating distances. CHAPTER VI SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY Each member of the squad should remember that the cquad is the unit...
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Cavalry Drill Regulations, United States Army: 1916

United States. War Dept - Cavalry drill and tactics - 1917 - 434 pages
...preparatory command for firing whether the firing has actually commenced or not. TARGET DESIGNATION. 141. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...aiming point designations and in quickly locating f. and pointing out a designated target. They should be taught to distinguish, from a prone position,...
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Infantry Drill Regulations United States Army, 1911 Corrected to December 31 ...

United States. General Staff Corps - 1918 - 259 pages
...living beings ; in countng distant groups of objects or beings; in recognizing colors and forms. 158. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...Similarly, they should be trained in estimating distances. SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY. 159. The captain is responsible for the theoretical and practical instruction...
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Military Students Text Book ...: For the Use of R.O.T.C. and S.A.T ..., Volume 1

James Alfred Moss, George Reudel Guild - Military art and science - 1918
...in recognizing colors and forms. 155. Training in mechanism of firing line and estimating distances. In the training of men in the mechanism of the firing...Similarly, they should be trained in estimating distances. SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY 156. Captain responsible for instruction of officers and noncommissioned officers....
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