What a Company Officer Should Know

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G. U. Harvey, 1917 - 106 pages
 

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Page 99 - 47. For communication between the firing line and the reserve or commander in rear, the subjoined signals (Signal Corps code) are prescribed. In transmission, their concealment from the enemy's view should be insured. In the absence of signal flags, the head dress or other substitute may be used.
Page 89 - {d) Date of receipt of order at station where soldier is serving is the date the transfer takes effect. If the transfer of a soldier from one organization to another changes his rate of pay, the date of the receipt of the order at the post where he is serving must always be shown. 37. TRANSPORTATION.
Page 80 - rolls following the final disposition of the case will appear a complete statement of the soldier's account at the date of such disposition of the case, the ante^desertion and post-desertion accounts to be stated separately, including the number, source, and date of the order announcing his return to duty, or the result of the trial.
Page 90 - rolls following the final disposition of the case will appear a complete statement of the soldier's account at the date of such disposition of the case, the ante-desertion and post-desertion accounts to be stated separately, including the number, source, and date of the order announcing his return to duty, or the result of the trial.
Page 100 - Affirmative. Range. Right. Support going forward. Suspend firing. Target. If signaled from the firing line to the rear. Ammunition required. Am about to charge if no instructions to the contrary. Cease firing. Double time or "rush." Preparing to move forward. Negative. Left. What is the (RN, etc.)
Page 101 - served in the field against hostile natives on the Island of Panay during July, 1907. 2. The early return of these papers is desired. By order of the Secretary of War: Thomas H. Smith, Adjt. Gen. 2 Incls. (Stamp) Rec'd Phil. Div, Sept. 14, 1912. 79935 5th Ind. Hq. Philippines Division, Manila,
Page 101 - Meanwhile, fry 3 slices of bacon until slightly browned in the mess pan over a brisk fire or hot coals, and lay them on top of the rice, leaving sufficient grease in the pan in which to fry the flapjack. Take 6 spoonfuls of flour and one-third spoonful of baking powder and mix
Page 101 - While the batter is frying, wash out the tin cup; two-thirds fill with water and let come to a boil. Add 1 medium heaping spoonful of coffee and stir well, and if desired, 1 spoonful of sugar and let boil for about 5 minutes. Let simmer for about 10 minutes longer. Settle by a
Page 81 - (1) Allotments should begin with the first day of a month, except that no allotment will begin prior to date of current enlistment. (2) An allotment should be entered on the pay roll for the month in which it commences without waiting for any report from the Quartermaster General that the allotment papers have been received.

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