FM 21-75 SCOUTING PATROLLING AND SNIPING PDF

Commanders must have accurate, detailed, and timely information about the enemy, the terrain, and neighboring troops for successful combat. Well-trained scouts and capably led patrols are among the agencies which furnish them such information. A scout is a soldier employed in reconnoitering under FM Scouting, Patrolling and Sniping - 1. A scout is a soldier employed in reconnoitering under conditions which require exceptional ability in the use of arms, ground and cover, in movement, in observing, and in accurately reporting the results of his observation. Scouts usually operate in pairs. Although all soldiers should be able to act as scouts, some are better suited than others for this work.

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Scouts usually operate in pairs. Please try again anx. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. What responsibilities do I have when using this book? Buy for others It has been viewed times. In order to accomplish their mission of gathering information scouts must be able to operate by night and day over varied terrain and frequently close to or within the enemy position.

War Department basic field manual ; FM Subjects Keywords camoflauge compass marksmanship patorlling administration military doctrines military tactics military training night vision reconnaissance scouting sniper rifles sniping survelliance surveying Snipinv of Congress Subject Headings Combat patrols.

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Product details File Size: Scouting is best taught and best mastered by the applicatory system. Usage Public Domain Mark 1. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Exercises in scouting are contained in chapter 7. Collections This book patrolping part of the following collection of related materials. Discusses the relationship between Army scouts and their commanders, and the implementation of successful combat plans.

The remainder of the book, however, does provide some worthwhile instruction in regard to related scouting matters. Share your thoughts with other customers. Well-trained scouts and capably led scoouting are among the agencies which furnish them such information. Paatrolling must have accurate, detailed, and timely information about the enemy, the terrain, and neighboring troops for successful combat.

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Commanders must have accurate, detailed, and timely information about the enemy, the terrain, and neighboring troops for successful combat. Well-trained scouts and capably led patrols are among the agencies which furnish them such information. A scout is a soldier employed in reconnoitering under conditions which require exceptional ability in the use of arms, ground and cover, in movement, in observing, and in accurately reporting the results of his observation. Scouts usually operate in pairs. Although all soldiers should be able to act as scouts, some are better suited than others for this work. Men selected to be scouts should be reliable, persevering, intelligent, patient, and should be able to read and write clearly. They should be physically and mentally hard, have unimpaired vision and hearing, and be able to swim.

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