Provides a historical review of field artillery from the earliest time to the period of the beginning of the European War, examaning the use of aerial observation for artillery spotting purposes. Codes and signals for communications included.
Discusses the role that the grenade plays in close combat, and the need for training in the throwing of grenades. Looks at all circumstances of grenade combat. Discusses hand grenades, grenade mortars, and rifle grenades.
Contains details of the importance of giving proper instructions and orders to troops with suggested order forms and information needed so as to present essential matter in a clear and explicit manner so that it will not be neglected or...
United States Army Combat Developments Command Special Operations Agency
This manual provides general doctrine for commanders, staff, and advisors responsible for stability operations within the overall interdepartmental internal defense and internal development (IDAD) effort. It is based upon the broad general guidance...
An ordnance school text, Chapter 1 covers material common to all rockets, and their advantages and disadvantages. Succeeding chapters are concerned with the various standard and development rockets, with a chapter assigned to each size of rocket.
Contains aerial photographs and illustrations with commentary on their proper interpretation regarding battery emplacement and trench construction. Companion to "Notes on the interpretation of aeroplane photographs."
General Staff (Intelligence), General Headquarters
The following notes are issued in order to facilitate the accurate location of important military features, such as machine gun emplacements, trench mortars, batteries, railways, tracks, buried cables, dugouts, and mine shafts by means of aeroplane...
Throughout this pamphlet, Finnish and Russian combat methods, organization, and equipment are compared to those of the German Army. The descriptions of Finnish climate and terrain involve comparisons with that of Germany.