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Manual of Military Training

Second, Revised Edition

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Author: James A. Moss
Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 260,569 / 808 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 51.9
LoC Category: UB
Downloads: 2,485
Added to site: 2008.09.27 22150
Genre: Instructional

Intended, primarily, for use in connection with the instruction and training of Cadets in our military schools and colleges and of COMPANY officers of the National Army, National Guard, and Officers' Reserve Corps; and secondarily, as a guide for COMPANY officers of the Regular Army, the aim being to make efficient fighting COMPANIES and to qualify our Cadets and our National Army, National Guard and Reserve Corps officers for the duties and responsibilities of COMPANY officers in time of war.

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iary Aiming Points--Firing at Moving Targets-- Night Firing--Fire Direction and Control--Distribution of Fire--Individual Instruction in Fire Distribution-- Designation of Targets--Exercises in Ranging, Target Designation Communication, etc.



* CHAPTER I. =CARE OF THE HEALTH=--Importance of Good 1451-1469 Health--Germs--The Five Ways of Catching Disease-- Diseases Caught by Breathing in Germs--Diseases Caught by Swallowing Germs--Disease Caught by Touching Germs-- Diseases Caught from Biting Insects.

* CHAPTER II. =PERSONAL HYGIENE=--Keep the Skin Clean-- 1470-1477 Keep the Body Properly Protected against the Weather-- Keep the Body Properly Fed--Keep the Body Supplied with Fresh Air--Keep the Body well Exercised--Keep the Body Rested by Sufficient Sleep--Keep the Body Free of Wastes.

* CHAPTER III. =FIRST AID TO THE SICK AND INJURED= 1478-1522 --Objectof Teaching First Aid--Asphyxiation by Gas-- Bite of Dog--Bite of Snake--Bleeding-



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