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Patrolling

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216 pages, illus. in 8 x 11 inch format
ISBN: 1-886848-12-2 {Item No.12} Price 25.00
Edited by Bruce A.Hanesalo


This is a reprint of U.S. Infantry School's manual ST 21-75-3 Dismounted Patrolling (January 1981).


CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2. PREPARING FOR A PATROL
CHAPTER 3. MOVEMENT 
I.   Introduction
II.  Foot Movement
III. Other Methods or Insertion, and 
     Extraction From the Objective Area
CHAPTER	4. ACTIONS AT THE OBJECTIVE AREA 
I.   Introduction
II.  The Objective Rally Point
III. The Combat Patrol
IV.  The Reconnaissance Patrol
V.   Withdrawal From an Objective and 
     Dissemination of Information
CHAPTER	5. PATROLLING TECHNIQUES
CHAPTER	6. SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
I.   Explosives and Demolitions
II.  Handling or Wounded in Action/Killed in Action
III. Mountaineering Techniques
IV.  Stream and River-Crossing Techniques
V.   Small-Boat Handling
VI.  STANO and STANO Countermeasures
VII. Tracking
VIII.Searching Prisoners and Dead Enemy
CHAPTER	7. SECURITY AND CONTACT PATROL
APPENDIX	
A. Reference
B. Ranger-Type Patrols
C. Patrol Equipment
D. Coordination Checklists
E. Tables
F. Principles
G. Catalog Supply System

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