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The primary sector of fire is to the oblique of your position, and the secondary sector of fire is to the front. The agents may linger for hours or days and en- danger you when you are unprotected. They would be used in combat in the same way as chemical-warfare agents, and they may disable or kill without warning. When treating a soldieer, first find out if he is breathing. Trenches provide covered routes between positions. Ground that slopes upward makes them look longer than meters, and ground that slopes downward makes them look shorter than meters.

Give them a written receipt for any personal property and documents talcen. Mine bounds into air and explodes at height of 21-57.

The M8 automatic chemical-agent alarm can solddier the presence of chemical agents in the air and produce an audible or visual signal. Men and equipment to lay wire lines should be available. Watch out for escape attempts. To reduce shine, cover your skin with clothing and face paint.

The following procedures should be used: The kind of equipment observed may be peculiar to a certain type of unit. If soldiee are crossing an obstacle, such as a barbed-wire fence or a wall, and get caught in the light of an aerial flare, crouch low and stay down until the flare burns out.


That lets the assistant gunner work from the right side of the RCLR. Deceiving the enemy as to US plans and intentions. That may make it easy for the enemy to spot you.

Try to follow or join them to keep the team together. If necessary, hit the ground, roll right or left, then rush again. That helps to keep the muscles and body functions ready for the next period of combat. Turn captured soldiers over to your leader quickly. Search PWs as soon as they are cap- tured. Battle noise can obviously reduce the effective use of sound signals. Decontami- nate the eyes by flushing them repeatedly with plain water.

If it extends cimmon the detonator well, the mine is unsafe to use. This helps keep the enemy hom firing back at the movement element.

FM 21-75: Combat Skills Of The Soldier

The forward stakes are usea to hold tne rifle barrel. If blister agents come in contact with the eyes or skin, soldiee the areas at once.

When the frontal cover is high and thick enough, use the rest of the dirt to build flank and rear cover. If moving where it is easy to blend with the background such as in a forest and you are caught in the light of an aerial flare, freeze in place until the fmre burns out.

Your leaders need combat intelHgence to help them plan operations.

FM « Soldier Combat Skills

commin If you have these symptoms, stay quiet and comfortable, but seek medical aid quickly. The smaller the hole, the less likely it is that rounds, grenades, or airburst fragments will get into it. Give such documents to your leader quickly. Blow into his mouth. In addition to the face.


They must also be able to transmit and receive the same type signal. In the offense, move only on covered and concealed routes. A casualty in shock may be excited or appear calm and tired. They can disable or kill. Put the mine in commln hole.

Also, shave as often as the water supply and tactical situation permit. If clothing and sleeping gear cannot be washed or exchanged, shake them and air them regularly in the sun. It has chan- nels and can be preset on 1 of them. Natural concealment includes such things as bushes, grass, trees, and shadows. Allow you to fire. To move, alternately advance your right elbow and left knee, then your left elbow and right knee. Radiation is reduced by a factor of two for each 16 inches of hole depth.

Dig the hole deep enough to, protect the crew and still let the gunner fire the machine gun usually about armpit deep. Silence PWs and do not let them talk to each other. That will make them taste better and will reduce the energy required to digest them. Use the following techniques to avoid being seen or heard by the enemy: Before firing any of these weapons, clear the backblast area. Combat Intelligence and Counterintelligence Chpt 5: