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Hammer in aiming stakes to help you fire into dangerous approaches at night and at other times when visibility is poor. Look for your next position before leaving a position. Wash equipment in hot, soapy skillw and let it air dry. Not keep soldie in combat areas. Of course, at other times, they can be intercepted by the enemy who may, in turn, use similar visual signals to create confusion. Positions must not be where the enemy expects to find them.
High standards of sanitation also protect against some insects.
FM 21-75: Combat Skills Of The Soldier
Hide mess kits, mirrors, food con- tainers, and white underwear and soldisr. Also, you can observe and fire to the rront when not being fired at, and move back behind the frontal cover when under heavy fire.
After they burn out, move out of the area quickly. If foreign matter is present, turn the mine upsicie down and gently tap its bottom to dis- lodge the matter. Dark and rough materials such as wool blankets and shelter halves can be used to cover potential reflecting surfaces. It should be large enough for you and your buddy in full combat gear. When you must count higher plied by three. If this makes the casualty vomit, quickly turn him onto his side, clean out his mouth, and con- tinue giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
If there is no material for a helmet cover, dis- guise and dull helmet surface with irregular patterns of paint or mud.
First, letyour eyes become adjusted to the darkness. Blow into his mouth.
Sloping ground changes the appearance of meter lengths. The other platform is on the secondary sector of fire side of the position, and the machine gun biped is used when firing on this platform.
The prearranged meaning of arm-and-hand signals may be found in FM It contains one or two field first-aid soldie.
Also, cover up tracks and other signs of movement. Thermal radiation causes burns and starts fires. Keep your hair clean, neatly combed, and trimmed. Use foot powder on your feet to help kill germs, reduce friction on the skin, and absorb perspiration. If you find out or suspect that the enemy is using biological agents, report it to your leader. Dig your buddy’s compartment large enough for him and his equipment. The position should have frontal cover to give protection from small arms fire from the front.
When flank commmon cover is used, dig only one grenade sump. To purify water from rivers or streams: Conduct of Patrols Chpt For example, report ” 10 enemy infantrymen” not “a rifle squad” or “3 enemy tanks” not “an enemy tank platoon”.
Channel 1 has a range of 1, meters. Decontami- nate the eyes by flushing them repeatedly with plain water. They have their greatest application as command post warning alarms. That may make 2-75 easy for the enemy to spot you. Dig the hole deep enough to 217-5 the crew 21-775 still let the gunner fire FM the machine gun usually about armpit deep. Paint shiny areas forehead, cheekbones, nose, ears, and chin with a dark color.
The only help is to get as comfortable as possible while under- going the early symptoms. To help you remember details, make notes and draw sketches. The term hasty does not mean that there is no digging.
Soldeir will either tell you to run out of the impact area in a certain direction soldiee will tell you to follow him. For water drainage, slope the floor of the hole toward the grenade sumps.
Do not remove your shirt in the open. Then check the camouflage periodi- cally to see that it stays natural-lookmg and conceals the position. Put logs 10 to 15 cm 4 to 6 in in diameter side by side across the support logs as the base for the overhead cover.
FM Chptr 7 Communications
Transmission will continue with the last word correctly transmitted. Therefore, control your fear and use it to your soodier. When the terrain does not provide natural cover and concealment, you must prepare your cover and use natural and man-made materials to camouflage yourself, your equipment, and your position.
Although installing a wire network takes more time than installing a radio, wire lines are usually more secure than radio.
At night, and when moving through dense vegetation, avoid making noise. Twigs can also be used for toothpicks. Make sure that the safety pins move freely in the safety-pin holes.
Ground that slopes upward makes them look longer than meters, and ground that slopes downward makes them look shorter than meters. Use camouflage and concealment to breakup shapes and blend them with their surroundings.