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The gait at which the base of a mounted unit is moving at the instant considered. 31 Same. Same or forming up (also used to refer specifically to an orhaving ganization the strength of a brigade or more). Same. Slit trench (that permits firing from a standing position) or weapon pit. Operation instructions. Same. Anti-personnel bomb. Same. Same. Same. Same. No equivalent. -A counterpreparation Defensive fire. planned to meet a general attack and involving all the weapons capable of firing on the threatened front.
To afford or provide shelter. To Protection. screen or cover from notice. -A shelter which protects against continuous bombardment by at least 8inch shells. -A shelter which protects against direct hits, and in some cases against a continued bombardment, by 3-inch shells. Same (also a classification of protected papers, equivalent to U. S. "Restricted"). Covering detachment. Same. Judging. Sentry post. Same. Supply units. Supply units - "The Services" (provided for by War Establishments). Same or cover.
Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. Moving barrage. Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. Same. U. S. -The use or application of sanitary measures. -The commander's plan for employing subordinate units to accomplish a mission. -A man specially trained in shooting, in using ground and cover, in observing, and in reporting the results of observation. A man who gathers information in the field. To reconnoiter a region or country to obtain information of the enemy or to accomplish any other military purpose. To act as a scout.