A Soldier's Pocket Book by John Hobbis Harris

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Recce Patrol, Standing Patrol, Fighting Patrol and Escort Patrol and their aims, the amount of men they need, the weapons and equipment they use and special comments about them. Hope you’ve learnt something from this little talk.

You crawl on your hands and knees, just like a baby. You search the ground ahead for twigs and you move your knee to where your hand has searched. That way your knee won’t snap a twig. And finally, there is THE KITTEN CRAWL. You use this when you really think you’re in danger and the enemy might hear you. It is very quiet but slow. It is also very tiring. So, you can’t do it for a long time. You lie on your front. You search ahead for twigs. Then, you lift your body on your forearms and toes, press forward and lower yourself on to the ground.

That’s resting on your left arm. Make sure you don’t get any dirt in the muzzle. Another way of moving during the day is THE LEOPARD CRAWL. This way of moving keeps your body very low. It is useful for moving behind very low cover. You lie on the ground. You crawl on the inside of your knees and your elbows. You move by using alternative knees and elbows. That is you move your right arm, then your left leg, then your left arm and right leg. It helps if you roll your body as you bend your knees.

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