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c. Special orders, similar to special orders for members
of an interior guard, should be prepared for each patrol and
carried by each member of the patrol.
39. METHOD OF PATROLLING. a. Position on
sidewalk. While patrolling, the military policeman walks
along the outside of the sidewalk. (See fig. 10.) This
enables him to:
Figure 10. Military police patrol in pairs.
(1) See farther down the street.
(2) Be readily seen and contacted by his superior offi-
cers and noncommissioned officers, or by a motor patrol.
(3) Be less readily attacked from doorways.
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