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the tactics to be employed are determined by the military
commander. The tactical principles outlined in FM 27-15
are generally applicable.
63. PUBLIC DISASTERS. a. Military police render as-
sistance to members of the armed forces whenever aid is
necessary. In appropriate cases, this assistance may include
feeding, housing, and arranging for medical treatment,
clothing, and transportation.
b. In the United States, disaster relief work toward the
Figure 23. In occupied territory, military police may be required
to supervise civilians engaged in recovering bodies
and removing wreckage.
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