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e. When the column occupies a march bivouac, such
security measures are taken as required by the situation.
f. Bivouac and detrucking areas in the vicinity of the dis-
turbance are selected prior to the arrival of the column. It is
usually advisable to detruck in an open, sparsely populated
area at a distance from the scene of the disturbance, and
proceed forward on foot. Guards are posted around the area
to keep unauthorized persons at a safe distance. Guards
should not be posted singly, but should comprise two or
42. MOVEMENT BY AIR. a. If the exigencies of the
situation require the transportation of troops to the scene
of the disturbance by air, then the commanding general of
the service command desiring the troops so transported will
request authority from The Provost Marshal General, who,
after having secured necessary concurrences from interested
War Department agencies, will coordinate the issuance of
necessary orders and instructions in accordance with then
b. In the case of movement of troops by air, the main
body should be preceded by a party of sufficient strength
to secure the landing area and prevent interference with the
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