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SCOUTS MOVE AHEAD,OBSERV-
ING TO FRONT AND SIDES.
LEADING SCOUT LOOKS IN
ADVANCE PARTY MOVES IN
SQUAD COLUMN,DEPLOYING TO
OVERCOME LIGHT RESISTANCE.
MEN ON SIDEWALK OBSERVE
OPPOSITE SIDE OF STREET,TO
PREVENT FIRING FROM ROOFS
MAIN BODY MARCHES IN
REAR PARTY GUARDS AGAINST
ATTACK FROM REAR.
Figure 13. A column marching through city streets
protects itself by advance and rear guard.
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