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Advanced map and aerial photograph reading.
"The purpose of this manual is to provide a text on advanced map and aerial photograph reading for military personnel who throughly understand the basic material in FM 21-25." (Page 1.)
Armored infantry battalion.
Describes "the tactical employment of the armored infantry battalion, both as part of a larger force, and when acting independently."
Armored infantry company.
Describes the organization, tactics, and techniques of the armored infantry rifle company.
Cavalry drill regulations, horse.
Describes mounted drill for horse cavalry units and organizations.
Cavalry reconnaissance squadron mechanized.
A training manual for the cavalry reconnaissance squadron, mechanized. Includes discussions of organization, combat, and logistics.
Chemical decontamination company.
Describes the organization, training, and operations of the Chemical Decontamination Company.
Field fortifications
"This manual describes field fortification methods and gives details of construction of entrenchments, emplacements, and shelters. It also outlines the principles of terrain appreciation which apply to field fortifications, and explains how to combine individual field fortifications into a unified system by means of organization of the ground."
Forward observation.
"This manual provides instructions for training commissioned or enlisted personnel in the tactics and techniques of forward observation."
Radio communication.
Discusses "radio communication fundamentals and the methods and technique involved in the installation and operation of radio communication equipment."
Small boats and harbor craft.
A manual for U.S. Army sailors assigned to the Harbor Boat Service. Describes company organization, duties of personnel, equipment used, and basic seamanship.
The Special Service Company.
Describes the functions and services provided by the Army Special Service Company.
Tactical employment : tank destroyer unit.
"This manual is a guide to the tactical employment of tank destroyer units both self-propelled and towed." (Page 1.)
Tactics and technique of division artillery and higher artillery echelons.
Describes the mission, organization, and principles of employment of the field artillery unit.
Tank destroyer pioneer platoon.
Describes "the tactical employment of the self-propelled tank destroyer pioneer platoon."
Tank destroyer reconnaissance platoon.
A World War II Army manual describing "the tactical employment of the tank destroyer reconnaissance platoon ... of both the towed and self-propelled battalions."
Tank destroyer, tactical employment of tank destroyer platoon, self-propelled.
Describes the self-propelled tank destroyer platoon and techniques for its tactical employment.
Tank destroyer, towed gun platoon.
Describes the organization, tactics, and techniques of the towed tank destroyer platoon.
Telephone switchboard operating procedure.
A procedures manual for Army telephone switchboard operators.
Teletypewriter switching and relay procedure.
Describes Army procedures "for establishment, control, and termination of teletypewriter connections involving one more more manual switching centrals" as well as relaying sets of messages through reperforator centrals.
Transportation Corps : military railroads and the Military Railway Service.
Describes the organization and operation of the Military Railway Service.
Transportation Corps : railway-operating battalion.
Describes "the organization and operation of the railway-operating battalion upon a railway operated by the Military Railway Service. Its purpose is to assist military railway officers in the training and operation of their units and to guide command and staff officers charged with their employment."
Umpire manual.
Describes procedures to be used by umpires in military exercises used in the training of ground forces.
Watermanship
"The purpose of this manual is three-fold: a. To give you those basic principles of watermanship that will enable you to meet with confidence any emergency that may arise. b. To teach you certain fundamental practices used during small landing-craft operations. c. To show you how to swim small lakes or rivers under combat conditions."