2 edition of Field service pocket book. found in the catalog.
|Statement||H.M. Stationery Off.|
|Publishers||H.M. Stationery Off.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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It contains information on communications, engineering, organisation, accommodation, cooking and much more. thanks to support through Pamphlet No. These downloads are provided free-of-charge for the benefit of anyone that wants to know more about the use of the Vickers Machine Gun and know what the Machine Gunners would have known.
9 — Supply and Replenishment of Material in the Field 1939, United Kingdom A pamphlet covering how the supplied and replenished its troops in the field.
2 The establishment of veterinary hospitals where sick and injured animals could be sent to receive treatment. 39 and 42, 1941 1941, United Kingdom Armies required communication to function.
thanks to support through Pamphlet No. Illustrated with diagrams, Field service pocket book. 21 plates 8 foldout throughout the text. This includes consumption rates and the logistics systems in place to carry out that supply. Field engineering is dealt with too, along with tools and explosives, together with defensive systems, obstacles, and working parties. Limp waterproof cloth covers with wrap around binding and front pocket. 3 The provision of a veterinary officer to examine all slaughtered cattle before the meat was consumed by troops, to be certain it was free of disease.
Many of rare items not readily available so, if you find them useful, please of this resource. Upon recovery, they were to be sent to the nearest remount depot for reassignment. Part I — Countries other than India 1926, British Army Split into two parts, this Field Service Pocket Book sets outs the detail and knowledge needed for being an officer in the in the latter part of the 1920s who was not serving in India.
Moderate shelf and handling wear; some soiling to thee endpapers; is signed on the pocket RFS, and signed on the ffep R.
Officers are not expected to memorize all the abbreviations given in this pamphlet.
Chapter VI deals with small arms and guns, the supply of ammunition, rations and fuel, together with their storage.