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Field Manual FM 3-21.8 (FM 7-8) The Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad March 2007 Paperback – March 28, 2007
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I bought 2, one to keep at home station, and one for my home library. A good investment, and a must have for all 11 series army soldiers
Being in armed reconnaissance (Tet-68) it was not as grueling as being in a rifle platoon. It was not as necessary to hone the skills on a daily bases but everyone is a soldier first. Ever wonder how a hand full of professionals can out maneuver, think and act against a bigger or better equipped force? It is mostly training and drills combined with the flexibility to carry out the commander's intent and take advantage of targets of opportunity. To do this you have to know the commanders intent and recognize targets of opportunity.
The field manual is best used for its intended purpose. However as with many other manuals one can build character and apply not the specific tactics but their purpose to other disciplines.
In a mechanized war it is easy to forget that something's need to be taken and held. I have always had a respect for those that can.
Even though I never acquired a military attitude I found it intriguing trying to out maneuver those that follow the book. I would have paid for my time at the National Training Center (Mojave) and similar locations.
This isn't a comment on the content, but on format: Don't buy current military manuals from anyone. Seriously. Go the Army digital library website and download all the public distribution manuals for nothing. Totally free. All the infantry manuals, Ranger Handbook, soldier guides, etc. they are all there.
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