A Soldier's Pocket Book by John Hobbis Harris

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F 3. a 4. e 5. c 6. b 5. Below are some of the good and bad points of Section Formations. Match them with a type of formation, use “D” for Diamond, “A” for Arrowhead, “F” for file, “EL” for Extended Line and “SF” for Single File. Some of the points will be used for more than one type of formation. a) Good for crossing open country at night D b) Good for keeping control SF, F, D c) Has all round observation and protection D d) Firing to the front is restricted SF e) The section commander can be at the front or in the middle D f) Good for moving across open country A g) Produces effective fire against an enemy frontal attack A h) Good for an assault on enemy positions.

Some fallen branches. ………………… d) You lay part of the ground sheet on top of the trunk, pull out the rest and ………….. it to the ground. e) the rope around it. ………….. to the ground 5. Choose one of the types of shelter. Listen again and make notes on how to build the type of shelter you have chosen. 6. Find a partner who has chosen a different type of shelter. Tell him how to build the shelter you chose and listen to him tell you how to build the shelter he chose. Attention! A Military English Course for NCOs Building Shelters: Answer Key 4.

Name of Cooker 2 Tommy Cooker 4. Type of fuel used blocks of solid fuel 5. Rule One for lighting a fire: Get permission from the landowner 6. Rule Two for lighting a fire: Don’t light a fire near anything that can burn 7. Rule Three for lighting a fire: Put out the fire before going to sleep Complete the following sentences A) If you just take a pile of dry leaves and pile on twigs and branches any old way, you’ll have a great big fire with lots of flames but one that is useless for cooking. B) What you need is a quick hot little fire that will boil water in a jiffy.

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