Table Op Contents

m«>1 1IIE Paragraphs Page al^luo Chafteb l. The engineer soldier and the corps of engineers----------------------- 1-3 1

__Chapter. 2. Engineer tools and common engineer

BASIC FIELD MANUAL Section I. Engineer tools__________________ 4-10 3

II. Common engineer tasks------------------11-16 19

Chapter 3. Elementary rigging______________________________17-31 30

Chapter i. Field fortifications______________________________32-39 56

tP Chapter 5. Camouflage_______________________ 40-44 7Q

Chapter 6. Explosives and demolitions________________4£-56 77

Chapteb. 7. Engineers and tanks.

nuti-ttfcmn*» ^ - ___ , - _ ~ ^Section i. Tank hunting 56 89 96

ENGINEER SOLDIER'S HANDBOOK u. Antitank defense_______________ 60-61 99

Chapter 3. Assault of a fortified position 62-66 103

Chapter 9. Bridges_____________________________87-11 106

Chapter 10. Boats and rafts____________________72-17 115

Chapter 11. Airdromes______________________________78-B3 120

Chapter 12. Engineer reconnaissance______________________b4-b6 134

Chapter 13. The engineer and his truck______________B7-B9 136

Chapter 14. Comhat weapons____________________________________90-92 137

UNITED STATES Appendix I. Engineer organizations and engineer spe-

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE „ 1«

WASHINGTON" x ma III. Proficiency tests for engineer soldiers 145

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