An Official Record of Australian Army Service in Two Hemispheres, 1939-1944. This is a completely new edition (not a facsimile) of a booklet first published in Australia in 1944. This work presents a... More > brief but comprehensive summary of the Australian Army from 1939 to 1944, including coverage of their "battle record" in North Africa, Greece, Crete, Syria, Malaya, Java, Timor, Portuguese Timor, New Britain, New Guinea, Milne Bay, the Owen Stanleys, Wau, Markham and Ramu Valleys, Ethiopia, plus special forces, mainland defense, Australia's Home Guard, Army Women's Services, manpower, artillery, rations, equipment, signals, medical service. 56 photos; 2 maps; drawing; appendices.< Less
FM 7-22.7 provides the Army’s noncommissioned officers a guide for leading, supervising and caring for soldiers. While not all-inclusive nor intended as a stand-alone document, the guide offers... More > NCOs a ready reference for most situations. The Army NCO Guide describes NCO duties, responsibilities and authority and how they relate to those of warrant and commissioned officers. It also discusses NCO leadership, counseling and mentorship and the NCO role in training. Of particular use are the additional sources of information and assistance described in the manual. The Army NCO Guide provides information critical to the success of today’s noncommissioned officers. This manual is for all NCOs of the Army, both active and reserve component. While especially important for new NCOs, this book will be useful to junior officers as well. Every NCO will benefit from reading and understanding FM 7-22.7.< Less
AR 635–200 - Active Duty Enlisted Administrative Separations This rapid action revision, dated 6 September 2011-- o Implements the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act of 2010 by... More > deleting all references to separation for homosexual conduct and concealment of preservice and prior-service homosexual conduct (paras 1-8, 1-14g, 1-17b, 1-17c, 1-18a(1) and (2), 1-28d, 1-32b, 1-33b, 2-6c, 2-12b(8), 3-7c, 5-3c, 5-13c, 11- 3c, and 14-2e; rescinded paras 1-5c, 1-35b(8)j, 2-6a(4), 2-12b(3), 7-17b(7), and chap 15). o Makes administrative changes (app A: obsolete publications marked; removed “A” from “DD Form 256A” and added DD Form 363 in the prescribed forms list, added DA Form 3891-1 in the referenced forms list; glossary: deleted unused acronyms and corrected abbreviations as prescribed by Army Records Management and Declassification Agency).< Less
This field manual provides guidance for Armywide uniformity in the conduct of drill
and ceremonies. It includes methods of instructing drill, teaching techniques, individual
and unit drill, manual of... More > arms for infantry weapons, and various other aspects of basic
drill instruction.< Less
This 8.5x11 book holds some of the most useful survival information anyone could ask for in an easy-to-read, well-organized format with many diagrams.
Virtually everything is covered in this book,... More > including: survival kits, survival medicine, shelter, water procurement, firecraft, food procurement, survival use of plants, animals, weapons and tools, cold weather, sea, direction finding, camouflage, stalking, survival in man-made hazards, and MUCH more.
You could buy 2-3 other survival manuals just to find everything covered in this book.< Less