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The Organization of the Marine Infantry Regiment By U.S. Marine Corps
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Tables of Organization, Approved 27 March 1944. The purpose of military organization is to secure the most effective use of the men, weapons, and other resources of a body of troops. This instruction... More > manual from the Marine Corps School in Quantico, Virginia, provides very detailed Tables of Organization and Equipment (TO&E) for a Marine Infantry Regiment and its subordinate units. Part I contains diagrams of the various units and an explanation of their composition and armament so that the reader will be better able to understand and use the tables. No attempt is made to explain the tactical use of the units covered, or the characteristics and employment of the weapons which they have. The tables contained in Part II of this book are the Marine Corps Tables of Organization approved by the Commandant on 27 March 1944 (with changes of 22 July 1944). Originally published in July 1944 by the Marine Corps Schools, Marine Barracks, Quantico, Virginia. 54 pages, 1 illustration, 10 diagrams, 6 tables.< Less
United States Marine Corps Small War Manual, 1940 By United States Marine Corps
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USMC Small Wars Manual, this is how the Marine Corps used to fight small wars.
United States Marine Corps Small War Manual, 1940 By United States Marine Corps
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USMC Small Wars Manual, this is how the Marine Corps used to fight small wars.
Marine History Operations in Iraq Operation Iraqi Freedom -Marine History Operations in Iraq Operation Iraqi Freedom I A Catalog of Interviews and Recordings, Histor A Catalog of Interviews and Recordings, Historical Documents, Photographs and Combat Art By UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
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The mission of the History and Museums Division is to collect, collate, analyze, and display the cumulative operational and institutional experiences of the U.S. Marine Corps. In this endeavor, its... More > first priority is to help orient, educate, and train Marines to accomplish their mission, and to inform the American public about what it is that we Marines do. The collection phase falls to the Field History Branch, which comprises a handful of Reserve historians and combat artists. Their job is to observe and document military operations at first hand. During Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), the field historians and combat artists served in theater with their supported units, under wartime conditions. Once attention has shifted from Iraq and new conflicts arise, the interviews, documents, photographs and artwork collected and created by these Marines will serve as permanent reminders of the efforts and achievements of individual Marines and their units. In recognition of their efforts during Operations Enduring...< Less
Water Survival - USMC By United States Marine Corp
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Great book describing water survival techniques with many images. If you are on water often, this book could very well save your life. Chapters include: 1) Survival at Sea, 2) Water Rescues, 3)... More > Treatment of Casualties and Avoidance of Dangerous Marine Life, 4) Negotiating Water Obstacles, 5) Fording Waterways, and an Appendix that covers knot tying.< Less
Pistol Marksmanship By United States. Marine Corps
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"Marines must have the versatility, flexibility, and skills to deal with any situation at any level of intensity across the entire range of military operations. Whenever the situation warrants... More > the application of deadly force, a Marine must be able to deliver well-aimed shots to eliminate the threat. A Marine who is proficient in pistol marksmanship handles this challenge without escalating the level of violence or causing unnecessary collateral damage. It is not enough to simply provide Marines with the best available firearms; we must also ensure that their training prepares them to deliver accurate fire against the enemy under the most adverse conditions without hesitancy, fear, or uncertainty of action. A well-trained Marine is confident that he can protect himself, accomplish the mission, and protect his fellow Marines. To be combat ready, a Marine must be skilled in the tactics, techniques, and procedures of< Less
Afghanistan: An Introduction To The Country And People - Handbook By Marine Corps Institute
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With United States involvement in Afghanistan, knowledge of the country is imperative. This “handbook” explains a number of basic issues that should be in the knowledge... More > “toolbox” of a Marine working with Afghanis or deployed to the country.< Less
Iraq: An Introduction to the Country and People (Handbook) By Marine Corps Institute
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The United States is committed to on-going involvement with Iraq to rebuild the country. Marines, who deploy to Iraq or are involved with Iraqis, need a basic knowledge of the country, its culture,... More > history and present-day state of affairs. · This handbook explains a number of basic issues that should be in the knowledge “toolbox” of a Marine working with Iraqis or deployed to the region. · You can use the links that form an integral part of this document to explore further any of the topics discussed in this handbook.< Less
Cold Weather Medicine Course By United States Marine Corps
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U.S. Marine Corps Cold Weather Medicine Survival Course, Training and Skills is an excellent manual for anyone who might find themselves in a survival situation. Table of Contents: Mountain Safety... More > (Winter); Survival Kit; Cold Weather Clothing; Winter War Fighting Load Requirements; Nomenclature and Care of Military Ski Equipment; Military Snow Shoe Movement; Preventive Medicine; Patient Assessment; Triage; Tactical Combat Casualty Care; Land Navigation Review; Nutrition; Hypothermia; Freezing / Near Freezing Tissue Injuries; Extreme Cold Weather Tent; Personal / Team Stoves; Ten Man Arctic Tent: Burn Management; Miscellaneous Cold Weather Medical Problems; CaseVacs and CaseVacs Reporting; High Altitude Health Problems; Environmental Hazards 1; Environmental Hazards 2; Avalanche Search Organization; Avalanche Transceivers; Bivouac Routine; Wilderness Orthopedic Trauma; Cold Weather Leadership Problems; Submersion Incidents; Requirements for Survival; Survival Signaling...< Less
Assault Climbers Handbook By United States Marine Corps
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The purpose of this period of instruction is to familiarize the student with the twelve mountain safety considerations and the acronym used to remember them. This lesson relates to all training... More > conducted in a mountainous environment.< Less