Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1911 Corrected to April 15, 1917 (Changes Nos. 1 to 19)
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Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1911 Corrected to April 15, 1917 (Changes Nos. 1 to 19)

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  • Infantry Drill Regulations
    • UNITED STATES ARMY
  • 1911
    • CORRECTED TO APRIL 15, 1917
      • (Changes Nos. 1 to 19)
    • (Changes Nos. 1 to 19)
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
      • Part I—Drill.
      • Part II—Combat.
      • Part III—Marches and camps.
      • Part IV—Ceremonies and inspections.
      • Part V.—Manuals.
      • Appendix A.
      • Appendix B.
      • Appendix C.—Manual of the Bayonet.
    • Part I—Drill.
    • Part II—Combat.
    • Part III—Marches and camps.
    • Part IV—Ceremonies and inspections.
    • Part V.—Manuals.
    • Appendix A.
    • Appendix B.
    • Appendix C.—Manual of the Bayonet.
  • INFANTRY DRILL REGULATIONS.
    • UNITED STATES ARMY, 1911.
    • DEFINITIONS.
  • Part I.—DRILL.
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • General Rules for Drills and Formations.
    • General Rules for Drills and Formations.
    • ORDERS, COMMANDS, AND SIGNALS.
      • Orders.
        • Commands.
        • Bugle Signals.
        • Whistle Signals.
        • Arm Signals.
        • Flag Signals.
      • Commands.
      • Bugle Signals.
      • Whistle Signals.
      • Arm Signals.
      • Flag Signals.
      • TWO-ARM SEMAPHORE CODE.
    • Orders.
      • Commands.
      • Bugle Signals.
      • Whistle Signals.
      • Arm Signals.
      • Flag Signals.
    • Commands.
    • Bugle Signals.
    • Whistle Signals.
    • Arm Signals.
    • Flag Signals.
    • TWO-ARM SEMAPHORE CODE.
    • SCHOOL OF THE SOLDIER.
      • INSTRUCTION WITHOUT ARMS.
        • Position of the Soldier, or Attention.
        • The Rests.
        • Eyes Right or Left.
        • Facings.
        • Salute with the Hand.
        • STEPS AND MARCHINGS.
        • Quick Time.
        • To Mark Time.
        • The Half Step.
        • Side Step.
        • Back Step.
        • To Halt.
        • To March by the Flank.
        • To March to the Rear.
        • Change Step.
        • MANUAL OF ARMS.
        • Rifle Salute.
        • The Bayonet.
        • The Inspection.
        • To Dismiss the Squad.
      • Position of the Soldier, or Attention.
      • The Rests.
      • Eyes Right or Left.
      • Facings.
      • Salute with the Hand.
      • STEPS AND MARCHINGS.
      • Quick Time.
      • To Mark Time.
      • The Half Step.
      • Side Step.
      • Back Step.
      • To Halt.
      • To March by the Flank.
      • To March to the Rear.
      • Change Step.
      • MANUAL OF ARMS.
      • Rifle Salute.
      • The Bayonet.
      • The Inspection.
      • To Dismiss the Squad.
    • INSTRUCTION WITHOUT ARMS.
      • Position of the Soldier, or Attention.
      • The Rests.
      • Eyes Right or Left.
      • Facings.
      • Salute with the Hand.
      • STEPS AND MARCHINGS.
      • Quick Time.
      • To Mark Time.
      • The Half Step.
      • Side Step.
      • Back Step.
      • To Halt.
      • To March by the Flank.
      • To March to the Rear.
      • Change Step.
      • MANUAL OF ARMS.
      • Rifle Salute.
      • The Bayonet.
      • The Inspection.
      • To Dismiss the Squad.
    • Position of the Soldier, or Attention.
    • The Rests.
    • Eyes Right or Left.
    • Facings.
    • Salute with the Hand.
    • STEPS AND MARCHINGS.
    • Quick Time.
    • To Mark Time.
    • The Half Step.
    • Side Step.
    • Back Step.
    • To Halt.
    • To March by the Flank.
    • To March to the Rear.
    • Change Step.
    • MANUAL OF ARMS.
    • Rifle Salute.
    • The Bayonet.
    • The Inspection.
    • To Dismiss the Squad.
    • SCHOOL OF THE SQUAD.
      • To Form the Squad.
        • Alignments.
        • To Take Intervals and Distances.
        • To Stack and Take Arms.
        • The Oblique March.
        • To Turn on Moving Pivot.
        • To Turn on Fixed Pivot.
        • To Follow the Corporal.
        • To Deploy as Skirmishers.
        • To Increase or Diminish Intervals.
        • The Assembly.
        • Kneeling and Lying Down.
        • LOADINGS AND FIRINGS.
        • To Load.
        • To Unload.
        • To Set the Sight.
        • To Fire by Volley.
        • To Fire at Will.
        • To Fire by Clip.
        • To Suspend Firing.
        • To Cease Firing.
        • THE USE OF COVER.
        • OBSERVATION.
      • Alignments.
      • To Take Intervals and Distances.
      • To Stack and Take Arms.
      • The Oblique March.
      • To Turn on Moving Pivot.
      • To Turn on Fixed Pivot.
      • To Follow the Corporal.
      • To Deploy as Skirmishers.
      • To Increase or Diminish Intervals.
      • The Assembly.
      • Kneeling and Lying Down.
      • LOADINGS AND FIRINGS.
      • To Load.
      • To Unload.
      • To Set the Sight.
      • To Fire by Volley.
      • To Fire at Will.
      • To Fire by Clip.
      • To Suspend Firing.
      • To Cease Firing.
      • THE USE OF COVER.
      • OBSERVATION.
    • To Form the Squad.
      • Alignments.
      • To Take Intervals and Distances.
      • To Stack and Take Arms.
      • The Oblique March.
      • To Turn on Moving Pivot.
      • To Turn on Fixed Pivot.
      • To Follow the Corporal.
      • To Deploy as Skirmishers.
      • To Increase or Diminish Intervals.
      • The Assembly.
      • Kneeling and Lying Down.
      • LOADINGS AND FIRINGS.
      • To Load.
      • To Unload.
      • To Set the Sight.
      • To Fire by Volley.
      • To Fire at Will.
      • To Fire by Clip.
      • To Suspend Firing.
      • To Cease Firing.
      • THE USE OF COVER.
      • OBSERVATION.
    • Alignments.
    • To Take Intervals and Distances.
    • To Stack and Take Arms.
    • The Oblique March.
    • To Turn on Moving Pivot.
    • To Turn on Fixed Pivot.
    • To Follow the Corporal.
    • To Deploy as Skirmishers.
    • To Increase or Diminish Intervals.
    • The Assembly.
    • Kneeling and Lying Down.
    • LOADINGS AND FIRINGS.
    • To Load.
    • To Unload.
    • To Set the Sight.
    • To Fire by Volley.
    • To Fire at Will.
    • To Fire by Clip.
    • To Suspend Firing.
    • To Cease Firing.
    • THE USE OF COVER.
    • OBSERVATION.
    • SCHOOL OF THE COMPANY.
      • CLOSE ORDER.
        • Rules.
        • To Form the Company.
        • To Dismiss the Company.
        • Alignments.
        • Movements on the Fixed Pivot.
        • Movements on the Moving Pivot.
        • Facing or Marching to the Rear.
        • On Right (Left) Into Line.
        • Front Into Line.
        • AT EASE AND ROUTE STEP.
        • TO DIMINISH THE FRONT OF A COLUMN OF SQUADS.
      • Rules.
      • To Form the Company.
      • To Dismiss the Company.
      • Alignments.
      • Movements on the Fixed Pivot.
      • Movements on the Moving Pivot.
      • Facing or Marching to the Rear.
      • On Right (Left) Into Line.
      • Front Into Line.
      • AT EASE AND ROUTE STEP.
      • TO DIMINISH THE FRONT OF A COLUMN OF SQUADS.
      • EXTENDED ORDER.
        • Rules for Deployment.
        • Deployments.
        • The Assembly.
        • The Advance.
        • The Fire Attack.
        • The Company in Support.
        • The Company Acting Alone.
      • Rules for Deployment.
      • Deployments.
      • The Assembly.
      • The Advance.
      • The Fire Attack.
      • The Company in Support.
      • The Company Acting Alone.
      • FIRE.
        • Ranges.
        • Classes of Firing.
        • The Target.
        • Fire Direction.
        • Fire Control.
        • Fire Discipline.
      • Ranges.
      • Classes of Firing.
      • The Target.
      • Fire Direction.
      • Fire Control.
      • Fire Discipline.
    • CLOSE ORDER.
      • Rules.
      • To Form the Company.
      • To Dismiss the Company.
      • Alignments.
      • Movements on the Fixed Pivot.
      • Movements on the Moving Pivot.
      • Facing or Marching to the Rear.
      • On Right (Left) Into Line.
      • Front Into Line.
      • AT EASE AND ROUTE STEP.
      • TO DIMINISH THE FRONT OF A COLUMN OF SQUADS.
    • Rules.
    • To Form the Company.
    • To Dismiss the Company.
    • Alignments.
    • Movements on the Fixed Pivot.
    • Movements on the Moving Pivot.
    • Facing or Marching to the Rear.
    • On Right (Left) Into Line.
    • Front Into Line.
    • AT EASE AND ROUTE STEP.
    • TO DIMINISH THE FRONT OF A COLUMN OF SQUADS.
    • EXTENDED ORDER.
      • Rules for Deployment.
      • Deployments.
      • The Assembly.
      • The Advance.
      • The Fire Attack.
      • The Company in Support.
      • The Company Acting Alone.
    • Rules for Deployment.
    • Deployments.
    • The Assembly.
    • The Advance.
    • The Fire Attack.
    • The Company in Support.
    • The Company Acting Alone.
    • FIRE.
      • Ranges.
      • Classes of Firing.
      • The Target.
      • Fire Direction.
      • Fire Control.
      • Fire Discipline.
    • Ranges.
    • Classes of Firing.
    • The Target.
    • Fire Direction.
    • Fire Control.
    • Fire Discipline.
    • SCHOOL OF THE BATTALION.
      • CLOSE ORDER.
        • Rules.
        • To Form the Battalion.
        • To Dismiss the Battalion.
        • To Rectify the Alignment.
        • To Rectify the Column.
        • On Right (Left) into Line.
        • Front into Line.
        • To Form Column of Companies Successively to the Right or Left.
        • To Form Column of Squads Successively to the Right or Left.
        • To Change Direction.
        • Mass Formations.
        • To Extend the Mass.
        • Route Step and At Ease.
        • Assembly.
      • Rules.
      • To Form the Battalion.
      • To Dismiss the Battalion.
      • To Rectify the Alignment.
      • To Rectify the Column.
      • On Right (Left) into Line.
      • Front into Line.
      • To Form Column of Companies Successively to the Right or Left.
      • To Form Column of Squads Successively to the Right or Left.
      • To Change Direction.
      • Mass Formations.
      • To Extend the Mass.
      • Route Step and At Ease.
      • Assembly.
      • COMBAT PRINCIPLES.
        • Orders.
        • Deployment.
        • Fire.
        • Attack.
        • Defense.
      • Orders.
      • Deployment.
      • Fire.
      • Attack.
      • Defense.
    • CLOSE ORDER.
      • Rules.
      • To Form the Battalion.
      • To Dismiss the Battalion.
      • To Rectify the Alignment.
      • To Rectify the Column.
      • On Right (Left) into Line.
      • Front into Line.
      • To Form Column of Companies Successively to the Right or Left.
      • To Form Column of Squads Successively to the Right or Left.
      • To Change Direction.
      • Mass Formations.
      • To Extend the Mass.
      • Route Step and At Ease.
      • Assembly.
    • Rules.
    • To Form the Battalion.
    • To Dismiss the Battalion.
    • To Rectify the Alignment.
    • To Rectify the Column.
    • On Right (Left) into Line.
    • Front into Line.
    • To Form Column of Companies Successively to the Right or Left.
    • To Form Column of Squads Successively to the Right or Left.
    • To Change Direction.
    • Mass Formations.
    • To Extend the Mass.
    • Route Step and At Ease.
    • Assembly.
    • COMBAT PRINCIPLES.
      • Orders.
      • Deployment.
      • Fire.
      • Attack.
      • Defense.
    • Orders.
    • Deployment.
    • Fire.
    • Attack.
    • Defense.
    • THE REGIMENT.
      • CLOSE ORDER.
        • To Form the Regiment.
        • To Dismiss the Regiment.
        • Movements by the Regiment.
      • To Form the Regiment.
      • To Dismiss the Regiment.
      • Movements by the Regiment.
      • COMBAT PRINCIPLES.
    • CLOSE ORDER.
      • To Form the Regiment.
      • To Dismiss the Regiment.
      • Movements by the Regiment.
    • To Form the Regiment.
    • To Dismiss the Regiment.
    • Movements by the Regiment.
    • COMBAT PRINCIPLES.
    • THE BRIGADE.
    • Part II.—COMBAT.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • LEADERSHIP.
      • General Considerations.
        • Teamwork.
        • Orders.
        • Communication.
      • Teamwork.
      • Orders.
      • Communication.
    • General Considerations.
      • Teamwork.
      • Orders.
      • Communication.
    • Teamwork.
    • Orders.
    • Communication.
    • COMBAT RECONNAISSANCE.
    • FIRE SUPERIORITY.
      • PURPOSE AND NATURE.
        • FIRE DIRECTION AND CONTROL.
        • Opening Fire.
        • Use of Ground.
        • Choice of Target.
        • The Range.
        • Distribution of Fire and Target.
        • Observation.
        • Discipline.
        • Expenditure of Ammunition.
        • Supporting Artillery.
        • Fire of Position.
      • FIRE DIRECTION AND CONTROL.
      • Opening Fire.
      • Use of Ground.
      • Choice of Target.
      • The Range.
      • Distribution of Fire and Target.
      • Observation.
      • Discipline.
      • Expenditure of Ammunition.
      • Supporting Artillery.
      • Fire of Position.
    • PURPOSE AND NATURE.
      • FIRE DIRECTION AND CONTROL.
      • Opening Fire.
      • Use of Ground.
      • Choice of Target.
      • The Range.
      • Distribution of Fire and Target.
      • Observation.
      • Discipline.
      • Expenditure of Ammunition.
      • Supporting Artillery.
      • Fire of Position.
    • FIRE DIRECTION AND CONTROL.
    • Opening Fire.
    • Use of Ground.
    • Choice of Target.
    • The Range.
    • Distribution of Fire and Target.
    • Observation.
    • Discipline.
    • Expenditure of Ammunition.
    • Supporting Artillery.
    • Fire of Position.
    • DEPLOYMENT.
    • ATTACK.
      • DEPLOYMENT FOR ATTACK.
        • ADVANCING THE ATTACK.
        • THE FIRE ATTACK.
        • THE CHARGE.
        • PURSUIT.
        • ATTACK OF FORTIFICATIONS.
        • HOLDING ATTACK.
      • ADVANCING THE ATTACK.
      • THE FIRE ATTACK.
      • THE CHARGE.
      • PURSUIT.
      • ATTACK OF FORTIFICATIONS.
      • HOLDING ATTACK.
    • DEPLOYMENT FOR ATTACK.
      • ADVANCING THE ATTACK.
      • THE FIRE ATTACK.
      • THE CHARGE.
      • PURSUIT.
      • ATTACK OF FORTIFICATIONS.
      • HOLDING ATTACK.
    • ADVANCING THE ATTACK.
    • THE FIRE ATTACK.
    • THE CHARGE.
    • PURSUIT.
    • ATTACK OF FORTIFICATIONS.
    • HOLDING ATTACK.
    • DEFENSE.
      • POSITIONS AND INTRENCHMENTS.
        • DEPLOYMENT FOR DEFENSE.
        • COUNTERATTACK.
        • DELAYING ACTION.
      • DEPLOYMENT FOR DEFENSE.
      • COUNTERATTACK.
      • DELAYING ACTION.
    • POSITIONS AND INTRENCHMENTS.
      • DEPLOYMENT FOR DEFENSE.
      • COUNTERATTACK.
      • DELAYING ACTION.
    • DEPLOYMENT FOR DEFENSE.
    • COUNTERATTACK.
    • DELAYING ACTION.
    • MEETING ENGAGEMENTS.
    • WITHDRAWAL FROM ACTION.
      • SUMMARY.
    • SUMMARY.
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
      • MACHINE GUNS.
        • AMMUNITION SUPPLY.
        • MOUNTED SCOUTS.
        • NIGHT OPERATIONS.
        • INFANTRY AGAINST CAVALRY.
        • INFANTRY AGAINST ARTILLERY.
        • ARTILLERY SUPPORTS.
        • INTRENCHMENTS.
        • (Plate V.)
        • MINOR WARFARE.
        • PATROLS.
      • AMMUNITION SUPPLY.
      • MOUNTED SCOUTS.
      • NIGHT OPERATIONS.
      • INFANTRY AGAINST CAVALRY.
      • INFANTRY AGAINST ARTILLERY.
      • ARTILLERY SUPPORTS.
      • INTRENCHMENTS.
      • (Plate V.)
      • MINOR WARFARE.
      • PATROLS.
    • MACHINE GUNS.
      • AMMUNITION SUPPLY.
      • MOUNTED SCOUTS.
      • NIGHT OPERATIONS.
      • INFANTRY AGAINST CAVALRY.
      • INFANTRY AGAINST ARTILLERY.
      • ARTILLERY SUPPORTS.
      • INTRENCHMENTS.
      • (Plate V.)
      • MINOR WARFARE.
      • PATROLS.
    • AMMUNITION SUPPLY.
    • MOUNTED SCOUTS.
    • NIGHT OPERATIONS.
    • INFANTRY AGAINST CAVALRY.
    • INFANTRY AGAINST ARTILLERY.
    • ARTILLERY SUPPORTS.
    • INTRENCHMENTS.
    • (Plate V.)
    • MINOR WARFARE.
    • PATROLS.
    • Part III.—MARCHES AND CAMPS.
    • MARCHES.
      • TRAINING AND DISCIPLINE.
        • PROTECTION OF THE MARCH.
        • General Considerations.
        • Advance Guards.
        • Rear Guards.
        • Flank Guards.
      • PROTECTION OF THE MARCH.
      • General Considerations.
      • Advance Guards.
      • Rear Guards.
      • Flank Guards.
    • TRAINING AND DISCIPLINE.
      • PROTECTION OF THE MARCH.
      • General Considerations.
      • Advance Guards.
      • Rear Guards.
      • Flank Guards.
    • PROTECTION OF THE MARCH.
    • General Considerations.
    • Advance Guards.
    • Rear Guards.
    • Flank Guards.
    • CAMPS.
      • SANITATION.
        • The Selection of Camp Sites.
        • Water Supply.
        • Kitchens.
        • Disposal of Excreta.
        • PROTECTION OF CAMP OR BIVOUAC.
        • General Considerations.
        • Distribution of Outpost Troops.
        • Establishing the Outpost.
      • The Selection of Camp Sites.
      • Water Supply.
      • Kitchens.
      • Disposal of Excreta.
      • PROTECTION OF CAMP OR BIVOUAC.
      • General Considerations.
      • Distribution of Outpost Troops.
      • Establishing the Outpost.
    • SANITATION.
      • The Selection of Camp Sites.
      • Water Supply.
      • Kitchens.
      • Disposal of Excreta.
      • PROTECTION OF CAMP OR BIVOUAC.
      • General Considerations.
      • Distribution of Outpost Troops.
      • Establishing the Outpost.
    • The Selection of Camp Sites.
    • Water Supply.
    • Kitchens.
    • Disposal of Excreta.
    • PROTECTION OF CAMP OR BIVOUAC.
    • General Considerations.
    • Distribution of Outpost Troops.
    • Establishing the Outpost.
    • Part IV.—CEREMONIES AND INSPECTIONS.
    • CEREMONIES.
      • General Rules for Ceremonies.
        • REVIEWS.
        • General Rules.
        • Battalion Review.
        • Regimental Review.
        • Review of Large Commands.
        • PARADES.
        • General Rules.
        • Battalion Parade.
        • Regimental Parade.
        • ESCORTS.
        • Escort of the Color.
        • Escorts of Honor.
        • Funeral Escort.
      • REVIEWS.
      • General Rules.
      • Battalion Review.
      • Regimental Review.
      • Review of Large Commands.
      • PARADES.
      • General Rules.
      • Battalion Parade.
      • Regimental Parade.
      • ESCORTS.
      • Escort of the Color.
      • Escorts of Honor.
      • Funeral Escort.
    • General Rules for Ceremonies.
      • REVIEWS.
      • General Rules.
      • Battalion Review.
      • Regimental Review.
      • Review of Large Commands.
      • PARADES.
      • General Rules.
      • Battalion Parade.
      • Regimental Parade.
      • ESCORTS.
      • Escort of the Color.
      • Escorts of Honor.
      • Funeral Escort.
    • REVIEWS.
    • General Rules.
    • Battalion Review.
    • Regimental Review.
    • Review of Large Commands.
    • PARADES.
    • General Rules.
    • Battalion Parade.
    • Regimental Parade.
    • ESCORTS.
    • Escort of the Color.
    • Escorts of Honor.
    • Funeral Escort.
    • INSPECTIONS.
      • Company Inspection.
        • Battalion Inspection.
        • Regimental Inspection.
      • Battalion Inspection.
      • Regimental Inspection.
    • Company Inspection.
      • Battalion Inspection.
      • Regimental Inspection.
    • Battalion Inspection.
    • Regimental Inspection.
    • MUSTER.
      • Regimental, Battalion, or Company Muster.
    • Regimental, Battalion, or Company Muster.
    • HONORS AND SALUTES.
    • Part V.—MANUALS.
    • THE COLOR.
      • The Color Guard.
        • To Receive the Color.
        • Manual of the Color.
      • To Receive the Color.
      • Manual of the Color.
    • The Color Guard.
      • To Receive the Color.
      • Manual of the Color.
    • To Receive the Color.
    • Manual of the Color.
    • THE BAND.
      • Signals of the Drum Major.
    • Signals of the Drum Major.
    • MANUAL OF THE SABER.
    • MANUAL OF TENT PITCHING.
      • Shelter Tents.
        • Single Sleeping Bag.
        • Double Sleeping Bag.
        • To Strike Shelter Tents.
        • Common and Wall Tents.
        • Conical Wall Tent.
        • To Strike Common, Wall, Pyramidal, and Conical Wall Tents.
        • To Fold Tents.
        • Method of Folding Pyramidal Tent.
      • Single Sleeping Bag.
      • Double Sleeping Bag.
      • To Strike Shelter Tents.
      • Common and Wall Tents.
      • Conical Wall Tent.
      • To Strike Common, Wall, Pyramidal, and Conical Wall Tents.
      • To Fold Tents.
      • Method of Folding Pyramidal Tent.
    • Shelter Tents.
      • Single Sleeping Bag.
      • Double Sleeping Bag.
      • To Strike Shelter Tents.
      • Common and Wall Tents.
      • Conical Wall Tent.
      • To Strike Common, Wall, Pyramidal, and Conical Wall Tents.
      • To Fold Tents.
      • Method of Folding Pyramidal Tent.
    • Single Sleeping Bag.
    • Double Sleeping Bag.
    • To Strike Shelter Tents.
    • Common and Wall Tents.
    • Conical Wall Tent.
    • To Strike Common, Wall, Pyramidal, and Conical Wall Tents.
    • To Fold Tents.
    • Method of Folding Pyramidal Tent.
    • MANUAL OF THE BUGLE.
      • Warning Calls.
        • Formation Calls.
        • Alarm Calls.
        • Service Calls.
      • Formation Calls.
      • Alarm Calls.
      • Service Calls.
    • Warning Calls.
      • Formation Calls.
      • Alarm Calls.
      • Service Calls.
    • Formation Calls.
    • Alarm Calls.
    • Service Calls.
    • BUGLE CALLS.
      • 1. First Call.
      • 2. Guard Mounting.
      • 3. Full Dress.
      • 4. Overcoats.
      • 5. Drill.
      • 6. Stable.
      • 7. Water.
      • 8. Boots and Saddles.
      • 9. Assembly.
      • 10. Adjutant's Call.
      • 11. To the Color.
      • 12. Fire.
      • 13. To Arms.
      • 14. To Horse.
      • 15. Reveille.
      • 16. Retreat.
      • 17. Tattoo.
      • 18. Call to Quarters.
      • 19. Taps.
      • 20. Mess.
      • 21. Sick.
      • 22. Church.
      • 23. Recall.
      • 24. Issue.
      • 25. Officers' Call.
      • 26. Captains' Call.
      • 27. First Sergeants' Call.
      • 28. Fatigue.
      • 29. School.
      • 29½. The General's March.
      • 30. The General.
      • 30½. Flourishes for Review.
    • 1. First Call.
    • 2. Guard Mounting.
    • 3. Full Dress.
    • 4. Overcoats.
    • 5. Drill.
    • 6. Stable.
    • 7. Water.
    • 8. Boots and Saddles.
    • 9. Assembly.
    • 10. Adjutant's Call.
    • 11. To the Color.
    • 12. Fire.
    • 13. To Arms.
    • 14. To Horse.
    • 15. Reveille.
    • 16. Retreat.
    • 17. Tattoo.
    • 18. Call to Quarters.
    • 19. Taps.
    • 20. Mess.
    • 21. Sick.
    • 22. Church.
    • 23. Recall.
    • 24. Issue.
    • 25. Officers' Call.
    • 26. Captains' Call.
    • 27. First Sergeants' Call.
    • 28. Fatigue.
    • 29. School.
    • 29½. The General's March.
    • 30. The General.
    • 30½. Flourishes for Review.
    • BUGLE SIGNALS.
      • 31. Assemble. MARCH.
      • 32. Attention.
      • 33. Attention to Orders.
      • 34. Forward. MARCH.
      • 35. Halt.
      • 36. Double Time. MARCH.
      • 37. To the Rear. MARCH.
      • 38. Commence Firing.
      • 39. Cease Firing.
      • 40. Fix Bayonets.
      • 41. Charge.
    • 31. Assemble. MARCH.
    • 32. Attention.
    • 33. Attention to Orders.
    • 34. Forward. MARCH.
    • 35. Halt.
    • 36. Double Time. MARCH.
    • 37. To the Rear. MARCH.
    • 38. Commence Firing.
    • 39. Cease Firing.
    • 40. Fix Bayonets.
    • 41. Charge.
    • APPENDIX A.
    • APPENDIX B.
    • APPENDIX C.
      • MANUAL OF THE BAYONET.
    • MANUAL OF THE BAYONET.
    • MANUAL OF THE BAYONET.
      • UNITED STATES ARMY.
      • THE BAYONET.
        • Nomenclature and Description.
      • Nomenclature and Description.
      • I. INSTRUCTION WITHOUT THE RIFLE.
      • II. INSTRUCTION WITH THE RIFLE.
      • Attacks.
      • Defenses.
      • III. INSTRUCTION WITHOUT THE BAYONET.
      • IV. COMBINED MOVEMENTS.
      • Examples.
      • V. PRACTICAL BAYONET COMBAT.
      • VI. FENCING EXERCISES.
      • Assaults.
      • Simple Attacks.
      • Attacks on the Rifle.
      • Feints.
      • Combined Movements.
      • VII. FENCING AT WILL.
      • Rules for Fencing at Will.
      • Suggestions for Fencing at Will.
      • Hints for Instructors.
      • VIII. COMPETITIONS.
    • UNITED STATES ARMY.
    • THE BAYONET.
      • Nomenclature and Description.
    • Nomenclature and Description.
    • I. INSTRUCTION WITHOUT THE RIFLE.
    • II. INSTRUCTION WITH THE RIFLE.
    • Attacks.
    • Defenses.
    • III. INSTRUCTION WITHOUT THE BAYONET.
    • IV. COMBINED MOVEMENTS.
    • Examples.
    • V. PRACTICAL BAYONET COMBAT.
    • VI. FENCING EXERCISES.
    • Assaults.
    • Simple Attacks.
    • Attacks on the Rifle.
    • Feints.
    • Combined Movements.
    • VII. FENCING AT WILL.
    • Rules for Fencing at Will.
    • Suggestions for Fencing at Will.
    • Hints for Instructors.
    • VIII. COMPETITIONS.
    • INFANTRY DRILL REGULATIONS.
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    • FOOTNOTES
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