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Bayonet Training 1916

Author : Great Britain. Army. General Staff
ISBN : HARVARD:32044019629674
Genre : Bayonets
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Marine Bayonet Training

Author : United States. Marine Corps
ISBN : UCAL:B3203899
Genre : Bayonets
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Elements Of Trench Warfare Bayonet Training

Author : William H. Waldron
ISBN : EAN:4064066182205
Genre : Fiction
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"Elements of Trench Warfare: Bayonet Training" by William H. Waldron. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Category: Fiction

Notes On Bayonet Training No 2

Author : Army War College (U S )
ISBN : 1375916319
Genre : History
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
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Bayonet Training

Author : Us Government
ISBN : 0879475110
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Bayonet Training

Author : Us Government
ISBN : 0879475110
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Bayonet Training

Author : Us Government
ISBN : 0879475110
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Growing Up In The Land Of Tattooed Men

Author : Joseph Herren
ISBN : 9781477102961
Genre : Fiction
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Growing up in the Land of Tattooed Men serves as an account of one young mans impressions, observations and judgments as he experiences both the immediate and the farreaching effects of the Vietnam War. The authors goal is to use the story as a means of sharing a little of himself with his current and future grandchildren. The author, a retired geothermal power plant operator, began this project upon learning of his daughters first pregnancy.
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The Sky Rained Heroes

Author : Frederick E. LaCroix
ISBN : 9780982160138
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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While Japanese and American forces fight mercilessly for control of the Philippines in 1945, two men, a Japanese infantry officer and an American P-51 fighter pilot, meet in a fearsome battle that leaves the Japanese officer dead. Half a century later, the fighter pilot's son, Frederick E. LaCroix, inherits the officer's bloodied, Kanji-inscribed Imperial battle flag, which was given to his father as a memento of his victory. The flag, coupled with his father's wartime correspondence, propels LaCroix on a six-year journey across eastern Asia to find the dead officer's family and return the flag.The Sky Rained Heroes details the emotional true stories of two soldiers from vastly different cultures, their families and the diverse paths that led them to their fatal meeting. Drawing from their actual wartime experiences, LaCroix crafts a unique and powerful narrative that brings the dramatic events of World War II to life and honors those who fought so bravely.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Danny Boy Stories 120 Letters

Author : D. C. Lee
ISBN : 9781482772760
Genre : Fiction
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Is white-collar crime victimless? Often, it becomes a very deadly game when the powerful become greedy. This is the story of two young beginning reporters trying to survive in 1959. Together, they fight heroically, wade into the murky waters of widespread official fraud, corruption, murder, and engage in a new war against domestic abuse and violence! On his 19th birthday, Toby Miller has already experienced a lifetime of tragedy. There are always consequences to actions, and destiny has a difficult road for this engineering hopeful turned journalist, and his beautiful partner. Mob danger lurks around every corner, and professional challenges are a daily occurrence in a pressure-packed environment. Steering through the daily pitfalls of a new career and the dangers created by a deadly criminal enterprise, make Danny Boy Stories--120 Letters an exciting romantic adventure.
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A Survey Of Soldier Opinions About The Bayonet In The U S Army

Author : James W. Dees
ISBN : UIUC:30112106610196
Genre : Bayonets
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The report presents the results of a survey conducted to determine the opinions of a sample of U.S. Army personnel regarding the present bayonet/knife. The survey indicated that the present weapon was considered to be a satisfactory bayonet but an unsatisfactory knife; bayonet training contributes to physical conditioning, and to the instilling of motivation and discipline, but other combative training could achieve the same or greater results. (Author).
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Military Training Is Murder

Author : Brendan Bey
ISBN : 9781465383662
Genre : Fiction
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Military Training Is Murder is an action-adventure, romance against all odds, and mystery story in a historical novel with action and passion for life. It takes place in the 1970s when a Kentucky woman and a New York Metro area man start out as friends at The Ohio State University and become much more. They write to each other for support during the real trials of Army Officer Candidate School and Basic Combat Training. Murders, grand theft, assaults, and suicide occur in the story. Their correspondence becomes more intimate and their lives desperate. Eventually, they have to "adapt" and "overcome."
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The Army Isn T All Work

Author : James D. Campbell
ISBN : 9781409436966
Genre : History
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This book documents the origins and development of formal physical training in the late Victorian Army and the ways in which the Army's gymnastic training evolved into a vital building block of the process of turning a civilian into a fighting man. It also assesses the nature and extent of British military sport, particularly regimental sports, during this period of evolution for the Army.
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The Greater Game

Author : Clive Harris
ISBN : 9781783831449
Genre : History
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From the athletic fields to the fields of battle—these great sportsmen gave their all and sacrificed their lives for their countries in World War I. As the First World War swept across Europe, millions of eager and idealistic volunteers lined up to serve in what was to be the War to End All Wars. All were expected to do their duty—and those rare men who were idolized as the greatest athletes of their time were bound and determined to keep up their end. But no one could have foreseen the true horrors of war that awaited them all . . . This fascinating book examines the deadly impact of the Great War on a number of leading professional sportsmen of the age. Their untimely deaths underscored how even the fittest and most gifted were as vulnerable as any normal soldier—and their loss was felt by far more than their families and friends. Among those featured in this illustrated book are such luminaries as Donald Bell, the only professional football player to win the Victoria Cross; Anthony Wilder, the glamorous Wimbledon champion who fell in May 1915; Francois Faber, the Tour de France star; Percy Poulton Palmer, the England Rugby Captain; and many others. Here, the authors explore the effect that famous athletes have on their countrymen and fellow soldiers in a time of war, and the devastating consequences that World War I had on the emerging world of professional sports.
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The Emergency Bouzouki Player

Author : Andrew Brel
ISBN : 0956836410
Genre : History
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At 18, in 1979, I was unexpectedly conscripted into one of Africa's longest running and bloodiest conflicts, as a rifleman in the Apartheid Army. In my case, conscription was akin to kidnap. I was deeply resentful from the outset and this discontent heightened until, after five days of basic infantry training, I replaced resentful compliance with obstinate, anarchic determination to fight the system, resulting in a rich variety of unusual experiences including:Being court-martialled - Being sent for a week to Bloemfontein's notorious Psychiatric ward 5 - Driving a truck over my foot to become medically reclassified - performing hundreds of shows the length and breadth of South Africa - and telling Prime Minister P.W. Botha that his 'bum stinks'.I spent most of my service period as a guitarist and emergency bouzouki player in the prestigious Entertainment Corps show band, touring the country and the war zone, which provided an unusual first-hand view of a war about which very little has been reported. My personal experiences, snapshots of people and places from a crucial time in the formation of modern South Africa, are interwoven with a broader historical perspective to provide an insight into events which have shaped modern South Africa's current national identity.
Category: History