By Egon Friedell
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ORGANIZATION FOR MOVEMENT A passage of lines is an operation in which a force moves forward or rearward through another force’s combat positions with the intention of moving into or out of contact with the enemy. (JP 1-02) The patrol’s task organization establishes the elements and teams needed to accomplish the mission in the objective area and to and from the objective. The patrol leader determines the formation(s) in which the patrol moves to the objective area. During the initial preparation for the patrol, the patrol leader selects a patrol assembly area and reconnoiters the area of passage designated by the commander.
Active patrolling by numerous small groups is needed to locate the enemy and gather information on the enemy’s disposition, strength, morale, and weapons, as well as gather and confirm information about the terrain. 8004. TYPES OF PATROLS Classification as to Mission Reconnaissance Patrol Reconnaissance patrols gather information about the enemy, terrain or resources. Relying on stealth rather than combat strength, they gather this information and fight only when necessary to complete the mission or to defend themselves.
N Radio operator (patrol tactical net). n Corpsman. The first squad (security element) provides security en route to the objective area (the point, flank security, and rear security) and at the objective area (the flanks and the objective rally point). The second squad (support element) supports by fire for the attack, covering fire for the withdrawal, and supporting fires to cover the crossing of danger areas. The third squad (assault element) provides the assault force to attack and seize the objective; searchers to clear the objective; pacers, compass man, navigator, and the assistant patrol leader en route and back from the objective area.
A CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE MODERN AGE : THE CRISIS OF THE EUROPEAN SOUL FROM THE BLACK DEATH TO THE WORLD WAR (VOLUME I ONLY) by Egon Friedell