An officer questions Sergeants about different situations during battle formation.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:7 min 36 sec Sound:Yes
The advantages of battle formations during a war. A U.S. Army Rifle Squad officer talks about imagination and alertness during battle. The Sergeants seated around a desk. A model on the desk. The officer asks the Sergeants questions about the conditions they will adopt during different situations, and they explain it with the help of the model. Question for the interior unit is about the exact route to be followed to reach the road. The other situation is where the Squad Leader asks them to take their squad through a bridge and cover his crossing. The next situation is where the platoon moves forward, an officer gives a signal, the squad deploys, and when he returns, they are moving in different directions. Next, the Platoon moves into a thick wooded area and command a left squad, you are under orders not to change your formation without the permission of the platoon leader. The last situation is where the platoon leader has become irresponsible, you are the leader, and the troops advance and artillery is fired. How would you cross this field and what action's will you take. The sergeants answer one by one and take the help of the model.
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