FM 21-75, Infantry Scouting, Patrolling and Sniping, 1944, is here! You’re probably wondering why I’d put a WWII manual back into print. After reading it, I came to respect its simplistic style and the perspective form which it was written – it assumes the reader is a conscript, knowing nothing.
Further, it has one of the best primers on land navigation and night movement training I’ve ever read.
Last, it won’t put you to sleep while reading it being written more like civilian books than a military field manual.
Its large print and top spiral bound for use as a pocket reference for training. Like the other manuals I’ve put into print, they’re meant to be used – not sit on a shelf.
They’re $20 each shipped. I’ve still got a few copies of Long Range Surveillance Unit Operations, FM 23-10 Sniper Training and the SF Antenna Handbook left as well. Send me an email at [email protected] for ordering information.