Strategic Rifleman: Key to More Moral Warfare
There are two types of riflemen in this world: (1) “heavy” as in America, who mostly know how to use their weapons and follow orders; and (2) “light” as in most U.S. adversaries, who are adept at maneuver and allowed to use more initiative. In any one-on-one encounter, light often “trumps” heavy. That’s why this book has been written --to give the average U.S. enlistee some way to broaden his own infantry knowledge. No U.S. commander would object to the extra learning for it gives him a more durable and “scout-qualified” frontline infantryman. This book is fun to read and uses 173 illustrations to show how to become (or produce) a rifleman who can do well where no instructions apply or are immediately available.
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