By Stephen Bull
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A lot of men were just firing from the hip as we walked fonrard ... There was a lot of small arms fire. ' The US 'diamond' eight-man patrol formation, from the official 1944 manual. One man of each of the leading pairs observes for ground targets while his buddy scans trees for snipers. At the rear, one man looks backwards while the other covers his flank, and checks the movements of the patrol leader. The patrol is well spread out, but visual contact is maintained. , A SQUAD TACTICS - DEFENSIVE l' PATROL LEADER J' )scouT + 30·50YDS ---.
In the e\·ent that enemy attack did not materialize immediately, the second phase of construction would see the digging of trenches behind the main line in which much of the squad could be kept back under cover until needed. Good camouflage was complemented by the avoidance of any ob,ious movement to attract enemy observation. The defensive fire fight was commenced by the machine gun at effective range. riflemen remaining concealed until the enemy assaault, at which all were to open fire regardless of cover.
46 '' ' :'\e\·ertheless, in cases of emergency or dtuing a advance it was recognized that 'hasty defences· could be dug, which obtained their concealment by position rather than systematic removal or covering of the spoil. These imprO\i~ations would begin ,,;th ' the smallest hole in the g-round that will gi\·e the occupants protection, and Crom which they can use their weapons' . It was perkcth• feasible to start \\ith a hole that catered for men in a sitting position, to be imprm·ed and deepened at a later stage.
World War II Infantry Tactics Squad and Platoon by Stephen Bull