Combat Soldiers is a work of historical, comparative sociology examining the evolution of infantry tactics in the American, Australian, Canadian, British, French, German, and Italian armies from the First World War to the present in order to address a key question in the social sciences of how social solidarity (cohesion) is generated and sustainedHeadquarters Department of the Army, Field Manual 3-21.8. The Infantry Rifle Platoon and ... ARTEP 7-1-Drill. Warrior Battle Drills. Washington, 2.1. ... personal interview, 3 June 2011. USMC captain, personal communication, 3 June 2011.
|Title||:||The Combat Soldier|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2013-02-21|