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Stran 113 - ... inspection, parades, guard mounting, and escort of the colors. Infantry target practice. Instruction in first aid to the injured. Weather permitting, there shall be not less than one parade and one guard mount during each week of the school term, and one battalion inspection and review each month. In no case shall target practice, to the extent permitted by the allowance of ammunition, be omitted during the school year, except on authority given in each case by the Secretary of War. Target practice...
Stran 112 - All rules and orders relating to the organization and government of the military students, the appointment, promotion, and change of officers, and all other orders affecting the military department, except those relating to routine duty, will be made and promulgated by the professor of military science and tactics after being approved by the chief administrative officer of the institution.
Stran 111 - The cadet officers are appointed by the commandant of cadets, subject to the approval of the President. The commissioned officers are usually selected from the senior class, the sergeants from the junior class, and the corporals from the sophomore class, general merit and military efficiency being the qanlifications considered.
Stran 114 - The Professor of Military Science and Tactics shall render a quarterly report to the Adjutant General of the Army of the whole number of undergraduate students in the institution capable of performing military duty, the number required by the institution to be enrolled as military students, the average attendance at drills, the number absent, and number and kind of drills, recitations and lectures, or other instruction had during the quarter, and the number reported for discipline.
Stran 111 - He will, in his relations to the institution, observe the general usages and regulations therein established affecting the duties and obligations of other members of the faculty.
Stran 113 - ... (b) THEORETICAL. The Infantry Drill Regulations covered by the practical instruction. The Manual of Guard Duty. Small-Arms Firing Regulations, Parts I, II, and VII. The Articles of War, with special reference to articles 4, 8, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 32, 38, 39, 40, 42, 44, 46, 47, 50, 55, 57, 61, and 65. And the following records: Enlistment and discharge papers, including descriptive lists; morning reports; field and monthly returns; muster rolls; rosters; ration returns; requisitions; property...
Stran 114 - General's office, should the detail expire. On the graduation of every class he shall obtain from the President of the College and report to the Adjutant General of the Army the names of such students belonging to the class as have shown special aptitude for military service, and furnish a copy thereof to the Adjutant General of the State for his information.
Stran 114 - ... following records: Enlistment and discharge papers, including descriptive lists; morning reports; field and monthly returns; muster rolls; rosters; ration returns; requisitions; property returns. The articles of war specifically mentioned are among the most important for the young officer to know on first entering the service. The records prescribed for study should be thoroughly understood by all graduating cadets, because they show how the soldier enters and leaves the service, how he is accounted...
Stran 11 - Where the Western lights long shadows Over boundless prairies fling, And the mountain winds are vocal With thy dear name, Wyoming, There it is the Brown and Yellow Floats in loving loyalty, And the college throws its portals Open wide to all men free.
Stran 115 - Army the names of such students belonging to the class as have shown special aptitude for military service, and furnish a copy thereof to the adjutant general of the State for his information. At those institutions •which grade the department of military science and tactics equally with the other important branches of instruction, and which make proficiency in that department a requisite for securing a diploma, the names of the three most distinguished students in said department shall, when graduated,...