December 1917

The Training of Senior N.C.O.'s at the Front1

Volume 2, Issue 4

WHEN a battery is in action it is usually considered necessary that there should be at least one officer with the guns and another at the O.P. The majority of batteries in France are now well supplied with officers, but a time may come when officers are not so plentiful as they are at present, and it seems advisable to be prepared for such a time.

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