Reichard, Michael E.
July 2007
Infantry;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p50
The article explains the Standing Orders of U.S. frontiersman Major Robert Rogers. It is stated that the 19 orders provide relevant guidance for the platoon or squad leader taking a patrol through the back alleys of Baghdad, Iraq. It is indicated that camouflage, situational awareness, and noise and light discipline are key in stealthy movement. Patrol leaders are advised to tell the truth about what they see and what they do.


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