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At the command March, the leading file or files halt. The remainder of the squad or two obliques to the right and halts on the line with the leading file or files. The remaining squads or twos close up and successively form in rear of the first in like manner. The movement described in this paragraph will be ordered right or left, so as to restore the files in their normal relative positions in the two or squad.
Marching by twos or files can not be executed without serious delay and waste of road space. Every reasonable precaution will be taken to obviate the necessity of these formations in route columns. They find their principal application as approach formations in the zone of hostile artillery fire.
BOATS UNDER OARS
ORDINARY SERVICE UNDER OARS—COMMANDS
The commands in Table I shall be used by cutters with sunken rowlocks when at drill, when acting as regular running boats or making special trips with officers in port.
(1) Stand by the oars..
(6) In bows. (2) Up oars.
(7) Stand by to toss; Toss, or (1) and (2) Given before boat
Oars (followed by Boat is reported ready.
the oars or Way enough, (3) Shove off.
without the command (4) Let fall.
Oars). (5) Give way together.
In all other cases the commands in Table II shall be used. Boats with swivel rowlocks will not toss oars, and boats with awnings spread can not toss oars.
(1) Stand by the oars.
(6) Oars (followed by Boat
the oars or Way enough, without
To rig out the oars in the rowlocks
ready for pulling. Oars.
(1) To salute. (2) To stop pulling for
any purpose, keeping the oars out. Give way together (or To commence pulling. starboard or port).