Note. Supplement night training schedule for armored infantry troops (App. II) with specialized training program outlined in this schedule.
See Appendix II.
First exercise: Preparation of cord fuzes; preparing charges for demolitions and for use by combat patrols; knots and ties.
Second exercise: Using pneumatic floats to move combat patrols across a river without making any noise.
First exercise: Types of charges; preparing charges and fuzes.
Second exercise: Reconnoitering and marking roads; traffic control; testing tonnage capacity of a bridge.
First exercise. Handling antitank and antipersonnel mines; laying and clearing open and concealed mines; constructing barbed-wire obstacles; repairing damaged wire obstacles and closing gaps without delay.
Second exercise: Detection and removal of mines; breaching barbed-wire obstacles.
Third exercise: Planting hasty mine obstacles; constructing road blocks without charges or mines.
First exercise: Constructing platforms for tree snipers and observers.
Second exercise: Detecting and removing demolition charges attached to bridges.
Third exercise: Approach march; crossing difficult terrain (shell craters, swampy terrain, sandy stretches, antitank ditches); preparing organic vehicles to cross same. Retrograde movement; planting mine barriers and preparing mine records.
First exercise: Combat patrol action during which engineer combat equipment is employed; construction of road blocks and barricades; preparing and placing hidden small charges.
Second exercise: Hasty mine laying and clearing exercises.
Third exercise: Reconnoitering crossing and bridge sites; reconnoitering, constructing, and crossing fords; building, equipping, and operating a 4-ton pneumatic-float ferry; construction of footbridges.
First exercise: Attaching demolition charges to small bridges and other objects.
Second exercise: Clearing lanes through mine fields.
Third exercise: Breaching different types of obstacles.
Construction of short emergency bridges; repairing damaged parts of a bridge; reinforcing bridges; building approaches and exits; construction of an 8.5-ton duckboard treadway bridge.