June 2011
Infantry;Jun-Aug2011, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p1
The article focuses on the role played by the Infantry rifle squad on the fight against terrorism. The author says that with enhanced capabilities possessed by the Infantry battalions, commander will gave greater access to information that help him in managing the battlespace. The squad leader, two fire team leaders, two grenadiers, two automatic rifleman and two riflemen are what composes the modern rifle squad. Gathering information for commanders is the goal of the squad.


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