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Leapfrogging. Same. Same. Same. Same. Report line. Same. 47 U. S. -Aerial (or air) photographs accomplished for the purpose of constructing a map or map substitute. -Allmilitary aerial (or air) photography accomplished for other than mapping purposes. -An aerial (or air) photograph upon which information commonly found on maps has been placed, including, at least, a scale and a directional arrow. -A detachment of an outpost sent out to perform the duties of an outguard at a critical point, the detachment being stronger than an ordinary outguard and establishing sentinel posts of its own.
Same or signal or despatch. Signal office. Crest. -A government established by the land or naval forces in enemy territory or in domestic territory recovered from rebels treated as belligerents. -Information, gathered from any source, which may serve to throw light on the enemy or the theater of operations. -Evaluated and interpreted information concerning a possible or actual enemy, or theater of operations, together with the conclusions drawn therefrom. -A class of troops charged with the enforcement of all police regulations in the theater of operations and in other places occupied by troops.