|Statement||by Norman F. Maclean and Everett C. Olson.|
|Series||Harper"s geoscience series|
|Contributions||Olson, Everett Claire, 1910-1993|
|LC Classifications||UG470 M17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
"The purpose of this manual is to provide a text on advanced map and aerial photograph reading for military personnel who throughly understand the basic material in FM " (Page 1.). Home / United States / World War II / United States Paper / Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading Manual Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading Manual $ a text on advanced map and aerial photograph reading for military personnel who thoroughly understand the basic material in FM 2. SCOPE OF TRAINING. a. Need for training. All arms and services use maps and map substitutes. Personnel of all units must be able to read maps and aerial photographs accurately and easily. The ability to. WHAT'S ON A MAP? A map is a picture, but it is not a photograph. It is a drawing in ink on paper, and a big difference between a map and a photograph is that the map has signs and symbols instead of photographs of objects. We do the same thing with a football-game. For example, below is a diagram, or map, of a football play.
"NAVMC"--Front cover "(1) MCS Quantico, Va. M"--p. 26 "For instructional purposes only"--Front cover "III A"--Front cover General -- The mathematics of map reading -- Conventional signs and military symbols -- Map measurements -- Direction -- Coordinates -- Elevation and relief -- Slope, profile, and visibility -- Map reading in the field -- Aerial photographs. Ability to read aerial photographs is required of all military personnel. Usually the nearest thing, to a large-scale map in any theater of operations will be aerial photographs in some form. Aerial photographs made under war conditions cannot be expected to depict clearly certain obvious information that is shown in manuals for training in use. Throughout this manual, the joint publication will be referred to as the PI Handbook. This Army supplement will serve as a training aid for instruction in photo interpretation of military activity of primary interest to ground forces. It will be a useful reference for Army photo interpreters. 2. Scope. a. This manual covers the interpretation. Army Pictorial Techniques, Equipments and Systems Still Photography "This manual is a guide for training military personnel in the procedures and techniques of still photography. The manual covers the basic principles of still photography, including administrative controls, composition, and .
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