Regulations for the Operation of the Motor Transport Corps Covering the Organization, Administration and Operation of Motor Transport Corps Facilities

Regulations for the Operation of the Motor Transport Corps Covering the Organization, Administration and Operation of Motor Transport Corps Facilities

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...wiih the real capacity of highways and terminals, (ta) The Itoor Transport Cr, rps is in fact, and must be rvado in lav, tac agont cf the scrnraandor on the spot for prcvidiv ncbility ard adjusting the diffidu.ltics in the way cf rc-bili tys effectivenessin such a manner as lo grvc trat ccmrr.nder at least an equal chance to defeat his energy The Stumbling Hlock in Traffic Control and the Remedy. 96, If the stumbling block to the attainment of the real value cf highways in the crii: is cf tattle is the name of the Motor Transport Corps, the answer is: change tl;e name but do not mix highway traffic-rith types of transportation vhich ire foreign to it in hind, purpose, organization, technique, routes, and higher control. Mot?r Trent, port Kcscrvcs, 97, Each amy, ccr-," division and sc para to military force requires its motor transport reserve in a descending scale as to size, A snail military force requires no separate organization for its motor transport reserve, A very Brail number of extra vohiclos in its operating pool is Cufficicnt. The principle vhich applies to other military reserves applies equally tc notor transport, Rosorves must bo fod fcrvard from the larger organizations to the smaller. The reserves in smaller o: gai.iuations rust be kept to that minimum number of extra vehicles ncccstary to rive that flexibility vhich vill prevent the stoppage of ordinary routine traffic by vehicles being damaged, destroyed or stallod in bad roads, Demands even for these purposes, which can bo mot satisfactorily by calls on the reserves of higher units, must always bo satisfied from those sources instead of from largo local reserves, The Place of the Hommanier of lip tor Tr ans po r t Troops, 98, The place of the commander of aay motor...show more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123662520X
  • 9781236625205