II. IMPORTANT MEASURES WHICH CORRECT UNFAVORABLEPSYCHOLOGICAL ACTION AT NIGHT
At night, especially, strict discipline is necessary; a high morale and a firmdefensive spirit; silence in night movements; night and massed formations;night movements and self-confidence,; night movements and self-possession.
III. HOW TO DRESS
The requirements of dress; order of dressing; peace time preparations-- preparedness.
IV. TRAINING IN DRESSING
Occasions; orderly methods: number of times practiced.
V. NIGHT AND VISION
Importance of cultivating the vision at night; vision at night can be improved by training; night vision-detecting and losing sight of; night vision andobjects and color of surrounding objects; night vision and relation of light andshadow,; relation of the seasons to night vision; night vision and our own posture; night vision and field glasses.
VI. METHOD OF TRAINING NIGHT VISION
General principles; important points of training; methods of training;experiments.
VII. HEARING AT NIGHT
Character of the ground and sound; kinds of covering substances; the size of the detachment and the relative weight of materials; weather.
VIII. TRAINING IN HEARING AT NIGHT
Important points to be considered; the march of infantry; the march of cavalry; the march of artillery; the noise of entrenching; methods; inferencesto be drawn from sounds.
IX. QUIET MARCH AT NIGHT
Importance; important cautions in a night march.
X. TRAINING IN QUIET MARCHES AT NIGHT
Dress; order of training; method of carrying out the above training; cautions.
XI. THE CROSSING OF ROUGH GROUND AT NIGHT
Importance of practice; summary.