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Bicycle Troops

Bicycle Troops

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TROO:.'S
ReportNo.BAT-171-25
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Prepared
Under
Contract
GD-171
report
Ceptember
30,
1965
by
R.
S.
Kohn
REMOTE
AREA
CONFLICTINFORMATIONCENTER
Battelle
Memorial
Institute
505
KingAvenueColumbus,Ohio
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Battelle
Memorial
Institute.
505
KINGAVENUE
COLUMBUS,
OHIO
432A
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CODE
614.
TELEPHONE
299-3151
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ADDRESS:
BTMIN
ISeptember
A
1965
I
Director
Advanced
Research
Projects
Agency
Office
of
the Secretary
of
Defense
Washington,
D. C.
20301
I
Attn:
Project
AGILE
Dear
Sir:
IEnclosed
are
three
copies
of
Report.
BAT-171-25,
"Bicycle
Troops",
which
was
prepared
in
response
to
a
request
from
Colonel
B.
F.
Hardaway,
march
1,
1965.
Information
on
the
utilization
of
bicycletroops
is
highly
fragmented
Fand
diverselylocated.
Most
references
to
bicycle
troopsare
from
the
World
War
II
time
period
or
earlier,
with
the
more
informative
items
coming
from
approximately
the
first
quarterof
this
century.
1Since
quite
a
substantial
effort
was
expeuded
in locating
and
acquiring
pertinent
reports,
journals,
books,
and
other
documents,
it
was
decided,
while
r
all
of the
information
was
at
hand,
to
include
more
detail
in
the
report
than
I
was necessaryto answer
the specific
request,
in
orderto provide
a
fairly
comrehensive
central
source
of
information
on
bicycle
troops
for
subsequent
J-
researchers.
i
The
information
contained
in
this
report
represents
U.S.
holdings
only. Foreignsources
were
largely
untapped,
although
a
few
volumes
dealing
uith
bicycle troops
in
foreigncountries
wereprovided
by
the
Libraryof
Congress.
It is
important
that the
reader
of
the
report
keep
in
mind
the
time
frame
for
each
of
thereferences
used
since
changes
occurring
in
the
intervening
years
may
have
had
come
effectonthe
validityof
statements
made
in
the
past.
If
you
have
any
questionsor
c
ents
regarding
this report,
please
contact
us.
Sincerely,
John
W.
MurdockProject Director
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