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Surve_. a established by -mieans of traverse in practically all cases. The terrain was not favorable for triangulation. Approximately 190 miles of traverse was run to establish basic control. (2) Due to the innsumerable hedgerows, all traverse had to be carried. icchlengthened the time necessary to establish the control. Constant vehicula r traffic also interferred with the survey partiest operrations. (3) By mai:tainingg contact vwith the divisional artille:ry CP's aad the Corps Artillery CP to learn of contenplated displacements of the artillery, it was possible to have survey control es- tablished in the new areas wihen the artillery moved, (4) Trig points (iwhich were fairly plentiful) and sun aziJmuths were used to start the survey and to check the control as it was carried along, (e.

1 Or2gafization for Comba: (1) The orgamization for combat of the tank destroyer battalions for the- peration against BREST was as follows: 2 Inf Div 612 TD Ba (T) Co "Bt", 705 TD Br (SP) 29 IMt Div 821 TD Ba (T) Co "A", 644 TD BM (SP) 8 ITf Div Task Force "A" 705 TD Bn (SP ) - Co "tB" 644 TD Bn (SP) - Co "A" Task Force "TA 11"B' 603TD Ba (SP) The need for mobile high velocity weapons- i all (2) sectors necessitated attaohing one SP company each to the 2 and 29 If Divs. There are disadvantages in detaching companies from their parent organization which are dicussed later; however, the tactical advantages were the controlling factor.

ARTY / a, H. General. DBring the initial stages of the BREST operation the 10 Photo (1) Reconnaissance Group, supporting Third U. S. Army and operating initially out of REMNZES, was designated by higher headquarters to perform high-performance aircraft adjustment of artillery fire (Arty/R missions) for the VIII Corps Arty. During the latter part of the operation, this mission was taken over bt the 356 Tac/R Group, supporting Ninth U. S. Army. Four missions daily were scheduled at 1100, 1300, 1500, and 1800.

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