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The Bayonet pictorial section, 15 March 1918

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BAYONET RUN OFF. TRG. CAMP KEEP OFF BY ORDER OF LT. COL. LOVE COMMANDING Over the top is only the beginning. Barbed wire and shell holes are given the go-by. Muse, bayonet instructor, gives them the signal to go down the bayonet run, with a warn- Hurdles are hurdled. "Long point," "short point" and "jab" disposes of the double line of dummies. nstructed by Lieut. J. C. McCune, Engineer Instructor of the Officer's Training School. The objective--the trenches at the end of the run--gained with the loss of nothing but a little breath. After the pictures were taken the men came and asked the camera-man, if he's give them each a couple.