1. planning operation, always scheduled to helicopter landing pads in the action zone and around it. Route patrol routes as, to always know, how far and in what azimuth from you is the nearest landing pad.
2. Do not cut too close to the map of the area of action. always leave 5-10 kilometers around the proposed area of movement.
3. The amount of water, carry on themselves, determined based on the weather and the availability of water in the zone of action. Choose a place of water withdrawal, route planning.
4. check, to patrol members did not take on the job or the extra items, that is contrary to the requirements of privacy.
5. Always wear a cards and notebooks with weatherproof stacking.
6. Use a pencil for notes, I am on a mission. Ink blur when wet.
7. Check the uniforms and equipment of patrol members, especially radio and signal lights, to send the job.
8. intending to sneeze, click on the upper lip just under the nose. Sneezing is prevented.
9. In order to prevent the issuance of the patrol cough, Take a supply of medicines for colds.
10. The location and proper use of all medicines should be known to all members of the patrol.
11. All equipment for survival must be tied to a safety cord uniform or unloading, to prevent its loss, if pockets tear, etc..
12. Each member of the patrol should carry maps, notebook and radio data into the same pocket on the uniform, for a quick withdrawal of their, if someone is injured.
13. The alarm panel and a mirror attached to the pocket flap to avoid losing.
14. Always be on the job at least one weapon cleaning kit.
15. At any time, the patrol members should know the main and backup point collection. The commander is responsible for the, that everyone knows the approximate azimuth and distance to each point of collection and the landing pad.
16. Never do the team members on patrol pictures. If the enemy captures a camera, will get invaluable information.
17. Make a stop at the Listening. Head 20-30 minutes, stop at the 5-10 minutes. Make unequal intervals.
18. Be on the alert all the time. You are not safe, until he returned to base.
19. Never break off the branches on the trees and bushes, this is an obvious trail.
20. Spray the repellent around tops of shoes, şirinki, waist and cuffs.
21. Do most of the transition in the morning., to save water. However, never be afraid to move at night, especially if there is a possibility, that the patrol has been detected.
22. Check the guide constantly to be sure, that he is moving in the correct azimuth. Don't give compass training on patrol. Use the terrain to your advantage.
23. Hunted by the trackers, change direction frequently and try to escape or ambush.
24. If you need to cough, cough into a hat or handkerchief, hiding noise.
25. Never remove unloading, day or night.
26. When changing socks, no more than two patrol members do this at the same time. Never remove both shoes at the same time.
27. If a patrol member has a "trench leg", take off his shoes, dry his feet, apply talcum powder, and wrap your feet with a rug or poncho, so that they dry out. Continuing the transition will only make matters worse, turning a fighter into a victim and making him a hindrance to the team.
28. Desenex or Vaseline, applied to the leg in very wet weather, help prevent "trench foot".
29. Gloves will help protect hands in difficult terrain.
30. Avoid overconfidence, it leads to carelessness. the, that you do not observe signs of the presence of the enemy does not mean, that he is not around and that he did not see you.
31. Observe the light- and sound masking.
32. Correct all mistakes of the team and its members.
33. All personnel must mask faces and backs of palms in the morning, during the day and when preparing an ambush.
34. Never set up campfires for cooking or heating. No more than two members of the small patrol should eat at the same time, the rest provide security.
35. When the team stops, always check the area for 40-60 meters around the perimeter.
36. All team members should take notes during the patrol and compare them if possible. Each fighter should keep a list of tricks and lessons learned, replenishing it after each operation.
37. Each fighter in the team must observe the fighter in front of him and the fighter behind, besides signal transmission along the chain.
38. In dry areas, do not urinate on rocks and leaves, possible in pits and cracks. Otherwise, the wet spot will remain, and the smell will be noticeable.
39. Consider all trails (old and new), streams, and open spaces as a potential threat.
40. Bring spare socks and talcum powder on patrol.
41. Keep your backpack on short stops and stay alert. Leave your backpack on long stops, until the perimeter is checked ). Don't leave trash, take everything with you in bags.
42. Don't take the obvious path and don't be predictable.
43. Junk in the pockets of a dead enemy and his equipment are more valuable in terms of information, than his weapon.