Phantom Brigade Trainer
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Phantom Brigade Trainer
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After the failure of the Israeli counter-offensive in the Sinai on October 8, the southern front remained relatively static and the IAF focused its attention on the Syrian front. While A-4 Skyhawks provided much needed support to troops on the ground, at the cost of 31 aircraft by the end of fourth day of the war, IAF Phantoms repeatedly struck Syrian air fields. Following Syrian FROG-7 strikes on military and civilian targets in northern Israel, the IAF also initiated a campaign to destroy the infrastructure on which Syria's war-making capacity depended, targeting strategic targets in Syria such as its oil industry and electricity generating system. By October 13 the Syrians had been pushed back and beyond their initial lines, Damascus had come within range of Israeli artillery and an Iraqi armored brigade, the vanguard of its expeditionary force, was destroyed.
Nyquist, third in the Preakness Stakes after winning the Kentucky Derby, will be heading home to California to recuperate instead of to New York for the Belmont Stakes, said trainer Doug O'Neill May 24.
P. Y. "The R.S.O. says that you must report to the office of theline of communications. They may have orders about you. You will findthe brigade-major in a saloon carriage on the third siding outside theRosmead line." [Salutes.]
The brigade-major was there, a wretched worn object of a man, ploddingby the eccentric light of a tallow dip through the day's telegrams.Poor wretch! he earns his pittance as thoroughly as any of us do.Again we drew blank. "Never heard of you." All we could get out of himwas, "You had better bed down in the station and await events." Poordevil! so worn with work and worry that he looked as if a simplelittle De Aar dust-devil would snap his backbone if it touched him. Sowe were turned adrift again in the old iron heap to swell the army ofvagrants who live by their wits upon the communications.
"Well, look here, we shall probably meet Henniker in the course of thenext few days. Come along with us till we strike your column. I amIntelligence officer of this brigade, and I want to get together somesort of an Intelligence gang to-night. We start at 4.30 to-morrowmorning."
B. "Now, Mr Intelligence, since they see fit to remove my chief ofthe staff, you have got to be maid-of-all-work. You and I have got torun this brigade until the brigade-major turns up. He must be a bitof a 'slow-bird,' I think, or he would have been here with the rest ofmy hoplites by this. Do you know anything about staff work"
An orderly from the general almost cannoned into the brigadier as hestood shaving by the light of a candle. There was a brusque rejoinder,and the man handed in a note. The brigadier read the slip of paperhanded to him while he stropped his razor. The orderly who had broughtthe message stood stiffly to attention until the brigadier finishedhis apology for a toilet. Having washed and struggled into his tunic,the officer commanding the Cavalry Brigade was in a position to givehis undivided attention to his correspondence. He strode over to thefour packing-cases, which in their disguise as tables represented thebrigade mess, and called for his Intelligence and acting staffofficer. That officer's toilet took even less time than that of hischief, for he just rolled out from between two blankets, and appearedready made, as it were, for the day's wear and tear.
B. "Therefore the officer commanding the New Cavalry Brigade, havingcovered the whole force over Minie Kloof, will halt and allow thebrave general to pass through his brigade, and then follow him along aKaroo road into Prieska. So these are this sportsman's ideas on theco-operation of columns. They are about equal with his conception ofthe military methods most adapted for catching the present edition of'Brother.' What is our private information"
It so happens that in war the rank and file know little of what istaking place, and, one is inclined to add, care less. Consequentlythose in the brigade who had no knowledge of the state of affairsexisting with regard to Strydenburg were delighted at the prospect ofa halt. At this period of the campaign halts were rare, and men lookedto them in much the same spirit as the average house-holder in Englandlooks to a spring cleaning, since, provided there is water, an "offafternoon" will allow of a little of the cleanliness which hardtrekking renders impossible. The Dragoon Guards had not been longenough in the country to feel the necessity of a thorough overhaul oftheir linen. But the Horse gunners were old soldiers, and as soon asthe intended halt became common knowledge the men stripped the shirtsoff their backs and indulged in the luxury of sand-baths where waterwas not available. This may appear a simple operation, but those whohave campaigned long upon the veldt will know that a change of clothesexposes not the least of "the horrors of war."
The cyclists of the Mount Nelson Light Horse trundled out of camp withsome show of bravery. They had left Cape Town 100 strong. The journeyfrom Hanover Road to Britstown had reduced their numbers by fifty percent. The bare fifty still with the brigade were the survival of thefittest after a week of rain at Hanover and another week of strugglingwith Karoo tracks ankle-deep in dust. But the men tried to showsomething of a front as they pedalled out of camp. Their captain wasan enthusiast. He had, however, but poor material into which to infusehis enthusiasm; and at any time South African roads are asdemoralising to wheel-men used to a macadamised surface as thebouldered bed of a stream would be to a traction-engine. These samecyclists were the men who had scorched up to the Picquetberg Passeswhen ten men and a boy threatened Cape Town with invasion; and thememory of the wave of military enthusiasm which convulsed the greatseaport from Greenpoint to Simon's Town was still worth something tothem as, over-weighted, they struggled with the Karoo.
It will be seen from the above that the brigadier had no intention ofundertaking the wild-goose chase which had been proposed to him. Themissive which he had sent to Strydenburg had been cunninglyconstructed. It ran: "Local information indicates that the invadershave doubled back to the north, evidently with the object ofrecrossing the Orange River. I am moving with all reasonable despatchupon Hopetown. I was in touch with scattered parties of enemy lastnight. Have just sufficient supplies to take me into Hopetown." Themessage was addressed to Chief, Pretoria, and repeated to thelieutenant-general commanding the operations to suppress the invasion.Knowing that the cyclists might draw blank at Strydenburg, a secondcopy of the message was sent by the hand of a Kaffir, to be deliveredat the telegraph office in Britstown. As events turned out it was thecyclists' telegram which went, and, as intended, upset the apple-cartwhich the general subsequently tried to drive over the brigadier'sprostrate form. In the strict letter of the military law which, in somany cases, subordinates individual initiative and sound judgment, theaction taken by the brigadier was indefensible. But as a matter offact the mutiny was not so terrible as it at first appears. Settingaside the common-sense issue which ought to guide officers in seniorcommands when accepting orders from a superior, it should beremembered that the brigadier had only been directed to co-operatewith the officer who had now taken unto himself the position ofsupreme command. Lord Kitchener himself, at the meeting on the De Aarplatform, had given the brigadier a roving commission, to becontrolled only by orders from Pretoria and the lieutenant-general atDe Aar. Consequently he resented his free action being clogged by asenior whose only object seemed to be a desire to hug him and hisforce as closely as possible for self-protection against imaginarydangers. The brigadier, who was in every way as capable a soldier asany in South Africa, had not spent eighteen months in following, orbeing followed by, Boers, without arriving at a very shrewd estimateof their tactics. The lore of the chase in which he was engaged, as heread it, pointed to a break back on the part of the main body of theinvaders in the direction of the Orange River; and having balanced hisconception of the situation with his conscience, he considered thatthe most serviceable move he could make was to place himself and hisbrigade upon the railway at Hopetown. And so having sent the cycliststo smell out the land of Strydenburg, the New Cavalry Brigade, workingin three parallel columns, fringed round the east end of the Beer Vleiand struck north-east, with the backs of its rear-guard turned on theKaroo for ever. 59ce067264