TENT AND TRENCH
Appendix B

BASE TROOPS CHART

 

Bakery

Field Bakery No. 363: Shown with a total strength of 2 officers and 91 men on November 2, 1918.  Completely demobilized February 28, 1919.

 

Communications and Utilities

5th Service Company, Signal Corps: Shown with a total strength of 2 men on November 2, 1918.

Utilities Company: Shown with a total strength of 9 officers and 161 men on November 2, 1918.

 

English Language Education

Development Battalions No. 1: Shown with a strength of 7 officers, 809 men, and 14 attached officers on November 2, 1918.

Development Battalions No. 2: Shown with a strength of 6 assigned officers, 702 assigned men, 7 attached officers, and 6 assigned men.

 

Fire Protection

Fire Truck & Hose Company

 

Headquarters Personnel

Headquarters Troop, Provisional Depot for Corps and Army Troops: Shown with

a total strength of  84 assigned and 23 attached personnel on November 2, 1918.

Headquarters First Corps Troops.

Headquarters Second Corps Troops.

Headquarters First Provisional Brigade Army Troops: Shown with a strength of 2 officers and 19 enlisted men on November 2, 1918.

Headquarters Second Provisional Brigade Army Troops: Shown with a strength of 1 officer and 17 men on November 2, 1918.

 

Law Enforcement

War Prison Barracks No. 6: Shown with a total strength of 1 officer and 25 men on November 2, 1918.

Provost Guard Company: Shown with a total strength of 4 officers and 245 men on November 2, 1918.

 

Machine Shop

Machine Shop 319: Shown with a total strength of 1 officer and 22 men on November 2, 1918.

 

Medical Personnel

Base Hospital: Shown with a total strength of 666 assigned and 5 attached personnel on November 2, 1918.

Medical Supply Depot: Shown with a total strength of 3 officers and 25 men on November 2, 1918.

 

Munitions

Ordnance Depot No. 118: Shown with a total strength of 3 officers and 82 men on November 2, 1918.

 

Quartermaster and Construction Personnel

Conservation and Reclamation Unit: Shown with a total strength of 5 officers and 137 men on November 2, 1918.

Constructing Quartermaster: Shown with a total strength of 2 officers on November 2, 1918.

Engineer Depot No. 421: Shown with a total strength of 1 officer and 10 men on November 2, 1918.

Quartermaster Detachment, Depot Corps and Army Troops: Shown with a total strength of 22 men on November 2, 1918.

Sub Depot Quartermaster: Shown with a total strength of 35 officers and 270 men on November 2, 1918.

422nd Reserve Labor Battalion, Q. M.C.: Shown with a total strength of 915 assigned and 1428 attached personnel on November 2, 1918.

 

 

Remount Depot

Remount Depot 307: Shown with a total strength of 18 officers and 650 men on November 2, 1918.

 

Schools

School for Cooks and Bakers: Shown with a total strength of 5 officers, 223 men, and 1 attached officer on November 2, 1918.  Completely demobilized February 28, 1919.

School for Nurses.

 

Transportation

Motor Transportation Corps Detachment: Shown with a strength of 31 men on November 2, 1918.

Truck Company 331: Shown with a strength of 1 officers and 50 men on November 2, 1918.  Completely demobilized by January 15, 1919.

Truck Company 405: Shown with a strength of 1 officer and 72 men on November 2, 1918.  Completely demobilized by January 15, 1919.

Truck Company 444: Shown with a total strength of 1 officer, 57 men, and 2 attached personnel on November 2, 1918.  Completely demobilized by January 15, 1919.

 

Unassigned Personnel

Casual Detachment: Shown with a total strength of 1208 men and 23 attached officers on November 2, 1918.





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