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... (B 11023) G. 22 :W Mounted men Articles left at the base for each 25 GK man . . non-commissioned . wagon Travelling kitchen 106. 26 SECTION 4.. Additional articles carried by certain dis- mounted men Cyclist ..A.. 28 SECTION 5.... 16 19 officers. A... and men (dismounted) D. 7 SECTION 3.. limbered wagon 34 :*"> G. w.. .. . 27 . ..S... Pack animal Spare horses for S.. . E. PACK TEANSPOET AND SPAEE ANIMALS A... WAR ESTABLISHMENT AND TEANSPOET FIELD KITS A... PAGE SECTION 1. Dismounted .. . B. GENEEAL NOTES 4 SECTION 2.CONTENTS. 14/107 .. CAET AND WAGON EQUIPMENT A. B.. cart 29 "(> Maltese cart Water cart :H D.S. C.000 11/1-1 II 36 Wt. ...... .. officers . Mounted Warrant officers officers ..A... . F. E.S. C.. F... B. 12 . ammunition . 27332-249 & H 1'.
gun . Spare components of vehicles Section . F. . section 43 45 fNo. 4.A. Ammunition Tools .. 40 41 Cooks' wagon Travelling kitchen G-... .. G.. 1. Baggage and stores H... 3..S... ... limbered wagons for tools < I ... 1 2 .. E. machine .S. ..... F... .. cart PAGE 37 B.. C.A.S... SECTION 7.... Maltese cart 38 38 r Water G-. wagon . G... Forage Supplies required for one day Signalling equipment.. limbered .. .. C.... . DATA ON WHICH THE TRANSPORT OF A BATTALION IS CALCULATED () A. cart No.. AND WAGON LOADS S. .. 54 55 .. . 54 .. 42 for . G-. 50 52 53 Rations and fuel D. (B 11023) A S . 46 48 49 wagons! L Supplies.SECTION 6. . B. 56 (a) -See also 3. .. I 2.. 39 D....-f-CART A. E. ..
A. General Notes. senior major. Train transport (under the A.* 2. travelling kitchens. limbered wagons for tools . and will be notified from the Office. train transport. Supply section. t In the case of units which have not exchanged their cooks' wagon for 4 travelling kitchens. and no men or horses in excess " of the " total battalion will be allowed to accompany the unit in the field. The normal war establishment of an in When War War infantry battalion. Their distribution is at the discretion of the battalion commander. Transport.) : G.S. but forms part of the company establishment of officers. G.1098-43 dated February. are numbered consecutively and allotted as follows Bag-gage section.S. baggage and general stores. In addition the wagons share the balance of regimental equipment.S. showing its composition as regards personnel is given in Section 2. Expeditionary Force. wagons. and cooks' wagon or guns details of : With : . the the battalion headquarters and machine gun section (other than officers) will sleep and mess with their companies. certain modifications will become necessary. the details of battalion headquarters including the machine gun section (other than the battalion commander. Basis of establishment and outfit.Section 1. 1 carries for " " C " and " details. and No. is not included as such in the total battalion. 9 and footnote.F. 3 and 4. not belonging to The four G. supplies. and water carts . Part I. This manual has been based on War Establishments. G. The transport is divided in the field as follows 1st line. and on A. except as provided for in para. is for a campaign under different conditions. adjutant. and "B' companies and attached No. The transport of a battalion is shown after its war establishment. the establishment will be decreased by 3 drivers and 5 draught hones. 2 carries for companies and attached details. 3. The tables contained this Manual are drawn up on the basis of a campaign in a mobilization civilized country. Maltese cart . (which always accompanies the battalion on the march) S. 1 and 2. Wagons. approximately equal. medical officer and quartermaster) are posted to companies of the battalion as supernumerary to the establishment of platoons. Nos. 1914. 8). . D companies.A. 1914. establishment. : "A" .S.C. For purposes of administration. * Nos. 1. limbered wagon for machine pack and spare animals . the exception of the warrant officer and staff Serjeants. but should be so arranged that the numbers so posted to companies shall be and animals. and in a temperate climate. or otherwise as the battalion commander may direct.t The transport officer shown in italics (p.
One N. Veterinary arrangements. The horses and transport animals of an infantry battalion belonging to a division are in the veterinary charge of the veterinary officer with the Infantry Brigade HeadThose of the battalion with army troops are in charge quarters. unless otherwise ordered. When in the field. and two for each mounted officer with two horses. the carried out Army Medical and sanitary arrangements.C.C.S. The train transport is provided by the Army Service Corps. billets.C. spare.A. The director of veterinary services or his representative with the headquarters of the inspector. The first portion of " 5.S. for the first six months.C. working in conjunction with the R. or 80 per cent. Spare drivers for train transport are included in the war establishment of the Army Service Corps company of the train to which the drivers belong. An officer for medical and file for water duties. Horses.. On arrival in camp. 7. drivers. are provided by the E.C. Batmen. they are available for sanitary duties. &c.A. but.O. At all other times they take their places in the ranks. Other details shown in the table as " left at the base " also mobilize with the battalion \ the orderly room serjeant is detached these drafts (B 11023) A 3 .. and are available for duty in the ranks. train transport allotted to the battalion will accompany it by rail and oversea. All batmen are fully armed and trained soldiers. 4. and rank is known as first reinforcement.O.C. assisted by the farriers of Service Corps company to which the train drivers of the battalion belong. or mounted officer with one horse. driver is allowed for each pair of spare A horses. >^ Shoeing. &c. charge.A. per battalion will be detailed to accompany the train wagons of the unit. during the first year of a war.S.C. rations.M. and are placed under the orders of the medical officer for camp sanitation purposes. of the veterinary officer with the army troops train. Special instructions will be issued for the movement of these details. 6. The personnel and animals of the A. will not accompany it when it leaves its place of mobilization. joining the A. One man per wagon and one N. and eight privates per battalion are trained in sanitary duties." and is calculated at 10 per cent. Spare draught horses are allowed at the rate of 10 per cent. The first reinforcement mobilizes with the battalion. Drafts to replace wastage are calculated for infantry at the rate of 44 per cent. Reinforcement. fo$ these men and horses are carried by the company of the train to which the men and horses belong. or bivouac. personnel attached.M. The shoeing of horses and transport animals will be by the battalion cold shoers.general of communications will detail a veterinary officer to take charge of the animals of a battalion on tha lines of communication. Batmen in the field are allowed at the rate of one for each dismounted officer. train on arrival in the area of concentration. of rank and file.
wagons allotted for the carriage of baggage and stores. one blanket per man will be carried. 9." issued with Army Orders. to its War Establishment in The arrangements for bringing a battalion up men and horses. venient. when specially ordered. such as spare parts. are calculated on the assumption that it will be possible to replenish them at intervals of about a (d) Allowance Regulations medical equipment in Regulations for the Medical Services of the Army.S. War outfit is the material of all kinds which a unit requires for war. between the additional G. Replenishment of stores. as found contable (page 11). 10. 11. stores required onanobiliin the mobilization store table for down . " infantry battalion in the field is shown in Tables of Books. Stationery. horses and vehicles required. (c) zation are laid down an infantry battalion (expeditionary force). 8. Supplies and medical equipment. Blankets for personnel are not included in the normal scale of war outfit but.to join the A. are shown in a note on the War Establishment The blankets may be distributed. The clothing and necessaries required on mobilization are detailed in the Regulations for the Clothing of the Army. . when mobilization is complete. Details of the scale of supplies will be found in War Establishments and 1 in Sections 3-7. The ordnance (b) i . wagons and Nos. Mobilization. list of contents is pasted inside the lid of each stationery box. Part III. will be issued from the War Office to General Officers Commanding-inGhief. Clothing and necessaries. Orders for movement. 1 and 2 G. fortnight. Blankets. wagons to the normal scale of transport the extra personnel.G's office at the base . the remainder are attached with the first reinforcement to one of the infantry base dep6ts. Stationery taken into the field by units of the Expeditionary Force. and materials for repair. Army Forms and A . and for the completion of war outfit are laid down in Mobilization Regulations. The stationery considered necessary for an . . The method of carrying (a) it is laid Ordnance stores. This necessitates an addition of two G.S. War outfit. General requisites.S.
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MOUNTED Detail. .Section 3 FIELD KITS. A. OFFICERS.
13 A. Mounted Officers continued. .
.A. Detail. Mounted Officers continued.
15 CARRIED IN TRAIN TRANSPORT. but the total weights (excluding articles in camp kettles) of 50 Ibs. for other officers. as a ' The following articles in it list is drawn up general guide. . and the be varied. must not be exceeded may : Detail. for a commanding officer. or 35 Ibs.
DISMOUNTED OFFICERS. .1(5 B. Detail.
. Detail. tUsmounted Officers continued.17 6.
CARRIED IN TRAIN TRAN SPOUT. but the total weights (excluding articles in camp kettles) of 50 Ibs. for list is drawn up a general guide. as The following 35 Ibs. must not be exceeded : . for a commanding officer or other officers. Dismounted Officers coiUinued.IS B. and the articles in it may be varied.
WARRANT OFFICERS. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. Detail.19 C. . AND MEN (DISMOUNTED).
Warrant Officers. and (Dismounted) continued. Non-Comnrissioned Officers.20 C. . Men Detail.
Non-Commissioned Officers. Detail. Warrant Officers. and Men (Dismounted) continued. .21 C.
22 D. ADDITIONAL ARTICLES CARRIED RY CERTAIN DISMOUNTED MEN. .
.E. INFANTRY CYCLIST. for use of signallers. (9 bicycles are allowed per battalion.) Articles.
.24 E. INFANTRY CYCLIST continued.
serjeant and regimental drivers are clothed and equipped, as are other infantrymen (Table C), with the following exceptions (a) Bedford cord pantaloons are worn instead of service dress each man trousers, and cotton instead of woollen drawers has a pair of jack spurs. Eegimental transport personnel of kilted regiments will also wear boots instead of Highland shoes, and puttees instead of gaiters. Chin-straps will be^supplied to men wearing glengarry caps. (b) Intrenching implements are not carried. (c) Each driver has a whip and legging . The following are carried on the horses of the transport serjeant and regimental drivers
Heelropes are allowed for use with restive horses on a scale of 25 per cent. An additional peg is issued with each heel rope. Picketing ?ear (or any part of it) may, at the discretion of the commanding officer, be carried in the regimental transport
Nose bag-s. When luggage saddle is worn on the off horse, one bag on each side of the luggage saddle is fastened to the near
vehicles. proportion of mallets, heelpegr (about I to 20 horses) will be carried on 1st line transport vehicles.
arch (or ring with O.P. saddle). Carried in the wagon when luggage saddle is not worn. Horee brush and rubber. The met hod of carrying is left to the
discretion of officers commanding, except that these articles are not to be in the nosebag.
ARTICLES LEFT AT THE BASE FOR EACH MAN.
Kit bags, containing the spare kit detailed below, will be handed over to the O.C. base details to be taken to the oversea base with the base details, and will be left in charge of company storemen at the Infantry Base Dep6t to be forwarded only as may be deemed
convenient to the Service by the Commander- in -Chief.
Boots, ankle (a)
Jacket, service dress (c) ... Shoes, canvas (if in possession) Trousers, service dress (d)
(a) Shoes, Highland, for kilted regiments, but cyclists and regimental pertransport sonnel of kilted regimentH will not leave a spare pair of boots or shoes at the base.
Not for serving soldiers of Foot Guards, and Highland Light Infantry and kilted
Brush, hair Hosetops (e)
Shirt, flannel Socks, worsted
Not for serving soldiers of Foot Guards and kilted regiments.
transport personnel exerpted.
The boots (or Highland shoes) will be tied together, with the soles outwards, the regimental number of the man and the name and number of the battalion being chalked or otherwise legibly mark (Ml on the soles. The boots (or stioes) will be placed in the mouth of the kit bag to admit of them being readily withdrawn, should it be necessary to forward them separately to the troops in the field.
-PACK TRANSPORT LOADS; AND
PACK ANIMAL FOR SMALL-ARM AMMUNITION.
Animals per Company.)
S. . In addition to the above.B.. Collar. Blanket. water. ~\ Spare Riding Horse 3 Spare Draught Horses 1 Spare Pack' Horse > ) per Battalion. 2 per horse. 1 Rubber. picketing.... . An additional peg is carried for each heel rope. . surcingle Peg.... G. bit attachment 1 per pack horse. saddle Brush. heel (with picketing peg). Bag-.S. 1 1 per 2 horses. horse . Bags.. leather . with rope loop* Reins. Bit.. canvas Ropes. Pad. reversible. line gear Straps... ! . G.... bit . the following articles are distributed amongst the spare horses in the proportion shown : . portmouth.. head . horse Surcing-le.. Buckets. . nose.. per 4 horses.. .... 1 ARTICLES CARRIED BY SPARE HORSES.
-CART AND WAGON EQUIPMENT. (6 per Battalion.29 Section 5.) . SMALL ARM AMMUNITION CART.* A.
B.) Articles. . per Battalion. (1 MALTESE CART.
31 of Cart. Marks .
2 8 ^ ^_^ '^ : 1*1 S"S ^-SS c- 2 1.I S'S'Sl 1 I ?1^ |^ S 1 r3 I 1 a I s i I i| || sA tj< O CN :-03HH w O -FH 53 13 iam . sJl8^ HI O .32 ' -o 3 <M (N i-l 5 <N <N 5 -g 5 i? -J 2 .&s l^^. .
2 1 n t (B 11023) .3 < 3%2 < O "0 IN O^^r-tr-t CCS* CN r-l iH CO CO .
G. (3 per Battalion.34 D. LIMBERED WAGON. .) Articles.S.
35 *M^ O fc (74 a PQO I-IP4 OQ O I ^ r-iOOO CO % OOOCD 10 CO C<> O 2 O O <M CO (B 11023) B 2 .
*r S' ii i ji r-l ss 05 -s Oi 1 s- s 8- i .8ti .
The shown trials. which are required for general transport purposes.-CART AND WAGON LOADS. A.000 Ibs. of different marks of wagons. (Ifor M. in this section. spare whee's and poles.) Articles.G. Section.S.37 Section 6. has been arrived at after a series of packing and a departure from it would only be justified by excep- tional circumstances. 5 for remainder of Battalion. wagon with 2 heavy draught horses has been taken as 3. For purposes of calculation. SMALL ARM AMMUNITION CART. &c. the approximate load for a G. The weights of individual items in the loads. and such articles of the "loads" as luggage saddles. will at all times remain with the vehicles and are not to be left with the unit when vehicles return to refil.. distribution of the loads carried by transport vehicles. and of individual wagons of the same Mark may be found to vary. The articles of " wagon equipment " . .
} . per Battalion. (1 MALTESE CART.38 B.
1.} No. LIMBERED WAGONS FOR TOOLS. Articles.S. (2 per Battalion.39 D. . G.
40 D. (2 per Battalion. . LIMBERED WAGONS FOR 2.) No. Articles.S. G. TOOLS.
* Q.) . (1 COOKS' WAGON.41 E.S. Wagon per Battalion without travelling kitchens.
42 F. . TRAVELLING KITCHEN. (4 per Battalion*) Articles.
LIMBERED WAGON (1 FOR MACHINE-GUN SECTION.43 G. G. per Battalion.) .S.
G.S. Limbered Wagon for Machine-Gun Section continued.44 G. .
AND SUPPLIES.) G.S.S. 1 2 G.45 H. WAGONS FOR BAGQAQE. Articles. G. Wagon?.S. Wagon. (Baggage Section of Train /Vo. STORES. .
Section of Train 2 G. (Baggage No. 2 G. . G. Wagons) cont. and Supplies cont.S. Wagons Articles.46 H.S. Stores. for Baggage.S. Wagon.
Stores. and Supplies cont. . (Baggage Section of Train 2 G. Wagons for Baggage. No.H.S.S.S. 2 G. Wagons) cont. Articles. Wagon cont. G.
48 H. No. (Supply Section of Train 2 G. 8 G. Articles.S. . G.S. and Supplies Wagons. Wagon.S. Stores.) cont. Wagons for Baggage.
S.49 H. G. Stores. Wagons) No.S.S. . Wagon. 4 G. (Supply Section of Train 2 G. and Supplies cont. cont. Wagons for Baggage. Articles.
AMMUNITION. I. DATA ON WHICH THE TRANSPORT OF AN INFANTRY ' BATTALION TABLE A. . IS CALCULATED. APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF AMMUNITION AVAILABLE. Where carried.50 Section 7.
-serjts.040 850 880 125 20 @25 1 armourer @ 20 : Details at base 3 S. cart 120 rounds in another S.A.640 8 pack animals @ 2.A. @12 1 1 . when actually in III.O.O.220 rounds are shown in the mobilization store table. base detail 12 5 Vange takers in a S.A. (i.) @ 12 . 696 24 12 120 Allowance 29 1 : officers @ 24 medical 1 base detail 5 @ 24 @ 12 rangetakers @ 24 officer Total Distribution Carried by 29 officers : 852 (ii.000 7.. -Serjeants @ @ @ 110..A.000 6 S.G..A..) S. cart .A. carts @ 16.000 28 M. and S.A. Rounds. carts and pack animals will be fully loaded. (-303-inch) : continued. . (ii..-.630* *241. @ box (300 rounds) . but the field S. -Distribution Bounds.A.000 96.A. 97 men @ 120 @ 25 75 11. 60 300 120 852 . 917 men 120 17 signallers 50 11 pioneers 80 5 W.. belts @ 250 Total 123.A...51 II. 348 12 12 1M.) PISTOL AMMUNITION.000 242.630 16.
. How carried. Detail of forage carried in the field with units and in Army Service Corps trains and supply columns for each horse.54 D. FORAGE.
55 F. . SIGNALLING EQUIPMENT FOR AN INFANTRY BATTALION IN THE FIELD.
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