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1917 Military and Naval Recognition

1917 Military and Naval Recognition

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(1917) "Military and Naval Recognition" by Lieutenant J.W. Bunkley, U.S. Navy. Insignia and Uniforms of the U.S. Armed Forces and other nations.
(1917) "Military and Naval Recognition" by Lieutenant J.W. Bunkley, U.S. Navy. Insignia and Uniforms of the U.S. Armed Forces and other nations.

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All territory occupied by the

Army of the United

States in time of

peace is divided into

geographical

divisions called Divisions and Departments, and com-

manded by general officers, generally a

Major General,

assigned by direction of the President.
The geographical division of

territory for

military

purposes includes Divisions, Departments, Districts,
and Sub-districts.

Departments are

generally commanded by major gen-

erals or

brigadier generals. Districts

bybrigadiergenerals,

and sub-districts

by colonels or lieutenant colonels.
COAST ARTILLERY DISTRICTS

Name.

16 MILITARY AND NAVAL RECOGNITION BOOK

DEPARTMENTS

Name.

CHAPTER V

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