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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROUNIANA 



C353.6 

N87a 

1953-5^ 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



00032750265 



This book must not 
be taken from the 
Library building. 



THIS TITLE HAS BEEN MICROFILMKO 



REPORT 



OF 



The Adjdtait Ueieral 



OF THE 



State of Worth Carolina 




1 JANUARY 1953 - 31 DECEMBER 1954 



CONTENTS 



Page 



Report of The Adjutant General 1 January 1953 — 31 De- 
cember 1954 5 

Report of Audit Year Ended 30 June 1952 and 1953 16-23 

Report of the United States Property & Fiscal Officer 1 Jan- 
uary 1953—31 December 1954 34 

"Hurricane Hazel" — Special Duty Troops 40 

Annual Armory Inspections 42 

General Orders (1 thru 48) 1953 . 46 

General Orders (1 thru 46) 1954 : .. 105 

Rosters : 

Officers North Carolina National Guard 1953 and 1954 169 

Former Adjutants General of North Carolina 216 



REPORT 

OP 

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 

OF THE 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

FOR THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY 1953—31 DECEMBER 1954 



To: His Excellency, The Governor of North Carolina and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the State Military Forces, State Capitol, 
Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Sir : Submitted herein is a report of the operation of the Adju- 
tant General's Department for the years 1953-1954. 

COMMENDATIONS 

The North Carolina National Guard, both Army and Air, con- 
tinued to receive its usual and customary commendations from 
Regular Army and Air Instructors and the Commanding Gen- 
eral, Third Army. Such recognition is indicative of the organ- 
ization, state of training, and efficiency attained, for which the 
officers, non-commissioned officers, and enlisted personnel are to 
be congratulated. 

Battery B, 113th Field Artillery Battalion at Dunn was award- 
ed the Third Army National Guard Training Trophy for the 
calendar year 1952. This trophy is awarded to the outstand- 
ing National Guard unit in the Third Army Area for each cal- 
endar year, based on certain training criteria. This is the second 
consecutive year that this trophy has been won by this battery 
and is the only time that any unit in the Third Army Area has 
twice won this trophy. 

Tank Company, 139th Infantry (formerly Tank Company, 
119th Infantry), Parkton, was awarded the Eisenhower Trophy 
for outstanding performance during 1952, and Company F, 139th 
Infantry (formerly Company F, 120th Infantry), Albemarle, 
was the recipient of this trophy for outstanding performance 
during 1953. This trophy was established in 1948 in honor of 
President Eisenhower when he was General of the Army and 
Chief of Staff, and is awarded each year to the company-size 



6 Report of The Adjutant General 

Army National Guard unit in each state, territory, and the Dis- 
trict of Columbia on the basis of outstanding performance in 
training, attendance, weapons qualifications, strength, and other 
factors. 

Immediately following the formal part of this report there is 
a rating report under Annual Armory Inspections for fiscal year 
1954-1955. Since a good many units were redesignated, the pre- 
vious designation is shown in parenthesis under the present des- 
ignation, and the rating received is on line with the present or 
previous designation, depending upon the designation of the 
unit at the time the inspection was made. For the fiscal year 
1954, 7 units were rated Superior, 82 were rated Excellent, 17 
were rated satisfactory, and 2 were rated unsatisfactory. For 
the fiscal year 1955, 16 were rated Superior, 81 were rated Excel- 
lent, 17 were rated Satisfactory, and none rated Unsatisfactory. 
The following units were rated Satisfactory for both years : Med- 
ical Company, 120th Infantry; Service Battery, 690th Field Ar- 
tillery Battalion; Headquarters and Headquarters and Service 
Company, 105th Engineer Battalion ; Company B, 105th Engineer 
Battalion ; Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion ; Battery A, 295th Field Artillery Battalion. 

The following units received Superior ratings for 1954 and 
1955: 30th Infantry Division Band (formerly 94th Army Band) ; 
Service Company, 119th Infantry; Headquarters and Headquar- 
ters Company, 2nd Battalion, 119th Infantry; Company E, 119th 
Infantry (formerly Company L, 119th Infantry) ; Company E, 
120th Infantry; Company B, 139th Infantry (formerly Company 
B, 119th Infantry) ; Company F, 139th Infantry (formerly Com- 
pany F, 120th Infantry). These units are to be congratulated 
upon this very fine achievement. 

ARMORIES 

In the previous report, a summary of this program is given. 
The Congress of the United States continued its appropriations 
for fiscal years 1954 and 1955. For the latter year, the appro- 
priation was $27,000,000.00, the largest made by Congress for 
this purpose. Federal funds, therefore, are available to match 
State funds on a 75% -25% basis in practically an unlimited 
amount. 

In order that the record might be complete, it is considered 
appropriate to give detailed information with respect to our 
armory construction program. The table immediately following 
gives this information : 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Date Bids Date of Acceptance by 

No. Location Total Cost Were Received National Guard Bureau 

1 Burlington- 3 97,281.00 18 Dec. 1952 18 Feb. 1954 

2 Lenoir 97,528.00 22 Jan. 1953 24 Nov. 1953 

3 Red Springs 98,513.00 18 Dec. 1952 14 Dec. 1953 

4 O.xford 99,615.00 19 Feb. 1953 18 Feb. 1954 

5 Zebulon 94,205.00 5 May 1953 9 Apr. 1954 

6 Lexington 103,691.00 2 June 1953 16 Aug. 1954 

7 Wilmington 96,157.00 29 Oct. 1953 

8 Williamston 96,698.50 19 Nov. 1953 29 Dec. 1954 

9 Kinston 93,928.00 21 Jan. 1954 21 Dec. 1954 

10 Ahoskie 96,968.50 19 Nov. 1953 29 Dec. 1954 

11 Thomasville 92,968.00 3 Mar. 1954 7 Dec. 1954 

12 Bladenboro 95,387.50 7 Apr. 1954 

13 Fayetteville.„. 97,731.00 9 June 1954 

(Addition) 19,428.00 

14 N. Wilkesboro.. . 93,308.00 4 Aug. 1954 

15 Goldsboro 92,705.00 11 Aug. 1954 

16 Tarboro 91,598.00 8 Sept. 1954 

17 Hickory 90,525.00 13 Oct. 1954 

The total cost of these 17 armories was $1,648,235.50. Of this 
amount. The Federal Government contributed $1,236,176.62 and 
the State of North Carolina contributed $412,058.88. The aver- 
age cost of these 17 armories including the Fayetteville addition, 
is $96,955.03. The average cost without the Fayetteville addi- 
tion is $95,812.21. The addition to the Fayetteville armory cost 
$19,428.00 and was made necessary because of the decision to 
organize an additional unit in Fayetteville after the construction 
of a one-unit armory there was well under way. Of the armories 
listed above, the following house 2 units each : Lenoir, Kinston, 
Ahoskie, and Fayetteville. 

With the letting of contracts for the Hickory armory and the 
addition to the Fayetteville armory. State funds for armory con- 
struction were exhausted. Anticipating, however, that some 
means would be provided whereby the armory construction pro- 
gram could be continued, the North Carolina Armory Commission 
recommended the following priorities for new armories when 
funds became available. These have been submitted to and ap- 
proved by all the agencies of the Government which are required, 
and construction has been authorized when State matching funds 
are available: 

No. Location 

18 Clinton 

19 Southern Pines 

20 Asheboro 

21 Warsaw 

22 Mount Airy 

23 Fair Bluff 



8 Report of The Adjutant General 

24 Newton 

25 Charlotte 

26 Rocky Mount 

Early in June, 1954, the city-owned armory at Charlotte, which 
housed 5 units of the Army National Guard, was destroyed by 
fire. The City Council of the City of Charlotte immediately pro- 
posed to advance to the North Carolina Armory Commission the 
State's share of the cost of construction of a new armory, with 
the understanding that this money would be repaid to the City 
of Charlotte, without interest, if and when the General Assembly 
appropriated funds to construct Armory No. 25, the priority for 
which Charlotte had been recommended. This proposal was ac- 
cepted by the North Carolina Armory Commission. Graves & 
Toy, Architects of Charlotte, were employed to prepare the plans 
and specifications. At the end of the year substantial progress 
had been made and it was believed that invitations for bids could 
be advertised to be received the latter part of April or early part 
of May. 

During the period 1935-1940, there were 30 armories construct- 
ed under the Works Progress Administration program, which 
envisaged contribution of site by local community, financial con- 
tribution of from 15% to 25% by local community, and the re- 
mainder by the Federal Government. Armories constructed un- 
der this program at Greenville, High Point, Morganton, New 
Bern, Parkton, Salisbury, Washington, Whiteville, and Wilson 
have been conveyed to the State of North Carolina, and the arm- 
ories at Dunn and Roanoke Rapids have been leased to the State 
of North Carolina for 25 years. Reidsville and Edenton are con- 
sidering a conveyance of their respective armories to the State. 

National Guard units are occupying city and /or county-owned 
WPA armories at Albemarle, Canton, Concord, Edenton, Gas- 
tonia, Henderson, Leaksville, Louisburg, Monroe, Raeford, Ral- 
eigh, Reidsville, Sanford, Shelby, Warrenton, Waynesville, and 
Wilmington. We are preparing to activate a unit at Lumberton 
which will occupy the armory there. The armory at Madison is 
not available ; consequently no effort has been made to organize 
a unit in that community. 

The National Guard Bureau has authorized an addition to the 
Armory at Wadesboro, occupied by a part of the 263rd Commun- 
ications Squadron. This addition will cost $24,000.00 and will be 
paid for in its entirety with Federal funds. 



Report of The Adjutant General 9 

(iOVKKXOH I'MSTEAIVS INAl'(iUKA TIOX 

Honorable William B. Umstead of Durham was inaugurated 
Governor of North Carolina on Thursday, 8 January 1953. Ap- 
proximately 2,000 North Carolina National Guardsmen partici- 
pated in this inauguration, together with a battalion of infantry 
and a battery of field artillery from the 82nd Airborne Division 
at Fort Bragg. The National Guard units escorted the inaugural 
party from the Governor's Mansion on Blount Street, leaving 
there at 11 :00 a.m. and proceeding around the Capitol Square to 
Fayetteville Street and thence to the Memorial Auditorium. Fol- 
lowing the inaugural ceremonies at the auditorium, a very large 
parade with the National Guard troops, the 82nd Airborne units, 
the State College ROTC and many high school bands passed in 
review up Fayetteville Street before the reviewing stand that 
was located on the sidewalk in front of the store of Montgomery- 
Ward Company. Army aviation flew over during the parade up 
Fayetteville Street. The escort and parade were most impressive 
and reflected much credit upon the National Guard units partici- 
pating. 

HURRICANE HAZEL 

Hurricane Hazel hit North Carolina on Friday, 15 October 
1954, in the early morning and left a path of destruction from 
the beaches in Brunswick County due north to the Virginia line, 
including the beaches in New Hanover, Pender, Onslow, and 
Carteret Counties. 11 Units of the North Carolina National 
Guard were ordered into State service to protect property and 
aid the civil authorities. The units are listed in the Special Order 
appearing on page — . of this report. Many letters of commen- 
dation and appreciation for the very fine service rendered by our 
National Guardsmen in Brunswick, New Hanover, Pender, On- 
slow, Carteret, and Beaufort Counties were received. Our Na- 
tional Guardsmen really turned in an outstanding performance 
and exhibited a most unselfish devotion to duty. 

80TH INFANTRY DIVISION 

Probably the most important event in the history of the North 
Carolina National Guard came when Governor William B. Um- 
stead gave his approval to the State of North Carolina accepting 
the entire 30th Infantry Division. Our sister State of Tennessee, 
which had about one-half of the Division, had renewed its re- 
quest originally made in 1948 for an entire Division. The re- 
quest came shortly after the State of Illinois announced that it 



10 Report of The Adjutant General 

would not reactivate the 44th Infantry Division which had been 
called into Federal service from that State for service in the 
Korean emergency. The National Guard Bureau was favorably 
disposed toward the request of the State of Tennessee and it be- 
came necessary to find a home for the Tennessee units of the 30th 
Infantry Division. After many conferences, a Special Commit- 
tee appointed by the Adjutant General came up with a unanimous 
recommendation that the State of North Carolina accept the en- 
tire 30th Infantry Division and submitted a proposal for its 
accomplishment. This proposal was submitted to Governor 
Umstead and after his usual careful and deliberate consideration, 
he gave his approval to the plan. The National Guard Bureau 
was most happy over his decision and the administrative details 
were worked out promptly to the end that the General Orders to 
accomplish this objective were issued and made effective on 28 
October 1954. 21 additional units were required to be organized 
and substantial progress had been made by the end of the year 
in completing the Division. While the National Guard Bureau 
gave the State of North Carolina 18 months in which to complete 
the organization, it is believed that this organization will be ac- 
complished not later than the fall of 1955, or within less than 12 
months. 

It is the consensus of opinion of National Guard officers that 
the 30th Infantry Division as North Carolina's own Old Hickory 
Division can and will be made into an outstanding Division. It 
is contemplated that this Division will train at Fort Bragg, North 
Carolina, in our own State in preference to training in another 
state quite distant from our own. All units will be able to arrive 
at Fort Bragg on the first day of the field training period and all 
units can leave Fort Bragg on the last day and be at their respect- 
ive home stations before midnight. This will enable the Division 
to have 2 full weeks of training. 

In organizing the 30th Infantry Division in North Carolina, it 
was necessary to take a substantial portion from IV Corps Artil- 
lery and other Non-Divisional units. The 378th Engineer Bat- 
talion (Combat) (Army) became the 105th Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Division). The 167th Military Police Battalion be- 
came a part of the 119th Infantry. The 540th Field Artillery 
Battalion (155 mm, Gun, TD) became a Division Artillery Bat- 
talion, to-wit, the 540th Field Artillery Battalion (105 mm, How, 
TD) . Part of the 690th Field Artillery Battalion and part of the 
295th Field Artillery Battalion, both of the 196th Field Artillery 
Group, were taken into the Division as the 690th Field Artillery 



Report of The Adjutant General 11 

Battalion (155 mm How). The 130th Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion was converted into the 30th Reconnaissance Company 
and the 130th Tank Battalion and the 725th Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion of the 252nd Antiaircraft Group were taken into the 
Division and redesignated as the 130th Antiaircraft Battalion. 
The Headquarters and Headquarters Battery of the 252nd Field 
Arty Group in Greensboro became the Headquarters and Head- 
quarters Battery, 30th Division Artillery, and the 505th Field 
Artillery Battalion became the Headquarters Company, 30th In- 
fantry Division, the 30th Military Police Company, the 30th 
Quartermaster Company, the Headquarters and Headquarters 
Detachment, 730th Ordnance Battalion, and Company A, 730th 
Ordnance Battalion. 

SERVICE SCHOOLS 

During the period covered by this report 214 officers and 422 
enlisted men attended Service Schools. 

CAMPS OF INSTRUCTION 1953 AND 1954 

During the summers of 1953 and 1954 the 30th Infantry Divi- 
sion, under the command of Major General Paul H. Jordan of 
Chattanooga, Tennessee, with Brigadier General Claude T. 
Bowers of Warrenton, North Carolina, as Assistant Division 
Commander, engaged in field training at Fort McClellan, Ala- 
bama. In 1953, IV Corps Artillery, the 167th Military Police 
Battalion, and the 3624th Ordnance Company trained at Fort 
McClellan. In 1954, these units trained at Fort Bragg. In 1953 
and 1954 the 252nd Antiaircraft Artillery Group, together with 
the 130th Antiaircraft Battalion, a part of the 30th Infantry 
Division, trained at Camp Stewart, Georgia. The training at 
the three installations was most satisfactory, the accommodations 
adequate, and the cooperation from the post authorities at each 
installation were all that could be desired. 

ARMY INSTRUCTORS 

Colonel Herbert H. Harris, 0-11817, Infantry, reported in 
April, 1954 to the Senior Army Advisor for temporary duty pend- 
ing his retirement at the end of August, 1954. Colonel Harris 
had been scheduled to take over as Senior Army Advisor upon the 
retirement of Colonel William R. Watson but due to an executive 
order of the President, he was involuntarily retired on 31 August 
1954, at which time Colonel Watson, 0-8354, Infantry, was also 
retired. The tour of duty of Colonel Watson as Senior Army 



12 Report of The Adjutant General 

Advisor and the short tour of duty of Colonel Harris as his As- 
sistant were extremely helpful to the North Carolina National 
Guard. It was with regret that both of these officers were re- 
tired. 

Colonel Watson was succeeded by Lt Colonel Charles C. Cooper, 
O-33430, Infantry, who was promoted to Colonel, Infantry, on 
10 December 1954. CWO James B. Liles, who served for many 
years in the 120th Infantry, North Carolina National Guard but 
who accepted an appointment in the Regular Army following 
World War II, has been the Chief Clerk in the office of the Senior 
Army Advisor and has been outstanding in the performance of 
his duties. He is scheduled for a change of station in the spring 
or early summer of 1955. 

I wish to record my deep appreciation of the very unselfish 
devotion to duty of the enlisted personnel in the office of the 
Senior Army Advisor. They have been outstanding in the per- 
formance of duties, have been most cooperative with the Ad- 
jutant General's Department, and merit our thanks for their 
interest and efficient work on behalf of the North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard. 

Major Leland R. Cantlebary, O-60350, Artillery, has been our 
most efficient Advisor in all army aviation matters. He has given 
unselfishly of his time to all matters affecting the North Carolina 
National Guard and has been of invaluable assistance in increas- 
ing the efficiency of our Army Aviation. I wish to commend him 
for his unselfish devotion to duty and express my regret that he 
must make a change of station in the summer of 1955. 

UNITED STATES PROPERTY AND FISCAL OFFICER 

The name of the United States Property and Disbursing Offi- 
cer was changed to that of United States Property and Fiscal 
Officer by Act of Congress in the early summer of 1954. This 
agency of the Adjutant General's Department has continued to 
function satisfactorily from Camp Butner and to render efficient 
service in the supply of the North Carolina National Guard. 

It should be noted here that all of the Government-owned prop- 
erty on the Camp Butner Military Reservation was conveyed to 
the State of North Carolina by the United States of America 
acting by and through Robert T. Stevens, Secretary of the Army, 
by deed dated 27 September 1954. This deed was executed pur- 
suant to an Act of the Congress, approved by the President on 
2 April 1954, and known as Public Law 327, 83rd Congress. Two 
tracts of land were conveyed, one containing 16.30 acres, more 



Report of The Adjutant General 13 

or less, upon which the USP&FO warehouses, the concentration 
site, and the State Maintenance Shops are located, and the other 
containing 4734.09 acres, more or less, and being what is known 
as the rifle range tract. This deed is recorded in the Office of the 
Register of Deeds for Granville County in Book 140 at Page 236, 
and in Durham County in Book 222 at Page 70, and rerecorded 
in Book 223 at Page 5. This deed conveys all of the right, title 
and interest of the United States of America in and to these tracts 
of land, with certain mineral, gas, and oil exceptions, upon the 
express provision that the land, buildings, structures, improve- 
ments, and facilities shall be used for military purposes only, ^nd 
in the event it shall not be used for such purposes, title thereto 
shall immediately revert to the United States of America. 

Action has been initiated for the construction of 2 pre-fab 
metal warehouses at an estimated cost of $50,000.00, a new State 
Otdnance Maintenance Shop at an estimated cost of $280,000.00, 
and a new USP&FO warehouse at an estimated cost of $260,- 
000.00, making a total of $590,000.00. This construction will be 
done with 100 7^ Federal funds. It is believed that authorization 
will be given around the middle of 1955, and it is hoped that con- 
struction can begin on the pre-fab warehouse projects at least 
by mid-summer. 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

Colonel William J. Payne, Commander, North Carolina Air 
National Guard, continues in the performance of his duties in an 
outstanding manner. 

Early in 1954 the State of North Carolina accepted the 123rd 
Air Base Group, consisting of the Headquarters, the 123rd Com- 
munications Squadron, 123rd Air Police Squadron, 123rd Food 
Service Squadron, and 123rd Installations Squadron. All of 
tl^se units have been organized and extended Federal recogni- 
tion. The Air National Guard has continued to grow in strength 
and efficiency, and on 31 December 1954 had 63 officers, 1 war- 
rant officer, and 555 airmen, with an aggregate strength of 619. 

Prospects are extremely favorable for a new warehouse for 
the Air National Guard at Morris Field, Charlotte, and a new 
administration building, both of which projects will cost approx- 
imately $450,000.00 and both of which are very badly needed. 

The 156th Fighter Bomber Squadron is all jet equipped and 
the efficiency of our entire Air National Guard can be attributed 
to the energy, resourcefulness, and devotion to duty of its com- 
mander. 



14 Report of The Adjutant General 

state maintenance officer 

Lt Colonel John Foreman was promoted to Colonel and has 
continued to perform his duties as State Maintenance Officer 
with unusual and outstanding ability. The very high state of 
maintenance of the North Carolina National Guard can be at- 
tributed directly to our State Maintenance Officer. In 1954 North 
Carolina was one of two States which received a Superior rating 
by the National Guard Bureau on all maintenance items. 

STAFF AND EMPLOYEES, THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

The staff and employees of this Department continue to merit 
the respect and confidence of the State and the Departments of 
the Army and Air Force. The staff members are officers of ex- 
perience and efficiency and perform their duties with interest 
and intelligence. The clerical staff has done and continues to do 
an outstanding job in spite of the crowded conditions under which 
the work has to be done. 

ARMY AND AIR NATIONAL GUARD GROWTH 

On 31 December 1952 the Army National Guard had 623 offi- 
cers and warrant officers and 5,022 enlisted men, for an aggre- 
gate of 5,645; the Air National Guard had 20 officers and war- 
rant officers and 155 airmen, for an aggregate of 175, giving a 
total overall strength of Army and Air of 5,820. 

On 31 December 1953 the Army National Guard had 625 offi- 
cers, 108 warrant officers, and 5,993 enlisted men, for an aggre- 
gate of 6,726; the Air National Guard had 38 officers, 1 war- 
rant officer, and 360 airmen, for an aggregate of 399, giving a 
total overall strength of Army and Air of 7,125. 

On 31 December 1954 the Army National Guard had 676 offi- 
cers, 111 warrant officers, and 7,190 enlisted men, for an aggre- 
gate of 7,977 ; the Air National Guard had 63 officers, 1 warrant 
officer, and 555 airmen, for an aggregate of 619, giving a total 
overall strength of Army and Air of 8,596. 

These figures speak for themselves and indicate a steady 
growth in the strength of both Army and Air National Guard. 
Plans have already been made for a recruiting campaign to cover 
the period 1 January-31 March 1955, during which it is hoped 
that we can add 1,200 to 1,500 men to our strength. 



Report of The Adjutant General 15 

conclusion 

The two years covered by this report have been momentous in 
the history of the North Carolina National Guard, both Army and 
Air. The accomplishments during this period are indicative of 
ability, sound planning, and continued interest in our National 
Guard. It is believed that our Guard is better equipped and better 
trained than at any time in its history. 

The most imperative need for our Army National Guard is new 
armories. Since our units have grown in size, the temporary 
facilities which have been utilized as armories have proved to be 
grossly inadequate, and until new, adequate armories are pro- 
vided, these units cannot maintain the status of training that 
could be accomplished with decent housing and adequate training 
facilities. These can be provided only through the construction 
of new armories. This is a pressing and crying need, and it is 
hoped that the incoming General Assembly can find some means 
whereby the armory construction program can be continued. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjtdant General 



16 Report of The Adjutant General 



Department of Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

REPORT ON AUDIT 

Year Ended June 30, 1952 
General John H. Manning, Adjutant General 

INDEX 

COMMENTS 

EXHIBIT: 

"A" Statement of State Appropriated Funds and Expenditures 

SCHEDULES: 

A-1 Statement of Departmental Receipts 

A-2 Detailed Statement of Expenditures — Maintenance Fund 

A-3 Statement of Disbursing Account 

A-4 Statement of Salaries and Wages 

EXHIBIT: 

"B" Summary Statement of Comparative Expenditures 
"C" Statement of Appropriation and Expenditures North Carolina 
Armory Commission 



Report of The Adjutant General 17 



Department of State Auditok 

BuREAi- OK Institutional and Departjie.xtal Auditing 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

General John H. Manning 
Adjutant General 
Raleigh. North Carolina 

Sir: 

We made an examination of the accounts and records of the 

Department of Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1952 and submit herewith our report con- 
sisting of three exhibits and four schedules which we believe to be self- 
explanatory. We also show on Exhibit "C", a statement of appropriation and 
expenditures of the North Carolina Armory Commission. There was an un- 
expended balance of $26,526.52 at June 30, 1952. This amount was transferred 
to Reserve Account for permanent appropriations. North Carolina Armory 
Commission. 

Expenditures for the Department of The Adjutant General's Office for the 
year 1951-52 were $305,517.86 compared to $309,079.90 for the previous year, 
as a reduction of $3,562.04 for the year 1951-52. This was accounted for 
mainly by the fact that certain units of the National Guard (Air and Ground) 
were inducted into Federal Service. 

We inspected a representative number of invoices, pay rolls, and other data 
supporting disbursements and found them in order. The Cash Balance at 
June 30, 1952 was reconciled with the records of the State Treasurer and 
found in agreement. 

We wish to express our appreciation to the personnel of the Department for 
the courtesies extended us during this assignment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Henry L. Bridges, State Auditor 

Prepared By: 

Bureau of Institlttional and Departmental Auditing 

By Jno. W. Ives 

Approved: : 

M. L. Widenhouse 
Feb. 5, 1953 



18 Report of The Adjutant General 



STATEMENT OP STATE APPROPRIATED FUNDS AND 
EXPENDITURES 

Year Ended June 30, 1952 
EXHIBIT "A" 

UNEXPENDEDBALANCE JULY 1, 1951 $ 

1951-1952 APPROPRIATION 330,514.00 

TRANSFERRED FROM 1950-1951 MAINTENANCE 1,292.00 

DEPARTMENTAL RECEIPTS (SCHEDULE A-1) 18,932.52 

TOTAL AVAILABILITY $ 350,73 8.52 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES (SCHEDULE A-2).... $ 305,517.86 

UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF APPROPRIATION 45^220.66 

REPRESENTED BY: 
Unexpended Balance Reverted to State's General Fund $ 45,220.66 



STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL RECEIPTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1952 

Schedule A-1 

RECEIPTS: 
U. S. Treasury Reimbursements: 

Camp Butner ....$ 5 ,402 . 53 

Morris Field 7,700.34 

Bluethenthal Field _ 5 , 529 .65 

Total Receipts (To Exhibit "A") $ 18,932.52 

Refund of Expenditures 60 . 42 

TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL RECEIPTS AND REFUNDS $ 18,992.94 



Report of The Adjutant General 19 

detailed statement of expenditures — maintenance fund 

Year Ended June 30, 1952 

SCHEDULE A-2 

Administration: 

Salary— Adjutant General $ 9,045 .00 

Salaries and Wages— StafF. 55 ,965 .60 

Supplies and Materiels._ 1 , 324 . 60 

Postage, Tel. and Tel.._„_ 4 ,099 . 19 

Printing and Binding 1,853.93 

Repairs and Alterations 197.01 

Equipment ,- 2 ,451 . 85 

Maintenance State Owned Cars 954.87 

Motor Vehicle Purchase 1 , 141 .79 



3 77,033.84 



National Guard: 

Officers Special Duty $ 5,180.75 

Travel — Adjutant General 633 .09 

Allotment to Organizations 121 ,525 .00 

Commanding General, 30th Division.- 1,000.00 

Examination of Recruits 8,847.40 

Insurance and Bonding 95.37 

Association Dues — 846 . 30 

State Arsenal (Freight and Labor) 11 .55 

Other Expense 432 . 35 

Travel, Chkg. Fed. Property 681 .11 

Allotments to Officers and S. Sgts 54,005 . 15 

Workmens Compensation 569 .06 

Armory Inspections 5,016.63 

Federal Property Shortage.- 1,440.95 



3200,284.71 



Camp Butner: 

Salaries and Wages 3 5 ,066 .00 

Supplies and Materials 1,664.69 

Utilities - 364.00 

Maintenance and Repairs 1,630.25 



3 8,724.94 



Morris Field: 

Salaries and Wages 3 2,687.00 

Supplies and Materials 1 , 640 50 

Communications and Shipping 1,001 .90 

Sub-Contractors.__ 1 , 200 . 00 

Utilities 1,699.12 

Maintenance and Repairs 1,911 .31 



10,139.83 



Bluethenthal Field: 

Salaries and Wages 3 4,682.82 

Supplies and Materials 13.16 

Communications and Shipping 229.47 

Utilities. 699.78 

Maintenance and Repairs 3,709.31 

9,334.54 
TOTAL EXPENDITURES... 3 305,517.86 



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STATEMENT OF DISBURSING ACCOUNT 

Year Ended June 30, 1952 

SCHEDULE A-3 

BALANCE JULY \, 1951 - 

RECEIPTS: 

From State Treasurer (Transfer from allotment account 

to Disbursing Account) 3 305,578.28 

TOTAL BEGINNING BALANCE AND RECEIPTS $ 305,578.28 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Expenditures (Schedule A-2) $ 305,517.86 

Refunds (Schedule A-1) 60 .42 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ....$ 305,578.28 

BOOK BALANCE JUNE 30, 1952 $ 



RECONCILIATION WITH STATE TREASURER: 

Balance State Treasurer June 30, 1952 $ 28,650.11 

ADD: Deposit in Transit 59,008.02 

87,658.13 
DEDUCT: Outstanding Checks.^ 87,658.13 

BALANCE AS ABOVE 



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SUMMARY STATEMENT OF COMPARATIVE EXI»EM)1TI HES 

Fiscal Years Ended June 30, 1951 and June 30, 1952 

EXIHIBIT "B" 



Fiscal Year Fiscal Year 

Ended Ended Increase 

June 30, 1952 June 30, 1951 Decrease* 



Summary By Purpose: 

Administration... $ 77 ,Q?i} . 84 

National Guard 200,284.71 

Camp Butner 8,724.94 

Morris Field 10, 139 . 83 

Bluethenthal Field._.._ 9,334.54 

Special Duty 

Total Expenditures ■... 3305,517.86 

Summary By Objects: 

Salaries and Wages $ 77 ,446 . 42 

Supplies and Materials 4,642.95 

Postage, Tel. and Tel 5 ,330.56 

Travel E.xpense 1 ,314.20 

Printing and Binding..... 1 , 853 .93 

Motor Vehicle Operation 954 . 87 

Lights, Power, Water 2,762.90 

Repairs and Alterations 7,447.88 

General Expense 1 ,278.65 

Insurance and Bonding. 95.37 

Equipment 2 ,451 . 85 

E.Ktraordinary...__ 199,938.28 

Total E.xpenditures 3305,517.86 



3 67,032.43 


3 


10,001.41 


213,606,60 




13,321.89* 


7,219.52 




1,505.42 


14,234.70 




4,094.87* 


6,898.37 




2,436.17 


88.28 


3_ 


88.28* 


3309,079.90 


3,562.04* 



3 68,522.52 


3 8,923.90 


6,398.89 


1,755.94* 


4,550.23 


780.33 


1,468.83 


154.63* 


2,091.82 


237.89* 


696.26 


258.61 


3,759.40 


996.50* 


2,717.75 


4,730.13 


1,082.26 


196,39 


141.24 


45 . 87* 


2,364.92 


86.93 


215,285.78 


15,347.50 


3309,079.90 


3 35,562.04* 



Represents Red Figures. 



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NORTH CAROLINA ARMORY COMMISSION 
STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 



Year Ended June 30, 1952 

EXHIBIT "C 



APPROPRIATION: $ 100,000.00 

EXPENDITURES: 

Maintenance and Repairs to Armories $ 73,035.16 

Deeds and Land Titles. 361 .60 

Printing... 9.27 

Advertising Bids 32.35 

Travel Expense 35 . 10 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 73,473 .48 

Transferred to Reserve Account for Permanent 

Appropriations North Carolina Armory Commission. 26,526.52 

$ 100,000.00 

BALANCE JUNE 30, 1952.. $ 



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Department of Adjutant General 
Raleioh, North Carolina 

REPORT ON AUDIT 

Year Ended June 30, 1953 
General John H. Manning, Adjutant General 

INDEX 

COMMENTS: 

EXHIBIT: 

"A" Statement of State Appropriated Funds and Expenditures 



SCHEDULES: 

A-1 Statement of Departmental Receipts 

A-2 Detailed Statement of Expenditures — Maintenance Fund 

A-3 Statement of Disbursing Account 

A-4 Statement of Salaries ad Wages 

EXHIBIT: 

"B" Summary Statement of Comparative Expenditures 

"C" Statement of Appropriation and Expenditures North Carolina 

Armory Commission 
"D" Statement of North Carolina Armory Commission — Permanent 

Improvement Fund of 1951 
"E" Statement of Capital Assets North Carolina Armory Commission 



24 Report of The Adjutant General 



Department of State Auditor 

Bureau of Institutional and Departmental Auditing 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

General John H. Manning 
Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Sir: 

We have made an examination ot the accounts ond records of the 

Department of Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1953 and submit herewith our report con- 
sisting of five exhibits and four schedules which we believe to be self- 
explanatory. 

Shown on Exhibit "C" is a Statement of Appropriation and Expenditures 
of the North Carolina Armory Commission. This statement shows there was 
transferred from this fund $266,642.43 to The North Carolina Armory Com- 
mission Permanent Improvement Fund of 1951. 

Exhibit "D" shows the operations of The North Carolina Armory Commis- 
sion Permanent Improvement Fund of 1951 for the year under review. 

Exhibit "E" is a statement of the Capital Assets of The North Carolina 
Armory Commission. This statement is for the property that the State ac- 
tually had title to June 30, 1953. The Commission has other property leased. 

We inspected a representative number of Invoices, Pay rolls and other data 
supporting disbursements and found them in order. The cash balance at 
June 30, 1953 was reconciled with the Records of the State Treasurer and 
found in agreement. 

We wish to express our appreciation to the Personnel of the Department 
for the courtesies extended us during this assignment. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Henry L. Bridges, State Auditor 
Prepared By Jno. W. Ives 

Approved: 

M. L. Widenhouse, C.P.A. 
January 26, 1954 



Report of The Adjutant General 25 



STATEMENT OF STATE APPROPKIATEl) FINDS AND 
EXPENDITURES 

Year Ended June 30, 1953 

EXHIBIT "A" 

UNEXPENDED BALANCE JULY 1, 1952 $ 

1952-53 APPROPRIATION 344,604.00 

DEPARTMENTAL RECEIPTS (SCHEDULE A-1) 32,441.08 



TOTAL AVAILABILITY $ 377,045.08 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES (SCHEDULE A-2). 357,312.96 

UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF APPROPRIATION $ 19,732.12 

REPRESENTED BY: 

Unexpended Balance Reverted to States General Fund..... / 18,285.12 

Transferred to 1953-54 Maintenance.. 1,447.00 



? 19,732.12 



STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL RECEIPTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1953 

SCHEDULE A-1 

RECEIPTS: 

U. S. Treasury Reimbursements: 

Camp Butner ^ 6,228.42 

Morris Field 15,530.96 

Bluethenthal Field 9 , 759 . 96 

Wadesboro Radar Station 498.53 

Badin Radar Station.^ 241 .42 

Raleigh-Durham Army Aviation Shop... 181.79 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 32,441.08 



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detailed statement op expenditures — maintenance fund 

Year Ended June 30, 1953 

SCHEDULE A-2 

Administration: 

Salary— Adjutant General $ 8,910.00 

Salaries and Wages— Staff. 65 , 192 . 63 

Supplies and Materials 1,974.92 

Postage, Tel. and Tel...._ 2,963 .46 

Printing and Binding 1,496.40 

Repairs and Alterations 164.26 

Equipment 1,662.50 

Maintenance State Owned Autos 1 , 135 . 20 



National Guard: 

Officers Special Duty $ 6,585 .08 

Travel — Adjutant General.... 623 ..58 

Allotments to Organizations 142, 145 .82 

Commanding General, 30th Division.. 1,000.00 

Examination of Recruits 12,688.40 

Insurance and Bonding 253.43 

Association Dues 846 . 30 

State Arsenal — (Freight — Labor) 23 . 1 1 

Other Expenses 482 .48 

Travel-Checking Federal Property.... 481 .33 

Allotments to Officers and Staff Sgts 61,748.75 

Workmens Compensation... 1 8 . 50 

Armory Inspections. 5,199.51 

Federal Property Shortage 15.25 



Camp Butner: 

Salaries and Wages ? 5,744.20 

Supplies and Materials 1 ,636. 75 

Uitlities - 364.00 

Maintenance and Repairs 486.04 



Morris Field: 

Salaries and Wages $ 4,281 .02 

Supplies and Materials 4,898.09 

Communications and Shipping 1,707.56 

Sub-Contractors 1 ,200.00 

Utilities 2 , 800 . 78 

Maintenance and Repairs 6,468.50 



Bluethenthal Field: 

Salaries and Wages.. Jf 5,380.00 

Supplies and Materials 281.18 

Communications and Shipping 236.16 

Utilities 803.00 

Maintenance and Repairs 4,032.57 



$ 83,499.37 



f 232,111.54 



$ 8,230.99 



$ 21,355.95 



$ 10,732.91 



Report of The Adjutant General 27 

Wadesboro Radar Station: 

Supplies and Materials f 249.50 

Communications and Shipping 94.02 

Utilities 64.94 

Maintenance and Repairs. 295.00 



Badin Radar Station: 

Supplies and Materials $ 94.67 

Communications and Shipping 17.34 

Utilities 41.02 

Maintenance and Repairs •_ 200.00 



Raleigh-Durham Army Aviation Shop: 

Supplies and Materials $ 34.48 

Utilities 50.53 

Maintenance and Repairs 240.. 70 



703.46 



353.03 



325.71 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 357,312.96 

Transferred to 1953-54 Maintenance.__ 1,447.00 

TOTAL $ 358,759.96 



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STATEMENT OF DISBURSING ACCOUNT 

Year Ended June 30, 1953 

SCHEDULE A-3 

BALANCE JULY 1, 1952 _. _ .J 

RECEIPTS: 

From State Treasurer (Transfers from allotment account 

to Disbursing Account) _ ? 358,759.96 

TOTAL BEGINNING BALANCE AND RECEIPTS $ 358,759.96 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Expenditures (Schedule A-2) ^357,312.96 

Transferred to 1953-1954 Maintenance.,. 1 ,447 .00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ^ 358,759.96 

BOOK BALANCE JUNE 30, 1953 $ 

RECONCILIATION WITH STATE TREASURER: 

Balance State Treasurer June 30, 1953 ....$ 7,642.33 

Deposits in Transit 102 ,000 .00 

Deposit in Transit 6, 878 .92 

$ 116,521.25 
DEDUCT: Outstanding Checks 116,521 .25 

BALANCE AS ABOVE $ 



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29 



SUMMARY STATEMENT OF ( OMPARATIVE EXPENDITURES 

Fiscal Years Ended June 30, 1952 and June 30. 1953 

EXHIBIT "B" 



Fiscal Year Fiscal Year 

Ended Ended Increase 

June 30, 1953 June 30, 1952 Decrease* 



Sl'mm.'\ry By Purpose: 

Administration 3 83,499.37 3 77,033.84 $ 6,465.53 

National Guard 232,111.54 200,284.71 31,826.83 

Camp Butner 8,230.99 8,724.94 493.95* 

Morris Field 21,355.95 10,139.83 11,216.12 

Bluethenthal Field 10,732.91 9,334.54 1,398.37 

Wadesboro Radar Station 703.46 703.46 

Badin Radar Station 353.03 353.03 

Raleigh-Durham .Army Aviation Shop... 325.71 325.71 

3357,312.96 3305,517.86 3 51,795.1 



Summary By Objects: 

Salaries and Wages 3 89,507.85 

Supplies and Materials 9 , 169 . 59 

Postage, Tel. and Tel 5,018.54 

Travel Expense 1 , 104 .91 

Printing and Binding 1,496.40 

Motor Vehicle Operations 1 , 135 .20 

Lights, Water, Power 4,124.27 

Repairs and Alterations 1 1 , 887 .07 

General Expense 1 ,328.78 

Insurance and Bonding 253.43 

Equipment 1 ,662 .50 

Extraordinary 230,624.42 

3357,312.96 



3 77,446.42 


3 12,061.43 


4,642.95 


4,526.64 


5,330.56 


312.02* 


1,314.20 


209.29* 


1,853.93 


357.53* 


954.87 


180.33 


2,762.90 


1,361.37 


7,447.88 


4,439.19 


1,278.65 


50.13 


95.37 


158.06 


2,451.85 


789.35* 


199,938.28 


30,686.14 


3305,517.86 


3 51,795.10 



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NORTH CAROLINA ARMORY COMMISSION 
STATEMENT OP APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 



Year Ended June 30, 1953 

EXHIBIT "C 



1952-53 APPROPRIATION $ 100,000.00 

Transferred from 1951 Appropriation... 171,795.01 

Transferred from 1952 Appropriation 26,526.52 

$ 298,321.53 

EXPENDITURES: 

Maintenance and Repairs to Armories. $ 26,448.30 

Deeds and Land Titles 504.10 

Printing._ 640.08 

Advertising Bids 89 . 72 

Travel Expense 134 . 62 

Architects Fees 3 , 862 . 28 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES._ $ 31 ,679 . 10 

Transferred to 1951 Permanent Improvement Fund, 

N. C. Armories Comm 3266,642.43 

$ 298,321.53 

BALANCE JUNE 30, 1953 _ $ 



Report of The Adjutant General 31 



NORTH CAROLINA ARMORY COMMISSION 
PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT FUND OF 1951 

Year Ended June 30, 1953 

EXHIBIT "D' 



RECEIPTS: 
Transferred from N. C. Armory Commission 

Maintenance Year 1951 ,...., ...3171 ,795 .01 

Transferred from N. C. Armory Commission 

Maintenance Year 1952 26 , 526 . 52 

Transferred from N. C. Armory Commission 

Maintenance Year 1953 68,320.90 

$ 266,642.43 
From Treasurer of U. S , 37,498 .45 

TOTAL : $ 304,140.88 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

.A^rmory Construction — Red Springs..... 2 45,136.16 

.Armory Construction — Burlington 34 , 570 . 28 

Armory Construction — Lenoir. 30,224.70 

Armory Construction — Oxford 13 ,261 . 18 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 3 123,192.32 

UNEXPENDED BALANCE $ 180,948.56 

REPRESENTED BY: 

Unexpended Balance State Auditor's Records 3 112,627.66 

Transferred from North Carolina Armory Commission 

Maintenance Fund 68 , 320 . 90 

3 180,948.56 



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NORTH CAROLINA ARMORY COMMISSION 
STATEMENT OF CAPITAL ASSETS 

At June 30, 1953 



EXHIBIT "E" 



Location 



Unit 



Cost 



Apex... 

Asheboro 

Asheville 

Beulaville 

Burlington... 

Clinton 

Durham 

Forest City. 

Goldsboro 

Hickory. 

High Point 

Jacksonville 

Kings Mountain .. 

Lenoir 

Lincolnton 

Mocksville 

Mount Airy 

Newton 

North Wilkesboro. 

Parkton 

Raleigh 

Red Springs 

Rocky Mount 

Roxboro._ 

Scotland Neck 



N. W. Side Upchurch St. 

Hq. Co. 30th Inf. Division.__ $ 28 

N. E. Corner of Armfield and South Church Sts. 

Hq. Co. 2nd. Bn. 120th Inf. 27 

N. W. Corner of Hunt Place and Edgehill Avenue 

Ser. Co. 120th Infantry 47 

Bostic Street Btry. B., 150th AAA Gun Bn 17 

Corner Graham-Hopedale Road and Highway 

U. S. 70 Co. A. 120th Infantry._.._ 24 

Old Avenue and Underwood St. 

Hq. Co. 3rg Bn. 119th Inf 31 

Fifth Avenue West of 2nd St. 

Hq. Co. 1st. Bn. 119th Inf. 30 

E. Side Trade St. Just South of Wingo St. 

Btry. A., 112th F. A. Bn...._ .. 26 

North Side of Beech St. Between Jefferson 

and Madison Streets Co. L. 119th Infantry 24 

N. W. Corner E. Tenth and No. Hill Streets 

Co. H. 120th Infantry._..__ 34 

S. E. Corner Ward and Silk Streets 

Serv. Btry. 540th F. A. Bn...._ 29 

N. W. Corner U. S. 24 and Old New Bern Road 

Serv. Btry. 690th F. A. Bn.._ 27 

N. W. Corner of Mountain St. and Phifer Road 

Hq. Co. 3rd. Bn. 120th Inf..„. ... 24 

S. Side Kenwood Circle Extension West 

^ Hq Btry. 112th F. A Bn 27 

E. Side of Highway U. S. 321 on Boundary 

of Town Limit Co. A. 378th Engr. Bn 24 

S. W. Corner of Popular and Railroad Streets 

Med. Co. 120th Infantry 30 

Veterans Memorial Park on Highway U. S. 52 

Hq. Co. 1st. Bn. 120th Inf. 28 

S. Side of E. A. Street and C. &. N. W. 

Railroad Tracks, Co. I 120th Infantry. 27 

N. Side Unnamed Road Leading to Highwav 

N. C. 115, South of Yadkin River Bridge " 

Btry C. 112th F. A. Bn...... 28 

On Road fron Parkton to Highway U. S. 301 

Heavy Tank Co. 119th Inf $ 15 

East Side of Dale St. on Old state Lab. of 

Hygiene Property State Hq. & Hq. Detachment 29 
Corner 2nd. Avenue and Wagram Road 

Hq. Btry. 130th A. A. A. A. W. Bn 27 

Corner Walnut and Howell Streets 

Co. G. 119th Infantry _. 26 

W. Side of Long Ave. and North of High School 

Dr. Btry. C. 113th F. A. Bn 28 

House Ave. Near the Hospital 

Co. H. 119th Infantry 26 



Report of The Adjutant General 33 



Location Un it Cost 



Southern Pines N. Side of Southern Ave. or Old Pinehurst Road 

Btrv. D. 130th A. A. A. A. W. Bn 30,075 .00 

Spindale _ N. Side of Highway U. S. 74 and Hill Street 

Btry. D. 112th F. A. Bn 28,925.00 

Statesville _ N. W. Corner Hertness Rd. and Pump Station Rd. 

Co. C. 378th Engr. Bn.._.._ 23 , 300 .00 

Tarboro N. E. Corner Walnut and Panola Streets 

Co. F. 119th Infantry 29,029.00 

Wallace Westbrook Street 

Btry. B. 150th A. A. A. Gun Bn 16,970.00 

Warsaw Chancey Street Co. M. 119th Infantry 28,459.00 

Wilson 405 E. Gold Street 

Med Co. 119th Infantry 

Hq. Co. 2nd. Bn. 119th Infantry 9,895.00 

Youngsvilie N. W' Corner Persimmon Tree St. and Cross St. 

Ser. Btry. 113th F. A. Bn _ 31,700.00 

High Point 2110 English Street 

Hq. and Hq. Btry. 540 F. A. Bn. 

^ Btry A. 540th F. A. Bn 65,000.00 

Morganton S. W. Corner McDowell and College Streets 

Co. L. 120th Infantry 65 ,000 .00 

New Bern N. W. Corner George and Queen Streets 

Hq. Btry. and Btry. B. 690th F. A. Bn 65,000.00 

Parkton Road from Parkton to Highway U. S. 301 

Tank Co. 1 19th Infantry 65 ,000 .00 

Salisbury 1000 N. Jackson Street Co. G. 120th Infantry.... 65,000.00 

Washington...__ East Main Street Btry. A. 690th F. A. Bn 65 ,000.00 

Whiteville Wyche Street 

Hq. and Hq. Btry. 725th A. A. A. A. W. Bn... 65,000.00 

Wilson 405 E. Gold Street 

Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. and Med. Co. 119th Infantry.. 65,000.00 

Greenville S. W. Corner Evans and Second St. 

Btry C. 690th F. A. Bn.._ 65 ,000 .00 

TOTAL.... 31,480,156.45 



REPORT OF U. S. PROPERTY AND FISCAL OFFICER 



SUBJECT: Report of U.S. Property and Fiscal Officer for North Carolina 

TO: The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

1. Report of the United States Property and Fiscal Officer for the period 
1 January 1953 to 31 December 1954 is hereby submitted. 

2. During the period covered by this report, this office performed the fol- 
lowing functions required by law and regulations : 

a. Maintained accountable property records for all technical services 
property received, issued and returned to Department of the Army and De- 
partment of the Air Force. The system for maintaining these records for 
Army National Guard was changed from manual posting to machine posting 
5 October 1953. 

b. Requisitioned and issued to units all Army and Air Force property 
which was required and which was available. Shipped back to Army and 
Air Installations such property which became surplus to requirements of 
units. During the years 1953 and 1954 units determined that large quantities 
of property on hand were not necessary nor required for proper training of 
the unit, therefore, Commanders turned in this property to U.S. Property 
and Fiscal Officer and it was necessary to return same to active Army. 

c. Performed duties of Transportation Officer for North Carolina Army 
and Air National Guard. 

d. Performed duties as Purchasing and Contracting Officer where Fed- 
eral Funds were involved. 

e. Performed all duties as Budget and Fiscal Officer, Army and Air 
National Guard, for expenditures of Federal Funds. 

f. Drew all Federal Property for housekeeping and property requested 
and made available for training, at Field Training Camps and re-issued same 
to using organizations. 

g. Maintained leave records of and prepared vouchers for salary pay- 
ments for all employees paid with Federal Funds, of the North Carolina 
Army and Air National Guard. 

h. Performed for the Adjutant General other duties pertaining to the 
operation of the National Guard. 

3. During the calendar years 1953 and 1954 the following units which were 
either organized or reorganized, were equipped: 

ARMY 

Unit Location Recognized 



382 Sig. Det - Wilmington, N. C 9 Apr. 1953 

Btry. B. 295th FA Bn Kinston, N. C 20 Apr. 1953 

Hq. Hq. Btry. 295th FA Bn..„ Washington, N. C 20 Apr. 1953 

Co. C. 167th MP Bn Ahoskie, N. C 14 Sept. 1953 

(Later converted to Tank Co. 119th Inf. Rgt.) 



Report of The Adjutant General 35 

Unit Location Recognized 



Btry. A. 29Sth FA Bn Beaufort, N. C 16 Nov. 1953 

(Later converted to A, 690th FA Bn.) 

Service Btry. 29Sth FA Bn..__ Morehead City, N. C 13 Sept. 1953 

(Later converted to Btry. C. 690th FA Bn.) 

Btry. C. 295th FA Bn...._ Smithfield, N. C 7 Dec. 1953 

(Later converted to Btry. C, 113th FA Bn.) 

403rd Ord. Det Wilmington, N. C 31 Aug. 1954 

The following Units were reorganized under Public Law 461 as NGUS Units: 

Btry. A, 449th FA Bn Granite Falls, N. C 1 Sept. 1953 

(Late converted to A 112th FA Bn.) 

Hq. Hq. Btry. 449th FA Bn.._ Charlotte, N. C.._- 9 Mar. 1953 

Batry. B. 449th FA Bn Mooresville, N. C— 16 Mar. 1953 

Btry. C, 449th FA Bn Monroe, N. C 10 Mar. 1953 

Service Btry. 540th FA Bn High Point, N. C 1 June 1953 

Btry. B. 540th FA Bn Thomasville, N. C....: 11 May 1953 

Btry. C, 540th FA Bn Siler City, N. C 4 Mar. 1954 

Hq. Hq. Btry. 690th FA Bn..__ New Bern, N. C 26 Jan. 1953 

Service Btry. 690th FA Bn..„_ Jacksonville, N. C 27 Jan. 1953 

Btry. A, 690th FA Bn Washington, N. C 29 Jan. 1953 

(Later converted to A, 295th FA Bn.) 

Btry. B, 690th FA Bn New Bern, N. C 26 Jan. 1953 

Btry. C, 690th FA Bn Greenville, N. C 28 Jan. 1953 

(Later converted to C 295th FA Bn.) 

The Following Units were returned to the State from Federal Service and 
reorganized : 

Unit Location Recognized 



Hq. Hq. Btry. 150th AAA Bn Wilmington, N. C...._ 25 Mar. 1953 

Med. Det., 150th AAA Bn Wilmington, N. C 25 Mar. 1953 

Btry. A, 150th AAA Bn Mt. Olive, N. C 21 July 1953 

Btry. B, 150th AAA Bn BeulaviUe, N. C 25 Mar. 1953 

Btry. C, 150th AAA Bn Williamston, N. C.._ 25 Mar. 1953 

Btry. D, 150th AAA Bn Wallace, N. C 25 Mar. 1953 

The following Air Units were organized during 1953 and 1954: 

Unit Location Recognized 



Hq. 123rd Air Base Group._ Charlotte, N. C. 4 Jan. 1954 

156th Tactical Forecasting Flight Charlotte, N. C 16 Jan. 1953 



4 Construction 100% Federal Funds: 

During the Calendar Years 1953 and 1954 contracts were entered into for 
the following projects: 

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD 

Project Location Cost 

Hangar Repairs (Heating). .._ Raleigh-Durham Airport... $ 1,846.00 

Insulation of Hangar Raleigh-Durham Airport. .. 4,279.00 

Service Center, Construction of. Ahoskie 23,975.00 



36 Report of The Adjutant General 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

Project Location Cost 



Recondition Aqua System. Morris Field $ 11,498.78 

Construction Crash Truck Station Morris Field 14,610.00 

Fence, Construction of. Morris Field 2,072.00 

Additions to 263rd Comm. Sq. Armory Wadesboro 24,000.00 

Contracts were let for construction of seventeen new armories in the State 
during the calendar years 1953 and 1954 at a total cost of $1,648,235.50. 
Seventy-five per cent of the total cost ($1,236,176.63) was chargeable to fed- 
eral funds. 

5. Service Contracts 

The Federal Government entered into Service Contracts with the Adjutant 
General's Department, State of North Carolina, for the support of the fol- 
lowing installations: 

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD 

M aximum 
Fed. Gvt. 
Location Activity Support 



Raleigh-Durham Air Port ..- Aviation Section Hq. Co. 

30th Div $ 1,035.00 

Butner, N. C — USP&FO Warehouse & 

State Maint. Shop.... 15 ,000.00 

Bluethenthal Field.__ AAA Units, Wilmington, 

N. C 8,058.00 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

Morris Field , Charlotte, N. C ANG Facilities $ 27,000.00 

Badin, N. C. _ -. 263rd Comm. Sqd 1,500.00 

Wadesboro, N. C 263rd Comm. Sqd 1 ,500.00 

These projects are supported on a pro rata basis, the Federal Government 
bearing 75 per cent of the cost and the State paying 25 per cent of the cost 
of the operation. The State makes the disbursement for the support of the 
installations and is reimbursed in the amount of 75 per cent up to the max- 
imum amount for each project as indicated in the above tables. 

6. The following facts are of interest and will show the amount of funds 
expended by the Federal Government in support of the North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard: 

ARMY NATIONAL GUUARD 

Expenditures of Federal Funds for Fiscal Year Ending 30 June 1953 

Maintenance and Operation of NC NG Units $ 58,932.80 

Pay of Civilian Personnel...- 864,893 .63 

Operation of Other Facilities 23,314,09 

(Including Service Contracts which are financed 75% by the 

Federal Government and 25% by the State) 

Field Training Expenses.__ 635 , 388 .66 



Report of The Adjutant General 37 

Unit Staff Schools ... 17 , 374 . 86 

Inactive Duty Training 160,749. 13 

Uniform Allowance to Officers 85,000.00 

Army Service School, Pay, Allowances, and Travel 184,909.35 

$ 2,030,562.52 

Expenditures of Federal Funds for Fiscal Year Ended 30 June 1954 

Maintenance and Operation of NCNG Units $ 82,232.55 

Pay of Civilian Personnel. 1,041,223.30 

Operation of Other Facilities 33 ,053 .28 

(Including Service Contracts which are financed 75% by the 

Federal Government and 25% by the State) 

Field Training E.xpenses._ 266,427. 13 

Unit Staff Schools 24 , 323 . 33 

Inactive Duty Training 16,766. 14 

Uniform Allowances to Officers 24,700.00 

Army Service Schools, Pay, Allowances and Travel 212,579.12 

$ 1,701,304.85 

The above tabulation does not include expenditures for the forty-eight (48) paid Armory 
Drills. 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

Expenditures of Federal Funds for Fiscal Year Ended 30 June 1953 

Construction.,... $ 14,610.00 

Distribution of Material 2,013.20 

Schools and Training 5 ,739.56 

Pay of Civilian Personnel .„ 185,598.58 

Maintenance and Operation of ANG Units 22,891 .42 

Air Combat Maneuvers 981 .72 

Major Repairs and Minor Construction S3 ,630.01 



5? 285,464.49 



Expenditures of Federal Funds for Fiscal Year Ending 30 June 1954 

Distribution of Material..., 4,932.21 

Pay of Civilian Personnel _ 288 ,466 . 78 

Maintenance and Operation of ANG Units .— 42,055 .30 

Air Combat Maneuvers 73 ,511 .32 

Major Repair and Minor Construction 2,072.00 

Schools and Training 26,486.36 

Construction.. 2,453 .41 



$ 439,977.38 



The above tabulation does not include expenditures for the forty-eight (48) paid Armory 
Drills. 

Total Federal Funds expended Fiscal Years 1953-54 . $ 4,457,309.24 

The following tabulation is made in order to show the amount of detail required to per- 
form the duties incident to the operation of this Office. 

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD 

Requisitions forwarded to Depots and higher Headquarters for Supply, 

Fiscal Year 1953 . -. 782 

Requisitions forwarded to Depots and higher Headquarters for Supply, 

Fiscal Year 1954... . 692 



38 Report of The Adjutant General 

Reports of Survey processed and forwarded to Higher Headquarters, 

Fiscal Year 1953 61 

Reports of Survey processed and forwarded to Higher Headquarters, 

Fiscal Year 1954 56 

Number of Bills of Lading issued. Fiscal Year 1953 40S 

Number of Bills of Lading issued, Fiscal Year 1954 322 

Number of Transportation Requests issued. Fiscal Year 1953 614 

Number of Transportation Requests issued. Fiscal Year 1954 .-. 297 

Number of Certificates of Droppage processed. Fiscal Year 1953 242 

Number of Certificates of Droppage processed. Fiscal Year 1954 290 

Number of Purchase and Delivery Orders issued, Fiscal Year 1953 1342 

Number of Purchase and Delivery Orders issued, Fiscal Year 1954 1266 

Vouchers processed and forwarded to Finance Office for payment. 

Fiscal Year 1953 3164 

Vouchers processed and forwarded to Finance Office for payment, 

Fiscal Year 1954 -. 2943 

Number of Property Vouchers processed. Fiscal Year 1953 13,963 

(of this number 502 were Dept. of Army Form 18 
indicating collection for lost property) 
Number of property Vouchers processed. Fiscal Year 1954._ 16 , 898 

(Of this number 529 were Dept. of the Army NGB Forms 18 

indicating collection for lost property) 

AIR NATIONAL GUARD 

Number of Property Vouchers processed, Fiscal Year 1953 6,700 

Number of Property Vouchers processed, Fiscal Year 1954. — 13,677 

Number of Requisitions forwarded to Depots, Fiscal Year 1953 3,538 

Number of Requisitions forwarded to Depots, Fiscal Year 1954 3,566 

Initially accountable records for all property issued to the Air National Guard 
were maintained in this office at Raleigh, N. C. Also the Base Supply Officer 
Morris Field maintained a similar set of records. In order to simplify pro- 
cedure the National Guard Bureau authorized the decentralization of property 
records, all accountable records being maintained by the Base Supply Officer 
who was appointed Assistant to the U. S. Property and Fiscal Officer. This 
method was made effective 1 July 1954. At this time all accountable property 
records are maintained by Lt. Col. Sidney L. Jetton, Base Supply Officer, Air 
National Guard, Morris Field, North Carolina. Lt. Col. Jetton is an efficient 
officer and maintains a fine set of records. 

7. During the period covered by this report unit commanders continued to 
turn in to the U. S. Property and Fiscal Office warehouse surplus property 
which they had on hand over and above their needs for training and opera- 
tion. In some cases units determined that if they used less property for train- 
ing it could be maintained with less effort, therefore, they desired to turn in 
all items that were not absolutely essential for training. The reorganization 
of the 30th Infantry Division with all units in North Carolina on 28 October 
1954 made many turn-ins and transfers of property necessary. Large quan- 
tities of surplus property has been turned back to Army and Air Force Depots. 

8. Following is a list of personnel occupying key positions or positions as 
Head of Sections in this office: 

Administrative Asst. Mr. John A. Jones 

Supply Officer Maj. Richard G. York 

Field Auditor and Inspector Capt. Hugh P. MassenglU 

Traffic Manager Capt. Walter C. Lewis 



Report of The Adjutant General 39 

Budget and Fiscal Officer Capt. Graydon C. Liles 

Purchasing and Contracting clerk Maj. Eugene E. Greene 

Clerk Technical Supply Lt. Thomas E. Carter 

Supv. USP & FO Warehouse Capt. Robert J. Wilkins 

Supv. USP & FO Con. Site Lt. James E. Fletcher 

9. In accordance with the National Defense Act and the regulations pub- 
lished by the National Guard Bureau, this office was inspected by the In- 
spector General, Third Army, as follows: 

23-26 March 1953 Colonel John D. Salman, I.G. 

Rating received — a. Office USP & FO, Raleigh "Superior" 

b. USP & FO Warehouse, Butner "Excellent" 

c. Equipment Concentration Site Butner "Excellent" 

d. General Rating "Excellent" 

27-28 April 1954 Colonel Benjamin W. Yowell, I.G. 

Rating awarded "Excellent" 

It is believed that in both years the rating might have been better had there 
been available for use at Butner, North Carolina, a suitable building for the 
storage of paints and oil. 

10. Department of the Army Bulletin No. 6, 1954, publishes the Congres- 
sional Act which changes the title of this Officer to U.S. Property and Fiscal 
Officer. 

11. Cooperation on the part of the Adjutant General of this State, Army 
Advisors, Oragnization Commanders, and other individual Officers and men 
has made it possible for this Office to satisfactorily discharge the duties 
assigned and has made the work a real pleasure. In the operation of this 
Office for the period covered by this Report, I desire to acknowledge the con- 
tribution made and fine assistance rendered by each employee of this Office. 
Without their untiring work and efforts, the work could not have been done in 
an acceptable manner. 

M. H. Austell 

Colonel, N.G.B. 

U.S. Property and Fiscal Officer for 

North Carolina 



MEMORANDUM 

State of North CarolIiXa 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

13 January 1955 

Memorandum to : Governor Hodges 

From: The Adjutant General 

In re: Hurricane Hazel and the North Carolina National Guard 

On 1 October 1954 The Adjutant General's Department published and dis- 
tributed to all headquarters and units of the North Carolina National Guard 
Circular No. 19, Mobilization and Alert Plan. This plan gave detailed in- 
structions for mobilization for a White Alert and for a Blue Alert. 

When Hurricane Hazel struck and authority was received from the Gov- 
ernor to order certain National Guard units into the service of the State, 
only a brief message was necessary to be transmitted to the unit commanders. 
A typical message was: "By direction of the Governor. Company C, 725th 
AAA Bn, is ordered into the active service of the State immediately. Blue 
Alert Plan, Circular No. 19, is operational. Report to Colonel Corbett, Bleu- 
thenthal Field, Wilmington, with your command without delay for further 
orders." 

So much destruction was wrought along our beaches that the Governor 
was requested to call into State service eleven (11) units of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard to aid civil authorities in the protection of property, to 
evacuate civilians, and to maintain law and order. 

The first request was made from Wilmington, and Colonel Kenneth M. 
Corbett, Commanding 252nd Antiaircraft Artillery Group, was communicated 
with at 11:05 a.m. on Friday, 15 October 1954, and he, together with two 
members of his staff, the Headquarters Battery, 252nd Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion, Headquarters Battery, 150th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion, and 
Company I, 119th Infantry, were ordered into the active service of the State. 

On the same date, Service Battery, 690th Field Artillery Battalion at Jack- 
sonville and Battery A, 295th Field Artillery Battalion at Beaufort, were or- 
dered into the active service of the State. 

On Saturday, 16 October 1954, Battery C, 725th Antiaircraft Artillery Bat- 
talion at Bladenboro, Battery D, 150th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion at 
Wallace, Major John C. Maultsby and two officers from the Headquarters. 
725th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion, Whiteville, Headquarters Battery. 
725th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion at Whiteville, and Battery A, 725th 
Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion at Shallotte were ordered into the active 
service of the State. 

On 18 October 1954 Battery A, 690th Field Artillery Battalion at Washing- 
ton and Company M, 119th Infantry at Warsaw, were ordered into the active 
service of the State. 



Report of The Adjutant General 41 

The Service Battery. 690th Field Artillery Battalion, assisted the civil 
authorities in the Jacksonville area, Battery A, 295th Field Artillery Bat- 
talion, assisted the civil authorities in the Atlantic Beach-Morehead City- 
Beaufort area, and Battery A, 690th Field Artillery Battalion, assisted the 
civil authorities in the Washington area. All other units operated under 
the command of Colonel Corbett and assisted the civil authorities at Holden 
and Long Beaches in Brunswick County, at Kure, Wilmington, Carolina, and 
Wrightsville Beaches in New Hanover County, and at Topsail Beach in Pender 
County. 

No. Days Active 
Un it Service Total Man Days 



Hq. Hq. Btrv., 252nd AAA Group. 10 668 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Bn 7 320 

Company I, 119th Infantry 10 571 

Svc. Btry., 690th FA Bn 3 43 

Btry. A., 295th FA Bn , 10 307 

Hq.Hq. Btrv., 725th AAA Bn 7 341 

Btrv. C, 725th AAA Bn _ 7 534 

Btry. D, 150th AAA Bn 9 584 

Btrv. A, 725th AAA Bn 10 453 

Btry. A, 690th FA Bn _ 3 137 

Company M, 119th Infantry 7 504 

Aggregate 83 4,462 

After 11:15 a.m., 15 October 1954, all communications with the Wilmington, 
Jacksonville, Morehead City, Beaufort, and Washington areas were out, but 
limited communication was available through the State Highway Patrol 
radio net. The National Guard set up an emergency radio net and its Raleigh 
radio could communicate with Clinton, Wilson, and Durham. 

National Guard units responded promptly to orders, carried out their mis- 
sions without delay, rendered valuable service in aiding civil authorities in 
protecting property, evacuating personnel, and maintaining law and order. 
Many letters of appreciation were received. 

Upon being relieved, units returned promptly to their home stations. The 
mission was accomplished without incident, accident, or injury to personnel 
except two very slight personnel injuries. The manner of performance indi- 
cated a high state of morale, efficiency, loyalty, and the desire to render 
service in this disaster. 

Lessons learned and suggestions for future possible disasters: 

1. Evacuation plans should be formulated by the governing authorities of 
the beach areas which are occupied the year round, and for the beach 
areas occupied during the summer season. While the normal hurricane 
season is in September and October, weather conditions are changing 
the world over, and sound planning should take these changes into con- 
sideration. 

2. In disasters of this nature, commercial communications are unable to 
withstand the shock of hurricane winds and water. Communications are 
essential, and planning should include a radio net with independent 
power units which will operate when commercial communications and 
commercial electric power are not available. 

John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Afljvtavt General 



42 



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ANNUAL ARMORY INSPECTIONS 



Unit 



Rating 
Fiscal 
Year 
1954 



Hq. & Hq. Detachment, NCNG Excellent 

217th AAA Det., NCNG Excellent 

30th Inf. Div., NCNG Excellent 

Med. Det., 30th Inf. Div., NCNG- Excellent 

Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div., (Less Sep. Det.), NCNG 

(Hq. Btry., 505th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Sep. Det., Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div. (Lt. Avn. Sec.) Excellent 

30th Signal Co., NCNG Excellent 

30th MP Co., NCNG 

(Btry. A, 505th FA Bn., NCNG)- Excellent 

30th QM Co., NCNG._ 

(Btry. B, 505th FA Bn., NCNG).-_ Excellent 

30th Recon. Co., NCNG 

(Btry. C, 130th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. & Svc. Co., 130th Tank Bn., NCNG- 

(Hq. Btry., 130th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. A, 130th Tank Bn. NCNG. 

(Batry. A, 130th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. B, 130th Tank Bn., NCNG 

(Btry. B, 130th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. D, 130th Tank Bn., NCNG 

(Btry. D, 130th AAA Bn.,NCNG)— Excellent 

Hq. Det., 730th Orel. Bn., NCNG 

(Btry. C, 505th FA Bn., NCNG)- Excellent 

Co. A, 730th Ord. Bn., NCNG 

(Svc. Btry., 505th FA Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Co. B, 730th Ord. Bn., NCNG 

(3624th Ord. Co., NCNG)- Excellent 

30th Division Band, NCNG 

(94th Army Band, NCNG) Superior 

Hq. Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. G, 119th Inf., NCNG)-_ Excellent 

Svc. Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG— Superior 

Hv. Mortar Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Tank Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG-_ 

(Co. C, 167th MP Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Med. Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG- Excellent 

Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Hq. Co., 167th MP Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. A, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. A, 167th MP Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. B, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. B, 167th MP Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. C, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. E, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. D, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG '. 

(Co. H, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. Co. 2nd Bn., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Superior 

Co. E, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. L, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Superior 

Co. F, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Co. I, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 



Rating 

Fiscal 

Year 

1955 

Superior 

Excellent 

Superior 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Superior 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Superior 

Superior 

Excellent 

Superior 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 
Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Superior 
Superior 

Excellent 
Excellent 
Excellent 



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48 



Unit 



Rating 

Fiscal 

Year 

1954 



Rating 
Fiscal 
Year 
1955 



Co. M, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Hq. Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. L, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Svc. Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG...- Excellent 

Hv. Mortar Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Btry. A, 112th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Tank Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG._ Excellent 

Med Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG Satisfactory 

Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Co. B, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Co. C, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. G, 120th Inf: Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. D, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG.__ Excellent 

Co. E, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG Superior 

Co. F, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. K, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. G, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. I, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. H, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG..._ Excellent 

Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG .•. Excellent 

Co. K, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG..._ 

(Co. M, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. M, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Btry. B, 112th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. Co., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Hq. Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Svc. Co., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. D, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Hv. Mortar Co., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Hv. Mortar Co., 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Tank Co., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Tank Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Med Co., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Hq. Co., 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG „ 

(Hq. Co., 1st Bn. 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Co. A, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. A, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Excellent 

Co. B, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. B, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG Superior 

Co. C, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. C, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. D, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG.-„ 

(Btry. C, 113th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG._ „ 

(Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 120th Inf. Regt , NCNG) Excellent 

Co. E, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. A, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 

Co. F, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. F, 120th In f. Regt., NCNG) Superior 

Co. G, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. C, 120th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Co. I, 139th Inf. Regt.. NCNG 

(Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div. (Less Sep. Det.), NCNG Excellent 

Co. M, 139th Inf. Regt., NCNG 

(Co. K, 119th Inf. Regt., NCNG) Excellent 



Excellent 
Superior 

Excellent 
Excellent 

Excellent 

Satisfactory 

Excellent 

Satisfactory 

Excellent 

Excelletn 

Superior 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 
Excellent 
Excellent 

Superior 

Excellent 

Satisfactory 

Superior 

Excellent 

Satisfactory 

Excellent 

Superior 

Superior 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Superior 

Excellent 

Excellent 

Excellent 



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Unit 



Rating 
Fiscal 
Year 
1954 



Rating 
Fiscal 
Year 
1955 



Hq. Btry., 30th Div. Arty., NCNG Excellent 

(Hq. Btry., 252nd FA Gp., NCNG) Excellent 

Med. Det., 30th Div. Arty., NCNG Satisfactorv 

(Med. Det., 505th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 112th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btry. A, 112th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent 

Btry. B, 112th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent 

(Svc. Btry., 112th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Btry. C, 112th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 113th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Svc. Btry., 113th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btry. A, 113th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btry. B, 113th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btrv. C, 113th FA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory 

Hq. Btry., 540th FA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory Excellent " 

Svc. Btry., 540th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btry. A, 540th FA Bn., NCNG.... Satisfactory Excellent 

Btry. B, 540th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btry. C, 540th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 690th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Svc. Btry., 690th FA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory Satisfactory 

Btry. A, 690th FA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory 

Btry. B, 690th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Satisfactory 

Hq. Btry. 130th AAA Bn., (AW) (SP). NCNG Excellent " 

(Hq. Btry., 725th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Btry. A, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) (SP), NCNG Excellent 

(Btry. A, 725th AAA Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Btry. B, 130th AAA Bn., (AW) (SP), NCNG Excellent 

(Btry. B, 725th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Btry. C, 130th AAA Bn., (AW) (SP). NCNG Excellent 

(Btry. C, 725th AAA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Btry. D, 130th AAA Bn., (AW) (SP), NCNG Excellent 

(Btry. D, 725th AAA Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Hq. & Svc. Co , 105th Engr. Bn., NCNG Satisfactory 

(Hq. & Svc. Co., 378th Engr. Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Co. A, 105th Engr. Bn., NCNG Excellent 

(Co. A, 378th Engr. Bn., NCNG)... Satisfactory 

Co. B, 105th Engr. Bn., NCNG Satisfactory 

(Co. B, 378th Engr. Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Co. C, 105th Engr. Bn., NCNG Excellent 

(Co. C, 378th Engr. Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Hq. Btry., IV Corps Arty., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 449th FA Bn., (NGUS) Excellent Satisfactory 

Btry. B, 449th FA Bn., (NGUS) Excellent " 

Batrv. C, 449th FA Bn., (NGUS) Satisfactory Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 196th FA Gp., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 295th FA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory Satisfactory 

Btry. A, 295th FA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory 

(Btry. A, 690th FA Bn., NCNG) Satisfactory 

Btry. B, 295th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Btry. C, 295th FA Bn., NCNG Excellent 

(Btry. C, 690th FA Bn., NCNG) Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 252nd AAA Gp., NCNG Excellent Superior 

121st AAA Det., NCNG Excellent Excellent 



Report of The Adjutant General 



45 



['nit 



Rutin i;^ 


Rating 


fiscal 


Fiscal 


Year 


Year 


1954 


1955 



123rcl Sipnal Det., NCNG Kxcellent Excellent 

382nd Signal Det., NCNG Excellent Excellent 

Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory Excellent 

Med. Det., 150th AAA Bn., NCNG Unsatisfactory Satisfactory 

Batry. A, 150th AAA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory 

Btry. B, 150th AAA Bn., NCNG Satisfactory Excellent ' 

Btry. C, 150th AAA Bn., NCNG._ Unsatisfactory Satisfactory 

Btry. D, I50th AAA Bn., NCNG Excellent Excellent 



1953— GENERAL ORDERS 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 1 



5 January 1953 



Reorganization and Redesignation of Signal Radar Maintenance Unit 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — General Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of Na- 
tional Guard Signal Radar Maintenance Units," dated 8 December 1952, the 
123rd Signal Radar Maintenance Unit, Type C, North Carolina National 
Guard, is hereby redesignated and reorganized in accordance with T/O&E 
indicated below, effective 1 February 1953. Maximum total organizational 
strength is as listed in Column 7 of appropriate T/O&E: 



Old Designation 



123rd Signal RadarMaintenance 
Unit, Type C 



T/O'i^E y Date 
11-500A 1 July 52 





T/O'i^E y Date 


Unit Structure 


New Designation 


Orgn. 

Column 7 
Sec. II 
Paris 
Page 32 


Equip. 


123rd Signal Detachment (Radar 
Maintenance Unit, Type C) 


11-500A 1 July 52 


Column 4 
Sec. Ill 
Par 15 
Page 71 



2. The provisions of NGB Circular No. 22, dated 24 September 1948, apply 
to this organization. 

3. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 



By Order of the Governor: 



OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



Report of The Adjutant General 47 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 5 January 1953 

No. 2 

Reorganization of 94tli Army Band, X("NG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4, General, Subject: "Reorganization of National Guard Army 
Bands," dated 29 December 1952, the following unit of the North Carolina 
National Guard is hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E indicated 
below, effective 1 February 1953. Maximum organizational strength is as listed 
in Column 7 of appropriate T/O&E: 

T/013E y Date Unit Structure 



Unit No. Date Orgn. Equip. 



94th Army Band 12-107 15 May 52 Column 7 Column 5 

Sec. II Sec.III 

Pages Pages 

5 & 6 9-11 

2. The provisions of NGB Circular No. 22, dated 24 September 1948, apply 
to this reorganization. 

3. The number of grades for each MOS, as shown in columns 16 through 
21, inclusive (Section II, Organization), are authorized provided the total 
enlisted strength does not exceed the total shown in column 7. Personnel 
rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by the provisions 
of paragraph 6, NGR 15 and paragraph 20, NGR 130. 

4. Since the T/O&E referred to above includes a Section III (Equipment) 
and such Section contains a full strength allowance column (column 4) and 
a reduced strength allowance column (column 5), National Guard Reduction 
Tables now being followed (for equipment only) will no longer be required 
nor be in effect on and after the date of reorganization. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



48 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 9 January 1953 

No. 3 

Activation of Xorth Carolina Air National Guard Unit 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter. Departments of the Army and 
the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, file: NG-AFOTP, subject: "Allotment 
of Air National Guard Weather Unit," dated 22 December 1952, the activation 
of the 156th Tactical Forecasting Station is hereby announced, effective 16 
January 1953. 

2. The 156th Tactical Forecasting Station, North Carolina Air National 
Guard, will be organized in accordance with T/O listed below: 

T/0 Date Section & Modification 0/ Jmn 



1-1723 1 Jan. 1952 1 x Part IICC 5 10 

Station assignment: Morris Field, Charlotte, North Carolina 

3. The 156th Tactical Forecasting Station will be presented for inspection 
for Federal recognition according to the procedures contained in ANGR 20-38, 
dated 31 May 1951. Minimum strength for Federal recognition and for main- 
taining continued Federal recognition will be computed by utilizing percent- 
ages listed in strength table attachment to ANGL 35-OlA, dated 11 August 
1952. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxtox The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 9 January 1953 

No. 4 

Orjiaiiization of 690th FA Bn (XGUS) NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau NGB Form 
5, 17 December 1952, the following units North Carolina National Guard 
are organized effective 23 January PJ-IS as National Guard Units under Public 
Law 461, 82nd Congress, under T/O&Bs, home station and strength require- 
ments as indicated: 



Report of The Adjutant General 



49 



Unit Designation 


Applicable T/0 b-- E 


Maximum 

Authorized 
St re n fit h 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Off & Wo 


EM 


Off&lVo 


EM 


Hq. & Hq. Batterv, 690th Field 

Artillery Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: New Bern, N. C. 


6-136 15 May 52 


9 


31 


3 


3 


Battery A, 690th Field Artillery 

Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: Washington, N. C. 


6-137 15 May 52 


3 


34 


1 


4 


Battery B, 690th Field Artillery 
^ Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: New Bern, N. C. 


6-137 15 May 52 


3 


34 


1 


4 , 


Battery C, 690th Field Artillery 

Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: Greenville, N. C. 


• 
6-137 15 May 52 


3 


34 


1 


4 


Service Battery, 690th Field 
^ Artillery Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: Jacksonville, N. C. 


6-139 15 May 52 


3 


19 


1 


2 



2. Units will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer : 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thom.vs B. Longest 
Militnr-g Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



Joiix H. Maxxixg 

Major General 

T7ie Adjutant General 



50 



Report of The Adjutant General 



General Orders 
No. 5 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



Attachment of Unit 



15 January 1953 



Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15, 
15 May 1952, the 690th Field Artillery Battalion (NGUS), North Carolina 
National Guard, is attached to 196th Field Artillery Group, North Carolina" 
National Guard, effective 26 January W53. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleioh 



General Orders 
No. 6 



23 January 1953 



1. Pursuant to authority contained in TWX Message BU 6583 NG AROTO, 
Chief, National Guard Bureau, 19 January 1953, so much of Par. 1, General 
Orders No. 4, this Department, 9 January 1953, as pertains to units listed 
below is RESCINDED and the following substituted in lieu thereof: 



Unit Designation 


Applicable T/O^E 


Maximum 

Authorized 

Strength 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Off l^ Wo 


EM 


Off i!^ Wo 


EM 


Battery C, 690th Field ArtHlery 

Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: Greenville, N. C. 


6-137 15 May 52 


3 


67 


1 


4 


Service Battery, 690rh Field 

Artillery Battalion (NGUS) 
Station: Jacksonville, N. C. 


6-139 IS May 52 


3 


37 


1 


2 



Report of The Adjutant General 51 

2. Increase in strength is to provide additional spaces for personnel return- 
ing from active duty. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Cabolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 30 January 1953 

No. 7 

1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations 48, 30 October 1950, Annual 
Armory Inspections of the following North Carolina National Guard units 
will be conducted by officers of the Regular Army detailed by the Com- 
manding General, Third Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 

Unit Location Date Inspector 



Hq. & Hq. Detachment, NCNG....... Raleigh, N. C. 23 Mar. 53 Col. Salmon 

Hq. 30th Infantry Division (In Part) Raleigh, N. C. 24 Mar. 53 Col. Salmon 

USP & DO of North Carolina.^ Raleigh, N. C. 25-27 Mar. 53 Col. Salmon 

2. Armory inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The organizational commander, first sergeant, caretaker, supply 
sergeant and administrative assistant will be present at the armory at the 
time designated for the administrative inspection. There will also be an 
inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organization and 
the adequacy of equipment. The time devoted to the training inspection 
should not exceed the time required in a normal armory drill period. The 
hours of these two parts of the inspection will be set by arrangement between 
the unit commander and the inspecting officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and put in good condition. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer may 
check their condition without loss of time, 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit Commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 21 July 1949, as amended, and present the unit 
for inspection according to directives contained therein. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



52 



Report of The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 8 



10 February 1953 



Ileorganization and Kedcsignation of 378tli Engineer ( oinbat 
Battalion, Army (NGUS) 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — General, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of Na- 
tional Guard Engineer Combat Battalion (Army) (Nondivisional)," dated 
2 February 1953, the 378th Engineer Combat Battalion, Army (NGUS), Is 
hereby redesignated and reorganized in accordance with T/O&E indicated 
below, effective 1 March W53. 



Old Designation 

378th Engineer 
Combat Battalion, 
Army (NGUS) 

Med. Det. 378th 
Engineer Combat 
Battalion, Army 
(NGUS) 

Hq. Hq. & Service 
Company, 378th 
Engineer Combat 
Battalion, Armv 
(NGUS) 

Company A, 378th 
Engineer Combat 
Battalion, Army 
(NGUS) 

Company B, 378th 
Engineer Combat 
Battalion, Army 
(NGUS) 

Company C, 378th 
Engineer Combat 
Battalion, Army 
(NGUS) 



New Designation 

378th Engineer 
Battalion (Combat) 
(Army) (NGUS) 

Med. Det. 378th 
Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) 
(NGUS) 

Hq. Hq. & Service 
Company, 378th 
Flngineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Armv) 
(NGUS) 

Company A, 378th 
Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) 
(NGUS) 

Company B, 378th 
Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) 
(NGUS) 

Company C, 378th 
Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Armv) 
(NGUS) 



T/Oi^E y Date 



5-35A 18 Oct. 52 



^-35A 18 Oct. 52 



5-36A 18 Oct. 52 



5-37A 18 Oct. 52 



5-37A 18 Oct. 52 



5-37A 18 Oct. 52 



U?iit Structure 
Orgn Equip. 



Column 
Sec. II 



Column 7 
Sec. II 



Column 7 
Sec. II 



Column 
Sec. II 



Column 7 
Sec. II 



Column 
Sec. II 



Column : 
Sec. Ill 



Column 
Sec. Ill 



Column 5 
Sec. Ill 



Column 
Sec. I II 



Column 
Sec. Ill 



Column 5 
Sec. HI 



2. Maximum authorized strength for above units is as follows: 
Unit 0/WO EM 



378th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Armv) 
(NGUS) 

Med. Det. 378th Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 



19 



162 



181 



Report of The Adjutant General 53 

Unit 0/lFO EM Aggr 



Hq. Hq. & Service Company, 378th Engineer 

Battalion (Combat) (Army) (NC^US) 9 34 43 

Company A, 378th Engineer Battalion 

(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 3 42 45 

Company B, 378th Engineer Battalion 

(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 3 42 45 

Company C, 378th Engineer Battalion 

(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 3 ' 42 45 

3. The provisions of NGB Circular No. 22, dated 24 September 1948, apply 
to this reorganization. 

4. The number of grades for each MOS, as shown in column 16 through 21, 
inclusive (Section II, Organization), are authorized provided the total en- 
listed strength does not exceed the total shown in Par. 2 above. Personnel 
rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by the provisions 
of paragraph 6, NCR 15 and paragraph 20, NGR 130. 

5. Since the T/O&E referred to above includes a Section III (Equipment) 
and such Section contains a full strength allowance column (column 4) and 
a reduced strength allowance column (column 5), National Guard Reduction 
Tables now being followed (for equipment only) will no longer be required 
nor be in effect on and after the date of reorganization. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of Noeth Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 13 February 1953 

No. 9 

Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15, 15 
May 1952, the Separate Detachment, Headquarters Company, 30th Infantry 
Division (Light Aviation Section), North Carolina National Guard, is attach- 
ed to Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division (In Part), North Carolina Na- 



54 Report of The Adjutant General 

tional Guard, for administration, training and operation, effective 16 February 
W5S. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Cakglina 

Adjutant General's Depaetment 

Raleigh 

General Orders 19 February 1953 

No. 10 

1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Section II, National Guard Regulations 48, 30 October 1950, Annual 
Armory Inspections of the following North Carolina National Guard units 
will be conducted by officers of the Regular Army detailed by the Command- 
ing General, Third Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 

Unit Location Date Inspector 



Co. M, 120th Inf Shelby, N. C 30 Mar. 53 Lt. Col Axup 

Co.I, 120thlnf Newton N.C. 31 Mar. 53 Lt. Col. Axup 

Co. L, 120th Inf. Morganton, N. C. 2 Apr. 53 Lt. Col. Axup 

2. Armory inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The organization commander, first sergeant, caretaker, " supply 
sergeant and administrative assistant will be present at the armory at the 
time designated for the administrative inspection. There will also be an 
inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organization and 
the adequacy of equipment. The time devoted to the training inspection 
should not exceed the time required in a normal armory drill period. The 
hours of these two parts of the inspection will be set by arrangement between 
the unit commander and the inspecting officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and put in good condition. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer may 
check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit Commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 21 July 1949, as amended, and present the unit 
for inspection according to directives contained therein. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 



55 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleiqh 



General Orders 
No. 11 



26 February 1953 



Pursuant to Section 93, National Defense Act, as amended, the Annual 
Federal Inspection of the following North Carolina Air National Guard 
unit will be conducted by representatives of the Inspector General of the 
Fourteenth Air Force at the place and on the dates indicated. The unit will 
be presented for inspection according to directives contained in ANGR 123-1. 



Unit 
156th Fighter Bomber Squadron 

By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
"WnxARD R. Bloxton 
Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



Station Date 

Morris Field, Charlotte, N. C. 2-4 Mar 53 

John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 3 March 1953 

No. 12 

Section I 
Organization of NGUS Units, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau NGB Form 
5, 12 February 1953, the following units of the North Carolina National Guard 
are organized effective 9 March 1953 as National Guard Units under Public 
Law 461, 82nd Congress, under T/O&Es, home station and strength require- 
ments as indicated: 





Applicable T/OlsE 


Maximum 

Authorized 

Strength 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 


Unit Designation 


Wo 


EM 


0/y 

Wo 


EM 


Hq Hq. Battery, 449th FA 
Observation Battalion 
(NGUS) 

Station: Charlotte, N. C. 

Battery C, 449th FA 
Observation Battalion 
(NGUS) 

Station: Monroe, N. C. 


6-76 16 Nov. 48 

w/Cl & 2 

RT 6-76-22 1 June 49 

6-77 16 Nov. 48 

w/Cl & 2 

RT 6-77-22 1 June 49 


10 

5 


43 
50 


3 
1 


4 

5 



56 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Units will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed 
to date. 

Section II 

Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15, 15 
May 1952, the 449th FA Observation Battalion (NGUS) North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard, is attached to IV Corps Artillery, North Carolina National 
Guard, effective 9 March 1953. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

David W. Donovan The Adjutant General 

Military Personnel Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 24 March 1953 

No. 13 

Section I 

Reestablishment of 150th AAA Gun Bn (J)Onim) in tlie North 

Carolina National Guard 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 3, Section II, NGR 130, 25 March 
1952; General Orders No. 1, Headquarters, Third Army, 7 January 1953 and 
Movement Order BRACT 370.5, Headquarters, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 
20 March 1953, the following organization is reestablished in the National 
Guard Troop Program of the State of North Carolina, effective 0001 hours, 
25 March 1953, following its release from active military service, with units 
at home stations as indicated: 



Reporti of The Adjutant General 57 

Unit Home Station 

150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) Wilmington, N. C. 

Medical Detaahment, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MIV1) Wilmingtom, N. C. 

Btrv. A, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) Wilmington, N. C. 

Btry. B, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) Beulaville, N. C; 

Btry. C, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) Williamston, N. C. 

Btry. D, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) Wallace, N. C. 

Section II 
Keorganization of 150th AAA Gun Battalion (OOnini) NCXG 

PAC Letter, NGB, NG-AROTO 325.4 General, Subject: "Reorganization of 
National Guard AAA Units Released from Active Military Service," dated 14 
April 1952, the following Antiaircraft Artillery Units, North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard, are hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E's and 
changes indicated below, effective 2.> March Wft-i. Maximum authorized 
strength for officers and warrant officers is listed in Column 7 and enlisted 
strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E's or changes thereto. 

T/Ol^E y Date Applicable Changes 

Unit y Designation No. Date No. Date 

150th AAA Gun Battalion (90MM) 44-15 5 Oct. 48 2 29 Dec. 50 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Gun Bn. 

(90MM) 44-16 5 Oct. 48 } 24 Nov. 50 

Btry. A, 150th AAA Gun Bn., (90MM) 44-17 5 Oct. 48 2 15 Nov. 50 

Btry. B, 150th AAA Gun Bn., (90MM) 44-17 5 Oct. 48 2 15 Nov. 50 

Btry. C, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) 44-17 5 Oct. 48 2 15 Nov. 50 

Btry. D, 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) 44-17 5 Oct. 48 2 15 Nov. 50 

2. The provisions of NGB Circular No. 22, dated 24 September 1948, apply 
to this reorganization. 

3. Although total enlisted strength will not exceed that authorized in 
Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E's the number of grades for each MOS shown 
in Columns 16 through 21, inclusive. Section II (Organization) of the table 
is authorized. Promotions to higher grades E-7, E-6 and E5 are hereby 
authorized, provided individuals are fully qualified and meet the requirements 
outlined in the three-year training program. As a minimum requirement, 
grade positions listed in Column 22 (Enlisted Cadre) are prescribed for the 
initial selection for grades E-7, E-6 and E-5. 

4. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 

5. Organizational equipment allowances as now authorized by T/O&E's. 
with changes thereto, and as amended by the National Guard Reduction 
Tables, remain in effect. 

Section III 
Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1. Changes No. 2 to NGR 15. 15 
May 1952, Medical Detachment, 150th AAA Gun Battalion (90MM), North 
Carolina National Guard, is attached to Headquarters Headquarters Battery, 
150th AAA Gun Battalion (90MM), North Carolina National Guard, for ad- 
ministration, training and operation, effective 2-') March 19o3. 



58 Report of The Adjutant General 

Section IV 
Attachment of Organization 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15, 15 
May 1952, the 150th AAA Gun Battalion (90MM), North Carolina National 
Guard, is attached to 252nd AAA Group, North Carolina National Guard, 
effective 25 March 1953. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 30 March 1953 

No. 14 

Amendment to General Order-s 

Paragraph 1, Section II, General Orders No. 13, this Department, dated 
24 March 1953, pertaining to the reorganization of units of the 150th AAA 
Gun Battalion (90MM), effective 25 March 1953, is AMENDED by adding the 
following: 

T/Oi^E y Date Applicable Changes 



Unit y Designation No. Date No. ' Date 



Med. Det., 150th AAA Gun Bn. (90MM) 44-15 5 Oct. 48 2 29 Dec. 50 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 1 April 1953 

No. 15 

Section I 

Organization of NGUS Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau NGB Form 
5, 16 March 1953, the following unit of the North Carolina National Guard is 
organized effective 9 April 1S53 as a National Guard unit under Public Law 



REPORT! OF The Adjutant General 



59 



461, 82nd Congress, under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement 
as indicated: 



Unit Designation 


Applicablf T/0 y E 


Maximum 

Authorized 

Strength 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Wo 


EM 


Wo 


EM 


382nd Sig. Det., (Radar Maint. 
Unit, Type C) (NGUS) 


11-500A, 1 July 52 


1 


3 


1 


1 


Station: Wilmington, N. C. 





2. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer : 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officer and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed 
in three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 



date. 



e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 



Section II 

Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15, 15 
May 1952, the 382d Signal Detachment (Radar Maintenance Unit, Type C) 
(NGUS), North Carolina National Guard, is attached to 252nd AAA Group, 
North Carolina National Guard, effective 9 April 1953. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer ' 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



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State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 16 



15 April 1953 



Reorganization 156th Fighter Bomber Squadron NCANG 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter. Departments of the Army and 
the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, subject: "Reorganization of Food 
Service Augmentations and Food Service Squadrons," dated 11 March 1953, 
the 156th Fighter Bomber Squadron, North Carolina Air National Guard, is 
hereby reorganized in accordance with T/Os indicated below, effective lii 
April 1953: 



T/0 


Date 


Conposition 


1-1256P 


1 Dec. 51 


1 X Part II 


1-7504P 


1 Dec. 51 


1 X Part IIB 


1-7502P 


1 Dec. 51 


1 X Part IIB 


1-8504P 


1 Dec. 51 


1 X Part IIA 


1-2233 


1 Jan. 52 


1 X Parts lie, IIP, IIV, IIY, IIAN, 
IIAP, IIAU 


1-8035 


1 Apr. 52 


1 X Parts HE, IIG, IIH, 2 x Part IIP 


1-8020 


1 Oct. 52 


1 X Part IIH 


1-8503P 


1 Dec. 51 


1 X Part IIA 


1-9022 


1 Jan. 52 


1 X Part HAD 



By Order of the Governor: 
OFFICIAL 

WiLLARD R. BLOXTON 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Ad.htaxt General's Department 

Raleigh 



Gknekal Orders 

No. 17 



15 April 1953 



Organization of Unit, XCXG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau Form 5. 
24 March 1953, the following unit is organized as a unit of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard, effective 20 April t9.j:h under T/O&E, home station and 
strength requirement as indicated: 



Report of The Adjutant General 



61 



[■nit Designation 


Home Station 


Applicable T/0 'd E 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Off ^ WO 


EM 


Battery B, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion 


Kinston,N.C... 


6-137, 15 May 52 
n 


2 


10 



2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant oiticers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General 
of North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record. NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Ad.tx'tant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 18 



21 April 1953 



Organization of Unit, XCXCi 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau Form 5, 
24 March 1953, the following unit is organized as a unit of the North Carolina 



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Report of The Adjutant General 



National Guard, effective 27 April 1953, under T/O&E, home station and 
strength requirement as indicated: : 



Unit Designation 


Home Station 


Applicable T/0 ^ E 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Off 13 WO 


EM 


Hq. Hq. Battery, 295th 
Field Artillery 
Battalion 


Washington, 
N. C. . . 


6-136, IS May 52 


5 


10 









2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 end enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer will be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer : 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General 
of North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Caeolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 19 



21 April 1953 



Reorganization of Field Artillery (Jroiips, XC\(w 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4 — General, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of 



Report of The Adjutant General 63 

National Guard Field Artillery Group, Tank Companies and Companies of 
the Armored Cavalry (Nondivisional)," date 24 March 1953, the following 
units, North Carolina National Guard, are hereby reorganized in accordance 
with T/O&E indicated below, effective 1 May 1953: 

Maximum Auth. Strength 



Un it Designatio7i 


Applicable T/0 ^ E 


Off 
18 
18 


WO 


EM 


Hq. & Hq. Battery, 196th 
Field Artillery Gp. 


6-401 4 Jan. S3 
6-401 4 Jan. 53 


4 

4 


74 


Hq. & Hq. Battery, 2S2nd 
\ Meld Artillery Gp. 


74 



2. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 28 April 1953 

No. . 20 

Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15, 
15 May 1952, Headquarters Headquarters Battery, 30th Division Artillery (In 
Part), North Carolina National Guard, is attached to Headquarters, 30th 
Infantry Division (In Part), North Carolina National Guard, effective 27 April 
W53. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL ' Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General' s Department 



64 



Report of The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 21 



28 April 1953 



Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Par. 7.1, Changes No. 2 to NGR 15. 
15 May 1952, the 295th Field Artillery Battalion, North Carolina National 
Guard, is attached to 196th Field Artillery Group, North Carolina National 
Guard, effective 21 April 1&.5S. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



General Orders 
No. 22 



State of North Carolina 

Ad.tutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



4 May 1953 



Oi-aaiiization of XGUS Unit, XCXG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau NGB Form 
5, 21 April 1953, the following unit of the North Carolina National Guard is 
organized effective 11 May 1953 as a National Guard unit under Public Law 
461, 82nd Congress, under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as 
indicated: 



Unit Designation 


Applicable T/O'dE 


Maximum 

Authorized 
Strength 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Off l^ WO 


EM 


Off y wo 


EM 


Battery B, 540th Field 

Artillery Bn. (NGUS) 
Station: Thomasville, N. C. 


6-417, 18 July 50 
w/Cl, 2 & 3 


3 


32 


1 


3 



2. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 



Report of The Adjutant General 65 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officer and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment recoi'd WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 21 May 1953 

No. 23 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act, 
and Training Authority Number 31, dated 14 April 1953, as amended by 
Amendment Number 1, dated 21 May 1953, Departments of the Army and the 
Air Force, National Guard Bureau, North Carolina National Guard organiza- 
tions listed herein will mobilize at home stations and will proceed to Fort 
McClellan, Alabama for Field Training during the period 14 June 1953 to 28 
Jnne 1953, inclusive. Upon completion of Field Training, unless sooner re- 
lieved by proper authority, return to home stations: 

Unit 

Hq Hq Detch, NCNG (Army Sec— Less 3 Offs— Plus 1 WO from Selective 

Service Sec.) 
Hq 30th Inf Div (In Part) 
Hq Co 30th Inf Div 
Med Detch 30th Inf Div 
30th Signal Co 
119th Inf Regt 
120th Inf Regt 
112th FA Bn 
113th FA Bn 

Hq Hq Btry 30th Div Arty (In Part) 
378th Engr Bn (C) (Army) (NGUS) 



66 Report of The Adjutant General 

All non-divisional troops listed above are attached to the 30th Infantry Divi- 
sion for administration, supply and training during the Field Training period. 
Detachments authorized are as follows: 

Advance and Rear Detachments are authorized not to exceed a maxi- 
mum total of 826 man days; 15% of total man days authorized may be 
officer personnel. (No. personnel authorized each unit as listed in 
Summer Camp Memorandum No. 1-53, as amended, Hq, 30th Inf Div, 
dtd 15 April 1953 ) 

In compliance with Par. 36, NGR 45, units will take to Camp at least 50% of 
officers and 60% of enlisted strength. 

2. Transportation : a. Travel to and from Camp will be conducted as a 
troop movement. The maximum use will be made of all Government-owned 
motor vehicles and Army aircraft to transport both personnel and organiza- 
tional equipment. Motor convoys will proceed under the direction and com- 
mand of the senior officer or an officer designated by him as convoy com- 
mander. All federal regulations and state and local laws will be complied 
with. March orders covering motor convoys will be issued by organizations 
concerned. Copies of these orders will be furnished this Department and 
Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division. For rail and/or bus movements, in- 
cluding shuttle movements, see Field Training Circular No. 3, Acting 
USP&DO for North Carolina, dated 20 May 1953. The following officers are 
designated Train Commanders and will assume command and responsibility 
for their trains and the troops thereon: 

Train No. Rank, Name l5f SN Station 



1 Major John E. Floyd, O-401430 Warrenton, N. C. 

2 Major Loran D. Naugher, O-340149 Tarboro, N. C. 

3 Lt. Col. Robert A. Hughes, O-400937 Parkton, N. C. 

4 Major William H. VanderLinden, Jr., 0-1286927 Hickory, N. C. 

5 Major Richard T. Sanders, O-1304124 Durham, N. C. 

6 Major Banks E. Bolin, O-1290020 Gastonia, N. C. 

7 Major James G. Hudson, O-375402 Winston-Salem, N. C. 

8 Lt. Col. Tom Presnell, 0345783 Asheboro. N. C. 

9 Major William M. Buck, O-1310353 Warsaw, N. C. 

Provisions of TM 55-590, March 1947, will be complied with. Train Command- 
ers will furnish such reports as the Transportation Officer, Fort McClellan, 
Alabama, or the USP&DO for North Carolina, may require. Regardless of 
means employed, the amount of equipment and impedimenta transported to 
and from Field Training camps will be strictly limited to training essentials 
to include athletic equipment but not day room furniture and equipment. TR 
to be issued by Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, for all rail and bus move- 
ments. Travel of dependents not authorized. 

b. Personnel authorized travel by privately-owned vehicle will be cov- 
ered in separate order. 

c. The following officers are designated as Transportation Officers, in 
addition to their other duties, for entraining points listed: 

1st Lt. Milton Humphrevs, 0-1335151 Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Co. E, 119th Inf. 



Report of The Adjutant General 



67 



Capt. Samuel T. Arrington, O-20371 14 
Co. B, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Scott P. Cooper, 0-415169 
Co. C, 119rhlnf. 
Co. A, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Robert E. H. Sheldon, 0-1 116002 
Hq. 30th Inf. Div. (In Part) 

2nd Lt. Harold B. Edwards, 0-996142 

Co. H, 119th Inf. 

Svc. Co., 119th Inf. 

Hv. Mortar Co., 119th Inf. 

1st Lt. Charles H. Lockhart, 0-1293277 
Co. F, 119th Inf. 

1st Lt. Hiram J. Cuthrell, 0-967251 
Co. G, 119th Inf. 

Capt. John M. Hood, O-709906 

Med. Co., 119th Inf. 

Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 119th Inf. 

Capt. James T. Sanford, 0-1325525 
Co. K, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Roger F. Hall, 0-368924 
Tank Co., (Med.), 119th Inf. 

1st Lt. William E. Tavlor, O-959070 
Co. I, 120th Inf. 

1st Lt. Aaron L. Beach, O-1556085 
Co. H, 120th Inf. 

Capt. John L. Wiltshire, 0-947672 
Co. L, 120th Inf. 

Capt. Samuel A. Carswell, 0-1292474 
Tank Co., (Med.) 120th Inf. 

Capt. Roswell K. Porter, O-1580178 
Svc. Co., 120th Inf. 

Capt. Lee R. Barnes, 0-415434 
Hq. Hq. Co., 1st Bn. 119th Inf. 
Hq. Hq. Co., 119th Inf. 
Co. D, 119th Inf. 

1st Lt. Marvin C. Pickard, O-2006967 
Co. A, 120th Inf. 

Capt. William S. Murdoch, O-1030237 
Co. G, 120th Inf. 

Capt. Eugene A. Robbins, Jr., O-753305 
Co. E, 120th Inf. 
Co. F, 120th Inf 

Capt. William F. Harris 
Co. K, 120th Inf. 



Warrenton, N. C. 
Henderson, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 

larboro, N. C. 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Wilson, N. C. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Parkton, N. C. 
Newton, N. C. 
Hickory, N. C. 
Morganton, N. C. 
Waynesville, N. C. 
Asheville, N. C. 
Durham, N. C. 

Burlington, N. C. 
Salisbury, N. C. 
Concord, N. C. 

Gastonia, N. C. 



68 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Capt. Conrad M. Blalock, O-809511 

Co. B, 120th Inf. 

Co. D, 120th Inf. 

Hq. Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 120th Inf. 

Capt. Hugh A. Lagle, 0-843186 
Med. Co., 120th Inf. 

Capt. Samuel H. Houston, O-1290072 
Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd Bn. 120th Inf. 
Co. M, 120th Inf. 

1st Lt. Samuel F. Scott, Jr., O-961067 
Hq. Hq. Co., 120th Inf. 
Hv. Mtr. Co., 120th Inf. 

1st Lt. Lewis J. Farmer, 0-557264 

Co. C, 120th Inf. 

Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 120th Inf. 

Capt. James C. Kannan, Jr. 
Co. L, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Henry C. Merritt, 0-947667 

Co. M, 119th Inf. 

Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 119th Inf. 

Capt. James H. Morse, O-1303759 
Co. L 119th Inf. 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mocksville, N. C. 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 

Reidsville, N. C. 

Lexington, N. C. 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Warsaw, N. C. 

Wilmington, N. C. 



3. Pay: a. Regular payrolls will be submitted to the USP&DO for North 
Carolina, who will accomplish the certificate on the payrolls as to the avail- 
ability of funds. The rolls will be paid by the designated Finance Officer, 
Fort McClellan, Alabama, and payment will be made in cash. The Acting 
USP&DO, North Carolina, will settle all accounts incident to the Camp pay- 
able from federal funds. 

b. Detachment payrolls will be prepared covering the periods author- 
ized for the advance and rear detachments by organizations listed in Par. 1 
above. These rolls will be briefed to show whether the detachment is advance 
or rear and the organization to which it pertains. The unit to which each 
individual belongs will be clearly shown in the body of the roll. Personnel 
of these detachments will be paid for the period of the encampment proper 
on the regular payroll of their unit. The detachment payrolls cover only the 
period of additional duty as members of the advance or rear detachments. 

4. Subsistence: The provisions of Par. 22, NGR 45-1, 18 December 1952, 
will apply. Maximum cost for travel rations during any one twenty-four (24) 
liour period will not exceed $2.57. For less than three (3) consecutive meals 
$1.00 per meal is authorized. The number of meals entitled to while travel- 
ing, and their purchase, will be as prescribed in Section IV, Field Training 
Circular No. 1, Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, dated 28 April 1953. Messes 
while in Camp will be established as directed by Commanding General, 30th 
Infantry Division. An officer messing at enlisted men's mess at Camp, or 
with enlisted men during the period of travel to and from Camp, will be 
charged per day as follows regardless of the type of rations furnished: 

Breakfast Dinner Supper 

304 45^ 45<f 



Report of The Adjutant General 



69 



5. At termination of Camp, the Commanding General, 30th Infantry Divi- 
sion (In Part), will submit to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, a report 
on the Camp with such recommendations and comments as he may deem 
advisable. 

6. Orders and regulations in force at Camp will be complied with by all 
concerned. 

7. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred by any officer, enlisted man, or organiza- 
tion of the North Carolina National Guard except as authorized by this 
Department. 



8. TDN: TBGAA TBMAA 



2132060 18-1131 PlllO-01 S31-079 

2132060 18-1431 P1140-08 S31-079 

2132060 18-1631 P1160-02 S31-079 

2132060 18-2331 P1221-99 S31-079 

2132020 18-6731 P1670-07 S31-079 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General' s Department 



John H. Mannincj 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 24 



26 May 1953 



Oi'gunizatioii of NGl'S Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau NGB Form 
5, 6 October 1952, the following unit of the North Carolina National Guard is 
organized effective 1 June W5S as a National Guard unit under Public Law 461, 
82nd Congress, under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as 
indicated: 



Unit Designation 


Applicable T/(ME 


Maximum 

Authorized 

Strength 


Required for 

Federal 
Recognition 




Off l^ WO 


EM 


Off l^ WO 


EM 


Service Battery, 540th Field 

Artillery Battalion 

(NGUS) 
Station: High Point, N. C. 


6-419 18 July 50 
w/Cl & 2 


3 


36 


1 


4 



70 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer will be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning oificer and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed 
to date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 4 June 1953 

No. 25 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act, 
and Training Authority Number 31-A, National Guard Bureau, dated 14 April 
1953, as amended by Amendment Number 1, dated 21 May 1953, North Carolina 
National Guard organizations listed herein will mobilize at home stations and 
will proceed to Fort McClellan, Alabama for Field Training during the period 
21 June 1953 to 5 July 1953, inclusive. Upon completion of Field Training, 
unless sooner relieved by proper authority, return to home stations: 

Unit 

Hq Hq Detch NCNG (3 officers— Army Section) 

Hq Hq Btry IV Corps Arty 

Hq Hq Btry 252nd FA Gp 

Hq Hq Btry 196 FA Gp 

505th FA Bn 

540th FA Bn (NGUS) 

690th FA Bn (NGUS) 

295th FA Bn 



Report of The Adjutant General 71 

449th FA Obsn Bn (NGUS) 

3624th Ord Co (D/S) (Less 1 officer) 

167th MP Bn 

All troops listed above are attached to IV Corps Artillery for administration, 
supply and training for the Field Training period. In compliance with Par. 
36, NCR 45, units will take to Camp at least 50% of officers and 60% of en- 
listed strength. 

2. Detachments: The Commanding General, IV Corps Artillery, will desig- 
nate personnel for authorized detachments as follows: 

Adva7}ce and Rear Detachments not tc exceed a maximum total of 
222 man days; 15% of total man days authorized may be officer per- 
sonnel. 

3. Transportation : a. Travel to and from Camp will be conducted as a 
troop movement. The maximum use will be made of all Government-owned 
motor vehicles and Army aircraft to transport both personnel and organiza- 
tional equipment. Motor convoys will proceed under the direction and com- 
mand of the Senior Officer or an officer designated by him as convoy com- 
mander. All federal regulations and state and local laws will be complied 
with. March orders covering motor convoys will be issued by organization 
concerned. Copies of these orders will be furnished this Department and 
Headquarters, IV Corps Artillery. The amount of equipment and impedi- 
menta transported to and from Field Training camps will be strictly limited 
to training essentials to include athletic equipment but not day room furni- 
ture and equipment. Travel of dependents not authorized. 

b. Personnel authorized travel by privately-owned vehicle will be cov- 
ered in separate order. 

4. Pay: a. Regular payrolls will be submitted to the USP&DO for North 
Carolina, who will accomplish the certificate on the payrolls as to the avail- 
ability of funds. The rolls will be paid by the designated Finance Officer, 
Fort McCellan. Alabama, and payment will be made in cash. The Acting 
USP&DO, North Carolina, will settle all accounts incident to the Camp payable 
from federal funds. 

b. Detachment payrolls will be prepared covering the periods authorized 
for the advance and rear detachments by organizations listed in Par. 1 above. 
These rolls will be briefed to show whether the detachment is advance or 
rear and the organization to which it pertains. The unit to which each 
individual belongs will be clearly shown in the body of the roll. Personnel 
of these detachments will be paid for the period of the encampment proper on 
the regular payroll of their unit. The detachment payrolls cover only the 
period of additional duty as members of the advance or rear detachments. 

5. Subsistence: The provisions of Par. 22, NGR 45-1, 18 December 1952, 
will apply. Maximum cost for travel rations during any one twenty-four (24) 
hour period will not exceed $2.57. For less than three (3) consecutive meals 
$1.00 per meal is authorized. The number of meals entitled to while traveling, 
and their purchase, will be prescribed in Section IV, Field Training Circular 
No. 1, Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, dated 28 April 1953. Messes while 
in Camp will be established as directed by Commanding General, IV Corps 



72 Report of The Adjutant General 

Artillery. An officer messing at enlisted men's mess at Camp or with enlisted 
men during the period of travel to and from Camp, will be charged per day 
as follows regardless of the type of rations furnished: 

Breakfast Dinner Supper 

30^ 45<f 45«f 

6. At termination of Camp, the Commanding General, IV Corps Artillery, 
will submit to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, a report on the Camp 
with such recommendations and comments as he may deem advisable. 

7. Orders and regulations in force at Camp will be complied with by all 
concerned. 

8. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred by any officer, enlisted man or organization 
of the North Carolina National Guard except as authorized by this Department. 

9. TDN: TBGAA TBMAA 2132060 18-1131 PlllO-01 S31-079 

2132060 18-1431 P1140-08 S31-079 

2132060 18-1631 P1160-02 S31-079 

2132060 18-2331 P1221-99 S31-079 

2132020 18-6731 P1670-07 S31-079 

2142060 418-1131 PlllO-01 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 29 June 1953 

No. 26 

1. PAC Sec. 94, NDA, and TA 34-l-Air-54, NGB, dated 5 June 1953, the 
263rd Communications Squadron Operations, North Carolina Air National 
Guard, will mobilize at home stations and will proceed to Robins Air Force 
Base, Georgia, for Field Training during the period 5 July 1953 to 19 July 
1953, inclusive. Regulations in force at Robins Air Force Base will be com- 
plied with. Attendance will be as prescribed in Pa. 5, ANGR 50-03. Upon 
completion of Field Training, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, re- 
turn to home stations. 

2. Advance and Rear Detachment personnel as designated by the Com- 
manding Officer are authorized as follows: 2-4 July 1953 inclusive, one (1) 
officer, one (1) airman; 20 July 1953, one (1) officer, one (1) airman. 

3. Transportation: Maximum use will be made of government owned 
motor vehicles. T/R to be issued by Acting USP&DO, N. C. for bus move- 



Report of The Adjutant General 73 

ments. A report of service will be prepared in accordance with Pars. 22 and 
23, AFR 75-56. Personnel authorized TPA will be covered in separate order. 
Travel of dependents not authorized. Messing facilities not being available, 
units are authorized to procure meals on a credit basis at not to exceed $1.00 
per meal or $2.50 per man per day. 

4. Payrolls will be prepared and distribution of copies thereof will be made 
in accordance with the provisions of ANGR 173-02. The Acting USP&DO. 
N. C. will accomplish the certification as to availability of funds. 

5. At termination of Field Training the Commanding Officer will submit 
NGB Form 52, dated 2 February 1953, through The Adjutant General to Chief, 
National Guard Bureau, Attn: Operations and Training Branch, AFD. A 
narrative report of activities and training will accompany completed appli- 
cable sections of NGB Form 52 forwarded so as to arrive in NGB not later 
than 18 August 1953. 

6. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the 
Federal Government will be incurred by any officer, airman, or organization 
of the North Carolina Air National Guard, except as authorized by this De- 
partment: TDN TBGAA TBMAA 5743870 441-1231 P441-99 P526-01 P551-08 
S31-079. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Maio7- General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton Tkc Adjutant General 

Military Executive Office^' 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

An.iiTANT General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 14 July 1953 

No. 27 

1. PAC Section 94 NDA and TA No. 31-B, NGB, dated 4 May 1953. personnel 
of Selective Service Section (Less one Warrant Officer), Hq & Hq Detach- 
ment, NCNG, will mobilize at home station and w/p to North Carolina Head- 
quarters, Selective Service System, Raleigh, North Carolina, for Field Train- 
ing during the periods indicated below: 

Rank and Name SN Station Dates 



Col. Charles R. Jonas O-224860 Lincolnton, N. C. 19 Tulv-2 Aug. 1953 

Major Lee Roy W. Armstrong.. 0-966576 Chapel Hill, N. C. 19 julv-2 Aug. 1953 

Major Isaac T. Averv, Tr O-453401 Statesville, N. C. 19 Tulv-2 Aug. 1953 

Major Thomas C. Brown 0-918758 Raleigh, N. C. 19 july-2 Aug. 1953 

Major Charles B. Ratchford O-1281802 Raleigh, N. C. 19 Tuly-2 Aug. 1953 

1st Lt. Grayson Hayes O-981830 Monroe, N. C. 19 july-2 Aug. 1953 

1st Lt. Stuart W. Sechriest 0-961813 Chapel Hill, N. C. 19 July-2 Aug. 1953 

Upon completion of Field Training, unless sooner relieved by proper author- 
ity, will return to home stations. 



74 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Pay: Payroll will be submitted to the Acting USP & DO, North Carolina, 
and payment will be made by check by the Finance Officer, USA, Atlanta, 
Georgia. 

3. At termination of Field Training, the Commanding Officer will submit 
a report to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, with such recommendations 
and comments as he may deem advisable. 

4. TR to be issued by Acting USP & DO, North Carolina, where authorized. 

5. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the 
Federal Government will be incurred except as authorized by this Department. 

6. TDN 2142060 418-1131 PlllO-01 S31-079 

2142060 418-1631 P1160-02 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 20 July 1953 

No. 28 

Section I 
Disbandment of Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter NG-AROTO 325.4— N. C, Na- 
tional Guard Bureau, subject: "Withdrawal of Federal Recognition," 17 July 
1953, the following unit with station indicated is disbanded as of 2400 hours 
20 July 1953: 

Unit Designation Station Date of F/R 



Battery A, 150th AAA Gun Battalion 

(90MM) Wilmington, N. C. 14 Oct. 1947 

2. All officers and enlisted men will be transferred to Headquarters Head- 
quarters Battery, 150th AAA Gun Battalion (90-mm), Wilmington, N. C. 

3. Equipment will be transferred in accordance with instructions issued by 
the Acting USP & DO for this State. 

Section II 
Organization of Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter NG-AROTO 325.4- -N. C, 
National Guard Bureau, subject:: "Authority to Organize National Guard 
Unit Effective 21 July 1953." 17 July 1953, the following unit of the North 
Carolina National Guard is organized effective 21 July 1953, under T/O&E. 
home station and strength requirement as indicated: 



Report of The Adjutant General 



75 





Station 


Applicable T/Ol^E 


Required for Fed. Recogn. 


Unit Designation 


Of 


Off i^ WO 


wo 


EM 


Battery A, 150th 
Antiaircraft 
Artillery Battalion 
(90MM) 


Mt. Olive, 
N. C. 


44-17, 5 Oct. 48 
w/changes 1 and 2 




1 




12 



2. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 25 June 1948. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officer and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 



e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 



date. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of Nokth Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 29 



6 August 1953 



1. PAC Sec. 94, NDA, and TA 34-2-Air-54, NGB, as amended, dated 29 June 
1953, North Carolina Air National Guard organizations listed herein will 
mobilize at home stations and will proceed to Travis Field, Savannah, Georgia, 
for Field Training during the period 16 August 1953 to 30 August 1953, 
inclusive: 



76 Report of The Adjutant General 

Units 

Headquarters, North Carolina Air National Guard 

156th Fighter Bomber Squadron, North Carolina Air National Guard 

156th Tactical Forecasting Flight, North Carolina Air National Guard 

2. Regulations in force at Travis Field will be complied with. Attendance 
will be as prescribed in Par. 5, ANGR 50-03. Upon completion of Field Train- 
ing, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, return to home stations. 

3. Detachments are authorized as follows: 

Advance Detachment 13-15 August 1953 

Unit Officers Airmen 

Headquarters, NC ANG 1 

156th Fighter Bomber Squadron, NC ANG 1 8 

Rear Detachment 31 August 1953 

Headquarters, NC ANG 1 

156th Fighter Bomber Squadron, NC ANG 1 8 

Pre-Camp Training Detachment — Food Service Personnel 

156th Fighter Bomber Squadron, NC ANG 1 4 

4. Transportation: Maximum use will be made of Government-owned motor 
vehicles and aircraft. T/R will be issued by Acting USP&DO, N. C. for bus 
movements. A report of service will be prepared in accordance with Pars. 
22 and 23, AFR 75-56. Personnel authorized TPA will be covered in separate 
order. Travel of dependents not authorized. Messing facilities not being 
•available while traveling, units are authorized to procure meals on a credit 
basis at not to exceed $1.00 per meal or $2.50 per man per day. 

5. Payrolls will be prepared and distribution of copies thereof will be 
made in accordance with the provisions of ANGR 173-02. The Acting USP&DO, 
N. C. will accomplish the certification as to availability of funds. 

6. At termination of Field Training the Commanders will submit NGB 
Form 52, dated 2 February 1953, through The Adjutant General to Chief, 
National Guard Bureau, Attn: Operations and Training Branch, AFD. A 
narrative report of activities and training will accompany completed appli- 
cable sections of NGB Form 52 forwarded so as to arrive in NGB not later 
than 29 September 1953. 

7. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred by any officer, airman, or organization of 
the North Carolina Air National Guard, except as authorized by this Depart- 
ment: TDN TBGAA TBMAA 5743870 441-1231 P441-99 P526-01 P551-08 
S31-079. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 77 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleioh 

General Orders 6 August 1953 

No. 30 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act. 
and Training Authority Number 31-C, National Guard Bureau, dated 1 July 
1953, as amended by Amendment Number 1, dated 23 July 1953, North Caro- 
lina National Guard organizations listed herein will mobilize at home sta- 
tions and will proceed to Camp Stewart, Georgia, for Field Training during 
the period 16 August 1953 to 30 August 1953, Inclusive. Upon completion of 
Field Training, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, return to home 
stations: 

Unit 
Hq Hq Btry 252nd AAA Gp (plus 1 W. 0. atch for 382nd Sig Detch (RMU, 

Type C) (NGUS) 
725th AAA AW Bn Mbl 

130th AAA AW Bn (SP) (plus 1 off atch from Hq, 30th Inf Div (In Part) ) 
150th AAA Gun Bn (90-MM) 
94th Army Band 

123rd Signal Detch (RMU, Type C) 
217th AAA Detachment (RCAT) 
3624th Ord Co (D/S), 1 officer 

1st Lt James M. Fletcher, 0-2042881 
121st AAA Opns Detachment 

All troops listed above are attached to 252nd AAA Group for administration, 
supply and training for the Field Training period. In compliance with Par. 
36, NGR 45, units will take to Camp at least 50% of officers and 60% of 
enlisted strength. 

2. Detachments: The Commanding Officer, 252nd AAA Group, will desig- 
nate personnel for authorized detachments as follows: 

Advance and Rear Detachments not to exceed a maximum total of 206 
man days; 15% of total man days authorized may be officer personnel. 

3. Transportation: a. Travel to and from Camp will be conducted as a 
troop movement. The maximum use will be made of all Government-owned 
motor vehicles to ti'ansport both personnel and organizational equipment. 
Motor convoys will proceed under the direction and command of the Senior 
Officer or an officer designated by him as convoy commander. All Federal 
regulations and state and local laws will be complied with. March orders 
covering motor convoys will be issued by organizations concerned. Copies of 
these orders will be furnished this Department and Headquarters, 252nd AAA 
Group. The amount of equipment and impedimenta transported to and from 
Field Training camps will be strictly limited to training essentials to include 
athletic equipment. Travel of dependents not authorized. 

b. Personnel authorized travel by privately-owned vehicle will be cov- 
ered in separate order. 



78 Report of The Adjutant General 

4. Pay: a. Regular payrolls will be submitted to the USP&DO for North 
Carolina, who will accomplish the certificate on the payrolls as to the avail- 
ability of funds. The rolls will be paid by the designated Finance Officer, 
Camp Stewart, Georgia, and payment will be made in cash. The Actinjv 
USP&DO, North Carolina will settle all accounts incident to the Camp pay- 
able from Federal funds. 

b. Detachment payrolls will be prepared covering the periods authorized 
for the advance and rear detachments by organizations listed in Par. 1 above. 
These rolls will be briefed to show whether the detachment is advance or 
rear and the organization to which it pertains. The unit to which each indi- 
vidual belongs will be clearly shown in the body of the roll. Personnel of 
these detachments will be paid for the period of the encampment proper on 
the regular payroll of their unit. The detachment payrolls cover only the 
period of additional duty as members of the advance or rear detachments. 

5. Suisistence: The provisions of Par. 22, NGR 45-1, 18 December 1952, 
will apply. Maximum cost for travel rations during any one twenty-four (24) 
hour period will not exceed $2.57. For less than three (3) consecutive meals 
$1.00 per meal is authorized. The number of meals entitled to while travel- 
ing and their purchase, will be as prescribed in Section IV, Field Training 
Circular No. 1, Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, dated 28 April 1953. 
Messes while in Camp will be established as directed by Commanding Officer, 
252nd AAA Group. An officer messing at enlisted men's mess at Camp or 
with enlisted men during the period of travel to and from Camp, will be 
charged in accordance with instructions contained in Change # 2 to Field 
Training Circular # 1, Acting USP&DO for North Carolina, dated 4 August 
1953. 

6. At termination of Camp, the Commanding Officer, 252nd AAA Group, 
will submit to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, a report on the Camp, 
with such recommendations and comments as he may deem advisable. 

7. Orders and regulations in force at Camp will be complied with by all 
concerned. 

8. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred by any officer, enlisted man or organization 
of the North Carolina National Guard except as authorized by this Depart- 
ment. 

9. TDN: TBGAA 2142060 418-1131 PlllO-01 S31-079 

2142060 418-1431 P1140-08 S31-079 

2142060 418-1631 P1160-02 S31-079 

2142060 418-2331 P1221-99 S31-079 

2142060 418-6731 P1670-07 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

THO^rAs B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 



79 



State ok Nouth Cakolina 

AU.IITAXT GkNERAL'S DEPARTME^'T 

Rai.kkjk 



General Orders 
No. 31 



18 August 1953 



Hoorsaiiizatioii of Artillery Tnits, \('N(J 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4, Gen, Subject: "Reorganization of National Guard Units," dated 
23 July 1953, the following units of the North Carolina National Guard are 
hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E's indicated below effective 1 
September 1053. Maximum authorized strength is as indicated: 



Un it 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 30th Divi- 
sion Artillery (In Part) 



112th Field Artillery Battalion 
(Division) 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 112th Field 
Artillery Battalion 



Battery A, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 



Battery B, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 



Battery C, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 



Applicable T/0\iE 



Service Battery, 112th Field 
Artillery Battalion 



1 13th Field Artillery Battalion 
(Division) 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 113th Field 
Artillery Battalion 



Battery A, 113th Field 
Artillery Battalion 



Battery B, 113th Field Artillery 
Battalion 



Battery C, 113th Field Artillery 
Batallion 



Service Battery, 113th Field 
Artillery Battalion 



295th Field Artillery Battalion 
(Non-Division) 



Maxim'um Auth. Strength 



Of 



6-101 A, w/C 2 


24 


6-125 w/C 3 


45 


6-126 w/C 2 


18 


6-127 w/C 2 


8 


6-127 w/C 2 


8 


6-127 w/C 2 


8 


6-129 w/C 1 


3 


6-125 w/C 3 


45 


6-126 w/C 2 


18 


6-127 w/C 2 


8 


6-127 w/C 2 


8 


6-127 w/C 1 


8 


6-127 w/C 1 


3 


6-135 w/C 2 


35 



Off & WO 



wo 



EM 



105 

456 

115 

97 

97 

97 

50 

456 

115 

97 

97 

97 

50 

456 



80 



Report of The Adjutant General 





Applicable T/O'dE 


Maximum Auth. Strength 


Unit Designation 


Off 


Off ^ WO 


wo 


EM 


Hq. & Hq. Battery, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion 


6-136 w/C 2 


16 




2 


96 


Battery B, 295th Field 

Artillery Battalion 


6-137 w/C 2 


5 




1 


100 


690th Field Artillery Battalion 
(NGUS) (Non-Division) 


6-135 w/C 2 


35 




7 


456 


Hq. & Hq. Battery, 690th Field 
Artillery Battalion (NGUS) 


6-136 w/C 2 


16 




2 


96 


Battery A, 690th Field Artillery 
Battalion (NGUS) 


6-137 w/C 2 


5 




1 


100 


Battery B, 690th Field Artillery 
Battalion (NGUS) 


6-137 w/C 2 


5 




1 


100 


Battery C, 690th Field Artillery 
Battalion (NGUS) 


6-137 w/C 2 


5 




1 


100 


Service Battery, 690th Field 
Artillery Battalion (NGUS) 


6-139 w/C 1 


3 




2 


51 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Oisdeks 
No. 32 



26 August 1953 



Table of Distribution — Augmentation 

PAC NG-AFOTP letter Authorization of T/D-A, 31 July 19.53, the NON- 
T/0 PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATION TABLE, 156th Fighter-Bomber Squad- 
ron. North Carolina Air National Guard, dated 26 August 1953, is effective 
1 September 1953. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Willard R. Bloxto.v 
Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjuta7it General 



Report of The Adjutant General 



81 



Gekekal Orders 
No. 33 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



31 August 195i 



Organization of NGUS Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in National Guard Bureau NGB Form 
5, 25 August 1953, the following unit of the North Carolina National Guard 
is organized effective 1 September 1953 as a National Guard unit under Public 
Law 461, 82nd Congress, under T/O&E, home station and strength require- 
ment as indicated: 



Reg. for fed. 
Recognition 



Unit Designatio-n 

Batttrv A, 449th Field Artillery 
B;|ttalion (Obsn) (NGUS)_ . ". 
Station: Granite Falls, N. C. 



Applicable T/0 y E Off y fFO 
6-577 15 June 53 1 



EM 



2. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

0. Special Orders assigning officer and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 



e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 



date. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 

Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



82 Report of The Adjutant General 

■State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 1 September 1953 

No. 34 

Organization of Unit, XCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau, file 
NG-AROTO 325.4 — N. C., subject: "Authority to Organize National Guard 
Unit Effective 25 April 1953," dated 14 April 1953, the following unit is organ- 
ized as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective IJf September 
1953, under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indicoted: 

Required for Fed. Recognition 



Unit Designation Applicable T/Oi^E Off Off & WO WO EM 



Company C, 167th 
Military Police 

Battalion 19-37, 15 Oct. 48 1 IS 

Station: Ahoskie, N. C. w/C 1, 2, & 3 

2. Unit will be presented for inspection for federal recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General. Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

3. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 83 

State of Nokth Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 2 September 1953 

No. 35 

AMENDMENT TO GENERAL ORDERS.— So much of General Orders No. 
31, this Department, dated 18 August 1953, as pertains to Service Battery, 
113th Field Artillery Battalion, as reads "6-127 w/Cl" is AMENDED to read 
"6-129 w/Cl." 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 22 September 1953 

No. 36 

Section I 
Reorganization and Redesignation of Antiaircraft Artillery Units, NCNG 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Units," dated 9 September 1953, the following units of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated in accordance 
with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 1 October W53. Maximum authorized 
strength is as indicated: 

Maximum Auth. Strength 
Unit Applicable T/Ol^E Off Off & WO WO EM 



150th Antiaircraft 
Artillery Battalion 
(Gun,90-mm) 44-15A, 1 Dec. 52 

Medical Detachment, 
150th Antiaircraft 
Artillery Battalion 
(Gun, 90-mm) 44-15A, 1 Dec. 52 1 9 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 150th 
Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion (Gun, 90-mm) 44-16A, 1 Dec. 52 12 4 77 

Battery A, 150th Anti- 
aircraft Artillery Bat- 
talion (Gun, 90-mm) ... 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 



84 Report of The Adjutant General 

Battery B, 150th Anti- 
aircraft Artillery Bat- 
talion (Gun, 90-mm). .. 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 

Battery C, 150th Anti- 
aircraft Artillery Bat- 
talion (Gun, 90-mm).. . 44 17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 

Battery D, 150th Anti- 
aircraft Artillery Bat- 
talion (Gun, 90-mm) .. 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 , 106 

Section II 
Kc'organization and Redesigiiation of Antiaircraft Artillery I'nit, \(^\(i 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Unit," dated 8 September 1953, the following unit of the North Carolina 
National Guard is hereby reorganized and redesignated in accordance with 
T/O&E indicated below, effective J October 1953. Maximum authorized 
strength is as indicated: 

Maximum 

Authorized 

Strength 



Unit Applicable T/O^E Off EM 



121st Antiaircraft Artillery Detachment 44-7A, 6 July 53 4 42 

(Operations) 

Section III 
Reorganization and Redesignation of Artillery Units, \('\c; 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter. National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Units," dated 4 September 1953, the following units of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated with T/O&E's 
indicated below, effective 1 October 1953. Maximum authorized strength is as 
indicated: 

Maximum Auth. Strength 



Unit Applicable T/Ob^E Off Off ^ fVO WO EM 



449th Field Artillery 
Battalion (Observation) 
(NGUS) 6-575, 15 June 53 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 449th 
Field Artillery Bat- 
talion (Observation) 
(NGUS) 6-576, 15 June 53 17 6 130 

Battery C, 449th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(Observation) (NGUS) 6-577, 15 June 53 7 2 135 



Report of The Adjutant General 85 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Ad jutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant Gene7-aVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

An.Ji'TANT General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 23 September 1953 

No. 37 

Section I 
Reorganization and Redesignation of Artillery Units, \('\(; 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Units," dated 15 September 1953, the following units of the North 
Carolina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated in accord- 
ance with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 1 October 105S. Maximum 
strength is as indicated: 

Maximum Auth. Strength 

Unit Applicable T/Ol^E Off Off y WO WO EM 



505th Field Artillery 
Battallion (155-mm 
Gun, SP) 6-435A, 5 Mar. 53 

Medical Detachment, 
505th Field Artillery 
Battalion (155-mm 
Gun, SP) 6-435A, 5 Mar. 53 1 9 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 505th 
Field Artillery Battal- 
ion (155-mm Gun, SP) 6-416A, 1 Feb. 53 14 2 91 

Battry A, 505th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, SP) _ 6-437A 5 Mar. 53 4 1 77 

Battery B, 505th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, SP) 6-437, 5 Mar. 53 4 1 77 

Battery C, 505th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, SP) 6-437A, 5 Mar. 53 4 I 77 

Service Battery, 505th 
Field Artillery Bn. 
(155-mm Gun, SP) 6-419A, 1 Feb. 53 3 3 51 



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Section II 
Reorganization and Redesignation of Artillery Units, NCNG 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Units," dated 15 September 1953, the following units of the North 
Carolina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated with 
T/O&E's indicated below, effective 1 October 1953. Maximum authorized 
strength is as indicated: 



Unit 



Maximum Auth. Strength 
Applicable T/O^E Off Off ^ WO WO 



540th Field Artillery Bn. 
(155-mm Gun, Towed) 
(NGUS) 6-415A, 1 Feb. 53 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 540th 
Field Artillery Bn. 
(155-mm Gun, Towed) 
(NGUS) 6-416A, 1 Feb. 53 



Battery A, 540th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 

Battery B, 540th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 

Service Battery, 540th 
Field Artillery Bn. 
(155-mm Gun, Towed) 
(NGUS) 



6-417A, 1 Feb. 53 



6-417A, 1 Feb. 63 



6-419A, 1 Feb. 53 



14 



EM 



91 



106 



106 



54 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
TnoiiAs B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 38 



28 September 1953 



Section I 
Reorganization and Redesignation of Antiaircraft Artillery Units, NCNG 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter. National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Units," dated 18 September 1953, the following units of the North 



Report of The Adjutant General 87 

Carolina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated in accord- 
ance with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 1 October 19o,]. Maximum 
authorized strength is as indicated: 

Maximum Autli. Strength 

Unit Applicable T/Ol^E Off Off ^ WO WO EM 

725th Antiaircraft Artil- 
lery Battalion (AW) 
(Mobile) 44-25A, 19 July 53 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 725th 
AAA Bn. (AW) 
(Mobile) 44-26A, 19 July 53 12 4 80 

Btry. A, 725th AAA Bn. 
(AW) (Mobile) 44-27A, 19July53 6 1 113 

Btry. B, 725th AAA Bn. 
(AW) (Mobile) ..^ 44-27A, 19 July 53 6 1 113 

Btry. C, 725th AAA Bn. 
(AW) (Mobile)... 44-27A, 19July 53 6 1 113 

Btry. D, 725th AAA Bn. 
(AW) (Mobile) 44-27A, 19July53 6 1 113 

Section II 
Reorganization and Redesignation of Military I'olice Units, NC^NG 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Units," dated 21 September 1953, the following units of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated in accordance 
with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 1 October W5S. Maximum authorized 
strength is as indicated: 

Maximum Auth. Strength 



Unit Applicable T/013E Off Off l^ WO WO EM 

167th Military Police 

Battalion 19-35A, 19 Feb. 53 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 
167th Military Police 
Battalion. 19-36A, 19 Feb. 53 10 6 42 

Company A, 167th 
Military Police 
Battalion 19-37A, 19 Feb. 53 5 ISO 

Company B, 167th 
Military Police 
Battalion 19-37A, 19 Feb. 53 5 " ISO 

Company C. 167th 
Military Police 
Battalion 19-37A, 19 Feb. 53 5 ISO 



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Section III 
Amenrtment to General Ordeivs 

So much of Section II, General Orders No. 37, this Department, dated 23 
September 1953, pertaining to reorganization and redesignation of units of 
the 540th Field Artillery Battalion (155-mm Gun, Towed) (NGUS), as reads 
'Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG-AROTO 
325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National Guard 
Units," dated 15 September 1953' is AMENDED to read, 'Pumuant to authority 
contained in letter-. National Guard Bureau, NG-AROTO 325 Jf — Gen, Subject: 
"Reorganization and Redesignation of National Guard Units,'" dated 25 Sep- 
tember 1953.' 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 39 



12 October 1953 



1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations 48, 30 October 1950, Annual 
Armory Inspection of the following North Carolina National Guard units will 
be conducted by officers detailed by the Commanding General, Third Army, 
at the places and on the dates indicated: 



Unit 



Location 



Date 



Inspector 



Btry. B, 113th FA Bn. 


Dunn 


Med. Det. 30th Inf. Div. 


Apex 


Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div. (less 




Sep. Det.) 


Apex 


Hq. Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 119th Inf. 


Durham 


Btry. C, 113th FA Bn. 


Roxboro 


Hq. Hq. Btry., 295th FA Bn. 


Washington 


(ISS-mm How., Towed) 




Co. F, 119th Inf. 


Tarboro 


Med Co., 119th Inf. 


Wilson 


Co. C, 119th Inf. 


Henderson 


Hq. Hq. Co., 167th MP Bn. 


Ahoskie 


Btry. B, 295th FA Bn. (155-mm 




How. Towed) 


Kinston 


Btry.D, 725th AAA Bn. (AW) 




(M) 


Benson 


Hq. Hq. Co., 119th Inf. 


Durham 


3624th Ord. Co., (D/S) 


Butner 


Btrv. C, 690th FA Bn (155-mm 




How., Towed) (NGUS) 


Greenville 



2 Nov. 53 Col. Halliday 
2 Nov. 53 Col Dark 

2 Nov. 53 Col Dark 

2 Nov. 53 Col. Yowell 

2 Nov. 53 Col Axup 

2 Nov. 53 Lt. Col. Nunamaker 

2 Nov. 53 Lt. Col. Richardson 

2 Nov. 53 Lt. Col. Patrick 

2 Nov. 53 Lt. Col. Irvin 

2 Nov. 53 Maj. Fuller 

3 Nov. 53 Col. Halliday 

3 Nov. 53 Col Dark 
3 Nov. 53 Col. Yowell 
3 Nov. 53 Col. Axup 

3 Nov. 53 Lt. Col. Nunamaker 



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89 



Unit 



Location 



Date 



Inspector 



Btry. C, 150th AAA Bn (Gun, 

90-mm) 
Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd Bn. 119th Inf. 
Co. B, 119th Inf. 
Hv. Mtr. Co., 119th Inf. 
Btry. D, 150th AAA Bn. (Gun, 

90-mm) 
217th AAA Det. (RCAT) 
94th Army Band 
Co. D, 119th Inf. 
Sv. Btry., 113th FA Bn. 
Co. H, 119th Inf. 
Co. G, 119th Inf. 
Co. B, 167th MP Bn. 
Sv. Co., 119th Inf. 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 196th FA Gp. 
Btry. A, 113th FA Bn. 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 113th FA Bn. 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 30th Div. Arty. 

(Part) 
Btry. A, 690th FA Bn. (155-MM 

How., Towed) (NGUS) 
Co. L, 119th Inf. 
Co. E, 119th Inf. 
Co. A, 167th MP Bn. 
Btry. B, ISOth AAA Bn. (Gun, 

90-MM) 
Co. K, 119th Inf. 
Btry. A, 725th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(M) 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 130th AAA Bn. 

(AW) (SP) 
Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd Bn. 119th Inf. 
Med. Det., 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM) 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM) 
Btry. B, 690th FA Bn. (155-MM 

How., Towed) (NGUS) 
Sep. Det. Hq. Co., 30th Inf. 

Div. (Lt. Avn. Sec.) 
Hq. 30th Inf. Div. (In Part) 
382nd Sig. Det., (RMU, Type C) 

(NGUS) 
123rd Sig. Det., (RMU, Type C) 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 252nd AAA Gp. 
Btry. A, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(SP) 
Co. M, 119th Inf. 
Co. I, 119th Inf. 
Sv. Btry., 690th FA Bn. 

(155-MM How., Towed) 

(NGUS) 
Btry. D, 130th AAA Bn. 

(AW) (SP) 
Btry. B, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(SP) 
Hq. Hq. Btry., 690th FA Bn. 

(155-MM How., Towed) 

(NGUS) 
Btry. C, 725th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(M) 



Williamston 


3 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Wilson 


3 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Warrenton 


3 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Edenton 


3 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Wallace 


4 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Raleigh 


4 Nov. 


53 


Col Dark 


Raleigh 


4 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Durham 


4 Nov. 


53 


Col. Yowell 


Youngsville 


4 Nov. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Scotland Neck 


4 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Rocky Mount 


4 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col Patrick 


Lasker 


4 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Elizabeth City 


4 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Kinston 


5 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Zebulon 


5 Nov. 


53 


Col Dark 


Louisburg 


5 Nov. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Louisburg 


5 Nov. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Washington 


5 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nunamaker 


Goldsboro 


5 Nov. 


S3 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Roanoke Rapids 


; 5 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Windsor 


5 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Beulaville 


16 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Fayetteville 


16 Nov. 


53 


Col Dark 


Shallotte 


16 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nunamaker 


Red Springs 


16 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Clinton 


16 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Wilmington 


16 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Wilmington 


16 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


New Bern 


17 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Raleigh 


17 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Raleigh 


17 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Wilmington 


17 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nunamaker 


Wilmington 


17 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nunamaker 


Wilmington 


17 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nunamaker 


Raeford 


17 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Warsaw 


17 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Wilmington 


17 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Jacksonville 


18 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Southern Pines 


18 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


St. Pauls 


18 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irwin 


New Bern 


19 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Bladenboro 


19 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 



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Location 



Date 



Inspector 



Btry. C, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) 










(SP) 


Sanford 


19 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Tk Co., 119th Inf. (90-MM Gun; 


1 Parkton 


19 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Med. Det. 505th FA Bn. 










(155-MM Gun, SP) 


Greensboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Hq. Hq. Btry., 505th FA Bn. 










(155-MM Gun, SP) 


Greensboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Hq. Hq. Btry., 540th FA Bn. 










(155-MM Gun, Towed) 










(NGUS) 


High Point 


23 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Btry. A, 540th FA Bn. (155-MM 










Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 


High Point 


23 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Co. B, 120th Inf. 


Winston-Salem 


23 Nov. 


53 


Col. Yowell 


Hq. Hq. Co., 1st Bn. 120th Inf. 


Mount Airy 


23 Nov. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Sv. Btry., 505th FA Bn. 










(155-MM Gun, SP) 


Greensboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nnuamaker 


Btry. A, 505th FA Bn. 










(155-MM Gun, SP) 


Greensboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Nunamaker 


121st AAA Det. (Opns) 


Charlotte 


23 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd Bn. 120th Inf. 


Asheboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Btry. C, 505th FA Bn. 










(155-MM Gun, SP) 


Greensboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Btry. B, 505th FA Bn. (155 MM 










Gun,SP) 


Greensboro 


23 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Hv. Mtr. Co., 120th Inf. 


Leaksville 


23 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Hq. Hq. Btry., 252nd FA Gp. 


Greensboro 


24 Nov. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Co. C, 378th Engr. Bn. (C) 










(Army) (NGUS) 


Statesville 


24 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Co. D, 120th Inf. 


Winston-Salem 


24 Nov. 


53 


Col Yowell 


Btry. C, 112th FA Bn. 


N. Wilkesboro 


24 Nov. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Co. C. 120th Inf. 


Lexington 


24 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Med. Co., 120th Inf. 


Mocksville 


24 Nov. 


53 


Col. Patrick 


Co. A, 120th Inf. 


Burlington 


24 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Hq. Hq. Co., 120th Inf. 


Reidsville 


24 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Hq. Hq. Btry. IV Corps Arty. 


Charlotte 


30 Nov. 


53 


Col. HaUiday 


Hq. Hq. & Sv. Co., 378th Engr. 










Bn. (C) (Army) (NGUS) 


Charlotte 


30 Nov. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Co. I, 120th Inf. 


Newton 


30 Nov. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Hq. Hq.Btry., 112th FA Bn. 


Lenoir 


30 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Co. F. 120th Inf. 


Albemarle 


30 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


30th Signal Co. 


Canton 


30 Nov. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Btry. A, 112th FA Bn. 


Forest City 


30 Nov. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Hq. Hq. Btry 449th FA Bn. 










(Obsn) (NGUS) 


Charlotte 


1 Dec. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Co. B, 378th Engr. Bn. (C) 










(Army) (NGUS) 


Charlotte 


1 Dec. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Co. K, 120th Inf. 


Gastonia 


1 Dec. 


53 


Col. Yowell 


Co. L, 120th Inf. 


Morganton 


1 Dec. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Sv. Btry., 112th FA Bn. 


Lenoir 


1 Dec. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Co. G, 120th Inf. 


Salisbury 


1 Dec. 


53 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Sv. Co., 120th Inf. 


Asheville 


1 Dec. 


53 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Btry. B, 112th FA Bn. 


Spindale 


1 Dec. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 


Btry. C, 449th FA Bn. 










(Obsn) (NGUS) 


Monroe 


2 Dec. 


53 


Col. Halliday 


Co. A, 378th Engr. Bn. (C) 










(Army) (NGUS) 


Lincolnton 


2 Dec. 


53 


Col. Dark 


Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd Bn. 120th Inf. 


Kings Mountain 2 Dec. 


53 


Col. Yowell 


Co. M, 120th Inf. 


Shelby 


2 Dec. 


53 


Col. Axup 


Co. H. 120th Inf. 


Hickory 


2 Dec. 


53 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Co. E, 120th Inf. 


Concord 


2 Dec. 


53 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Tk. Co., 120th Inf 










(90-MM Gun) 


Waynesville 


3 Dec. 


53 


Maj. Fuller 



Report of The Adjutant General 91 

2. Armory Inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The organization commander, first sergeant, supply sergeant and 
administrative, maintenance and supply technician will be present at the 
armory at the time designated for the administrative inspection. There will 
also be an inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organiza- 
tion and the adequacy of equipment. The time devoted to the training in- 
spection should not exceed the time required in a normal armory drill period. 
The hours of these two parts of the inspection will be set by arrangement be- 
tween the unit commander and the inspecting officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and prepared for inspection. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer 
may check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 22 April 1953, and present the unit for inspection 
according to directives contained therein. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Ad.tittant Gener.\l's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 15 October 1953 

No. 40 

Reorganization of State HQ and HQ DETCH N( NG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter. National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4— N. C, Subject: "Table of Organization, State Headquarters and 
Headquarters Detachment," dated 9 October 1953, the Headquarters and 
Headquarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, is reorganized in 
accordance with the following Table of Organization, effective 1 October h95S: 



92 Report of The Adjutant General 



Line Grade 


National Guard 
Section 


Selective Service 
Section 


Total 


1 Maj. Gen. 

2 Brig. Gen. 

3 Col. 

4 Lt. Col. 

5 Maj. 

6 Capt. 

7 1st. Lt. 


1 
2 
4 
*3 
3 
1 


2 
4 
7 
2 


1 
4 

8 
10 

5 

1 


Total 
8 Commissioned 


14 


15 


29 


9 WO 




1 


1 


10 M/Sgt. 

11 Sfc. 

12 Sgt. 

13 Cpl. 

14 Pfc. 

15 Pvt. 


2 
3 
4 
5 
13 




2 
3 
4 
5 
13 


Total 
16 Enlisted 


27 




27 


17 Aggregate 


41 


16 


57 



* One Maj position is for Army Aviator, MOS 1981 or 1066, only. 

2. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 

3. This Table of Organization supersedes previous Table of Organization 
contained in General Orders No. 31, this Department, dated 1 December 1952. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 26 October 1953 

No. 41 

Kt-organization and Hedesigiiation of Siyiial Dt'tachiiieut, N('N(J 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — Gen, Subject: "Reorganization and Redesignation of National 
Guard Unit," dated 8 September 1953, the following units of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard are hereby reorganized and redesignated in accordance 



Report of The Adjutant General 93 

with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 1 October 1^5S. Maximum authorized 
strength is as indicated: 

Maximum 

Authorized 

Strength 



Unit Applicable T/O^E fVO EM 



123rd Signal Detachment (Radar Maintenance 
Unit, Type E) 11-500A, 1 July 53 1 4 

382nd Signal Detachment (Radar Maintenance 

Unit, Type E) (NGUS) 11-500A, 1 July 52 1 4 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Operations Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Gkneral Orders 31 October 1953 

No. 42 

Keui'ganizatiun Heiitlquarters, North Carolina Air National Guard 

PAC 6th Ind, Ltr NG-AFOTP 325.4 (Hq, Air) NC (30 July 53), subject: 
"Reorganization, Hq, State ANG," Hq, NC ANG is reorganized in accordance 
with TABLE OF DISTRIBUTION HEADQUARTERS NORTH CAROLINA 
AIR NATIONAL GUARD, dated 20 October 1953, effective 1 November 195S. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL ' Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 10 November 1953 

No. 43 

Organl/ati«>n of Init, N('N(i 
1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau, NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — N. C, subject: "Authority to Organize National Guard Unit 



94 Report of The Adjutant General 

Effective 10 August 1953," dated 27 July 1953, the following unit is organized 
as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective 16 November 1953, 
under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indicated: 

Required for Fed. 
Recognition 



Unit Designation Home Station Applicable T/Oi^E Of 13 WO EM 



Battery A, 295th Field Beaufort, N. C. 6-137, 15 May 52 1 10 

Artillery Battalion w/Cl 

2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer : 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

AD.JUTANT General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 12 November 1953 

No. 44 

Section I 
Reorganization of National Guard Units, NCNG 

Pursuant to authority contained in NGB Bulletin, Vol, IV, No. 37, dated 
28 October 1953, the following units of the North Carolina National Guard 



Report of The Adjutant General 



95 



are hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 
20 November W53. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant 
officers is as indicated: 



Un it 



Maximum Auth. Strength 
T/O'JE and Date Off WO EM 



Headquarters Company, 30th Infantry 

Division (Less Separate Detachment) 7-2, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Separate Detachment, Headquarters 
Company, 30th Infantry Division 

(Light Aviation Section) ..-- 7-2, 15 May 52 

W/Cl 

Medical Detachment, Division Head- 
quarters, 30th Infantry Division 7-2, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

30th Signal Company (Infantry Divi- 
sion) 11-7, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Hq. & Hq. Companv, 119th Infantrv.- 7-12, 15 May 52 

w/C3 

Service Companv, 119th Infantry 7-13, 15 Mav 52 

w/Cl, 2 



Heavy Mortar Company, 119th 
Infantry 



Tank Company, 119th Infantry 
(90-mmGun) 



7-14, 15 May 52 
w/C3 

17-37, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 



Medical Company, 119th Infantry 8-7, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 



Hq. &Hq. Co., 1st Bn. 119th 
Infantry 



7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C, 2 



Companv A, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company B, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company C, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company D, 119th Infantry 7-18, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 



Hq. &Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 119th 
Infantry 



7-16, 15 May 52 
w/Cl, 2 



Company E, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company F, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 



13 

23 

5 

6 

6 

13 

11 

6 

6 

6 

5 

11 
6 
6 



92 

16 

11 

286 
185 
133 
137 
108 
146 

81 
165 
165 
165 
127 

81 
165 
165 



96 



Report of The Adjutant General 

Maximum Auth. Strength 



Unit 



T/O^E and Date 



Company G, 119th Infantry 7-17, IS May 52 

w/Cl 

Company H, 119th Infantry 7-18, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 119th 

Infantry.- 7-16, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 

Company I, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company K, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company L, 119th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company M, 119th Infantry 7-18, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 120th Infantry.. 7-12, 15 May 52 

w/C3 

Service Company, 120th Infantry 7-13, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 

Heavy Mortar Company, 120th 

Infantry 7-14, 15 May 52 

w/C3 

Tank Company, 120th Infantry 

(90mm Gun) 17-37, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Medical Company, 120th Infantry 8-7, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st Bn. 120th 

Infantry 7-16, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 

Company A, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company B, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company C, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 

w/Cl 

Company D, 120th Infantry 7-18, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 120th 

Infantry 7-16, 15 May 52 

w/Cl, 2 



Off 
6 

5 

11 

6 
6 
6 

5 

23 
5 



WO 



EM 

165 

127 

81 
165 
165 
165 
127 
185 
133 

137 



6 


1 


108 


13 





146 


11 




81 


6 




165 


6 




165 


6 




165 


5 




127 



11 



81 



Report of The Adjutant General 97 

Maximum Auth. Strength 
Unit T/O&E and Date Off WO EM 



Company E, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 6 1 165 

w/Cl 

Company F, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 6 1 165 

w/Cl 

Company G, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 6 1 165 

w/Cl 

Company H, 120th Infantry 7-18, 15 May 52 5 1 127 

w/Cl, 2 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 120th 

Infantry._.._ 7-16, 15 May 52 11 1 81 

w/Cl, 2 

Company I, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 6 1 165 

w/Cl 

Company K, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 6 1 165 

w/Cl 

Company L, 120th Infantry 7-17, 15 May 52 6 1 165 

w/Cl 

Company M, 120th Infantry 7-18, 15 May 52 5 1 127 

w/Cl, 2 

Hq. Hq. Battery, 130th Antiaircraft 
Artillery Bn. (Automatic Weapons) 44-76, 15 May 52 12 3 109 

(Self-Propelled) w/Cl 

Battery A, 130th Antiaircraft Artil- 
lery Bn. (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Battery B, 130th Antiaircraft Artil- 
lery Bn. (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Battery C, 130th Antiaircraft Artil- 
lery Bn. (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Battery D, 130th Antiaircraft Artil- 
lery Bn. (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 252nd AAA 
Group 

Battery A, 295th Field Artillery 
Battalion 



44-77, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 


6 


1 


120 


44-77, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 


6 


1 


120 


44-77, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 


6 


1 


120 


44-77, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 


6 


1 


120 


6-501, 8 Aug. 49 
w/Cl, 2, 3, & 
RT 6-501-22 


32 


4 


101 


44-12A lOApr.52 
w/Cl 


13 


8 


63 


6-137, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


5 


1 


100 



98 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Maximum Auth. Strength 



Unit 



Hq & Hq. Service Company, 378th 
Engineer Battalion (Combat) 
(Army) (NGUS) 

Company A, 378th Engineer Bat- 
talion (Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 

Company B, 378th Engineer Bat- 
talion (Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 

Company C, 378th Engineer Bat- 
tahon (Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 

217th Antiaircraft Artillery Detach- 
ment (Radio Controlled Airplane 
Target) 

3624th Ordnance Company 
(Direct Suport) 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 30th Division 
Artillery (In Part) 



T/O'^E and Date 


Off 


JVO 


EM 


5-36A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/C2 


13 


5 


89 


5-3 7A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/Cl 


5 


1 


119 


5-3 7A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/Cl 


5 


1 


119 


5-3 7A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/Cl 


5 


1 


119 


44-8A, 15 Mar. 52 
w/Cl, 2 & 3 


1 





13 


9-7A, 17Juiv52 
w/Cl 


6 


3 


136 


6-lOlA, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 


4 









Section II 

Amendment of General Orders 

So much of General Orders No. 41, this Department, dated 26 October 1953, 
pertaining to the 123rd Signal Detachment (Radar Maintenance Unit, Type 
E) as reads "1 Jul 53" is AMENDED to read "1 Jul 52." 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
A6jntant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 45 



30 November 1953 



l{<'(>i-^aiii/.a(i(>n of \atioiuiI («iiar<l I'liits, \<'\(» 

Pursuant to authority contained in NGB Bulletin, Vol. IV, No. 45, dated 
25 November 1953, the following units of the North Carolina National Guard 
are heretby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E's indicated below, effective 
1 December 1953. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant 
officers is as indicated: 



Report of The Adjutant General 99 

Maximum Auih. Strength 



Unit 



T/'dOE and Date Off WO EM 



Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division 7-1, 15 May 52 
(In Part) vv/Cl (Inc. Mil. 

Govt Augm) 

*Separate Detchment, Headquarters 7-2, 15 May 52 

Company, 30th Infantry Division \v/C2 

(Light .Aviation Section) 

Headquarters Company, 30th Infantry . 7-2, 15 May 52 
Division (Less Separate Detchment) \v/C2 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 119th Infantry 7-12, 15 May 52 

w/C4 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 120th Infantry 7-12, 15 Mav 52 

w/C4 



Service Company, 119th Infantry 
Service Company, 120th Infantry 



7-13, 15 May 52 
w/C3 

7-13, 15 May 52 
w/C3 



Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 119th Infantry 7-16, 15 May 52 

\v/C3 



Company -A, 119th Infantry 

Company B, 119th Infantry 

Company C, 119th Infantry 

Company D, 119th Infantry 

Hq. &Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 119th 
Infantry 

Company E, 119th Infantry 
Company F, 119th Infantry 
Company G, 119th Infantry 
Company H, 119th Infantry 



Hq. & Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 119th 
Infantry 

Company I, 119th Infantry 



7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 

7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 

7-17, 15 Mav 52 
w/C2 

7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C3 

7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C3 

7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 

7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 

7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 

7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C3 

7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C3 



29 



23 



23 



11 
6 
6 
6 
5 

11 
6 
6 
6 
5 

11 
6 



5 



53 
16 

93 
185 
185 
133 
133 

81 
165 
165 
165 
127 

81 
165 
165 
165 
127 

81 
165 



7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 

* In par 08, line 01, T/O&E 7-2, the officers should be one Captain and five Lieuten- 
ants (reference C2, T/O&E 7-2). 



100 



Report of The Adjutant General 

Maximuvi Auth. Strength 



Unit 



Company K, 119th Infantry 

Company L, 119th Infantry 

Company M, 119th Infantry 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 120th 
Infantry 

Company A, 120th Infantry 

Company B, 120th Infantry 

Company C, 120th Infantry 

Company D, 120th Infantry 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 120th 
Infantry 

Company E, 120th Infantry 

Company F, 120th Infantry 

Company G, 120th Infantry 

Company H, 120th Infantry 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 120th 
Infantry 

Company I, 120th Infantry 
Company K, 120th Infantry 
Company L, 120th Infantry 
Company M, 120th Infantry 
Medical Company, 119th Infantry 



T/a^E and Date 


Of w 
6 ] 


EM 


7-\7, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 ] 


165 


7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


5 ] 


127 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


11 ] 


81 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 ] 


165 


7-17, IS May 52 
w/C2 


6 ] 


165 


7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


5 


[ 127 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


11 


[ 81 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


I 165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


165 


7-18. 15 May 52 
w/C3 


5 


I 127 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


11 


81 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


I 165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


6 


I 165 


7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


5 


I 127 


8-7, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


13 ( 


) 146 



Report of The Adjutant General 101 

Maximum Auth. Strength 



Unit 



Medical Company, 120th Infantry 

3624th Ordinance Company 
(Direct Support) 

30th Signal Company (Infantry 
Division) 

Medical Detachment, Division Head- 
quarters, 30th Infantry Division 

By Order of the Governor: 



OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



T/0\3E and Date 


Off WO EM 


8-7, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


13 146 


9-1 k, 17 July 52 
w/C2 


6 3 136 


11-7, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


13 4 286 


7-2, 15 May 52 
w/C2 


1 11 




John H. Manning 




Major General 




The Adjutant General 



State of North Cabolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 46 



1 December 1953 



Organization of Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau NG- 
AROTO 325.4 — NC, subject: "Authority to Organize National Guard Unit 
Effective 20 October 1053," dated 22 October 1953, the following unit is organ- 
ized as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective 7 December 1958, 
under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indicated: 





Ho7ne 
Station 


Applicable T/O^E 

6-137, 15 May 52 
w/Cl & 2 


Required for 
Fed. Recognition 


Unit Designation 


Off y WO EM 


Battery C, 295th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (155-mm 
Hov?., Towed) 


Smithfield 

N. C. 


1 10 



102 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 103 



State of Nouth Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Gexral Orders 1 December 1953 

No. 47 

1. With profound sorrow the death of 1ST LT LEE ROY CARA- 
WAN, 0988436, Arty, NCNG, on 25 August 1953, is announced. 

2. Lt Carawan was born at Belhaven, N. C, on 17 July 1925 and 
was the son of Grover C. and Annie Tripp Carawan. He enlisted in 
the US Navy (SN-S340231) on 13 October 1943 and served as a 
gunner, attached to the Merchant Marine, until 24 March 1946. After 
receiving his discharge he lived in Greenville, N. C, and was mar- 
ried to Stella Sadler of Hobucken, N. C, in February 1947. Lt Cara- 
wan was associated with the Standard Oil Company, with distribu- 
torship in Greenville, N. C, during this association he attended high 
school at Belhaven, N. C, graduating therefrom in 1946. 

3. Lt Carawan was a young man of sterling qualities. He was 
admired by and had the confidence of those with whom he came in 
contact. In his sudden death, his community lost a valued citizen. 
The Armed Forces has lost a most valuable, efficient, and faithful 
officer. 

4. RECORD OF MILITARY SERVICE SINCE 18 JANUARY 1949. 
— Lt Carawan served as an enlisted man, Btry C, 690th FA Bn., 
NCNG, during the period 18 January 1949 to 15 June 1950, rising 
from the grade of Recruit to Sergeant First Class. After demon- 
stration of his capabilities, he was appointed as 2nd Lt., Arty, NCNG, 
and assigned as Ex. Asst., Btry., C, 690th FA Bn., NCNG station 
Greenville, N. C, effective 16 June 1950. Lt Carawan entered Active 
Military Service with Btry C, 690th FA Bn., NCNG, on 23 January 
1951, receiving a promotion to 1st Lt., NCNG, 6 August 1953. 1st Lt 
Carawan died on 25 August 1953 near Kitzingen, Germany, as the 
result of severe multiple injuries, incurred while he was a passenger 
in an airplane which was involved in an accident during field 
maneuvers. 

5. NEXT OF KIN.— Mrs. Stella Sadler Carawan (Wife); three 
sons, Jerry C. Carawan, Lee Roy Carawan, Jr., and Eddie Carawan, 
all of Sunset Avenue, Greenville, North Carolina. 

By Order of the Governor: 

Military Administrative Officer 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

David W. Donovan The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



104 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 16 December 1953 

No. 48 

Activation NC ANG Units 

Pursuant to authority contained in 2nd Indorsement to letter, Departments 
of the Army and the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, file NG-AFOTP 325.4 
(Air) NC, subject: "Proposed Allotment, 123rd Air Base Group," dated 3 
December 1953, the activation of the following North Carolina Air National 
Guard Units is hereby announced, effective 4 January 1954, with station at 
Morris Field, Charlotte, North Carolina, and organizational structure as 
indicated. The units will be presented for Federal recognition in accordance 
with the provisions of ANGR 20-38. 

Unit T/0 Date Composition 



Hq., 123rd Air 1-8022P 1 Dec. 51 1 x Part II 

Base Group 

123rd Communi- 1-2233 1 Jan. 52 1 x Parts IIB, IIH, 4 52 

cations Squadron 110, IIP, IIQ, IIY, 

IIAJ, IIAP, IIAU, 
2 X Parts III, IIV 

123rd Air Police 1-8035 1 Apr. 52 1 x Parts IIA, IIH, 3 55 

2 X Parts HE, IIF; 

3 X Part IIG 

123rd Food Ser- 1-8020 1 Oct. 52 1 x Part UN 1 1 84 

vice Squadron 

123rd Installations 1-8503P 1 Jan. 52 1 x Part II less 3 1 89 

Squadron 1 x Part IIC 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



1954— GENERAL ORDERS 



General Orders 
No. 1 



State ob^ North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



4 January 1954 



Keorganization 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron \(" A\G 

Pursuant to authority contained in 2nd Indorsement to letter, Departments 
of the Army and the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, file NG-AFOTP 325.4 
(Air) NC, subject: "Proposed Allotment, 123rd Air Base Group," dated 3 
December 1953, the 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, North Carolina Air 
National Guard, is hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O's indicated be- 
low, effective 4 January 1954. 



T/0 



Date 



Composition 



156th Ftr-Bmr. Sq. 

Augmentation: 

Maintenance 
Supply 

Motor Vehicle 
Medical 



T/D-A Trainer Operator Supervisor 
By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Willard R. Bloxton 
Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



1-1256P 1 Dec. 51 1 x Part II 



1-7504? 


1 Dec. 


51 


1 X Part IIB 


1-7502P 


1 Dec. 


51 


1 X Part IIB 


1-8504P 


1 Dec. 


51 


1 X Part IIA 


1-9022 


1 Jan. 


52 


1 X Part HAD 



Off 
30 



Amn 
123 



1 45 

2 48 
2 69 
1 3 

- 1 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



General Orders 
No. 2 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



5 January 1954 



Reorganization of State Hq and Hq Detch NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4— NC, Subject: "Table of Organization, State Headquarters 
and Headquarters Detachment," dated 8 December 1953, the Headquarters and 
Headquarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, is reorganized in 
accordance with the following Table of Organization, effective 1 December 
195S. 



106 Report of The Adjutant General 



Grade 



1 


Maj. Gen. 


2 


Brig. Gen. 


3 


Col. 


4 


Lt. Col. 


5 


Maj. 


6 


Capt. 


7 


1st. Lt. 



National Guard 


Selective Service 


To/i 


Section 




Section 




1 






1 


2 




2 


4 


4 




4 


8 


*3 




7 


10 


3 




2 


5 


1 






1 



Total 

Commissioned 14 15 29 



WO 



10 

11 


M/Sgt. 
Sfc. 


12 
13 
14 


Sgt. 
Cpl. 
Pfc. 


15 


Pvt. 



3 3 

5 5 

6 6 



5 



16 


Total 
Enlisted 


27 




27 


17 


Aggregate 


41 


16 


57 



* One Maj. position is for an Army Aviator, MOS 1981 or 1066, Only 

2. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 

3. This Table of Organization supersedes previous Table of Organization 
contained in General Orders No. 40, this Department, dated 15 October 1953. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. M.\nning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Au.ji'TANT General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 21 January 1954 

No. 3 

Reorganization 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron NC ANG 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter, Departments of the Army and 
the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, file NG-AFOTP, subject: "Reorganiza- 
tion, 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron," dated 13 January 1954, the 156th 
Fighter-Bomber Squadron. North Carolina Air National Guard, is hereby 



Report of The Adjutant General 



107 



reorganized in accordance with T/O's indicated below, effective 1 February 
1954. 





T/0 
I-1253P 


Date 


Compos itio7i 


Off 
31 


Amn 


156th Ftr-Bmr. Sq. 


1 Dec. 51 


1 X Part II 


132 


Augmentation: 












Maintenance 
Supply 

Motor Vehicle 
Medical 


1-7504P 
1-7502 P 
1-8504P 
1-9022 


1 Dec. 51 
1 Dec. 51 
1 Dec. 51 
1 Jan. 52 


1 X Part IIB 
1 X Part IIB 
1 X Part IIA 
1 X Part HAD 


1 
2 
2 
1 


45 
48 
69 

3 



T/D-A Trainer Operator Supervisor 
By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 

WiLLARD R. BLOXTON 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjjitant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



General Orders 
No. 4 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



Annual Inspection, NC ANG 



15 February 1954 



Pursuant to Sections 67 and 93, National Defense Act, as amended, the 
Annual Federal Inspection of the following North Carolina Air National 
Guard units will be conducted by representatives of the Inspector General of 
the Fourteenth Air Force during the period 25 February through 2 March 
1954. The Inspections will be conducted in accordance with directives con- 
tained in ANGR 123-1. 



Unit 



Station 



156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron Charlotte 

156th Tactical Forecasting Flight Charlotte 

263rd Communications Squadron, Operations Wadesboro-Badin 

USP& DO Raleigh 

Headquarters, North Carolina ANG Charlotte 



By Order of the Governor: 
OFFICIAL 

WiLLARD R. BLOXTON 

Military Executive Officer 
AfJhitant General' s Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



108 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 23 February 1954 

No. 5 

Reorganization 268i'(1 ("oiHinunicatioiis S(iiia<li'oii, Operations, NC AXCi 

Pursuant to authority contained in Letter, Departments of the Army and 
Air Force, National Guard Bureau, NG-AFOTP, subject: "Reorganization, 
263rd Communications Squadron, Operations," the 263rd Communications 
Squadron, Operations, North Carolina Air National Guard, is hereby reorgan- 
ized in accordance with TO listed below, effective 1 March 195Jf. 

WADESBORO, N. C. 
T/0 Date Composition Authorized Strength 



Off Amn 



1-2233 1 Jan. 52 1 x Parts IIB, UN, IIV, HAG, IIAL, 6 63 69 

IIAP, IIT, IIG; 
3 X Parts IIZ 

BADIN, N. C. 
T/0 Date Composition Authorized Strength 



1-2233 1 Jan. 52 1 x Parts UN, IIV, IIAL, IIAP, IIT, 2 34 36 

IIG, IIZ 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 1 March 1954 

No. 6 • 

1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations, 48, 30 October 1950, Annual 
Armory Inspection of the following North Carolina National Guard units will 
be conducted by officers detailed by the Commanding General, Third Army, 
at the places and on the dates indicated: 



Report of The Adjutant General 109 

(j'nit Location Date Inspector 



Hq. Hq. Det., NC NG Raleigh 26 Apr. 54 Col. Dark 

Co. A, 119th Inf. Oxford 26 Apr. 54 Lt. Col. Murchison 

.1624th Ord, Co. (D/S) Biitncr 27 Apr. 54 Lt. Col. Murchison 

2. Armory Inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The organization commander, first sergeant, supply sergeant and 
administrative, maintenance and supply technician will be present at the 
armory at the time designated for the administrative inspection. There will 
also be an inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organiza- 
tion and the adequacy of equipment. The time devoted to the training inspec- 
tion should not exceed the time required in a normal armory drill period. 
The hours of these two parts of the inspection will be set by arrangement 
between the unit commander and the inspecting officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and prepared for inspection. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer may 
check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 22 April 1953, and present the unit for inspection 
according to directives contained therein. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 3 March 1954 

No. 7 

Organization of Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4— NC, subject: "Authority to Organize National Guard Unit 
Under Public Law 461," dated 24 February 1954, the following unit is organ- 
ized as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective ^ March W5/i, 
under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indicated: 



Home 
Unit Designation Station Applicable T/Oi^E 



Required for 
Fed. Recosn. 



Battery C, 540th Field Artil- Siler City, 6-417A, 1 Feh. 53 
lerv Battalion (155-mm N. C. 

Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 




110 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit WD NGB Form 100. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 
Adjut.\nt General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 8 March 1954 

No. 8 

Reorganization of State Hq and Hq Detch NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4 — NC, Subject: "Table of Organization, State Headquarters 
and Headquarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, is reorganized 
in accordance with the following Table of Organization, effective 1 April W5.>i. 



Report of The Adjutant General 111 



National Guard Selective Service Total 

Line Grade Section Section 



1 1 

3 2 5 

3 4 7 

*4 6 10 

3 2 5 



1 


MajGn 


2 


Brig. Gen 


3 


Col. 


4 


Lt. Col. 


5 


Maj. 


6 


Capt. 


7 


1st. Lt. 



7 


1st. Lt. 


1 




1 


8 


Total 
Commissioned 


15 


14 


29 


9 


WO 




1 


1 



10 


M/Sgt. 


11 


Sfc. 


12 


Sgt. 


13 


Cpl. 


14 


Pfc. 


15 


Pvt. 



3 3 

5 5 

6 6 
8 8 
5 5 



16 


Total 
Enlisted 


27 




27 


17 


Aggregate 


42 


15 


57 



* One Maj. position is for an Army Aviation, MOS 1981 or 1066, only 

2 Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 

3. This Table of Organization supersedes previous Table of Organization 
contained in General Orders No. 2, this Department, dated 5 January 1954. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 11 March 1954 

No. 9 

Organization of Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority containetd in letter National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4— NC, subject: "Authority to Organize National Guard Unit 
Under Public Law 461," dated 4 March 1954, the following unit is organized 
as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective 16 March 1954, 
under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indicated: 



112 Report of The Adjutant General 



Home 



Required for 
Fed. Recognition 



Unit Designation Station Applicable T/Ol^E Of ^ WO EM 



Battery B, 449th Field Mooresville, 6-577, 15 June 53 1 3 

Artillery Battalion N. C. 

(Observation) (NGUS) 

2. Maximum authorized strengtli for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NOR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 12 March 1954 

No. 10 

Reorganization of Headquarters, 30th Infantry DivLsion (In Part) NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter. National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.43— NC (14 Dec. 53), Subject: "Allotment of Positions, Head- 
quarters, 30th Infantry Division," dated 8 March 1954, the Headquarters, 30th 
Infantry Division (In Part), North Carolina National Guard, is reorganized 
in accordance with T/O&E 7-1, 15 May 1952, with Changes No. 1, 13 April 1953, 
with an allotment of grades and positions are indicated below, effective 1 
April ]95Jf. 



Report of The Adjutant General 



113 



a. TOTAL OFFICERS AND WARRANT OFFICERS BY GRADE: 

Authorized Grade North Carolina Tennessee 



1 


Major General 


1 


Brigadier General 


1 


Colonel 


12 


Lieutenant Colonel 


21 


Major 


16 


Captain 


7 


Lieutenant 


59 




10 


Warrant Officer 





1 


1 




1 




6 


6 


11 


10 


8 


8 


3 


4 


30 


29 


5 


5 



Authorized 

13 
17 
25 
37 
12 
3 

107 



b. TOTAL enlisted MEN BY GRADE 

Grade 



M/Sgt. E-7 
Sfc. E-6 
Sgt. E-5 
Cpl. E-4 
Pfc. E-3 
Pvt. E-2 



7 


6 


9 


8 


12 


13 


18 


19 


6 


6 


1 


2 



S3 



54 



2. a. Breakdown by grade and assignment, Officers and Warrant Officers: 



Authorize 


d Grade 


Assignment 


MOS Code 
0002 


N. C. 


Tenn. 




Maj. Gen. 


Div. Comd. 




1 




Brig. Gen. 


Div. Comd., Asst. 


0002 


1 






Colonel 


Chief of Staff 


2010 


1 






I Lt. Col. 


Adj. Gen. 


2110 


1 






I Lt. Col. 


Asst. C. ofS. Gl 


2260 




1 




I Lt. Col. 


Asst. C. ofS. G2 


9301 


1 






I Lt. Col. 


Asst. C. ofS. G3 


2162 


1 






I Lt. Col. 


Asst. C. ofS. G4 


4010 


1 






[ Lt. Col. 


Ch 


5310 




1 




I Lt. Col. 


Chemical 


7314 


1 






[ Lt. Col. 


Finance 


6201 




1 




I Lt. Col. 


Inspector Gen. 


9310 


1 






I Lt. Col. 


JAG 


8103 




1 




I Lt. Col. 


Surg. 


3000 




1 




t Lt. Col. 


Mil. Govt. 


8104 




1 




Major 


Admin. Asst. 


2110 




1 




Major 


Asst. Gl 


2260 


1 






I Major 


Asst. G2 


9301 


1 






I Major 


Asst. G3 


2162 


1 


1 




I Major 


Asst. G4 


4010 




1 




I Major 


Avn. 


1981 


1 






I Major 


Ch. Asst. 


5310 




1 




I Major 


C. of S. Asst. 


2010 




1 




Major 


G2Air 


2164 




1 




Major 


G3 Air 


2164 


1 






Major 


Hq. Comdt. 


2901 


1 






Major 


Med. Inspector 


3005 


1 






Major 


Neuropsychiatrist 


3130 




1 




Major 


Pub. Info. 


5401 


1 






Major 


Special Service 


5000 


1 






I Major 


Trans. Asst. G4 


0692 




1 



114 



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Authorized Grade 


Assignment 


MOS Code 
5004 


N. C. 
1 


Tenn. 


1 Major 


Troop I & E Asst. G3 




1 Major 


Mil. Govt. Asst. 


8104 




1 


2 Major 


Asst. JAG 


8103 


1 


1 


2 Captain 


Admin. Asst. 


2110 


2 




1 Captain 


Aide 


2030 




1 


1 Captain 


Asst G2 


9301 


1 




1 Captain 


Ch. Asst. 


5310 




1 


1 Captain 


Ch. Asst. 


7314 


1 




Captain 


Finance Disb. 


6201 


1 




1 Captain 


Inspector Gen. Asst. 


9310 


1 




2 Captain 


JAG Asst. 


8103 




2 


1 Captain 


Order of Battle 


9318 






3 Captain 


Liaison 


1930 


1 




1 Captain 


Photo Intpr. 


8503 






1 Captain 


Troop I & E, Asst. G3 


5004 


1 




3 Lt. 


Aide 


2030 


2 




1 Lt. 


Photo Intpr. 


8503 






2 Lt. 


Postal 


0030 


1 




1 Lt. 


Pub. Info. Asst. 


5401 






1 WO 


Admin. Asst. 


2200 






1 WO 


Admin. Asst. 


2210 






3 WO 


Admin. Asst. 


2600 


3 




1 WO 


Admin. Asst. Legal 


2601 






1 WO 


Auditing 


6110 


1 




1 WO 


Fin. Disb. 


6201 






1 WO 


Med. Asst. 


3506 






1 WO 


Motor 


0600 


1 





b. Breakdown by grade and assignment, enlisted men: 



1 M/Sgt. 


Army Mail Clk. 


1056 


1 




2 M/Sgt. 


Chief Clk. 


1502 


2 




1 M/Sgt. 


Chief Clk. 


1622 






1 M/Sgt. 


Chief Clk. 


1666 






1 M/Sgt. 


ChitfClk. 


■ 1870 


1 




1 M/Sgt. 


Chief Opns. Clk. 


1814 


1 




1 M/Sgt. 


ChitfPers. Clk. 


1290 






1 M/Sgt. 


Chief Supply Clk. 


1821 


1 




1 M/Sgt. 


Court Reporter 


1280 






1 M/Sgt. 


Intel. Sgt. 


1761 


1 




1 M/Sgt. 


Opr. Sgt. 


1814 






1 M/Sgt. 


Pers. Sgt. 


1290 






5 Sfc. 


Admin. Supervisor 


1502 


3 




1 Sfc. 


Asst. Chief Sup. Clk. 


1821 






2 Sfc. 


Asst. Opr. Sgt. 


1814 


2 




1 Sfc. 


Editor 


1569 


1 




1 Sfc. 


High Speed Steno 


1280 






1 Sfc. 


Legal Clk. 


1279 






1 Sfc. 


Pers. Mgt. Supv. 


1290 






1 Sfc. 


Photo Intpr. Sgt. 


1890 






2 Sfc. 


Secretary-Steno 


1213 


1 




1 Sfc. 


Troop I & E, Supv. 


1567 


1 




1 Sfc. 


Vou Div. Chief 


1622 


1 




1 Sgt. 


Accountant 


1622 






7 Sgt. 


Admin. Sped. 


1502 


3 




1 Sgt. 


Asst. Photo Int. Sgt. 


1890 






1 Sgt. 


Cashier 


1622 


1 




1 Sgt. 


Chemical Specialist 


1870 


1 




1 Sgt. 


Operations Sped. 


1814 






1 Sgt. 


Pers. Mgt. Sgt. 


3290 






1 Sgt. 


Photo Intpr. 


1890 







Report of The Adjutant General 115 



Authorized 


Grade 


Assignment 


MOS Code 


A^. C. 


Tenn. 




Sgt. 


Postal Supv. 


1056 




1 




Sgt. 


Pub. Info. Writer 


3569 


1 






Sgt. 


Rad. Script Writer 


3569 




1 




Sgt. 


Sr. Info-Bd. Sped. 


3567 


1 






Sgt. 


Stenographer 


1213 


5 


2 




Cpl. 


Asst. Pers. Mgt. Sped. 


3290 




2 


3 


Cpl. 


Chaplian's Asst. 


4405 




3 


10 


Cpl. 


Clk. Typist 


4405 


6 


4 


7 


Cpl. 


Computor 


4624 


3 


4 


3 


Cpl. 


Draftsman 


4814 


2 


1 




Cpl. 


Pub. Info Writer 


3569 




1 




Cpl. 


Rad. Script Writer 


3567 


1 " 






Cpl. 


Reports Clk. 


4055 


1 






Cpl. 


Sr. Intel. Clk 


4247 


1 






Cpl. 


Sr. Postal Clk. 


4056 


3 


2 




Cpl. 


Stenographer 


1213 




2 




Cpl. 


Troop I & E, Sped. 


3567 


1 






Pfc. 


Abstract Clk. 


4624 




1 


4 


Pfc. 


Clk. Typist 


4405 


2 


2 


2 


Pfc. 


Fin. Clk. Typist 


4624 


1 


2 


1 


Pfc. 


Intelligence Clk. 


4247 


1 




4 


Pfc. 


Postal Clk. 


4056 


2 


2 


3 


Pvt. 


Mail Handler 


4056 


1 


2 



3. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6, NGR 15. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 8 April 1954 

No. 11 

1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations 48, 30 October 1950, Annual 
Armory Inspections of the following North Carolina National Guard units 
will be conducted by officers detailed by the Commanding General, Third 
Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 



116 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Unit 



Location 



Date 



Inspector 



Svc. Btry, 540th FA Bn., 

(155-MM Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 
Btry B, 540th FA Bn. (155-MM 

Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 
Service Center No. 5 
Service Center No. 12 
Btry B, 725th AAA Bn. (AW)(M) 
Service Center No. 8 
Hq. Hq. Btry, 725 AAA Bn. 

(AW) (M) 



High Point 



3 May 54 Col. Halliday 



Thomasville 4 May 54 Col. Halliday 



Winston-Salem 
Whiteville 
Fair Bluff 
Durham 
Whiteville 



4 May 54 

4 May 54 

4 May 54 

5 May 54 
5 May 54 



Col. HaUiday 

Lt. Col. Murchison 

Lt. Col. Murchison 

Col. Halliday 

Lt. Col. Murchison 



2. Armory Inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The organization commander, first sergeant, supply sergeant and 
administrative, maintenance and supply technician will be present at the 
armory at the time designated for the administrative inspection. There will 
also be an inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organiza- 
tion and the adequacy of equipment. The time devoted to the training inspec- 
tion should not exceed the time required in a normal armory drill period. 
The hours of these two parts of the inspection will be set by arrangement 
between the unit commander and the inspecting officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and prepared for inspection. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer may 
check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 22 April 1953, and present the unit for inspection 
according to directives contained therein. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraV,s Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 12 



13 April 1954 



Reorganization of National Guard Units, NONG 

Pursuant to authority contained in NGB Bulletin, Vol. V, No. 17 (Special), 
dated 31 March 1954, the following units of the North Carolina National 
Guard are hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E's indicated below, 
effective 1 May 195.'}. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant 
officers is as indicated: 



Report of The Adjutant General 117 

Maximum Auth. 
Strength 



Unit T/Oi^E and Date Of WO EM 






150 





150 





150 



Company A, 167th Military Police 

Police Battalion 19-37, 26 Sept. 53 

Company B, 167th Military Police 

Battalion 19-37, 26 Sept. 53 

Company C, 167th Military Police 

Battalion - 19-37, 26 Sept. 53 

Hq. Hq. & Service Company, 378th 
Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Army) 

(NGUS) _ 5-36A, 18 Oct. 52 13 5 89 

w/C2, 3 

3264th Ordnance Company (Direct 
Support) 9-7, 21 Oct. 53 6 3 136 

Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division 

(In Part) 7-1, 15 May 52 30 5 53 

w/C2 (Inc. Mil 
Gov. Augm) 

Medical Detachment, Division Head- 
quarters, 30th Infantry Division 7-2, 15 May 52 1 11 

w/C4 

Headquarters Company, 30th Infantry 

Division (Less Separate Detachment).. 7-2, 15 May 52 4 2 93 

w/C4 

Separate Detachment, Headquarters 



Company, 30th Infantry Division 
(Light Aviation Section) 


7-2, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


6 





13 


30th Signal Company, (Infantry 
Division) 


11-7, 15 May 52 
w/C2, 3 


13 


4 


286 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 119th Infantry 


7-12, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


23 


2 


185 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 120th Infantry 


7-12, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


23 


2 


185 


Service Company, 119th Infantry 


7-13, 15 May 52 
w/C4 & 5 


5 


8 


133 


Service Company, 120th Infantry 


7-13, 15 May 52 
w/C4 & 5 


5 


8 


133 


Heavy Mortar Compnay, 119th Infantry 


7-14, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


6 


1 


137 


Heavy Mortar Company, 120th Infantry 


7-14, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


6 


1 


137 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 1st. Battalion 
119th Infantry 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


11 


1 


81 



118 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Unit 



Maximum Auth. 
Strength 

T/Oi^E and Date Off WO EM 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 2nd Battalion 
119th Infantry 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 3rd Battalion, 
119th Infantry 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 1st Battalion, 
120th Infantry 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 2nd Battalion, 
120th Infantry 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 3rd Battalion, 
120th Infantry 



7-16, 15 May 52 11 
w/C4 

7-16, 15 Mav 52 11 
w/C4 

7-16, 15 May 52 11 
w/C4 

7-16, 15 May 52 11 
w/C4 

7-16, 15 May 52 11 
w/C4 



Hq. &Hq. Battery, 30th Division Artil- 
lery (In Part) 6-lOlA, 15 May 52 4 

w/C4 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 112th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion 6-126, 15 May 52 18 

w/C3 

Service Battery, 112th Field Artillery 

Battalion 6-29, 15 May 52 3 

w/Cl, 2 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 113th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion 6-126, 15 May 52 18 

w/C3 

Service Battery, 113th Field Artillery 6-29, 15 May 52 3 

Battalion w/Cl, 2 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 130th Antiaircraft 
Artillery Battalion (Automatic 44-76, 15 May 52 12 

Weapons) (Self-Propelled) w/C3 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, IV Corps Artillery.... 6-501 A, 11 Sept. 53 31 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 449th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (Observation) (NGUS).. 6-576, 15 June 53 17 

w/Cl 

Battery A, 449th Field Artillery 

Battalion (Observation) (NGUS) 6-577, 15 June 53 7 

w/Cl 

Battery A, 449th Field Artillery 

Battalion (Observation) (NGUS) 6-577, 15 June 53 7 

w/Cl 

Battery C, 449th Field Artillerv 

Battalion (Observation) (NGUS) 6-577, 15 June 53 7 

w/Cl 

Service Batterv, 690th Field Artillery 

Battalion (NGUS). . 6-139, 15 May 52 3 

w/Cl, 2 



lis 



50 



2 


115 


2 


50 


3 


104 


5 


99 


6 


130 



135 



135 



135 



51 



Report of The Adjutant General 119 

Maximum Auth. 
Strength 



Unit T/G^E and Date Off WO EM 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 252nd AAA Group 44-12A, 10 Apr. 52 13 8 63 

w/C2 

Service Battery, 505th Field Artillery 

Battalion (155-mm Gun, SP) 6-419A, 1 Feb. 53 3 3 54 

w/Cl 

Service Battery, 540tli Field Artillery 

Battalion (155-mm Gun, Towed) 6-419A, 1 Feb. 53 3 3 54 

(NGUS) w/Cl 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 150th Antiaircraft 

Artillery BattaHon (Gun, 90mm) 44-16A, 1 Dec. 52 12 4 77 

w/Cl 

Battery A, 150th Antiaircraft Artillery 

Battalion (Gun, 90mm) 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 

w/Cl 

Battery B, 150th Antiaircraft Artillery 

Battalion (Gun, 90-mm) 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 

w/Cl 

Battery C, 150th Antiaircraft Artillery 

Battalion (Gun, 90-mm) 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 

w/Cl 

Battery D, 150th Antiaircraft Artillery 

Battahon (Gun, 90-mm) 44-17A, 1 Dec. 52 4 2 106 

w/Cl 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 725th AAA 

Battalion (AW) (Mobil) 44-26A, 19 July 53 12 4 80 

w/Cl 

Battery A, 725th AAA BattaHon (AW) 

(Mobile 44-27A, 19 July 53 6 1 113 

w/Cl 

Battery B, 725th AAA Battalion (AW) 

(Mobile) 44-27A, 19 July 53 6 1 113 

w/Cl 

Battery C, 725th AAA Battalion (AW) 

(Mobile) _ 44-27A, 19 July 53 61 113 

w/Cl 

Battery D, 725th AAA Battalion (AW) 

(Mobile) 44-27A, 19 July 53 6 1 113 

w/Cl 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjvtant General's Department 



120 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 4 May 1954 

No. 13 

Field Training North Carolina Air National Giiar<l 

1. The following units of the North Carolina Air National Guard, Morris 
Field, Charlotte, North Carolina, will mobilize at home station on 12 June 
1954 and will proceed to Travis Field, Savannah, Georgia, for Field Training 
during the period 12 June 1954 to 26 June 1954. Upon completion of field 
training, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, units will return to home 
station. 

Headquarters, North Carolina Air National Guard 
Headquarters, 123rd Air Base Group 

123rd Communications Squadron 

123rd Air Police Squadron 

123rd Food Service Squadron 

123rd Installation Squadron 
156th Fighter Bomber Squadron (Augm) 

156th Tactical Forecasting Flight 

2. Detachments are authorized as follows: Advance Detachment 9 June 
1954 through 11 June 1954 consisting of 9 Officers and 26 Airmen; Food 
Service Training Detachment 8 June 1954 through 11 June 1954 consisting of 
1 Officer and 10 Airmen; Rear Detachment 27 June 1954 consisting of 9 Offi- 
cers and 26 Airmen. 

3. Administration, logistics and training will be in accordance with ANGR 
50-03 as amplified by "Administrative Instruction for Field Training of 
ANG Units, Calendar Year 1954" attached to letter, NGB, file NG-AFOTT 
354.1 (Air) Gen, dated 1 January 1954, and amended by 2nd Ind, NGB, file 
NG-AFOTT 354.1 (Air) NC, 29 March 1954, to letter, Hq, NC ANG, 16 March 
1954, authorizing 1 officer field grade, Hq, NC ANG, ILO 1 officer, Hq, 123rd 
Air Base Group, and applicable Air National Guard and Air Force Regulations. 

4. Authority: Section 94, National Defense Act, as amended, and Train- 
ing Authority Number 34-3-Air-54, National Guard Bureau, dated 13 April 
1954. TDN. TBGAA. TBMAA. Travel by commercial bus authorized. TPA 
at no expense to the government as directed by Chief of Staff", North Carolina 
Air National Guard, provided orders are issued authorizing this mode of 
travel in each individual case. Government messing facilities not being 
available, units are authorized to procure necessary meals for airmen on a 
credit basis not to exceed $1.00 per meal nor $2.50 per day. 5743870 441-1231 
P441-99 P526-01 P551-08 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Art infant GeneraVn Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 121 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 27 May 1954 

No. 14 

Field Traiiiins: Nortli Carolina .Xi-iny National Guard 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act. 
and Training Authority Number 31, National Guard Bureau, dated 16 March 
1954, North Carolina National Guard organizations listed herein will mobilize 
at home stations and will proceed to Camp Stewart, Georgia, for Field Train- 
ing during the period 13 June 1954 to 27 June 1954, inclusive. Upon comple- 
tion of Field Training, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, return to 
home stations: 

Unit 
Hq Hq Btry, 252nd AAA Gp 
150th AAA Bn (Gun, 90-MM) 
130th AAA Bn (AW) (SP) 
725th AAA Bn (AW) (MOBILE) 
121st AAA Detachment (Opns) 
94th Army Band 

217th AAA Detachment (RCAT) 
123rd Signal Detachment (RMU, Type E) 
382nd Signal Detachment (RMU, Type E) (NGUS) 
3624th Ord Co (D/S), 1 Warrant Officer 
CWO Arthur E. Ferrell, W20033S9 

All troops listed above are attached to 252nd AAA Group for administration, 
supply and training for the Field Training period. In compliance with Par. 
36, NGR 45, units will take to Camp at least 50% of officers and 60% of en- 
listed strength. 

2. Detachments: The Commanding Officer. 252nd AAA Group, will desig- 
nate personnel for authorized detachments as follows: 

Advance <ivd Rear Detachments not to exceed a maximum total of 
237 man days. 

3. Transportation: a. Travel to and from Camp will be conducted as a 
troop movement. The maximum use will be made of all Government-owned 
motor vehicles to transport both personnel and organizational equipment. 
Motor convoys will proceed under the direction and command of the Senior 
Officer or an officer designated by him as convoy commander. All Federal 
regulations and state and local laws will be complied with. March orders 
covering motor convoys will be issued by organizations concerned. Copies of 
these orders will be furnished this Department and Headquarters, 252nd AAA 
Group. The amount of equipment and impedimenta transported to and from 
Field Training camps will be strictly limited to training essentials to include 
athletic equipment. Travel of dependents not authorized. 

b. Personnel authorized travel by privately-owned vehicle will be cov- 
ered in separate order. 



122 Report of The Adjutant General 

c. Travel by commercial carrier is authorized for individuals authorized 
to return to home station by Camp Commander prior to completion of Field 
Training period. 

4. Pay: a. Regular payrolls will be submitted to the USP&DO for North 
Carolina, who will accomplish the certificate on the payrolls as to the avail- 
ability of funds. The rolls will be paid by the designated Finance Officer, 
Camp Stewart, Georgia, and payments will be made in cash. The Acting 
USP&DO, North Carolina, will settle all accounts incident to the Camp pay- 
able from Federal funds. 

b. Detachment payrolls will be prepared covering the periods authorized 
for the advance and rear detachments by organizations listed in Par. 1 above. 
These rolls will be briefed to show whether the detachment is advance or 
rear and the organization to which it pertains. The unit to which each indi- 
vidual belongs will be clearly shown in the body of the roll. Personnel of 
these detachments will be paid for the period of the encampment proper on 
the regular payroll of their unit. The detachment payrolls cover only the 
period of additional duty as members of the advance or rear detachments. 

5. Subsistence: The provisions of Par. 22, NCR 45-1, 18 December 1952, as 
amended, will apply. Maximum cost for travel rations during any one 
twenty-four (24) hour period will not exceed $2.57. For less than three (3) 
consecutive meals $1.00 per meal is authorized. The number of meals entitled 
to while traveling, and their purchase, will be as prescribed in Section VI, 
Field Training Circular No. 1, Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, dated 6 May 
1954. Messes while in Camp will be established as directed by Commanding 
Officer, 252nd AAA Group. An officer messing at enlisted men's mess at Camp 
or with enlisted men during the period of travel to and from Camp, will be 
charged in accordance with instructions contained in Circular cited above. 

6. At termination of Camp, the Commanding Officer, 252nd AAA Group, 
will submit to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, a report on the Camp, 
with such recommendations and comments as he may deem advisable. 

7. Orders and regulations in force at Camp will be complied with by all 
concerned. 

8. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred by any officer, enlisted man or organization 
of the North Carolina National Guard except as authorized by this Depart- 
ment. 

9. TDN: TBGAA 2142060 418-1131 PlllO-01 S31-079 

2142060 418-1431 Pn40-08 S31-079 

• 2142060 418-1631 P1160-02 C31-079 

2142060 418-2331 P1221-99 S31-079 

2142060 418-6731 P1670-07 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manxixg 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longkkt The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeveraVs Deportment 



Report of The Adjutant General 123 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 28 June 1954 

No. 15 

Fit'ld Training; 2(i;ii(l ('oinraiiiiii-ations SnH"!'o" Oitcratifnis 

1. The 263rd Communications Squadron, Operations, Wadesboro — Badin, 
North Carolina, will mobilize at home station on 11 July 1954 and will pro- 
ceed to Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, for field training during the period 
11 July to 25 July 1954. Upon completion of field training, unless sooner re- 
lieved by proper authority, unit will return to home station. 

2. Detachments are authorized as follows: Advance Detachment 8 July 
1954 through 10 July 1954, 1 Officer and 1 Airman; Rear Detachment 26 July 
1954, 1 Officer and 1 Airman. 

3. Administration, logistics and training will be in accordance with ANGR 
50-03 as amplified by "Administrative Instructions for Field Training of ANG 
Units, Calendar Year 1954" attached to letter, NGB, file NG-AFOTT 354.1 
(Air) Gen, dated 1 January 1954, and applicable Air National Guard and Air 
Force Regulations. 

4. Authority: Section 94, National Defense Act, as amended, and Training 
Authority Number 34-l-Air-55, National Guard Bureau, dated 22 April 1954. 
TDN. TBGAA. TBMAA. Travel by commercial bus authorized. TPA at no 
expense to the government as directed by Chief of Staff, North Carolina Air 
National Guard, provided orders are issued authorizing this mode of travel 
in each individual case. Government messing facilities not being available, 
units are authorized to procure necessary meals for airmen on a credit basis 
not to exceed $1.00 per meal nor $2.50 per day. 5753870 541-1231 P441-99 
P526-01 P551-08 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Willard R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjxitant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 6 July 1954 

No. 16 

Field Training Nortli Carolina Army National (inard 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act. 
and Training Authority Number 31-B, dated 22 June 1954, Departments of the 
Army and the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, North Carolina National 
Guard organizations listed herein will mobilize at home stations and will 



124 Report of The Adjutant General 

proceed to Fort McClellan, Alabama, ior Field Training during the period 
15 August 1954 to 29 August 1954, inclusive. Upon completion of Field Train- 
ing, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, return to home stations: 

Unit 
Hq Hq Det, NCNG (5 Off and 17 EM from Army Section— Plus 1 WO from 

Selective Service Section) 
Hq 30th Inf Div (In Part) 
Hq Co 30th Inf Div (Less Sep Det) 
Sep Det Hq Co 30th Inf Div (Lt Avn Sec) 
Med Det 30th Inf Div 
30th Signal Co 
119th Inf 
120th Inf 

Hq Hq Btry 30th Div Arty (In Part) 
112th FA Bn 
113th FA Bn 

All non-divisional troops listed above are attached to the 30th Infantry Divi- 
sion for administration, supply and training during the Field Training Period. 
In compliance with Par. 36, NGR 45, units will take to Camp at least 50% 
of officers and 60% of enlisted strength. 

2. The Commanding General, 30th Infantry Division (In Part), will desig- 
nate personnel for authorized detachments as follows: 

Advance and Rear Detachments not to ebcceed a maximum total of 
840 man days. 

3. Transportation: a. Travel to and from Camp will be conducted as a 
troop movement. The maximum use will be made of all Government-owned 
motor vehicles and Army aircraft to transport both personnel and organiza- 
tional equipment. Motor convoys will proceed under the direction and com- 
mand of the Senior Officer or an officer designated by him as convoy com- 
mander. All Federal regulations. State and Local laws will be complied 
with. March orders covering motor convoys will be issued by organizations 
concerned. Copies of these orders will be furnished this Department and 
Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division (In Part). For rail and/or bus move- 
ments, including shuttle movements, see Field Training Circular No. 3, cur- 
rent series, Acting USP&DO for North Carolina, to be published. The follow- 
ing officers are designated Troop Movement Commanders and will assume 
command and responsibility for their trains and the troops thereon: 

Train No. Rank, Name iff SN Station 



A 2nd Lt. Jennings C. Outlaw, 0-2267134 Raleigh, N. C. 

1 Lt. Col. Tom Presnell, 0-345783 Asheboro, N. C. 

2 Major Richard T. Sanders, O-1304124 Durham, N. C. 

3 Major James G. Hudson, O-375402 Winston-Salem, N. 

4 Capt. Samuel A. Carswell, 0-1292474 Waynesville, N. C. 

5 Major Duncan C. Rogers, 0-292295 Salisbury, N. C. 

6 Lt. Col. Herbert H. Taylor, Jr., O-1303968 Tarboro, N. C. 

7 Major William M. Buck, O-1310353 Warsaw, N. C. 

8 Lt. Col. Gordon L Stegall, 0-399393 Oxford, N. C. 

9 Capt. OrviUe N. Monroe, Jr., 0-1337989 Rocky Mount, N. ( 



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125 



Provisions of NGR 70. 15 February 1954. will be complied with. Troop Move- 
ment Commanders will furnish such reports as the Transportation Officer, 
Fort McClellan, Alabama, or the USP&DO for North Carolina, may require. 
Regardless of means employed, the amount of equipment and impedimenta 
transported to and from Field Training camps will be limited to training 
essentials to include athletic equipment. TR to be issued by Acting USP&DO, 
North Carolina, for all rail, commercial air and bus movements. Travel of 
dependents not authorized. 

b. Personnel authorized travel by privately-owned vehicle will be cov- 
ered in separate order. 

c. The following officers are designated as Unit Transportation Officers, 
in addition to their other duties, for entraining points listed: 



2nd Lt. Jennings C. Outlaw, a2267134 
Hq. 30th Inf. Div. (In Part) 

1st. Lt. Leonard T. Robertson, a991723 
Hq. Hq. Co., 120th Inf. 
Hv. Mortar Co., 120th Inf. 

1st. Lt. James R. Foster, 0-979874 

Co. C, 120th Inf. 

Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd. Bn., 120th Inf. 

Capt. Lee R. Barnes, 0-415434 
Hq. Hq. Co., 1st. Bn. 119th Inf. 
Hq. Hq. Co., 119th Inf. 
Co. D, 119th Inf. 

1st. Lt. Thomas C. Bradshaw, O-1340432 
Co. A, 120th Inf. 

2nd. Lt. Cicero E. Overby, O-2270014 
Co. B, 120th Inf. 
Hq. Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., 120th Inf. 
Co. D, 120th Inf. 

Capt. Hugh A. Lagle, 0-843186 
Med. Co., 120th Inf. 

2nd. Lt. Harry E. Stegall, Jr., O-994044 
Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 120th Inf. 
Co. M, 120th Inf. 

Capt. Aaron L. Beach, O-1556085 
Co. H, 120th Inf. 

Capt. William E. Taylor, O-9S9070 
Co. I, 120th Inf. 

Capt. John L. Wiltshire, 0-947672 
Co. L, 120th Inf. 

Capt. Samuel A. Carswell, 0-1292474 
Tank Co., 120th Inf. (90mm Gun) 

2nd Lt. Donald L. Leonard, 0-998467 
Co. G, 120th Inf. 
Co. F, 120th Inf. 



Raleigh, N. C. 
Reidsville, N. C. 

Lexington, N. C. 

Durham, N. C. 

Burlington, N. C. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mocksville, N. C. 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 

Hickory, N. C. 
Newton, N. C. 
Morganton, N. C. 
Waynesville, N. C. 
Salisbury, N. C. 



126 



Report of The Adjutant General 

Concord, N. C. 



1st. Lt. Harry L. Belo, Jr., O-1589690 
Co. E. 120th Inf. 

Capt. William F. Harris. 0-1327144 
Co. K, 120th Inf. 

1st. Lt. John G. Lamm, O-995029 

Med. Co., 119th Inf. 

Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd. Bn. 119th Inf. 

1st. Lt. Wilbur F. Beard, 0-969998 
Co. K, 119th Inf. 

1st. Lt. Rufus E. Smathers, O-2005259 
Tank Co., 119th Inf. (90mm Gun) 

Capt. James C. Kannan, Jr., O-551075 
Co. L, 119th Inf. 

CWO WiUiam B. Whitfield, W-2004000 
Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd. Bn., 119th Inf 
Co. M, 119th Inf. 

Capt. James H. Morse, O-1303759 
Co. I, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Milton Humphreys, 0-1335151 
Co. E, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Samuel T. Arrington, O-20371114 
Co. B, 119th Inf. 

1st. Lt. Charles T. Evans, 0-948351 
Co. C, 119th Inf. 
Co. A, 119th Inf. 

Capt. Orville N. Monroe, Jr., 0-1337989 

Co. F, 119th Inf. 

Hv. Mortar Co., 119th Inf. 

Co. H, 119th Inf. 

Co.G, 119th Inf. 



d. The following officers are designated as Troop Movement Command- 
ers and Unit Transportation Officers, in addition to their other duties for the 
commercial air movements indicated: 



Gastonia, N. C. 
Wilson, N. C. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Parkton, N. C. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Warsaw, N. C. 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C 
Warrenton, N. C. 
Henderson, N. C. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Major William E. Ingram, O-532080 
(Advance Det. Svc. Co., 119th Inf. 

2nd. Lt. Luther A. White, Jr., O-2270710 
(Main Body Svc. Co., 119th Inf) 
Capt. Roswell K. Porter, O-1580178 
(Main Body Svc. Co., 120th Inf) 



Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Asheville, N. C. 



4. Pay: a. Regular payrolls will be submitted to the USP&DO for North 
Carolina, who will accomplish the certificate on the payrolls as to the avail- 
ability of funds. The rolls will be paid by the designated Finance Officer, 
Fort McClellan, Alabama, and payment will be made in cash. The Acting 
USP&DO, North Carolina, will settle all accounts incident to the Camp payable 
from Federal funds. 



Report of The Adjutant General 127 

b. Detachment payrolls will be prepared covering the periods author- 
ized lor the advance and rear detachments by organizations listed in Par. 1 
above. These rolls will be briefed to show whether the detachment is advance 
or rear and the organization to which it pertains. The unit to which each 
individual belongs will be clearly shown in the body of the roll. Personnel 
(if these detachments will be paid for the period of the encampment proper 
on the regular payroll of their unit. The detachment payrolls cover only the 
period of additional duty as members of the advance or rear detachments. 

5. Subsistence: The provisions of Par. 22, NGR 45-1, 18 December 1952, 
as amended, will apply. Maximum cost for travel rations during any one 
twenty-four (24) hour period will not exceed $2.57. For less than three (3) 
consecutive meals, $1.00 per meal is authorized. The number of meals entitled 
to while traveling, and their purchase, will be as prescribed in Section VI, 
Field Training Circular No. 1, Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, dated 6 May 
1954. Messes while in Camp will be established as directed by Commanding 
General, 30th Infantry Division. An officer messing at enlisted men's mess 
at Camp, or with enlisted men during the period of travel to and from Camp, 
will be charged in accordance with instructions contained in Circular cited 
above. 

6. At termination of Camp, the Commanding General, 30th Infantry Divi- 
sion (In Part), will submit to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, a report 
on the Camp with such recommendations and comments as he may deem 
advisable. 

7. Orders and regulations in force at Camp will be complied with by all 
concerned. 

8. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the 
Federal Government will be incurred by any officer, enlisted man, or organ- 
ization of the North Carolina National Guard except as authorized by this 
Department. 

9. TDN: TBGAA TBMAA 2152060 518-4331 P7011-01 S31-079 

2152060 518-4331 P7041-08 S31-079 

2152060 518-4331 P7021-02 S31-079 

2152060 518-4431 P7221-99 S31-079 

2152060 518-4631 P7412-08 S31-079 

2152060 518-5031 P3371-07 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



128 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 12 July 1954 

No. 17 

Field Training JVorth Carolina Army National Guard 
1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act, 
and Training Authority No. 31-C, National Guard Bureau, dated 11 May 1954, 
personnel listed below of Selective Service Section, Headquarters and Head- 
quarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, will mobilize at home 
station and will proceed to North Carolina Headquarters, Selective Service 
System, Raleigh, North Carolina, for Field Training during the period indi- 
cated: 

Rank and Name SN Station Dates 



Major Lee Roy W. Armstrong 0-966576 Chapel Hill, N. C. 18 July— 1 Aug. 1954 
1st. Lt. Stuart W. Sechriest 0-961813 Chapel Hill. N. C. 18 July— 1 Aug. 1954 

Upon completion of Field Training, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, 
will return to home stations. 

2. Pay: Payroll will be submitted to the Acting USP & DO. North Caro- 
lina, and payment will be made by check by the Finance Officer, USA. Atlanta. 
Georgia. 

3. At termination of Field Training, the Commanding Officer will submit 
a report to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, with such recommenda- 
tions and comments as he may deem advisable. 

4. TR to be issued by Acting USP & DO, North Carolina, where authorized. 

5. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred except as authorized by this Department. 

6. TDN 2152060 518-4331 P7011-01 S31-079 

2152060 518-4331 P7021-02 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant Genei-al 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Df:partment 

Raleigh 

General Orders 13 July 1954 

No. 18 

Field Training North Carolina Army National Guard 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act, 
and Training Authority Number 31-A, National Guard Bureau, dated 22 June 



Report of The Adjutant General 129 

1954, North Carolina National Guard organizations listed herein will mobilize 
at home stations and will proceed to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, for Field 
Training during the period 8 August 1954 to 22 August 1954, inclusive. Upon 
completion of Field Training, unless sooner relieved by proper authority, re- 
turn to home stations: 

Unit 
Hq Hq Det NCNG (8 officers and 10 EM — Army Section) 
Hq Hq Btry IV Corps Arty 
Hq Hq Btry 252nd FA Gp 
Hq Hq Btry 196th FA Gp 
505th FA Bn 
540th FA Bn (NGUS) 
690th FA Bn (NGUS) 
295th FA Bn 

449th FA Bn (Obsn) (NGUS) 
3624th Ord Co (D/S) (Less 1 Warrant Officer) 
167th MP Bn 
378th Engr Bn (C) (Army) (NGUS) 

All troops listed above are attached to IV Corps Artillery for administration, 
supply and training for the Field Training period. In compliance with Par. 
36, NGR 45, units will take to Camp at least 507o of officers and 60% of 
enlisted strength. 

2. Detachments: The Commanding General, IV Corps Artillery, will des- 
ignate personnel for authorized detachments as follows: 

Adt)ance and Rear Detachments not to exceed a maximum total of 
299 man days. 

3. Transportation: a. Travel to and from Camp will be conducted as a 
troop movement. The maximum use will be made of all Government-owned 
motor vehicles and Army aircraft to transport both personnel and organiza- 
tional equipment. Motor convoys will proceed under the direction and com- 
mand of the Senior Officer or an officer designated by him as convoy com- 
mander. All federal regulations and state and local laws will be complied 
with. March orders covering motor convoys will be issued by organizations 
concerned. Copies of these orders will be furnished this Department and 
Headquarters, IV Corps Artillery. The amount of equipment and impedimenta 
transported to and from Field Training camps will be strictly limited to 
training essentials to include athletic equipment. Travel of dependents not 
authorized. 

b. Personnel authorized travel by privately-owned vehicle will be cov- 
ered in separate order. 

c. Travel by commercial carrier is authorized for individuals authorized 
to return to home station by camp commander prior to completion of Field 
Trainin Period. 

4. Pay: a. Regular payrolls will be submitted to the USP&DO for North 
Carolina, who will accomplish the certificate on the payrolls as to the avail- 
ability of funds. The rolls will be paid by the designated Finance Officer, 
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and payment will be made in cash. The Acting 



130 Report of The Adjutant General 

USP&DO, North Carolina, will settle all accounts incident to the Camp pay- 
able from Federal funds. 

b. Detachment payrolls will be prepared covering the periods authorized 
for the advance and rear detachments by organizations listed in Par. 1 above. 
These rolls will be briefed to show whether the detachment is advance or 
rear and the organization to which it pertains. The unit to which each indi- 
vidual belongs will be clearly shown in the body of the roll. Personnel of 
these detachments will be paid for the period of the encampment proper on 
the regular payroll of their unit. The detachment payrolls cover only the 
period of additional duty as members of the advance or rear detachments. 

5. Subsistence: The provisions of Par. 22, NGR 45-1, 18 December 1952, 
will apply. Maximum cost for travel rations during any one twenty-four (24) 
hour period will not exceed $2.57. For less than three (3) consecutive meals 
$1.00 per meal is authorized. The number of meals entitled to while travel- 
ing, and their purchase, will be as prescribed in Section VI, Field Training 
Circular No. 1, Acting USP&DO, North Carolina, dated 6 May 1954. Messes 
while in Camp will be established as directed by Commanding General, IV 
Corps Artillery. An officer messing at enlisted men's mess at Camp or with 
enlisted men during the period of travel to and from Camp will be charged in 
accordance with instructions contained in Circular cited above. 

6. At termination of Camp, the Commanding General, IV Corps Artillery, 
will submit to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, a report on the Camp 
with such recommendations and comments as he may deem advisable. 

7. Orders and regulations in force at Camp will be complied with by all 
concerned. 

8. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred by any officer, enlisted man or organization 
of the North Carolina National Guard except as authorized by this Depart- 
ment. 

9. TDN: TBGAA TBMAA 2152060 518-4331 P7011-01 S31-079 

2152060 518-4331 P7041-08 S31-079 

2152060 518-4331 P7021-02 S31-079 

2152060 518-4431 P7221-99 S31-079 

2152060 518-4631 P7412-08 S31-079 

2152060 518-5031 P3371-07 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 



131 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 19 



16 July 1954 



Atfachnieiit of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in Paragraph 8a, NGR 15, 26 June 1953, 
Medical Detachment, Division Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division, North 
Carolina National Guard, is attached to Headquarters Company, 30th Infantry 
Division (Less Separate Detachment), North Carolina National Guard, for 
administration, training and operation effective 19 July W54- 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 30 July 1954 

No. 20 

Schedule of Annual Armory Inspections 

1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations No. 48, 30 October 1950, as 
amended. Annual Armory Inspections of the following North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard units will be conducted by officers detailed by the Commanding 
General, Third Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 

Unit Location Date Insprctor 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 505th FA Bn Greensboro 25 Oct. 54 Col. Halliday 

Med. Det., 505th FA Bn Greensboro 25 Oct. 54 Col. Halliday 

Svc. Btry., 505th FA Bn Greensboro 25 Oct. 54 * 

Btry. A, 540th FA Bn. (NGUS) High Point 25 Oct. 54 * 

Co. A, 378th Engr. Bn.(C) (Army) 

(NGUS) Lincolnton 25 Oct. 54 

Btry. A, 112th FA Bn Forest City 25 Oct. 54 * 

121st. AAA Det. (Opns) Charlotte 25 Oct. 54 * . 

Btry. B, 112th FA Bn Spindale 25 Oct. 54 * 

Co. B, 120th Inf. Winston-Salem 25 Oct. 54 * 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 252nd FA Gp Greensboro 26 Oct. 54 Col. Halliday 

Btry. A, 505th FA Bn Greensboro 26 Oct. 54 * 

Svc. Btry., 540th FA Bn. (NGUS).... High Point 26 Oct. 54 * 

Co. I, 120th Inf. Newton 26 Oct. 54 * 

Co. M, 120th Inf. Shelby 26 Oct. 54 * 

Btry. C, 449th FA Bn. (Obsn) 

(NGUS) Monroe 26 Oct. 54 

Co. D, 120th Inf. Winston-Salem 26 Oct. 54 * 



132 Report of The Adjutant General 

Unit Location Date Inspector 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 540th FA Bn. 

(NGUS) High Point 27 Oct. 54 * 

Btry. B, 505th FA Bn Greensboro 27 Oct. 54 * 

Co. C, 120th Inf. Lexington 27 Oct. 54 * 

Co. C, 378th Engr. Bn. (C) 

(Army) (NGUS) Statesville 27 Oct. 54 * 

Hq. Hq. Co., 3rd. Bn., 120th Inf. Kings Mountain 27 Oct. 54 * 

Co. F, 120th Inf Albemarle 27 Oct. 54 * 

Co. L, 120th Inf. Morganton 27 Oct. 54 * 

Hq. Hq. Co., 2nd. Bn., 120th Inf..... Asheboro 28 Oct. 54 Col. Hallidav 

Btry. C, 505th FA Bn Greensboro 28 Oct. 54 * 

Co. A, 120th Inf. Burlington 28 Oct. 54 * 

Btry. B, 449th FA Bn. (Obsn) 

(NGUS) Mooresville 28 Oct. 54 * 

Co K.. 120th Inf. Gastonia 28 Oct. 54 * 

Co. E, 120th Inf. Concord 28 Oct. 54 * 

Svc. Btry., 112th FA Bn Lenoir 28 Oct. 54 * 

Hq. Hq. Btry., 112th FA Bn Lenoir 29 Oct. 54 * 

* Name of inspecting officer not presently known. 

2. Armory Inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The unit commander, first sergeant, supply sergeant and adminis- 
trative, maintenance and supply technician will be present at the armory 
at the time designated for the administrative inspection. There will also 
be an inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organization 
and the adequacy of equipment. The hours of these two parts of the inspec- 
tion will be set by arrangement between the unit commander and the inspect- 
ing officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and prepared for inspection. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer may 
check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 22 April 1953. and present the unit for inspection 
according to directives contained therein. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manmxg 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 2 August 1954 

No. 21 

Staff Assignments 

1. Pursuant to Table of Distribution National Guard Section Headquarters 
Headquarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, approved by The 



Report of The Adjutant General 133 

Adjutant General, North Carolina, on Ki July 1954, following designation 
of MOS and occupancy thereof National Guard Section Headquarters Head- 
quarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, is announced. This 
instrument is not to be considered as effecting any reassignments: 

Designation {MOS Code) Occupant 

The Adjutant General (0002) Maj. Gen. John H. Manning, O-207814 NCNG 

Acting USP & DO Col. Michael H. Austell, O-140215 FC NCNG 

State Maintenance Officer (4800) Col. John Foreman, O-200303 Ord. C NCNG 

Inspector General (9310) Col. Wiley M. Fickens, 0-235829 CE NCNG 

Judge Advocate General (8103) Lt. Col. Thomas W. Burton, 0-213891 JAGC 

NCNG 
G-1, Personnel (2260) Lt. Col. David W. Donovan 0-372365 Inf. 

NCNG 

G-2, Intelligence (9301) Maj. Joseph A. Leinster, 0-299351 Inf. NCNG 

G-3 Operations (2162) Maj. Neil J. Pait, Jr., 0-451371 Arty. NCNG 

G-4, Logistics (4010)..._ Maj. Richard G. York 0-1952365 QMC NCNG 

Assistant G-3, Operations (2162) Capt. Hugh P. Massengill, 0-965145 QMC 

NCNG 
Assistant G-4, Transportation (0692).... Capt. Walter C. Lewis, 0-1688352 Inf. NCNG 

Assistant G-4, Logistics (4010) Capt. Robert J. Wilkens, 0-947284 QMC NCNG 

Supervisor Army Aviation (1981)..._ Capt. Mack G. Bass, 0-513349 Inf. NCNG 

Finance (6201) Capt. Graydon C. Liles, 0-986482 FC NCNG 

Headquarters Commandant (2900) 1st. Lt. Thomas E. Carter, O-976410 Inf. NCNG 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

David W. Donovan The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department ' 
Raleigh 

Genkbal Orders 26 August 1954 

No. 22 

Orf^anization of Unit, X('N(i 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4— N.C, subject: "National Guard Troop Allotment (North 
Carolina) with Authority to Organize," dated 10 March 1954, the following 
unit is organized as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective 31 
August W54, under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indi- 
cated : 

Req. for Fed. 
Recognition 



Unit Designation Home Station Applicable T/Ol^E WO EM 



403rd Ordnance Detach- 
ment Wilmington, N. C. 9-500A (Team FH) 

5 Nov. 51 



134 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Maximum authorized strengtli fox' officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Majoi' General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 27 August 1954 

No. 23 

1. SMOP 1 GO #21 AGD NC CS pertaining to "Capt Robert J. Wilkens 
0947284 QMC NCNG" is AMENDED to read "Capt Robert J. Wilkins 0947284 
QMC NCNG." 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

David W. Donovan The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 135 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 31 August 1954 

No. 24 

Field Training North Cai-olina Army National Guard 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Section 94, National Defense Act. 
and Training Authority No. 31-D, National Guard Bureau, dated 13 April 
1954, personnel listed below of Selective Service Section, Headquarters and 
Headquarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, will mobilize at 
home station and will proceed to Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, report- 
ing upon arrival to the Selective Service Conference Director for purpose of 
participating in the Selective Service System Area Training Conference in 
lieu of Field Training during the period indicated: 

Rank and Name SN Statio7i Dates 



Major Isaac T. Avery, Jr O-453401 Statesville, N. C. 11 Sept.— 25 Sept. 54 

Major Thomas C Brown 0-918758 Raleigh, N. C. 11 Sept.— 25 Sept. 54 

Major Charles B. Ratchford.. O-1281802 Raleigh, N. C. 11 Sept.— 25 Sept. 54 

Major John L. Reitzel O-315290 Raleigh, N. C. 11 Sept.— 25 Sept. 54 

1st. Lt. Grayson Hayes O-981830 Monroe, N. C. 11 Sept.— 25 Sept. 54 



Upon completion of Training Conference, unless sooner relieved by proper 
authority, will return to home stations. 

2. Pay: Payroll will be submitted to the USP & FO, North Carolina, and 
payment will be made by check by the Finance Officer, USA, Atlanta, Georgia. 

3. At termination of Training Conference, the Commanding Officer will 
submit a report to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, with such recom- 
mendations and comments as he may deem advisable. 

4. TR to be issued by USP & FO, North Carolina, where authorized. 

5. No debts or obligations against the State of North Carolina or the Fed- 
eral Government will be incurred except as authorized by this Department. 

6. TDN TBGAA 2152060 518-4331 P7011-01 S31-079 

2152060 518-4631 P7412-08 S31-079 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



136 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 8 September 1954 

No. 25 

Organization of Unit, NCXG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4 — NO, subject: "Authority to Organize National Guard Unit 
Effective 5 November 1953," dated 5 November 1953, the following unit is 
organized as a unit of the North Carolina National Guard, effective IS Septem- 
ber 1954, under T/O&E, home station and strength requirement as indicated: 



Unit Designation 


Honir 
Station 

Morehead 
City, N. C. 


Applicable T/Ol^E 

6-139, 15 May 52 
w/Cl 


Req. for Fed. 
Ofl^WO 

1 


. Recogn. 
EM 


Service Battery, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion 


5 



2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15, dated 26 June 1953. 
Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer : 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record WD NGB Form 21 for each member executed in 
three (3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current 
service obligation. 

e. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Mannin(; 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant Generals Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 



137 



Gener.\i. Orders 
No. 26 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



10 September 1954 



Table of Distribution — Augmentation 
PAC NG-AFOTP letter authorizing T/D-A, 26 August 1954, the TABLE OF 
DISTRIBUTION— AUGMENTATION, 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, North 
Carolina Air National Guard, dated 10 September 1954, is effective 1 October 
1954. 



By Order of the Governor: 
OFFICIAL 

WiLLARD R. BLOXTON 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron 
North Carolina Air National Guard 
Morris Field, Charlotte, N. C. 
10 September 1954 

TABLE OF DISTRIBUTION— AUGMENTATION 

PART I— GENERAL 

Purpose: To provide Information Specialists augmentation to the 156th 
Fighter-Bomber Squadron, North Carolina Air National Guard, in 
accordance with Air Force policy establishing Information Services 
in Fighter-Bomber Squadrons. 

Function: Advises military personnel on United States Armed Forces Insti- 
tute and civilian educational programs, administers tests includ- 
ing General Educational Development and subject matter exami- 
nations, conducts information hour, prepares news and feature 
items for unit and civilian publication, and collects and records 
historical data. 



No. 



PART II— ORGANIZATION 



Title 



Information Specialist 
Information Specialist 



Grade 



S/Sgt. 
-A/IC 



JFSC 



72150 
72 ISO 



138 Report of The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 10 September 1954 

No. 27 

1. With profound sorrow the death of CAPT JACK H. ALLEN, 
A0820442, NC ANG, on March 5th 1954, is announced. 

2. Capt Allen was born at Concord, N. C, on 22 September 1921, 
the son of Clarence A. J. Allen (Deceased) and Sarah E. Allen. He 
enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Corps on 31 August 1942 and entered 
flight training in March 1943 and completed this training on 6 Jan- 
uary 1944, at which time he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant. 
Soon after receiving his commission, he was married to Mamie Lee 
Chestnut of Moultrie, Georgia. Served as a Fighter Pilot during 
World War II. After separation from the Air Corps, Capt Allen 
entered private business with his brother. 

3. Capt Allen was a young man of sterling qualities. He was ad- 
mired by and had the confidence of those with whom he came in 
contact. In his sudden death, his community lost a valued citizen. 
The Armed Forces has lost ^ most valuable, efficient, and faithful 
officer. 

4. RECORD OF MILITARY SERVICE SINCE 24 MARCH 1949: — 
Capt Allen served as a First Lieutenant in the 156th Fighter Squad- 
ron, NC ANG, during the period from 24 March 1949 through 9 Octo- 
ber 1950. During this period, Capt Allen demonstrated capable lead- 
ership in aiding in the training of pilots who did not have the excel- 
lent fighter background possessed by Capt Allen. Capt Allen entered 
active military service with the 15Gth Fighter Squadron on 10 Octo- 
ber 1950 and served with the unit at Godman Air Force Base, Ken- 
tucky until February 1951, at Avhich time he was reassigned to Korea. 
He served with the 12th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 18th Fighter 
Bomber Wing in Korea until September 1951. During this period of 
service, he flew 100 combat missions in the F-51 aircraft and was 
awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and two 
clusters for his achievement against an enemy of the United States. 
After his return from Korea, he was stationetd at Godman Air Force 
Base with the 108th Fighter Bomber Squadron, for a period of time 
and then transferred to the 531st Fighter Bomber Squadron, 21st 
Fighter Bomber Wing, George Air Force Base, California. He was 
promoted to the grade of Captain in the U. S. Air Force. Capt Allen 
died on 5 March 1954 near Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, as 
a result of an aircraft accident. 

5. NEXT OF KIN.— Mrs. Mamie Lee Allen (Wife) ; two daughters, 
Sandra Lee Allen and Sherry Ann Allen, all of Route Number 1, 
Moultrie, Georgia. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL: Major General 

David W. Donovan The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
The Adjutant General's Department. 



Report of The Adjutant General 139 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Genkual Orders 27 September 1954 

No. 28 

Srctioii I 

Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in paragraph 8, NGR 15, 26 June 1953, the 
Medical Detachment, 505th Field Artillery Battalion, North Carolina National 
Guard, is attached to Headquarters and Hearquarters Battery, 505th Field 
Artillery Battalion, North Carolina National Guard, for administration, train- 
ing and operation, effective 28 September 105//. 

Section II 

Attachment of Unit 

Pursuant to authority contained in paragraph 8, NGR 15, 26 June 1953, 
the 403rd Ordnance Service Detachment (Team FH), North Carolina National 
Guard, is attached to Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 252nd AAA 
Group, North Carolina National Guard, for administration, training and 
operation, effective 28 Sejytewber 195^. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 28 September 1954 

No. 29 

Schedule of Annual Armory Inspections 

1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the provi- 
sions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations No. 48, 30 October 1950, as 
amended. Annual Armory Inspections of the following North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard units will be conducted by officers detailed by the Commanding 
General, Third Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 

Unit Location Date Inspector 

Hq. & Hq. Btrv., 449th FA Bn. 

(Obsn) (NGUS) Charlotte 1 Nov. 54 Col. Hailiday 

Btry. C, 113th FA Bn Roxboro 1 Nov. 54 Major Avcock 

Co. F, 119th Inf. Tarboro 1 Nov. 54 Lt. Col. Mclntyre 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 120th Inf Reidsville 1 Nov. 54 Major Aman 

Co. H, 120th Inf...._ Hickory 1 Nov. 54 ** 



140 



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Unit 



Location 



Date 



Inspector 



Btry. B, 540th FA Bn. (NGUS).... Thomasville 

30th Signal Co Canton 

Co. H, 119th Inf. Scotland Neck 

Med. Det., 30th Inf. Div Apex 

Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div. (Less 

Sep. Det) Ape.\ 

Btry. A, 113th FA Bn Zebulon 

Co. I, 119th Inf. - Wilmington 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., IV Corps Arty* Charlotte 

Co. C, 119th Inf. Henderson 

Svc. Co., 119th Inf* Elizabeth Citv 

Hv. Mortar Co., 120th Inf Leaksville 

Btry. A, 449th FA Bn. (Obsn) 

(NGUS) Granite Falls 

Co. G, 120th Inf. Salisbury 

Svc. Co., 120th Inf.* Asheville 

Co. G, 119th Inf. Rocky Mount 

Co. C, 167th MP Bn Ahoskie 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 252nd AAA Gp. Wilmington 

Btry. D, 725th AAA Bn. (AW) (M) Benson 

Co. E, 119th Inf - - Roanoke Rapids 

Co. B, 378th Engr. Bn. (C) 

(Army) (NGUS) Charlotte 

Co. A, 119th Inf. Oxford 

Hv. Mortar Co., 119th Inf... Edenton 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., 120th Inf. Mount Airy 

Btry. C, 112th FA Bn N. Wilkesboro 

Btry. C. 130th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(SP) Sanford 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 167th MP Bn.*.... Ahoskie 

Btry. B, 113th FA Bn.* Dunn 

Co. B, 119th Inf Warrenton 

Btry. A, 725th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(M) Shallotte 

Hq. Hq. & Svc. Co., 378th Engr. 

Bn. (C) (Army) (NGUS) Charlotte 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 113th FA Bn Louisburg 

Co. A, 167th MP Bn Windsor 

Btry A, 150th AAA Bn.(Gun, 

90-MM) Mount Olive 

Med. Co., 126th Inf Mocksville 

Btry C, 540th FA Bn. (NGUS).... Siler City 

Tank Co., 120th Inf. (90MMGun) Wavnesville 

Co. B, 167th MP Bn Lasker 

Co. L, 119th Inf. Goldsboro 

Svc. Btry., 113th FA Bn.*...._ Youngsville 

123rd Sig. Det., (RMU, Type E) Wilmington 
382nd Sig. Det. (RMU, Type E) 

(NGUS) - Wilmington 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 30th Inf. Div. 

Arty. (Part) Louisburg 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 690th FA Bn. 

(NGUS) New Bern 

Tank Co., 119th Inf. (90MMGun) Parkton 
Btry. B, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) (SP) St. Pauls 
Btrv. D, 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM) Wallace 

Btry C. 725th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(M) - Bladenboro 

Btry. B, 690th FA Bn. (NGUS)*.. New Bern 

Btry. B, 29=;th FA Bn Kinston 



1 Nov. 54 
1 Nov. 54 
1 Nov. 54 
1 Nov. 54 

1 Nov. 54 
1 Nov. 54 

1 Nov. 54 

2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 

2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 
2 Nov. 54 

2 Nov. 54 

3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 

3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 
3 Nov. 54 



Lt. Col. Fuller 

Lt. Col. Fuller 
Lt. Col. Irvin 
Lt. Col. Shipton 
Col. Halliday 
Major Aycock 
Lt. Col. Mclntyre 
Major Aman 



Lt. Col. Patrick 

** 

Col. Yowell 
Lt. Col. Fuller 
Lt. Col. Irvin 

Col. Halliday 
Major Aycock 
Lt. Col. Mclntyre 
Major Aman 



Lt. Col. Fuller 
Lt. Col. Irvin 



3 Nov. 54 Lt. Col. Shipton 



4 Nov. 53 
4 Nov. 54 
4 Nov. 54 

4 Nov. 54 
4 Nov. 54 
4 Nov. 54 
4 Nov. 54 
4 Nov. 54 
4 Nov. 
4 Nov. 
4No\ 



54 

54 
54 



Col. Halliday 
Major Aycock 
Lt. Col. Mclntyre 

Major Aman 



Lt. Col. Fuller 
Lt. Col. Irvin 
Lt. Col. Shipton 



4 Nov. 54 Lt. Col. Shipton 
4 Nov. 54 Major Aycock 



15 Nov. 54 
15 Nov. 54 
15 Nov. 54 

15 Nov. 54 



Col. Halliday 
Lt. Col. Mclntyre 
Major Aman 



15 Nov. 54 Lt. Col. Irvin 

16 Nov. 54 Col. Halliday 
16 Nov. 54 Major Aycock 



Report of The Adjutant General 



141 



Unit 



Location 



Date 



hispector 



16 Nov. 54 
16 Nov. 54 
16 Nov. 54 

16 Nov. 54 

16 Nov. 54 

17 Nov. 54 

17 Nov. 54 
17 Nov. 54 

17 Nov. 54 

17 Nov. 54 

18 Nov. 54 
18 Nov. 54 
18 Nov. 54 
18 Nov. 53 



Lt. Col. Mclntyre 
Major Aman 



Lt. Col. Irvin 
Col. Halliday 

Major Aycock 
Lt. Col. Mclntyre 

Major Aman 
Lt. Col. Irvin 
Major Aycock 
Lt. Col. Mclntyre 
Major Aman 



Hq. & Hq. Co., 3rd Bn. 119th Inf. Clinton 
Hq. & Hq. Btry., 130th AAA Bn. 

(AW) (SP)* Red Springs 

Med Det. 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM)* Wilmington 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM)* Wilmington 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 725th AAA Bn. 

(AW) (M)* Whitevilie 

Btry. A, 295th FA Bn Beaufort 

Btry. B, 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM) Beulaville 

Co. M, 119th Inf. Warsaw 

Btry. A, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) 

(SP) Raeford 

Btry. B, 725th AAA Bn. (AW) (M) Fair BlufF 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 196th FA Gp Kinston 

Co. K, 119th Inf. Fayetteville 

Btry. D, 130th AAA Bn. (AW)(SP) Southern Pines 

Svc. Btfy., 690th FA Bn. (NGUS) Jacksonville 

* Includes service center of parent unit. 
** Name of Inspecting officer not presently known. 



2. Armory Inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The unit commander, first sergeant, supply sergeant and adminis- 
trative, maintenance and supply technician will be present at the armory at 
the time designated for the administrative inspection. There will also be 
an inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organization and 
the adequacy of equipment. The hours of these two parts of the inspection 
will be set by arrangement between the unit commander and the inspecting 
officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and prepared for inspection. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer may 
check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 48; SR 20-10-8, 22 April 1953, and present the unit for i s-pection 
according to directives contained therein. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant CreneraVs DejuirtmeMt 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



142 



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State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 30 



30 September 1954 



Keorfiasiization of National (iiiard Vnits, XCXCi 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in NGB Bulletin, Vol. V, No. 43 
(Special), dated 22 September 1954, the following units of the North Carolina 
National Guard are hereby reorganized in accordance with T/O&E's indicated 
below, effective 1 October lf)5'f. Maximum authorized strength for officers 
and warrant officers is as indicated: 



Unit 



Company A, 167th Military Police 
Battalion 

Company B, 167th, Military Police 
Battalion 

Company C, 167th Military Police 
Battalion 

217th AAA Detachment(RCAT) 



Hq. Hq. & Svc. Company, 378th En- 
gineer Battalion (Combat) (Army) 
(NGUS) 

Company A, 378th Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 

CompanvB, 378 Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 

Company C, 378th Engineer Battalion 
(Combat) (Army) (NGUS) 

3624 Ordnance Company (Direct 
Support) 

Headquarters, 30th Infantry Division 
(In Part) (Incl Mil Govt Augm) 

Medical Detachment, Division Head- 
quarters, 30th Infantry Division 

Headquarters Company, 30th Infantry 
Division (Less Separate Detachment) 

Separate Detachment, Headquarters 
Company, 30th Infantry Division 
(Light Aviation Section) 

30th Signal Company 





Maximum Auth. 
Strength 


T/O&E and Date 


Off 
4 


WO 



EM 


19-37, 26 Sept. 53 
w/Cl 


150 


19-37, 26 Sept. 53 
w/Cl 


4 





150 


19-37, 26 Sept. 53 
w/Cl 


4 





150 


44-8A, 15 Mar. 52 
w/C4 


1 





13 


5-36A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/C5 


13 


*5 


90 


5-3 7A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/C2 


5 


*1 


119 


5-37A, 18 Oct. 52 
w/C2 


5 


*1 


119 


5-3 7A, 18 Oct. 52 
VC2 


5 


*1 


119 


9-7, 21 Oct. 53 
w/Cl 


5 


3 


135 


7-1, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


30 


5 


53 


7-2, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


1 





11 


7-2, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


4 


2 


93 


7-2, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


6 





13 


11-7, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


13 


4 


287 



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143 





r/o^E 


and Date 


Maximum A 
Strength 


uth. 


Unit 


Off 
23 


WO 

*1 


EM 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 119rh Infantry 


7-12, 
w/C7 


5 May 52 


185 


Servicf Companv, 1 1'^tti Infantry 


7-13, 
%v/C6 


5 May 52 


5 


*8 


133 


Heavy Mortar Company, 119tli Infantry 


7-14, 
w/C5 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


137 


Tank Company, 11 9th Infantry 
(90MM Gun) 


17-37, 
w/C3 


5 May 52 


6 


*1 


108 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 1st B.attalion, 
119th Infantry 


7-16, 
w/C5 


5 May 52 


11 


*] 


81 


Company A, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company B, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company C, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
VC3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company D, 119th Infantry 


7-18, 
w/C4 


15 May 52 


5 


*1 


127 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 2nd Battahon, 
119th Infantry 


7-16, 
w/C5 


15 May 52 


11 


*1 


81 


Company E, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company F, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company G, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*i 


165 


Company H, 119th Infantry 


7-18, 
w/C4 


15 May 52 


5 


*1 


127 


Hq. & Hq. Company, 3rd Battalion, 
119th Infantry 


7-16, 
w/C5 


15 May 52 


11 


*1 


81 


Company I, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company K, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
VC3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company L, 119th Infantry 


7-17, 
w/C3 


15 May 52 


6 


*1 


165 


Company M, 119th Infantry 


7-18, 
w/C4 


15 May 52 


5 


*1 


127 



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Unit 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 120th Infantry 

Service Company, 120th Infantry 

Heavy Mortar Company, 120th Infan 

Tank Company, 120th Infantry 
(90MM Gun) 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 1st Battalion, 
120th Infantry 

Company A, 120th Infantry 

Company B, 120th Infantry 

Company C, 120th Infantry 

Company D, 120th Infantry 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 2nd Battalion, 
120th Infantry 

Company E, 120th Infantry 

Company F, 120th Infantry 

Company G, 120th Infantry 

Company H, 120th Infantry 

Hq. & Hq. Company, 3rd Battalion, 
120th Infantry 

Company I, 120th Infantry 
Company K, 120th Infantry 
Company L, 120th Infantry 
Company M, 120th Infantry 





Ma 


ximum A 
Strength 


uth. 


T/O^E and Date 


Of 
23 


WO 

*2 


EM 


7-U, 15 May 52 
w/C7 


185 


7-13, 15 May 52 
w/C6 


5 


*8 


133 


7-14, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


6 


*1 


137 


17-37, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


108 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


11 


*1 


81 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


5 


*1 


127 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


11 


*1 


81 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


5 


*1 


127 


7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


11 


*1 


81 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-17, 15 May 52 
w/C3 


6 


*1 


165 


7-18, 15 May 52 
w/C4 


5 


*1 


127 



Report of The Adjutant General 



145 



Unit 



Maximum Auth. 
Strength 

T/O^E and Date Off WO EM 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 30th Division 
Artillery (Part) 

Hq. &Hq. Battery, 112th Field 
Artillery Battalion 

Service Battery, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Battery A, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Battery B, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Battery C, 112th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 113th Field 
Artillery Battalion 

Service Battery, 113th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Battery A, 113th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Battery B, 113th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Battery C, 113th Field Artillery 
Battalion 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 130th Antiaircraft 
Artillery Battalion (Automatic 
Weapons) (Self-Propelled) 

Battery A, 130th Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Battery B, 130th Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion (Automatic Weapons ) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Battery C, 130th Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Battery D, 130th Antiaircraft Artillery 
Battalion (Automatic Weapons) 
(Self-Propelled) 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, IV Corps Artillery 



Hq. & Hq. Battery 449th Field Artillery 
Battalion (Observation) (NGUS) 



6-lOlA, 15 May 52 4 

w/C6 

6-126, 15 May 52 18 *2 115 

w/C5 

6-129, 15 May 52 3 *2 50 

w/C3 

6-127, 15 May 52 8 *1 97 

w/C3 

6-127, 15 May 52 8 *1 97 

w/C3 

6-127, 15 May 52 8 *1 97 

w/C3 

6-126, 15 May 52 18 *2 115 

w/C5 

6-129, 15 May 52 3 *2 50 

w/C3 

6-127, 15 May 52 8 *1 97 

w/C3 

6-127, 15 May 52 8 *1 97 

w/C3 

6-127, 15 May 52 8 *1 97 

w/C3 

44-76, 15 May 52 12 *3 104 

w/C4 



44-77, 15 May 52 6 *1 120 

w/C2 



44-77, 15 May 52 6 *1 120 

w/C2 



44-77, 15 May 52 6 *1 120 

w/C2 



44-77, 15 May 52 6 *1 120 

w/C2 



6-501A, 11 Sept. 53 31 5 101 

w/Cl 

6-576, 15 June 53 17 *6 129 

w/C3 



146 Report of The Adjutant General 

Maximum Autli. 
Strength 

Unit T/O^E and Date Off fVO EM 



Battery A, 449th Field Artillery 6-577, 15 June 53 7 *2 135 

Battalion (Observation) (NGUS) w/C2 

Battery B, 449th Field Artillery 6-577, 15 June S3 7 *2 135 

Battalion (Observation) (NGUS) w/C2 

Battery C, 449th Field Artillery 6-577, 15 June 53 7 *2 136 
Battahon (Observation) (NGUS) 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 196th Field Artillery 6-401, 4 Jan. 53 18 *4 74 

Group w/Cl 

Hq.&Hq. Battery, 295th Field Artillery 6-136, 15 May 52 16 *2 96 

Battalion (155-mm How., Towed) w/C3 

Service Battery, 295th Field Artillery 6-139, 15 May 52 3 *2 51 

Battalion (155-mm How., Towed) w/C3 

Battery A, 295th Field Artillery 6-137, 15 May 52 5 *1 100 

Battalion (155-mm How., Towed) w/C3 

Battery B, 295th Field Artillery 6-137, 15 May 52 5 *1 100 

Battalion (155-mm How., Towed) w/C3 

Battery C, 295th Field Artillery 6-137, 15 May 52 5 *1 100 

Battalion (lS5-mm How., Towed) w/C3 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 690th Field Artillery 6-136, 15 May 52 16 *2 96 

Battalion (155-mm How., Towed) w/C3 

Service Battery, 690th Field Artillery 6-139, 15 May 52 3 *2 51 

Battalion (155-mm How., Towed) w/C3 
(NGUS) 

Battery A, 690th Field Artillery Battal- 6-137, 15 May 52 5 *1 100 

lion (155-mm How., Towed) (NGUS) w/C3 

Battery B, 690th Field Artillery Battal- 6-137, 15 May 52 5 *1 100 

lion (155-mm How., Towed) (NGUS) w/C3 

Battery C, 690th Field Artillery Battal- 6-137, 15 May 52 5 *1 100 

lion (155-mm How., Towed) (NGUS) w/C3 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 252nd Field Artillery 6-401, 4 June 53 18 *4 74 

Group w/Cl 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 505th Field Artillery 6-416A, 1 Feb. 53 14 *2 91 

Battalion (155-mm Gun, SP) w/Cl 

Service Battery, 505th Field Artillery 6-419A, 1 Feb. 53 3 *3 54 

Battalion (r55-mm Gun, SP) w/C2 

Battery A, 505th Field Artillery Battal- 6-437A, 5 Mar. 53 4 *1 77 

lion (155-mm Gun, SP) w/Cl 

Battery B, 505th Field Artillery 6-437A, 5 Mar. 53 4 *1 77 

Battalion (155-mm Gun, SP) w/Cl 



Report of The Adjutant General 147 



Unit 



Battery C, 505th Field Artillery 
Battalion (155-mm Gun, SP) 



Battalion (155-mm Gun, Towed) 
(NGUS) 

Service Battery, 540th Field Artillery 
Battalion (155-mm Gun, Towed) 
(NGUS) 



ion (155-mm Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 

Battery B, 540th Field Artillery Battal- 
ion (155-mm Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 

Battery C, 540th Field Artillery Battal- 
ion (155-mm Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 

Hq. & Hq. Battery 252nd AAA Group 



123rd Signal Detachment (RMU, 
Type E) 

382nd Signal Detachment (RMU, 
Type E) (NGUS) 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 150th AAA Battal- 
ion (Gun, 90-MM) 

Battery A, 150th AAA Battalion 
(Gun, 90-MM) 

Battery B, 150th AAA Battahon 
(Gun, 90MM) 

Battery C, 150th AAA Battalion 
(Gun, 90-MM) 

Battery D, 150th AAA Battalion 
(Gun, 90-MM) 

Hq. & Hq. Battery, 725th AAA Battal- 
ion (Automatic Weapons) (Mobile) 

Battery A, 725th AAA Battalion 
(Automatic Weapons) (Mobile) 

Battery B, 725th AAA Battalion 
(Automatic Weapons) (Mobile) 

Battery C, 725th AAA Battalion 
(.Automatic Weapons) (Mobile) 

Battery D, 725th AAA Battalion 
(.'\utomatic Weapons) (Mobile) 





■ and Date 


Maximum A 
Strength 


'utk. 


T/Ol^E 


Off 


WO 


EM 


6-437A, 
w/Cl 


5 Mar. 53 


4 


*1 


77 


6-4 16A, 
w/Cl 


1 Feb. 53 


14 


*2 


91 


6-41 9A, 
w/C2 


1 Feb. 53 


3 


*3 


54 


6-41 7A, 
w/Cl 


1 Feb. 53 


4 


*1 


106 


6-417A, 
w/Cl 


1 Feb. 53 


4 


*1 


106 


6-41 7A, 
w/Cl 


1 Feb. 53 


4 


*1 


106 


44-12A, : 
w/C4 


10 April 52 


13 


*8 


63 


]i-o:oA, 

w/C2 


1 July 52 





1 


4 


11-SOO.A, 

w/C2 


1 July 52 





' 1 


4 


44-16A, 
w/C2 


1 Dec. 52 


12 


*4 


77 


44-17A, 
w/C2 


1 Dec. 52 


4 


*2 


106 


44-17A, 
w/C2 


1 Dec. 52 


4 


*2 


106 


44-1 7A, 
w/C2 


1 Dec. 52 


4 


*2 


106 


44-1 7A, 
w/C2 


1 Dec. 52 


4 


*2 


106 


44-26A, 19 July 53 
w/C2 


12 


*1 


80 


44-27A, 19 July 53 
w/C2 


6 


*1 


113 


44-27A, 19 July 53 
w/C2 


6 


*1 


113 


44-27A, 19 July 53 
VC2 


6 


n 


113 


44-27A, 19 July 53 
w/C2 


6 


*i 


113 



148 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. Personnel, other than Warrant Officer (Unit Administrator, MOS 2123), 
rendered excess by this reorganization will be absorbed in accordance with 
the provisions of Paragraph 6c, NCR 15. The position of Warrant Officer 
(Unit Administrator, MOS 2123) has been eliminated from Active Army 
T/O&E's, but will not become effective for National Guard units until an- 
nounced by the National Guard Bureau. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 7 October 1954 

No. 31 

Reorganization of State Hq and Hq Detch XTNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4 — NC, Subject: "Table of Organization, State Headquarters 
and Headquarters Detachment," dated 1 October 1954, the Headquarters and 
Headquarters Detachment, North Carolina National Guard, is reorganized 
in accordance with the following Table of Organization, effective I October 
1954. 

Line Grade 



1 


Maj Gen. 


2 


Brig. Gen. 


3 


Col. 


4 


Lt. Col. 


5 


Maj. 


6 


Capt. 


7 


1st. Lt. 



National Gu 


ard 


Select 


ive 


Service 


Tata 


Section 




Section 






1 










1 


4 






2 




6 


2 






4 




6 


*4 






6 




10 


3 






2 




5 


1 










1 



Total 

Commissioned 15 14 29 



WO 



10 


M/Sgt. 


11 


Sfc. 


12 


Sgt. 


13 


Cpl. 


14 


Pfc. 


15 


Pvt. 




Total 


16 


Enlisted 



3 3 

5 5 

6 6 
8 8 

5 5 



27 27 



17 Aggregate 42 15 57 



* One Maj. position is for an Army Aviator, MOS 1981 or 1066, only. 



Report of The Adjutant General 149 

2. Personnel rendered surplus by this reorganization will be governed by 
the provisions of paragraph 6c, NGR 15. 

3. This Table of Organization supersedes previous Tables of Organization 
contained in General Orders No. 8, this Department, dated 8 March 1954. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Mannimi 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 8 October 1954 

No. 32 

Keorgaiiiziition 156tli FMght<T-IJoinbei- Squadron NC AXd! 

Pursuant to authority contained in letter. Department of the Army and 
the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, file NG-AFOTP, subject: "Reorganiza- 
tion, 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron," dated 23 September 1954, the 156th 
Fighter-Bomber Squadron, North Carolina Air National Guard, is hereby 
reorganized in accordance with T/O's indicated below, effective 1 November 
1954. 

T/0 Date Composition Off Avin 

156th Ftr-Bmr. Sq. 1-1280P 1 May 54 1 x Parts II and HE 31 135 

Augmentation: 

Maintenance 1-7504P 1 Dec. 51 1 x Part IIB 1 45 

Supply 1-7502P 1 Dec. 51 1 x Part IIB 2 48 

Motor Vehicle 1-8504P 1 Dec. 51 1 x Part IIA 2 69 

Medical 1-9022 1 Jan. 52 1 x Part HAD 1 3 

Non-T/0 Aurthorizations (Trainer Operator Supervisor and Information Specialists) 3 

By Order of the Governor : 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton TTic Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



150 



Report of The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

AD.TUTArs^T General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 33 



18 October 1954 



Conversion, Reorganization and Rertesignation of National Guard 

Units, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter NG-AROTO 325.4 — NC, Na- 
tional Guard Bureau, subject: "Organization, Conversion, Reorganization 
and Redesignation of National Guard Units (30th Infantry Division)," dated 
12 October 1954, the following units of the North Carolina National Guard are 
heroby converted, reorganized .and/or redesignated in accordance with 
T/O&E's indicated, effective 28 October 195 Jf. Maximum authorized strength 
for officers and warrant officers is as indicated in Column 7 and for EM in 
Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 



Old Designation 

Hq. (In Part) 30th In- 
fantry Division 



New Designation y T/O'dE 



Station 



Hq. 30th Infantry Division Raleigh, N. C. 
(7-1, 15 May 52,' w/C4 
(Incl Mil Govt. Augm) 



DateofF/R 



11 Sept. 47 



94th Army Band 30th Infantry Division Band Raleigh, N. C. 

(12-107, 15 May 52) 



24 Feb. 47 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 505th 
Field Artillery Battal- 
ion (155-mm Gun, SP) 



Hq. Co., 30th Infantry 
Division (Less Sep Det) 
(7-2, 15 May 52, w/C5) 



Greensboro, N. C. 28 April 47 



Btry. A, 505th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(155-mm Gun, SP) 



30th MiHtary PoHce 
Company 
(19-27, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Greensboro, N. C. 8 July 48 



Btry. B, 505th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(155-mm Gun, SP) 



30th Quartermaster 
Company (10-17 
15 May 52, w/C4) 



Greensboro, N. C. 11 Oct. 49 



Btry. C, 130th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (SP) 



30th Reconnaissance 
Company (17-57, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



Sanford, N. C. 



11 June 48 



Hq. & Hq. Company 
120th Infantry 



Hq. & Hq. Company, 
139th Infantrv (7-12, 
15 May 52, ^v/C^) 



Reidsville, N. C. 22 April 47 



Company D, 119th 
Infantry 



Service Company, 139th 
Infantry (7-13, 
15 May 52, w/C6) 



Durham, N. C. 



29 Mar. 48 



Report of The Adjutant General 151 

Old Designation New Designation l3 T/OlsE Station Date of f/R 



Hq. & Hq. Company Medical Company, 139tli Durham, N. C. 8 July 47 

119th Infantry Infantry (8-7, 

15 May 52, w/C2) 

Heavy Mortar Company, Heavy Mortar Company, Leaksville, N. C. 22 Sept. 47 
120th Infantry " 139th Infantry (7-14,' 

15 May 52, w/C5) 

Tank Company, 119th Tank Company, 139th Parkton, N. C. 16 Sept. 47 

Infantry (90-MM Gun) Infantry (90MM Gun) 

(17-37, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., Durham, N. C. 3 Oct. 47 

119th Infantry 139th Infantry (7-16, 

15 May 52, w/C5) 

Company A, 119th Company A, 139th Infantry O.xford, N. C. 12 May 47 

Infantry (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company B, 119th Company B, 139th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 15 Mar. 47 

Infantry (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company C, 119th Company C, 139th Infantry Henderson, N. C. 17 July 47 

Infantry (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Btry. C, 113th Field Company D, 139th Ro.xboro, N. C. 9 April 48 

Artillery Battalion Infantry (7-18, 

(105-mm How., Towed) 15 May 52, w/C4) 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., Hq. & Hq. Co., 2nd. Bn., Asheboro, N. C. 6 Jan. 48 

120th Infantry 139th Infantry (7-16, 

15 May 52, w/C5) 

Company A, 120th Company E, 139th Infantry Burlington, N. C. 20 Aug. 47 

Infantry (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company F, 120th Company F, 139th Infantry Albemarle, N. C. 12 Sept. 47 

Infantry (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company C, 120th Company G, 139th Infantry Lexington, N. C. 22 Tan. 48 

Infantry (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3)" 

Hq. Co., (Less Sep Det) Company I, 139th Infantry Apex, N. C. 22 Mar. 48 

30th Infantry Division (7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company K, 119th Company M, 139th Infantry Fayetteville, N. C. 13 Aug. 48 

Infantry (7-18, 15 May 52, w/C4) 

Company G, 119th Hq. & Hq. Company, 119th Rocky Mount, 7 Dec. 48 

Infantry Infantry (7-12, N. C. 

15 May 52, w/C7) 

Company C, 167th Tank Company, 119th Ahoskie, N. C. 14 Sept. 53 

Military Police Bn. Infantry (90MM Gun) 

(17-37, "15 May 52, w/C3) 



152 Report of The Adjutant General 

Old Designation New Designation y T/Ol^E Station 



DateofF/R 



Hq. &Hq. Co., 167th 
Military Police Bn. 



Hq. & Hq. Co., 1st Bn., Ahoskie, N. C. 

119th Infantry 
(7-16, 15 May 52, w/C5) 



26 Feb. 51 



Company A, 167th 
Military Police Bn. 



Company A, 119th Infantry Windsor, N. C. 
(7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 



26 Feb. 51 



Company B, 167th 
Military Police Bn. 

Company E, 119th 
Infantry 

Company H, 119th 
Infantry 

Company L, 119th 
Infantry 

Company L, 120th 
Infantry 



Company B, 119th Infantry Lasker, N. C. 10 April 52 

(7-17,'l5May52, w/C3) 

Company C, 119th Infantry Roanoke Rapids, 18 July 47 
(7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) N. C. 

Company D, 119th Infantry Scotland Neck, 22 Nov. 48 

(7-18, 15 May 52, w/C4) N. C. 

Company E, 119th Infantry Goldsboro, N. C. 14 May 47 
(7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Hq. & Hq. Company 120th Morganton, N. C. 14 July 47 
Infantry (7-12, 
15 May 52, w/C7) 



Btry. A, 112th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(105-mm How., Towed) 



Heavy Mortar Company, Forest City, N. C. 
120th Infantry (7-14, 
15 May 52, w7C5) 



14 Nov. 47 



Company G, 120th 
Infantry 

Company K, 120th 
Infantry 

Company I, 120th 
Infantry 

Company M, 120th 
Infantry 

Btry. B, 112th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(105-mm How., Towed) 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 252nd 
Field Artillery Group 
and Hq. & Hq. Btry., 
30th Div. Artillery 
(In part) 

Medical Detachmrtit, 
505th Field Arty. Bn. 
(155-mm Gun, SP) 



Company C, 120th Infantry Salisbury, N. C. 27 June 47 
(7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company F, 120th Infantry Gastonia, N. C. 24 July 47 
(7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company G, 120th Infantry Newton, N. C. 23 April 47 

(7-17, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

Company K, 120th Infantry Shelby, N. C. 10 Mar. 47 

(7-17, 15 May 53, w/C3) 

Company M, 120th Infantry Spindale, N. C. 13 Nov. 47 

(7-18, 15 May 52, w/C4) 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 30th Greensboro, N. C. 25 Aug. 47 

Division Artillery (6-lOlA, 
15 May 52, w/C6) 



Medical Detachment, 30th Greensboro, N. C. 24 Oct. 49 
Division Arty. (6-lOOA, 
7 July 54) 



Report of The Adjutant General 153 

Old Designation New Designation l^ T/Ol^E Station DateofF/R 



Btry. A, 449th Field 
Arty. Bn. (Obsn) 
(NGUS) 



Btry. A, 112th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-127, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



Granite Falls, 
N. C. 



1 Sept. 53 



Service Battery, 112th 
Field Artillery Bn. 
(105-mm How., Towed) 



Btry. B, 112th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-127, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



.enoir. 



N. C. 



26 Oct. 4cS 



Btry. C, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(155-mm How., Towed) 



Btry. C, 113th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-127, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



Smithfield, N. C. 7 Dec. 53 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 540th 
Field Artillery Battal- 
ion (155-mm Gun, 
Towed) (NGUS) 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 540th 
Field Artillery (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-126, 
15 May 52, w/C5) 



High Point, 
N. C. 



3 Nov. 52 



Btry. A, 540th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 



Btry. A, 540th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-127, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



High Point, 
N. C. 



3 Nov. 52 



Btry. B, 540th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 



Btry. B, 540th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-127, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



Thomasvil 
N. C. 



11 May 53 



Btry. C, 540th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 



Btry. C, 540th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (105-mm 
How., Towed) (6-127, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



Siler City, N. C. 4 Mar. 54 



Svc. Btry., 540th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
Gun, Towed) (NGUS) 



Svc. Btry., 540th Field High Point, 

Artillery Battalion N. C, 

(105-mm How., Towed) 
(6-129, 15 May 52, w/C3) 



1 June S} 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 690th 
Field Arty. Bn. 
(155-mm How., Towed) 
(NGUS) 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 690th 
Field Arty. Bn. (155-mm 
How., Towed) (6-136, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



New Bern, N. C. 26 Jan. 53 



Btry A, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(155-mm How., Towed) 



Btry. A, 690th Field Artil- 
lery Battalion (155-mm 
How., Towed) (6-137, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



Beaufort, N. C. 16 Nov. S3 



154 Report of The Adjutant General 

OU Designation New Designation i^ T/OlsE Station 



DateofF/R 



Btry. B, 690th Field Btry. B, 690th Field Artil- New Bern, N. C. 

Artillery Bn. (155-mm lery Battalion (155-mm 

How., Towed) (NGUS) How., Towed) (6-137, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



26 Jan. 53 



Svc. Btry., 295th Field Btry. C, 690th Field Artil- Morehead City, 
Artillery Battalion lery Battalion (155-mm N. C. 

(155-mm How., Towed) How., Towed) (6-137, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



13 Sept. 54 



Svc. Btry., 690th Field Svc. Btry., 690th Field Jacksonville, 

Artillery Bn. (155-mm Artillery Battalion N. C. 

How., Towed) (NGUS) (155-mm How., Towed) 
(6-139, 15 May 52, w/C3) 



27 Jan. 53 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 725th 
AAA Bn. (AW) (M) 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 130th 
AAA Battalion (AW) 
(SP) (44.76, 15 May 52, 
w/C4) 



Whiteville, N. C. 10 Jan. 50 



Btry. A, 725th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (M) 



Btry. A, 130th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (SP) 
(44-77, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Shallotte, N. C. 28 Nov. 49 



Btry. B, 725th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (M) 



Btry. B, 130th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (SP) 
(44-77, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Fair Bluff, N. C. 1 May 50 



Btry. C, 725th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (M) 



Btry. C, 130th AAA Battal- 
ion (AW) (SP) (44-77, 
15 May 52, w/C2) 



Bladenboro, N. C. 17 Jan. 50 



Btry. D, 725th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (M) 



Btry. D, 130th AAA Batal- 
ion (AW) (SP) (44-77, 
15 May 52, w/C2) 



Benson, N. C. 



14 April 52 



Hq. & Hq. & Svc. Co., 
378th Engr. Bn. (C) 
(Army) (NGUS) 



Hq. Hq. & Svc. Co., 133rd Charlotte, N. C. 20 Nov. 52 
Engr. Battalion (Combat) 
(5-16, 15 May 52, w/C5) 



Company A, 378th Engr. 
Battalion (C) (Army) 
(NGUS) 



Company A, 133rd Engr. 
Battalion (Combat) 
(5-17, 15 May 52, w/Cl) 



Lincolnton, N. C. 21 Nov. 52 



Company B, 378th Engr. 
Battalion (C) (Army) 
(NGUS) 



Company B, 133rd Engr. 
Battalion (Combat) 
(5-17, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Charlotte, N. C. 20 Nov. 52 



Company C, 378th Engr. 
Battalion (C) (Army) 
(NGUS) 



Company C, 133rd Engr. 
Battalion (Combat) 
(5-17, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Statesville, N. C. 19 Nov. 52 



Report of The Adjutant General 155 

Old Designation New Designation i^ T/0i3E Station DateofF/R 



Btry. C, 505th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(155-mm Gun, SP) 



Hq. & Hq. Det., 730tli 
Ordnance Battalion 
(9-26, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Greensboro, N. C. 17 Nov. 50 



Svc. Btry., 505th Field Company A, (Forward) 
Artillery Battalion 730th Ordnance Bn. 

(155-mm Gun, SP) (9-27, 15 May 52, w/C2) 



Greensboro, N. C. 2 Dec. 48 



3624th Ordinance Com- Company B, (Rear) 730th Butner, N. C. 
panv (Direct Support) Ordnance Bn. (9-28, 
15 May 52, w/C3) 



20 Feb. 48 



Hq. & Hq. Btry., 130th 
AAA Battalion (AW) 
(SP) 



Hq. Hq. & Svc. Company, Red Springs, 
130th Tank Battalion (17- N. C. 

26A, 10 June 54) 



10 June 47 



Btry A, 130th AAA Company A, 130th Tank Raeford, N. C. 10 Mar. 47 

Battalion (AW) (SP) Battalion (17-27A, 

10 June 54) 



Btry. B, 130th AAA 
Battalion (AW) (SP) 



Company B, 130th Tank 
Battalion (17-27A, 
10 June 54) 



St. Pauls, N. C. 



8 Nov. 49 



Btry. D, 130th AAA 
Battali9n (AW) (SP) 



Company D, 130th Tank 
Battalion (17-27A, 
10 June 54) 



Southern Pines, 
N. C. 



7 Oct. 49 



Btry. A, 690th Field 
Artillery Bn. (155-mm 
How., Towed) (NGUS) 



^Btry. A, 295th Field 
Artillery Battalion 
(155-mm How., Towed) 
(6-137, 15 May 52, w/C3) 



Washington, 
N. C. 



29 Jan. 53 



Btry. C, 690th Field 



^Btry. C, 295th Field 



Greenville, N. C. 28 Jan. 53 



How., Towed) (NGUS) (155-mm How., Towed) 
(6-137, 15 May 52, w/C3) 

2. All units listed above except those indicated by an asterisk are assigned 
to the 30th Infantry Division. 

3. All enlisted personnel in units listed under "Old Designation" are hereby 
transferred to units listed under "New Designation," effective 28 October 1954, 
unless otherwise listed in special orders, this Department. All officers affect- 
ed will be reassigned by special orders, this Department. 

4. Personnel, other than Warrant Officer (Unit Administrator, MOS 
2123), rendered excess by this change in organization will be absorbed in 
accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 6c, NGR 15. The position of 
Warrant Officer (Unit Administrator, MOS 2123) has been eliminated from 



156 Report of The Adjutant General 

Active Army T/O&E's. but will not become effective foi' National Guard units 
until announced by the National Guard Bureau. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Ad'ministrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 

RALEI(!H 

General Orders 18 October 1954 

No. 34 

Non-T/O AFSC and rosition Title Conversion 

1. Line 3, Qualification Section, Table of Distribution, Headquarters, North 
Carolina Air National Guard, dated 1 July 1954, is changed from "Senior 
Air Operations Specialist, AFSC 27150" to "Air Passenger and Operations 
Specialist, AFSC 60150," effective 1 November 1954. 

2. Part II, Non-T/O Personnel Authorization Table, 156th Fighter Bomber 
Squadron, dated 26 August 1953, is changed from "Trainer Operator Super- 
visor, AFSC 99170" to "Instrument Trainer Technician, AFSC 34170," effect- 
ive 1 November 1954. 

3. Authority: Para. 12, National Guard Bureau Bulletin Number 46. dated 
6 October 1954. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiIxLard R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 
Ad.tutant General's Department 

Raleigh 
General Orders 18 October 1954 

No. 35 

Special Dnty Hni'rieane Hazel 

1. By Direction of the Governor, Colonel Kenneth M. Corbett, 0274041, 
two additional officers assigned to Hq, 252nd AAA Gp, Hq Btry, 252nd AAA 
Gp, Hq Btry, 150th AAA Bn, and Co I, 119th Inf, are ordered into the service 
of the State 15 October 1954, and will mobilize in accordance with AGD Cir- 
cular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to the civilian authorities 
Wilmington area and render such assistance as they request. Upon com- 
pletion of this duty are relieved of this special State Service. 



Report of The Adjutant General 157 

2. By Direction of the Governor, Major John C. Maultsby, 01642355, two 
additional officers assigned to Hq, 725th AAA Bn, Hq Btry and Btry A, 725th 
AAA Bn, are ordered into the service of the State 16 October 1954 and will 
mobilize in accordance with AGD Circular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and 
will report to the civilian authorities Shallotte area and render such assist- 
ance as they request. Upon completion of this duty are relieved of this special 
State Service. 

3. By Direction of the Governor, Btry C, 725th AAA Bn, is ordered into the 
service of the State 16 October 1954 and will mobilize in accordance with 
AGD Circular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to Colonel Kenneth 
M. Corbett at Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, for further orders. Upon 
completion of this duty is relieved of this special State Service. 

4. By Direction of the Governor, Btry D, 150th AAA Bn, is ordered into 
the service of the State 16 October 1954 and will mobilize in accordance with 
AGD Circular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to the civilian 
authorities Topsail Beach area and render such assistance as they request. 
Upon completion of this duty is relieved of this special State Service. 

5. By Direction of the Governor, Service Btry, 690th FA Bn (NGUS), is 
ordered into the service of the State 15 October 1954 and will mobilize in 
accordance with AGD Circular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to 
the civilian authorities Jacksonville area and render such assistance as they 
request. Upon completion of this duty is relieved of this special State Service. 

6. By Direction of the Governor, Btry A, 295th FA Bn, is ordered into 
the service of the State 15 October 1954 and will mobilize in accordance with 
AGD Circular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to the civilian 
authorities Morehead City-Beaufort area and render such assistance as they 
request. Upon completion of this duty is relieved of this special State Service. 

7. By Direction of the Governor, Btry A, 690th FA Bn (NGUS), is ordered 
into the service of the State 18 October 1954 and will mobilize in accordance 
with AGD Circular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to Sheriff 
Rumley at Washington and render such assistance as he may request. Upon 
completion of this duty is relieved of this special State Service. 

8. By Direction of the Governor, Co M, 119th Inf, is ordered into the service 
of the State 18 October 1954 and will mobilize in accordance with AGD Cir- 
cular No. 19, dated 1 October 1954, and will report to Colonel Kenneth M. 
Corbett at Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, for further orders. Upon com- 
pletion of this duty is relieved of this special State Service. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxtox The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Dej)artment 



158 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 22 October 1954 

No. 36 

SMOP 2 General Orders No. 35, AGD, NC, dated 18 October 1954, as per- 
tains to Btry A, 725th AAA Bn, that reads "16 Octoher 195.'," is AMENDED 
to read "i.5 Octoher 1954" 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Wlllard R. Bloxton • The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 22 October 1954 

No. 37 

SMOP 1 General Orders No. 35, AGD, NC, dated 18 October 1954, as reads 
"two additional officers assigned to Hq, 252nd AAA Co, Hq Btry 252nd AAA 
Gp," is AMENDED to read "Hq & Hq Btry, 252nd AAA Gp." 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 2 November 1954 

No. 38 

Amendment to (General Orders 
1. So much of Paragraph 1, General Orders No. 33, this Department, dated 
18 October 1954, as reads "ISSrd Engineer Battalion (Combat)" is AMENDED 
to read "J05th Engineer Battalion (Combat)," effective 28 October 1954. 



Report of The Adjutant General 159 

2. Authority: TWX message NG AROTO. National Guard Bureau, dated 
1 November 1954. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 5 November 1954 

No. 39 

Army Aviation Inspections 

1. In accordance with the provisions of paragraph 43b, AR 95-5, a combined 
administrative, training and technical inspection of North Carolina Army 
Aviation Activities will be conducted by an inspection team detailed by the 
Commanding General, Third Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 

Charlotte (Morris Field) 0800 30 Nov. 54 

Hq. & Hq. Btry. IV Corps Arty. 
L-17A 47-1376 1 
L-19A 51-4904 [ (3 Aircraft) 
L-19A 51-12309J 

Lenoir (NG Field) 0800 1 Dec. 54 

Hq. &Hq. Btry., 112th FA Bn. 

L-19A 51-4786 \ n a- f ^ 
L-19A 51-12242/ (2 A.rcraft) 

Greensboro (GSO) 0800 2 Dec. 54 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 540th FA Bn. 

L-19A 51-4851 \ /-, a- f ^ 
L-19A 51-7351 / ^^ Aircraft) 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 30th Div. Arty. 
L-19A 51-120991 ,- .. ., 
L-19A 51-16970/ (2 Aircraft) 

Raleigh (Raleigh-Durham) 0800 3 Dec. 54 

Hq. & Hq. Co., 139th Inf. 

L-19A 51-125481- (1 Aircraft) 6 Dec. 54 

Sep. Det. Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div. 

L-17B 48-1065 

L-19A 51-4570 

L-19A 51-7402 

L-19A 51-7467 [ (7 Aircraft) 

L-19A 51-11987 

L-19A 51-16933 

H-13G 52-7979 



160 Report of The Adjutant General 

LouiSBURG (Franklin Airfield) 0800 7 Dec. 54 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 113th FA Bn. 

L-19A 51-4964 1 ,^ .■ . s 
L-19A 51-12530/ (2 Aircraft) 

KiNSTON 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 196th FA Gp. 0800 8 Dec. 54 

L-19A 51-7337 \ n &■ r.^ 
L-19A 51-12189/ (2 Aircraft) 

New Bern (Simmons Knott Airport) 0800 9 Dec. 54 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 690th FA Bn. 

L-19A 51-12722^ (1 Aircraft) 
Hq. & Hq. Btry., 295th FA Bn. 

L-19A 51-12683^ (1 Aircraft) 

2. All forms, records and assigned aircraft and allied equipment, will be 
made ready and accessible for inspection at the respective airports. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adjutant General, 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant GeneraVs Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 10 November 1954 

No. 40 

()if>i»ni/,a("<>ii of I nit, \( \(i 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter National Guard Bureau, 
NG-AROTO 325.4 — NC, subject: "Organization, Conversion, Reorganization 
and Redesignation of National Guard Units (30th Infantry Division)," dated 
12 October 1954, the following unit is organized as a unit of the North Caro- 
lina National Guard, effective 12 November 195//, under T/O&E, home station 
and strength requirement as indicated: 





Home 
Station 


Applicable ToO&E 

7-16, 15 May 52 
w/C5 


Reg. for Fed. 
Recognition 


Unit Designation 


Off y pro EM 


Hq. & Hq. Co., 3rd Bn., 
139th Infantry 


Fayetteville, 
N. C. 


3 8 



2. Maximum authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as 
listed in Column 7 and enlisted strength in Column 8 of appropriate T/O&E. 

3. Unit will be presented for inspection for Federal Recognition in accord- 
ance with procedures contained in Section III, NGR 15. dated 26 June 1953. 



Report of The Adjutant General 161 

Inspecting Officer to be designated by Commanding General, Third Army, 
Fort McPherson, Georgia. 

4. The following records will be prepared and presented to the Inspecting 
Officer: 

a. Copy of NGB Form 5, authority to organize the unit, and applicable 
T/O&E from the Chief. National Guard Bureau, to The Adjutant General of 
North Carolina. Five (5) copies. 

b. Initial roster of unit. Five (5) copies. 

c. Special Orders assigning officers and enlisted men to the unit and 
duties therein. Five (5) copies. 

d. Enlistment record DA Form 165 for each member executed in three 
(3) copies for new enlistees and one (1) copy for EM with current service 
obligation. 

d. Service Record, NGB Form 24, for each member to be completed to 
date. 

By Order of the Governor: 

Joux H. Maxxim; 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Loxgest The Adjutant General 

Military Administ7'ative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 19 November 1954 

No. 41 

Section I 
liiiK'tivatioii of I nit, \C»l'S 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter NG-AROTO 325.4— NC, Na- 
tional Guard Bureau, subject: "Release of Army National Guard Unit from 
the Active Military Service to State Control," dated 16 November 1954, the 
following unit with station indicated is inactivated effective 2400 hours 15 
November 1954: 

Unit Designation Former Station Date of F/R 



382nd Signal Detachment (Radar Wilmington, North Carolina 9 April 1953 

Maintenance Unit, Type E) (N(jUS) 

2. All enlisted personnel are hereby transferred to 382d Signal Detachment 
(RMU, Type E), effective 0001 hours 16 November 1954. Warrant officer 
concerned will be reassigned by special orders, this Department. 

3. Equipment will be transferred in accordance with instructions issued 
by the USP&FO for this State. 

4. A final morning report will be prepared in accordance with paragraph 
6, NGR 57. 



162 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Section II 
Reactivation of Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter NG-AROTO 325.4— NC, Na- 
tional Guard Bureau, subject: "Release of Army National Guard Unit from 
the Active Military Service to State Control," dated 16 November 1954, the 
following unit of the North Carolina National Guard is reactivated effective 
0001 hours 16 Novemher 19oJi, under T/O&E, home station, authorized strength 
and effective date of Federal recognition as indicated: 



Unit Designation 

382nd Signal Detach- 
ment (Radar Main- 
tenance Unit, 
Type E) 



Home 
Station 



Auth. Strength DateofF/R 



T/Ol^E and Date WO 



Wilmington, 11-500A, 1 July 52 
N. C. w/C2 



1 



EM 
4 



F/R 
9 Jan. 50 



2. An initial morning report will be prepared in accordance with the pro- 
visions of paragraph 6, NGR 57. 



By Order of the Governor: 

OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
Adjzitant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 42 



24 November 1954 



Scli('<Uil(> of Annual Armory InsjuH-tiojis 
1. Pursuant to Sec. 93, National Defense Act, as amended, and the pro- 
visions of Sec. II, National Guard Regulations No. 48, 30 October 1950, as 
amended. Annual Armory Inspections of the following North Carolina Na- 
tional Guard units will be conducted by officers detailed by the Commanding 
General, Third Army, at the places and on the dates indicated: 



Unit 



Btry. A, 690th FA Bn. 

Col, 119th Inf. 

Svc. Btry., 690th FA Bn. 

Btry. C, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) (SP) 

Svc. Center No. 11 

Med. Det., 150th AAA Bn. (Gun, 

90-MM) 
Hq. & Hq. Btry., 150th AAA Bn. 

(Gun, 90-MM) 
Btry. D, 150th AAA Bn. (Gun, 

90-MM) 



Location 

Beaufort 

Wilmington 

Jacksonville 

Bladenboro 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wallace 



Date 

24 Jan. 55 

24 Jan. 55 

25 Jan. 55 
25 Jan. 55 
25 Jan. 55 

25 Jan. 55 

25 Jan. 55 

28 Jan. 55 



Inspector 

Maj. Aman 
Col. Woodes 
Maj. Aman 
Lt. Col. Matthews 
Col Woodes 

Col. Woodes 

Col. Woodes 

Maj. Aman 



Report of The Adjutant General 



163 



Unit 



Location 



Date 



Inspector 



Svc. Center No. 12 

Hq. & Hq. Btry., 130th AAA Bn. 

(AW) (SP) 
Btry. A, 130th AAA Bn. (AW) (SP) 
123rd Sig. Det., (RMU, Type E) 
382nd Sig. Det., (RMU, Type E) 
Hq. & Hq. Btrv., 2S2nd AAA Gp. 
217th AAA Det. (RCAT) 
Btry. C, 295th FA Bn. 
Btry. C, 113th FA Bn. 
Svc. Co., 139th Inf. 
Med. Co., 119th Inf. 
Btrv C, 150th AAA Bn. (Gun. 

90-MM) 
Hq. Hq. Co., 1st. Bn., 139th Inf. 
Svc. Center No. 8 
Svc. Center No. 13 
Hq. & Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 119th Inf. 
Co. B, (Rear) 730th Ord. Bn. 
Hq. & Hq. Btry., 295th FA Bn. 
Med. Co., 139th Inf. 
30th Inf. Div. Band 
Hq. 30th Inf. Div. 
Btry. A, 295th FA Bn. 
Sep. Det., Hq. Co., 30th Inf. Div. 

(Light Avn. Sec.) 
Hq. & Hq. Det. NC NG 
USP & FO, State of North CaroUna 
State Maintenance Shop 
USP & FO Concentration Site 



Whitevillc 


26 Jan. 55 


Lt. Col. Matthews 


Whiteville 


26 Jan. 55 


Lt. Col. Matthews 


Shallotte 


26 Jan. 55 


Col. Woodes 


Wilmington 


27 Jan. 55 


Lt. Col. Matthews 


Wilmington 


27 Jan. 55 


Lt. Col. Matthews 


Wilmington 


27 Jan. 55 


Col. Woodes 


Raleigh 


7 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Greenville 


7 Feb. 55 


Col. Axup 


Smithfield 


7 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Durham 


7 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Wilson 


8 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Irwin 


Williamston 


8 Feb. 55 


Col. Axup 


Durham 


8 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Durham 


8 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Wilson 


9 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Wilson 


9 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Burner 


9 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Matthews 


Washington 


9 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Durham 


9 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Raleigh 


10 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Irvin 


Raleigh 


10 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Matthews 


Washington 


10 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Patrick 


Raleigh 


10 Feb. 55 


Lt. Col. Richardson 


Raleigh 


10 Feb. 55 


Col. Woodes 


Raleigh 


7-9 Feb. 55 


Col. Woodes 


Butner 


7-9 Feb. 55 


Col. Woodes 


Burner 


7-9 Feb. 55 


Col. Woodes 



2. Armory Inspections will be made in two (2) parts: an administrative 
inspection of armory facilities, property, official records, and general admin- 
istration. The unit commander, first sergeant, supply sergant and adminis- 
trative, maintenance and supply technicians will be present at the armory at 
the time designated for the administrative inspection. There will also be an 
inspection of the state of training of all personnel of the organization and the 
adequacy of equipment. The hours of these two parts of the inspection will 
be set by arrangement between the unit commander and the inspecting officer. 

3. All property, arms, clothing and equipment will be thoroughly cleaned 
and prepared for inspection. Property in supply rooms and individual lockers 
will be neatly and carefully arranged, in order that the inspecting officer 
may check their condition without loss of time. 

4. The inspection will be formal. Unit commanders will review carefully 
Sec. II, NGR 20-10-8, 22 April 1953, and present the unit for inspection accord- 
ing to directives contained therein. 

By Order of the Governor: 



OFFICIAL 
Thomas B. Longest 
Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



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State of North Carolixa 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 43 



1 December 1954 



Section I 
Revocation of General ()r<lers 

1. General Orders No. 21, AGD NC, 1954, pertaining to "Staff Assignments" 
National Guard Section, Headquarters Headquarters Detachment, North Caro- 
lina National Guard, is REVOKED. 

Section II 

Staff Assignments — Headquarters Hea(l<|uarters 

Detachment, North Carolina National Guard 

1. Pursuant to Table of Distribution, Headquarters Headquarters Detach- 
ment, North Carolina National Guard, approved by the Adjutant General, 
North Carolina, 1 December 1954, following designation of MOS and occu- 
pancy thereof, is announced. This instrument is not to be considered as 
effecting any reassignments: 



National Guard Section Designation 
{MOS CODE) 

The Adjutant General (0002) 
USP & FO (NA) 
State Maintenance Officer (4800) 
Inspector General (9310) 
Judge Advocate General (8103) 

G-1, Personnel (2260) 

G-2, Intelligence (9301) 

G-3, Operation (2162) 

G-4, Logistics (4010) 

Assistant G-3, Operations (2162) 

Assistant G-4, Transportation(0692) 

Assistant G-4, Supply Depot (4450) 

Supervisor Army Aviation (1981) 

Finance (6201) 

Headquarters Commandant (2900) 

State Director (2025) 

Deputy State Director (2025) 

Procurement (Fiscal) (4320-6301) 

Selective Service OfF (2334) 

Selective Service Off (2334) 

Selective Service Off (2334) 
Selective Service Off (2334) 



Occupant 



Maj. Gen. John H. Manning O-207814 NCNG 
Col Michael H. Austell O-140215 FC NCNG 
Col. John Foreman O-200303 Ord. C NCNG 
Col. Wilev M. Pickens 0-235829 CE NCNG 
Lt. Col. Thomas W. Bruton 0-213891 JAGC 

NCNG 
Lt. Col. David W. Donovan 0-372365 Inf. NCNG 
Maj. Joseph A. Leinster 0-299351 Inf. NCNG 
Maj. Neil J. Pait, Jr. 0-451371 Artv. NCNG 
Maj. Richard G. York 0-1951365 QMC NCNG 
Capt. Hugh P. Massengill 0-965145 QMC NCNG 
Capt. Walter C. Lewis 0-1688352 Inf. NCNG 
Capt. Rohert J. Wilkins 0-947284 QMC NCNG 
Capt. Mack G. Bass 0-513349 Inf. NCNG 
Capt. Gravdon C. Liles 0-986482 FC NCNG 
Isr. Lt. Thomas E. Carter O-976410 Inf. NCNG 
Col. Thomas H. Upton 0-299867 FC NCNG 
Col. Charles R. Jonas O-224860 SS NCNG 
Lt. Col. Henrv H. Hutchinson 0-189741 QMC 

NCNG 
Lt. Col. Hugh L. Caveness 0-211641 CmlC 

NCNG 
Lt. Col. Russell C. Broaddus 0-3 14980 Inf. 

NCNG 
Maj. Quince E. Mathis O-270840 Inf. NCNG 
Maj. Lee Roy W. Armstrong 0-966576 SS NCNG 



Report of The Adjutant General 



165 



\ ational Cuard Section DfS'^nation 
{MOS CODE) 

Selective Service Off (2334) 
Selective Service Off (2334) 
Selective Service Off (2334) 
Selective Service Off (2334) 
Selective Service Off (2334) 
Medical Adviser (3100) 
Public Relations Off (5401) 
Militarv Personnel (2200) 



Occupant 



Maj. John L. Reitzel 0-3 15290 SS NCNG 
Maj. Thomas C. Brown 0-918758 SS NCNG 
Maj. Charles B. Ratchtord 0-1281802 SS NCNG 
Maj. Isaac T. Averv, Jr. O-453401 SS NCNG 
1st. Lt. Gravson Haves O-981830SS NCNG 
Maj. Edward W. Ludwig O-302107 MC NCNG 
1st. I,t. Stuart W. Sechriest 0-961813 SS NCNG 



Bv Order of the Governor: 



OFFICIAL 

David W. Do.\ovax 

Military Administrative Officer 

Adjutant General's Department 



John H. Manning 

Major General 

The Adjutant General 



166 Report of The Adjutant General 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 6 December 1954 

No. 44 

1. With profound sorrow the death of LT COL LOUIS 0. ELLIS, 
JR., 01080016, Arty, NCNG (Inactive), on 5 November 1954, is an- 
nounced. 

2. Lt Col Ellis was born at Wilmington, N. C, on 1 April 1903, 
son of Louis O. Ellis, Sr. and Mary Batson Ellis. Received his AB 
at Duke University in 1926. Enlisted in Band Section, Service Bat- 
tery, 252nd CAC 2 July 1929; played cornet and later served as Drum 
Major. Reenlisted in Service Battery, 252nd CAC, 3 July 1938, and 
specialized in personnel work until the command entered Federal 
Service — 16 September 1940. His knowledge of administration con- 
tributed materially to the processing of personnel into active mili- 
tary service. Released from Federal Service 7 December 1941 and 
recalled 26 January 1942, attended OCS. Fort Monroe, Virginia, 
where he was commissioned 10 July 1942. Promoted to 1st Lt 23 
December 1942, Captain 26 December 1944, and released from active 
military service 1 July 1946. Appointed Major, CAC, NCNG, 3 No- 
vember 1947, and assigned S-3, 150th AAA Bn, NCNG. Reassigned 
as Commanding Officer, 150th AAA Bn, NCNG, 10 February 1948, 
and promoted to Lt Col, CAC, NCNG, 25 February 1949. Entered 
active military service as Commanding Officer, 150th AAA Bn, NCNG, 
on 16 April 1951. The command trained at Camp Stewart, Georgia, 
and subsequently assigned as part of the AAA defense of Philadel- 
phia, Pa., when the Battalion returned to State control, 24 March 
1953, this officer remained on active duty until 31 December 1953, 
at which time returned to State control and transferred to the In- 
active National Guard of this State. 

3. Officer was employed as Chief Clerk, Purchasing Department, 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, until his death. Lt Col Ellis was an 
active member of the Fifth Avenue Methodist Church, Wilmington, 
N. C, having served in many important posts. In addition, this 
officer was an active member of the Masonic Order. 

4. Lt Col Ellis was a gentleman, very conscientious and contrib- 
uted freely his time and effort to his community and to the National 
Guard, which was an important part of his life. His death was a 
real loss to his church, the community, his employer and the Na- 
tional Guard. The Armed Forces has lost a most valuable, efficient, 
and faithful officer. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

David W. Donovan The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



Report of The Adjutant General 167 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 16 December 1954 

No. 45 

Reorganization of National Guard Unit, NCNG 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in 1st Ind, NG-AROTO 325.4 — NC 
(8 Dec 54), dated 14 December 1954, to letter, this Department, subject: 
"Tables of Organization and Equipment," dated 8 December 1954, the follow- 
ing unit of the North Carolina National Guard is hereby reorganized in ac- 
cordance with T/O&E indicated below, effective 20 December 1954- Maximum 
authorized strength for officers and warrant officers is as indicated: 

Maximum Autli. 
Strength 



Unit T/Ol^E and Date Off WO EM 



Hq. & Hq. Battery, 130th Antiaircraft 44-76, 15 May 52 12 3* 104 

Artillery Battalion (Automatic w/C5 

Weapons) (Self-Propeiled) 

*2. Personnel, other than Warrant Officer (Unit Administrator, MOS 2123), 
rendered excess by this reorganization will be absorbed in accordance with 
the provisions of Paragraph 6s, NGR 15. The position of Warrant Officer 
(Unit Administrator, MOS 2123) has been eliminated from Active Army 
T/O&E's, but will not become effective for National Guard units until an- 
nounced by the National Guard Bureau. 

By Order of the Governor: 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

Thomas B. Longest . The Adjutant General 

Military Administrative Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders 20 December 1954 

No. 46 

Organization of North Carolina Air National (iluard Unit 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in letter, Departments of the Army and 
the Air Force, National Guard Bureau, NG-AFOTP. subject: "Allotment and 



168 Report of The Adjutant General 

Authority to Organize the 8156th Replacement Training Squadron," dated 17 
December 1954, the organization of the 8156th Replacement Training Squad- 
ron is hereby announced, effective 3 January 1955. 

2. The 8156th Replacement Training Squadron will be organized in ac- 
cordance with TABLE OF DISTRIBUTION listed below and is attached to 
the 156th Fighter-Bomber Squadron for all administrative and logistical 
support, with station assignment, Morris Field, Charlotte, North Carolina. 
Applicable policies and procedures outlined in NOB letter, file NG-AFOTP. 
subject: "Policies and Changes Regarding ANG Replacement Training Squad- 
rons," dated 15 January 1954, will be complied with. 

T/D Date Off Amn 



ANG No. 1-120 1 Jan. 1954 25 75 

By Order of the Governor : 

John H. Manning 
OFFICIAL Major General 

WiLLARD R. Bloxton The Adhitant General 

Military Executive Officer 
Adjutant General's Department 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS AND WARRANT OFFICERS IN THE 

NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD 

AS OF 31 DECEMBER 1953 



AH MY UNITS 



(NON-DIV) 
Hq Hq Det, NCNG, Raleigh, N. C. (Federally Recognized IS March 1947) 

Austell, Michael H., Colonel 
Jonas, Charles R., Colonel 
Foreman, John, Colonel 
Upton, Thomas H., Colonel 
Broaddus, Russell G., Lt Colonel 
Bruton, Thomas W., Lt Colonel 
Caveness, Hugh L., Lt Colonel 
Donovan, David W., Lt Colonel 
Hutchinson, Henry H., Lt Colonel 
Pickens, Wiley M., Lt Colonel 
Armstrong, Lee Roy W., Major 
Avery, Isaac T. Jr., Major 
Brown, Thomas C, Major 
Leinster, Joseph A., Major 
Ludwig, Edward W., Major 
Mathis, Quince E., Major 
Pait, Neil J. Jr.. Major 
Ratchford, Charles B., Major 
Reitzel, John L., Major 
York, Richard G., Major 
Bass, Mack G. Jr., Captain 
Lewis, Walter C, Captain 
Massengill, Hugh P., Captain 
Wilkins, Robert J., Captain 
Carter, Thomas E., 1st Lt. 
Hayes, Grayson, 1st Lt. 
Sechriest, Stuart W., 1st Lt. 
Patrick, William L.. WOJG (W-1) 

(DIV-UNITS) 

Hq :«)th Inf IMv (In !'art), NCNG, Raleigh, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
11 September 1947) 

Bowers, Claude T., Brig. General 
Hardesty, Ivan, Colonel 
Banzet, Frank B., Lt Colonel 
Hatcher, Howell J.. Lt Colonel 



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Lee, Joel T., Lt Colonel 
Longest, Thomas B., Lt Colonel 
Shimer, Clarence B., Lt Colonel 
Alford, Lonnie R., Major 
Blalock, George F., Major 
Coxe, James S. Jr., Major 
Currin, Robert G., Major 
Davis, Ferd L., Major 
Holoman, William K., Major 
Manooch, Charles S. Jr., Major 
Patterson, Eugene R., Major 
Smith, Kenneth A., Major 
Stott, Charles C, Major 
Vinson, James A., Major 
Barrow, Edward F., Captain 
Liles, Graydon C, Captain 
Sanford, James T., Captain 
Shelden, Robert E. H., Captain 
Barnes, Floyd P., 1st Lt. 
Marks, Charles L., 1st Lt. 
Robinson, Bernard E., 1st Lt. 
Ives, Lowell W., 2nd Lt. 
Outlaw, Jennings C, 2nd Lt. 
Link, Wallace G., WOJG (W-1) 
Oglesby, Thomas B., WOJG (W-1) 
Pate, Chester B., WOJG (W-1) 

Hq Co 30th Inf Div (Less Separate Det), NCNG, Apex, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 22 Mar 1948) 

Ashley, Jay L., Captain 
Gay, George A., 1st Lt. 
King, Centennial C, 1st Lt. 
Snotherly, Henry A., 2nd Lt. 
Riley, Fred T., CWO (W-2) 

Sep. Det. Hq. Co. 30th Inf Div NCNG, Raleigh-Durham Airport, N. C. 
(Federally Recognized 22 March 1948) 
Davidson, Tarver W., 1st Lt. 
Davis, George M., 2nd Lt. 
Elliott, Leighton M., 2nd Lt. 
Pulley, James F., Jr., 2nd Lt. 

Med Det 30th Inf Div NCNG, Apex, N. C. (Federally Recognized 13 Jan- 
uary 1950) 

Hart, Lillard F., Major 

30th Signal Co., NCNG, Canton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 May 1947) 
Blalock, Clifton E. Jr., Major 
Chapman, Weaver C, Captain 
White, James A., Captain 



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Keylon, Arthur F., 1st Lt. 
Smathers, Sigmon W., 1st Lt. 
Winfrey, James W., 1st Lt. 
Russell, Jack H., 2nd Lt. 
Brown, William R., WOJG (W-1) 
Davis, Stuart M., WOJG (W-1) 
Johnson, Charles S., WOJG (W-1) 

Hq Hq Btry 30th Div Arty (In Part), NCNG, Louisburg, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 25 August 1947) 

Griffin, Edward F., Brig. General 
Denning, James W., Major 

II 9th Infantry 

Hq Hq Co, NCNG, Durham, N. C. (Federally Recignized 8 July 1947) 

Edwards, Daniel K., Colonel 

Hughes, Robert A., Lt Colonel 

Cartwright, John W., Major 

Harrison, George W., Major 

Sanders, Richard T., Major 

White-Hurst, Bernard M., Chaplain (Major) 

Lougee, Henry S., Captain 

McGinnis, James W., Chaplain (Captain) 

Milton, Marshall M., Chaplain (Captain) 

Pennington, Hubert E., Captain 

Pickett, Stewart M., Captain 

Cleveland, Robert D., 1st Lt. 

Hale, Claude E. Jr., 1st Lt. 

Hancock, Franklin W., 1st Lt. 

Raynor, George E. Jr., 1st Lt. 

Scott, Jesse P., 1st Lt. 

Coggin, John R. Jr., 2nd Lt. 

Mansfield, Raymond M., 2nd Lt. 

Markham, Jack W., 2nd Lt. 

Milton, Hugh M., 2nd Lt. 

Veasey, Sterling S. Jr., 2nd Lt. 

Rees, Leland M., WOJG (W-1) 

Spain, Grayson E., WOJG (W-1) 

Medical Co, NCNG, Wilson, N. C. (Federally Recognized 10 March 1949) 

Hood, John M., Captain 
Taylor, Allen, Captain 
Boyette, Earl R., 2nd Lt. 
Hood, Vernon L., 2nd Lt. 
Lamm, John G., 2ud Lt. 
Smiley, Melvin W., 2nd Lt. 
Vick, George C. Jr., 2nd Lt. 



172 Report of The Adjutant General 

Service Co, NCNG, Elizabeth City, N. C. (Federally Recognized 8 April 
1947) 

Naugher, Loran D., Major 
Scott, Shelton G., Captain 
Harrell, Benjamin C, 2nd Lt. 
White, Luther A. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Chapin, William McC, CWO (W-2) 
Helmkamp, Richard C, CWO (W-2) 
Bankos, John B., WOJG (W-1) 
Warren, Gerald R.. AVOJG (W-1) 

Hv Mortar Co. NCNG, Edenton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 12 May 1947) 

Fry, Cecil W., Captain 
Swanner, Charlie W.. 1st Lt. 
Swanner, Joseph K., 2nd Lt. 
Asbell, John H., Jr. CWO (W-2) 

Tank Co, NCNG, Parkton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 16 September 1947) 

Hall, Roger F., Captain 
Acree, Carl L., 1st Lt. 
McGougan, Ernest D., 1st Lt. 
Smathers, Rufus E.. 1st Lt. 
Hall, James E. Jr., CWO (W-2) 

Hq Hq Co, 1st Bn, NCNG, Durham, N. C. (Federally Recognized 3 October 
1947) 

Steagall. Gordon L, Lt Col. 
Floyd, John E., Major 
Sanders, Harper K. Jr., Major 
Barnes, Lee R., Captain 
Bouchard, Arthur J., Captain 
Durham, Robert J., Captain 
Keeton, William P. Jr., Captain 
Chandler, Malcolm T., 1st Lt. 
Dennis, Luther A., 1st Lt. 
Dudley, Roland E., 1st Lt. 
Pickett, Claudius A., 2nd Lt. 

Co A, NCNG, Oxford, N. C. (Federally Recognized 12 May 1947) 

Puckett, Hoyle B., Captain 
Henry, William R., 1st Lt. 
Nicholson, Grover C. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Steagall, James G., 2nd Lt. 
Wilson. Thomas P., WOJG (W-1) 

Co B, NCNG, Warrenton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 15 Mar 1947) 

Arrington, Samuel T., Captain 
Currie, Roger L., 2nd Lt. 



Report of The Adjutant General 173 

Evans. Thomas M., 2ud Lt. 
Powell, Thomas H., 2nd Lt. 
Pridgen, Carson S., 2nd Lt. 
Floyd. Arthur H.. CWO (W-2) 

Co C, NCNG, Henderson, N. C. (Federally Recognized 19 July 1947) 

Cooper, Scott P., Captain 
Eaves, Charles T., 1st Lt. 
Garrett, Herbert M., 1st Lt. 
Pridgen, Benjamin M., 1st Lt. 
Duke, Robert L., 2nd Lt. 
Tucker, George N. Jr., 2nd Li. 
Faulkner, Darwood W., WOJG (W-1) 

Co D, NCNG, Durham, N. C. ((Federally Recognized 29 March 1948) 

Pendergrass, Coye L., Captain 
Christmas, Edward L. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Eakes, Joe 0. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Jary, Bernard J., 2nd Lt. 
Newton, Walter C. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Weiss, Joseph P., CWO (W-2) 

Hq Hq Co 2nd Bn, NCNG. Wilson. N. C. (Federally Recognizi^d 2^* April 
1947) 

Taylor, Herbert H. Jr.. Lt Colonel 
Ingram, William E., Major 
Cook, Richard A., Captain 
Hertzberg, Sol, Captain 
Monroe, Orville N. Jr., Captain 
Smith, Oscar L., Captain 
Waters, Admiral D. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Corrington, Ronald E. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Newton, James E., 2nd Lt. 

Co E, NCNG, Roanoke Rapids, N C. (Federally Recognized 18 July 1947) 

Hale, Joseph L., 1st Lt. 
Humphrey, Milton, 1st Lt. 
Hockaday, Alvin T., 2nd Lt. 
Peoples. Carl E., CWO (W-2) 

Co F, NCNG, Tarboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 9 July 1947) 

Bailey, John J. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Brock, Linwood M., 1st Lt. 
Lockhart, Charles H., 1st Lt. 
Stallings, John W., 1st Lt. 
Crisp, Robert E., 2nd Lt. 
Futrell, Joseph F., Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Gardner. Walter M.. WOJG (W-1) 



174 Report of The Adjutant General 

Co G, NCNG, Rocky Mount, N. C. (Federally Recognized 7 December 
1948) 

Cuthrell, Hiram J., Captain 
DeBow, Clyde E., 2nd Lt. 
Dennis, William B., 2nd Lt. 
Reid, James W. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Stephenson, Harold L., 2nd Lt. 
Pittman, Jasper L., WOJG (W-1) 

Co H, NCNG, Scotland Neck, N. C. (Federally Recognized 22 November 
1948) 

Allsbrook, David A., 2nd Lt. 
Branch, Robert B., 2nd Lt. 
Edwards, Harold B., 2nd Lt. 
Allmond, William E. Jr., WOJG (W-1) 

Hq Hq Co 3rd Bn, NCNG, Clinton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 31 May 
1948) 

Buck, William M., Major 
Eason, William L., Major 
Grissom, Robert M., Captain 
MacDonald, Thomas H., Captain 
Shaw, William B., Captain 
Summerlin, Charles A. Jr., Captain 
Strickland, James F., 1st Lt. 
Corbitt, Herman H. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Hasty, Rudolph F., 2nd Lt. 
Starling, William L. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Whitfield, William B., CWO (W-2) 

Co I, NCNG, Wilmington, N. C. (Federally Recognized 13 May 1947) 
Morse, James H., Captain 
Rich, George T., 1st Lt. 
Waldoch, Donald J., 2nd Lt. 
Strickland, James T.. CWO (W-2) 

Co K, NCNG, Fayetteville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 13 August 1948) 
Armour, Franklin G., 1st Lt. 
Beard, Wilbur F., 1st Lt. 
DeVane, James D. Ill, 1st Lt. 
Millard, James H., 2nd Lt. 
Saunders, Joseph A., 2nd Lt. 

Co L, NCNG, Goldsboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 May 1947) 
Kannan, James C. Jr., Captain 
Crawford, Edward B., 1st Lt. 
Whitfield, Richard A., 1st Lt. 
Goff, James R., 2nd Lt. 
Lashley, Eugene M., 2nd Lt. 
Vinson, Herman W., 2nd Lt. 



Report of The Adjutant General 175 

Co M, NCNG, Warsaw, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 April 1947) 
Merritt, Henry C, Captain 
Huie, Earl B., 1st Lt. 
Allen, Harvey C. Jr.. 2nd Lt. 
Kornegay, George C, 2nd Lt. 
Rivenbark, Raymond W., 2nd Lt. 

120tli Infantry 

Hq Hq Co. NCNG, Reidsville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 22 April 1947) 
Parliam, Maston S., Colonel 
Davis, John C, Major 
Krueger, Warren R., Major 
Rogers, Duncan C. Jr., Major 
Summey, Thomas A. Jr., Chaplain (Major) 
Fitzgerald, Paul V. Jr., Captain 
Scott, Samuel F. Jr., Captain 
Walker, Julius B., Captain 
Wilkinson, David E., Chaplain (Captain) 
Bennett, Earnest A. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Gregory, Joseph F., 1st Lt. 
Grogan, Earl M., 1st Lt. 
Robertson, Leonard T., 1st Lt. 
Walker, Malcolm F., 1st Lt. 
Grogan, John W., CWO (W-2) 
Thompson, Roy A., WOJG (W-1) 

Service Co, NCNG, Asheville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 3 June 1947) 
Abernethy, Leroy F. Jr., Major 
Frady, Daniel W., Captain 
Porter, Roswell K., Captain 
Israel, William H., 1st Lt. 
Martin, Woodrow B., CWO (W-3) 
Cundiff, Louis M. Jr., WOJG (W-1) 
Drake, Robert E. Sr., WOJG (W-1) 
Wilkinson, Earnest D Jr., WOJG (W-1) 
Yarborough, Lonnie P., WOJG (W-1) 

Hv. Mortar Co, NCNG, Leaksville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 22 Sep- 
tember 1947) 

Dunton, Benjamin F., Captain 
Riley, Rupert, 1st Lt. 
Simpson, Jack P., 1st Lt. 
Powell. Dillard M., 2nd Lt. 
Brown. Lester N., WOJG (W-1) 

Tank Co, (90-MM Gun), NCNG, Waynesville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
30 April 1947) 

Carswell, Samuel A., Captain 
Byrd, Frank C, 1st Lt. 
Winchester, Robert H., 1st Lt. 
Adams, James R., 2nd Lt. 
Jones, Albert C, 2nd Lt. 



176 Report of The Adjutant General 

Medical Co, NCNG, Mocksville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 20 Septem- 
ber 1947) 

Wiggins, Charles H., Major 
Lagle, Hugh A., Captain 
Dickinson, Edgar C, 1st Lt. 
Hendricks, Worth T., 1st Lt. 
Beck, Harry L., 2nd Lt. 
Latta, James E., 2nd Lt. 
Looney, Sebert T., 2nd Lt. 

Hq Hq Co, 1st Bn, Mt. Airy, N. C. (Federally Recognized 16 March 1948) 
Sutton, Albert D., Lt. Colonel 
Baker, Ruggles L., Major 
Hudson, James G., Major 
Barnes, Beamer H., Captain 
Honeycutt, Lester V., Captain 
Jones, Kenneth K., 1st Lt. 
Bowman, Russell E., 2nd Lt. 
Hines, Clarence J., 2nd Lt. 
McNeil, James R., WOJG (W-1) 

Co A, NCNG, Burlington, N. C. (Federally Recognized 20 August 1947) 
Bradshaw, Thomas S., 1st Lt. 
McDonald, James D., 1st Lt. 
Pickard, Marvin C, 1st Lt. 
Smith, Ransom Jr., 1st Lt. 
Keen, Walter E., Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Moody, Joseph D., 2nd Lt. 
Gibson, Reginald T., WOJG (W-1) 

Co B, NCNG, Winston-Salem, N. C. (Federally Recognized 15 October 
1947) 

Blalock, Conrad M., Captain 
Kelly, Jack T., 1st Lt. 
Kennington, Lloyd H., 1st Lt. 
Overbey, Cicero E., 2nd Lt. 
Stoneman, James N., 2nd Lt. 
Holcomb, Weldon E.. WOJG (W-1) 

Co C, NCNG, Lexington, N. C. (Federally Recognized 22 January 1948) 

Farmer, Lewis J., Captain 
Foster, James R., 1st Lt. 
McCarn, Harold D., 2nd Lt. 
Jenkins, James L., WOJG (W-1) 

Co D. NCNG, Winston-Salem, N. C. (Federally Recognized 6 August 1947) 
Hilton, Walter M., 1st Lt. 
Hinshaw, James T. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Talbert. Russell L. Jr.. 1st Lt. 



Report of The Adjutant General 177 

Hq Hq Co, 2nd Bn, NCNG, Asheboro. N. C. ( Federally Recognized 6 Jan- 
uary 1948) 

Presnell, Tom, Lt. Colonel 
Rudisill, Gerald A., Major 
Wall, Alton P., Major 
Malony, James L., Captain 
Morris, Eugene T., Captain 
Steed, Lawrence L., Captain 
Taylor, Albert G., Captain 
Cox, Hobart C, 1st Lt. 
Toler, Frank G. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Luck, Lonnie L., 2nd Lt. 
McBryde, Fred H. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Redding. Ray E., 2nd Lt. 
Rich, Charles H., WOJG (W-1) 

Co E, NCNG, Concord, N. C. (Federally Recognized 13 March 1947) 

Robbins, Eugene A. Jr., Captain 
Belo, Harry L., 1st Lt. 
Baltes, Harold W., 2nd Lt. 
Harris, David A., 2nd Lt. 
Williams, Robert 0., 2nd Lt. 

Co F. NCNG, Albemarle, N. C. (Federally Recognized 12 September 1947) 

Beck, Donald A., Captain 
Garrison, John T., 1st Lt. 
Love, Adam W., 1st Lt. 
Melton, Joe Z., 1st Lt. 
Newman, John T. V., 2nd Lt. 
Treece, Willie T., 2nd Lt. 
Pegram, Walter W., WOJG (W-1) 

Co G, NCNG, Salisbury N. C. ((Federally Recognized 27 June 1947) 
Murdoch, William S., Captain 
Lee, Robert E., 2nd Lt. 
Leonard, Donald L., 2nd Lt. 

Co H, NCNG, Hickory, N. C. ((Federally Recognized 14 March 1947) 
Beach, Aaron L., Captain 
Edwards, Earl T. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Camp, Charles E., 2nd Lt. 
Huffman, Dolan L., 2nd Lt. 
Lookadoo. Charles A., WOJG (W-1) 

Hq Hq Co, 3rd Bn, NCNG, Kings Mountain. N. C. (Federally Recognized 
16 June 1948) 

Davis, James M., Lt Colonel 
Bolin. Banks E., Major 
Vanderlinden, W^illiam H. Jr.. Major 
Burrell, Ray G., Captain 



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Cash, Paul S., Captain 
Houston, Samuel H., Captain 
Wanzer, Charles R., Captain 
Armstrong, William B., 1st Lt. 
Stegall, Harry E. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Mull, Paul M., WOJG (W-1) 

Co I, NCNG, Newton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 23 April 1947) 
Barringer, Jack E., 1st Lt. 
Taylor, William E., 1st Lt. 
Lofland, Albert L., 2nd Lt. 
Lutz, William H., 2nd Lt. 

Co K, NCNG, Gastonia, N. C. (Federally Recognized 24 July 1947) 
Harris, William F., Captain 
Dover, Harvey L., 1st Lt. 
Haas, Carter S., 1st Lt. 
Ratchford, Charles N., 2nd Lt. 

Co L, NCNG, Morganton, N. C. ( (Fedei-ally Recognized 14 July 1947) 
Wiltshire, John L., Captain 
Bigham, Robert W., 1st Lt. 
Lambeth, Donald C, 1st Lt. 
Walker, Charles W., 1st Lt. 
Baker, Frank M., 2nd Lt. 

Co M, NCNG, Shelby, N. C. ((Federally Recognized 10 March 1947) 
Cabaniss, Robert E., Captain 
Scoggins, William C. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Watson, John F., 1st Lt. 
Stegall, Robert L., 2nd Lt. 

112th FA Bn 

Hq Hq Btry, NCNG, Lenoir, N. C. (Federally Recognized 9 June 1947) 

Forehand, Roy W., Lt Colonel 
Seehorn, Theodore R., Major 
Underdown, Sidney L., Major 
Kichinko, Michael N. Ill, Captain 
Potest, George W., Captain 
Rader, Ervin D., Captain 
Smith, Boone E., Captain 
Smith, Hal H., Captain 
Swanson, Garland W., Captain 
Walker, Newland E., Captain 
Hartley, Harold W., 1st Lt. 
Robbins, Lawrence N., 1st Lt. 
Daugherty, Boyd R., 2nd Lt. 
Denton, Robert H., 2nd Lt. 
Moore, William P.. 2nd Lt. 
Silver, Leon S., 2nd Lt. 
Harper, Fred R., CWO (W-2) 



Report of The Adjutant General 179 

Service Btry, NCNG, Lenoir, N. C. (Federally Recognized 26 October 1948) 
Beach, Darwin E., Captain 
Moore, Clifton H., 2nd Lt. 
Setzer, Benjamin R., 2nd Lt. 
Harless, James C, CWO {W-2) 
Rhodes, Lloyd G., CWO (W-2) 

Btry A, NCNG, Forest City, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 November 
1947) 

Bradley, Grover H., Captain 
Peeler, William B., 1st Lt. 
Ferree, Dan H., 2nd Lt. 
McDaniel, James H., 2nd Lt. 
Philbeck, Wade L., 2nd Lt. 

Btry B, NCNG, Spindale, N. C. (Federally Recognized 13 November 1947) 
Green, Herman E., Captain 
Padgett, Max, 1st Lt. 
Wilkie, Hubert G., 1st Lt. 
Tomblin, Charles T., 2nd Lt. 
Daniel. Hobart L., WOJG (W-1) 

Btry C, NCNG, North Wilkesboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 3 Feb- 
ruary 1948) 

Boldin, Ralph A., Captain 
Thomas, William S., Jr. 
Wiles, Clarence D., 1st Lt. 
Bauguss, Charles R., 2nd Lt. 
Call, Conley, 2nd Lt. 
Garland, Ray H., 2nd Lt. 
Shook, Clyde R., 2nd Lt. 
Absher, Alton L., WOJG (W-1) 

113th FA Bn 

Hq Hq Btry. NCNG, Louisburg. N. C. (Federally Recognized 28 August 
1947) 

Yarborough, Edward F., Lt Colonel 
McKinne, Collin, Major 
Perry, Darrell L., Major 
Daniel, Justice G., Captain 
East, Thomas F., Captain 
Holmes, Melvin C, Captain 
Pearce, Philip D., Captain 
Griffin, William S. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Ayscue, Jack E., 2nd Lt. 
Fuller, Kenneth A., 2nd Lt. 
Perry, John U., 2nd Lt. 
Morton, Willard D., CWO (W-2) 
Mullen, Paul F.. WOJG (W-1) 



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Service Btry, NCNG, Youngsville, N. C. (Federally Recognized IS August 
1947) 

Brown, Wiley, Captain 
Dickens, Lucius H. IL 2nd Lt. 
Hill, Robert C, 2nd Lt. 
Cheatham, Robert E., CWO (W-3) 
Weathers, Jasper W. Jr.. WQJG (W-1) 

Btry A, NCNG, Zebulon, N. C. (Federally Recognized 27 July 1949) 
Davis, Barrie S., Captain 
Finch, Foster D. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Hinds, George H., 1st Lt. 
Potter, James M. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Henson, Amos G., 2nd Lt. 
Tippett, Jack M.. 2nd Lt. 
Arnold. Johnsey P.. WQJG (W-1) 

Btry B, NCNG. Dunn, N. C. (Federally Recognized 10 November 1947) 
Wade. Edward H., 1st Lt. 
Hensley. Paul W., 2nd Lt. 
Johnson, Charles T.. 2nd Lt. 
Parker. Velma F., 2nd Lt. 

Btry C, NCNG, Roxboro, N. C (Federally Recognized 9 April 1948) 
Yeaman, James G., Captain 
Terrell, Matthew M., 1st Lt. 
Wright. Wallace L., 1st Lt. 
Bass, Charles G., 2nd Lt. 
Hicks, Willie B., 2nd Lt. 

3624th Ord Co (Direct Support), NCNG, Butner, N. C. Federally Recog- 
nized 20th February 1948) 

Davis. Louie H., Captain 
Fairfield, Edward W., 1st Lt. • 
Fletcher, James M., 1st Lt. 
Kubachko, Andrew, Jr., 1st Lt. 
Ferrell, Arthur E., CWO (W-3) 
Latkowski, Norbert L., WOJG 
Lemmons, Arthur L., WOJG 

Hq Hq Btry 540th FA Bn, (NGUS), High Point, N. C. (Federally Recog- 
nized 3 November 1952) 

Phibbs, Edward J. Jr., Major 
Bray, J. Douglas, Captain 
Grandjean, Byron W., Captain 
Guyer, Homer D., Jr., Captain 
Hodgin. David A., Captain 
Tuttle, Luther H., Captain 
Paschal, Baird L., 1st Lt. 
Stutts, Donald E., 2nd Lt. 



Report of The Adjutant General 181 

Svc IJtry, 540th FA Hii, (NGUS), High Point, N. C. (Federally Recognized 

I June 195:^) 

Hudgins, William O., Captain 

Btry A, 540th FA Bn, (NGUS). High Point. N. C. (Federally Recognized 
3 November 1952) 

Lloyd, Josepli M.. Captain 
Stutts, Billy 0., 2nd Lt. 

Btry B, 540th FA Bn, (NGUS). Thomasville. N. C. (Federally Recognized 

II May 1953) 

Mitchell, Joe F., 2nd Lt. 
Regan, Joseph C, 2nd Lt. 
Williams. James H.. WOJG 

H<i Hq At Serv Co, 378th Engr Bn ((') (NGUS). Charlotte, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 20 November 1952) 

Neel, Tally M., Lt Colonel 
Battley, William R., Major 
Rudisill. Robert S.. Captain 
Brown, Joseph W., 1st Lt. 
Freeman, William R. Jr.. 2nd Lt. 
Selvey, Ray E., 2nd Lt. 
Spoon, LeRoy P. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Van Pelt, John C, CWO (W-4) 
Richards, James B., CWO ( W-3) 
Norton. Jesse E., WOJG 
Triplette, Jack D., WOJG 

Co A, 378th Engr Bn, (NGUS), Lincolnton, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
21 November 1952) 

Craig, Robert H., Captain 
Beam, Lestlie B. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Huffstetler, Fred, WOJG 

Co B, 378th Engr Bn, (NGUS), Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 20 
November 1952 ) 

Robbins, Clontz Captain 
Stephens, George H. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Johnson, Brooks R.. CWO (W-2) 

Co C, 378th Engr Bn, (NGUS). Statesville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 19 
November 1952) 

Suther, Carroll S., Captain 
Craig, Alfred B., 2nd Lt. 



182 Report of The Adjutant General 

Hq & Hq Btry, 690th FA Bn, (NGUS), New Bern, N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 26 January 19 53) 

Langston, Guy C, Lt Colonel 
Paul, Edward W. Jr., Major 
Smith, Reuben L., Captain 
Warrington, Charles W. Jr., Captain 
Carson, Robert T., 1st Lt. 
Dunn, Raymond E., 1st Lt. 
Boyd, Guy E. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Jackson, Charlie C. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Nelson, Cephus, 2nd Lt. 
Powell, William E., 2nd Lt. 
Finer, Augustine, Jr., CWO (W-2) 
Weatherly, Irvin G., CWO (W-2) 

Svc Btry, 690th FA Bn, (NGUS), Jacksonville, N. C. (Federally Recogniz- 
ed 27 January 1953) 

Bush, Emory W., 2nd Lt 
Peed, Linwood, 2nd Lt. 

Btry A, 690th FA Bn, (NGUS), Washington, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
29 January 1953) 

Grist, Shepherd R., 2nd Lt. 
Taylor, Lon W., 2nd Lt. 

Btry B, 690th FA Bn, (NGUS), New Bern, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
26 January 1953 

Karam, Raymond J., 2nd Lt. 
Weatherly, Marvin L., 2nd Lt. 

Btry C, 690th FA Bn, (NGUS), Greenville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
28 January 1953) 

Redmond, Franklin P., 1st Lt. 
Harris, Norman R., 2nd Lt. 

Hq Hq Btry, 449th FA Bn (Obsn) (NGUS), Charlotte, N. C. Federally Rec- 
ognized 9 March 1953) 

Gibbs, Wallace D. Jr., Major 
St. George, William M., Major 
Evans, Theron K., Captain 
Hunter, James S., 1st Lt. 
Sproles, James W., 1st Lt. 
Morse, Harris A., 2nd Lt. 
McCarter, Oscar G., WOJG 

Btry A, 449th FA Bn (Ob.sn) (NGUS), Granite Falls, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 1 September 1953) 

Tuttle, Robert H., Captain 
Beach, James W., WOJG 



Report of The Adjutant General 183 

IJtry i\ 449tli FA ilii (Obsii) (NGUS), Monroe, N. C. (Federally Recogniz- 
ed 10 March 1953) 

Eaker, Roy C, Captain 
Ross, Ray T., 2nd Lt. 

Hq Hq Btry 150th AAA IJii (Gun JHNMM), NCNG, Wilmington, N. C. (Fed- 
erally Recognized 3 November 1947) 
Piatt, Phillip B., Lt Colonel 
Cantwell, Robert C. Ill, Major 
Shinn, Ernest R., Major 
Beggs, Murray E., Captain 
Gaylor, Walter K. Jr., Captain 
Welker, Carl W., Captain 
Losak, George, 1st Lt. 
Clemmons, Robert H. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Davis, Manly Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Glover, Walter F., WOJG 
Potter, Jack T., WOJG 

Btry A, 150th AAA Bn, (Gun 90-MM), NCNG, Mount Olive, N. C. (Fed- 
erally Recognized 21 July 1953 

King, Paul N., Captain 
Alphin, Lewis G., 2nd Lt. 
Carr, John H., 2nd Lt. 
Grady, Paul D., 2nd Lt. 

Btry B, 150th AAA Bn, (Gun 90-MM), NCNG, Beulaville, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 12 May 1949) 

Bostic, Richard S., 1st Lt. 

Btry C, 150th Ai\A Bn, (Gun 90-MxM), NCNG, Williamston, N. C. (Fed- 
erally Recognized 26 January 1950) 

Peel, Elbert S. Jr., Captain 
Horton, Hugh G. Jr., 2nd Lt. 

Btry D, 150th AAA Bn, (Gun 90-MM), NCNG, Wallace, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 16 August 1948) 

Hall, Albert C. Jr., Captain 
Proctor, Fred T., 1st Lt. 
Rivenbark. Irvin E.. WOJG 

Hq Hq Btry 295th FA Bn, NCNG, Washington, N. C. (Federally Recogniz- 
ed 27 April 1953) 

Kornegay, Joseph T., Lt Colonel 
Rodman, William B., Major 
Taylor, Louis L., Captain 
Stevens, Lloyd B., 2nd Lt. 
Tadlock, William L., 2nd Lt. 
Thompson, Edward D., 2nd Lt. 
Gentry, Ollie P., WOJG 



184 Report of The Adjutant General 

litry Ji, 295th FA IJii, NCNG, Kinston N. C. (Federally Recognized 20 
April 1953) 

Hoffman, Henry A.. 2nd Lt. 
Minor, William R., 2nd Lt. 

94th Army Band, NCNG, Raleigh, N. C. (Federally Recognized 24 Feb- 
ruary 1947) 

Burt, Millard P., CWO (AV-3) 

l;:OthAAABn (AW) (Si') 

Hq Hq Btry, NCNG, Red Springs, N. C. (Federally Recognized 10 June 
1947) 

Lament, William Jr., Lt. Colonel 
Dickson, Paul, Major 
Lester, Thomas B. Jr., Major 
Brock, Jimmy W., Captain 
Bullock, Walter R., Captain 
Clark, Luther W., Captain 
McLean, Herbert S. Jr., Captain 
McMillan, Harvery F., 1st Lt. 
Willis, William E., 1st Lt. 
Kushner, Melvin, 2nd Lt. 
Sighel, Norman C, CWO (W-2) 
Currie, Roland E., WOJG (W-1) 
McMillan, Charles P., WOJG (W-1) 

Btry A, NCNG, Raeford, N. C. (Federally Recognized 10 March 1947) 

Newton, Edwin D., Captain 
English, Talmadge, 1st Lt. 
Poole, William L. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Macke, Thomas M., 2nd Lt. 
Smith, Eugene P., 2nd Lt. 
Dixon, Roger W., CWO (W-2) 

Btry B, NCNG, St. Pauls, N. C. (Federally Recognized 8 November 1949) 

Powers, Russell H., Captain 
Stevens, Bennie E., 1st Lt. 
Pittman, David M., 2nd Lt. 
Sugar, Leon, 2nd Lt. 
Sherrill, Joe E. Jr., WOJG (W-1) 

Btry C. NCNG, Sanford, N. C. (Federally Recognized 11 June 1948) 

Staton, William W., Captain 
Smith, Billie C, 1st Lt. 
Winders, Gilbert L. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Sowers, Roy G. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
McDonald, Thomas W., AVOJG, (W-1) 



Report of The Adjutant General 185 

Btry D, NCNG, Southern Pines, N. C. ( Federally Recognized 1 October 
1949) 

Wilson, William J., Captain 
Harrington, James E. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Horner, Ralph L., 1st Lt. 
Irvin, James L., 1st Lt. 
Forsyth. Lennox, WOJG (W-1) 



riioth .\AA IJii (AW) (.Mobilf) 

Hq Hq Btry, NCNG. Whiteville, N. C. (Federally Recognized 10 Jan- 
uary 1950) 

Bowles, David A., Major 
Brooks, James A., Major 
Maultsby, Alexander, Major 
Maultsby, John C, Major 
Burns, John K., Captain 
Dickens, Wallace J., Captain 
Hickman, James B., Captain 
Powell, Walter H. Jr., Captain 
Waldron, Harold A., Captain 
Brown, Henry C, 2nd Lt. 
Rooks, Robert O., CWO (W-4) 
FormyDuval, John M., CWO (W-2) 
Pickerrell, Charles D.. WOJG (W-1) 

Btry A, NCNG, Shallotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 28 November 
1949) 

Carmichael, David B., Captain 
Holden, Kemp R., 1st Lt. 
Sellers. William T., 1st Lt. 

Btry B, NCNG, Fair Bluff, N. C. (Federally Recognized 1 May 1950) 

Scott, Jimmie A., 1st Lt. 
Collins, Lawrence O., 1st Lt. 
Benton, Lionel S., 2nd Lf. 

Btry C, NCNG, Bladenboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 17 January 
1950) 

Britt, David L., Captain 
Bullard, Johnnie G., 1st Lt. 
Cook, Andrew G., 2nd Lt. 
Lewis, Robert J. Sr., WOJG (W-1) 

Btry D, NCNG, Benson, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 April 1952) 

Willson, William W., 1st Lt. 
Chesnutt, Norwood B. Jr., 2ud Lt. 
Jones, Archie M. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Lucus, Herman H., WOJG (W-1) 



186 Report of The Adjutant General 

505th FA Bii 

Hq Hq Btry, NCNG, Greensboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 28 April 
1947) 

Brandt, Leon J. Jr., Major 
Compton, Carl S., Major 
Chalmers, Carl M., Captain 
Mitchell, Fillmore I. Jr.. Captain 
Ogburn, John F. Jr., Captain 
Thompson, Zane F., Captain 
Williams. Hugh B., Captain 
Simmons, William A., 1st Lt. 
Cobb, James R. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Fender, James A., 2nd Lt. 
Wall, James A., 2nd Lt. 
Cates, John B., CWO (W-2) 
Collins, Theodore C. Jr., WOJG (W-1) 

Med Det, NCNG, Greensboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 24 October 
1949) 

Reid, William J., Captain 

Svc Btry, NCNG, Greensboro. N. C. (Federally Recognized 2 December 
1948) 

Smith, Clarence D., Captain 
Cobb, Ralph L., 2nd Lt. 
Bateman, Robert M., CWO ((W-2) 
Cooke, Charles L., WOJG (W-1) 
Hitchcock, Walter C, WOJG (W-1) 

Btry A, NCNG, Greensboro. N. C. (Federally Recognized S July 1948) 

Pinnix, James C, Captain 
Routh, June E., 2nd Lt. 
Trogdon, Wendell K., 2nd Lt. 
Williams, Thomas A. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Tesh, Robert L., WOJG (W-1) 

Btry B, NCNG, Greensboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 11 October 1949) 

Gibson, Belton H. Jr., Captain 
Gourley, Willard A. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Lewis, Kenneth E., 2nd Lt. 
Yow, Clarence L., WOJG (W-1) 

Btry C, NCNG, Greensboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 17 November 
1950) 

King, Hurley D., Captain 
McSweeney, James P.. 2nd Lt. 
Smith, Ira A., 2nd Lt. 
•Hudson, Edward A., WOJG (W-1) 



Report of The Adjutant General 187 



l<i7th>U» Bn 



Hq Hq Co, NCNG, Ahoskie, N. C. (Federally Recognized 26 February 
1951) 

Peterson, Bernice A., Lt. Colonel 
Blythe, Joseph D., Major 
Modlin, Morton S., Major 
Stewart, Edward W., Captain 
Beasley, Carroll W., 1st Lt. 
Best, Edward P., 2nd Lt. 
Powers, Michael F., 2nd Lt. 
Guttu, Frank, WOJG (W-1) 
Young, John W. Jr., WOJG (W-1) 
Pierce, John N., WOJG (W-1) 
Rhodes, Royce L., WOJG (W-1) 
Smith, Harry L., WOJG (W-1) 

Co A, NCNG, Windsor, N. C. (Federally Recognized 26 February 1951) 

Spruill, Charles B., Captain 
Pierce, Melvin E., 2nd Lt. 
Spivey, Robert B., 2nd Lt. 

Co B, NCNG, Lasker, N. C. (Federally Recognized 10 April 1952) 

Beale, Walter H. Jr., Captain 
Draper, Calvin T., 2nd Lt. 
Hassell, Jack A., 2nd Lt. 
Liverman, John H. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Wiggins, Robert M., 2nd Lt. 

Co C, NCNG, Ahoskie, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 September 1953) 

Morris, Ben J., 2nd Lt. 
Mustain, Eugene J., 2nd Lt. 
Norville, Herbert C. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Stanley, Howard T., 2nd Lt. 

252nd FA Group, NCNG, Greensboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 2 No- 
vember 1950 ) 

Carruthers, Joseph T. Jr., Lt. Colonel 
Brown, Thomas E., Lt. Colonel 
Gerringer, Linley W. Jr., Major 
Poole, Frank R. Jr.. Major 
Root, Hardy S., Major 
Taylor, Raleigh C. Jr., Major 
Wannamaker, Charles W. Jr., Major 
Carlton, Philip R. Jr., Captain 
Corry, Alfred H., Captain 
Groome, William A., Captain 
Guard, Bruce C, 2nd Lt. 
Jones, George S.. CWO (W-.3) 



188 Report of The Adjutant General 

196th FA Group, NCNG, Kinston, N. C. (Federally Recognized 2*6 August 
1948) 

Willis, Weston H., Colonel 
Bell, Richard K., Major 
Dupree, Louis J. Jr., Major 
Ward, Clement M. Jr., Major 
Glover, Murrell K., Chaplain (Captain) 
Simmons, Thomas W., Captain 
Thompson, Robert L. Jr., Captain 
Waters, William G. Jr., Captain 
Lester, Gerald T., 1st Lt. 
Tart, Clarence C, 1st Lt. 
Thompson, William M., 1st Lt. 
Willis, Bertie C, 1st Lt. 
Foltz, John F., 2nd Lt. 
Maxwell, William G., 2nd Lt. 
Crary, Earnest P., CWO (W-4) 
Bourdas, Alexander, CWO (W-2) 
Sugg, Charles F.. CWO (W-2) 

IV Corps Arty, NCNG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 9 October 
1950) 

Wrenn. Oscar I., Brig. General 
Guthrie, Kermit L., Colonel 
Thompson, Roy E., Colonel 
Lee, John H., Lt. Colonel 
Purvis, John A., Lt. Colonel 
Thompson, Lonnie F., Lt. Colonel 
Friddle, George H., Major 
Isom, Charles D. Jr., Major 
Byrum, Porter B., Captain 
Garland, James B., Captain 
Haubenreiser, Robert J., Captain 
Horn, Carl Jr., Captain 
Kirkman, Guilford M., Captain 
Hutchins, James T., Captain 
Mullineaux, Joseph B. Jr., Captain 
Adeimy, Thomas E., 1st Lt. 
Connor. James W., 1st Lt. 
Cooper, George W., 1st Lt. 
Huggins, John S., 1st Lt. 
McBryde, Everett L., 1st Lt. 
Gantt, Max P., 2nd Lt. 
Huggins, Jimmie B., 2nd Lt. 
Kelley, Blaine Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Powell, Hubert H., 2nd Lt. 
Roper, Richard F., 2nd Lt. 

217tli AAA Det (HCAT), NCNG, Raleigh N. C. (Federally Recognized 7 
February 1951) 

Smith. Kerr H.. 1st Lt. 



Report of The Adjutant General 189 

2.'>2iul AAA (iroiip, NCNG, Wilmington, N. C. (Federally Recognized lU 
February 19 48 t 

Corbett, Kenneth M., Colonel 
Cobb, William A., Lt. Colonel 
Boylan, Joseph E. Jr., Major 
Brown, Michael C, Major 
Farmer, John E., Major 
Reid, Henry V., Major 
Primrose, Hugh W., Captan 
Smith, Arthur T., Captain 
Walls, Osborne K., Captain 
Bowden, Laurence O., 1st Lt. 
Crabtree, Purvis G., 1st Lt. 
Herring, Oscar C, 1st Lt. 
Lanier, Homer A., 2nd Lt. 
Buck, Robert B., CWO (W-2) 
King, Adolph L. Jr., CWO (W-2) 
Proctor, Grady M., CWO (W-2) 
Jones, George F., WOJG (W-1 ) 
Jones, Richard B., WOJG (W-1) 
Kelly, William J., WOJG (W-1) 

121st AAA Opn Det, NCNG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 14 De- 
cember 1951) 

Boone, Benjamin K., Major 
Melvin, George H., Captain 
Falkner, Isaac L. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Davis, Horace Jr., 2nd Lt. 

123rd Sig Det (RMU Type E), NCNG, Wilmington, N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 24 January 1951) 

Casey, Jephthah Jr., CWO (W-2) 

:)82iid Sig Det (RMU Type E) (NGUS), Wilmington, N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 9 April 1953) 

Orrell, Ernest C, CWO (W-2) 



190 Report of The Adjutant General 

AIR UMTS 

Hq, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 1 November 1951) 
Payne, William J., Colonel 
Byrd, Henry C. Jr., Lt. Colonel 
Brooks, Robert W. Jr., Major 
Jetton, Sidney L., Major 
Small, Merwyn C, Captain 
Shelton, James S., 1st Lt. 

156th P^tr. Bomber Sq. NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
10 July 1952) 

Higgins, Robert G., Major 
Crowell, William I., Captain 
Downs, William B., Captain 
Hardy, Charlie B., Captain 
Hanes, Charlie M., Captain 
Lefler, Daniel P., Captain 
McNeil, Allen H., 1st Lt. 
McNeil, Thomas C. Jr., Captain 
Meador, Edwin D., Captain 
Shelden, Howard W., Captain 
Adams, George L. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Beaty, Harold C, 1st Lt. 
Carmichael, Charles R., 1st Lt. 
Dawkins, Arthur F., 1st Lt. 
Griffith, Edward C. Jr., 1st Lt. 
Rogers, George B., 1st Lt. 
Rice, Harry W., 1st Lt. 
Walker, James L., 1st Lt. 
Beal, Frank P. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Dillon, John P. 2nd Lt. 
Eller, Kyle C. Jr., 2nd Lt. 
Hunt, Marvin R., 2nd Lt. 
McCaskill, Bernie L., 2nd Lt. 
McCaskill. Harry L., 2nd Lt. 
Quesada, George A., 2nd Lt. 
Nantz, Kenneth E., CWO (W-2) 

263rcl Comm. Sq. Open., \CANG, Wadesboro, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
8 October 1952) 

Vanderbeck, Frank, Captain 
Ballard, James A., 1st Lt. 
Casper, Robert H., 1st Lt. 
Tyson, John K., 1st Lt. 
Hipp, Wilton L., 1st Lt. 

156th Tactical Forecasting Flight, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 16 January 1953) 

Henderson, Stephen T., Captain 
Dickey, Emerson G., 1st Lt. 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS 

HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT, NCNG 

28 October 19 5 4 



Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SN) 


John H. Manning 


Maj.Gen. 


O-207814 


TAG (0002) 


M. H. AusteU 


Col. 


O-140215 


Act. USP & FO 


John Foreman 


Col. 


O-200303 


State Maint. (4800) 


Wiley M. Pickens 


Col. 


0-235829 


IG (9310) 


Thomas W. Bruton 


Lt. Col. 


0-213891 


JAG (8103) 


David W. Donovan 


Lt Col. 


0-372365 


Gl (2260) 


Neil J. Pait, Jr. 


Major 


0-451371 


G3 (2162) 


Joseph A. Leinster 


Major 


0-299351 


G2 (9301) 


Richard G.York 


Major 


0-1951365 


G4 (4010) 


Walter C. Lewis 


Capt. 


0-1688352 


Asst. G4 (Transportation) (0692) 


Mack G.Bass, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-513349 


Supr. Army Avn. (1981 or 1066) 


Hugh P. Massengill 


Capt. 


0-965145 


Asst. G3 (2162) 


Robert J. Wilkins 


Capt. 


0-947284 


Asst. G4 (Supply Depot Off) (4450) 


Graydon C. Liles 


Capt. 


0-986482 


Fin (6201) 


Thomas E. Carter 


1st. Lt. 


O-976410 


Hq. Comdt. (2900) 


Thomas H. Upton 


Col. 


0-299867 


Director (2025) 


Charles R. Jonas 


Col. 


O-224860 


Deputy Director (2025) 


Henry H. Hutchinson 


Lt. Col. 


0-189741 


Procurement (Fiscal) (4320) 


Hugh L. Caveness 


Lt. Col. 


0-211641 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Russell G. Broaddus 


Lt. Col. 


O-314980 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Quince E, Mathis 


Major 


O-270840 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Lee Roy W. Armstrong 


Major 


0-966576 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


John L. Reitzel 


Major 


O-315290 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Thomas C. Brown 


Major 


0-918758 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Charles B.Ratchford 


Major 


O-1281802 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Isaac T. Avery, Jr. 


Major 


O-453401 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Edward W. Ludwig 


Major 


O-3O2107 


Medical Advisor (3100) 


Grayson Hayes 


1st. Lt. 


O-981830 


Selective Svc. Off. (2334) 


Stuart W. Sechriest 


1st. Lt. 


0-961813 


Public Relations (5401) 


William L. Patrick 


WOJG 


W-20080n 


Mil. Personnel (22t0) 


Jesse H. Brown 


Lt. Col. 


O-281200 


Excess Position 


Henry R. Mangum, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-958696 


Excess Position 


Charles F. May berry 


Major 


O-308418 


Excess Position ' 


Arthur L. Bradshaw 


1st. Lt. 


O-946730 


Excess Position 


Davis M. VanNortwick 


1st. Lt. 


0-787989 


Excess Position 


Hobart C. Cox 


1st. Lt. 


O-1330162 


Excess Position 


Joseph G. Stevenson 


1st. Lt. 


O-832270 


Excess Position 


John J. George 


Capt. 


0-947C16 


Excess Position 


Clifton 0. Ireland 


Capt. 


O-786290 


Excess Position 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS, 217TH AAA DET (RCAT), NCNG 



Name 



Rank SN 



T/0 Position (SN) 



Kerr H. Smith 



1st. Lt. 0-994519 Det. Comd. (0590) 



192 



Report of The Adjutant General 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS, 30TH INFANTRY DIVISION, NCNG 
Headquarters 

T,0 Position {SSN) 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



Claude T. Bowers 


Maj.Gen. 


0-183291 


Div. Comd. (0002) 


Maston S. Parham 


Brig. Gen. 


0-299244 


Asst. Div. Comd. (0002) 


Ivan Hardesty 


Col. 


0-399704 


C. of S. (2110) 


Thomas E. Longest 


Lt. Col. 


0-328125 


AC of SGI (2260) 


Howard E. Manning 


Lt. Col. 


0-1165646 


ACofSG2(9301) 


ClarencB.Shimer 


Lt. Col. 


O-366079 


ACofSG3(2162) 


Joel T. Lee 


Lt.Col. 


0-351535 


ACofSG4(4010) 


William K. Holoman 


Major 


O-2015900 


Adj. Gen. (2110) 


HowellJ. Hatcher 


Lt. Col. 


0-327179 


Chemical (7314) 


Thomas A. Summey, Jr. 


Major 


O-928085 


Chaplain (5310) 


Frank B. Banzet 


Lt. Col. 


O-1302542 


IG (931C) 


Thomas E.Brown 


Lt. Col. 


O-490034 


Military Govt (8104) 


Eugene R. Patterson 


Major 


0-1534595 


Asst G 1(2260) 


Charles S. Manooch, Jr. 


Major 


0-531334 


Asst G2 (9301) 


George F. Blalock 


Major 


O-1037393 


Asst G3 (2162) 


Edward F. Barrow 


Capt. 


0-948853 


Asst 03 (2162) 


Lonnie R. Alford 


Major 


0-1298491 


Asst G4 (4010) 


James S. Coxe, Jr. 


Major 


0-1325379 


C of S Asst (2010) 


William W. Staton 


Capt. 


O-1170998 


03 Air (2164) 


Franklin W. Hancock. Ill 


Capt. 


0-1636001 


Trp Info & Educ Asst G3 (5004) 


Kenneth A.Smith 


Major 


O-562078 


Avn (1981) 


Fred L. Davis 


Major 


0-796967 


PIO (5400) 


James T. Sanford 


Major 


0-1325525 


Asst JAG (8103) 


Charles C. Stott 


Major 


O-340768 


Special Svc (5000) 


Richard T. Sanders 


Major 


O-1304124 


MG Asst (8104) 


Robert E.H.Sheldeu 


Capt. 


0-1 166002 


Asst G2 (9301) 


John H. Beeler 


1st. Lt. 


O-1041711 


Trp I&E Asst G3 (Psywar) (5004) 


Jennings C. Outlaw 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267134 


In (1930) 


Roger F. Hall 


Capt. 


0-368924 


Order of Battle (9318) 


Lowell W. Ives 


2ndLt. 


0-2272677 


Admin Asst (2110) 


Floyd P. Barnes 


1st. Lt. 


O-962057 


Admin Asst (Class & Asg) (2110) 


Charles L. Marks 


Capt. 


0-1951176 


Asst IG (9310) 


Charles W. Gaddy 


2nd Lt. 


0-2274387 


Aide-Div Comd (2030) 


Bernard E. Robinson 


1st. Lt. 


0-947853 


Postal (0030) 


WaUace G. Link 


WOJG 


W-2009040 


Admin Asst (Gen Staff Sec) (2600) 


Thomas B. Oglesby 


WOJG 


W-2008948 


Motor (Gen Staff Sec) (0600) 


James W. Duke 


WOJG 


W-2205038 


Admin Asst (AG Sec) (2600) 


George S. Jones 


CWO 


W-2109564 


.\dmin Asst (AG Sec) (2600) 


Chester E. Pate 


CWO 


W-2006994 


Auditing (IG Sec) (6110) 


Med Det, Div Hq 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 



Lillard P. Hart 



Major 



0-1725202 



Con Dv (3100) 



Headquarters Co, (Less Sep Det) 

Name Rank SN 



Willard A. Gourley, Jr. 
Wendell K. Trogdon 
June E. Routh 



2nd Lt. 0-2267674 

2nd Lt. 0-2271599 

2nd Lt. 0-2267374 



T/0 Position iSN) 



Co Comd (2900) 
Motor (0600) 
Plat Ldr (1542) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



193 



Sep Det, Hq Co, (Light Avn Section) 

Name Rank SN 



T/0 Position (SN) 



Leighton M. Elliott 


2nd Lt. 


O-995660 


Avn (CO) (1981) 




Richard M. Johnson 


1st. Lt. 


O-940237 


Avn (1981) 




George M. Davis 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268999 


Avn (1981) 




James F. Pulley 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264858 


Avn (1981) 




Erwin T. King 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Avn -1981) 




30th Sig Co. 










Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Ponition {SN) 




Clifton E. Blalock, Jr. 


Major 


O-1646950 


Div. Sig (0210) 




Weaver C. Chapman 


Capt. 


0-574193 


Asst Div.Sig (0210) 




James A. White 


Capt. 


O-1638780 


Sig Supply (4400) 




George R. Robertson 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Photographic (8500) 




Tarver W. Davidson 


1st. Lt. 


O-770965 


Avn (1066) 




Ralph J. Arrington 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Wire Opr (0410) 




Jack H. Russell 


2nd Lt. 


0-997457 


Field Line Construction (0420) 




Arthur F. Keylon 


2nd Lt. 


0-97 1078 


Radio (0501) 




Stuart M. Davis 


CWO 


W-2007705 


Sig Maint (0145) 




William R.Brown 


WOJG 


W-2C10236 


Message Center (0224) 




Sigmon W. Smathers 


1st. Lt. 


0-958249 


Co Comd (0210) 




James W. Winfrey 


1st. Lt. 


O-1340147 


Supply* Mess (4113) 




Charles S. Johnson 


WOJG 


W-2008437 


Motor (0605) 




30th MP Co. 










Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SN) 




Frank R. Poole, Jr. 


Major 


0-485944 


Div PM (9101) 




James C. Pinnix 


Capt. 


O-988820 


Co Comd (9110) 




James R. Cobb, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268416 


Excort Guard (9110) 




Walter C. Hitchcock 


WOJG 


W-2008926 


Criminal Inves (9322) 




30th QM Co. 










Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position {SN) 




Hugh B. Williams 


Major 


0-1C41945 


Div QM (4015) 




Elfred H. Corry 


Capt. 


0-731151 


Ex & S3 (4015) 




Hervey H. Robinson 


Capt. 


O-414407 


Div QM Supply (4419) 




Phillip R. Carlton, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-1175663 


Purch-Contr (Grreg Supr) (4310) 




Theodore C. CoUins, Jr. 


WOJG 


W-2009642 


Food Advisor (4114) 




Kenneth A. Lewis 


1st. Lt. 


O-998004 


Co Comd (2120) 




Edward E. Hurtson 


WOJG 


W-2C0O245 


Mtr(0605) 




30th Recon Co. 










Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SN) 





Gilbert L. Winders, Jr. 
BiUy C. Smith 
Roy G. Sowers, Jr. 
Carlos N. Simmons 
Robert N. Hanner, Jr. 
Thomas W. McDonald 



Ist. Lt. 


O-982045 


Co Comd (1204) 


1st. Lt. 


0-1111917 


Ax(Mtr)(1204) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268622 


Plat Ldr (1204) 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Plat Ldr (1204) 


2nd Lt. 


I'nasg 


Plat Ldr (1204) 


WOJG 


W-2C07709 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/04E Vac 



194 



Report of The Adjutant General 



130TH TANK BN 



Hq Hq & Svc Co. 

Name 



Edward D. Newton 
Talmadge English 
William L. Poole, Jr. 
Thomas M. Macko 
Roger W. Dixon 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SN) 



William Lamont, Jr. 


Lt. Col. 


0-385712 


BnComd(1203) 


Thomas B. Lester, Jr. 


Major 


O-397101 


Bn Ex (1203) 


Paul Dickson 


Major 


0-399695 


Opn Tng S3 (2162) 


William A. Willis 


1st. Lt. 


0-977124 


AdjSl (2110) 


W^alter R. BuUock 


Capt. 


0-1 040503 


Comm(AsstS3 Air)(0200) 


Harvev F. McMillan 


Capt. 


0-984824 


Intel S2 (9301) 


Herbert S. McLean, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-419336 


Supply S4 (4010) 


Jimmy W. Brock 


Capt. 


0-984824 


Mtr (0606) 


Norman C. Sighel 


CWO 


W-2003202 


General Supply (4000) 


Roland A. Carrie 


WOJG 


W-2010248 


Mil Per (2200) 


Luther W. Clark 


Capt. 


0-961855 


Co Comd (2900) 


Charles F. McMiUan 


WO JO 


W-2007969 


Unit Admin (2123) xEtra T/04E Vac 


Co A. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SN) 



Capt. 
1st. Lt. 
Ist. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
CWO 



0-961931 
0-962576 
O-9S8207 
0-998233 



Co Comd (1203) 
Co Ax fMtr) 
Plat Ldr (1203) 
Plat Ldr (1203) 



W-2005935 Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/04E Vac 



Co B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SN) 



Russell H. Powers 
Bennie A. Stevens 
David M. Pittman 
Joe A. Sherrill. Jr. 

Co D. 



Capt. 
Ist. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
WOJG 



O-721520 

0-988438 

0-2269576 



Co Comd (1203) 
Co Ax (Mtr) (1203) 
Plat Ldr (1203) 



W-2006611 Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Name 


Rank 


S.V 


T/0 Position (SN) 


William J. Wilson 


Capt. 


O-824027 


Co Comd (1203) 


James L. Irvln 


1st. Lt. 


0-543754 


Co Ex (Mtr) (1203) 


Ralph L. Horner 


1st. Lt. 


0-993466 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


Charles R. Shannon 


Ist. Lt. 


O-1111904 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


James .\. Harrington, Jr. 


Ist. Lt. 


0-964167 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


Lennox Forsyth 


CWO 


W-20076I9 


Unit .\dmin (2123) Extra 



730TH ORDNANCE BN 



Hq Hq Det. 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Charles W. Wannamaker, Jr. 
Raleigh C. Taylor, Jr. 
Louie H. Davis 
John F. Ogburn, Jr. 
Charles E. Herbert 
James M. Fletcher 
Clarence D. Smith 
John B . Cates 
Robert M. Bateman 



.Major 


0-362363 


Major 


0-359275 


Capt. 


O-1650060 


Capt. 


O-1582019 


Capt. 


0-585572 


Ist. Lt. 


O-2042881 


Capt. 


0-979363 


TWO 


W-2003707 


CWO 


W-2003255 



Bn Comd (Div Ord Off) (4512) 

Bn Ex (.\sst Div Ord Off) (4512) 

Maint (4800) 

Supply (4530) 

Edj (Det Comd) (2110) 

.\mmunition (4514) 

Asst Maint (Trp I & E) (4800) 

.\3st .Ammunition (4514) 

Supply (S4 & Mun) (4000) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



195 



Co A. 



Name 



SN 



T/0 Potition (SSN) 



Ira A. Smith 
Ralph L. Cobb 
Dallas A. Smith 
Charles L. Cooke 



2nd Lt. 


0-2268136 


Co Comd (4801) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267623 


Co Ex (4805) 


2nd Lt. 


O-2274203 


Plat Ldr (4805) 


WOJG 


\V-20091S7 


.Maint (4805) 



Co B. 



Name 



Millard P. Burt 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Potition (SSN) 



Andrew Kubachko, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-1054295 


Co Comd (4801;) 


James A. Lee 


2nd Lt. 


O-2273046 


Plat Ldr (Records Sec) (4530) 


Edward W. Fairfield 


1st. Lt. 


0-1 053590 


Plat Ldr (Armament Repair) (4808) 


Norbert L. Latkowski 


WOJG 


W-2009874 


Supply (4530) 


Arthur A. Ferrell 


CWO 


W'-2003389 


Arm Maint (4808) 


30th Inf Div Band 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Potition (SSN) 



CWO 



W-2000410 Bandmaster (5241 ) 



Hq & Hq Co. 

Name 



119TH INFANTRY 



«anA- 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Bernice A. Peterson 
Herbert H. Taylor, Jr. 
.Morton S. Modlin 
Joseph D. Blythe 
James A. Vinson 
Bernard M. White-Hurst 
Edward W. Stewart 
Marshall M. Milton 
Prank Outtu 
Hiram J. Cuthrell 
Harold L. Stephenson 
Clyde E. Debow 
Moody H. Ward 
James W. Reid 
William B. Dennis 
Jasper L. Pittman 



Lt. Col. 


O-3O4079 


Regt Comd (1542) 


Lt. Col. 


O-1303968 


RegtEx(lS42) 


Major 


0-668737 


AdjASl (2110) 


Major 


0-1174784 


Intel S2 (9301) 


Major 


0-1296124 


Opn-TngS3(2162) 


Major 


0-963394 


Chaplain (5310) 


Capt. 


0-332977 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (1 & A S3 Air) (2162) 


Capt. 


0-2269493 


Chaplain (5310) 


WOJG 


W-2008871 


Asst Adj SI (2600) 


Capt. 


0-967251 


Co Comd (2900) 


1st. Lt. 


O-998032 


Ex (Gas) (2900) 


2nd Lt. 


0-995579 


Plat Ldr (Comm) (0200) 


2nd Lt. 


O-1935909 


Plat Ldr (I & R) (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264887 


Plat Ldr (Ctr Fire) (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269861 


Plat Ldr (E/T Mine) (1504) 


WOJG 


W-2004679 


Unit Admin f2123) Extra T/OAE Vac 



Svc Co. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Shelton G. Scott 
Benjamin C. Harrell 
Luther A. White, Jr. 
Gerald R. Warren 
Richard C. Helmkamp 
John B. Bankos 
William M. Chaplin 



Capt. 

1st. Lt. 

2nd Lt. 

WOJG 

CWO 

WOJG 

CWO 



0-1583642 Regt S4 (4010) 

0-999787 Co Comd (2910) 

O-2270710 Motor (Asst Plat Ldr) (0600) 

W-2008756 Mun (4514) 

W-2004949 Mil Pars (2200) 

W.2009789 Motor (0605) 

W-2003093 Supply (4000) 



196 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Med Co. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/U Position (SSN) 



AUen Taylor 


Cpat. 


O-978580 


Surgeon (CO) (3500) 


John M. Hood 


Capt. 


O-7099O6 


Edmin(NiSC)(2120) 


John G. Lamm 


1st. Lt. 


O-995029 


.\ledAsst(MSC) (3506) 


Vernon L. Hood 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270094 


Med Asst (MSC) (3506) 


Douglas B. Whitley 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Mess Sup &Mtr(MSC) (4113) 


Melvin W. Smiley 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267362 


Sec Ldr (Ambulance) (MSC) (3503) 


Earl R. Boyette 


2nd Lt. 


0-997847 


Sec Ldr (Litter Bearer) (MSC) (3504) 


Hv Mortar Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Cecil W. Fry 


Capt. 


0-537171 


CoComd(1543) 


Charlie W. Swanner 


1st Lt. 


0-982633 


Recon(1543) 


Joseph K. Swanner 


2nd Lt. 


0-999493 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


John H. Asbell, Jr. 


CWO 


\V-2004002 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 


Tank Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Howard T. Stanley 


1st. Lt. 


O-996078 


CoComd(1203) 


Jack A. Hassell 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264557 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


Ben J. Morris 


2nd Lt. 


0-999574 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


Robert M. Wiggins 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267966 


Plat Ldr (1203) 



Hq & Hq Co, 1st Bn. 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (JSSN) 



James A. Mitchiner 
Charles B.SpruiU 
Walter H. Beale, Jr. 
Edward P. Best 
Michael F. Powers 
Carroll W. Beasley 
John W. Young, Jr. 
Lee Roy Fuller 
Royce L. Rhodes 
Harry L. Smith 
John N. Pierce 



Major 


O-394460 


BnComd(lS42) 


Capt. 


0-1177193 


Bn Ex (1542) 


Capt. 


0-2264137 


Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


1st. Lt. 


O-998039 


Adj&Sl(21I0) 


1st. Lt. 


0-2264927 


Intel S2 (9301) 


Capt. 


0-834860 


Co Comd (1542) 


WOJG 


Unasg 


Excess 


WOJG 


Unasg 


Excess 


WOJG 


W-2203447 


Excess 


CWO 


W-20079O4 


Excess 


CWO 


W-2007803 


Exce.ss 



Co A. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Melvin E. Pierce 
Robert B. Spivey 



2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 



0-998945 
0-2272525 



Co Comd (1542) 
Plat Ldr (1542) 



Co B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Calvin T. Draper 


2nd Lt. 


O-2265028 


Co Comd (1542) 


Marvin R. Bradley, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


John H. Liverman 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270024 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



197 



Co C. 



Hank 



SN 



T/0 Position {SSN) 



Milton Humphreys 
Joseph L. Hale 
Alvin T. Hockaday 
Carl E. Peoples 



Capt. 


0-1135151 


Co Comd (1542) 


1st. Lt. 


0-987133 


Plat Ldr (1532) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2266965 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


CWO 


\V-2005056 


Unit .\dmin (2123) E.xtra T/O&E Vac 



Co D. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position {SSN) 



Harold B. Edwards 
Davie E. .\lisbrook 
Joseph Futrell, Jr. 



1st. Lt. 


0-996142 


Co Comd (1542) 


2ndLt 


O-994048 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268722 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Hq & Hq Co, 2nd Bn. 

Name 



Ratik 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



William E. Ingram 


Major 


O-532080 


Bn Comd (1542) 


Charles A. Summerlin, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-389884 


Bn Ex (1542) 


Oscar L. Smith 


Capt. 


O-1105831 


Opn-TnR S3 (2162) 


Admiral D. Waters, Jr. 


1st Lt. 


0-969986 


Adj&Sl(2110) 


Orville N. Monroe, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-1337989 


Intel S3 (9301) 


James E. Newton 


2nd Lt. 


0-998571 


Comm (0200) 


Ronald E. Corrington, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-995535 


Plat Ldr (P&E) (1504) 


Richard A. Cook 


Capt. 


0-9591 09 


Co Comd (1542) 


Robert S. Speight 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Motor (0600) 



Co E. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



James C. Kannan, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-551075 


Co Comd (1542) 


Richard E. Whitfield 


1st. Lt. 


0-976615 


Ex (1542) 


Eugene M. Lashley 


2nd Lt. 


0-2266713 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Edward B. Crawford 


IstLt. 


0-76617 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Herman W. Vinson 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268167 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


James R. Goff 


2nd Lt. 


0-997798 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Co F. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Charles H. Lockhart 


Capt. 


0-1293277 


Co Comd (1542) 


Lin wood N. Brock 


1st. Lt. 


O.-1796037 


Ex (1542) 


Robert A. Crisp 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268711 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


John J. Bailey, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-994050 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


John W. Stallings 


1st. Lt. 


0-926332 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Walter M. Gardener 


WOJG 


W-2007012 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



198 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Hq & Hq Co, 3rd Bn. 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



WiUiam M. Buck 


Major 


O-1310353 


William L. Eason 


Major 


0-1322212 


Robert M. Crissom 


Major 


0-1335276 


Thomas H. MacDonald 


Capt. 


0-1 325095 


James F. Strickland 


Capt 


0-947541 


Herman H. Corbitt 


2ndLt 


0-2269637 


Rudolph F. Hasty 


1st Lt 


O-997440 


WiUiam B. Shaw 


Capt. 


0-1316594 


William L. Starling, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-998070 


WiUiam B. Whitfield 


CWO 


W-2004000 



Bn Comd(1542) 

Bn Ax (1542) 

Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 

Intel S2 (9301) 

Supply S4 (4010) 

Comm (021,0) 

Plat Ldr(P&E) (1504) 

CoComd(1542) 

Motor (0600) 

Unit .\dmin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Co I. 



Name 



CoM. 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



James H. Morse 


Capt. 


0-1 203759 


Co Comd (1452) 


George T. Rich 


1st. Lt. 


O-70C328 


Ex (1542) 


Montague D. Dowdy 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Wilbur E. Earp 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Walter E. Keen, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264126 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Donald J. Waldock 


2nd Lt. 


O-2266880 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


James T. Strickland 


CWO 


Wf-2004891 


Unit .\dmin (2123) E.xtra T/O&E Vac 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/U Position (SSN) 



Henry C. Merritt 


Capt. 


0-947667 


Raymond W. Rivenbark 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264873 


Earle B. Huie 


1st. Lt. 


O-2204613 


Harvey C. Allen, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2265023 


George C. Kornegay 


2nd Lt. 


0-999361 


Robert C. Best 


WOJG 


W-2203669 



Co Comd (1542) 

Recon(1542) 

Plat Ldr (1542) 

Plat Ldr (1542) 

Plat Ldr (1542) 

Unit -Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



120TH INFANTRY 



Hq & Hq Co. 






Name 


Rank 


SN 


Warren R. Krueger 


Lt. Col. 


O-404833 


Duncan C. Rogers, Jr. 


Major 


0-292295 


John C. Davis 


Major 


0-1318768 


WiUiam H. Vanderlinden, Jr. 


Major 


0-1286927 


James L. Malony 


Capt. 


O-995250 


Eugene .A. Robbins, Jr. 


Capt. 


753305 


John L. WUtshire 


Capt. 


0-947672 


Frank M. Baker 


1st. Lt. 


0-997848 


Clifford E. Cooper 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


McDaniel Robinson 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269972 


Edward 0. Watson 


2nd Lt. 


0-1936946 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



RegtEx(1542) 

Adj&Sl (2110) 

Intel S2 (9301) 

Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 

Comm (0200) 

Asst Opn-Tng S3 (I & A S3 Air) (2162) 

Co Comd (2900) 

Ex (Gas) (2900) 

Plat Ldr (Comm) (0200) 

Plat Ldr (I &R) (1542) 

Plat Ldr (CTR Fire) (1542) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



199 



Svc ( o. 



Same 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSX) 



Leroy F. Abernathy, Jr 
Roswell K. Porter 
Daniel W. Frady 
William H. Israel 
William H. Nixon 
Louis M. CundifF 
Lonnie P Yarborough 
Ernest D. \\ ilkinson, Jr. 
Woodrow B.Martin 
Robert E. Drake, Sr. 



Major 


0-1331587 


Capt. 


O-1580178 


Capt. 


0-1316635 


1st. Lt. 


0-989676 


2nd Lt. 


O-2272350 


WO jr. 


W-2006481 


WOJG 


W-2006462 


WOJG 


W-2C05396 


CWO 


W-21 19660 


WOJG 


W-2006265 



Regt 84(4010) 

CoComd{2910) 

Motor (0600) 

Motor (Asst Plat Ldr) (0600) 

Ciravcs Registration (2430 

Food Advisor (4114) 

Motor (0605) 

Mun (4514) 

Supply (4000) 

Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Med Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position {SSN) 


John W. Varner 


Major 


Unasg 


Surg (CO) (3500) 


Hugh A. Lagle 


Capt. 


0-843186 


Edmiu (MSC) (2120) 


Harry L. Beck 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271389 


Med Esst (MSC) (3506) 


James E. Latta 


2nd Lt. 


O-2267302 


Mess Sup Mtr (MSC) (4113) 


Worth T. Hendricks 


1st. Lt. 


0-983633 


Sec Ldr (Ambulance) (MSC) (3503) 


Edgar C. Dickinson 


1st. Lt. 


0-732815 


Sec Ldr (Litterbcarer) (MSC) (3504) 



Hv Mortar Co. 



Same 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Grover H. Bradley 


Capt. 


0-7871C5 


CoComd(1543) 


Hal B. Brockman 


1st. Lt. 


O-2204941 


Recon(1543) 


William B . Peeler 


1st. Lt. 


O-986106 


Gunnery (1543) 


Thomas A. Carroll 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


Dan H. Ferree 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269675 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


Wade Lemuel Philbeck 


2nd Lt. 


0-999963 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


Tank Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Samuel A. Carswell 


Capt. 


0-1292474 


Co Comd (1203) 


Robert H. Winchester 


1st Lt. 


0-1294758 


Ex (MTO) (1203) 


Albert C.Jones 


1st. Lt. 


0-997886 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


Frank C. Byrd 


1st. Lt. 


0-946733 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


James R. Adams 


2nd Lt. 


0-22 65022 


Plat Ldr (1203) 



Hq & Hq Co 1st Bn. 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Albert D.Sutton 


Lt. Col. 


O-404310 


Bn Comd (1542) 


James G. Hudson 


Major 


O-375402 


Bn Ex (1542) 


Ituggles L. Baker 


Major 


0-415779 


0pn-TngS3(2162) 


Jack T. KeUy 


Capt. 


O-800020 


Adj&Sl (2110) 


Eugene T. Morris 


Capt. 


0-1 298902 


Supply S4 (4010) 


Clarence J. Mines 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271885 


AsstS3(S3Eirj(2ie2) 


Russell \. Bowman 


2nd Lt. 


O-2263807 


Comm(020u) 


Carlton E. Chupp 


Capt. 


0-1551374 


Co Comd (1542) 


James R. McNeill 


CWO 


W-2004691 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T, O&E \ac 



200 

Co B. 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position iSSN) 



Lloyd H. Kennington 


1st. Lt. 


0-978768 


James N. Stoneman 


1st. Lt. 


O-995302 


Cicero E. Overby 


2ud Lt. 


O-2270014 


Weldon E. Holcomb 


WOJG 


W-2005073 



CoComd(1542) 

Ex (1542) 

Plat Ldr (1542) 

Unit .\dmin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Co C. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



William S. Murdoch 


Capt. 


O-1030237 


CoComd(1542) 


Robert E. Lee 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264374 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Donald L. Leonard 


2nd Lt. 


0-998467 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Co D. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Russell L. Talbert 


1st. Lt. 


0-957067 


Co Oomd (1542) 


William P. Jent, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-2004738 


Recon (1542) 


James T. Hinshaw, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-982196 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Walter M. Hilton 


1st. Lt. 


O-074561 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Co E. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Harry L. Belo, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-1589690 


CoComd(1542) 


Robert 0. Williams 


2nd Lt. 


0-998213 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


David X. Harris 


2nd Lt. 


O-2268410 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Donald K. Beck 


2ndLt. 


0-1932476 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



CoF. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



William F. Harris 
Charles N. Ratchford 
John D. Coble 
William H. Sensenbrenner 



Capt. 


0-1327144 


Co Comd (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


O-2273170 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264985 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Co G. 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



William E.Taylor 


Capt. 


O-959070 


Co Comd (1542) 


Jack E. Barringer 


1st. Lt. 


0-95 S606 


Ex (1542) 


William H. Lutz 


2nd Lt. 


O-2266970 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Albert L. Lofland, .Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271762 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Joseph B. Bryson 


WOJG 


W-220J369 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Report of The Adjutant General 



201 



Co H. 



Hank 



S.\ 



T/0 Position {SSN) 



Aaron L. Beach 


Capt. 


O-1556085 


Co Comd (1542) 


Earl T. Edwards, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-948869 


Reeon (1542) 


Charles A. Camp 


2nd Lt. 


O-2269003 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Dolan L. Huffman 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269298 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Walter L. Propst, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2273836 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Charles E. Lockadoo 


WOJG 


W-2009554 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Hq & Hq Co, 3rd Bn. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



James M. Davis 
Banks E. Bolin 
RayC.Burrell 
Paul S. Cash 
Charles R. Wanzer 
Robert W. Bigham 
Harry E. Stegall, Jr. 
Samuel E. Houston 
William B. Armstrong 
Paul X. Mull 



Lt. Col. 0-368535 Bn Comd (1542) 

Major O-1290020 Bn Ex (1542) 

Major O-1048701 Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 

Capt. 0-825786 Adj&Sl(2110) 

Capt. O-731240 Intel S2 (9301) 

Capt. 0-948355 Supply S4 (4010) 

1st. Lt. O-994044 Coram (0200) 

Capt. O-1290072 Co Comd (1542) 

1st. Lt. 0-972365 Motor (0600) 

WOJG W-2008457 Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



CoK. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Robert E. Cabaniss 


Capt. 


O-1055794 


Co Comd (1542) 


Robert L. Stegall 


1st. Lt. 


O-994043 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


John F. Watson 


1st Lt.. 


0-1798820 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


William C. Scoggins, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-848647 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



CoM. 



Name 



Hq & Hq Co. 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Herman E. Green 


Capt. 


O-105S306 


Co Comd (1542) 


Max Padsett 


1st. Lt. 


0-982637 


Recon (1542) 


Hubert G. Wilkie 


1st. Lt. 


0-980824 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Charles T. Torablin 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264935 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Hobart L. Daniel 


WOJG 


W-20 10073 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra TO&E Vac 



189TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position {SSN) 



Daniel K. Edwards 


Col. 


O-401801 


Robert A. Hughes 


Lt. Col. 


O-400937 


Lee R. Barnes 


Capt. 


0-415434 


John E. Floyd 


Major 


O-401430 


Gerald A. RudisiU 


Major 


0-1331438 


James W. McGinnis 


Capt. 


0-998327 


Julius B.Walker, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-1634440 


Henry S. Lougee 


Capt. 


O-1012608 


Vernon W. Rigsbee 


1st. Lt. 


0-687765 


Edward J. Sullivan, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


Unasg 


Hugh M. Milton 


2nd Lt. 


0-997824 



Regt Comd (1542) 

Regt Ex (1542) 

Adj&Sl (2110) 

Intel S2 (9301) 

Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 

Chaplain (5310) 

Coram (0200) 

Asst Opn-Tng S3 (I & E S3 Air) (2162) 

Avn (1066) 

Avn (1066) 

Asst SI (A & R Spec Svc) (2110) 



202 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Edward L. Christmas, Jr. 
Bernard J. Jary 
Junius H. Millard 
John W. C.rogan 
Paul V. Fitzgeald, Jr. 
Joseph F. Gregory 
Earnest A. Bennett, Jr. 
Leonard T. Robertson 
Earl M. Grpgan 
WiUard B. Apple, Jr. 
Roy A. Thompson 



1st. Lt. 


O-995064 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267548 


1st. Lt. 


0-997799 


CWO 


W-2001630 


Capt. 


0-1334992 


1st. Lt. 


0-989504 


1st. L,t. 


0-987732 


1st. Lt. 


0-991723 


1st. Lt. 


0-947612 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


WOJG 


W-2007915 



Ln (1542) 

Ln (1542) 

Ln (1542) 

Asst AdjSl (2600) 

Co Comd (2900) 

Ex (Gas) (2900) 

Plat Ldr(Comm) (0200) 

PlatLdr(I& R) (1542) 

Plat Ldr (Ctr Fire) (1542) 

Plat Ldr(A/T MINE) (1504) 

Unit Admin C2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Svc Co. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position iSSN) 



John W. Cartwright 


Major 


0-1949754 


Regt S4 (4010) 


Robert J. Durham 


Capt. 


O-I049818 


Co Comd (2910) 


Hubert E. Pennington 


Capt. 


0-1996553 


Motor (0600) 


Claude E. Hale, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-988273 


Motor (Asst Plat Ldr) (0600) 


Walter C. Newton, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267992 


Graves Registration (2430) 


Leland M. Rees 


WOJG 


W-2006339 


Mun(4514) 


Joseph P. Weiss 


CWO 


W-2005205 


Mil Pers (2200) 


Fred T. Riley 


CWO 


W-2004524 


Food Advisor (4114) 


Med Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Claudius A. Pickett 


1st. Lt. 


0-997497 


-Admin (MSC) (2120) 


Joe W. Frazer, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-2272959 


Med Gen (CoUecting Sta) (3100) 


Robert R. Huntley 


1st. Lt. 


Unasg 


Med Gen (Collecting Sta) (3100) 


Joe 0. Eakes, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-995615 


Med Asst (MSC) (3506) 


Sterling S. Veasey, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-2265035 


Med Asst (MSC) (3506) 


Robert D. Cleveland 


1st. Lt. 


0-989499 


Mess Sup Mtr (MSC) (4113) 


James T. Garrett, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Sec Ldr (Ambulance) (MSC) (3503) 


Grayson E. Spain 


WOJG 


W-2009591 


Excess 


Hv Mortar Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Benjamin F. Dunton 


Capt. 


O-1 634703 


Co Comd (1542) 


Jack P. Simpson 


1st. Lt. 


0-1 283860 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


DiUard M. Powell 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270010 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


Rupert Riley 


1st. Lt. 


0-462357 


Plat Ldr (1543) 


Lester N. Brown 


WOJG 


W-2004195 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 


Tank Co. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Rufus E. Smathers 


IstLt 


O-2G05259 


Co Comd (1203) 


Carl L. Acree 


IstLt 


0-985288 


Ex (MTO) (1203) 


Ernest D. McGougan 


IstLt 


0-994722 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


David V. McMillan 


2ndLt 


0-2273698 


Plat Ldr (1203) 


James E. Hall, Jr. 


CWO 


W-2001204 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Report of The Adjutant General 



203 



Hq & Hq ('o, 1st Bn. 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



(lordon I. Stcagall 


UCol 


0-399393 


Bn Comd (1.542) 


George W. Harrison 


Major 


0-1533338 


Bn Ex (1542) 


Stewart M.Pickett 


Capt 


0-1 2901 22 


Adj&Sl (2110) 


Jay L. Ashley 


Capt 


0-1578122 


Intel S2 (9301) 


Coye L. Pendergrass 


Capt 


0-1298917 


Supply 84 (4010) 


Roland E. Dudley 


IstLt 


O-976610 


AsstS3(S3 Air)(2162) 


Jesse P. Scott 


IstU 


O-990602 


Comm (C200) 


Luther A. Dennis 


IstLt 


O-994051 


Plat Ldr(P&A) (1504) 


Arthur J. Bouchard 


Capt 


0-128712S 


Co Comd (1542) 


Joe W. Craig, Jr. 


2iid Lt 


Uiiasg 


Motor (060( ) 



Co A. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position 



Hoyle B. Puckett 
William R. Henry 
Grover C. Nicholson, Jr. 
James G. Steagall 
Thomas P. Wilson 



Capt 


O-956305 


Co Comd (1542) 


latLt 


0-1846921 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


IstLt 


O-9S8502 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


2ndLt 


0-2269634 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


WOJO 


\V-2006347 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Co B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Samuel T. Arrington 


Capt 


0-2037114 


Co Comd (1542) 


Earl D. Haithcock 


2nd Lt 


Unasg 


Ex (1542) 


Roger L. Currie 


2ndLt 


0-2264567 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Thomas M. Evans 


2nd Lt 


O-2266907 


Pl?t Ldr (1542) 


Thomas H. Powell 


2nd Lt 


0-999962 


Pbt Ldr (1542) 


Carson S. Pridpen 


2nd Lt 


0-2272124 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Arthur H. Floyd 


CVVO 


W-2004513 


Unit Admin f2123) Extra T/&0E Vac 


Co C. 








jVome 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Scott P. Cooper 


Capt. 


0-415169 


Co Comd (1542) 


Charles T. Eaves 


1st. Lt. 


0-948351 


Ex (1542) 


Benjamin M. Pridgen 


1st. Lt. 


0-989577 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Herbert M. Garrett 


1st. Lt. 


O-971404 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


George N. Tucker, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267889 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Robert L. Duke 


2nd Lt. 


0-2272351 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Durwood W. Faulkner 


WOJG 


W-2009220 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Co D. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Wallace L. Wright 


1st. Lt. 


0-734291 


Co Comd (1542) 


Gordon P. Allen 


1st. Lt. 


0-1889803 


Recon (1542) 


Ollie P. Gentry 


2nd Lt. 


0-2273515 


Plat Ldr (1.542) 


Willie B. Hicks 


2nd Lt. 


0-995885 


Plat Ldr f 1.542) 


Matthew M. Terrell 


1st. Lt. 


0-1166396 


Plat Ldr a.542) 



204 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Hq & Hq Co, 2nd Bn. 

Name 



Hank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Tom Presnell 


Lt. Col. 


0-345783 


Harper K. Sanders, Jr. 


Major 


0-415469 


Alton P. Wall 


Major 


O-1107207 


Marvin C. Pick?rd 


1st. Lt. 


O-2006967 


Beamer H. Barnes 


Capt. 


0-1043858 


Albert G. Taylor 


Capt. 


O-985008 


Sidney I. Campbell 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271763 


Lonnie I. Luck 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271897 


Lowell M. Whatley 


1st Lt. 


0-1935823 


Lawrence L. Steed 


Capt. 


0-959184 


Frank G. Toler, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-994049 


Charles H. Rich 


WOJG 


W-2007447 



BnComd(1542) 

Bn Ex (1542) 

Opng-Tng S3 (2162) 

Adj&SI (2110) 

Intel S2 (9301) 

Supply S4 (4010) 

AsstS3(S3Air)(2162) 

Comm (0200) 

PlatLdr(P&A)(I504) 

CoComd(1542) 

Motor (0600) 

Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Co E. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Thomas S. Bradshaw 


Capt. 


O-1340432 


Co Comd (1542) 


Ranson Smith, Jr. 


1st Lt. 


0-976671 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


James D. McDonald 


1st. Lt. 


0-975775 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Joseph D. Moody 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271633 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



Co F. 



Name 



Co G. 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Donald A. Beck 


Capt. 


0-959746 


Co Comd (1542) 


Adam W. Love 


1st. Lt. 


O-965078 


Ex (1542) 


John T. V. Newman 


2nd Lt. 


0-2267121 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


John T. Garrison 


1st. Lt. 


O-1999901 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Willie T. Treece, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270987 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Joe Z. Melton 


1st. Lt. 


0-978913 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Walter W. Pegram 


WOJG 


W-2005103 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Lewis J. Farmer 
Harold D. McCarn 
James R. Foster 
Jack K. Cameron 
James L. Jenkins 



Capt. 


0-557264 


Co Comd (1542) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269144 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


1st. Lt. 


0-979874 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


1st. Lt. 


O-2004052 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


WOJG 


W-2008475 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Col. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



William P. Keeton, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-525419 


Co Comd (1542) 


Contennial C. King 


1st. Lt. 


0-988879 


Ex (1542) 


George A. Gay 


1st. Lt. 


0-984823 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


Henry A. Smotherly 


2nd Lt. 


0-2266587 


Plat Ldr (1.542) 


Jack W. Markham 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269273 


Plat Ldr (1542) 


John E. Coggin, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-999578 


Plat Ldr (1542) 



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205 



OoM. 



Same 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Wilbur F. Beard 
Franklin G. Armour 
James D. Devane, III 
Joseph A. Saunders 
Hubert E. Wallace 
Robert A. Barnhill 



1st Lt. 
1st. Lt. 
1st. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
WOJG 



0-969998 
0-985496 
0-984125 

0-2269731 

Unasg 



Co Comd (1542) 
Kecon (1542) 
Plat Ldr (1542) 
Plat Ldr (1542) 
Plat Ldr (1542) 



W-2203796 Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Hq & Hq Btry 



Name 



William J. Reid 



30TH DIVISION ARTILLERY 



Rank 



iS.V 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Edward F. Griffin 


Brig. Gen. 


0-198652 


Div Arty Comd (0002) 


Joseph T. Carruthers, Jr. 


Lt. Col. 


0-479653 


Ex (1193) 


Leon J. Brandt, Jr. 


Lt. Col. 


0-422835 


Opn & Tng S3 (2162) 


Hardy S. Root 


Major 


0- 1080144 


AdjiSl (2110) 


Carl S. Compton 


Major 


0-36123 


Asst Opns-Tng S3 (2162) 


Linley W. Gerringer, Jr. 


Major 


0-1168246 


Comm (0200) 


James W . Denning 


Major 


0-1175994 


Intel S2 (9301) 


Belton H. Gibson, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-1173255 


Supply S4 (4010) 


William A. Groome 


Capt. 


O-840814 


Avn (1981) 


Hurley D. King 


Capt. 


O-960288 


C Mortar Asst S2 (9301) 


James P. McSweeney 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264257 


Ln (1193) 


John V. Barnette 


Capt. 


0-1166663 


Ln(1193) 


Zane F. Thompson 


Capt. 


0-765356 


Recon & Survey (.\sst S2) (1183) 


Abram N. Nail Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-825237 


Avn ri981) 


Clarence L. Yow 


cwo 


W-2006346 


Food Advisor (4114) 


Thomas A. Williams, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-999440 


Btry Comd (2900) 


Hq, Med Det 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 



Capt. 



0-984424 Gen Duty (3100) 



112TH FA IJX 



Hq & Hq Btry 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Roy W. Forehand 
Theodore R. Seehorn 
Sidney L. Underdown 
Boone E. Smith 
Ervin D. Rader 
Garland W. Swanson 
Michael N. Kichinko, III 
Benjamin R. Setzer 
Lawrence N. Robbins 
George W. Poteat 
Harold W. Hartley 
Leon S. Silver 
William P. Moore 
Robert H. Denton 
James C. Harless 
Newland E. Walker 



Lt. Col. 
Major 
Major 
Capt. 
Capt. 
Capt. 
Capt. 
2nd Lt. 
1st. Lt. 
Capt. 
1st. Lt. 
1st. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
CWO 
Capt. 



O-340617 

0-1551739 

O-754390 

0-1183416 

O-1019519 

0-949863 

0-1114193 

0-2266906 

0-976362 

0-787327 

O-768087 

0-997751 

O-2271044 

O-2268207 

W-2002648 

0-988139 



BnComd (1193) 

Bn Ex(Adj&Sl) (1193) 

Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 

Comm (2000) 

Ln (119.3) 

Ln (1193) 

Ln (1193) 

Ln (1193) 

Motor (0600) 

Opn-Tng Asst S3 (2162) 

Avn (1981) 

Avn (1981) 

Motor (0600) 

Comm Asst (0200) 

Mil Pers (2200) 

Btry Comd (2900) 



206 

Btry A 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Robert H. Tuttle 
James W. Beach 



Capt, O-401493 Btry Comd (1193) 

WOJt; VV-2008052 Kxopss 



IJtry B 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Positioti iSSN) 



Darwin E. Beach 


Capf 


O-967077 


Btry Comd a 193) 


Clifton H. Moore 


2nLt. 


0-2268854 


Asst Ex Plat Ldr (1193) 


Daniel D. McLean. Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Asst Ex Plat Ldr (1193) 


Lonnie A. Priest 


2nd Lt. 


O-1937053 


Recon & Survey (1183) 


Lloyd 0. Rhode.s 


CWO 


\V-2003721 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/OAE Vac 



Btry C 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Ralph A. Boldin 


Capt. 


0-838667 


William S. Thomas, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-782403 


Conley Call 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271634 


Clarence D. Wiles 


1st. Lt. 


0-989518 


Charles R. Bauguss 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271986 


Ray H. Garland 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269615 


Clyde R. Shook 


2nd Lo. 


0-2267845 


Jack Johnson 


2nd Lt. 


0-2273294 


Alton L. Absher 


WOJC, 


W-2008858 



Btry Comd ri 193) 

Ex (1193) 

Asst Ex Plat Ldr (1193) 

Asst Ex Plat Ldr (1193) 

Fwd0bsr(1169) 

FwdObsr (1189) 

FwdObsrai89) 

Recon A Survey (1183) 

Unit Admin f2123) Extra T/OAE Vac 



Hq & Hq Btry 

Name 



113TH PA BN 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Edward F. Yarborough 
Darrell L. Perry 
Collin KcKinne 
John U. Perry 
James G. Yeamaii 
Phillip D. Pearce 
(5eorge H. Hinds 
Lucius H. Dickens. II 
Justice G. Daniel 
Thomas G. East, Jr. 
William S. Griffin, Jr. 
(Charles G. Bass 
Paul W. Hensley 
Jack E. Ayscue 
Willard D. Morton 
Melvin C. Holme.s 
I'aul F. .Mullen 



L*. Col. 


0-1171421 


Bn Comd (1193) 


Major 


0-1167577 


BnEx(Adj&Sl) (1193) 


Major 


0-542580 


Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269928 


Comm (0200) 


Capt. 


0-1 184005 


Intel S2 (9301) 


Capt. 


O-1173012 


Lnril93) 


1st. Lt. 


0-977544 


Ln (1193) 


2nd Lt. 


0-998870 


Ln (1193) 


Capt. 


0-1824287 


Motor (0600) 


Capt. 


O-1338801 


Opng-Tng As.st S3 (2162) 


1st. Lt. 


O-970243 


Avn (1981) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269248 


Avn (1981) 


2nd Lt. 


O-2269026 


Comm Asst (0200) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268487 


Motor (0600) 


CWO 


W-2003703 


Mil Pers (2200) 


Capt. 


0-1822276 


Btry Comd (2900) 


WOJC 


W-20096r):; 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra TO/AK \'ac 



Report of The Adjutant General 



207 



Svc Btry. 








Name 


Wo nit 


S.\ 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Wiley Brown 


Capt. 


0-999659 


Btry Oomd (2910) 


Wiley F. Mitchell. Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Motor (0600) 


Uobert C. Hill 


2nd Lt. 


0-2264519 


Train Comd (4510) 


Robert E. Cheatham 


CWO 


W-2002600 


Gen Supply (4000) 


Jasper \V. Weathers 


WOJG 


W-2008835 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Bti-y A. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Barrie S. Davis 


Capt. 


0-911865 


Btry Comd (1193) 


James M. Potter, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-1865416 


Ex (1193) 


Foster D. Finch, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-994144 


Asst Ex Plat Ldr (1192) 


Amos G. Henson 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268224 


FwdObsr(1189) 


Jack M. Tippett 


2nd Lt. 


O-2277901 


FwdObsr(n89) 


Max I. Loyd 


2nd Lt. 


0-1931726 


Fwd Obsr (1189) 


Johnsey P. Arnold 


WOJG 


W-2009570 


Unit Admin (2123) Extr 



Btry B. 



Name 



Rank 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Edward H. Wade 


1st. Lt. 


0-988823 


Btry Comd (1193) 


William R. Rochester 


2nd Lt. 


Unasg 


Asst Ex Plat Ldr a 193) 


Jackson L. Lasater 


2Qd Lt. 


O-1932025 


Fwd Obsr n 189) 


Charles T. Johnson 


2nd Lt. 


0-2272352 


Fwd Obser fll89) 



BtPy C. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Charles I. Parrisb 



1st. Lt. 0-947866 Btry Comd (1193) 



Hq & Hq Btry 

Name 



o40TH FA BX 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Edward Phibbs, Jr. 
Douglas J. Bray 
Byron W. Grandjeau 
William G. Causey 
Hubert M. Leonard 
David A. Hodgin 
William Hudgins 
Homer D. Guyer, Jr. 
Bruce C. Guard 
James A. Wall 
William M. Smith 
Donald E. Stutts 
Luther H. Tuttle 



Lt. Col. 

Major 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

Capt. 

2nd Lt. 

2nd Lt. 

2nd Lt. 

2nd Lt. 

Capt. 



0-351539 
O-1330625 
0-1688255 
0-989004 
0-981168 
0-961338 
0-1592939 
O-2078216 
0-2268386 
0-2268 190 
0-1937224 
0-2269864 
0-1316856 



BnComd (1193) 

Bn Ex (Adj SI) (1193) 

Opns-Tng S-3 (2162) 

Comm f0200) 

Intel S2 (9301) 

Ln (1193) 

Motor (0606) 

Opn-Tng Asst S3 (2162) 

Avn (1981) 

Avn ri981) 

Recon & Surv (1183) 

Comm Asst (0200) 

Btry Comd (2900) 



208 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Svc Btry. 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Leroy E. Jenkins 
John L. Hill 
Robert E. Hughes 



1st. Lt. 0-2263494 Btry Comd (2910) 

WOJG Unasg Gen Supply ('4000) 

WO JO W-2203714 Excess 



Btry A. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Joseph M. Lloyd 
Billy O. Stutts 



Capt. 
2nd Lt. 



0-938572 Btry Comd (1193) 

0-2268723 Ex (1193) 



Btry B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Joseph C. Regan 
Joe F. Mitchell 
Joe H. Long, Jr. 
James E. Williams 



1st. Lt. 0-991294 Btry Comd (1193) 

2nd Lt. 0-971594 Ex ril93) 

2nd U. 0-2272987 Asst Ex Plat Ldr (1193) 



WOJG 



W-2010129 Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Btry C. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Baird L. Paschal 



1st. Lt.. O>.1019530 Btry Comd (1193) 



690TH FA BN 



Hq & Hq Btry. 

Name 



Linwood Peed 
James M. Willis 
John R. Nichols 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Guy C. Langston 


Lt. Col. 


O-417740 


Bn Comd (1193) 


Edward W. Paul, Jr. 


Major 


0-669781 


Ex (SI) (1193) 


Clay A. Burnette 


•Major 


0-742956 


Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


WiUiam E. Powell 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268924 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


John B. Fleming 


1st. Lt. 


0-984254 


Comm (0200) 


Reuben L. Smith 


Capt. 


0-947663 


Intel 82(9301} 


Robert T. Carson 


Capt. 


O-976609 


Ln(1193) 


Charlie C. Jackson, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2258673 


AvndQSl) 


Raymond R. Dunn 


1st. Lt. 


0-832365 


Avn (1981) 


Ra.ymond J. Karam 


2nd Lt. 


O-2268402 


FwdObsr(1189) 


Augustine Piner, Jr. 


CWO 


W-20051H9 


Mil Pers (2200) 


Charles W. Warrington, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-714791 


Btry Comd (2900) 


Irvin G. Weatherly 


CWO 


W-2003753 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/0<feE Vac 


Svc Btry. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 



2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
WOJG 



O-2288906 
O-1887370 



Btry Comd (S4 Mun) (2910) 
Motor (0600) 



W-2205091 Gen Supply (4000) 



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209 



Btiy A. 



Name 



Norman E. Masters 
McDonald Nelson 
Eugene P. Smith 
Xenophon F. Mason 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



1st. Lt. 0-985466 Btry Comd (1193) 

1st. Lt. 0-9.S491K Ex (1193) 

2nd Lt. O-999803 Asst Ex— Plat Ldr (Mun) (1 193) 

2nd Lt. 0-2271903 Ueoon * Survey (1183) 



Btry B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T'O Position {SSN) 



Marvin L. Weatherly 
Guy E. Boyd, Jr. 



1st. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 



0-2268414 
0-2272648 



Btry Comd (1193) 
Ex (1193) 



Btry C. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Posilion{SSN) 



Merrift E. Bridgman 
Arthjr K. Lewis 



1st. Lt. 0-988271 Btry Comd (1193) 

2ndLt. UnasR Ex (1193) 



130TH AAA BN (AW) (SP) 



Hq & Hq Btry. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position {SSI 


John C. Maultsby 


Major 


0-1642355 


Bn Comd (1174) 


James A. Brooks 


Major 


O-1060021 


Ex (1174) 


Alexander Maultsby 


.^'ajo^ 


0-34274G 


Opn-Tpg P3 (2162) 


Walter H. Powell, Jr. 


Capt. 


O-1313640 


Adj&Sl (2110) 


Lloyd E. Roberson 


2nd Lt. 


0-2274 170 


Comm (0200) 


Wallace J. Dickens 


Capt. 


O-788902 


Intel S2 (9301) 


James B. Hickman 


Capt. 


O-970154 


Ln (1174) 


John K. Burns 


Capt. 


0-42267S 


Motor (0606) 


Robert G. Rooks 


2nd Lt. 


UnasR 


Supply S4 (Mun) (4010) 


Henry C. Brown 


2L.d Lt. 


0-2272325 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


Robert 0. Rooks 


CWO 


U-2004256 


MilPersAsstSl (2200) 


John M. Formy Duval 


CWO 


W-200357S 


Asst Supply S4 (4000) 


Harold A. Waldron 


Capt. 


O-1048230 


Btry Comd f2900) 


Charles D.Pickerrell 


WOJC 


\V-2C098S7 


Excess 



Btry A. 



Name 



David B. Carmichael 
George F. Kirl y, Jr. 
Leon C. Norris, Jr. 



Rank 



Capt. 
2nd Lt. 
2Dd Lt. 



SN 



0-946138 
Unasg 
0-2274375 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Btry Comd (1174) 
Plat Ldr (1174) 
Plat Ldr (1174) 



Btry B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Ponition (SSN) 



Jimmie A. Scott 
Lawrence 0. Collins 
Lionel S. Benton 
James A. Fender 



Capt. 


O-992110 


Btry Comd (1174) 


1st. Lt. 


0-988136 


Ex (1174) 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270049 


Plat Ldr (1174) 


2nd Lt. 


0-997519 


Plat Ldr (1174) 



210 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Btry C. 



Name 



David L. Britt 
Johnnie G. Bullard 
Andrew G. Cook 
Richard B. Jones 
Robert J. Lewis 



Rank 



SN 



r/0 PoiUion iSSN) 



Capt. 


O-8I4015 


Btry Comd (1174) 


1st. Lt. 


0-985792 


Ex (1174) 


2nd Lt. 


O-996405 


Plat Ldr (1174) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2273918 


Plat Ldr (1174) 


VVOJG 


W-200S792 


Unit .'^dmin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Btry D. 



Name 



Hq Hq & Svs Co. 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



William W. W illson 


1st. Lt. 


0825353 


Brry Comd (1174) 


Norwood B. Chesnutt, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


0-997287 


Plat Ldr (1174) 


Archie M. Jones, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2272523 


Plat Ldr (1174) 


Roy H. Jones 


2nd Lt. 


0-2273872 


Asst Plat Ldr (1174) 


Herman H. Lucas 


wojc; 


W-2009100 


Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/04E Vac 



105TH ENGR BN (C) 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position {SSN) 



WiUiam R. Battley 


Lt. Col. 


O-356802 


Bn Comd (DivEngr) (1331) 


TaUy M. Xeel 


Major 


0-383562 


Bn Ex (1331) 


William R. Freeman, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271155 


Opn-Tng S3 (Chem) (2162) 


Ray E.Selvey 


2nd Lt. 


O-2269075 


AdjSl (2110) 


Jessee E. Norton 


WOJG 


W-2009495 


Engr Equip (4880) 


Jack D. Triplett 


WOJG 


W-2010217 


Mil Per (2200) 


John C. Van Pelt 


CWO 


W-2001933 


Supply (4000) 


James B. Richards 


CWO 


W-20(^1920 


Plat Ldr (4880) 


Josejjh W. Brown 


Capt. 


O-974033 


Co Comd (2900) 



Co A. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Robert H. Craig 
Alfred B. Craig 
James H. DeHart 
Fred Huffstetler 



Capt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
WOJG 



O-1107367 
O-2269090 
0-2273876 



Co Comd (1331) 
Plat Ldr (1331) 
Plat Ldr (1331) 



W-20Q9516 Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Co B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Leroy P. Spoon, Jr. 
Brooks R. Johnson 



Ist. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 



0-2268692 
W-2003821 



Co Comd (1331) 
Co. Ex (1331) 



Co C. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Carroll S. Suther 
John R. flenfield 



Capt. 
2nd Lt. 



O-110'!C77 
O-4009012 



Co Comd (1331) 
Plat Ldr (1331) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



211 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS, IV CORPS ARTILLERY, NCNG 
Hq & Hq Btry. 

Name Rank SN T/0 Position (SSN) 



Oscar L. Wrenn 


Brig. Gen. 


0-221793 


Corps Arty Comd (0002) 


Kermit L. Guthrio 


Col. 


0-346619 


Asst Corps Arty Comd {*) 


Roy E.Thompson 


Col. 


O-360841 


ExC) 


John H. Lee 


Lt. Col. 


0-394034 


Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


John A. Purvis 


Lt. Col. 


0-333332 


Supply S4 (4010) 


George H. Friddle 


Major 


0-577605 


AdjSl (2110) 


James \V. Connor 


Capt. 


0-947444 


Coram (0200) 


Porter B. Byrum 


Capt. 


O-2008815 


Intel Asst S2(Ctr Btry Intel) (9301) 


Hal H. Smith 


Major 


0-1172665 


Intel Asst S2fCtr Btry Intel) (9301) 


Joseph B. Mullineaux, Jr. 


Major 


0-1184266 


Avn (1981) 


Charles D. Isom, Jr. 


Major 


O-419097 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


James B. Garland 


Capt. 


0-444323 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


Guilford M. Kirkman 


Capt. 


O-1060843 


Intel Asst S2 (Ctr Btry Intel) 9301) 


Dan G. Broach 


Capt. 


0-1 169038 


Inn 


James T. Hutchins 


Capt. 


0-831438 


InC) 


Carl Horn, Jr. 


Capt. 


O-1050312 


InC) 


Thomas E. Adeimy 


1st. Lt. 


O-203S381 


Avn (1981) 


Robert J. Haubenreiser 


Capt. 


O-808051 


.4sst Opn-Tng .S3 (Trp 1 & E) (2162) 


Larry E. East 


2nd Lt. 


0-994547 


Aide (2030) 


Everett L. McBryde 


1st. Lt. 


0-997438 


Aide (2030) 


Hubert H. Powell 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271223 


Photo Interp C8503) 


Richard F. Roper 


2nd Lt. 


O-2271210 


Photo Tntcrp (8503) 


Cieorge W. Cooper 


1st. Lt. 


O-20 11401 


Avn (1981) 


John S. Huggins 


1st. Lt. 


0-1996157 


Avn (1981) 


Max P. Gantt 


2nd Lt. 


0-2266881 


As.st Coram (0200) 


Fred R. Harper 


CWO 


W-2004070 


Adaiin (2600) 


Jimmie B. Huggins 


1st. Lt. 


0-993917 


Btry Corad (2900) 


John Crosland, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-2266707 


Excess 


Blaine Kelley, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270420 


Excess 



(*) May be 1172, 1174, 1179, 1193, or 1199. 



Hq & Hq Btry. 

Name 



449TH FA BX (OBSX) (NGiUS) 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position iSSN) 



WiUiam M.St. George 
Wallace D. Gibbs, Jr. 
Theron K. Evans 
Harris A. Morse 
James S. Hunter 
Oscar G. McCarter 
Lester P. Williams 
James W. Sproles 



Major 


0-1177651 


Bn Comd (1154) 


Major 


O-1045742 


Ex(Adj&Sl) (1154) 


Capt. 


O-1042558 


Survey (1183) 


1st. Lt. 


0-2263927 


Supply S4 (4010) 


1st. Lt. 


O-2204614 


Plat Ldr Survey (1154) 


WOJG 


W-2008797 


Mil Pers (2200) 


WOJG 


W-2009677 


Supply (4000) 


1st. Lt. 


0-588657 


Btry Comd (2900) 



Btry B. 



Name 



Rank SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



John 0. Holt 



Capt. 0-315.527 Btry Comd (11.54) 



212 



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Btry C. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Roy C. Eaker 
Lewis H. Caton, Jr. 
Ray T. Ross 



Capt. 


O-1018362 


Btry Comd a 154) 


1st. Lt. 


0-989443 


Ex (Motor) (1154) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269351 


Plat Ldr (Survey) (1154) 



196TH FA GP 



Hq & Hq Btry. 








Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Weston H. Willis 


Col. 


0-289949 


Gp Comd (1193) 


Clement M. Ward, Jr. 


Major 


O-1588350 


Ex (1193) 


Haywood Stanley 


Capt. 


0-1170996 


Comm (0200) 


Louis J Dupree, Jr. 


Major 


0-17354C4 


Gen Med (3100) 


Richard K. Bell 


Major 


0-693967 


Oper & Tng S3 (2162) 


James F. Davis 


Major 


O-1172830 


Supply S4 (4010) 


Robert L. Thompson, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-825365 


Avn (1981) 


Gerald T. Lester 


Capt. 


0-973253 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (Trp I & E) (2162) 


Clarence C. Tart, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-809890 


In (1193) 


Murrell K. Glover 


Capt. 


O-997609 


Chaplain (5310) 


Kemp R. Holden 


1st. Lt. 


O-1850034 


Avn (1981) 


Charles R. Neilsen 


2nd Lt. 


O-2273700 


Anv(1981) 


William G. Maxwell 


2nd Lt. 


O-2268068 


Comm Asst (0200) 


Alexander Bourdas 


CWO 


W-2005391 


Admin (2600) 


Charles F. Sugg 


CWO 


W-2004220 


Food Service (4114) 


Ernest F. Crary 


CWO 


W-2132851 


Motor (0605) 


William G. Waters, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-964746 


Btry Comd (2900) 



295TH FA BN 



Hq & Hq Btry. 

Name 



Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 


Lt. Col. 


0-417597 


Bn Comd (1193) 


Major 


0-1174421 


Ex (SI) (1193) 


Capt. 


O-682260 


Opn Tng S3 (2162) 


Capt. 


0-1683361 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


1st. Lt. 


0-785557 


Ln (1193) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2271213 


Motor (0600) 


2nd Lt. 


0-2269151 


Avn (1981) 


2nd Lt. 


0-1887344 


Fwd Obsr (1189) 


WOJG 


W-2006880 


Mil Pers (2200) 


1st. Lt. 


0-2268569 


Btry Comd (2900) 



Joseph T. Kornegay 
William D. Rodman 
Louis L. Taylor 
Samuel R. Wilson 
Garlan F. Bailey 
Edward S. Jefferies, Jr. 
Velma F. Parker 
Lloyd B. Stevens 
Jaraes N. Lee 
William L. Tadlock 



Btry A. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Shepherd R. Grist 
Lon W. Taylor 



1st. Lt. 
2nd Lt. 



0-2268524 
0-2272346 



Btry Comd (1193) 
Ex (1193) 



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213 



Btry B. 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Ponlion (SSN) 



Henry A. Hoffman 
William R. Minor 



1st. Lt. 0-2266973 Btry Comd (1193) 

2nd Lt. O-2266905 Recon & Survey (1183) 



Btry C. 



Name 



Rank SN T/0 Position (SSN) 



Franklin P. Redmond 


Capt. 


O-976029 


Btry Comd (1193) 


Norman R. Harris 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268523 


Ex (1193) 


Emory W. Bush 


2nd Lt. 


O-2268610 


Asst Ex— Plat Ldr (Motor) (1193) 


Hubert McGee, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-2021561 


Recon & Survey (1183) 



Hq & Hq Btry. 



Name 



352XD AAA GP. 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position iSSN) 



Kenneth M. Corbett 


Col. 


O-274041 


Gp Comd (1176) 


William A. Cobb 


Lt. Col. 


0.3751.33 


Ex (1176) 


Henry V. Reid 


Major 


O-1041634 


Adj & SI (2110) 


Joseph E. Boylan, Jr. 


Major 


O-422001 


Comm (0200) 


Osborne K. Walls 


Major 


O-1047832 


Intel S2 (93C1) 


Michael C. Brown 


Major 


O-1042506 


Opn-Tng S3 (2162) 


John E. Farmer 


Major 


O-1040708 


Supply S4 (4010) 


Purvis G. Crabtree 


1st. Lt. 


O-990828 


Intel Asst S2 ^9301) 


Arthur T. Smith 


Capt. 


O-746202 


In (1176) 


Laurence Bowden 


1st. Lt. 


0-995354 


Opn-Tng Asst S3 1-2162) 


Hugh W. Primrose 


Capt. 


0-1289797 


Radar (0140) 


Homer A. Lanier 


2nd Lt. 


0-996866 


Comm Asst (0200) 


Robert B. Buck 


CWO 


W-2003980 


Food Advisor (4114) 


WiUiam J. Kelly 


WOJG 


W-2008452 


Motor Main (0606) 


Adolph L. King Jr. 


CWO 


W-2005461 


Pers (2200) 


Orady M. Proctor 


CWO 


W-2003863 


Radar f 1121) 


Albert D. Abercrombie 


WOJG 


W-2009952 


Supply Asst S4 4000) 


Oscar C. Herring 


1st. Lt. 


0-990643 


Btry Comd (2900) 



121st AAA Det (Opr) , 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Benjamin K. Boone 


Major 


O-408278 


Opr (Det Comd) fll75) 


George H. Melvin 


Capt. 


0-352383 


Opr Asst (Comm) (1175) 


Horace Davis, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


0-2268617 


Opr Asst (1175) 


Isaac L. Falkner, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


O-948056 


Opr Asst (1175) 



123rd Sig Det (RMU, Type E). 

Name Rank SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Jephthah Casey, Jr. 



CWO W-2003734 Radar Repair Supt (0145) 



214 



Report of The Adjutant General 



382nd Sig Det (RMU, Type E (NGUS) 

Name Rank SN 



T/0 Position iSSN) 



Ernest C. Orrell CWO W-2003445 Radar Repair Supt (01-15) 

403rd Ord Svs Det (Team FH) 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position iSSN) 



Hans R. Groeger 



WOJG W-2205331 Elct Fire Con Rep 0145) 



130TH AAA BN 



Hq & Hq Btrj . 

Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Phillip B. Piatt 


Lt. Col. 


O-1041002 


BnComd (1172) 




Robert C. Cantwell, III 


Major 


O-1060732 


BnEx (1172) 




Ernest R. Shinn 


Major 


O-1013817 


Opns TngS3 (2162) 




Carl W. Welker 


Capi. 


O-1055763 


AdjSl (2110) 




Murray E. Beggs 


Capt. 


O-061289 


Comm (0200) 




Walter K. Gaylor, Jr. 


Capt. 


0-962210 


Intel S2 (9301) 




Manly Davis, Jr. 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270694 


On (1172) 




Richard C. Bottles 


Capt. 


O-1043034 


Motor C0606) 




George Losak 


Capt. 


0-983626 


Supply S4 (Mun) (4010) 




Ralph W. Smith, Jr. 


1st. Lt. 


Unasg 


Chaplain (5310) 




Robert H. Clemmons, Jr. 


2ndLt. 


O-2268035 


Asst Opn-Tng S3 (Trp I & E) (2162) 




Jack T. Potter 


WOJG 


W-2203560 


Mil Pers (2200) 




Raymond S. Hagerty 


WOJG 


W-2203789 


Supply Asst S4 (4000) 




Carlton P. Aeree 


1st. Lt. 


0-2028785 


Btry Comd (2900) 




Walter F. Glover 


CWO 


W-2007310 


Unit Admin (2123) E.xtra T/O&E Vac 




Med Det. 










Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position (SSN) 




William E. Strickland 


1st. Lt. 


0-1881834 


Gen Dy (3100) 




Btry A. 










Name 


Rank 


SN 


T/0 Position {SSN) 





Paul N. King 
Paul D. Grady 
John H. Carr 
Lewis G. Alphin 



Btry B. 



Name 



Capt. 


0-1281894 


2nd Lt. 


0-998573 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270604 


2nd Lt. 


O-2270593 



Rank 



SN 



Btry Comd (1172) 
Plat Ldr (Gun Plat) (Ex) (1172) 
Plat Ldr (Fire Control) (1172) 
Asst Plat Ldr (Machine Gun) (1 172) 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Richard S. Bostic 
Carl D. Pate 



Capt. 
2nd Lt. 



0-977526 
Unasg 



Btry Comd (1172) 

Plat Ldr (Gun Plat) (Ex) (1172) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



215 



Btry C. 



Same 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Elbert S. Peel 
Hugh G. Horton, Jr. 
Garland E. Wynne 



Capt. 0-986175 Btry Comd (1172) 

2ndLt. O-2270693 Plat Ldr f Gun Plat) (Ex) (1172) 

2nd Lt. 0-2272560 Plat Ldr 'Fire Control) (1172) 



Btry D, 



Name 



Rank 



SN 



T/0 Position (SSN) 



Albert C. Hall, Jr. 
Fred T. Proctor 
Irvin E. Rivenbark 



Capt. 


O-2023997 


1st. Lt. 


O-979405 ] 


WOJG 


W-2203638 




AIR UNITS 



Btry Comd (1172) 

Plat Ldr (Gun Plat) (Ex) (1172) 

Unit Admin (2123) Extra T/O&E Vac 



Hq, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 1 November 1951) 
Payne, William J., Col., A0362656 
Jetton, Sidney L., Lt.Col., A0327653 
Brooks, Robert W., Jr., Maj., A0667782 
Small, Merwyn C, Capt., A0715917 
Nantz, Kenneth E., CWO, AW2050065 



156th Fighter Bomber Squadron, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 15 March 1948) 

Carmichael, Charles R., Capt., A0824413 
Crowell, William I., Capt., A0838393 
Downs, William B., Capt., A02070342 
Griffith, Edward C, Jr., Capt, A0940936 
Lefler, Daniel P., Capt., A0935198 
McNeil, Thomas C, Jr., Capt., A0943246 
Shelden, Howard W., Capt., A0862253 
Stephenson, Bill R., Capt., A0672705 
Adams, George L., Jr., 1st Lt, A01857052 
Dawkins, Arthur F., 1st Lt, A02043099 
Elliott, William V., 1st Lt, A0670859 
Dillon, John P., 1st Lt, A01864359 
Frazier, John W., Jr., 1st Lt, A01908899 
Gallant, Charles W., Jr., 1st Lt, A0960289 
Haynes. Woodrow L., 1st Lt, A0935783 
Hunt, Marvin R., 1st Lt, A0935576 
Keller, George H., 1st Lt, A0832417 
McCaskill, Bernie L., 1st Lt, A0839782 
McCaskill, Harry L., 1st Lt, A0946096 



216 Report of The Adjutant General 

McNeil, Alan H., 1st Lt, A02091185 
Polk, William C, Jr., 1st Lt, A02069318 
Smith, Fred W., 1st Lt, A07S7559 
Thomas, Charles L. C, III, 1st Lt, A01333276 
Trueblood, Benjamin W., 1st Lt, A0829779 
Tucker, Davis R., 1st Lt, A0810600 
Beckett, Ben H., Jr., 1st Lt, A0521324 
Ellis, Richard H., 1st Lt, A02231247 
Nash, Blaine B., 1st Lt, A0889838 
Goddard, Clifford S., 1st Lt, A02079954 
Douglas, Edward M., 2nd Lt, A02259807 
Eller, Kyle C, Jr., 2nd Lt, A03004595 
Ellis, Richard H., 2nd Lt, A02231247 
Rogers, George B., 2nd Lt, A03023879 
Wilson. James R.. Jr., 2nd Lt, A01857479 
Ledbetter, George R., 2nd Lt, A03037082 
Stanley, Dennis V., 2nd Lt, A0272810 



156th Tactical Forecasting Plight, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally 
Recognized 16 January 1953) 

Henderson, Stephen T., Maj., A0876039 
Dickey. Emerson G., Capt., A01903561 



263r(l Comm Squadron, Oprs, NCANG, Wadesboro, N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 3 November 1952) 

Palmer, Croon D., Capt., A0575834 
Vanderbeck, Frank, Capt., A01641891 
Casper, Robert H., 1st Lt, A0827128 
Tyson, John K.. 1st Lt, A01903621 
Allen, Julian F., 1st Lt, A0473470 
Austin, Joseph J., 2nd Lt, A0835114 



Hq, 123rd Air Base Group, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
4 January 1954) 

Byrd, Henry C, Jr., Col., A0351503 
Foster, James B., Maj., A0574616 
Higgins, Robert G., A0483438 
Hanes, Charlie M., Capt., A0586133 
Hines, Manley S., Capt., A0667294 
Sheridan, James R., 1st Lt, A086584r. 
Rose, Arthur M., 2nd Lt, A03018322 

123rd Comm Squadron, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recognized 
4 January 1954) 

Hipp, Wilton L., Capt., A01903536 

Fowler, Kenneth W., 2nd Lt. A02235041 



Report of The Adjutant General 217 

123rd Air Police Squadron, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Recog- 
nized 4 January 1954) 

Beaty, Harold C, Capt., A0842862 
Lomax, John H., 1st Lt, A01847995 
Quesada, George A., 2nd Lt, A01908101 

123rd Food Service Squadron, NCANG, Charlotte, N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 4 January 1954) 

Shelton, James S., Capt., A02010071 

123rd Installations Squadron, NCANG, Charlotte. N. C. (Federally Rec- 
ognized 4 January 1954) 

Ward, John V., Capt., A0735711 
Huntley, Marvin, 1st Lt, A05G5721 



ADJUTANTS GENERAL OF NORTH CAROLINA 

(The Office of Adjutant General ,\vas created by Chapter XVIII, Section 

of the Laws of 1806) 



Name 


County 


Term 


Benjamin Smith 


Brunswick County 


1806-1807 




Edward Pasteur 


Craven County 


1807-1808 




Calvin Jones 


Wake County 


1808-1812 




Robert Williams 


Surry County 


1812-1821 




Beverly Daniel 


Wake County 


1821-1840 




Robert Williams Haywood 


Wake County 


1840-1857 




Richard C. Gotten 


Chatham County 


1856-1860 
1860-1861 




John F. Hoke 


Lincoln County 




James G. Martin 


U. S. Army, Formerly of 








Pasquotank County 


1861-1863 




Daniel G. Fowle 


Wake County. . . . 


1863 




Ridhard C. Gatlin 


U. S. Army, Formerly of 






Lenoir County 


1864-1865 




John A. Gilmer, Jr 


Guilford County 

Bladen County 


186^1886 
1868-1872 




Abiel W. Fisher 




John C. Gorman 


Wake County 


1872-1877 




Johnstone Jones 


Wake County 


Jan. 1877-Dec. 


1888 


James Dodge Glenn 


Guilford County 


Jan. 1889- Dec. 


1892 


Francis H. Cameron 


Wake County 


1893-1896 
Feb. 1897- Dec. 




Andrew D. Cowles 


Iredell County 


1898 


Beverly S. Royster 


Granville County 


Dec. 1898-Dec. 


1904 


Thomas R. Robertson 


Mecklenburg County 


Jan. 1905-Mar. 


1909 


Joseph F. Armfield 


Iredell County 


Apr. 1909-Oct. 


1910 


Roy L. Leinster 


Iredell County 


Nov. 1910-Aug 


1912 


Gordon Smith 


Wake County 


Nov. 1912-Jan. 


1913 


Lawrence W. Young 


Buncombe County. . 


Jan. 1913-June 


1916 






Sept. 1917-Aug 


1918 


Beverly S. Royster 


Granville County 


June 1916-Aug. 


1917 






Sept. 1918-June 1920 


J. Van B. Metts 


New Hanover Count\' 


June 1920-July 


31, 1951 


Thomas B. Longest (Actg.) 


Wake County, (Formerly 








Biscoe, Va.) 


Aug. 1-Sept. 30 


, 1951 


John Hall Manning.. 


Durham County. 


Oct. 1, 1951- 






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