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TABLES OF ORGANIZATION 
UNITED STATES ARMY 



1917 







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WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1917 



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TABLES OF ORGANIZATION 
UNITED STATES ARMY 



1917 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1917 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

DOCUMENT NO. 571 
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 



WAE DEPARTMENT, 

WASHINGTON, May 3, 1917. 

The following Tables of Organization, approved by the Secretary 
of War, include the typical Infantry and Cavalry divisions authorized 
under the national defense act approved June 3, 1916, with the 
detailed tables of the component units. Departures from the pre- 
scribed organization will be authorized by the War Department only. 

The bases on which the tables have been prepared are, as regards 
supply, the same as those prescribed in Tables of Organization, 1914. 
Rifle ammunition with troops and combat trains has been fixed at 
220 rounds per rifle for all rifles in the division, with an equal amount 
in the divisional ammunition train. The machine-gun ammunition 
with troops is duplicated in the ammunition train. 

The bases for the artillery-ammunition supply are 464 rounds per 
3-inch gun and 432 rounds per 3.8-iiich howitzer with the divisional 
artillery. 

Alternative animal and motor drawn transport is provided for the 
divisional trains, and these will be organized according to the special 
circumstances in each case. 

The allotment of personnel and transport from Headquarters and 
Supply companies for detached organizations is shown in italics 
in the corresponding columns, and these allotments will always be 
made when an organization is detached. 

The letter li placed at the upper right hand of any number in the 
tables indicates " mounted on a horse"; if the letter is preceded by a 
numeral, the latter indicates the number of men of that grade who 
are so mounted. In like manner, the letter ra indicates " mounted 
on a mule." 

These tables will be used as a basis for the equipment manuals of 
the several arms, and the latter will be made to conform thereto. 

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR: 

H. L. SCOTT, 

Major General, Gliief of Staff . 
OFFICIAL : 

H. P. MCCAIN, 

Tlie Adjutant General. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Table No. Page. 

Headquarters of a brigade, Infantry, Cavalry, or Field Artillery 1 3 

Infantry brigade: 

Maximum strength 2 4 

Minimum strength 3 6 

Cavalry brigade : 

Maximum strength. 4 8 

Minimum strength 5 10 

Field Artillery brigade: 
Divisional 

Maximum strength 6 12 

Minimum strength 7 14 

Corps, horse-drawn 

Maximum strength 8 16 

Minimum strength 9 18 

Corps, motor 

Maximum strength 10 20 

Minimum strength 11 22 

Regiment of Field Artillery: 
Horse 

Maximum strength . . 12 24 

Minimum strength 13 26 

Mountain- 
Maximum strength 14 28 

Minimum strength 15 30 

Regiment of Engineers: 

Maximum strength 16 32 

Minimum strength 17 33 

Battalion of Mounted Engineers: 

Maximum strength 18 34 

Minimum strength 19 35 

Field Signal battalion, maximum and minimum strength 20 36 

Aero squadron, maximum and minimum strength 21 37 

Headquarters of a division, Infantry or Cavalry 22 38 

Infantry division, maximum strength 23 39 

Trains, maximum strength 24 40 

Infantry division, minimum strength 25 41 

Trains, minimum strength 26 42 

Trains Infantry division: 

Headquarters and military police 

Maximum-strength 27 43 

Minimum strength 28 44 

Ammunition Wagon 

Maximum strength 29 45 

Minimum strength 30 47 

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VI CONTENTS. 

Trains Infantry division Continued. Table No. rage. 

, Ammunition Motor, maximum and minimum strength 31 49 

Supply Wagon 

v Maximum strength 32 51 

Minimum strength 33 52 

Supply Motor, maximum and minimum strength 34 53 

Engineer, maximum and minimum strength 35 51 

Sanitary 

Maximum 38 55 

Minimum 37 56 

Cavalry division, maximum strength 38 57 

Trains, maximum strength 39 58 

Cavalry division, minimum strength 40 59 

Trains, minimum strength 41 60 

Trains Cavalry division: 

Headquarters and military police 

Maximum strength. 42 61 

Minimum strength 43 62 

Ammunition Wagon 

Maximum strength 44 63 

Minimum strength 45 64 

Aminunition-^-Motor, maximum and minimum strength 46 65 

Supply W T agon, pack 

Maximum strength 47 66 

Minimum strength 48 67 

Supply Motor, maximum and minimum strength 49 68 

Engineer, maximum and minimum strength 50 69 

Sanitary- 
Maximum strength 51 70 

Minimum strength 52 71 

Medical Department personnel attached to mobile organizations 53 72 

Bauds... 54 73 



TABLE 1. Headquarters of a brigade. 
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Total enlisted 


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Mules, draft 

Total mules.. 


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TABLE 16. Regiment of engineers. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


V ' 

Units. 


Company in battalion. 


Battalion. 


Regiment. 


Remarks. 


I 


3 companies. 


i 

o 

H 


I 

1 
& 


3 

1 

0* 


? 


Medical Department 
and Chaplain. 


Aggregate. 


Colonel 










i: 




1 




1 
1 
2 

11 
12 
6 
3 
1 


2 wagons of small- 
arms ammunition 
per battalion march 
ordinarily with the 
divisional engineer 
train. 

b Assigned to com- 
panies and battal- 
ions from head- 
quarters detach- 
ment and accom- 
pany them when de- 
tached. Totaled in 
headquarters of the 
regiment. Combat 
wagons are fur- 
nished by the Engi- 
neer Department 
and are permanent- 
ly assigned to com- 
panies and battal- 
ions. 


Lieutenant colonel 








""2" 
8 
12 

6 


1 

11 
12 
6 


V 


Major 




l'> 




1 


Captain 


lh 


3 

6 

q 


4 
6 
3 


3 h 


First Lieutenant 


Second Lieutenant 
Medical Department . . . 


lh 








Chaplain 




1 










Total commis- 
sioned 


i 










4 


2 


12 


14 


5 


28 


33 


4 


37 

4 
12 
1 
2 

2 
6 
18 
1 
2 
6 
6 
6 
50 
108 
6 
6 
27 
19 
12 
186 
558 
23 


Master engineer, senior 
grade 






4 




Master engineer, junior 
grade 




6 h 




6 




12 


12 




Regimental sergeant 
major 










lh 




Regimental supply ser- ' 
geant 










2 h 




2 




Battalion sergeant 
major. . 




l h 




1 




2 
6 

18 


2 
6 
18 
1 





First sergeant 


1 




3 
9 


3 
9 




Sergeant, first class 
Sergeant bugler 


3 ih 









lh 




Color sergeant 










2 




2 




Supply sergeant 


1 




3 
3 
3 
24 
54 
3 
3 

9 

6 
93 
279 


3 
3 
3 

24 
54 
3 
3 




6 
6 
6 
48 
108 
6 
6 


6 
6 
6 
50 
108 
6 
6 
27 
19 
12 
186 
558 




Mess sergeant 


1 






Stable sergeant. . . 


l h 




"V 




Sergeant 








Corporal 


lh 




Horseshoer 




Saddler . . 


1 








Wagoner 


M 

3' h 


b 7 


27 


Cook 


9 
6 
93 
279 


1 


18 
12 
186 
558 


Bugler 








Private, first class. . . . 
Private 


^ 








Medical department.. 






23'oh 


Total enlisted 
Aggregate 
















164 


7 


492 


499 
513 


40 
45 


998 


1,038 


23 
27 


1,061 


168 


9 


504 


1,026 


1,071 


1 , 09S 


Combat train a 




M 


b'l 


b<? 


ii 


16 
8 
3 





16 

8 




16 
8 
3 


Field train, ration.. 


Field train, baggage 
Total wagons 






3 




















27 




27 




27 


Horses, riding.. 


- -- 

40 


10 

" ..--= 


120 



24 


130 
24 


17 


260 


277^ 


15 


292 




Mules, pack... 


8 


48 


48 
112 


1 


49 
112 


Mules, draft 




*>28 


Total mules 


8 




24 


24 


112 


48 

948 
330 


160 


1 


161 


Rifles... 


158 
52 
112 


...... 


474 
156 


474 
165 
361 
445 


30 

18 


978 
348 


978 
348 
816 
1,008 
1,140 


Pistols... . 


Net length, yards 


+ Combat train... 


135 












+ Field train 


160 




517 











TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



33 



T A B L E 17. Regimen t of engineers . 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Units. 


B 

i 

u 


Battalion. 


Regiment. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


3 companies. 


1 


Headquarters. 


1 


1 


Medical Department 
and Chaplain. 


1 


Colonel 










l h 






1 
1 

2 
11 
12 
6 
3 
1 


1 

*2 wagons of small- 
arms ammunition 
per battalion march 
ordinarily with the 
divisional engineer 
train. 

b Assigned to compa- 
nies and battalions 
from headquarters 
detachment and ac- 
company them 
when detached. To- 
taled in head- 
quarters of the regi- 
ment. Combat wag- 
ons are furnished 
by the Engineer De- 
partment and are 
permanently as- 
signed to companies 
and battalions. 


Lieutenant colonel 
Major 














1 






l h 




1 




2 
8 
12 
6 


2 
11 

12 
6 


lh 


Captain 


2 h 




3 
6 
3 


4 
6 
3 


3h 


First Lieutenant 


Second Lieutenant 
Medical Department. . . 


lh 










Chaplain 
















Total commissioned 

Master engineer, senior 
grade 










~~T 






4 


2 


12 


14 


28 


33 
2 


4 | 37 








?h 






2 


Master engineer, junior 
grade 




3 h 




3 




6 


6 

2 

2 
6 
18 
1 
2 




6 
1 

2 

2 
6 
18 
1 
2 
6 
6 
6 
36 
72 
6 
6 
27 
13 
12 
114 
354 
15 


Regimental sergeant 
major 










2 h 




Regimental supply 
sergeant 










Battalion sergeant 
major 




1h 




1 




2 
6 
18 


First sergeant 


1 




3 
9 


3 
9 







Sergeant, first class 
Sergeant bugler . . . 






"'ih' 
2 




Color sergeant 










Supply sergeant.. 


1 
I 




3 
3 
3 
18 
36 
3 
3 

6 
6 
57 
177 


3 
3 
3 
18 
36 
3 
3 




6 
6 
6 
36 
72 
6 
6 


6 
6 
6 
36 

72 
6 
6 

27 




Mess sergeant ... 








Stable sergeant . 


l h 









Sergeant 


6 lh 






Corporal 








Horseshoer . . 


l h 









Saddler 










}1 4 


b7 


27 




Cook 


6 
6 
57 
177 


1 


12 
12 
114 
354 


13 
12 
114 
354 





Bugler 


21 h 




Private, first class 
Private 

Medical Department 


591 oh 














15iih 


Total enlisted.... 
Aggregate 
















109 


4 


327 


331 


36 


662 


698 
731 


15 
19 


713 


113 


6 


339 


345 

b/ 


41 

16 

8 


690 


750 

16 
8 
3 




11 




16 




Field train ration 




8 
3 




Field train, baggage 




















27 




27 




27 
210 








sT 

24~ 


24~ 


13 








28 


7 


182 


195 


15 


Mules, pack 


8 


MT 


itT 


48 


48 
112 


..!... 


49 
112 


Mules draft . 


Total mules 
Rifles 


8 




24 


24 


112 


48 


160 


i 


161 

646 
259 
750 
942 
1,074 


103 
39 
110 
134 


-6- 


309 
117 


309 
123 
350 


28 
13 


618 
246 


646 
259 





Pistols 


Net length, yards 
4- Combat train 






434 










-f Field train 


158 







506 












34 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917, 



TABLE 18. Battalion of mounted engineers . 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 






2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Units. 


Company in battalion. 


Battalion. 


Remarks. 


g 
& 

1 

W 


3 companies. 


I 


1 

-o 
1 
I 


-2 

< 


Major 




1 

2 
1 




1 




l 

5 
7 
3 
2 


a 2 wagons of small-arms ammuni- 
tion per battalion march ordi- 
narily with the divisional en- 
gineer train. 

b Assigned to companies and bat- 
talions from headquarters de- 
tachment and accompany them 
when detached. Totaled in 
headquarters of the regiment. 
Combat wagons are furnished by 
the Engineer Department and are 
permanently assigned to com- 
panies and battalions. 




1 
2 
1 


3 
6 
3 


5 

7 
3 








Second Lieutenant 




Medical department 






2 


, Total commissioned 
Master engineer, senior grade . . 










4 


4 
2 


12 


16 
2 


2 


18 




2 

6 
1 
1 
3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
20 
34 
6 
3 
12 
6 
6 
60 
183 
11 


Master engineer, junior grade. 
Battalion sergeant major 




6 




6 










1 




Battalion supply sergeant. 




j 




1 




First sergeant^ 


1 




3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
18 
33 
6 
3 


3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
20 
34 
6 
3 
12 





Sergeant first class 


2 




Supply sergeant 


1 




Mess sergeant 


1 




Stable sergeant 


1 




Sergeant ... 


6 
11 
2 


2 
1 


Corporal 


Horseshoer 


Saddler . . 


1 




Wagoner 


b 4 
2 


12 


Cook 


6 
6 
60 
183 


6 
6 
60 
183 


...... 


Bugler . 


Private, first class 


20 
61 




Private 


Medical department . 






Total enlisted 










111 


25 

_=__.: r 

29 


333 
345 


358 


11 


369 


Aggregate 


115 

. : , . i 

M 

b 
b 1 


374 
5 


13 


387 

5 
5 
2 


Combat train a . 


5 
5 
2 




Field train, ration 




5 




Field train, baggage 




2 




Total wagons 










12 




12 




12 


Horses, riding 


.- 

115 


rr * 

18 


345 


363 


13 


376 

37 
52 


Mules, pack 


12 




36 


36 

52 


Mules, draft . .. 


bW 


52 


Total mules 








12 


52 


36 


88 


1 
..... 


89 


Rifles 


106 
115 
140 
152 


15 
17 


318 
345 


333 
362 
460 
520 
604 


333 
363 
460 
520 
604 


Pistols 


Net length, yards 
+ Combat train 


+ Field train 













TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



35 



TABLE 19. Battalion of mounted engineers. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Units. 


1 

a 

I 

5 


Battalion. 


Remarks. 


3 

! 


8 

CO 


I 


Medical Department. 


Aggregate. 


Major 




i 

2 
1 


...... 

6 
3 


5 

7 
3 


""2" 


1 
5 
7 
3 
2 


a 2 wagons of small-arms ammuni- 
tion per battalion march ordi- 
narily with the divisional en- 
gineer train. 

b Assigned to companies and battal- 
ions from headquarters detach- 
ment and accompany them when 
detached. Totaled in head- 
quarters of the regiment. Com- 
bat wagons are furnished by the 
Engineer Department and are 
permanently assigned to com- 
panies and battalions. 


Captain 


i 

2 
1 




Second Lieutenant 




Total commissioned 
Master engineer, senior grade . 










4 


4 

T 

3 
1 
1 


12 


16 


2 


18 

1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
12 
25 
6 
3 
12 
6 
6 
36 
111 


1 

, 3 


Battalion sergeant major 




""3" 

6 
3 
3 
3 
12 
24 
6 
3 


1 
1 
3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
12 
25 
6 
3 
12 


: :: 


Battalion supply sergeant 




First sergeant 


1 


Sergeant, first class 


2 
1 






Mess sergeant 


1 
1 





Stable sergeant . . ... 


Sergeant 


4 




Corporal ... 


8 
2 
1 


1 


Horseshoer 


Saddler 


Wagoner 


M 

2 
2 
12 


12 


Cook 


6 
6 
36 
111 


6 
6 
36 
111 




Bugler 







Private first class 




Private 


37 




""7 


Medical Department 




Total enlisted 










74 

78 

b 1 
bl 


19 
23 

6~ 
5 
2 


222 
234 


241 


7 

9 

===== 


248 
266 

__ - ^ 

5 
5 
2 


Aggregate. . ... 


257 

5 
5 
2 


Combat train a 




Field train ration 




Field train, baggage 


...... 


Total wagons 




12 





12 

246 

36 
52 




12 


TTniNPs riding 




78 


12 


234 
36 


11 
1 


257 

^ 

37 
52 


Mules, pack 


12 




Mules, draft 




52 


Total mules 


16 


52 


36 


88 


1 


89 


Rifles 


69 
78 
95 


13 
11 


207 
234 


220 
245 
316 
376 


..... 


220 
246 
316 
376 
460 


Pistols 


Net length, yards 


+ Combat train 


107 






+ Field train 








460 













36 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 20. Field signal battalion. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Units. 


1 

& 


Supply section. 


Wire company. 


1 


8 
8 

t 1 


3 
8. 


Medical Depart- 
ment. 


4 

feb 
M 


Remarks. 


Major 


1 










i 




1 




Captain . . . 






1 


1 


l 


3 




3 




First lieutenant 


1 




2 


2 


4 


9 




9 




Medical Department 














1 


1 
























Total commissioned 


2 




3 


3 


5 


13 


1 


14 






- 





1~h 





l h 


3 




3 




Sergeant, first class: 


1* 










1 




1 








l h 








1 




1 










jj, 


jj, 


l h 


3 




3 


" . 


With companies 






4h 


5*> 




11 




11 




Sergeant: 


l h 










1 








Clerk 


1 










1 




1 




With companies 






76h 


98h 


54 h 


21 




21 




Corporals 








1513h 


14 


41 




41 




Horseshoer 






1 


1 


1 


3 




3 




Cook 






2 


2 


2 


6 




6 




Private, first class: 
Orderlies . . . 


4h 










4 




4 




Teamster 




5 








6 




6 




With companies 






3Q32 h 


0-33 j, 


37 5h 


111 




111 




Private 






8 h 


6 h 


12 


26 




26 




Medical Department 














6 h 


6 
























Total enlisted 


8 


6 


75 


75 


75 


239 


6 


245 




Aggregate 


10 


6 


~78 


78 


80 


252 


7 


259 




Combat train 


1 






2 


1 


9 




9 




Fi^ld train ration 




3 








3 




3 




Field train, baggage 




2 


2 






4 




4 
























Total wagons 


1 


5 


7 


2 


1 


16 




16 
























Horses, riding 


9 


1 


65 


70 


18 


163 


7 


170 




Horses, draft 






12 


4 




16 




16 
























Total horses 


9 


1 


77 


74 


18 


179 


7 


186 
























Mules , pack 








12 


4 


16 


1 


17 




Mules, draft 


4 


20 


4 


4 


4 


36 




36 
























Total mules 


4 


20 


4 


16 


8 


52 


1 


53 
























Pistols 


10 


5 


78 


78 


80 


251 




251 




Net length , yards 
















276 




+ Combat train 
















372 




+ Field train 
















450 

























TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



37 



TABLE 21. Aero squadron. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


b 


6 


7 


8 


9 


Units. 


| 

1 

0* 

1 


Supply section. 


Engineering section. 


12 aero sections. 


1 

H 


Medical department. 


Aggregate. 


Remarks. 


Major 


1 








1 




1 




Captain . .... 


1 ., 
















First I'eutenant 


} i 


2 


2 


12 


17 




17 
















j 


1 






















Total commissioned 


2 


2 


2 


12 


18 


1 


19 




Master signal electrician 







4 





4 




4 




Sergeant, first class: 
Sergeant major 


1 








1 




1 




First sergeant 


1 








1 




1 




Clerk 




2 






2 




2 




Truckmaster 




1 






1 




1 




Mechanician 






4 


12 


16 




16 




Sergeant: 
Assistant truckmaster 




1 






1 




1 




Mess . . . 




1 






1 




1 




Supply. ..... 




1 










1 




Mechanic 




1 






1 




1 




Photographer . . 


1 








1 




1 




Chauffeur 


1 








1 




1 




Mechanician .... 






5 


6 


11 




11 




Corporal .... 


4 


g 


3 


18 


33 




33 




Cook 




6 






6 




g 




Private, first class 


2 


10 


3 


24 


39 




39 




Private. 




6 




24 


30 




30 




Medical Department . . 












4 


4 






















Total enlisted 


10 


37 


19 


84 


150 


4 


154 






















Aggregate 


12 


39 


21 


96 


168 


5 


173 




Motor cars. ... 


1 








1 




1 




Motor trucks 


1 


8 


2 


12 


23 




23 




Trailers . . 




8 


4 


12 


24 




24 




Repair trucks 






2 




2 




2 




Motorcycles.. . . . . .. . 


2 


2 


2 




6 




6 




Aeroplanes 








12 


12 




12 




Rifles 


10 


37 


19 


84 


150 


4 


154 




Pistols . . 


12 


39 


21 


96 


168 


5 


173 




Machine guns . . 








12 


12 




12 























38 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 22. Headquarters of a division. 

INFANTRY OB CAVALR'f. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Units. 


Commander. 


3 
^ 


General Staff. 


Adjutant. 


Inspector. 


Judge advocate. 


Quartermaster. 


Medical Department. 


Ordnance. 


U 

1 


Headquarters troop. 


3 

"S 

* 


Remarks. 




1 h 






















i 




Colonel 






1 h 


















i 












lh 


l h 




lh 


>h 








5 




Major 






1h 


1h 




if. 


2h 


lh 


ajh 


1h 




8 


The functions of 






Oh 


l h 








2h 








lh 


6 


chief of artillery 






1 h 


















lh 


2 


and chief engi- 


Second 1 ieutonant 














3 








lh 


4 


neer on the staff 




























of the division 


Total commis- 
sioned 


1 


3 


3 


2 


1 


1 


8 


3 


1 


1 


3 


27 


commander will 
be performed by 


Field clerk 


1 


' 


~ 


1 
















3 


of the divisional 










.... 




















Sergeant major 








h9h 


blh 


blh 












4 


commander of 


Sergeant first class 














5 h 


1>> 




lh 




7 


the engineer 


First sergeant 






















l h 




troops respec- 


Mess sergeant 






















lh 


1 


tively. 


Supply sergeant 






















l h 


1 




Stable sergeant 






















lh 


1 




Sergeant 














c53h 


lh 


1 h 




ogSh 


13 


S u p p 1 v duty 


Corporal 






















8h 


8 


onlv. 


Hor^eshoer 






















2h 


2 




Mechanic 






















lh 


1 




Saddler 






















l h 


1 


b Clerks at divi- 


Cook 






















2h 


2 


sion headquar- 


Bugler 






















2h 


2 


ters. 


Private, first class 














<J5 


4h 






e 2412h 


33 




Private 
















?h 






f43Slh 


46 






























rO o/\ffTAO-fe 


Total enlisted ... 








? 


1 


1 


15 


g 


1 


1 


93 


123 


Q M C and 






























Aggregate 


2 


3 


A 


5 


2 


2 


23 


12 


2 


2 


96 


153 
































Field train, ration 














3 










3 




Field train, baggage 














2 










2 
































Total wagons 






.... 


.... 






5 










5 




Motor cars 











=== 












5 


5 


e 6 chauffeurs* 6 


Motor trucks 






















1 


1 


motorcyclists. 


Motorcycles 














2 








19 


21 




Horses riding 


2 


3 


5 


g 


3 


3 


16 


15 


3 


3 


71 


130 




Mules,draft 














20 










20 


f 31 on horses* 12 


Rifles 














5 








93 


98 


on motorcylces. 


Pistols 


2 


3 


4 


5 


2 


2 


18 




2 


2 


90 


130 




Net length in column of 
route, yards 
























200 

































TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 39 

TABLE 23. Infantry Division. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


.10 


11 


12 


Units. 


Headquarters. 


2 
1 
J3 
g 

1 
j| 

M 


1 

H 

t3'E 

s* 

ifl 


1 regiment of 

cavalry. 


1 regiment of 
engineers. 


1 field signal 
battalion. 


1 aero squadron. 


Total division. 


Aggregate division 
and trains 
wagon. 


Aggregate division 
and trains- 
motor. 


Remarks. 




?4 


471 


127 


52 


33 


13 


18 


738 


768 


778 




Medical Department 
Chaplain 


3 


36 
9 


15 
3 


6 

1 


3 
1 


1 


1 


65 
14 


125 
14 


117 
14 




Total commis- 
sioned 


27 


516 


145 


59 


37 


14 


19 


817 


907 


909 




Field clerk 


~T 


S 


1 










3 


3 


3 




Combatant 


14 


17,766 


3.816 


1,487 


1,038 


239 


150 


24,610 


26,014 


26,090 




Medical Department 


9 


297 


69 


33 


23 


6 


4 


441 


1,332 


1,332 




Total enlisted 


123 


18,063 


3,885 


1,520 


1,061 


245 


154 


25,051 


27,346 


27, 422 




Aggregate combat- 
ant 


138 


18,237 


3,943 


1,539 


1,071 


252 


168 


25,348 


26,782 


26,868 




Aggregate 


153 


i^sj^ 


4,030 


1,579 


1,098 


259 


173 


25,871 


28,256 


28,334 








99 




8 


16 


q 




132 


518 


194 




Field train ration 


3 


99 


54 


13 


8 


3 




180 


360 


180 




Field train, baggage 


2 


51 


11 


16 


3 


4 


.... 


87 


131 


119 




Total wagons 


5 


249 


65 


37 


27 


16 


.... 


399 


1,009 


493 










48 










48 


50 


50 




OrUns|g s-inch howitzer 






24 










24 


25 


25 




Motor cars 


> 












1 


6 


12 


34 






1 












?5 


26 


67 


627 






21 


18 


Q 








fi 


51 


64 


106 




cars. 
Aeroplanes 














12 


12 


12 


12 




Ambulances 


















48 


48 




Oiher carriages 






282 








24 


306 


323 






Horses, riding 
Horses, draft 


130 


687" 


1,233 
2,160 


1,541 


292 


170 
1ft 


.... 


4,053 
2,176 


4,616 
2,230 


4,525 
2,188 




Total horses 


130 


687 


3,393 


1,541 


292 


186 





6,229 


6,846 


6,713 




Mules, riding 


^ 


64 


12 


6 








72 


224 


72 


i Miles. 


Mules, pack 




225 


6 


29 


49 


17 




326 


337 


337 




Mules, draft 


20 


1,032 


272 


152 


112 


36 




1,624 


4,314 


2,178 




Total mules 


20 


1,311 


290 


187 


161 


53 




2,022 


4,875 


2,587 








54 




Q 






12 


72 


92 


92 




Rifles 


QS 


16,419 


13 


1,340 


978 




154 


19,002 


20,283 


20,345 




Pistols 


no 


1 818 


3,936 


1,504 


348 


?f>1 


178 


8,160 


8,633 


8,651 




Net length in column of 
route, yards. J 


200 


11,200 


9,000 


2,500 


1,200 


500 


500 


/25, 100 
V14.2 


34,. 500 
120 


32,800 
119 





40 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 24. Infantry division Trains. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Units. 


Wagon. 


Motor. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


1 ammunition 
train. 


1 supply train. 


1 sanitary 
train. 


1 engineer 
train. 





o 


1 ammunition 
train. 


1 supply train. 


>> 

C3 


eg 

C3+-- 

n 


o 



C g 

s's 




, 




10 
3 

13 


12 
4 


4 

4 




4 


30 
60 


10 
3 


18 


8 




4 


40 
52 




Medical Depart- 


49 


49 


Total com- 
missioned. 












16 


8 
301 


49 


4 


90 


13 


18 


8 


49 


4 


92 


306 
13 


631 




166 


1,383 
891 


306 
13 


684 


324 




166 


1,480 
891 


Medical Depart- 
ment 

Total en- 
listed 

A g g regate 
com bat- 
ant 


878 


878 










319 


631 


301 


878 


166 


2,274 
1,413 


319 


684 


324 
332 


878 


166 


2,371 


316 


622 


305 




170 


316 


702 




170 


1,520 


Aggregate . . 


332 


626 


309 


927 


170 


2,364 


332 


702 


332 


927 


170 


2,463 




324 


62 


386 
180 

44 










62 


62 








180 












Field tram, bag- 


2 


9 
333 


3 


26 


4 


2 






26 


4 


32 


Total wag- 
ons 






2 


183 


26 


66 


610 


2 




26 


66 


94 


Guns: 
3-inch field 




2 






2 

1 
6 
41 

13 

48 
17 

563 
54 


2 








2 

1 
28 
601 

55 

48 
14 


3.8-inch how- 
itzer 




1 










1 
















4 
28 

10 

48 


2 
13 

3 


::::: 


15 

373 

41 


7 
187 

1 


4 
28 

10 

48 


2 
13 

3 


Motor truck's 








Motorcycles, with 
side cars 
















Other carriages... 




9 






8 
24 




6 






8 


Horses, riding 


332 


68~ 
54 


23 


116 


332 






116 


24 


472 






Total horses 
Mules, riding 






















332 


122 


23 


116 


24 


617 


332 






116 


24 


472 


== 






102 


50 






152 
11 

2,690 








Mules pack 


3 


8 
208 


" "338' 


3 
8 

11 






8 
208 


" "338" 


11 

554 


Mules, draft 
Total mules 
Machine guns 


8 


1,380 
1,482 


756 






11 


806 


216 


338 


2,853 




216 


338 


565 


20 








20 
1,281 
473 

ftS 


^?r^ 


20 
1,343 
491 

17,700 
|i'4.4 


Rifles 1 


298 
316 

400 


549 
98 

4,100 


281 
26 

2,200 


1,200 


153 
33 

1,500 


298 
316 

}400 


595 
107 

3,000 


297 
35 

1,600 


1,200 


153 
33 

1,500 


Pis'ols 


Net length in col- 
umn of route, 
yards. . . 





Miles. 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES' ARMY, 1017. 



41 



TABLE 25. Infantry division. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Units. 


Headquarters. 


I 
b, 

SH 

CO 


I 

5 

>, 

1 
a 

2 

2 


>> 

1 

8 

-4J 


1 regiment of engineers. 


1 field signal battalion. 


1 aero squadron. 


Total division. 


Aggregate division and 
trains wagon. 


Aggregate division and 
trains motor. 


Remarks. 




O/f 


471 


127 


52 


33 


13 


18 


738 


767 


778 




Medical Department 


3 


36 


15 


6 


3 


1 


1 


65 


108 


101 




Chaplain 




9 


3 


1 


1 






14 


14 


14 




























Total commissioned 


27 


516 


145 


59 


37 


14 


19 


817 


889 


893 




Field clerk 


3 


3 


1 










3 


3 


3 




























Combatant 


114 


12. 105 


2,583 


1,007 


698 


TCW 


150 


16, 896 


18,001 


18,285 




Medical Department .. 


q 


189 


45 


21 


15 


6 


4 


289 


821 


821 




























Total enlisted 


193 


12,294 


2,628 


1,028 


713 


?4 t i 


154 


17 185 


18, 822 


19,106 




























Aggregate combatant 


138 


12, 576 


2,710 


1,059 


731 


252 


168 


17,634 


18,768 


19,063 




Aggregate 


15-3 


12,810 


2,773 


1,087 


750 


259 


173 


18,005 


19,714 


20,002 




Combat train 





72 





4 


16 


q 




101 


433 


163 




Field train, ration 


3 


54 


33 


13 


8 


3 




114 


234 


114 




Field train, baggage 


? 


51 


11 


16 


3 


4 




87 


126 


115 




























Total wagons 


B 


177 


44 


33 


27 


16 




302 


793 


392 




























Guns: 
3-inch field 






48 










48 


50 


50 




3.8-inch howitzer 






24 










24 


25 


25 




Motor cars. 


5 












1 


6 


10 


32 




Motor trucks 


1 












?5 


26 


61 


621 




Motorcycles, with side cars 


?1 


18 


6 








6 


51 


62 


67 




Aeroplanes 














T> 


12 


12 


12 




Ambulances 


















32 


8 




Other carriages 






174 








94 


198 


212 


212 




























Horsec, riding . 


130 


657 


942 


1,057 


210 


170 




3,166 


3,593 


3,509 




Horses, draft 






1,512 






16 




1,528 


1,582 


1,528 




Total horses 


1 9 


657 


2,454 


1,057 


210 


186 




4,694 


5, 175 


5,037 




























Mules, riding 




54 


6 


3 








63 


184 


63 




Mules, pack 




153 


6 


29 


49 


17 




254 


261 


261 




Mules, draft . 


90 


744 


188 


136 


112 


36 




1,236 


3,402 


1,742 




























Total mules 


20 


951 


200 


168 


161 


53 




1,553 


3,847 


2,066 




Machine guns 




36 




6 






^?, 


54 


74 


74 




Rifles 


98 


10,947 


13 


885 


646 




154 


12,743 


13,733 


13,986 




Pistols .. 


130 


1,629 


2,703 


1,025 


259 


?51 


173 


6,170 


6,525 


6,561 




Net length in column of route, 
yards. 


900 


8,500 


6,700 


2,200 


1,100 


500 


500 


/19,700 


27,800 


27,400 
i ifi 





























J Miles. 



42 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 26. Infantry division Trains. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


L 

Units. 


Wagon. 


Motor. 


Remarks. 


10 
3 

13 
206 
13 
219 

216 


1 ammunition 
train. 


1 supply train. 


1 sanitary train. 


.3 


I 


1 

B 


1 ammunition 
train. 


d 
_> 

CO 


1 sanitary train. 


i-l 


j 


Combatant 


11 
3 


4 
4 




4 


29 
43 


10 
3 


18 


8 


33 


4 


40 
36 




Medical depart- 


33 


Total com- 
missioned . . 

Combatant 












14 
524 


8 
209 


33 

519 


4 

166 


72 
1,105 
532 


13 

206 
13 


18 


8 


33 


4 


76 
1,380 
532 




684 


324 


519 


166 


Medical depart- 
ment 

Total enlisted. 

Aggregate 
combatant.. 

Aggregate 
Combat train 










524 

535 


209 
213 


519 


166 

170 
170 


1,637 
1,134 


219 
216 


684 


324 

332 
332 

" '-- - 


519 


166 
170 


1,912 

1,420 
1,988 
62~ 


702 
702 







232 


538 
270 


217 


552 


1,709 

332 
120 

39 


232 


552 


170 
62 


62 






Field train, ration 
Field train, bag- 






120 












2 
2 


8 


3 


22 


4 


2 






22 


4 


38 


Total wagons . 

Guns: 
3-inch field . . 




278 

2 
1 


123 


22 


66 


491 
2 

4 
35 

11 
32 
14 


2 






22 


66 


90 

2 

1 
26 

595 

56 
32 
14 




' "' 


2 


3.8-inch how- 
itzer 













1 
15 
373 

44 








Motor cars 








2 

22 

8 
32 


2 
13 

3 

""s" 


7 
187 

1 


2 
22 

8 
32 


2 
13 

3 


Motor trucks* 








Motorcycles, with 
side cars 








Ambulances 








Other carriages . . . 




6 







6 






8 


Horses, riding 
Horses, draft 


232" 


61 
54 


23~ 


sT 


24 


427 
54 


232 







87 


24 


343 






Total horses... 
Mules, riding 


232 





















115 
== 

85 


23 
36~ 


87 

- _ - 


24 

_; :- 


481 

121 

7 
2,166 


232 




87 


24 


313 




^ 




Mules, pack 


} 


4 




3 

8 




4 
160 


" "338" 


7 
506 


Mules, draft 
Total mules. . . 

Machine guns... 
Rifles... 


8 


1,152 


508 


1GO 


338 






11 

m 

216 
300 


1,237 


544 


164 


338 


2,294 

20~ 
1,000 
355 

/S,100 
U4.6 


11 

'm 

216 

}soo 




164 


338 


513 

20 
1,243 
391 

f7,700 
\14.-1 


20 
458 
80 

3,500 






20 

595 
107 

3,000 








191 
26 

1,500 


1,300 


153 
33 

1,500 


297 
35 

1,600 


1,300 


153 

33 

1,500 


Pistols... 


Net length in col- 
umn of route, 
yards 





Miles. 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 191* 



43 



TABLE 27. Trains Infantry Division Headquarters and Military Police. 

STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Units. 


Company. 


Headquarters. 


.1 
o 

<M 


I 


Medical De- 
partment. 


Aggregate. 


Remarks. 


Colonel 




a 1 




1 




1 




Major 




1 




1 




1 




Captain 


1 


1 


2 


3 




3 




First lieutenant 


I 


1 


2 


3 




3 




Second lieutenant 


I 




2 


2 




2 




Medical Department 










3 


3 




















Total oommissionpd 


3 


4 


6 


10 


3 


13 




















Regimental sergeant major 




1 




1 




1 




Battalion sergeant major 




1 




1 




1 




First sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Mess sergeant . 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Supply sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Stable sergeant .. 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Sergeant 


8 




16 


16 




16 




Corporal 


17 




34 


34 




,34 




Horseshoer 


3 




6 


6 




6 




Mechanic 


2 




4 


4 




4 




Saddler . 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Wagoner 


1 




2 


2 




2 


"Commander of 


Cook 


3 




6 


6 




6 


trains. See par. 


Bugler 


2 




4 


4 




4 


412, F. S. R. 


Private, first class 


24 




48 


48 




48 




Private 


85 


4 


170 


174 




174 




Medical Department 










13 


13 




















Total enlisted 


150 


6 


300 


306 


13 


319 




















Aggregate 


153 


10 


306 


316 


16 


332 




Field train, wagons 




. _" ~ 




2 


2~ 




2~ 




Horses, riding 


152 


12 


304 


316 


16 


332 




















Mules, pack 










3 


3 




Mules, draft.. . 






8 


8 




8 




















Total mules. 






8 


8 


3 


11 




















Hi Fes 


147 


4 


294 


298 




2Q8 




Pistols.... 


153 


10 


306 


316 





316 




Net length in column of fours, yards . 




20 


355 


375 




375 





















44 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES AEMY, 1917. 



TABLE 23. Trains Infantry division Headquarters and military police. 
MINIMUM STBENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


I 


7 


8 


Tnils. 


Company. 


Headquarters. 


2 companies. 


i 
1 


Medical De- 
partment. 


e 

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H 

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Remarks. 


CblOHCl 




a 1 




i 




1 




Major 




1 




i 




1 




Captam 


1 


1 


2 


3 




3 




First lieutenant 


1 


1 


2 


3 




3 






1 




2 


2 




2 




Medical Department 










3 


3 




















Total commissioned 


i 


4 


6 


10 


3 


13 

















1 




Battalion sergeant major 




1 




1 




1 




First sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Mess sergeant. . . 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Supply sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Stable sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Sergeant 


6 




12 


12 




12 




Corporal 


11 




22 


22 




22 




Ilorseshoer 


2 




4 


4 




4 




Mechanic 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Saddler . . 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Wagoner 


1 




2 


2 




2 


a Commander o f 


cool.. ::.": 


2 




4 


4 




4 


trains. Sec par. 


Bugler 


2 




4 


4 




4 


412, F. S. R. 


Private, first class 


15 




30 


30 




30 




Private 


55 


4 


110 


114 




114 




Medical Department.... 










13 


13 




















Total enlisted 


100 


6 


200 


206 


13 


219 




















Aggregate 


103 


10 


206 


216 


16 


232 




















Field train, wagons.. . 






2 


2 




2 




Horses, riding 


102 


12 


204 


216 


16 


232 




















Mules, pack 










3 


3 




Mules, draft....... 






8 


g 




g 




















Total mules 






8 


8 


3 


11 




Rifles 


97 


4 


194 


18 




198 




Pistols 


103 


10 


206 


216 





^16 




Net length in column of fours, yards 


132 


20 


265 


285 




285 





















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51 



TABLE 32. Trains Infantry Division Supply Wagon. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


8 


4 


5 


6 


' 


8 


9 


Units. 


j 


Company. 


Supply train. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


CO 


I 


Headquarters. 


<M 





Major 










1 




1 
3 
4 


Or the equiva- 
lent in pack 
trams when the 
division is opera- 
ating in areas 
where pack 
transportation is 
necessary. 


Captain 




1 h 




1 


1* 

4'' 


2 


Medical Department (veterinarians) . 








Total commissioned 
















1 




1 


6 


2 


8 

_ 

2 

4 
2 
2 

6 
2 
12 
6 
6 
2 
12 
6 

8 
195 
36 


Quartermaster sergeant, Quartermaster 
Corps 






= 






?h 




Sergeant, first class, Quartermaster 
Corps: 
Clerk ... 




1 h 




1 
1 


2h 

"<>7i~ 


2 
2 






1m 




Trainmaster 








Sergeant: 


1m 




3 


3 
1 
6 
3 
3 
1 
6 
3 

1 

97 
18 


6* 

1 


6 
2 
12 
6 
6 
2 
12 
6 

2 
194 
36 


Mess 




1m 


Horseshoer 


2m 
1m 




6 
3 
3 


Farrier 


Saddler 


l m 




Mechanic 




1m 




2m 


3 


6 


Cook ' 


Private, first class: 
Orderly 




1* 




Teamster .... 


32 

6 


1 


96 
18 




Total enlisted 






45 


9 
10 

_. 

.... 


135 i 144 


13 


288 


301 




45 


135 


145 

j ._T-^~ 

90 
1 


19 


290 


309 

180 
3 


Wagons cargo 


30 


90 


i 


180 
2 


Wagons^ fieid 




30 


1 


90 


91 


i 


182 


183 


Horses, riding 




8 




3 

24~ 
376 


17 


6 

- ' ' - 

48 
752 


23 


Mules riding 


124 


3 
4 


21 
372 


2 

4 


50 
756 


Mules draft 


Total mules 


131 


7 


393 


400 


6 


800 


806 




82,950 
45 






248,850 
140 
4 
1,092 




497, 700 
281 
26 
2,196 


Rifles 


5 
4 


135 


1 

18 


280 
8 


Pistols 


Net road length yards 


360 










52 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 

TABLE 33. Trains Infantry division Supply Wagon. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 














8 


9 














Units. 


j 


Company. 


Supply train. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 





1 


Headquarters. 


2 companies. 


1 


Major 










1 




1 
3 
4 


Or the equivalent 
in pack trains 
when the diA-i- 
sion is operating 
in areas where 
pack transporta- 
tion is necessary. 


Captain 





Ik 





1 


lh 
4h 


2 


Medical Department (veterinarian) 
Total commissioned 
















1 




1 


6 
flfc 


2 8 


Quartermaster sergeant, Quartermaster 
Corps 


= 










2 

4 

2 

2 

4 

2 

8 

4 
2 
8 
4 

8 
131 
24 


Sergeant, first class, Quartermaster 
Corps: 
Clerk 




lh 
jm 





1 

1 


2h 
">," 


2 
2 


Wagonmaster 




Trainmaster 






Sergeant: 
Assistant wagonmaster 


l m 




2 


2 
1 

4 
2 
2 
1 
4 
2 

1 
65 
12 


6h 

1 


4 
2 
8 
4 
4 
2 
8 
4 

2 
130 
24 


Mess 




l m 


"FTnrsftshoflr- 


2-n 
l m 




4 

2. 
2 


Farrier 


Saddler 


l m 




Mechanic 




1m 


Corporal, assistant wagonmaster 


2m 


? 


4 




Private, first class: 
Orderly 




1* 




Teamster 


32 
6 


1 


64 
12 


Private, laborer 


Total enlisted 


45 


8 


90 


98 


13 


196 i 209 


Aggregate 


45 

= 
30 


9 



.... 


90 

" - 

60 


99 
60~ 


19 

T_:^r 

.... 


198 

120 
2 


217 


Wagons cargo . . 


120 
3 


Wagons, field 


Total wagons 








30 

1 " - "- 


1 


60 


61 

3~ 

= 
17 
252 


" .:, ..: 

17 


122 
6~ 


123 
23~ 

36~ 

508 


Horses, riding 


s 




Mules, riding 


" "": '~ ~ 

124 


_ 

3 
4 

7 


14 

248 


2 
4 


34 
504 


Mules, draft 


Total mules 


131 


262 


269 , 6 


538 


544 


Net cargo capacity, pounds 
Rifles 


82,950 
45 


5 

4 


"90" 


165,900 ;.... 
95 , 1 
4 18 

732 


'i<J6" 

8 


331,800 
'191 
26 
1,476 


Pistols 


Net road length, yards 


360 

















TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



53 



TABLE 34. Trains Infantry Division Supply Motor. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Units. 


Truck 
company. 


Head- 
quar- 
ters. 


6 motor- 
truck 
compan- 
ies. 


Total. 


Remarks. 


Major 




1 




j 




Lieutenant 


1 


1 


6 


7 
















Total commissioned 


1 


2 


6 


8 




Quartermaster sergeant, Quartermaster 
Corps 




2 




2 


* 1 chauffeur in each 
company to be as- 
signed as messenger. 


Sergeant, first class: 
Clerk 




1 




1 




Truckmaster 


1 




6 


6 




Sergeant: 
Clerk 


1 




6 


6 


All division trains, in 


Assistant truckmaster 


3 




18 


18 


whole or in part, may 


Mess ' 


1 




6 


6 


be assigned to the 




1 




6 


6 


line of communica- 


Cook 


2 




12 


12 


tions if conditions 


Private, first class: 
* Chauffeur . 


33 


2 


198 


200 


warrant. 


Assistant mechanic 


2 




12 


12 




Private assistant chauffeur 


9 


1 


54 


55 
















Total enlisted 


53 


6 


318 


324 


Under ordinary condi- 


Aggregate 


54 


8 


324 


332 


will be sufficient. 




27 




162 


162 




Trucks tank 


2 




12 


12 




Trucks, mess, records, spare parts, etc ... 
Trucks, repair, light 


1 
1 


1 


6 
6 


7 
6 


Truckmasters to use a 


Motorcars 


1 


1 


6 


7 


light repair truck. 






1 




1 




Net cargo capacity pounds 


81,000 




486,000 


486,000 




Eifles 




3 


'294 


297 




Pistols 




5 


30 


35 






256 






1,539 


For space multiply by 















54 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 35. Trains Infantry Division Engineer. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Units. 


Head- 
quar- 
ters and 
supply 
section. 


Search- 
light 
section. 


Pon- 
ton 

section. 


Total. 


Remarks. 


Captain 


l h 






1 




First lieutenant 




l h 


lh 


2 




Second lieutenant 




1^ 




1 
















Total commissioned 


1 


2 


1 


4 
















Master engineer, senior grade . ... 




2h 




2 


divisions, each capable of 


Master engineer junior grade 




4h 




4 


making 225 feet of normal 


First sergeant 


l h 






1 




Sergeant, first class 




2 




2 


ing up to 6.000 pounds, or 


Battalion supply sergeant 


l h 






1 


150 feet c f bridge with close 


Supply sergeant 




lh 


1 


2 


intervals for vehicles up to 


Stable ssrgeant 




1 


1 


2 


12,000 pounds. 


Sergeant 




4 


2h 


6 




Corporal 


2 h 


4 


4h 


10 




Horseshoer 


1 


1 


3 


5 




Saddler . . . 






1 


1 


b 10 wagons carrying tools 1 


Wagoner 


33 


20 


37 


90 




Cook 


1 


1 


1 


3 


and' Cavalry regiment and 


Bugler 


lh 


lh 


l h 


3 


4 wagons "carrying small 


Private, first class 


12 


g 




20 




Private 




14 




14 


gineer regiment 














Total enlisted 


52 


63 


51 


166 


* Number based on the fol= 


Aggregate 


53 


65 


52 


_= 
170 


lowing equipment: 6 power 
units 6 searchlight units 














Combat train, wagons 


b 14 


clg 


30 


62 


and 3 trench-light wagons 


Field trftifi, wagons 


1 


1 


2 


4 




Technical supply train, wagons. . . . 


4 




4 


g 


all 4-mule wagons Num- 


Motor trucks ..... ' 


12 


1 




13 




Motor cars 


2 






2 




Motor cycles, with side cars 




3 




3 




Horses, riding 


$ 


10 


g 


24 




Mules, draft . . . 


80 


76 


190 


346 




Rifles... 


49 


54 


50 


153 




Pistols 


Q 


17 


10 


33 




Net length, yards 








1,500 

















TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 
TABLE 36. Trains Infantry Division Sanitary. 



55 



MAXIMUM STEENQTH. 



1 


2 


8 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


Units. 


Motor-dnven ambu- 
lance company. 


Animal-drawn am- 
bulance company. 


Ambulance 
companies. 


Motor-dr iven 
field hospital. 


d 
s 

23 

3 
P 

# 


Field hospitals. 


Pi 
* 


Aggregate. 


Remarks. 


Headquar- 
ters. 


2 mo tor- 
driven. 


2 animal- 
drawn. 


I 


L 

03-2 



W 


2 mo tor- 
driven. 


2 animal- 
drawn. 


1 


Major 






1 






1 
21 
1 


1 
5 


1 

5 


1 
1 


2 
10 


2 

10 


5 
21 




6 
42 
1 


An officer of 
the Quarter- 
master Corps 
as supply offi- 
cer. 


Captain 


\5 


5 


i 
1 


10 


10 


First lieutenant 


Veterinarian 


Total commis- 
sioned 


5 


5 


3 


10 


10 


23 


6 


6 


2 
.... 


12 


12 

6 
12 


26 

~12~ 
25 




49 

20 
74 
24 
4 
4 
4 
8 
20 

720 


Sergeant, first class 
Sergeant 


2 
11 

6 


2 

11 
6 
1 


.... 


4 
22 
12 


4 
22 
12 
2 
2 
2 
2 
6 

248 


8 
45 
24 
2 
2 
2 
4 
12 

445 


3 

6 


3 

6 


6 
12 


"4" 




Horseshoer 


.... 


1 

1 







2 
2 
2 
2 

4 

130 


2 
2 
2 
4 
8 

271 


4 


Saddler 




1 






Farrier 




1 






.... 

2 

68 


1 
1 
2 

65 


5 


"*2" 

4 

136 




1 
3 
}96 


1 
3 

124 


5 


2 
8 

192 

238 


Cook 


Private first class 


Private 


Total enlisted 


119 


1.50 
155 


6 


300 


544 


80 


80 
~86~ 


6 
~8~ 


160 

172~ 


160 
172~ 


326 


8 


878 
~927~ 

24~ 
28 
4 
10 
24 
26 
116 

8~ 
208 


Aggregate 


124 





248 


310 


567 


86 


352 


8 


Motor ambulances 


T> 




94 


?4 










^ 






fi 




6 
? 


11 






?? 




?? 




Motor cars 






9 








?, 






?, 




Motorcycles 


^ 






ft 




6 
24 
8 
64 


2 






4 




4 








1 






24 
8 
56 

~8~ 
132 














Wagons 




4 








7 






14 

44 


14 
52 


4 


Horses, riding 




28 
4 


8 


= 





22 


8 


= 




= 


~8~ 
132 





1 


Mulesi draft 




66 








30 








60 


60 


16 


Total mules 




70 






140 
400~ 


140 




30 






60 
220" 


60 


16 


216 


Net length vards 







30 


250 


680 






30 


180 


430 


50 


1,160 













56 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917., 



TABLE 37. Trains Infantry Division Sanitary. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 












8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 












Units. 


Motor-driven ambu- 1 
lance company. 


Animal-drawn am- 1 
bulance company. 


Ambulance 
companies. 


Motor-driven 

field hospital. 


Animal-drawn 
field hospital. 


Field hospitals. 


4 camp infirmaries. 


3 


Remarks. 


Headquar- 
ters. 


2 mo tor- 
driven. 


2 animal- 
drawn. 


1 


Headquar- 
ters. 


2 motor- 
driven. 


|| 

Cv) 


t 


Major... 






1 






1 
13 
1 


1 
3 


1 
3 


1 


2 
6 


2 
6 


5 
13 


.... 


6 
26 
1 


An officer of 
the Quar- 
t e r m aster 
Corps as sup- 
ply officer. 


Captain 


\ 3 


3 


1 


6 


6 


Lieutenant .* 




Total commis- 
sioned 




























3 

^ 

1 
6 

4 


3 

. 

1 
6 
4 
1 


3 

. .--._ 

.... 


6 

"IT 

12 

8 


6 

'- 

2 
12 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 

114 


15 

.M_ - 1- 

4 
25 
16 
2 
2 
2 
4 
8 

222 


4 

- 

2 

4 


4 
4 


2 



.... 


8 

8 


8 

4 

8 


18 

"T 

17 


= 


33 

46 
16 
4 
4 
4 
8 
16 

409 


Sergeant, first class 


Sergeant . ... 


Corporal 


Horseshoer 




"j 






2 
2 
2 
2 

4 

88 


2 
2 
2 

4 

8 

183 


4 


Saddler.. . . . 




1 








1 






Farrier 












< 






Mechanic... 


1 
2 


1 
2 

57 


4 


2 
4 

104 


1 
2 

46 


1 
2 

44 


3 


2 

4 

92 


Cook 


Private, first class . . . 


Private 


Total enlisted 
Aggregate 


66 


74 


5 


132 


148 


285 


55 

--- 

59 

--' -' 


56 
~60~ 

=^= 


4 

- - 

6 




110 
118~ 

-'-'-- 


112 
120* 


226 


8 

-- 

8 


519 

552 
== 
16 
22 
2 
8 
16 
22 
87 

4 
160 


69 

3 


77 


8 


138 


154 


300 


244 


Motor ambulances 






16 




16 


Motor trucks 








4 




4 
1 


9 






18 




18 




Motorcars 






1 








1 






1 




Motorcycles 


2 






4 




4 
16 
4 


2 






4 




4 




Ambulances 




s 






16 
4 














Wagons 




9 








7 






14 

38 


14 

44 


4 


Horses, riding 






7 




36 


43 





19 

- - .- 


6 

-- 


^ .- 


Mules, pack 


= 


9 


== 


=r= 


4 


4 


Mules, draft 




4? 






84 


84 




30 






60 


60 


16 


Total mules 




















44 






88 
240" 


88 
65<F 




30 






60 
168~ 


60 
540~ 


16 

~48~ 


164 
1,250 


Net length, yards 


= 




= 


400" 


1 - - 


1 ' 


" ?- ", 


-- 
360 















TABLES OF ORGANIZATION', UNITED STATES AEMY, 1917. 57 



TABLE 38. Cavalry Division. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 




Units. 


Headquarters. 


3 cavalry bmgades. 


a 

3g 

"Sji 

II 
afi 

& 


1 battalion of mount- 
ed engineers. 


1 field signal bat- 
talion, mounted. 


i 




Total division. 


Aggregate division 
and trains, wagon. 


Aggl'egate division 
and trains, motor. 


Remarks. 


Combatant 


24 


480 


44 


16 


13 


18 


595 


615 


622 




Medical department.. 


3 


54 


6 


' 2 


1 


1 


67 


114 


108 




Chaplain 




9 


1 








10 


10 


10 




Total commissioned. . . 


27 


543 


51 


18 


14 


19 


672 


739 


740 




Field clerk 


3 


3 










6 


6 


6 


























Combatant 


114 


13,428 


1,290 


358 


239 


150 


15,579 


16, 375 


16 386 




Medical department 


9 


297 


' 33 


11 


6 


4 


360 


1,050 


1,050 


























Total enlisted 


123 


13,725 


1,323 


369 


245 


154 


15,939 


17,425 


17,436 




Aggregate combatant . 


138 


13,908 


1,334 


374 


252 


168 


16,174 


16,990^ 


17,008 




Aggregate 


150 


14,268 


1,374 


387 


259 


173 


16,611 


18, 164 


18,176 




Combat train. 




1 - ! ' ' 

72 


i ! 


5 


9 




86 


274^ 


_r....r-'-T - 

139 




Field train ration 


3 


117 


21 


5 


3 




149 


247 


149 




Field train, baggage 


2 


150 


4 


2 


4 




162 


187 


187 


























Totel wagons 


5 


339 


25 


12 


16 




397 


708 


475 




Guns, 3-inch field 





' ' 


"-^ T '- 

24 


'. '. ' 








24 


25 


25 




Motor fiiVTS 


5 










1 


6 


10 


23 




Motor trucks ' 


1 










25 


26 


40 


322 




Trailers 












24 


24 


24 


24 




Motorcycles with side cars 


21 










g 


27 


32 


53 




Aeroplanes 












12 


12 


12 


12 




Ambulances 
















36 


36 




Other carriages 






95 








95 


97 


97 


























Horses, riding 


130 


13,905 


954 


376 


170 




15,535 


15, 964 


15,909 




Horsps, draft" 






726 




16 




742 


760 


742 


























Total horses 


130 


13 905 


1 680 


376 


186 




16, 277 


16,724 


16, 651 


























Mules, riding 




54 


4 








58 


211 


58 




Mules, pack... 




261 


2 


37 


17 




317 


628 


328 




Mules, draft... 


20 


1,392 


104 


52 


36 




1,604 


2,992 


2,036 


























Total mules 


20 


1,707 


110 


89 


53 





1,979 


3,831 


2,422 




Machine giirj.s 




54 








12 


66 


84 


84 




Rifles 


98 


12,099 




333 




150 


12,680 


13,337 


13,430 




Pistols 


130 


13 554 


1,336 


363 


251 


168 


15,802 


16, 191 


16, 121 




Net length in column of 
route, yards ' 


200 


23,352 


3,650 


604 


450 


418 


28,674 


/34,017 


33,005 




















\ * 19. 3 


1 18.7 





Miles. 



58 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 39. Cavalry Division Trains. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Units. 


Headquarters. 


1 ammunition train. 


Wagon. 


Motor. 


Remarks. 


1 supply train. 


a 

I 
1 


I 


1 


1 

1 

0* 

I 


1 ammunition train. 


1 supply train. 


1 sanitary train. 


1 

H 


j 


Combatant 


10 
3 


5 
2 


3 
4 


"38" 


2 


20 

47 


10 
3 


9 


6 


"38" 


2 


27 
41 




Medical Department 


Total commissioned. . . . 






13 


7 


7 


38 


2 


67 


13 


9 


6 


38 


2 


68 


216 


256 


241 


677" 


83 


796 
690 


216 
13 


290 


218 1... 

677 


83 


807 
690 


Medical Department 


Total enlisted 


227 














256 


241 


677 


83 


1,486 


229 
226~ 


290 
299 


218 
224 


677 


83 


1,497 


Aggregate combatant . . 
Aggregate 


226 


261 


244 


.... 


85 


816 




85 


834 


242 


263 


248 


715 


85 


1,553 


242 


299 


224 


715 


85 


1,565 
53~ 


Combat train 




135 




53 


188 
98 
25 










53 


Field train, ration 


2 


4 


92 












Field train, baggage . . 


21 


4 








21 


4 


25 


Total wagons 














2 


139 


92 


21 


57 


311 








21 


57 


78 

1 

.17 
296 
26 
36 
2 


Guns, 3-inch field 










1 








1 




1 








Motor cars 








4 




4 
14 
5 
36 
2 

429 

18 


1 
1 


156 
20 


5 
125 


4 
14 
5 




Motor trucks 








14 




Motorcycles, with side cars . . 












Ambulances ' 








36 




Other carriages 




2 










2 








Horses, riding 
Horses, draft 


242 


== 
29 
18 


26~ 


z=^rr 


16 


242 






116 


16 


374 






Total horses 














242 


47 


26 


116 


16 


447 


242 




116 


16 


374 


Mules, riding.... 


43 


110 

300 
380 






153 
311 

1,388 










Mules, pack 


2 


8 
204 


228' 


3 




8 
204 


228" 


11 

432 


Mules, draft 


8 


568 


Total mules 


11 


611 


790 


212 


228 


1,852 


3 






212 


228 


443 

IT 
750 
319 
4,331 
12.1 


Machine guns. . . 








18 








18 
657 

389 
5,3431 


18 








Rifles... 


212 
226 
320 


225 
38 
1,702 


141 

106 

1,704 


933 


79 
19 


212 
226 
320 


250 
49 

1,341 


199 
25 
1,043 


933 


79 
19 

m{ 


Pistols 


Net length in column of\ 
route, yards. / 



i Miles. 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



59 



TABLE 40. Cavalry Division. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Units. 


| 


1 
ec 


1 regiment of field 
artillery, horse. 


1 battalion of 

mounted engineers. 


|| 


1 

o 1 

W 
iH 


Total division. 


Is 

-3 

05 pj 


Aggregate division 
and trains, motor. 


Remarks. 


Combatant . 


24 
3 


480 

54 
9 


44 
6 
1 


16 
2 


13 
1 


18 
1 


595 
67 
10 


614 
102 
10 


622 
96 
10 




Medical Department 


Chaplain *" . 


Total commissioned. . . 
Field clerk 










27 


543 


51 


18 


14 

" ' 


19 

===== 


672 

, 

6 


726 
6~ 


728 


3 3 


6 




Combatant 


9 


9,105 
189 


874 
21 


241 

7 


239 
6 


150 

4 


10,723 
236 


11,351 
645 


11,460 
645 


Medical Department . 


Total enlisted 


123 


9,294 
9,585 
9,837 

- - .'. TA r -, 

36 
117 
150 


895 
918 
946 

- -' 


248 
257 


245 

-g - 

252 

===== 
259 



9 


154 
168 
173 

._ _ 


10, 959 


11,996 
11,965 


12, 105 


Aggregate combatant. . 

Aggregate 


138 
150 


11,318 
11,631 


12,085 
12,833 


266 
5~ 


12,722 


Combat train 


50 
142 
162 


211 

209 

187 


103 
142 
187 


Field train ration . 


3 
2 


14 

4 


5 
2 


3 

4 




Field train, baggage 




Total wagon 




5 


303 


18 


12 


16 





354 


607 


432 


Guns, 3-inch field 






24 








24 
6 
26 
24 
44 
12 


25 
8 
37 
24 
48 
12 
24 
61 


25 
21 
319 
24 
69 
12 
24 
61 

11,027 
526 




5 










1 

25 
24 
6 
12 


Motor trucks . 


1 










Trailers 












Motorcycles, with side cars. . 
Aeroplanes - 


21 


18 














Ambulances 












Other carriages 






59 








59 


Horses, riding 


130 


9,549 










646 
510 


257 


170 
16 




10, 752 
526 


11,077 
544 


Horses^ draftT 




Total horses 














130 

====== 


9,549 

27~ 

261 

1,248 


1,156 


257 




186 

===== 




11,278 

29~ 
317 
1,432 


11,619 

165~ 
624 
2,640 


11,553 

29~ 
324 
1,816 




2~ 
2 
76 


===== 


Mules, pack... 




37 
52 


17 

36 





Mules, draft... 


20 


Total mules 


20 


1,536 


80 


89 


63 





1,778 


3,429 


2,169 


Machine guns . . 




54 
8,064 
9,282 

19,338 








12 
150 
168 

418 


66 
8,532 
10,997 

23,426 


84 
9,025 
11,312 
/27,905 
[ 1 15. 8 


84 
9,202 
11,246 
27,579 
U5.6 


Rifles... . 


98 
130 

( 200 




220 




Pistols. 


920 
2,560 


246 
460 


251 
450 


Net length in column of 
route, yards. 



1 Miles. 



60 TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES AHMY, 1917. 

TABLE 41. Cavalry Division Trains. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


18 


14 


Units. 


Wagon. 


Motor. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


1 ammunition 
train. 


1 supply train. 


1 sanitary train. 


| 


I 


o 1 

w 


03 


1 supply train. 


1 


E 


1 


Combatant 


10 
3 


4 
2 


3 
4 


"26" 


2 


19 
35 


10 
3 


9 


6 




2 


27 
29 




Medical Department 


Total commissioned . . . 
Combatant . . 










13 


6 
204 


7 
195 


26 


2 

~83~ 


54 


13 


9 


6 


26 
396 


2 

~83~ 


56 


146 
13 


396" 


625 
409 


146 
13 


290 


218 


737 
409 


Medical Department 
Total enlisted 










159 
156~ 


204 
208 


195 


396 


83 


1,037 


159 


290 


218 


396 


83 


1,146 


Aggregate combatant. . 
Aggregate . . . 


198 


422~ 


85 


647 


156 
172~ 


299 


224 


' - 

422 


85 
85 


767 


172 


210 


202 


85 


1,091 


299 


224 


1,202 


Combat train 




108 






53 
"4" 


161 
67 
25 










53 


Field train ration. 


2 


3 


62 


"2i 










Field train, baggage . 








21 


4 


25 


Total wagons 














2 


111 


62 


21 


57 


253 








21 


57 


78 


Guns, 3-inch, field . 










1 








1 
2 
11 

4 
24 
2 

== 
325 
18 




1 








1 
15 
293 
25 
24 
2 

1 - 

275 


Motor cars 








2 




1 
1 


7 
156 
20 


5 

125 

1 


2 
11 
4 
94 


.... 


Motor trucks . 








I* 




Motorcycles, with side cars . - 








4 












9/1 




Other carriages 




2 

24~ 

18 










2 








Horses, riding 


172~ 


26" 


= 

87 


= 
16 


= 
172 


= 


== 


IT 


TT 


Horses, draft 






Total horses 
If Him, riding .. 
















' 




172 


42 


26 


87 


16 


343 


172 






JL 


Jt 


275 








33 


103 
300 
256 






136 
307 
1,208 








Mules, pack .... 


n 


4 
156 


228" 


3 






4 

156 


228" 


7 
384 


Mules, draft 


8 


560 






Total mules. 








11 


593 


659 


160 


228 


1,651 

493 
318 
4,4791 
12.6/ 


3 






160 


228 


391 

IS 


Machine guns . *. 




18 




18 




Rifles.. 


142 

159 

235 


176 
34 

1,366 


96 
106 

1,344 


850 


79 
19 

{ 


142 
159 

235 


250 
49 

1,341 


199 
25 

1,043 


850 


79 670 
19 252 

684/ 4 ' 153 
U i 2. 4 


Pistols 


Net length in column ofl 
route, yards. / 



i Miles. 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



61 



TABLE 42. Trains Cavalry Division Headquarters and Military Police. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 





6 


1 


8 


Units. 





Headquarters. 


| 

<N 


1 


Medical De- 
partment. 


& 

1 


Remarks. 


Colonel 




1 




1 




1 




Major , 




1 




1 




1 




Captain . . 


i 


1 


2 


3 




3 






i 


1 


2 


3 




3 






i 




2 


2 




2 




Medical Department 










3 


3 




















^otal commissioned 


3 


4 


6 


10 


3 


13 




















Regimental sergeant major 




1 




1 




1 




Battalion sergeant major 








1 




1 




First sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Mess sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Supply sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Stable sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Sergeant 


5 




10 


10 




10 




Corporal 


8 




16 


16 




16 


a Commander of trains. 


Horseshoer 


2 




4 


4 




4 


See Par. 412, F. S R. 


Saddler 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Wagoner 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Cook 


2 




4 


4 




4 




Bugler 


2 




4 


4 




4 




Private first class 


19 




38 


38 




38 




Private 


61 


4 


122 


126 




126 




Medical Department 










13 


13 




















Total enlisted 


105 


6 


210 


216 


13 


229 




















Aggregate 


108 


1(T 


216 


226 


16~ 


242 




Field train wagons 







2 


2 





2 




Horses, riding 


108 


12 


214 


226 


16 


242 




Mules pack 




1 






^~ ~ 

3 


3 




Mules draft 






8 


8 




8 




















Total mules 






8 


8 


3 


11 




















Rifles 


103 


6 


206 


212 




212 




Pistols 


108 


10 


216 


226 




226 




Net length in column of fours, yards 


132 


20 


264 


284 


35 


320 





91466 17- 



62 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 43. Trains Cavalry Division Headquarters and Military Police. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 






2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


v Units. 


1 


Headquarters. 


2 troops. 


I 


Medical De- 
partment. 


J 


Remarks. 


Colonel 




a 1 




1 




1 




Major 




1 




1 




1 




Captain 


1 


1 


2 


3 




3 




First lieutenant 


1 


1 


2 


3 




3 




Second lieutenant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Medical department . 










3 


3 




















Total commissioned 


3 


4 


6 


10 


3 


13 




















Regimental sergeant major 




1 




1 




1 




Battalion sergeant major 




1 




1 




1 




First sergeant^ 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Mess sergeant 






2 


2 




2 




Supply sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Stable sergeant 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Sergeant 


5 




10 


10 




10 




Corporal 


s 




16 


16 




16 




Horseshoer 


2 




4 


4 




4 




Saddler 


1 




2 


2 




2 




Wagoner 


1 




2 


2 




2 


* Commander of trains 


Cook 


2 




4 


4 




4 


See par 412 F S R 


Bugler 


2 




4 


4 




4 




Private first class 


9 




18 


18 




18 




Private 


36 


4 


72 


76 




76 




Medical Department 










13 


13 




















Total enlisted '. 


70 


6 


140 


146 


13 


159 




















Aggregate 


73 


10 


146 


156 


16 


172 




















Field train, wagons 






2 


2 




2 




Horses, riding 


73 


12 


144 


156 


16 


172 




















Mules pack 










3 


3 




Mules, draft 






8 


8 




8 




















Total mules 






8 


8 


3 


11 




















Rifles... 


68 


6 


136 


142 




142 




Pistols 


73 


10 


146 


156 




156 




Net length in column of fours, yards 


90 


20 


180 


200 


35 


235 





TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



63 



TABLE 44. Trains Cavalry Division Ammunition Wagon. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


i 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Units. 


Ammunition train section. 


Ammunition train 
company. 


Ammunition train. 


Remarks. 


i 

0< 


<N 


i 


Headquarters. 


Small 
arms. 


Artil- 
lery. 


<B 
"S 

< 


b 

H 

C3 


1 section. 


Major 










l h 






1 

4 
2 


Includes 9 
drivers for 
extra artil- 
lery vehi- 
cles. Not 
present if 
vehicles 
not sup- 
plied. 


Captain 




} lh 




i 


lh 
2h 


2 


Ifc 


Lieutenant 






Medical Department (vet- 
erinarians) 




Total commissioned. 


















1 




i 


4 


2 

- - 


1 


7 

3 
2 

5 
3 
10 
5 
5 
3 
5 

10 
5 
5 

7 
148 
39 


Battalion sergeant major 










l h 




Regimental supply ser- 
geant: 
Clerk 




l h 




i 
i 




2 
2 

4 
2 
8 
4 
4 
2 
2 

8 
2 

4 

2 
118 
24 


1* 


"Wagonmaster 










Sergeant: 
Assistant wagonmaster 

Mess 


1m 




2 


2 
1 
4 
2 
2 
1 




.n 
m 

lh 

2m 
lh 

1 

lh 

29 
15 


l m 


Horseshoer .... 


2m 
1m 




4 
2 
2 


Farrier 




Saddler 










Agent .. 




l h 




1 

4 


2h 


Corporal: 
Assistant wagonmaster 
Agent 


2m 




4 


lh 




1 

2 

1 

59 
12 


2h 


Cook 




2 




Private, first class: 
Orderly 




lh 




4h 

1 


Teamster 


29 
6 


1 


58 
12 




Total enlisted 




42 


10 

11 


=JL 

84 


94 


10 


188 


58 
56 


256 
260~ 


Aggregate 


42 


95 


14 190 




27 


""i 


54 


54 

1 




108 


27 
1 
1 
1 
1 


135 
4 
1 
1 
1 


Wagons field train 


1 


Spare guns 




















Spare store wagons 












Horses ridin^ 




5 




5 


14 


10 


5 

18 


29 

18 


Horses, draft. 








Total horses 




5 




5 

IT" 

228 


14 10 


23 

9 
116 


47 

43 

568 


Miller riding . . 


7 
112 


3 

4 


14 

224 


"4 " 


34 

448 


Mules' draft 


Total mules 


119 


7 


238 


245 
149,310 


4 


482 


125 

74,655 

'"42" 
17 


611 

373, 275 
18 
225 
38 
1,702 


Net cargo capacity, pounds 


74,655 


298,620 
18 
182 

8 










Rifles 


42 


7 
4 


84 


91 

4 
660 


ii 


Pistols 


Net road length, yards 


324 

















64 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 45. Trains Cavalry Division Ammunition Wagon. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Units. 


| 

3 


Ammunition train 
company. 


Ammunition train. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


Ml 


H 


Headquarters. 


Small 
arms. 


Artil- 
lery. 


Aggregate. 


1 


g 
| 
i 


Major 










lh 

1* 
2h 






1 

3 

2 


Includes 9 
drivers for 
extra artil- 
lery vehicles. 
Not present 
if vehiclesnot 
supplied. 


Captain 




} 1 




1 


1 


lb 


Lieutenant 






Medical Department (vet- 
erinarian) 




Total commissioned. 
Battalion sergeant major 














im^n 


1 




1 


4 


1 


1 


6 










lh 




1 

2 
1 

4 
2 

8 
4 
4 
2 
4 

* 8 
4 
3 

6 
118 
33 


Regimental supply ser- 
geant: 
Clerk 




1'' 
1m 




1 




1 
1 

3 
1 
6 
3 
3 
1 
1 

6 
1 
2 

1 

88 
18 


lh 










Sergeant: 
Assistant wagonmas- 
ter 






3 


3 
1 
6 
3 
3 
1 




1m 

2m 
lm 
l m 

lb 

2m 
lh 
1 

lh 

29 
* 15 

58 


Mess 




1m 


Horseshoer 


2m 




6 
3 
3 


Farrier 


IB 




Saddler 






Mechanic 


l m 
lh 


Agent 




6 


6 
1 
2 

1 

88 

18 


2h 


Corporal: 
Assistant wagonmas- 
ter 


2m 


Agent 


lh 
2 

lh 
1 


2>> 


Cook 






Private, first class: 
Orderly. . 






4h 
1 


Teamster 


29 
6 


87 
18 


Private, laborer 


Total enlisted 




42 


10 


126 


136 


10 


136 
137~ 


204 


Aggregate 


42 


11 


126 


137 


14 


59 


207 


Wagons, cargo 


27 


""i" 


81 


81 

1 




81 
1 


27 
1 
1 
1 
1 


108 
3 
1 
1 
1 


Wagons field train 


1 


Spare guns 




Spare battery wagons 














Spare store wagons 














Horses, riding 












5~ 




5 




5 


14 


5 

18 


24 
18 


Horses draft 






Total horses 
















5 




5 


14 


5 


23. 


42 


Mules, riding 
Mules draft 






7 
112 


3 
4 


21 

336 


24 

440 


.... 


24 
440 


9 
116 


33 
560 


Total mules 


119 


7 


357 


464 


4 


464 


125 


593 


Net cargo capacity, pounds . 
Machine guns 


74, 655 






223 965 




223, 965 
18 
133 
4 


74, 655 


298, 620 
18 
176 
34 
1,366 










Rifles 


42 


7' 
4 


126 


133 
4 
9S4 


1 
13 


42 
17 


Pistols 


Net road length, yards 


324 













TABLES OF ORGANIZATION; UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917, 



65 



TABLE 46. Trains Cavalry Division Ammunition Motor. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


Units. 


H 


1 

CT 


Small arms. 


Artil- 
lery. 


Aggregate. 


Remarks. 


GJ 
P 

EC 


1. 

8 
f 2 
* 


1 


o 
>> 

* 9 

fr 


Lieutenant colonel 




1 










1 
1 

1 
6 


1 chauffeur in each 
company to beassigned 
as messenger. 

b Transported as trail- 
ers to trucks. 

All division trains, 
in whole or in part, 
may be assigned to the 
line of communica- 
tions if conditions war- 
rant. 

Under ordinary con- 
ditions, one tank 
truck will be sufficient. 

Truckmasters to use 
a light repair truck. 
Agents to use motor- 
cycles with side cars. , 

For space multiply by 


Major 






1 




1 




Captain 




1 










Lieutenant 


1 




l 


4 


5 


i 


Total commissioned. 


1 


2 


2 


4 


6 


i 


9 


Battalion sergeant major . . 




1 


1 




1 




2 

5 
5 

15 
5 
5 
9 
9 
10 

168 
10 

47 


Regimental supply sergeant: 
Clerk 


1 
1 

3 
1 

1 
1 
1 
2 

33 
2 
9 


4 
4 

12 

4 
4 
4 
4 
8 

132 

8 
36 


4 
4 

12 
4 
4 
6 
6 
8 

133 
8 
37 


i 
i 

3 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

33 
2 
9 


Truckmaster 


Sergeant : 
Assistant truckmaster 






Mess 








"2" 

2 

2 


"2" 

2 

1 


Agent 


Corporal agent 


Cook 


Private, first class: 
Chauffeur 


Assistant mechanic . . 


Private, assistant chauffeur 


1 


1 


Tota.1 enlisted 


55 


8 


7 


220 
224 

1Q8~ 
8 

4 
4 
4 
8 


227 


55 


290 
299 

135 
10 

6 
5 
7 
20 
1 
1 

'"is 

250 
49 
1,341 


\ggrogate 


56 

27~ 
2 

1 
1 


10 


9 


233 


56 

2T 
2 

81,000 




108 
8 

4 
4 
5 
13 


Trucks tank 






Trucks, mess, records, spare 
parts etc 


1 




Trucks repair light 


Motor cars 


1 

2 


1 
5 


1 

5 


Motorcycles, with side cars 




Spare battery wagons ^ 








| 


Spare store wagons b 












Net cargo capacity, pounds 
Machine guns 


81,000 






324,000 
18 
196 
28 





Ritles 


49 

7 
262 


3 

7 
31 


2 

7 


198 
35 
1,079 


49 

7 
262 


Pistols 


Net road length yards 









66 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 47. Trains Cavalry Division Supply Wagon Pack. 
MAXIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 8 9 10 


11 


Units. 


Section. 


Wagon com- 
pany. 


Pack company. 


Supply train. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


co 


"3 
1 


Headquarters. 


1 company. 


6 pack com- 
panies.* 


1 


Major 












1 






1 
2 

4 


* To be re- 
placed by 
wagons when 
the division 
is operating 
in areas 
where pack 
trains are 
not necess- 
sary. 


Captain .... 




1h 




i 




lh 

4h 


1 




Medical Department 
(veterinarians) 












Total commis- 
sioned 












6 








1 




1 




1 




7 


Quartermaster sergeant, 
Quartermaster Corps 






















9h 






2 

3 
1 
2 

6 

3 
6 
1 
12 
3 
3 
1 

6 
9 

7 
98 
60 

18 


Sergeant, first class, 
Quartermaster Corps: 
Clerk 




1h 




l 




2h 


1 
1 





Wagonmaster 




1m 




l 




Trainmaster 










?B 




Pack master 










lm 






6 


Sergeant: 
Assistant wagon- 
rnast^.r 


1m 


.... 


3 


3 






3 


Cargador. . 


lm 




6 


Mess 




l m 




1 
6 
3 
3 
1 

6 
3 

1 

97 




---- 


1 
6 
'6 
3 

6 
3 

1 
97 


Horseshoer 


2'n 

1 


.... 


6 
3 
3 


l m 


6 


Farrier 


Saddler 


1m 






Mechanic 




1"> 








Corporal, assistant wag- 
onmaster 


2m 


3 

1h 


6 








Cook 


lm 


6h 

1 


6 


Private, first class: 
Orderlv 




Teamster 


32 


1 


96 






Packer 


10 


60 


Private laborer 


6 




18 


18 




18 


Total enlisted 
Aggregate 








45 


9 


135 


144 
145 


14 
14 


13 

19 


144 


84 


241 


45 


10 


135 


145 


84 


248 


Wagons cargo 


30 


i 


90 


90. 
1 






90 
1 




90 
2 


Wagons field 




1 




Total wagons 
Horses riding 




i 








30 


90 


91 




1 


91 




92 








^ 




3 


1 


17 


3 


6 


26 


Mules, riding 








7 


3 


21 


24 


14 

50 


2 


24 


84 
300 


110 
300 
380 


Mules' pack 


Mules, draft 


124 


4 

7 


372 
393 


376 


4 


376 


Total mules 






131 


400 


64 


6 


400 


384 


790 


Net cargo capacity, 
pounds 


82,950 
45 






248,850 
140 
4 
1,092 


12,000 


.... 
18 


248,850 
140 
4 
1,092 


72,000 


i20,850 
141 
106 
1,704 


Rifles 


5 

4 


135 


Pistols 


14 
100 


84 
600 


Net road length, yards . . 


360 











TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



67 



TABLE 48. Trains Cavalry Division Supply Wagon Pack. 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Units. 


, 


Wagon com- 
pany. 


Pack company. 


Supply train. 


Remarks. 


I Headquarters. 


2 sections. 


1 


cr 
1 


1 company. 


a-. 

88 

t 1 

(0 


5 
















2 

4 


To be re- 
placed b y 
wagons when 
the division 
is operating 
in areas 
where pack 
trams aie not 
necessary. 


Captain 




1h 




1 




lh 

Ah 


1 




Medical Department 












Total commissioned 


















j 




1 




6 


1 




7 


Quartermaster sergeant, 


- 


= 










9h 






2 

3 
1 

2 
6 

2 
6 
1 
10 
2 
2 
1 

4 

8 

7 
66 
60 
12 


Sergeant, first class, 
Quartermaster Corps: 
Clerk 




1 h 




1 
1 




2h 


1 
1 


Wagonmaster 




1 




















9m 






Packmaster 










l m 






6 


Sergeant: 
Assistant wagon- 
m aster 


l m 




2 


2 






2 

i 

4 
2 
2 
1 

4 
2 

1 
65 








l m 
l m 




6 


Mess 




1m 




1 

4 
2 
2 

4 
2 

1 

65 


Horseshoer 


2m 
lm 
l m 




4 
2 
2 


6 


Farrier 


Saddler 












l m 








Corporal, assistant wag- 
onmaster 

Cook 


2m 


2 
l h 


4 




6h 
1 




lm 


6 


Private, first class: 
Orderly 




32 


1 


64 






Packer 


10m 


60 




6 




12 


12 


.... 


12 


Total enlisted 
Aggregate 




45 


8 


90 
~90~ 

~ 


98 


14 


13 


98 


84 
84 


195 


45 


9 


99 14 


19 | 99 


202 


Wagons cargo 


30 




60 
1 


.... 


60 
1 




60 
2 


Wagons^ field 




Total wagons 


30 


1 


60 


61 


17 


61 




62 


Horses, riding 
Mules riding 


3 |.... 


3 


1 


3 


6 


26 


7 3 


14 


17 


14 

50 


2 


17 


84 
300 


103 
300 
256 




Motes) draft 


124 


4 


248 


252 


4 


252 


Total mules 

Net cargo capacity, 
pounds 

Rifles 


131 7 


262 


269 


64 


6 


269 


384 


659 


82,950 
45 


"5" 
4 


"96" 


165,900 
95 
4 
732 


12,000 


.... 

18 


165,900 
95 
4 
732 


72,000 

""84" 
600 


237,900 
96 
106 
1,344 


Pistols 


14 
100 


Net road length, yards. . . 


360 









65 




TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ABMY, 1917. 



69 



TABLE 50. Trains Cavalry Division Engineer. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


8 


4 


I 


Units. 


^ > 

ft 

C* 


Pontoon soot ion 


J 


Remarks. 


Captain 


lb 




1 


3 light canvas bridge divl- 


Fir "t lieutenant 




l h 


1 












lr 1 X^ f r^j 


Total commissioned . 


1 


1 


2 














First sergeant 


lb 




1 


loaded 


Battalion supply sfj^eunt 


1> 




1 




Supply sergeant 




1 


1 




Stable sergeant.. . 




1 


1 




Sergean t 




3>> 


3 




Corporal 


2 h 


6h 


g 




Horseshoer. . 


1 


3 


4 




Saddler 




1 


1 


plosives etc 2 wagons 


Wagoner .. 


16 


43 


59 




Cook 


1 


\ 


2 




Bugler 


l h 


l b 


2 


Entn66ri 












Total enlisted 


23 


60 


83 














Aggregate ... 


24 


61 


85 


are includftd in the train 












Combat train, wagon 


b 14 


39 


53 




Field train, wagon 


1 


3 


4 


in lieu of a wagoner If 












Total wagons 


15 


42 


57 


vehicles to warrant it the 












Horses, riding. . . 


5 


11 


16 


may b fillecl hy a ma- 


Mules, draft . 


56 


172 


228 


chinist and the horse- 


Rifles 


20 


59 


79 


shoer and saddler replaced 


Pistols ... 


6 


13 


19 


by machinist's helpers. 


Net length yards 


180 


504 


684 


ifnecessarv 













70 



TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1917. 



TABLE 51. Trains Cavalry Division Sanitary. 
MAXIMUM STKENGTH. 



1 


2 












8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 












Units. 


Motor-driven ambu- 
lance company. 


Animal-drawn ambu- 
lance company. 


Ambulance com- 
panies. 


Motor-driven field hos- 
pital. 


Animal-d r a w n field 
hospital. 


Field hospitals. 


1 

ft 

CO 


-2 

03 
% 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


1 motor-driven. 


2 animal-drawn. 


a 
g 


Headquarters. 


1 motor-driven. 


2 animal-drawn. 


H 


Major 






1 






i 

16 


1 
5 


1 
5 


1 

al 


1 

5 


2 
10 


4 
16 




5 
32 

i 

38 




Captain. 


}' 


5 


al 

1 


5 


10 






Total commissioned 
Sergeant first class... 




























5 


5 


3 


5 


10 


18 


6 


6 


2 


6 


12 


20 

~9~ 

19 




2 
11 
6 


2 
11 
6 
1 


.... 


2 
11 

6 


4 
22 
12 
2 
2 
2 
2 
6 

248 


6 
34 
18 
2 
2 
2 
3 
9 

349 


3 
6 


3 

6 


.... 


3 
6 


6 
12 


"T 


15 

56 
18 
4 
4 
4 
6 
15 

555 


a An officer of 
the Quarter- 
master Corps 
as supply of- 
ficer. 


Sergeant 


Corporal. . 


Horseshoer 




1 






2 
2 
2 
2 

4 

130 


2 
2 
2 
3 
6 

203 


3 


Saddler 




1 








1 






Farrier 




1 








1 






Mechanic 


1 
3 

}96 


1 
3 
124 


5 


1 

3 

96 


1 
2 

68 


1 

2 

65 


5 


1 

2 

68 


Cook 


Private first class 


Private. 


Total enlisted. 


119 


150 


6 


119 


300 


425 


80 


80 


6 

8 


80 


160 


246 


6 
~T 


677 


Aggregate 


124 


155 


9 


124 


310 


443 


86 


86 


86 


172 


266 


715 


Motor ambulances 


1?, 




T> 




T> 
















12 
14 

4 
5 
24 
25 
116 


Motor trucks 


3 






^ 




3 
? 


11 


.... 


? 


11 


.... 


11 
? 


.... 


Motor cars 






? 






Motorcycles 


3 






3 




3 
24 

8 
64 

8 
132 


2 






? 




9 




Ambulances 




1? 






24 
8 
56 














Wagons 




4 








7 






14 

44 


14 
52 


3 


Horses riding 




28 


8 


.... 


= 


22 


8 

' - - 


^ 


Mules pack .... 






4 






8 
132 










8 
204 


Mules draft 




66 








30 






60 


60 


12 


Total mules 




















70 






140 


140 




30 






60 


60 


12 


212 


Net length, yards 






30 


125 


400 


555 


.... 


.... 


30 


~90~ 


220 


340 


40 


935 









TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY. 1917. 



71 



TABLE 52. Trains Cavalry Division Sanitary' 
MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


8 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


18 


14 

jj 

3 

a 

CO 


15 

i 

2 

3 


16 


Units. 


Motor-driven ambu- 
lance company. 


I Animal-drawn ambu- 
lance company. 


Ambulance 
companies. 


Motor-driven field hos- 
pital. 


Animal-drawn field 
hospital. 


Field hospitals. 


Remarks. 


Headquarters. 


1 motor-driven. 


2 animal-drawn. 


1 


1 


1 motor-driven. 


2 animal-drawn. 


, 


Major 






1 






1 

10 

1 


1 

3 


1 
3 


1 


1 
3 


2 
6 


4 
10 


.... 


5 

20 
\ 

1 


An officer of 
the Quarter- 
master Corps 
as supply of- 
ficer. 


Captain 


I 3 


3 


1 


3 


6 


Lieutenant 


Veterinarian 


Total commissioned 
Sergeant, first class 


3 


3 

~T 
6 

4 


3 


3 


6 


12 


4 

2 

4 


4 


2 
.... 


4 
4 


8 


14 





26 


1 
6 

4 


"i" 


1 
6 

4 


2 
12 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 

114 


3 
19 
12 
2 
2 
2 
3 
6 

170 

219 


2 

4 


4 
8 


6 
13 


"3" 


9 
35 
12 
4 
4 
4 
6 
12 

310 

396 
422~ 

11 
2 
4 
16 
21 
87 

4 
156 

160 


Sergeant 


Corporals 


Horseshoer 




1 






"i 






2 
2 
2 
2 

4 

88 


2 
2 
2 
3 
6 

137 


3 

6 

:nnr^: 

6 


Saddler 




1 








i 






Farrier 




1 








i 






Mechanic 


1 


1 




1 

2 

52 
66 


1 

2 

46 
55 


i 

2 

44 

56 


3 

4 


1 
2 

46 


Cook .. . 


2 
}52 


2 
57 


4 
5 


Private, first class 


Private . . 


Total enlisted 


66 


74 


148 


55 


112 


171 


Aggregate 


8 


69 


154 


231 

- .-- 

8 


59 


60 


6 


59 


120 


185 


Motor ambulances 


8 




8 


















Motor trucks 


9 










2 
1 


9 






q 




9 




Motorcars . 






1 








1 






1 




Motorcycles 


2 






2 




2 
16 
4 
43 

1 

4 

84 

88 


2 






2 








Ambulances 




8 






16 
4 
36 














Wagons 












7 






14 
38 


14 
44 


3 


Horses, riding 




18 


7 




= 


19 


6 




Mules pack 






9 






4 
84 

88 








Mules, draft 













30 
30 


11^ 





60 
60 


60 
60 


12 
12 


Total mules 





44 








Net length, yards. . . 








20G 7 





1 - 


= 


180~ 








440 


168 


350 


36 


850 


1 













72 TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1017. 

TABLE 53. Medical department personnel attached to mobile organizations. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


^ 


Division 
headquarters. 


Infantry. 


Cavalry. 


Field Artillery. 


Regiment. 


Regiment. 


2-battalion 
regiment. 


3-battalion 
regiment. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 




2 
1 


2 
1 




















1 
3 


1 

3 




1 
3 
2 

6 


1 
3 
2 


1 
2 
2 


1 

2 
2 


1 
3 
2 


1 
3 
2 


Captain or lieutenant 


Veterinarian 




Total commissioned. . 
Sergeant first class 


3 

7 


3 

1 

7 


4 


4 

: 
1 

3 
29 




6 


5 

1 
2 

12 


5 

1 

2 

' 20 


6 

1 

3 

17 


ft 

1 
3 

29 


1 

3 

17 


1 

3 

17 


1 

3 

29 


Sergeant - - - 


Private, first class, and 
private 


Total enlisted 


9 


9 


21 


33 

== 

13 
1 


21 

IT 

28~ 
2 
2 


33 
39~ 


15 


23 


21 


33 
39 

40 
2 

2 


Aggregate 


12 
15 


12 
15 


25 

13~ 
1 


20 


28 

29 
2 
2 


27 


Horses riding 


40 
2 
2 


21 
2 
2 


28 
2 
2 


Mules pack 


Pistols 


















12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 




Engineers. 


Signal troops. 


Train and 
military 
police. 


Regiment. 


Mounted 
battalion. 


Field 
battalion. 


Aero 
squadron. 


Telegraph 
battalion. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


Min. 


Max. 


L/ieutenant colonel 


























Major 


1 

2 


1 

2 






















Captain or lieutenant . . 


1 

1 


1 
1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


Veterinarian 


Total commissioned. . 

Sergeant, firsst class 
Sergeant 






















3 


3 

===== 
1 
2 

20 


2 

""- 

1 

1 

5 


2 

' ___ 

1 

1 

9 


1 

- ' 


1 


1 


1 





=L 


3 


3 

1 
2 

10 


1 

2 

12 




r 

2 
10 


1 
5 


5 


3 


1 
3 


1 

5 


5 


Private, first class, and 
private 


Total enlisted 


15 

18 


23 
26 

14 
1 


7 
9~ 

IT 
i 


11 

; 

13 

13~ 
1 
1 


6 

7 

7 
1 


6 

7 

7 
1 


4 

===== 
5 

' 


4 
5 


6 

===== 
7 

; 

7 


6 

--.'-' ,. 

7 

. ,-. 

7 


13 
16 

. ._; 

16 
3 


13 

16 

16 
3 


Aggregate 


Horses riding 


14 
1 


Mules, pack 






Pistols 

































TABLES OF OBGANIZATION, UNITED STATES ARMY, 1911. 



73 



TABLE 54. Bands. 
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM STRENGTH. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


Units. 


Engineer 
or Coast 
Artillery. 


Band sec- 
tion, head- 
quarters 
company, 
Infantry, 
Cavalry, 
or Field 
Artillery. 


Remarks. 


Band leader 


1 


1 




Assistant band leader 


1 


1 




First sergeant 


1 






Sergeant buglar 




1 




Band sergeants 


2 


2 




Band corporals 


4 


4 




Musicians, first class 


2 


2 




Musicians, second class 


4 


4 




Musicians ihird class 


13 


13 


v , 


Cooks 


2 














Total enlisted 


30 


28 













INDEX 



Page. 
Aero squadron 37 

Ambulance company. (See Sani- 
tary train.) 
Ammunition train : 
Cavalry division 
Wagon 

Maximum 63 

Minimum 64 

Motor 65 

Infantry division 
Wagon 

Maximum 45 

Minimum 47 

Motor 49 

Artillery. (See Field Artillery.) 

Bands 73 

Battalion : 

Engineers. (See Engineer 

troops.) 
Field Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 
Infantry. (See Infantry 

brigade.) 
Signal. (See Field Signal 

battalion.) 

Battery. (See Field Artillery.) 
Brigade: 

Headquarters 3 

Cavalry. (See Cavalry bri- 
gade.) 
Field Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 

Infantry. (See Infantry bri- 
gade.) 
Cavalry brigade : 

Maximum 8 

Minimum 10 

Cavalry Division. (See Division.) 
Company : 

Ambulance. (See Sanitary 

train.) 
Engineer. (See Engineer 

troops.) 
Field Hospital. (See Sanitary 

train.) 
Head q uarters 

Field Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 
. Infantry. (See Infantry 

brigade.) 

Infantry (in battalion; Ma- 
chine-gun). (See Infantry 
brigade.) 
Motor truck 

Ammunition. (See Am- 
munition train Motor.) 
Supply. (See Supply 
train Motor.) 



Page. 

Company Continued. 
Supply company 

Field Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 
Infantry. (See Infantry 

brigade.) 
Wagon 

Ammunition. (See Ammu- 
nition train Wagon.) 
Supply. (See Supply 

train Wagon.) 
Division : 

Headquarters 38 

Cavalry 

Maximum 57 

Minimum 59 

Infantry- 
Maximum 39 

Minimum. 41 

Divisional trains: 

Cavalry division 

Maximum 58 

Minimum 60 

Infantry division 

Maximum 40 

Minimum 42 

Engineer train: 

Cavalry division 69 

Infantry division 54 

Engineer troops: 

Mounted battalion- 
Maximum 34 

Minimum 35 

Regiment 

Maximum 32 

Minimum 33 

Field Artillery: 

Corps (brigade) 
Horse-drawn 

Maximum 16 

Minimum 18 

Motor- 
Maximum 20 

Minimum 22 

Divisional (brigade) 

Maximum 12 

Minimum 14 

Horse (regiment) 

Maximum 24 

Minimum 26 

Mountain (regiment) 

Maximum 28 

Minimum 30 

H ea vy . ( See C orps . ) 
Light. {See Divisional.) 
Field Hospital Company. (See 

Sanitary train.) 
Field Signal Battalion 36 

75 




INDEX. 



Field Signal Battalion (mounted). 

(See Field Signal Battalion.) 
Headquarters: 

Brigade. (See Brigade.) 
Division. (See Division.) 
Headquarters Company: 

Field Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 

Infantry. (See Infantry bri- 
gade.) 
Headquarters troop. (See Cavalry 

brigade.) 

Heavy Artillery. (See Field Artil- 
lery.) 

Horse Artillery. (See Field Artil- 
lery.) 
Infantry brigade: 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Light Artillery. (See Field Artil- 
lery.) 
Medical Department: 

Personnel with mobile organi- 
zations 4 - 

Sanitary trains. (See Sani- 
tary train.) 

Machine-gun company. (See In- 
fantry brigade.) 
Machine-gun troop. (See Cavalry 

brigade.) 
Military police: 

Cavalry division 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Infantry division 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Motor- truck company: 

Ammunition train. (See Am- 
munition train.) 
Supply train. (See Supply 

train.) 
Mountain Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 

Mounted Engineers. (See En- 
gineer troops.) 
Mounted Signal Battalion. (See 

Field Signal Battalion.) 
Pack-train company: 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Regiment: 
Cavalry 

Maximum 

Minimum . . 



Page. 



73 



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62 

4?, 
44 



Regiment Continued. 
Field Artillery- 
Heavy. 
Horse. 
Light. 
Mountain. 

(See Field Artillery.) 
Infantry 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Sanitary personnel. (See Medical 

Department.) 
Sanitary train: 

Cavalry division 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Infantry division 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Signal battalion. (See Field Signal 

battalion.) 
Squadron: 

Aero. (See Aero squadron.) 
Cavalry. (See Cavalry bri- 
gade.) 
Supply company: 

Field Artillery. (See Field 

Artillery.) 

Infantry. (See Infantry bri- 
gade.) 

Supply troop. (See Cavalry bri- 
gade.) 
Supply train: 

Cavalry division 
Wagon Pack- 
Maximum 

Minimum 

Motor 

Infantry division 
Wagon 

Maximum 

Minimum 

Motor 

Train guard. (See Military police.) 
Trains. (See Ammunition, Engi- 
neer, Sanitary, and Supply 
trains.) 
Troop: 

Cavalry (in squadron). 
Headquarters. 
Machine-gun. 
Supply. 

(See Cavalry brigade.) 
Wagon company. (See Ammuni- 
tion and Supply trains.) 



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