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CONTENTS,

PAGE

SECTION l,_GEN1~M~NOTES .. ,, ,, ,, 5

SECTION 2,—WAR ESTABLISHMENT AND TRANSPORT 7

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.~_DI~TRIBUT1ONBY SECTIONS AEl) SUB.SEC I SECTIONS—

A. Field artillery battery . . .. ..

B. Field artillery brigadeammunitioncolumn 10

SICrIoN 4.—FIELD KITS—A. Officers.. .. .. .. -. .. 20B. Warrant officers, non-commissionedofficers

and men .. .. ,. .. .. 240. Articles carried on the horseby drivers of

1stand 2nd line transportvehicles .~ 28D. Articles left at thebasobyeachman .. 29

SECTION ~,—0ARR1A0~S, LIMBERS, AND AMIIIJNI.TION WAGONS—

A. Carriage,field, 18.pr.Q.F. .. .. .. 3ctB. Limbers (carriageand ammunitionwagon) 32C. Ammunitionwagon .. .. .. .. 80

SEcTION a—CART AND WAGON EQUIPMENT—A. Maltesecart , . .. .. .. ., 37B. S.A.A, cart .. ,. .. .. ,. 88C. Watercart ,, ,, ,, .. ,, 31)B. G.S. wagon .. .. .. .. .. 40

SacTIoN 7.PA0IC TRANSPORT LOADPackanimal for veterinaryequipment.. .. 41

SToTIoN ~,—0ART AND WAGON LOADS—A. Maltesecart .. ,, ,, ,, 42B. S.A.A. cart .. .. .. .. 43C. Water cart ,. .. ,. ,, 44P. U.S. wagonfor gun ammunition .. 45E. U.S.wagonfor S.A.A. .. 40

it2(7.8.51.)

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Section 8—Cartand ‘erogon loads—road,nzted— “Act(No.1., .. ~, 4

Nos.2, 4andG -. ,,

F. G.S.wa~onsNos.3, 5 turd 7. (Forageand 0foi~baggage, , stor~s~.. .. ,,

stores. and ‘ No. 8. (Forageand stores) ,.

supphes*. . No. 0. ( ,, ,, ) ..

No. 10. Supplies and store0LN0. 11. Baggageandetor~s.,

Secvxoce0—DATA ON WhiCh THE TRANSPORT OpA FIELI) ARTILLERY BRIGADE ISCALCULATED (a)—

- A. Ammunition .. .. ,,

B. ‘l’ools .. .. ,. ., .. •,

C. Bationsand fuel -. ., ., ,,

‘1). Fo,aee.. ‘‘ ‘‘ ‘‘

R. Sicnelhngequipment.. .. .. ..

F. Sparcwheels,shafts,poles,andswingletrees

~ The U.S. Wagons for baggage,storesarid supphie~are allotted~

numberedthroughout the Brigade as follows :—

No. 1. .. .. to Headquarters.Nos.2 and3 . - to First Battery.

- ,, 4 ,, 5 .. to SecondBattery.,, 6 ,, 7 .. to Third Battery.,, -8, 9, 10 and11 to theAmmunition Column.

(a) SeealsoSectIon4.

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Sect. L_Gdhle Notes. • - -

Section 1.—GENERAL NOTES.

1. The norrrral war establishmentof a field artillery brigade,

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o\ving its corirpositiori as regards personneland anirrials, when,1

robilizatiort ~ ~ i~given iii Section ‘2, arid no then orhror~

5ru excessof tire “ total field artillery brigade” will lie

8llowetl beyOrl(I tire atlv~uieeddepOt.‘2. TIre tiarisleOrt of a field artillery brigade is shown after its

~‘u’ csta1dj~hnl0~~tThe transport is divided iii tire field asfollows

1st line : grill CaiI’Iages ; ~‘elncies carrying ansninriitioiiMaltesecart, and pack arid Sharerrriinrals.

2nd line (which marcires as directed iii orders) watercartsand U.S. wagorrafor baggage,storesarid supplies.

TIre pL.r’sOIntreI for 2nd line tran~poitis provider! by tire ArmyServiceCoi’Ic~ tlreec linen 30111 thu. hrmade cu nrobrhizatconfrillyarmedarid erlhii ppcei

3. Sp:rredraughthorsesare allowed at tire rate of 10 per cent.A (hirer is allowed for each pair of sparehorses. Sparedriversfor ~rid !ine transportare includedtit tire war establishmentof the

~rviCe Corps companyfrom winch tire 2nd Ijini, traneport.driversaredetached.

4 One N.C.O. and eight gnflriei’s per brigade,trained in sanitary(blues;ire placed under the orders of tire medical officer for ~arnpainIiL~tionr vu rposes, working in coirjunctioir with the R.A.M.C.

1rersOrirr~for waterduties.5 Jlitmefl iii the field are allowed at tlrc sate of one for erich

mounted efficer with one horse,acid two for eachmountedolilcerwith two horses.

6. Draftsto replacewastageare calculatedfor field artillery attherate of 60 per cetit. during the first year of a war. Tire first

1sjrtiorr of thesedrafts mobilizeswith tire brigade,unlessothrerrvise

ordered, aird Proceedswith it as far as tire overseabase: thisporhtori i~ known as “first reinforcement,” and is calculatedatho per cent,of rank arid file.

Otirer detailsshown in the table as “left at the base” alsomobilize with tire brigade: the clerk is attachedto thebaserecordoffice; tire storenreunarid first reiriforceinnerntare attached to oneoftIre geriel’al basedepOts.

7. War outfit is tire material of all kinds which a unit i’equiresfor’ rear.

Tire methodof carryiirg it is laid downin Sections4—8.

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0 Sect.1.—General

8. No blanketsfor’ men are includedin thenormalscale of rv~outfit ; but one blanket per mann will ho carried when speciallyordered; tlrese blanketssvill be distributed over tire limbers aridwagorro,and rio extratransportwill beallotted.

9. General requisites,such as spare narts, and materials forrepair,are caic’iilateil on the assumptionthat it will be possibl

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replenishthem at intervals of nubont a fortnight.10. The clothing arid necessariesrequired on nrobilizationr are

detailed in tine Regulations for tine Clothing of th0

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y,Pant III. (a).

11. TIre equipmentrequired on mobilization is laid downifl th5MobilizationsStoreTable for’ a field artillery brigade.

12. TIre stationery considerednnecessary for a field artille17brigadein the field is showni in tire lists of conrterntspastedinside

tire lids of tire stationeryboxes.13. Tire allotment of field artillery irrigades to the

d~vi,sion~,and their placesof mobilization, are shown i0

~Annrry Tables.

14. Tire am’rangementsfor bringing a field artillery brigade upto Wat’ Estairhishnient in men aiiih horses,arid for thecompletionof its waroutfit are laid down in MobilizationsRegulations.

IS. Orders for urovenient, wlren irrobilizatirm is complete,~ilhbe issuedfrom the War Office to GeneralOflicers Conrnrrarrditng.b.Clrief.

hil. Tire tablescontained in tins Manrual are drawn up on ti1basis of a campaign fought in a civilized corrntry, arid iii apem’ateclimate. Whenmobilization takesplace for a campaignt~lee fought under dili’ej’ent conditions certain nrodification

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beconrenecessary,anrciwill ho notified from the War Office.

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L-a~~may leave at tine basea bullock trunk packedwithioo lbs (41 pci-sonIC.! baggage. Tins reserve baggage will hef~rWar4l~on])’ winein it may be decnne(lconvernienit to tire Serviceti- tine GenreratOfficer’ Commanding-in-Chief.

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cnn tine march.

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C.—AI1Tft’LES CARRIED ON TIlE HORSE BY DIiI~,OF L-~T AND 2ND LINE TRANSPORT VEHICLES -

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LEFT AT TIlE BASE BY EACH NAN.

Kit lCag~,conrtainningthe sparekit detailedbelow, will be takenil-s far astire over-sea baseby each itnani, and will lie left inn charge~flrtt~i-Yann

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CIO!hCSbag .. 1Woolienl belt .. 1

The boots ~vilI be tied together,with the soles outwar’ds, tirene~innentalmnumber of tine man and tile number of tine brigadehc’inig chalkedor otherwiselegibly markedon tine soles, Thebootsv-ill lie packed last, arid placed in tine month of tine kit bag toadnuit of their being readily withdrawn, shouldit henecessaryto.order them to be forwardedto tine troops in the field.

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Section 9.

p ~T -~ ON WHICh THE TRANSPORT OF A FIELD- ~RTILLERY BRIGADE IS CALCULATED.

A.—AMM~TNITION.

,)~vrRoXIMA1’12 AMOUNT ON 18.NIC-, AMMUNITION AVAIL%BLC.

IloCinds

\Y]Cere cnC’riod. 1~~r Remarks.gun.

TUC BATTERY (a)—-On the gun limber .. .. 21-In ammCCflitiOn wagons and

limbers .. .. -- 152 (1’)

WiTh TOR BRIGADiC AMMUNI-TION CoLt~MN—

In ainmCCflItiO~wagons andlimbers .. .. .. 76 (~)

~ cf.S. wagons .. .. 126 (c)

WITh ThtiC- Drv:sroNAr, AMiuN:.TION C’Or,CMN—

In G.S. Wagons .. ,, 120 (c)

TotCi in front of the AdvancedD~pôt .. .. .. .. 498

NorF-/-—(C-’) 50 roundsSA.A, are ca,’ried on the soldier for each bandoller In tholiei,1 artillery brigade, Ollicej-s carry 12 roun,Is of pls~ola,nmunitioti.

(5) The load of tIn ammunition wagonand limber lIr3 roundI of 18-pr.gun ammunitIon.

(c) The load of a US.wagon Is 108 rounds of 18-pr. gun amnsitunition.

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E,_91~~ EQUIPMENT FOR A FIELD ARTILLERYBRIGADE (18-PR.) IN THE FIELD.

(OA1liiIED PARTLY BY TILE SIGNALT.iias AND i’ARTLY IN SrGNALLINc~

I~ANNI~C-~ALtOTT1IO AT TIlE RATE ON ONE PANNIER NEIl

BATTE’~, NACRED IN G.S. WAcioNs Nos. 2, 4, AND 6 REsNEC-

TI1’EL~)

Flsg~’signal,armyBlue, 3’ 0” square..

2’ 0’~ ,, . —

White, with stripe,~‘ 0” square

Wimite, with stripe,2’ o” square

poles,~‘ 6” -.

3’G”Jieliographa,5”LamP

5’signalling,””

(d) --

Sbin(l~,limp or hello-grllPli

Watches ..

Cases,uuiessThgobookA F. C. 2121 (ii)

(book)5;gnallingmanualsCotton waste -. oZ.ChamoisleatherTelescopes,signallingStands, telesc0p0,sig-

nalling .4

~jnoculnrs,in cases ..

p8

nniore,signalling --

24

30(a)

24

30(a)5466(c)4

6

‘73(a)4

33(a)

3237

443

(a) Carried on theman.

(b) 20 carried bysignallers.

(c) 60 carried bysignallera.

(d) All lamps arefilled for servicesa reserve o~ci

t

and wick for sig-nalling lamps iscarried in thetransport andsupplycolumns.

Pencils will beissuedas required.

Articles

No, perHead.

quarters

No, perbattery.

TotalNo, perbrigade,

Rcmark~.

8

10(a)

S

10(a)1822(b)

1.

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1

11

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F.—SPAItE WHEELS, SHAFTS, POLES, AND SwJNQL~.TREES.

(I) WuEar.s.

One spam’e hind wheel (No. 200) and one spam’e fore Wheel(~159) for U.S. wagons are cariled in the munrnunitioncoICuI~(,~

pages59 afl(l 62).Four spare wheels for guns, linibei’s, ammunition wagons ~

S.A.A. cart-s (No. 43) am-c carried in the ammunitionColumn (‘jpages55, 57, 59, and92).

(2) SIXAFTS.

Spare shafts for S.A.A. carts (No. 1, near; No. 19, o~)ar~carried in theammunition column (cf. page62).

(3) POLES. -

Twenty sparepolesfor U.S. wagons (No. 7a) ale cal-rieCh,o~in each of half of the GS. wagonsin tile batteriesand aminu

8j,

tion column (ef. pages45, 46, 54, and59).Twonty-one spare poles for ammunition wagons (No. IS) ~

carried(6 per batteryand 3 per ammunitioncolumn).Two sparepolesfor gun limbers (No. 17) are cam-vied in Gs,

wagonsfor baggage,stoics, andsupplies(cf pages,59 aimd 61),

(4) SWINQLETIIEES.

The wagon equipmentof eachgun limber, amhmlunition wa~~4-limber, and U.S. wagon,includes a spareswingletree(No. l0~~

11), and this provisioncoverstherequirementsof the Maltcsea~watercarts ; S.A.A. cartsdo n~t1-equireswingletrees.

(Wt. 29658 8000 2 08—Il & S 1582)

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BUCPESIA. Soullisrim. Pm’?cisof Iufoi’mnatioii concerning. Juut.,1899. 2,e.

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811000DERS. Manualof. Third edition. 1897. ii. (Underre,’ision)

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Specitlcaiionanti Prawimtge. 1899. Id. -

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