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  • all the available forces to move against the Army of Northern Virginia, it left the Department of the South in April, 1864, under command of Lieut. J. P. Sanger, 1st Artillery, with the 10th Army Corps, and was assigned to duty
  • an important epoch in the history of the Army. It is true that, prior to this, there had periodically existed in the United States Army a third regiment of artillery. There was one during the Revolution; it was organized
  • periodically existed in the United States Army a third regiment of artillery. There was one during the Revolution; it was organized originally in 1775 by Colonel Richard Gridley, of Massachusetts, a half-pay British officer,
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  • their own, and the volunteers are like the Cuban army in appearance. The Greek army, at which I made such sport, is a fine organization in comparison as far as outfit goes; of course, there is no comparison in the spirit of the men.... Half of the
  • are like the Cuban army in appearance. The Greek army, at which I made such sport, is a fine organization in comparison as far as outfit goes; of course, there is no comparison in the spirit of the men.... Half of the men have no uniforms nor
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  • "to devise ways and means for supplying the army with medicines"; but it did little to overcome the difficulty. Ultimately it was realized that a director-general with the army could not satisfactorily perform the duties of a
  • a position in the Medical Department of the army to be subjected to a close examination by qualified medical men. There was nothing pro forma in these examinations; for it is on record that no less than six of a set of
  • the limits of Massachusetts joined the army at Cambridge, the necessity for the adoption of some system of organization became manifest. Most of the regiments brought medical officers with them, but few were supplied with
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  • 15. "That the Paymaster-General of the armies of the United States, shall always quarter at or near the headquarters of the main army, or at such place as the Commander-in-Chief shall deem proper; and that,
  • General, and a Deputy under him, for the army, in a separate department; that the pay for the Paymaster General himself be one hundred dollars per month, and for the Deputy Paymaster under him, fifty dollars
  • by Congress Paymaster-General of the. army, and on June 12, Ebenezer Hancock was appointed Deputy Paymaster-General for the Eastern Department. Congress on the 9th of July, 1776, resolved: "That Mr. Palfrey, late
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  • of the military. The Pre-Hostilities Army: In 1898, approximately 28,000 troops were in the Army. These soldiers were stationed at over eighty posts mostly located mainly in the West.  While this force was small compared to
  • Shafter , constituted the U.S. Army forces that served in Cuba. Introduction: On 8 September 1898, Secretary of War Russell Alger requested a commission to i nvestigate the Army's administration of the War of 1898
  • requested a commission to i nvestigate the Army's administration of the War of 1898 and discover the truth about its conduct.  President McKinley stated that the American people were entitled to know whether or not the citizens who
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  • and 3 brigadier-generals in the regular army; 15 were major-generals, and 12 were brigadier-generals of volunteers; 8 of the 33 commanded armies; and 10, army corps. At least 8 general officers in the Confederate armies had
  • two assistants were authorized "at the grand army," and one chief engineer and two assistants "in a separate department." These officers were commissioned in the grades of colonel and captain respectively. On January 16, 1776,
  • Gridley be continued chief engineer in the army at Cambridge." On December 27,1776, General Washington was authorized, for a period of six months, "to raise and collect * * * a corps of engineers and to * * * establish
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  • By the end of World War II the Army had acquired over 2,000 pieces of art. In June 1945 the Army established a Historical Properties Section to maintain and exhibit this collection, thus creating the nucleus of today's Army
  • History The Army's official interest in art originated in World War I when eight artists were commissioned as captains in the Corps of Engineers and were sent to Europe to record the activities of the
  • which at that time was the custodian of Army historical property and art. There was no Army program for acquiring art during the interwar years, but with the advent of World War II the Corps of Engineers, drawing on its World
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  • and prisoners a number equal to our entire army, and treble as much ordnance as our army had in its siege train and field batteries, the enemy fell back to the very gates of the city. Pending negotiations for peace between the
  • was won. In the reorganization of the army under the Act of March 3, 1815, the Third was consolidated with the 2d, 7th, and 44th, to form the First Regiment of Infantry; and a new Third was formed by the consolidation of
  • the oldest organization in the United States army,—the original First Infantry, which was organized under a resolve of Congress of June 3, 1784. Colonel John Miller of the 17th was retained as colonel of the Third,
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  • hospital. October 8, 1898 GENERAL ARMY ORDER ISSUED A general order was issued today organizing new ARMY corps and designating various points where the troops shall be stationed. The Third, Fifth, and Sixth corps are discontinued;
  • A general order was issued today organizing new ARMY corps and designating various points where the troops shall be stationed. The Third, Fifth, and Sixth corps are discontinued; the First, Second, and Fourth corps reorganized. They are to be
  • full text of the order is as follows: FIRST ARMY CORPS Major-general J.C. Breckinridge, U.S.V., commanding headquarters at Macon, Ga. First division, headquarters at Macon, Ga.:-- First brigade-Atlanta, Ga. Thirty-first Michigan,
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