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Battery Chandler, in honor of Second Lieut. Res Chandler, Coast Artillery Corps, United States Army, who was killed April 8, 1913, while making a flight in an aeroplane in line of duty.
[2292221, A. G. 0.] VI.-Under the provisions of paragraph 201, Army Regulations, the following name of a seacoast battery is announced:
ON FORT ROSECRANS, CAL., MILITARY RESERVATION.
[2266632, A. G. 0.]
H. L. SCOTT,
Major General, Chief of Staff.
WAR DEPARTMENT, No. 37.
WASHINGTON, June 16, 1915. L_Paragraph II, General Orders, No. 82, War Department, 1914, amendatory of section 2, Paragraph IV, General Orders, No. 22, War Department, 1913, as amended, is rescinded and the following substituted therefor:
All enlisted men of the Signal Corps detached and servinig at stations in the Central Department and Southern Department will be regarded as members of Company B, Signal Corps, stationed at The Army Service Schools, Fort Leavenworth, Kans., and their names will be borne on the rolls and other records of that company.
(2222689 A-A. G. 0.) II._1. By direction of the President, Paragraph III, General Orders, No. 72, War Department, 1911 (amendatory of General Orders, No. 118, War Department, 1909), as amended, prescribing the organization of the Field Artillery School of Fire Detachment (white), is further amended so as to prescribe the organization of that detachment as follows:
FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL OF FIRE DETACHMENT (WHITE). Master signal electrician.
1 Regimental sergeants major, Field Artillery-.
2 Sergeants first class, Signal Corps.--
4 Battalion sergeant major, Field Artillery --
1 Battalion quartermaster sergeant, Field Artillery
1 First sergeants, Field Artillery
2 Sergeants, Field Artillery-
11 Stable sergeant, Field Artillery
1 Corporals, Field Artillery -
6 Horseshoer, Field Artillery
1 Privates, Field Artillery
2. By direction of the President, paragraph 2, General Orders, No. 118, War Department, 1909, prescribing the organizations of the service school detachments, as amended, is further amended so as to provide for a detachment for the School of Musketry at Fort Sill, Okla., as follows:
SCHOOL OF MUSKETRY DETACHMENT (WHITE). Master signal electrician---
1 Sergeant, first class, Signal Corps_
1 Sergeants, Signal Corps.--
2 Corporals, Signal Corps..
4 Privates, Signal Corps..
2 Regimental sergeants major
2 Battalion sergeants major
6 First sergeants----
4 Quartermaster sergeants.
3 Sergeants --
16 Corporals ---
[2078304 E--A. G. 0.] III.-1. By direction of the President, the enlisted strength of the Army will be maintained as prescribed in the Tables of Organization, 1914, and in such changes in those tables as may be published from time to time.
2. Estimates for pay and allowances of the authorized enlisted strength of the Army will hereafter be based pri. marily on Tables of Organization.
3. Until such time as appropriations are available for their pay, the number of noncommissioned officers and other enlisted men of special grades carrying extra pay for grade to be appointed in regiments and other separate tactical organizations to provide men for detail with provisional units, will be limited to that prescribed in General Orders, No. 8, War Department, 1912, as amended.
4. Such enlisted men heretofore appointed in excess of the numbers prescribed in General Orders, No. 8, War Department, 1912, as amended, under the provisions of the Tables of Organization, 1914, are not at the present time additional to those numbers, and are to be detailed from the troops, batteries, and companies to which they properly belong. Such enlisted men now in excess may be carried until absorbed by the occurrence of vacancies in their respective grades.
5. The foregoing does not apply to the additional noncommissioned officers authorized in the Tables of Organization, page 78, under the heading "Additional Enlisted StrengthLine."
6. Hereafter, as appropriations become available, organizations will be informed by letters of instruction from The Adjutant General's Office of such increase in enlisted strength of statutory organizations as may be warranted to proride personnel for provisional units, until all organizations have been brought up to the strength prescribed in the Tables of Organization.
[2293798, A. G. 0.] BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:
H. L. SCOTT,
Major General, Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: H. P. MCCAIN,
The Adjutant General.