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Additional regiments of artillery.

United States. Congress. House

Additional regiments of artillery.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artillery,
  • Soldiers

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAuthorizing two additional regiments of artillery
    SeriesH.rp.544
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16044497M

      Catalogue of Connecticut volunteer organizations: (infantry, cavalry, and artillery,) in the service of the United States, , with additional enlistments, casualties, &c., &c., and brief summaries, showing the operations and service of the several regiments and batteries by :   Artillery: A History and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more. Share. Buy New. $ List Price: $; Save: $ (47%) $ + $ shipping Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Available as a Kindle eBook. Kindle eBooks can be read on any device with the free Kindle app. /5(11).

    Cavalry and artillery regiments were organized in a similar way, although cavalry companies were frequently called troops. Artillery companies included specialized soldiers, such as bom-bardiers, gunners, and matrosses. The soldiers in artillery regiments often functioned individually, or in small groups, rather than as a regiment. History. Many of the units and batteries of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery are older than the Dominion of Canada itself. The first artillery company in Canada was formed in the province of Canada (New France) in Volunteer Canadian artillery batteries existed before but their history is mostly unknown. Seven batteries of artillery were formed after the passage of the Branch: Canadian Army.

      The Regiment of Artillery was divided in the mid s between the Field Artillery, the Corps of Air Defence Artillery formed in January , and the Army Aviation Corps formed in November The Field Artillery is the largest successor branch, with regiments, but no longer accounted for a sixth of the army's million strength. Similarly, company level information is included for units such as the Royal Artillery which were traditionally on "attached" assignment to infantry and other units. I have also constructed a table showing geographic distribution of regiments of foot by era to assist researchers.


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Additional regiments of artillery by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional regiments of artillery: speech of Hon. George H. White of North Carolina, in the House of Representatives, Monday, March 7, Summary White, an African American congressman from North Carolina, pleas for change in U.S. Army regulations to permit blacks into artillery regiments.

The Second Artillery was, with the First, Third, and Fourth, organized by an Act of Congress dated Ma Each regiment was to have one colonel, one lieutenant-colonel, one major, one supernumerary captain (for ordnance duty), one adjutant, one sergeant-major, and nine companies.

Popular Artillery Books Showing of 85 Field Artillery and Firepower: Updated and Expanded Edition (Hardcover) by. Jonathan B.A. Bailey (shelved 3 times as artillery) avg rating — 8 ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Textual Records: Regimental and battery records, including letters sent and received, issuances, muster rolls, returns, and descriptive books, of the 1st-4th Artillery Regiments, ; 5th Artillery Regiment, ; 6th Artillery Regiment, ; and 7th Artillery Regiment, Letters received and orders issued by the Astor Battery, In an additional regiment of "Artillerists and Engineers" was authorized with 12 companies, increased in to 16 companies.

In there was a reduction of the army. The Engineers were separated from the Artillery and the latter formed into one regiment of 20 companies with a colonel (Henry Burbeck), lieutenant-colonel, and four majors. 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 originally in by Colonel Richard Gridley, of Massachusetts, a half-pay British officer, the command soon passing to.

The views of Mr. Calhoun, in so far as they related to the artillery, were adopted by Congress; and in accordance with the act of March 2,the first four regiments now in service were organized from the regiment of light artillery, the corps of artillery, and the ordnance. th Field Battery Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery – a concise history $ th Field Battery Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery - a concise history quantity.

History of Field Artillery, –, addresses the need for a modern work that records the historical structure, strength, disposition, materiel, and technical and tactical doctrine of artillery in the U.S. Army. It complements the lineage volume on Regular Army and Army Reserve field artillery regiments, published in This work, originally designed as a book of instruction for the cadets of the Military Academy, has, since my separation from the department of artillery, been extended beyond the limits at first proposed, with a view of spreading information not popularly accessible, upon a subject of the first importance to our national defence.

42 • Fires, January-FebruaryThe Red Book First Army East, th Infantry Brigade 2nd Battalion, th Field Artillery Regiment. Confederate Artillery Organizations: An Alphabetical Listing of the Officers and Batteries of the Confederacy, – is a remarkable, immensely useful, and exceedingly rare book containing the names of the officers and every Confederate artillery unit.

It is so rare that most scholars in the field don’t even know of its existence.4/4(4). Vol. Orderly book of the First Pennsylvania regiment Vol. Diary of events in the Army of the Revolution, from Aug.

1,to Dec. 31, Vol. Orderly book of the First Penna Regiment. The Artillery of Gettysburg"" is a thoughtful look at the role of the artillery during the July 1?3, conflict. Bradley M. Gottfried provides insight into how the two armies employed their artillery, how the different kinds of weapons functioned in battle, and the strategies for using each of them.4/4(14).

Hartley's Additional Continental Regiment was an American infantry unit of the Continental Army that served for two years during the American Revolutionary regiment was authorized in January and Colonel Thomas Hartley was appointed its commander.

The unit comprised eight companies from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and ance: Continental Congress. Order books and provision returns, garrison at New Orleans, RECORDS OF ARMY UNITS 31 lin.

Records of artillery units. Textual Records: Order and company books, Regiment of Light Artillery, ; 1st Regiment, ; 2d and 3d Regiments, ; and Corps of Artillery, Records of infantry. This article needs additional citations for verification. Royal Artillery Batteries: Regiments of Foot: Regiments in Territorial Force Units in Yeomanry Regiments converted to Royal Artillery: Regiments in Regiments in Regiments in Territorial Army units in Infantry of the Line 1st (Royal) Regiment of Foot - 4 Battalions fromthan 3 till than 2.

2nd (Queen's Royal) Regiment of Foot - 1 Battalion. 3rd (East Kent) Regiment of Foot - 2 Battalions from 4th (The King's Own) Regiment of Foot - 2 Battalions from 5th. th Infantry Regiment, Royal Artillery formed by th (Lancashire and Cheshire) Coast Regiment RA (TA) rd Infantry Brigade was formed on 22 January by conversion of Headquarters 27th (Home Counties) Anti-Aircraft Brigade within 2 Anti-Aircraft Group.

A description of types of artillery used in warfare throughout history, including the ancient engines of war; gunpowder introduced to Europe; the bombards; 16th century cannon; the 17th century and Gustavus Adolphus; the 18th century; U.S. guns of the early s; rifling; the Civil War; and the change to modern artillery.

Also includes the characteristics of cannon; projectiles; tools; the 5/5(4). According to the diary of the surgeon of this regiment, Dr.

Albigence Waldo, this regiment (or a large portion of it) was at Valley Forge — even though it is not included in the standard lists of regiments. It is shown as part of Huntington's Brigade as of October, as well as the autumn of and therefore would have been a part of the.These were supported by a battalion of eighteen mm artillery pieces, either the self-propelled 2S1 Gvozdika in BMP regiments or towed D howitzers in BTR regiments, though some BTR regiments also used the 2S1, with additional fire support from the organic mortar battery in each infantry battalion.A brigade of army artillery consisted of three regiments of artillery, divided into three battalions of two batteries each.

A battery consisted of 4 guns. To this brigade belonged an ammunition train a heavy artillery mobile ordnance repair shop, and this brigade headquarters was the organization whereby the brigade commander could operate his.