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APPENDIX


ABBREVIATIONS

The following abbreviations are used either in the text or in the reference appended thereto:

A. A., American ambulance.
A. A. S., American Ambulance Service.
A. C., Army Corps.
A.  E. C., American embarkation center.
A. E. F., American Expeditionary Forces.
A.G. O. S. D., Adjutant General's Office, Statistical Division.
A. P. M., Assistant Provost Marshal.
A. R. C., American Red Cross.
A. W. C., Army War College.
A. W. O. L., Absent without leave.
B. E. F., British Expeditionary Forces.
B. H., Base Hospital.
Boy., Boyav.
C. A., Colonial Army.
D. C. P., Division chasseur á pied (light infantry).
D. I., Division of Infantry.
Fme., Ferme (farm).
F. O., Field Orders.
Gde., Grande.
G. H.Q., General Headquarters: G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, G-5, Sections of General Staff, A. E. F.
G-4-B, group under G-4, to which all matters affecting the Medical Department were referred.
G. M. C., General Motors Company.
G. O., General Orders.
L. B., Litter bearers.
L. C., Line of Communications.
M. M. D., Manual for the Medical Department.
M. T. C., Motor Transport Corps.
N. C. O., Noncommissioned Officer.
P. C., Post Command.
Q. M. C., Quartermaster Corps.
S. C., Sanitary Corps.
S. S. U., Sanitary Service Unit.
Sn. Tn., Sanitary Train.
Sgts., Sergeants.
S. G. O., Surgeon General's Office.
S .O., Special Orders.
S. O. S., Services of Supply.
T. M. B., Troop Movement Bureau.
T. O., Tables of Organization.
Tr., Tranchée (trench).