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TABLES OF ORGANIZATION, U. S. ARMY

On May 3, 1917, tables of organization for the United States Army, as authorized by the national defense act approved June 3, 1916, were promulgated.  These tables included the typical Infantry and Cavalry divisions, the division being then our highest administrative unit.

For present purposes, the table for the Infantry division only, at maximum strength, will be given.  Following this, tables for Medical Department organizations of and personnel attached to this division will be given.  Then will be shown the changes made in the general Tables of Organization, from time to time, and with them, the modified changes in the tables concerning the Medical Department organizations and personnel attached to mobile organizations.


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Table 23. - Infantry Division


1056

Table 53. - Medical Department personnel attached to mobile organizations


1057

Table 36. - Trains-Infantry division-Sanitary


1058-1059

Table 1. - Infantry Division


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Table 30. - Medical Department


1061

Table 28. - Trains, Infantry Division - Sanitary


1062

Table 1. - Infantry Division (combat)


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Table 40. - Medical Department


1064-1065

Table 28. - Sanitary train - Infantry Division


1066-1067

Table 101. - Army Corps
Table 201. - Army troops