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Report of the Adjutant General-Iowa 1918


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 The National Guard of Iowa consists (June 30, 1918), of one State Headquarters having sufficient Staff officers and enlisted men to carry on the work of the Department; one brigade of infantry, (3 regiments); one separate company of infantry; one regiment of field artillery (6 batteries); one squadron of cavalry (4 troops); one battalion engineers (3 companies); one signal corps company; two field hospitals; two ambulance companies; one ammunition train, motor.  


Report of the Adjutant General  7
Organizations 8

Staff officers and Enlisted Men 14
Summary of Receipts and Disbursements 15

Commissioned & Re-Commissioned Officers [under construction]


Officers Lost from Service 22

Roll of Retired Officers, 1914-1919 only 

Summary of Iowa in the World War 33
Iowa National Guard Activitives
First Infantry First On Duty 36
Each Company 41
Recruiting Officers & Stations 45
New Organizations Formed 47
Confusion over Federal Oath 48
Fort Snelling R.O.T.C. 49
Medical Training Camps 50

Fort Sill School of Musketry 50
Roster 51
First Brigade 51
First Infantry 55
Second Infantry 158
Third Infantry 263
First Separate Company 412
Field Artillery 418
Cavalry 472
Engineers 495
Signal Corps 517
Ambulance Co. No. 1 520
Ambulance Co. No. 2 526
Field Hospital No. 1 531
Field Hospital No. 1 535
Ammunition Train 538
The Selective Service Activities 577
Selective Service Officials 611

General Orders 645


~reference: Report of the Adjutant General of Iowa for the Biennial Period Ended June 30, 1918, Published by the State of Iowa, Des Moines

~ contributed by Cay Merriman for Iowa in the Great War Special Project an IAGenWeb Special Project

~ transcribed by Constance Diamond for Iowa in the Great War, a IAGenWeb Special Project

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