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Mobilization Orders received by Major Watler A. Marden, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Infantry, Wisconsin national Guard. These orders were forwarded by the Adjutant Generals Office in Madison, WI from the Military Bureau in Washington DC: STATE OF WISCONSIN THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE MADISON July 12,1917. From: Adjutant General. To: Commanding Officers, Wisconsin National Guard. Subject: National Guard organizations called into Federal Service. 1. At the request of the Commanding General, Central Department, the following letter of the Chief Militia Bureau, is published for the information and guidance of all concerned. No, 106 Washington, D. C., July 7,1917. From: The Chief, Militia Bureau TO: The Officer in Charge Of Militia Affairs, Head-quarters, Central Department Subject: National Guard Organizations to be called into Federal Service Juicy 15,1917. I am enclosing herewith a list showing the National Guard organizations within your department that are to be called into Federal service on July 15,1917. In determining the number of Dental Surgeons authorized for each State you should be guided by Section 10 of the Act of June 3,1916, which authorizes one Dental Surgeon for each one thousand enlisted men of the line. In determining the number of assistant veterinarians for mounted organizations you should be guided by the number of animals with the organization. In no case should the number authorized for mounted organizations by Section 16 of the Act of June 3,1916, and Tables of Organization. United States Army, 1917,be exceeded. W. A. MANN Brig. Gen. General Staff. HQ. Central Dept., Chicago, Ill., July 9,1917. Copy furnished for information of all concerned. By command of Major General Barry, H. 0. S. HEISTAND Adjutant General, Dept. Adjutant. WISCONSIN Natl. Guard Organizations to be called into Federal service July 15. Headquarters, 1st Brigade 1st Infantry 2nd Infantry Troops A, B, C, D, F, G. H, I, K, Cavalry Troop-- Cavalry at Eau Claire Battalion Headquarters, 1st Bn., lst Field Artillery Battery A, Field Artillery Battery B, Field Artillery Battery C, Field Artillery Separate Battery D, Field Artillery Separate Battery E, Field Artillery Separate Battery F, Field Artillery 1st Battalion Engineers 1st Separate Company, Infantry Ambulance Company No. 1 Ambulance Company No. 2 Field Hospital Company No.1 Field Hospital Company No.2 Organizations reported as existing June 25,1917. Inspection necessary before recognition and muster into Federal service. Headquarters and Supply Companies, lst Field Artillery Headquarters Troop Machine Gun Troop Supply Troop Troop M, Cavalry Headquarters and Supply Detachment, lst Bn, Signal Corps Company A, Signal Corps Company B, Signal Corps 4th, Regiment Infantry 5th, Regiment Infantry 6th, Regiment Infantry 1st Separate Company listed above to be one of the companies in either the 4th, 5th, or 8th, Regiments of Infantry.
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