21st Divisional Artillery Instruction 22 June 1916

21st Divisional Artillery Instruction 22 June 1916

APPENDIX S.
21 Div.
G.535.
XV Corps 1. “Q” 3.
62 Inf. Bde. 5. A.D.M.S. 1.
63 “ “ 5. A.P.M. 1.
64 “ “ 5. C. Comdt 1.
Div. Art. 2. D.A.D.O.S. 1.
Div. Eng. 4. 7th Div . 1.
Pioneers 1. 17th Div. 1.
Signals 1. 34th Div 1.
178 Tun. Co. 1. 50th Bde. 1.
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Reference 21 Div O.O. No. 55 dated 17.6.16
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DISTINCTIVE BADGES.

The following distinctive badges will be worn:-

(1.) Wire cutters – a white band 2” wide on the right forearm.
(2.) Carriers – a red badge 2” deep on the right shoulder strap.
(3.) Bombers (who are not on the badged establishment) – a white grenade 2 ½” in length on the right sleeve, just below the shoulder.
(4.) Medium & Heavy T.M. personnel – Yellow brassard 1” wide round each upper arm.
(5.) Infantry Runners – a yellow badge 2” square on each forearm.
(6.) Signal personnel – Blue and white brassard.
(7.) Div Cavalry and Cyclist Orderlies – Red arm band with “RUNNER” in white letters.
(8.) Artillery F.O.O’s – Green brassard on right arm.

Those mentioned in (5), (6), (7) and (8), as well as all Staff Officers, will be allowed to use “Up” and “Down” trenches in either direction.

Orders will be issued to the N.C.O’s in charge of picquets, detailed to regulate traffic in communication trenches, to the above effect.

H.E. Franklyn Captain
for Lieut Colonel
General Staff
21st Division
22.6.16

Included in 21 D.A. Instructions No 5

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