The reconstruction work will be more or less of a temporary character , suited to
passing a few trains at low speed , and will be done by railway troops with such
civil or other military assistance as may be available . The more permanent work
Author: William Durward Connor
... and army areas Communications zone Operator and equipment
Organizational mechanics Engineer maintenance ... neither organized nor
responsible for performing first and second heavy shop companies , operating
with fixed military and ...
Author: United States. War Department
The staff of civilian assistants will consist of such railway officials , operatives ,
and other employees as may be available or necessary for the proper working of
the military railways . As far as military conditions will permit , civilians will be
Author: United States. War Dept
Featuring 256 drawings, this history of military trains and railways from 1853 through 1953 describes how the railroad transformed the nature of warfare.
Author: Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage
The four Railway Pioneer regiments were officered by R.E. regular officers and
the other ranks consisted in the main of English miners who had fled from the
Transvaal at the outbreak of war . ( Official Report on Military Railways , South
Author: Society for Army Historical Research (London, England)
Mr. John F. Stevens, an eminent American railway engineer, then in Russia, had
cabled the Secretary of State requesting that ... As the office of the Director
General, Military Railways, had organized all the railroad regiments for France, it
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Author: Source Wikipedia
This book covers the history of the system from its beginnings through to its demise and also details the significant remains of a once mighty network.
Author: Mark Smithers
Publisher: Pen and Sword
In conclusion , I would like to call attention again to the tremendous responsibility
which rests upon the military railway organization in time of war , to emphasize
the importance of adequately planning the construction and operation of military
OVERSEAS ACTIVITIES OF U. S. MILITARY RAILWAY SERVICE OPERATING
BATTALIONS . ” By BRIGADIER GENERAL ANDREW F. MCINTYRE Chief , Rail
Division , Army Service Forces , Washington , D. C. Thank you very much , Mr.
Author: New York Railroad Club
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.
Author: William Durward Connor
Publisher: Franklin Classics
Soldier - railroaders will operate military railway lines close behind the battle -
fronts wherever the fighting men go , Brigadier General Andrew F. McIntyre ,
Chief , Rail Division , Army Transportation Corps , declared in a recent address
Mr. Cheltenham College and at the Royal Inspecting Officer , on his retirement
from Pallant joined the service of the Great Military Academy , Woolwich . He was
the Army , in 1946. In 1954 , in the comEastern Railway in 1916. After gaining ...