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Suggestions by employees of certain establishments of Ordnance Department.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Cash reward for suggestions by certain employees of Ordnance Department for improvement or economy in manufacturing plants|
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Books of reference for Scottish Ordnance Survey maps. National Library of Scotland holds full rights in this digital resource and agrees to license the resource under the Creative Commons License: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike UK: Scotland. The battle of turning out the needed quantity of ordnance was won—with the help of a superb industrial machine. Audience This volume, should interest not only military men but also scientists, industrialists, and laymen in general.
The articles supplied by the Ordnance Department for use of the Medical Department during the war were comparatively few in number. They comprised horse equipment, guidons and standard carriers, small arms, and certain articles of individual equipment, such as belt, canteen, mess kit, hand ax, spurs. Focusing on the day-to-day operations of the U.S. armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, from to , this book shows what the "new technology" of mechanized production meant in terms of organization, management, and worker morale.4/5.
The lists also agreed on: establishment of a motor vehicle assembly plant at the head of the Persian Gulf; a small motor repair shop near Bombay; a repair shop at Agra, India, for signals equipment of American make; an ordnance repair shop at Karachi for tank engines and bodies; a base ordnance workshop at Tehran to assemble, service, and check. The ordnance department had both commissioned and enlisted men in its service, and included a great number of civilian employees. Despite a rough start at the beginning of the Civil War, the amount of munitions that arsenals produced increased dramatically, and the quality of the articles that they made was highly praised.
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The Ordnance Department was organized as a distinct branch of our military establishment by an act of Congress approved The duty of providing military stores for the army and militia had devolved prior to that time upon a purveyor of public supplies acting under the direction of the Secretary of War.
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Army - 3 May by Army Service Forces - United States Army and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles. no general appropriation is made for the payment of the salaries of ordnance employees at ordnance establishments. all of the money appropriated for the ordnance department, that is available for ordnance establishments, is for the fulfillment of a definite activity or the procurement of some specific articles.
In addition, he made recommendations not only for increasing the field organization supporting the Artillery but also for establishing a civil branch of the Ordnance Department.
8 In accordance with his suggestions, the Continental Congress in October authorized the appointment of a deputy commissary of military stores for the troops near New York. United States. Army. Ordnance Department: Directions for using, mounting and dismounting 1-pdr.
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History: Ordnance functions first centralized under an Ordnance Department by an act of (2 Stat. Superseded by a Combined Corps of Ordnance and Artillery, established by the act reducing the size of the army (3 Stat.
), March 2, The Ordnance Department of the Federal Army By O. Hunt, Captain, United States Army. The provision of muskets and cannon for the vast army of volunteers that flocked to Washington in answer to President Lincoln's call for troops, presented a problem hardly second in importance to the actual organization and training of these citizen soldiers.
The Board of Ordnance was a British government body. Established in the Tudor period, it had its headquarters in the Tower of London. Its primary responsibilities were 'to act as custodian of the lands, depots and forts required for the defence of the realm and its overseas possessions, and as the supplier of munitions and equipment to both the Army and the Navy'.
The Board also. The Chief of Ordnance, under the Secretary of War, is, by law, charged with the command, administration, and government of the Ordnance Department, and by virtue of this authority issues such orders and directions to its officers, soldiers, and employees as the necessities of the ordnance service demand.
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gen. classification and overtime compensation - truck drivers where proper administrative action has been taken to eliminate the position of truck driver, heavy duty, in the field service of the ordnance branch of the war department from the purview of the classification act, and, also, to include such positions under the 40 hour week statute of.
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The Ordnance Department swelled exponentially in WWII and applied the lessons it learned in WWI. The Ordnance Department was responsible for roughly half of all Army procurement during World War II, $34 billion dollars.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s ‘Arsenal of Democracy’ depended on the Ordnance Department to become a reality.
Ordnance Dept: A compilation of the laws of the United States relating to and affecting the Ordnance Department: as enacted from April 2,to J / (Washington: G.P.O., ), also by William A. De Caindry (page images at HathiTrust).
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It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. (Record Group ) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History Records of Naval Districts Records of the 1st Naval District (Boston, MA) Records of the 3d Naval District (New York, NY) Records of the 4th Naval District (Philadelphia, PA) Records of the 5th Naval District (Norfolk, VA).
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Introduction. The introduction to this investigation of the Admiralty in the World War 1-era, is found in what is now Part 2 - Development of Admiralty Organisation The hope was that the organisation - the chain of command - of the Admiralty would follow naturally, but this has proved to be far more difficult than originally envisaged.This was in keeping with Ordnance Department policy of having certain government establishments operated by industry so that needed military personnel could be released for troop duty.
However, negotiations between the Ordnance Department and Concan Ordnance broke off in Novemberwith the Army retaining management of arsenal operations. Glassdoor gives you an inside look at what it's like to work at U.S.
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