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Army Field Artillery Center and School

Army Field Artillery Center and School

Field Armies & Fortifications in the Civil War The Eastern Campaigns, 1861-1864

Field [née Hodgson], Anne (1926-2011), army officer

LAMB, Graeme (Cameron Maxwell) (born 1953), Commander, Field Army, 2007–09

ROBINSON, Timothy Patrick (born 1967), Chief of Staff, Field Army, since 2015

SWINBURN, Richard (Hull) (born 1937), Deputy Commander-in-Chief, United Kingdom Land Forces, Commander, United Kingdom Field Army, and Inspector General, Territorial Army, 1994–95

OAKESHOTT, John Field Fraser (1899 - 1957), Director of Ordnance Services, Middle East Land Forces, since 1953; Col Comdt, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, since 1957

FIELD, Jill Margaret (born 1934), Matron-in-Chief (Army) and Director of Defence Nursing Services, 1989–92

HAILE SELLASSIE (1892 - 1975), Royal Victorian Chain; Field Marshal (Hon.) of the British Army; Emperor of Ethiopia, 1930, deposed 1974

ROOSEVELT, Theodore (1887 - 1944), Brigadier-General US Army; Vice-President, Boy Scouts of America; Trustee, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago; National Chairman, United Council for Civilian Relief in China

501 By the King. A Proclamation Commanding all Persons whatsoever in the Army to list* themselves and March in some Troope or Company on payne of Death. [The Field 9 August 1644]

LEIGHTON, Gerald (1868 - 1953), temp. hon. Lieut-Col Royal Army Service Corps (retired); Medical Officer (Foods) Department of Health for Scotland, retired; late Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, Royal Veterinary Coll. Edinburgh; late Editor Field Naturalists Quarterly

FIELD, Anne (1926 - 2011), Deputy Controller Commandant, Women’s Royal Army Corps, 1984–92 (Director, 1977–82); Chairman of Council, 1991–97, and Life Vice President, 1999, WRAC Association (Vice President, 1984–97)

BOXALL, Charles Gervaise (1852 - 1914), invented and organised City Imperial Volunteers for service in S Africa; Depot Commandant, 1899; Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel in army, 1900; Hon. Col 1st Home Counties Royal Field Artillery, 1907

CRONJE, Piet A. (1835 - 1911), Boer General; commanded the Western Army of the South African Republics; surrendered at Paardeberg to Field-Marshal Lord Roberts, 27 Feb. 1900; member of the Executive Council of the Transvaal Republic; Chief Native Commissioner

NORMAN, Henry Wylie (1826 - 1904), Governor of Chelsea Hospital from 1901; Field-Marshal in the Army, 1902; Vice-President of Royal Colonial Institute and Royal Geographical Society; Director of the Commercial Union Assurance Co.

O’CALLAGHAN, Robert Thomas Alexander (died 1903), Surgeon-in-Chief of the Langman Field Hospital and Major Royal Army Medical Corps in South Africa, 1900 (medal and clasps, despatches); Surgeon, French Hospital, London; Lieutenant-Colonel 1st Flintshire Royal Engineers (VD)

 

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Administrative and tactical organization composed of a headquarters, certain organic army troops, service support troops, a variable number of corps, and a variable number of divisions.

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