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Motor Transport Corps.


TIME AND PLACE OF ORGANIZATION:
Service Park Unit No. 303, Dec. 11, 1917, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Service Park Unit No. 363, March 15, 1918, Camp Meigs, Washington, D. C.
 
SUB~DIVISIONS:
M. T C. Detachment, Headquarters Second Division.
S. P. U. 303.
S. P. U. 363.
 
Names of Commanding Officers.
Major W. C. Mahoney.
2nd Lieut. Leonard Vezina, S. P. U. 303.
Capt. Bert. C. Bronson, S. P. U. 363.
 
Dates of Arrival in France.
Jan. 28 and April 13, 1918.
 
Training Periods.
Bourmont area from Feb. 3 to March 16, 1918. (S. P. U. 303).
 
Verdun Sector.
S . P. U. 303 served with 2nd Division from March 19 to May 15, 1918. Headquarters at St. Andre. S. P. U. 363 joined at Scrupt latter part of May.
 
Aisne~Marne Defensive (Chateau Thierry).
Both units served during the entire time the Division was in line here, stationed at La Ferte and Meaux.
 
Aisne-Marne Offensive (Soissons).
Headquarters south of Soissons July 18—22, 1918.
 
Marbache Sector.
Aug. 3—17. The shops at this time worked approximately eighteen hours a day.
 
St. Mihiel Offensive.
During the preparation for and execution of this drive the shops were continually moving, Sept. 9—16.
 
Meuse-Argonne Offensive (Champagne).
Oct. 3—24, with headquarters at Suippes.
 
Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
Exermont to Beaumont, between Nov. 1 and Nov. 11.
 
March to the Rhine.
Started Nov. 21, four days after the Division. Arrived at present station, Rasselstein, Germany, on Dec. 14.
 
THE SECOND DIVISION
SYLLABI OF THE HISTORIES OF REGIMENTS AND SEPARATE ORGANIZATIONS
From dates of organization to June 1, 1919.
Coblenzer Volkszeitung, Coblenz, Germany.
 
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