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APPENDIX No. 4

SUMMARY OF LOSSES AND REPLACEMENTS
 
  LOSSES GAINS
  Officers Men Total Officers Men Total
April 6, 1917 to May 30, 1918 63 581 644 92 1,448 1.540
May 30, 1918 to July 16, 1918 36 559 595 31 655 686
July 16, 1918 to July 30, 1918 10 254 264 15 92 107
July 30, 1918 to Sept. 27, 1918 19 324 343 23 579 602
Sept. 27, 1918 to Oct. 10, 1918 11 154 165 3 71 74
Oct. 10, 1918 to Oct. 27, 1918 6 65 71 3 21 24
Oct. 27, 1918 to- Nov. 11, 1918 2 219 221 7 64 71
Nov. 11, 1918 to Dec. 19, 1918 12 150 162 14 287 301
Dec. 19, 1918 to July 21, 1918 44 264 308 52 247 299
  203 2,570 2,773 240 3,464 3.704
 
  Officers Men Total
Morning Report of April 6, 1917 25 675 700
Losses by transfer, evacuation, etc 203 2570 2773
Gains by transfer, replacement, etc 240 3464 3704
Morning Report of July 21, 1919 62 1569 1631
 
CASUALTIES OF THE SECOND REGIMENT OF ENGINEERS
 
CASUALTIES OF THE SECOND REGIMENT OF ENGINEERS
 
The authorized strength of an Engineer (Sapper) Regiment is: 52 Officers; 1697 Enlisted men.
 
United States, and W. A. Mitchell. 1920.
The Official History Of The Second Regiment Of Engineers And Second Engineer Train, United States Army, In The World War.
[San Antonio]: [San Antonio printing Co.].
 
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