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Second Artillery Regiment.


Company.


Strength.


Increase.


Decrease.


Company.


Strength.


Increase.


Decrease.


Co. "A" ..


59
64
70
66
67
62
68
64




5


Co. "A"__
Co. " B "..
Co. "C"-
Co."D".-
Co. "E"..
Co. "F'-.-
Co. "G"__
Co."H"


114

52
72
66
67
60
66
7.-^


4




Co."B"-_.


2
4


13


Co. "C"-_.






8


Co. "D" -


2






5


Co."E"._.




14




Co. "F" .-




3


1


Co. "G"-_


1


5




Co. "H"...


10








1




Total


520


10


10


Total....


570


33


27




First Artiller


y Regiment.




Fifth Infantry Battalion.


Company.


Strength.


Increase.


Decrease.


Company.


Strength.


Increase.


Decrease.


Co. "A"....


54
57
58
65
60
54


2

1




Co. "A" ....
Co. "B".._.

Co. "C".

Co. '• D "....


65
61
62
63




4


Co. "B"






17


Co. "C"








Co. "E"....








5


Co. "F"....


3






Co. "G".-..


6




:::::::::.:::!










1


Total


348


6


6


Total


251




26















Unattached Companies.



CuMPANY.



Strength.


Increase.


Decrease.


47
117
65
75
60
65
71
66




10




1




2


4




4




10


5




2






566


9


29



San Bernardino Cavalry

Eagle Corps-.;

Company "B," San Diego City Guard

San Francisco Hussars

Oakland Light Cavalry

Stockton Guard

Chico Guard

Eureka Guard

Total



V. The total strength of the National Guard, exclusive of Cadets, is, according to this show-
ing, 2,255. At the end of last year it was 2,295, showing a reduction of 40, for which falling
off the commands outside the three regiments of the division must be held responsible, the
First Infantry and the First Artillery Regiments holding their own, whilst the Second shows
an increase of six men.

"VI. The following companies fall below the minimum required by Section 1962 of the Alil-
itaryCode: The San Bernardino Cavalrv, disbanded ; Company " B," Light Battery, Second
Artillery Regiment; Companies "A," " B," •' C," " F," and " G," of the First Artillery Regi-
ment; Company "A," of the First Infantry Regiment, and the Oakland Light Cavalry.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



69



Sacramento, May 28, 1883.
[General Orders, No. 20.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage of the National Guard of California for tlie
month of April, 1883:



First Infantry


• Regiment.


First Artillery Kegiment.


Second Artillei


y Regiment.


Fifth Infanti


y Battalion.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Co. "A"—
Co. "B"-_-
Co. "C" -
Co. "D" - .
Co. "E"_.


69.89
54.85
62.75
61.68
64.17
62.75
60.00
.68.37


Co. "A"-
Co. "B"__
Co. "C"-
Co. "E'-..
Co. "F"-
Co."G"..
Cadets


60.72
78.57
77.96
69.23
84.74
84.04
84.18


Co. "A"-
Co. "B"_.
Co. "C"-.
Co. "D"..
Co. "E"_.
Co. «F".-
Co. "G"..
Co. "H"-
Cadets


71.79
65.81
89.31
82.52
53.43
72.58
45.24
77.09
94.89


Co. "A"_.
Co. "B"-_
Co. "C'.-
Co. "D"_.


68.84
69.05
60.08
69.67


Co. "F"






Co. "G"_ -






Co. "H"




























Percentage
of Reg't. -


63.02


Percentage
of Eeg't_.


76.21


Percentage
of Reg't_-


73.99


Percentage
of Batt'n-


66.93



Unattached Companies.



Company.



Percentage.



Company " B," San Diego City Guard

San Francisco Hussars

Oakland Light Cavalry

Stockton Guard

Chico Guard

Eureka Guard



79.23
64.63
55.77
77.61
74.24
69.69



II. The return of the Eagle Corps, Los Angeles, not having yet reached these Headquarters,
the percentage of that company, and of the National Guard, for the month of Ajjril, are neces-
sarily deferred to future Orders.

III. The attention of company commanders is again directed to the necessity of recruit-
ing their several commands, especially where their strength borders on the minimum prescribed
by law. The annual allowance prescribed in Section 2099, Political Code, will be dispensed in
strict accordance with the letter of the law.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.

Sacramento, June 5, 1883.
[General Orders, No. 22.]

The following regulations, issued by the Inspector-General of Rifle Practice, N. G. C, are
hereby approved and promulgated for the information of the National Guard of California :

Inspector-General's Department op Rifle Practice,

State op California, No. 116 Market Street,

San Francisco, June 2, 1883.

Regulations governing the selection of a Team from the National Guard, which is to compete at Car-
son City, September 17, 1883, with a like Team from the National Guard of Nevada, for the Cal-
ifornia Rifle Association's Pacific Slope Trophy.

Team to be composed of ten men and two alternates.

Open to all members of the National Guard of California, who must appear in either full
dress or undress uniform.

Distances — 200 yards, 10 shots, position, standing; 500 yards, 10 shots, position, lying down,
head to target, two sighting shots.

Competitions at Shell Mound Park on June seventeenth, twenty-fourth, July first, eighth,
and fifteenth, commencing at ten o'clock.

Entrance fee for the five comj^etitions, $2 50, which must be paid before shooting commences.
The amount so realized to be used iu paying markers, etc., both at these competitions and the
practices of the team selected.



70

Competitions limited to one entry per day.

Arm : U. S. Springfield rifle, caliber 45, with any military sight. Six pounds pull of trigger.

The rules of the National Eifle Association to govern in all other respects.

CHAS. SONNTAG,
Colonel and Inspector-General Rifle Practice.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adj utant-General.



SACRA^fENTO, .June 7, 1883.
[General Orders, No. 23.]

I. In compliance with law, the National Guard of California will parade on Wednesday,
July fourth, in commemoration of the one hundred and seventh anniversary of American
Independence.

II. Brigade commanders are directed to forward to General Headquarters, on or before .July
twentieth, Consolidated Parade Reports of their respective commands.

III. The Annual Inspection and Muster, provided for in Section 1970 of the Political Code,
may take place on the same date, or any other day of the month (Sundays excepted), approved
by brigade commanders.

IV. The Muster Rolls required must be forwarded to Brigade Headquarters on or before the
first day of August, to Division Headquarters on or before the tenth day of August, and to
General Headquarters on or before the twentieth day of August, 1883.

V. Every officer charged with the preparation of Muster Rolls should give his special atten-
tion to such duty; if not himself a good penman, he should select such a one from his com-
mand, as neatness of the rolls is a matter of great importance. One copy of the roll must
alwaj's be retained with the company records, as reference to it is necessary, especially when
making up the roll for the next year. The roll must be carefully compared, by the company
commander, with the Muster Roll of the previous year, before it is forwarded. Upon receipt
of the rolls at Regimental and Brigade Headquarters, the}' will there be compared with those
of the preceding year, and if not correct they will be returned. Until they are absolutely cor-
rect, such company shall be considered delinquent at General Headquarters, and the demands
for allowances from the State will not be jsresented to the Board of Military Auditors until the
required corrections are made.

VI. Under the head of " Changes since last Muster," it is necessary to enter only such names
as appeared on the previous Muster Roll as members, and have since ceased to be members,
giving in the proper column the explanation, with date and number of order, etc. The appoint-
ments of non-commissioned officers, promotions, and reductions, are not enumerated under this
head, they being accounted for on the Monthly Returns as they take place, and the fact noted
in the column of remarks on the Muster Roll.

VII. Company commanders will report on Muster Roll under the proper heading: First,
amount of ordnance stores on hand at last muster; second, amount on hand at present time;
third, amount expended, etc., in service.

VIII. Company commanders will not carry on their rolls any member whose term of service
has expired, unless oath of reenlistment is forwarded at date of muster, but all such will be
reported at once for discharge for " expiration of term of service."

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, June 18, 1883.
[Genei'al Orders iVo. 24.]

In view of the insufficient amount appropriated by the last Legislature for the expenses of
the N. G. C, for the thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth fiscal years, no regimental encampments will
be held b}', and no permission will be granted to, any regiment, b}' brigade or other com-
manders, to go into camp during the next fiscal year.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adj utant-General.



Sacramento, July 2, 1883.
[ General Orders, Am3." 25.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage of the National Guard of California for the
month of May, 1883: ,



71



First Infantry Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Fifth Infantry Battalion.


Company.


Percentage.


Compamy.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Co."A" -
Co. "B"—
Co."C" -
Co. "D"...


65.83
63.46
60.57
62.42
53.73
63.26
54.03
• 73.16


Co. "A"-
Co. " B "..
Co. " C "-.
Co. "E-'-
Co. "F-'-
Co. "G"„
Co. " H "_.
Cadets


66.85
54.07
88.43
66.88
69.57
38.84
76.67
96.37


Co. "A"-
Co. «B"..
Co. "C"-
Co. "D".-
Co. "E".-
Co. "F"..


83.33
66.03
75.46
78.43
68.85
77.54


Co."A"..
Co. "B"-.:
Co. "C"-'
Co."D"_.


64.65
62.50
58.49
70.82


Co. "E"._-
Co. "F'-.-
Co. "G"—
Co."H"—


















1


Percentage
of Reg't_.


Percentage
62.00 ' of Eeg't-


74.07


Percentage
of Reg't-_.


75.23


Percentage
of Batt'n -


64.35


First Artillery Regiment.


Unattached Companies.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.




Co. "A"„
Co. "B"..
Co. "C"-
Co. "E"-.
Co. "F"_-
Co. "G"._
Cadets


68.11
81.14
81.66
67.69
88.13
70.47
88.85


Eagle Corp








45.48


s/^n TTnsaar








54.25


Oaklnnd J,\fTUt PavQl








59.04


Stockton G
Chico Gua
Eureka Gu










73.43


rd






56.71








78.94










Percentage
of Reg't—


80.75

I










II. The percentage of the Eagle Corps for April, 1883, was 51.70; and that of the National
Guard, 68.67. , ,

III. The return of Company "B," San Diego City Guard, not having yet reached these
Headquartei-s, the percentage of that company, and of the National Guard, for the month of
Mav, are necessarily deferred to future Orders.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, August 2, 1883.
[Gene7-al Orders, No. 27.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage of the ISTational Guard of California for the
month of June, 1883:



First Infantry Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Fifth Infantry Battalion.


Company.


Percentage. Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Co."A"—
Co. "B'-.-
Co. "C'.-
Co. "D"— .
Co. "E'^-
Co. "F'-.-
Co. "G".-
Co "H"


69.26
78.23
65.72
67.18
55.55
68.94
58 98


Co. "A-'-
Co. "B".-
Co. "C"..
Co. "D-'.-
Co. "E-'-
Co. "F"_.


59.37
48.63
87.03
83.89
69.23
63.33
29.03
79.50
94.41


Co. "A'^-
Co. "B-'-
Co. "C"-
Co. "D".-
Co. "E"_.
Co. "F"._


85.93
77.20
71.89
68.49
71.68
78.88


Co. "A"...
Co. "B-'.-
Co. "C'-
Co. "D".-


67.54
68.37
65.21
75.57










75 10 f^ "M"














Cadets






















Percentage
ofReg't.-


67.19


Percentage
ofReg't—


71.78


Percentage
of Reg'l_-


75.57


Percentage
of Batt'n —


66.69



72



First Artillery Eegiment.


Uuattaclied Companies.




CompaDy.


Percentage.-


Percentage.


Co. "A"...


80.65
81.35
78.12
64.17
85.24
71.21
87.12


Company "B," San Diego City Guard


80.38


Co. "B"...


Eagle Corps . ._


41.50


Co. "C.-


Sau Francisco Hussars ..


61.53


CC'E"...


Oakland Light Cavalry


57.71


Co. "F"...


Stockton Guard-


69.01


Co. "G" ._


Chico Guard .




Cadets


Eureka Guard _.


70.17








Percentage
ofReg't..


79.78





II. The percentage of Company "B," San Diego City Guard, for May^ 1883, was 75.19 ; that
of Company "D," Second Artillery Regiment, 83.89; and that of the National Guard, 69.23.

III. The return of the " Chico Guard," not laaving reached these Headquarters, the percentage
of that company, and of the National Guard, for the mouth of June, are necessarily deferred to
future Orders.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, August 10, 1883.
[Getieral Orders, No. 29.]

I. In accordance with the requirements of Section 2018, Subdivision 2, of the Political Code,
the National Guard of California will parade on the ninth day of September for target practice
under the supervision of the Inspector of Rifle Practice, and subject to such, further rules and
regulations as may be prescribed by the division and brigade commanders.

II. In the target practice of the National Guard of California, the rules of the National
Eifle Association will govern.

III. The distance for. companies armed with Springfield rifles, cal. 45 and cal. 50, will be
two hundred yards. The distance for cavalry companies armed with carbines will be two hun-
dred yards.

IV. Each officer and enlisted man of companies, excepting only musicians, drummers, and
markers, will fire ten shots. No sighting shots will be allowed.

V. Commanders of companies will furnish a correct roll of the members of their -respective
commands to the Inspectors of Rifle Practice, who will be careful to provide themselves with
such rolls at least one day prior to the date fixed for target practice; and also know from per-
sonal observation that the targets, discs, weights, etc., are in readiness, thus obviating any
unnecessary delay on the arrival of companies at the grounds.

VI. The Regimental and Battalion Inspectors of Rifle Practice must forward to the Brigade
Inspector of Rifle Practice, within ten days after the practice shall have taken place, certified
copies of the same. The Brigade Inspector of Rifle Practice will certify to the reports and for-
ward them Avithin ten days after their receipt to the Division Inspector of Rifle Practice, who
must also certify to their correctness, and forward them within ten da.ys after their receipt to
the Inspector-General of Rifle Practice. The Inspector-General of Rifle Practice must make
his report and forward the returns to General Headquarters not later than October twentieth.

VII. Regimental and Battalion Inspectors of Rifle Practice must carefully preserve the orig-
inal reports, so they may be enabled to furnish such information as may be required by Com-
manders of regiments, battalions, and such others as may be entitled to the information
contained therein.

VIII. When ))racticable, commissioned officers will be detailed to act as score-keepers at the
firing points; at least one non-commissioned officer should be detailed to assist at the targets,
and Inspectors will call on their respective commanders for such details as they may require for
this purpose.

IX. Blanks for reports of Target Practice and necessary ammunition for rifles and carbines,
cal. 45, will be furnished to the diflerent commands bj' the brigade commanders. The money
value of ammunition used will not be computed, but requisition will be made on General Head-
quarters for such quantity as may be required by law.

X. Brigade commanders will issue such orders as they may deem proper, prescribing target
practice for the artillery companies of their respective commands, and commanding officers will
take all necessary steps to insure a strict compliance with these General Orders and the " Rules
and.Regulations governing the N. G. C."



73

XI. Attention is called to paragraphs 4S5 to 504, inclusive, " Rules and Eegulatioiis govern-
ing the X. G. C."

By order of the Conifnander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant- General.

Sacramento, September 1, 1883.
[Genervl Orders, JN^o. 30.]

I. The following apiiointment on the Staff of his Excellency George Stoneman, Governor

and Commander-in-Chief, is announced for the information of the National Guard of California :

Lieutenant-Colonel Cabel H. Maddox, Aid-de-Camp on the Staff of the Commander-in-Chief,

to be Colonel and Judge- Advocate-General, with rank from date of this order, vice Godfrey,

resigned.

it. He will be obeyed and respected accordingl3'^.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, August 30, 1883.
[General Orders, iVb.31.]

The recommendation of the Court of Inquiry, convened in obedience to S. 0. N'o. 28, Second
Brigade, N. G. C, having been approved by the brigade and division commanders, is approved
by the Commander-in-Chief.

Company " F," Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade, N. G. C, is hereby disbanded, and
will be mustered out of the service at the earliest practicable time.

Brigadier-General W. H. Dimond will detail an officer to execute this order.

The officers of said company are hereby honorably discharged from the service of the State.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, September 1, 1883.
[ General Orders, No. 32.]

Colonel Robert Tobiu, commanding Third Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade, N. G. C, is
hereby authorized to organize a company of infantry, to replace Company " F," disbanded by
General Orders, No. 31.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY%

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, September 1, 1883.
[General Orders, A'b. 33.]

I. The following is announced as the percentage of the National Guard of California for the
month of July, 1883:



First Infantry Regiment.


Second Artillery Regiment.


Third Infantry Regiment.


Fifth Infantry Battalion.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Co. "A" ._-
Co. "B"._.
Co. "C"—
Co."D"...
Co. "E"—


53.54
66.13
66.26
72.28
55.13
65.82
67.05
72.96


Co. "A" ._.
Co."B".-
Co. "C"-_-
Co."D".„
Co. "E"._.
Co. "F'^.-
Co. "G-'.-
Co. "H"...
Cadets


56.38
67.11
88.65
86.68
77.01
61.11
37.34
82.89
91.12


Co. "A" ..
Co. "B"..
Co. "C'-
Co."©".-
Co. " E "_.
Co. "F"__


74.33
60.84
67.47
77.81
68.11
48.85


Co. "A" -.
Co. "B"_.
Co. "C'-
Co. "D"_-


67.05
62.50
62.24
65.07


Co. "F". .






Co. "G"-.-






Co."H"._.




















1










Percentage
ofReg't..


64.56


Percentage
ofReg't.-


73.02


Percentage
ofReg't_.


66.06


Percentage
of Batt'n-


64.35



74



First Artillery Kegiment.


Unattached Companies.


Percentage.


Company.


Percentage.


Co. "A" -


88.63
71.82
71.86
57.14
78.01
70.72
. 75.43


Company " B," San Diego City Guard


85.01


Co. "B"...


Eagle Corps


47.46


Co. "C"-..


San Francisco Hussars _ .


73.40


Co. "E". .


Oakland Light Cavalry


48.90


Co. "F-'-.-


Stockton Guard -


80.55


Co. "G"—


Chico Guard


68.65


Cadets . J


Eureka Guard


95.16








Percentage
ofEeg't—


75.04





II. The percentage of the Chico Guard for June, 1883, was 65.67, and of the National
Guard, 69.65.

III. The percentage of the National Guard for July, 1883, was 67.86.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, September 18, 1883.
[General Orders, No. 35.]

I. With feelings of deep regret, the Commander-in-Chief announces to the National Guard
of California tlie death of General George S. Evans, formerly Adjutant-General of the State.

II. He was a gallant soldier, who served his country in her hoar of need, faithfully and
well; and his memory will long be cherished among the historic few who laid the foundation
of California's greatness.

III. As a mark of respect to his memory, and a recognition of his highly valuable services
to the National Guard of California, it is hereby ordered that the colors of the N. G. C. be draped
in mourning for tliirty days, and officers will wear the usual badge during the same period.

By order of the Commander-in-Chief.

GEORGE B. COSBY,

Adjutant-General.



Sacramento, September 22, 1883.
[ General Orders, No. 36.]

I. The following results of the annual muster and inspection are announced for the infor-
mation of the National Guard :

First Infantry Regiment.





Id


>


1^


1^


M


O


tr


^,




SS




?


?




%




£.




















Company.


1 S-






i




1






Co. "A"


40
44
45

48
36
59
43
51

366


22
18
17
14
29
12
15
10


62
62
62
62
65
71
58
61


62
66
65
67
81
61
67
61


21
32
16
15

18

40

9

23


21






Co. "B"_


36

19

20

34

30 ...

18

23


4

3

5

16

9




Co. "C"




Co. "D" .




Co. "E"




Co. "F"


10


Co. "G"




Co. "H"












Total


137


503


530


174


201


27









Percentage of regiment present at muster, 72.76. The highest percentage present was that of
Company " H," 83.60; and the lowest, Company " E," 55.38.

The Inspector reports discipline, instruction, military appearance, arms, and property of five
companies in the above regiment, " good;" two. Company "A" and Company " F," "excel-
lent;" and one, Company "E," "fair."



75



Second Artillery Regiment.



COMPANT.


1!

! S3


>

a-


£
1


5"


Increase


Decrease


1




Co. "A"


59
49
61
52
47
40
24
64
95


25

12

5

9

17

18

18

1

33


84
61
66
61
64
58
42
65
128


111
63

79
70
60
62
68
60
101


19
31
18
16
33
26
9
35
88


46
33
31
25

29 —
30

35

30 ...
61 ...


27

2
13

9

T
26




Co. "B"




Co."C"




Co."D" - .




Co. "E" .


4


Co. "F"




Co- "G"




Co. "H"

Cadets


5

27


Total


491


138


. 629


674


275


320 1


45


Net loss



Percentage of regiment present at muster, 78.06. The highest percentage was that of Com-
pany " H," 98.46; and the lowest, Company " G," 57.14.

The Inspector reports discipline, instruction, military appearance, arms, and property of the
Second Artillery Regiment — in one company, the " Cadets," " excellent ;" in five, " good ;" in
one, Company "A," " fair," and no report, under these heads, from Comjianies " G " and " H."



Third Infantry Regiment.



Company.



►a


>


1^






E








1 !=






1 "■







Co. "A".
Co. "B'f_
Co. "C".
Co. "D".
Co. "E".
Co. "F".

Total



43


25


39


16


50


21


46


15


54


15


48


21


280


113



68
55
71
61
69
69



393



Percentage of regiment present at muster, 71.24. The highest percentage was that of Com-
pany •' E," 78.26; and the lowest, Company "A," 63.23.

The Inspector reports discipline, arms, etc., of all the compaaies of the Third Infantry as
"good."

Fifth Infantry Battalion.





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1-3


H





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c-i


o




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o


a






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Company.


23
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B


P






1
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Co. "A"


53
30
39


9
36

26


62
66
65


67
83
51


19
23
60


24
40

46


5
17




Co. "B"




Co. "C"


14


Co. "D"


46


23


69


69


10


10










Total


168


94


262


270


112


120


8


Net loss



Percentage of battalion present at muster, 64.12. The highest percentage was that of Com-
pany "A," 85.48; and the lowest, Company "B," 45.45.

Inspector reports military discipline, arms, etc., of this battalion "good."



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Company.


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§




E


i


o


c-i




71
I

5'


Co. "A"


45
35
49

38
51
32

48


11

34
15
29
10
22
8


56
69
64
67
61
54
56


53
73
65
66
60
61
59


18

11

4

8
17
26


23

22

12

3

7
24
29


4'
1

- Y
3


3


Co. " B " -




Co. "G"




Co. "E"


1


Co."F" -


1


Co. "G"




Cadets








Total


298


129


427


437


110


120


10


Net loss



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