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Var Office, 31st May, 1913. [Grown Copyright Reserved.}
JUNE, 1913.
under the provisions of the Army Act, 1881, Section I63D, this Army List Is evidence
of the status and rank of the Officers mentioned In It.
I.—The KING, H.M. Aides-de-Camp,
Equerries, Hon. Physicians, Hon.
Surgeons, and Hon. Chaplains.
II.—Foreign Sovereigns who are Colonels-
in-Chief, &c.,of regiments.
III. —Army Council, Ac.
IV. —Inspector-General of the Home Forces.
V.—Inspector-General of the Oversea
VI.—Commands of the Army:—
1. Home:—(a.) Aldershot, Eastern,
Irish, London District, Northern,
Scottish, Southern, and Western
Commands. (6.) Channel Islands.
2. India.
3. Mediterranean.
4. Dominions, Colonies, and Protec¬
i^II.—Military Attaches to Embassies and
Legations at Foreign Courts.
1. Educational and Training.
2. Manufacturing.
3. Miscellaneous.
-Royal Flying Corps.
-Egyptian Army and Sudan Adminis¬
Cl.—Special Lists:—
1. Officers attached to Egyptian Army.
2. Officers now serving who are in
Civil Employment uuder Sudan
3 Officers interchanged between the
British and Indian Armies and
the Military Forces of the British
Dominions beyond the seas.
4. Officers now serving who are in
Civil and Colonial Military Em
pioyment, Ac.
5. Officers now serving who are hold¬
ing Miscellaneous Appointments.
6. Officers employed under Article
485, Royal Warrant.
7. Officers now serving who are
Staff College Graduates.
8. Officers now serving who are
qualified for Staff Employment
in consequence of Service on
the Staff in the Field.
9. Officers now serving who have
qualified in a course of instruc¬
tion at the Loudon School of
10. Officers now serving who ha^e
passed the final examination of the
Advanced Class,Ordnance College.
11. Officers now serving who have
passed the first year’s course at
the Ordnance College.
12. Officers now serving who have
obtained a 1st Class Certificate in
the Long Course of Gunnery or
Gunnery Staff Course prior to
1906, or have obtained the Certi¬
ficate of the Gunnery Staff Course
subsequent to 1905.
13. Officers now serving who have
qualified as Interpreters in Mod¬
ern Foreign Languages.
14. Officers granted Local, Temporary,
or Honorary Rank.
15. Officers who have been selected for
XII.—Field - Marshals ; General Officers,
Colonels and Brevet Colonels;
Officers, not shewn in any Regi¬
ment or Corps, extra Regimentally
XIII.—Officers unemployed, by ranks.
(continuid on page ii.)
7,665/914. 8,500. 6/13.
J. J. K. A Co?^Ltd.

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