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The two Canadian soldiers who were responsible for ammunition were Corporal Ian Hamilton, an ammunition manager for the 3d Royal Canadian Regiment, and Sergeant Lue Sevigny, an ammunition technician for the 2d Service Battalion.
Army veteran of World War II, he served in the Europe Africa Middle East Theater as a medic assigned to the 1008 Engineer Service Battalion in France and Germany.
He was a member of the Headquarters and Service Battalion, 4[sup.
The long answer is that the human resources (HR) community was told to reduce its support command and control footprint on the battlefield, and the Army's transformation to brigade-centric operations allowed for the transfer of the functions of the personnel service battalion to the brigade S-1.
The Lit & Phil is also hosting a series of related talks, including Journey's End: the Drama of Conflict, by Richard Moore, this Thursday; and, next Tuesday, Tyne Shipyards in Wartime, by writer and The Journal sub-editor Ken Smith, and The Service Battalions of Northumberland and Durham in France and Flanders, by local military historian John Sheen.
Gen Petraeus said several ideas had been developed to deal with CLC members who were not interested in being integrated into the national police or army, such as civil service battalions that were to be tested in Baghdad.
The provision of the Aftercare Service for ex-members of the UDR and home service battalions of the RIR which succeeded it fulfils a Government pledge.
The memorial commemorates the raising of B Company, 9th Battalion and the 16th, 18th and 19th service battalions of the Northumberland Fusiliers by the Newcastle and Gateshead Chamber of Commerce in 1914.