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Special Collaborators in Field Service--Continued. 12. Home education-Continued.

Charles Foster Smith, professor of Greek and classical philology, University of Wisconsin, Madiso

Wis.

Joseph L. Wheeler, librarian, Youngstown Public Library, Youngstown, Ohio. 13. Racinal

groups: S. G. Atkins, principal Slater Industrial and State Normal School, Winston-Salem, N. C. 14, Georgraphy:

Ray H. Whitbeck, professor of geography, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 15. Illiteracy: Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, president Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Frankfort, Ky.

II. DEPARTMENT OF STATE: EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES.

(1) School of consular instruction, Washington, D. C. (2) Student interpreters' schools: (a) Constantinople, Turkey; (b) Tokyo, Japan; (c) Peking, China.

III.-DEPARTMENT OF WAR: SYSTEM OF MILITARY EDUCATION.

1. United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y.
For the education of Cadets (prospective officers) of the Army, with the following primary objects:

(a) Toso develop the powers of analysis that the mind may reason to a logical conclusion.
(6) To instill discipline and a high sense of honor.
(C) To bring its graduates to the threshold of their profession properly equipped to pursue its study.

2. Special service schools, for each arm and department. For preparation for technical and tactical duties in the particular arm or service for duty with troops. Students are the junior officers of the Army. Courses are both basic and advanced.

(1) Infantry school, Camp Benning, Ga.l
(2) Cavalry school, Fort Riley, Kans.
(3) Field Artillery schools:

(a) School of fire, Fort Sill, Okla.
(b) Basic school, Camp Knox, Ky.!

(c) Tactical school, Camp Bragg, N. C.
(4) Coast Artillery school, Fort Monroe, Va.!
(5) Engineer school, Camp Humphreys, Va.!
(6) Ordnance schools:

(1) The Ordnance school of application at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Md., for the

purpose of instructing officers of the department in mechanical and chemical engineering,

dealing principally with the theory of ordnance design. (2) The Ordnance school of technology, Watertown Arsenal, Watertown, Mass., for the instruc

tion of officers of the department in metallurgy and metallography, metallurgical chemistry, testing materials, shopwork, machine, smith and foundry, arsenal and general,

administration, steam, power and compressed air. (3) The Ordnance operation, maintenance, and repair school, Raritan Arsenal, Metuchen, N.J.,

for the instruction of enlisted men of the Ordnance Department and others who may be detailed to take courses to train them to become machinists, blacksmiths, welders, automobile and tractor mechanics, small arms machine gun armorers, explosive specialists,

artillery mechanics, saddlers, woodworkers, depot clerks and ordnance sergeants. (7) Signal Corps school: Camp Alfred Vail, Little Silver, N.J. (Training camp for enlisted men and

junior officers.) (8) Air Service schools:

Aviation schools.

(a) Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, Fla. (pilot school).
(6) March Field, Riverside, Calif. (pilot school).
(c) Kelley Field, San Antonio, Tex. (mechanics' school).
(d) Langley Field, Va. (photographic school).

Balloon schools.
(1) Fort Omaha, Nebr.;
(2) Ross Field, Arcadia, Calif.;
(3) Brooks Field, San Antonio, Tex.;
(4) Lee Hall, Va.;

(5) Airship school, Langley Field, Hampton, Va. (9) Tank Corps schools: (a) Technical school, Camp Meade, Md.1 (6) Tactical school, Camp Benning

Ga. (10) Chemical war service school, Washington, D.C.

1 Proposed. Awaiting authority of Congress.

(11) Motor transport schools: (a) Camp Holabird, Md.,4 (6) Camp Jessup, Ga.,' (c) Camp Normoyle, Tex..

At the Georgia Institute of Technology and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it is planned

to provide advanced training in automotive engineering for Motor Transport Corps officers, the course to be a special one covering one year. It is intended to send five officers to each place. These

officers have not yet been selected. Authority has been obtained from the training section of the General Staff to establish units of the

Reserve Officers' Training Corps at each of the following 10 listed colleges: (1) Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.; (2) University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.; (3) Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; (4) University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.; (5) Univ sity of Georgia, Athens, Ga.; (6) Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La.; (7) University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.; (8) University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr.; (9) A. & M. College of Utah, Logan, Utah;

(10) A. & M. College of Oregon, Corvallis, Oreg. (12) Medical schools:

(a) The Army medical school, Washington, D. C.
(6) Medical officers' training camps: (1) Camp Greenleaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. (training of men

for base hospitals and lines of communication); (2) Fort Riley, Kans. (training of regimental

units). (c) Division of physical reconstruction: Educational staff. The Surgeon-General of the Army has

designated the following general military hospitals for the work of physical reconstruction

of disabled soldiers:
General Hospital, Fort Bayard, N. Mex; Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, Calif.; Walter

Reed General Hospital, Takoma Park, D. C.; General Hospital No. 1, Williamsbridge, N. Y.;
General Hospital No. 2, Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md.; General Hospital No.3, Colonia, N. J.;
General Hospital No. 4, Fort Porter, N. Y.; General Hospital No. 6, Fort McPherson, Ga.;
General Hospital No. 7, Roland Park, Md. (for the blind); General Hospital No. 8, Otisville,
N. Y.; General Hospital No. 19, Oteen, N. C.; General Hospital No. 20, Whipple Barracks,
Ariz.; General Hospital No. 21, Denver, Colo.; General Hospital No. 26, Fort Des Moines, Iowa;
General Hospital No. 28, Fort Sheridan, II.; General Hospital No. 30, Plattsburg Barracks,
N. Y.; General Hospital No.31, Carlisle, Pa.; General Hospital No. 41, Fox Hills, Staten Island,
N. Y.; General Hospital No. 42, Spartanburg, S. C.; General Hospital No. 43, Hampton, Va.;

General Hospital, Fort Sam Houston, Tex.
(d) The Army school of nursing, Washington, D. C. (Training given in the various military

hospitals and through such affiliations as may be required to complete the course, which extends over a period of three years.)

3. General schools.

(1) General Service Schools, Fort Leavenworth, Kans.

(a) School of the Line. Preparation of officers for technical handling of troops. Students taken

from troops after course at special service schools. (6) General Staff School. Preparation for General Staff duty with tactical units, and for higher

tactical command. Students taken from school of the line. (2) General Staff College, Washington, D.C.

Preparation for War Department, General Staff, and high command. Students taken from troops

after course at General Stafi school.

4. Special Schools for enlisted men.

Various schools for noncommissioned officers, bakers and cooks, teamsters, blacksmiths, farriers, mechanics,

chauffeurs, automechanics, clerks, gunners, electricians, carpenters, etc., and various schools for vocational training. Located at all posts and stations of the Army.

1 Proposed. Awaiting authority of Congre3s.

5. Reserve Officers Training Corps Units.

NOTE: The letter (J) indicates a Junior Unit.

An Junior Units are Infantry.

DISTRICT NO. 1.

(Headquarters: Little Building, 80 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass.)

Institution.

Kind of unit.

CONNECTICUT.

Connecticut Agricultural College.
Meriden High School..
New Britain High School.
Stamford High School.
Yale University.

Ini.
J.
J.
J.
F. A., S.C., Eng.

MAINE. Bangor High School... University of Maine.

J. Inf.

MASSACHUSETTS. Boston University.. Gloucester High School.. Harvard University.. Massachusetts Agricultural College.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. New Bediord High School..

Inf.
J.
F. A.
Inf., Cav.
C.A., S.C., Ord., Eng.,Cav.
J.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

New Hampshire State A. and M. College.......

Inf., C. A.

RHODE ISLAND.

Rhode Island College......

Inf.

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Location,

Storrs..
Meriden..
New Britain.
Stamford..
New Haven.

Bangor...
Orono..

Boston..
Gloucester.
Cambridge.
Amherst.
Cambridge.
New Bedford.

Durham.

Kingston....

Northfield.
Burlington..

Bordentown.
Princeton..
New Brunswick.

New York City.
....do....
Ithaca.
West Chester
Cornwall-on-Hudson.
New York City.
Peekskill.
Manlius.

do. Syracuse..

Newark.

Washington..

.do.
.do..

Inf. Ini. J.

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Bocknell University.

Lewisburg. Carnegie Institute of Technology

Pittsburgh Dresel Institute.

Philadelphia.. Truquesne College.

Pittsburgh. Grove City College.

Grove City. Lalayette College...

Easton.. Lehigh University

South Bethlehem. Muhiaburg College.

Allentown. Pennsylvania Military College.

Chester. Pennsylrania State College.

State College. Pennsylvania l'niversity

Philadelphia. Pittsburgh University.

Pittsburgh.
Pottsville high schools.

Pottsville.
St. Joseph's
College.

Philadelphia.
West Philadelphia Catholic High School for Boys. W. Philadelphia..

Ini.
Eng., F. A., 8. C., M.T.C.
Ini.
J.
Ini.
Int.
Int.
Inf.
Inf.
Inf.
Inf.
C. A., M. T.C.
J.
J.
J.

DISTRICT NO. 4.
(Headquarters: Tucker Bldg., Fayette and Martin Streets, Ralcich, N.C.)

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5. Reserve Officers Training Corps Units—Continued.

DISTRICT NO. 5.

(Headquarters: 331–305, Fourth & First Bank Building, Nashville, Tenn.)

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