Papers and Addresses by Lord Brassey; Naval and Maritime, from 1872 to 1893 Volume 2

Papers and Addresses by Lord Brassey; Naval and Maritime, from 1872 to 1893 Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...cylinders, or leather cartridge cases, for conveying the surplus ammunition collected from the pouches of Volunteers, under the provisions of Article 61, will be supplied at cost price. 77. No article of equipment will be returned into store for the purpose of being replaced until it has become thoroughly unserviceable. N 0 articles will be returned into store on account of being of an obsolete pattern without the authority of the Admiralty. 78. All arms or other stores supplied free of cost and placed in the custody of the Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers, are, if lost, destroyed, or injured by fault or neglect, to be paid for by the Corps. 79. All demands for stores, in accordance with the established proportion allowed, are to be made out in the War Oflice Forms in use in Her Majesty's Navy, and are to be forwarded by the Commanding Oflicers of Brigades to the nearest Drill Ship or Coast Guard Ship for transmission to the nearest Control Oflicer. Special demands should be forwarded to the Secretary of the Admiralty for approval by the Captains of the above-named ships. Storing of ammuuitioll Conveyance of ammunition Metal cylinders, 6: c. Return of articles unserviceable or obsolete Sturcs lost or injured to be paid for Demands for stores DRILL 80. The drills of the Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers will comprise the drills for Great Guns, Rifle, Pistol, and Cutlass, as in the Royal Navy, and no deviation from those drills is to be permitted. 81. All drills will be carried out by the Instructors attached to the Brigades under the Ofiicer-instructor, and when on board a11y of Her Majesty's ships they will be also subject to the supervision of the Commanding Oificer of the ship. 82. The qualification necessary for an Eflicient will...
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  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 200g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236927524
  • 9781236927521