No personal fire arm issued.
 A Corporal in the first team, the others had a Lance-Corporal.
 The Administrative Section's 2-horse wagons came, in the main, from requisitioned civilian vehicles.
However, for units in those parts of Poland where civilian single-horse carts were the norm, the number of vehicles had to be doubled.
In consequence, the number of drivers also had to be increased by three.
 Platooneer (plutonowy) — a rank between corporal and sergeant that does not have an equivalent in English.
 The front pair of horses was controlled by the rider on the left-hand horse while the rear pair was controlled by the driver sitting on the field kitchen.
 Upon mobilisation replaced with an antitank rifle.
 Polish rifle squads were not formally divided into sections. However, given the 5 NCOs and lance-corporals in the squad,
it was possible to subdivide the squad into various ad-hoc sub-unit configurations as the tactical situation demanded, giving the squad a degree of flexibility
smaller units would not have had.