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With thanks to David A. Ryan, Graham Watson, and Robert Michel
Department of the Quarter-Master-General and Master-General to the Ordnance, Australian Military Forces, Peacetime Organization
3 September 1939
 
DEPARTMENT OF THE QUARTER-MASTER-GENERAL and MASTER-GENERAL TO THE ORDNANCE
Quarter-Master-General and Master-General to the Ordnance MG   O.F. Phillips Staff Corps
Deputy Master-General to the Ordnance COL   T.R. Williams Staff Corps
Director of Artillery LTC   E.J. Milford Staff Corps
Asst. Dir. Artillery MAJ   C.E.M. Lloyd Staff Corps
Director of Ordnance Services COL   G.E. Manchester Staff Corps
Dep. Asst. Dir. of Ordnance Services MAJ   S.F. Legge Staff Corps
Director of Mechanization COL   T.R. Williams Staff Corps
Asst. Dir. of Mechanization MAJ   E.M. Dollery Staff Corps
Dep. Asst. Dir. of Mechanization Quartermaster and Hon. MAJ  C.R. Speckman A.I.C.
Director of Supplies and Transport, Movements and Quartering LTC   B.M. Morris Staff Corps
Asst. Dir. of Supplies and Transport MAJ   A.P.O. White Staff Corps
Asst. Qr.-Mr.-Gen. MAJ   F.E. Wells Staff Corps
Dep. Asst. Qr.-Mr.-Gen. MAJ   L.G. Binns Staff Corps
Dep. Asst. Dir. of Supplies 1LT   G.A. Nicholls Staff Corps
Director of Veterinary Services and Army Remounts LTC   L.C. Whitfield A.A.V.C.
Director of Railway Transport Hon. COL   W.H. Newman Engineer and Railway Staff Corps
Staff Officer for Engineer Services MAJ   J. Mann Staff Corps
Asst. Staff Officer for Engineer Services CPT   K.M. Travis Staff Corps
Principal Ordnance Mechanical Engineer LTC   F. Field A.A.O.C.
Hon. Consulting Military Engineer Hon. LTC   Sir J.H. Butters  
NOTES:
The details in this list based on information (corrected generally to 30.06.1939) supplied by the Goverment of the Commonwealth of Australia.
 
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