Memories of Camp Cody Weblog

July 22, 2017

Invites Ideas From Camp Cody Troops of Value to Army Service

Filed under: Camp Cody Deming — Tags: — Michael Kromeke @ 4:22 pm

In his weekly bulletin No. 10, Major H. M. Nelly, 34th division adjutant, calls attention to men in the army who may think they have ideas valuable to the service as how they may get those ideas or information before the proper military recognition. The adjutant says: “Members of the service having new ideas or information which they believe of value to the service in general may forward through military channels to the adjutant general of the army for submission to the general staff a brief outline of their ideas or the publication desired. If the ideas or information are desirable for publication, every facility will be given for perfecting the same and for presenting them to the service. Proper military recognition will be give to the individual concerned. The division commander will consider any proposed publication of the nature described above with a view to forwarding it to the war department, if it be deemed advisable.” – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Wednesday, January 23, 1918


109th Company  C Engineering at Camp Cody


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