The First World War
War Diary of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Transcription by Captain Michael O'Leary, The RCR.

DECEMBER 1918

APPENDIX 1
SECRET
Copy No. 14

The Royal Canadian Regiment

OPERATION ORDER No. 108

Ref.
NAMUR. 1/100,000
VALENCIENNES 1/100,000

1.     MOVE. Battalion will move by route-march tomorrow to FAYTE-LEZ SENEFFE.

2.     PARADE. On AVENUE FRERE OBBAN.

3.     DRESS. Marching Order, steel helmets on packs.

Dismounted Officers will carry packs.
Mounted Officers will wear steel helmets on left shoulder.

4.     ORDER OF MARCH. "H.Q." "B" Coy. Drums. "C" Coy. "D" Coy. Q.M. Dept. and Transport.

5.     STARTING POINT. Orderly Room.

6.     TIME. 07.10 hours. Markers 07.05 hours.

7.     BILLETS. Usual billetting certificates to be obtained. Billets clean. Spare equipment to be turned in to Q.M. Stores. Rubbish to be burnt.

Q.M. and TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS.

1.     BREAKFAST. At 06.00 hours.

2.     BLANKETS. To be rolled in bundles of ten, and turned in to Q.M. Stores by 06.30 hours.

3.     KITS. Officers kits to be ready for loading at Q.M. Stores by 06.00 hours.

4.     KITCHENS. Ready to move at 06.30 hours.

5.     LEWIS GUNS. To be loaded on limbers at Q.M. Stores tonight.

6.     DINNER. Haversack lunches to be carried.

At halt for lunch 11.30 to 12.50 tea will be served from cookers. Hot Dinner on arrival at billets.

Issued at __ by runner.

(signed)
M.F. Gregg
Lieut.
Adjutant The Royal Canadian Regiment.

Copy No. 1. - 7TH C.I.B.
No. 2 - O.C.
No. 3 - "A" Coy.
No. 4 - "B" Coy.
No. 5 - "C" Coy.
No. 6 - "D" Coy.
No. 7 - "H.Q."
No. 8 - Q.M.
No. 9 - T.O.
No. 10 - M.O.
No. 11 - S.O.
No. 12 - R.S.M.
No. 13 - File.
No. 14. 15. 16. - War Diary.

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