32 Casualty Clearing Station

32nd Casualty Clearing Station

Breakdown of personnel for a Casualty Clearing Station.

The Casualty Clearing Station (from 1942):
A Lieutenant-Colonel’s Command
7 Surgeons/medical officers
1 non-medical subaltern
1 Quarter-master
1 Regimental serjeant-Major
1 Regimental quarter-master-serjeant
1 Staff-serjeant wardmaster
1 Serjeant dispenser
1 Serjeant hospital cook
1 Serjeant radiographer
1 Serjeant Clerk
3 Serjeants ward duties
9 Corporals
64 Privates
(93 all ranks)

No inner structure given.

Attached 27 all ranks (R.E., R.A.S.C., R.A.O.C., R.A.Ch.D, A.D. Corps, A.C.C.:
1 Dentist
3 Chaplains
23 other ranks.

Transport
1 Motor-cycle, solo
1 Car, 4-seater, 4 x 2
2 Trucks, 15-cwt., 4 x 2, G.S.
1 Truck, 15-cwt., 4 x 2, Water
1 Lorry, 3-ton, 4 x 2, X-ray laboratory
1 Ambulance, 4-stretcher, 4 x 2, heavy
1 Trailer, 2-wheeled, 15-cwt., H.P sterilizer
1 Trailer, 4-wheeled, , 5-ton, laundry.

 

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