The Chemical Warfare Service - From Labratory to Field by L. Brophy, et al.,

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1, 1 Jan 29, pp. 1-2. Technical Library, A CmlC, Md. (3) For charts see Rpt of CWS, 1931 (secret supplement). 9 10 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN PEACE AND WAR 31 aid treatment. The Munitions Development Division consisted of a Munitions Department, which developed grenades, bombs, candles, and shells; a Weapons Department, which developed mortars, Livens projectors, largearea smoke screen generators, airplane spray tanks, and gas cylinders; and a Plants Department which developed, constructed, and operated pilot plants and full-scale toxic and impregnite plants.

41 The new CWS included the Chemical Service Section of the Army, the research organization from the Bureau of Mines, and portions of the Ordnance Department, Corps of Engineers, Signal Corps, and Medical Department. Sibert organized the service into nine divisions: European, Medical, Training, Research, Administration, Gas Offense Production, Gas Defense Production, Development, and Proving. 42 Of the nine divisions in the new CWS, six sprang wholly or in part from the chemical warfare research organization started by the Bureau of Mines.

A. Hamor and Col. R. F. Bacon, "A Letter from France," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 10 (1918), 495. (3) History of the Chemical Warfare Service, AEF Technical Division, Part I, General History. CWS, H-18. (4) History of the Chemical Warfare Service, AEF Technical Division, Part II, Paris Laboratory. CWS, H-19. 12 THE CHEMICAL WARFARE SERVICE ering twenty square miles near Chaumont, headquarters of the AEF. He then sent officers to Porton, England, to learn how the British had laid out their experimental field and were conducting tests.

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