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Government Documents - Military and Veterans Agencies: Adjutant General

War Department, Navy Department, Army, Department of Defense, Air Force, Marine Corps, National Military Establishment, Department of Veterans Affairs, and related agencies

About the agency

The Adjutant General's Department was established in 1813 within the War Department as the Military Secretary's Office. It later became the Adjutant General's Corps in 1950. Publications have been issued under the following Superintendent of Documents class numbers: W 3, M 108, D 102

Our holdings

Government Documents holds an extensive collection of Adjutant General publications, including the following series:

Training manuals (W 3.39:)

Bulletins of Department of the Adjutant General (W 3.3:912/1 - W 3.3:932/12)

Army register (D 102.9:) Lists of officers who served in the Army.

Supreme Commander for Allied Powers (SCAP) publications (D 102.11:, W 1.84:) Reports on territories controlled by the Supreme Commander during and after World War II.

Additional documents covering 1910-1932 are available in the Executive Branch Documents microfiche set. Please contact a government documents librarian if you have questions about our holdings.

We also have a variety of general publications, recruiting pamphlets, and other materials.

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