The standard of work Of this dens woo gratifying. Fire discipline and laying was of o high standard as woe proved by the results obtained. During the year the Artillery equipment was suppleneooted by the addition of n complete miniature net of guns and vehicles of an Artil-lery Regiment . The requirements of the service, however, necessitated the pasting of cavalry specialists to infantry on graduation. In the completion of the course the specialists attended a course of instruction at the Army School of hg-nab, where greater scope exiats in man power and material to farthar their studies.
- The abject was to lead op to the type of map work needed by on officer in the field.
- Boxing was taught by W.u.Curroc, and a fair standard was attained.
- And en the preliminary work was well covered in the hours allotted,, the advantage at a straight-forward training year for 1941 on more advanced cork, should be noticeable.
- Instruction omitted will be included in next yearn syllabus.
- The significance of this be borne out when Engineer specialists ocnw,wane their Third Year University studies in Engineering.
They have done excellent work, but it is not to be taken 00 the normal; it is more than should be undertakes except for a short period and it neat not become the practice or effic-iency Will Suffer. Training, who, It successful, are recorded we saleable for eensldoratjeo by C000u,cdiag nffiOsrs for aaaetaaiar,a. Sixty candidates are dealt with in each course. Owing to war conditions, more changes have taken place in the past year than caetamnry. The former Commandant, Brigadier E.C.P.Plsat, I.S.O., 0.13.E., after line nantho, was transferred to the AS.? The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
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3rd Clans, The pragreas made to this subject was under the circumstances good, but the number of hours available was far ton short for any reel advance to be made. 4th Close.- The cork covered Standing Orders, Discipline generally, Offences, the Investigation of Charges, godroaa of wrongs, Summary and Minor Punishments of soldiers. The general standard attained was sctiafOc tori’ and some very good individual conic wee submitted. Itself in advanced mounted men. Cadets are not sufficiently scents-pitched ;,arsecsa to control their mounts and concentrate on, the in-struction being given, with the result that pert of the instruction is wasted.
Order drill to ensure the maintenance of the standard of this work. The infantry specialists devoted once time to mutant Instruction in cam-peal’ and battalion drill and to handling a company or a battalion mnde up with members of the two junior classes. Results obtained were oat-isfoctory.
Are the particular study of the Mcdii,,, Machine Gun 801,001 which has now taken over from the Snail Aries School. Because or this added respons- ibility, more comprehensive courses in all weapons are essential as that graduates may speck with authority on this subject. The Increased smoker of Instructional hours now allotted to these subjects will allow cadets to obtain a thorough knowledge of this work and they should also he well versed in mnstruotlnael methods for all weapons. Have sufficient instruction and experience to be classified as good in-atruotora in thin subject. Eyes the infantry speaiolinta could not be trained suffiaiently in this regard.
- Sixty candidates are dealt with in each course.
- Crigically, oubjecta 000h as Rifle Train-ing, Light Machine Can Training etc. , were placed directly under the control of nepurote officer instructors, with the resold that co-ordin-ation woo difficult and duplication Of curl sometimes Occurred.
- The general standard attained was sctiafOc tori’ and some very good individual conic wee submitted.
- Having completed the trained soldier’s syllabus the previous year, the work this year has consisted of instruction in special subjects and in demonstrations and practice in the art of Instruction.
- A high standard woo maintained and the keenness shoen augurs well for work So this nobjeet im the foiore.
Every oil-partonoity has been token of making 050etc responsible for the design and execution of tnnlnn In the field with a vine to their appreciation of the Engineers’ capabilities and limitations. Clang allowed quite a goad standard and they were obviously interested in the relationship of these areas to the present war. Cadets study in their rooms, and are thereby free from Interrup- tion.
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A new hloaic of barrachn is nce my-proved fbr “ether ranks” but additional married quarters 0111 be re-quired for warrant officers. 3r1 Class.- AS all civil auhjnota were deleted from the syllabus in the middle of the year the class had little opportunity at this subject. The graduatea for the technical nrrna, the engineers in particular, Will be handicapped on a result. 4th Clean was the only class to receive instruction in this sub-ject. To most Staff Cadets this is o new subject and some time must be token op In preliminary work such on printing and the use of drawing instruments.
- The syllabus included subject cotter covered by the Manual of Hygiene and Sanitation as well an n short course in and doe-anatrotinna of, first aid.
- The standard of work Of this dens woo gratifying.
- The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
- Those books are hated lotor in the report.
05 it allows for better co-ordination and for a more equal distribution of wmrk between iantruatnra. Crigically, oubjecta 000h as Rifle Train-ing, Light Machine Can Training etc. , were placed directly under the control of nepurote officer instructors, with the resold that co-ordin-ation woo difficult and duplication Of curl sometimes Occurred. Ciooa was handicapped by its leek or knowledge and experience In sec-tion looting at the beginning of this year.
Air photos were studied and coned on. The work of this aloes woo satisfactory. General elementary Instruction was carried out leading to the more advanced and practical wart of the next class. The Mark of this class eve good. For this clans has been accelerated so that the trained soldier’s syllabus was completed by the end of the second term. The third term’s work consisted mainly of demonstrations and practice in the art of in- struction.
A Tabloid Sports Meeting was prepared and carried out successfully by the Senior Class. Boxing was taught by W.u.Curroc, and a fair standard was attained. A Boxing Tournament was held and some keen cgntestn toot piano. With the increase of the College activities, extra Warrant Officer instructors and subordinates have been posted to the Staff. Quarters are not available at Daotr000 for all who are married and the housing shortage in Canberra, with its high rents and lack of transport faoil-itics, tcoaee eeriouo disabilities.