13th INFANTRY REGIMENT.
Pre Word War One
"Compulsory Military Training Scheme that was introduced in 1910, which was directly responsible for expanding the Citizens Forces by up to 50 percent in the three years prior to the outbreak of World War I. Undoubtedly, the scheme proved to have numerous benefits, as many of these youths went on to serve in the First AIF during World War I and the expanded organisation allowed citizens forces officers more experience in commanding formed bodies of men. However, it was the main factors contributing to the decision to recruit the AIF on the basis of voluntary enlistment. Because the army in 1914 was largely made up of young men aged between 19 and 21 who had been enlisted under this scheme, and due to the provisions of the Defense Act that precluded sending conscripts overseas, upon the outbreak of the war it was necessary for the Australian Government to raise a separate force, outside of the Citizens Forces organisation for service overseas."
Lieutenant: William Richard COOMBS. Survey Draughtsman from Armidale, N.S.W. (13th Infantry)
Private: 2277 Albert Thomas BYRNE. Moree, N.S.W. (13th Infantry)
Private: 42 Albert Henry COOPER. Kearsley, N.S.W. (13th Infantry)
Private: 2410 Herbert James TENNANT. Moree, N.S.W. (13th Infantry)
NEW SOUTH WALES REGIMENTS
12th Inf Regt (Byron)- 13th Inf Regt -14th Inf Regt (Hunter River)- 16th Inf Regt (Newcastle)-18th Inf Regt (North Sydney)-19th Inf Regt (Kuring-Gai) -21st Inf Regt (Woollahra)-24th Inf Regt (East Sydney) 25th Inf Regt (City of Sydney, Scottish Rifles)-26th Inf Regt -29th Inf Regt (Australian Rifles)-31st Inf Regt (Leichardt)-33rd Inf Regt (Irish Rifles)- 34th Inf Regt-36th Inf Regt (St Georges English Rifles)-37th Inf Regt (Illawarra)--39th Inf Regt-41st Inf Regt (Blue Mountains)- 42nd Inf Regt (Lachlan - Macquarie)-43rd Inf Regt (Werriwa)-44th Inf Regt (Riverina)- SUS (Sydney University Scouts)