In both WW1 and WW2 Divisions used call signs that started with the same letter of the alphabet for all units within as well as the higher up officers etc.
I'm curious if anyone here knows any for other Divisions. It would be neat to gather as many as we can for research purposes. You may have something now that might relate to your division and not even know it. Such as "What the heck does 'Keller 6' mean?"
As shown below, the 37th Division in WW1 used the letter "K" in WW1. This is taken directly from the 74th Brigade Adjutants Diary, Lt Col. Gilson D. Light.
*Note the Signal Battalion got the name "KODAK" with their "K"!
Edited by 37thguy, 25 October 2009 - 03:47 PM.