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An Imperial Camel Corps four-man 'Group'

A four-man 'Group' of New Zealand cameliers in Palestine, 1917. The four-man group was the smallest tactical sub-unit in the organisation of the Imperial Camel Corps. Seven of these groups (later expanded to eight in 1916) made up a camelier rifle section and in turn four rifle sections (plus a machine gun section) made up a camel company. The four men of a Camel Corps group were expected to live, work and fight together as a close-knit team. 

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