A Machine Gun Company was attached to each Infantry Brigade and their subsequent Division.

Brigade attached to:10th Brigade
Division attached to:4th Division
Formed from the Machine Gun Sections of:1st Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment
2nd Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders
1st Bn. The Royal Irish Fusiliers
7th Bn. Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

The 10th Bde. M.G. Coy. was formed on 22 December 1915 from the Machine Gun Sections of the listed infantry battalions.

As a unit of the 4th Division, it will have taken part in the following battles and engagements.

1916
BATTLES OF THE SOMME
From 01 to 21 July[VIII. Corps, Fourth Army; then from 03 July VIII. Corps, Reserve Army]
From 10 to 25 October[XIV. Corps, Fourth Army]
01 and 02 JulyBattle of Albert [VIII. Corps, Fourth Army].
10 to 18 OctoberBattle of the Transloy Ridges [XIV. Corps, Fourth Army].
1917
BATTLES OF ARRAS
09 to 14 AprilFirst Battle of the Scarpe [XVII. Corps, Third Army].
03 and 04 MayThird Battle of the Scarpe [XVII. Corps, Third Army].
BATTLES OF YPRES
28 September to 03 OctoberBattle of Polygon Wood [XIV. Corps, Fifth Army].
04 OctoberBattle of Broodseinde [XIV. Corps, Fifth Army].
09 OctoberBattle of Poelcappelle [XIV. Corps, Fifth Army].
12 OctoberFirst Battle of Passchendaele [XIV. Corps, Fifth Army].

On 26 February 1918, it was amalgamated with the 11th, 12th and 234th Machine Gun Companies to form No. 4 Battalion, Machine Gun Corps.


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