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Below is the full structure of the [[United States Army]] in 1989, just before the [[Dissolution of the Soviet Union]] and consequential [[End of the Cold War]].
 
Below is the full structure of the [[United States Army]] in 1989, just before the [[Dissolution of the Soviet Union]] and consequential [[End of the Cold War]].
   
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'''UNKNOWN ASSIGNMENTS''' – below have a known location, but their assignment is unknown
= United States Forces Command =
 
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United States Forces Command is responsible for overseeing almost all field forces of the Army, including the Army Ground Forces, National Guard, and Army Reserve.
 
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'''Unit Types by equipment'''
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{| class="wikitable mw-collapsible"
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|+Unit Types by Equipment
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!Designation
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!Type
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!Main Armament
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!Support Armament
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!Notes
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|Armored Cavalry Regiment (Corps type)
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|Corps Combined Arms Reconnaissance
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|'''Cavalry Squadrons''': 41 x [[M1 Abrams|M1A1 Abrams]] main battle tanks, 39 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley Reconnaissance IFVs]]
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'''Aviation Squadron''': 27 x [[OH-13 Sioux]] light helicopters, 15 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois]] utility helicopters, 26 x [[Bell AH-1 Cobra]] attack helicopters, and 3 x [[EH-1H|Bell EH-1H]] helicopters
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|15 x [[M113 armored personnel carrier|M113 armored personnel carriers]], 24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A1/A2]] 155mm self-propelled howitzers
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|Organised into four squadrons and two companies: HQ Troop, 3 x Armored Cavalry Squadrons, 1 x Aviation Squadron, 1 x Engineer Company, 1 x Intelligence Company, and one air defense platoon.
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|Armored Cavalry Regiment
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|reconnaissance
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|Armored (M1 type)
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|Armored
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|Armored (M60 type)
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|Armored
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|Mechanized Infantry (M2 type)
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|Armored Infantry
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|Mechanized Infantry (M113 type)
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|Mechanized Infantry
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|58 x [[M113 armored personnel carrier|M113 Armoured personnel carriers]]
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|9 x [[M29 mortar|M125A1 (M113) 81mm Mortar Carriers]] and 18 x [[BGM-71 TOW#Launch platforms|M150 (M113) TOW APCs]]
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|Organized into six companies: HQ Company, 4 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
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|-
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|Light Infantry
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|Light Infantry
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|30 x [[Humvee|Humvees]], and 15 x [[M35 series 2½-ton 6×6 cargo truck|M35 6x6 cargo Trucks]]
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|4 x [[M29 mortar|M29 81mm mortars]] and 6 x [[M19 mortar|M19 60mm Mortars]]
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|Organized into six companies: HQ Company, 4 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
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|Light Infantry (Mountain type)
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|''See notes''
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|Used by the 10th Mountain Div; unique organization. Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
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|Field Artillery (Heavy Self-Propelled)
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|Heavy Self-Propelled Artillery
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|Field Artillery (Nuclear Role)
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|Nuclear-missile armed artillery
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|Field Artillery (SPG role)
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|Self-Propelled Field Artillery
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|24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A1/A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers]]
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|Field Artillery (155mm)
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|155mm-armed field artillery
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|Field Artillery (105mm)
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|105mm-armed field artillery
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|Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Hawk)
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|Mobile SAM artillery
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|24 x [[MIM-23 Hawk|MIM-23 Hawk mobile surface-to-air missile systems]]
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|8 x [[FIM-92 Stinger|FIM-92 Stinger man-portable air-defense systems]]
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|Organised into four batteries (A-D) each with 6 x Hawk and 2 x Stinger (the later for close air defense)
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|Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Chaparal)
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|Mobile SAM artillery
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|Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Patriot)
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|Mobile SAM artillery
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|24 x [[MIM-104 Patriot|MIM-104 Patriot mobile surface-to-air missile systems]] – expanding to 48 x Patriots if mobilised
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|Organised into four batteries (A-D, later A-H) each with 8 x Patriots
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|Divisional Anti-Aircraft Artillery
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|Mobile SAM artillery
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! colspan="5" |Special Types
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|-
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|Heavy Combined Arms
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|Mechanised Infantry
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|44 x [[Humvee|Humvees]] with [[BGM-71 TOW#Launch platforms|BM-71 TOW ATGMs]]
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|67 x [[Mk 19 grenade launcher|Mk19 Grenade Launchers]]; 15 x [[M47 Dragon|M47 Dragon ATGMs]]; and 6 x [[4.2-inch mortar|4.2" mortars]]
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|Used by two battalions in the 9th Infantry Div. (Motorized). Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
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|Light Combined Arms
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|Mechanised Infantry
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|24 x Humvees with BM-71 TOW ATGMs
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|75 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 30 x M47 Dragon ATGMs; and 6 x 4.2" mortars
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|Used by two battalions in the 9th Infantry Div. (Motorized). Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
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|Light Attack
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|Motorised Infantry
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|31 x Humvees with BM-71 TOW ATGMs
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|96 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers and 6 x 4.2" mortars
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|Used by two battalions in the 9th Infantry Div. (Motorized). Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
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= United States Army Forces Command =
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United States Army Forces Command commands all assigned active Army forces in the continental United States (CONUS) and the five continental United States Armies (First (North-East), Second (Southern), Fourth (Mid-West), Fifth (Central-Southern), and Sixth (Western)), and the assigned United States Army Reserve troop program units in the CONUS and Puerto Rico. Forces Command also oversees all subordinate commands, installations, and activities, including the three CONUS-based corps (I, III, and XVIII). For administrative purposes, Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command reports to and forms part of the join [[United States Atlantic Command]].<ref name=":11">{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=kKWszUKLw0AC&pg=PA218&dq=%22Sixth+United+States+Army%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj60t6a3-b3AhX2kIkEHRg2Dj84FBDoAXoECAUQAg#v=onepage&q=%22Sixth%20United%20States%20Army%22&f=false |title=The United States Government Manual |date=1989 |publisher=Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration |language=en}}</ref>
   
 
* '''[[United States Army Forces Command|United States Forces Command]]'''
 
* '''[[United States Army Forces Command|United States Forces Command]]'''
 
** Commanding General, United States Forces Command
 
** Commanding General, United States Forces Command
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, at [[Fort McPherson]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, at [[Fort McPherson]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]<ref name=":8">{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=wjZEAQAAIAAJ&pg=RA9-PA276&dq=207th+Infantry+Group+(Scout)&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi66YfbouT3AhVnTd8KHTw_C8cQ6AF6BAgDEAI#v=onepage&q&f=false |title=Army |date=1984 |publisher=Association of the United States Army |language=en}}</ref>
   
== 1st Army ==
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== First United States Army ==
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[[File:Lt._Gen._James_E._Thompson,_Jr.jpg|thumb|379x379px|Lt. Gen. James E. Thompson, Jr commanded the First United States Army from June 1987 until he retired in 1991.]]
First (1st) Army is responsible for commanding the Army Reserve field divisions and combat formations not assigned to a corps of division directly.
 
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HQ First United States Army was established on 8th September 1932 and was tasked with overseeing several reserve components based in the North-East including the following states: [[Connecticut]], [[Delaware]], [[District of Columbia]], [[Maine]], [[Maryland]], [[Massachusetts]], [[New Hampshire]], [[New Jersey]], [[New York]], [[Pennsylvania]], [[Rhode Island and Providence Plantations]], [[Vermont]], [[Virginia]], and [[West Virginia]].<ref name=":11" />
   
* '''[[First United States Army|1st Army]]'''
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* '''[[First United States Army]]''' ({{Rating|3}})
** 1st Army Headquarters, at [[Fort George G. Meade]], Maryland
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** Army Headquarters, at [[Fort George G. Meade]], Maryland<ref name=":8" /><ref>Wilson, p. 10</ref>
** 157th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized) (Army Reserve)
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** 5th Battalion, [[5th Field Artillery Regiment]] (New York Army Reserve)
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** 2nd Battalion, [[110th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Maryland National Guard)
** 187th Infantry Brigade (Army Reserve)
 
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** 1st Battalion, [[152nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Caribou, Maine (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
** 191st Infantry Brigade (Army Reserve)
 
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** 1st Battalion, [[201st Field Artillery Regiment]],in Fairmont, West Virginia (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
** 205th Infantry Brigade (Light) (Army Reserve)
 
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** 1st Battalion, [[246th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|246th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Virginia National Guard)
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** [[165th Military Police Battalion]], in Lehighton, Pennsylvania (National Guard)
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** [[File:157thInfBde.jpg|44x44px]] '''[[157th Infantry Brigade (United States)|157th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (Army Reserve)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in Horsham, Pennsylvania
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*** C Troop, [[9th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|9th Cavalry Regiment]], in Wilkes Barre (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
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*** 6th Battalion, [[68th Armor Regiment|68th Armoured Regiment]], in Bethlehem (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[77th Armor Regiment|77th Armoured Regiment]], in Reading (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[313th Infantry Regiment (United States)|313th Infantry Regiment]], in Fort Indiantown Gap (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[314th Infantry Regiment (United States)|314th Infantry Regiment]], in Pedricktown, New Jersey (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[315th Infantry Regiment (United States)|315th Infantry Regiment]], in Bristol (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[15th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|15th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Bristol (24 x M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[42nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Pennsylvania Army Reserve)
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*** 420th Engineer Company, in Pittsburgh
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*** [[157th Support Battalion]], in Edgemont
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** [[File:USA_-_187_INF_BDE.png|41x41px]] '''[[187th Infantry Brigade (United States)|187th Infantry Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, at Fort Devens, Massachusetts
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*** D Troop, [[5th Cavalry Regiment]] (Reconnaissance; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[16th Infantry Regiment (United States)|16th Infantry Regiment]], in Scarborough, Maine (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[18th Infantry Regiment (United States)|18th Infantry Regiment]], in Lawrence (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[35th Infantry Regiment (United States)|35th Infantry Regiment]], in Springfield (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 5th Battalion, [[5th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Fort Tilden, New York (24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers]])
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*** 756th Engineer Company
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*** [[187th Support Battalion]]
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** [[File:103rd_Field_ARtillery_Regiment.jpg|42x42px]] '''[[103rd Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Rhode Island National Guard)'''<ref name=":2">{{Cite journal |title=Field Artillery Journal: January–February 1985 Edition |url=https://tradocfcoeccafcoepfwprod.blob.core.usgovcloudapi.net/fires-bulletin-archive/1985/JAN_FEB_1985/JAN_FEB_1985_FULL_EDITION.pdf |journal=Field Artillery Journal |volume=January–February 1985 Edition}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Providence, Rhode Island
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*** 1st Battalion, [[103rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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** [[File:197th_FA_Brigade_patch.png|45x45px]] '''[[197th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (New Hampshire National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Manchester, New Hampshire
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*** 1st Battalion, [[172nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Manchester (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[197th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Berlin (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 197th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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** [[File:209FABdeSSI.gif|45x45px]] [[209th Field Artillery Brigade|'''209th Field Artillery Brigade''']] (New York National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Rochester, New York
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*** 1st Battalion, [[156th Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[209th Field Artillery Regiment]]
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** [[File:224FABdeSSI.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[224th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Maryland National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** 1st Battalion, [[111th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Norfolk, Virginia (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment
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** [[File:479th_Field_Artillery_Brigade_SSI.svg|43x43px]] '''[[479th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|479th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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*** 4th Battalion, [[8th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Clearfield, Pennsylvania (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled guns)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[92nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Erie, Pennsylvania (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** '''[[220th Military Police Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Gaithersburg, Maryland]]
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*** [[160th Military Police Battalion]], in [[Tallahassee, Florida]]
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*** [[317th Military Police Battalion]], in [[Jacksonville, Florida]]
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** '''[[260th Military Police Brigade]]''' (National Guard)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in the District of Columbia
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*** [[115th Military Police Battalion]], in Salisbury, Maryland
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*** [[163rd Military Police Battalion]], in the District of Columbia
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*** [[167th Military Police Battalion]], in the District of Columbia
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*** [[171st Military Police Battalion]], in the Distict of Columbia
   
=== 70th Division ===
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=== 50th Armored Division ===
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{{Location map+|New Jersey|relief=1|float=right|width=420|places={{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= '''<small>50th Division</small>''' |lat= 40.508507 |long= -74.510207 |position=left |mark=Purple pog.svg |marksize=10}}
   
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= '''<small>1st Brigade</small>''' |lat= 40.56 |long= -74.29 |position=right |mark=Purple pog.svg |marksize=8}}
=== 76th Division (Training) (Connecticut) ===
 
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>1-102 Armor</small> |lat= 40.691974 |long= -75.179006 |position=right |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>5-102 Armor</small> |lat= 40.8856 |long= -74.559163 |position=right |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>2-113 Infantry</small> |lat= 40.72 |long= -74.17 |position=right |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>3-113 Infantry</small> |lat= 40.995495 |long= -74.315648 |position=right |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= '''<small>2nd Brigade</small>''' |lat= 39.904611 |long= -74.987 |position=right |mark=Purple pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>2-102 Armor</small> |lat= 40.788888 |long= -74.266666 |position=right |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>3-102 Armor</small> |lat= 39.465007 |long= -74.997115 |position=right |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>1-114 Infantry</small> |lat= 39.837907 |long= -75.15153 |position=right |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>2-114 Infantry</small> |lat= 40.295372 |long= -73.989899 |position=left |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= '''<small>50th Aviation</small>'''<br><small>1-150 Aviation</small> |lat= 40.276667 |long= -74.813333 |position=left |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>5-117 Cavalry</small> |lat= 40.651644 |long= -74.343447 |position=right |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>E/150 Aviation</small> |lat= 39.685278 |long= -75.599167 |position=right |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= '''<small>DIVARTY</small>''' |lat= 40.223748 |long= -74.764001 |position=right |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>1-112 Field Art.</small> |lat= 39.904611 |long= -75.007 |position=left |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>3-112 Field Art.</small> |lat= 40.796562 |long= -74.477318 |position=left |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>4-112 Field Art.</small> |lat= 40.302787 |long= -74.738004 |position=right |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>104 Engineer</small> |lat= 40.890317 |long= -74.011478 |position=right |mark=Black pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>250 Signal</small> |lat= 40.615444 |long= -74.415775 |position=left |mark=Steel pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>550 Mil. Intel.</small> |lat= 39.76643 |long= -75.407591 |position=right |mark=Steel pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>50 MP Co.</small> |lat= 40.508507 |long= -74.490207 |position=right |mark=Steel pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | New Jersey | background = white |label= <small>50 Chem. Co.</small> |lat= 40.130499 |long= -74.033843 |position=left |mark=Steel pog.svg |marksize=8}}|caption=50th Armored Division key locations 1989 (without DISCOM):<br/>[[File:Purple pog.svg|8px]] Division/brigade headquarters [[File:Green pog.svg|8px]] Infantry [[File:Red pog.svg|8px]] Armor<br>[[File:Blue 0080ff pog.svg|8px]] Aviation [[File:Yellow pog.svg|8px]] Artillery [[File:Black pog.svg|8px]] Engineers [[File:Steel pog.svg|8px]] Other units}}
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The 50th Armored Division was part of the New Jersey Army National Guard plus an armor brigade from the recently disbanded [[30th Armored Division (United States)|30th Armored Division]] of the Texas Army National Guard. Along with some other national guard divisions, the air defense battalion is provided by the New Mexico Army National Guard. A Battery, 197th Field Artillery Regiment tasked in the target acquisition role meanwhile is from the New Hampshire Army National Guard.<ref name="Fiscal Years 1988/1989">{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Hearings on National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1988/1989 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=tnKGkL_JgqAC&q=%22M60A3+TTS%22+%22National+Guard%22+-wiki&pg=PA1188 |access-date=2 July 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Armed Services}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=Historical Summary: FY 1984 - 5 Research, Development, and Acquisition |url=https://history.army.mil/books/DAHSUM/1984/ch05.htm |access-date=2 July 2020 |publisher=Department of the Army}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=M60A3 (TTS) Basis of Issue Plan |url=https://fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/docs/bnF002AA.htm |access-date=2 July 2020 |publisher=US Army}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Hearings on National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal years 1988/1989 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=9nHtgT7CTK8C&q=%22M60A3%22+%22National+Guard%22&pg=PA196 |access-date=2 July 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Armed Services}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |last1=Lussier |first1=Frances M. |title=An Analysis of U.S. Army Helicopter Programs |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=US2sysmplJoC&q=%22Army+of+Excellence%22+%22Aviation%22&pg=PR7 |access-date=2 July 2020 |publisher=Congress of the United States - Congressional Budget Office}}</ref>
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* [[File:50_Arm_Div_DUI.jpg|61x61px]] '''[[50th Armored Division (United States)|50th Armored Division]]''' (National Guard)
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Somerset, New Jersey]]
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** 250th Signal Battalion, in [[Plainfield, New Jersey|Plainfield]]<ref>{{cite web |last1=Raines |first1=Rebecca Robbins |title=Signal Corps |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-15-1/CMH_Pub_60-15-1.pdf |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** 550th Military Intelligence Battalion, in [[Pedricktown, New Jersey|Pedricktown]]<ref>{{cite web |year=1989 |title=Military Intelligence, Volume 15, Issue 4 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=7V77xOnLoY0C |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Military Intelligence Magazine October - December 1989}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |author1=John Patrick Finnegan |author2=Romana Danysh |title=Military Intelligence |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-13-1/cmhPub_60-13-1.pdf |access-date=22 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** 3rd Battalion, [[200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (United States)|200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], in Belen, New Mexico
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** 104th Engineer Battalion, in [[Teaneck, New Jersey|Teaneck]]<ref>{{cite web |title=104th Engineer Battalion |url=https://njmilitiamuseum.org/historical-narratives/104-engineer-battalion |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey}}</ref><ref name="Department 8813">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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** 50th Chemical Company, in [[Sea Girt, New Jersey|Sea Girt]]<ref name="Department 8815">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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** 50th Military Police Company<ref name="Department 8814">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref><ref name="Congress 1988">{{cite web |year=1987 |title=Justification of the budget estimates, Army - 1988 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=T4xVXT9qofgC&q=%2250th+Chemical+Company%22&pg=PT295 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Congress}}</ref>
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** 50th Armored Division Band<ref name="Department 8815" />
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** '''1st New Jersey Armored Brigade<ref name="Department 883">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Woodbridge Township, New Jersey|Woodbridge]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[102nd Cavalry Regiment|102nd Armored Regiment]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Brigadier General Kenneth F. Wondrack |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/1/1258.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref><ref name="102nd Armor2">{{cite web |title=102nd Cavalry Regiment Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/armor-cav/102cvrg.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Department 884">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[113th Infantry Regiment (United States)|113th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Newark, New Jersey|Newark]]<ref name="113th Infantry">{{cite web |title=113th Infantry Regiment |url=https://njmilitiamuseum.org/unit-lineages/113-infantry |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey}}</ref><ref name="Department 885">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[113th Infantry Regiment (United States)|113th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Riverdale, New Jersey|Riverdale]]<ref name="113th Infantry2">{{cite web |title=113th Infantry Regiment |url=https://njmilitiamuseum.org/unit-lineages/113-infantry |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey}}</ref><ref name="Department 886">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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** '''2nd New Jersey Armored Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Cherry Hill, New Jersey|Cherry Hill]]<ref name="Department 887">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[102nd Cavalry Regiment|102nd Armored Regiment]], in [[West Orange, New Jersey|West Orange]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Brigadier General Frank W. Dulfer |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/Leadership/Joint-Staff/Special-Staff/Senior-Leader-Management-Office/General-Officer-Management/bio-show/1979/ |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref><ref name="102nd Armor3">{{cite web |title=102nd Cavalry Regiment Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/armor-cav/102cvrg.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Department 888">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 3rd Battalion, 102nd Armored Regiment, in [[Vineland, New Jersey|Vineland]]<ref name="102nd Armor4">{{cite web |title=102nd Cavalry Regiment Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/armor-cav/102cvrg.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Department 889">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 1st Battalion, [[114th Infantry Regiment (United States)|114th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Woodbury, New Jersey|Woodbury]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Brigadier General Frank R. Carlini |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/9/984.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref><ref name="114th Infantry">{{cite web |title=114th Infantry Regiment Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/inf/0114in.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Department 8810">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 2nd Battalion, 114th Infantry Regiment, in [[Long Branch, New Jersey|Long Branch]]<ref name="114th Infantry2">{{cite web |title=114th Infantry Regiment Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/inf/0114in.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Department 8811">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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** '''[[30th Armored Division (United States)|30th Texas Armored Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Houston, Texas]]<ref name="Texas National Guard">{{cite web |title=A Brief History of the Texas National Guard after World War II |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/articles/postwarii.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref><ref name="1-133rd Field Artillery">{{cite web |title=133rd U.S. Field Artillery Regiment |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/133/133lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Department of the Army Historical Summary |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=nrfLqrJlN4YC&q=%2236th+Brigade%22+%2250th+Armored+Division%22&pg=PA88 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Center of Military History}}</ref>
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*** 7th Battalion, [[112th Cavalry Regiment|112th Armored Regiment]], in [[Bryan, Texas]]<ref name="Texas National Guard" />
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*** 8th Battalion, 112th Armored Regiment, in [[Dallas, Texas]]<ref name="Texas National Guard" />
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** '''50th Armored Division Artillery<ref name=":2" /><ref name="Field Artillery 1987">{{cite web |year=1987 |title=Field Artillery - February 1987 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=3qQrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19892">{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Field Artillery - December 1989 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Z6UrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 1990">{{cite web |year=1990 |title=Field Artillery - February 1990 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=rqUrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in [[Trenton, New Jersey|Trenton]]
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*** A Battery, [[197th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Berlin, New Hampshire]] (Target Acquisition) – ''New Hampshire ANG''
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*** 1st Battalion, [[112th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Cherry Hill, New Jersey|Cherry Hill]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 112th Field Artillery Regiment, in [[Morristown, New Jersey|Morristown]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[133rd Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Beaumont, Texas]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – ''Texas ANG''
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*** 4th Battalion, 112th Field Artillery Regiment, in [[Lawrenceville, New Jersey|Lawrenceville]] (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** '''50th Armored Division Support Command<ref>{{cite web |title=42nd Support Group Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0042sptgp.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Department 8812">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[East Orange, New Jersey|East Orange]]
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*** 50th Support Battalion (Forward), in [[Teaneck, New Jersey|Teaneck]]
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*** 150th Support Battalion (Forward), in [[Jersey City, New Jersey|Jersey City]]
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*** 536th Support Battalion (Forward) – ''Texas ANG''
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*** 250th Support Battalion (Main), in [[Sea Girt, New Jersey|Sea Girt]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Change of Command |url=http://www.digifind-it.com/westfield/leader/1988/1988-12-15.pdf |access-date=2 July 2020 |publisher=The Westfield (NJ) Leader, Thursday December 15, 1988}}</ref>
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*** F Company, [[150th Aviation Regiment (United States)|150th Aviation Regiment]], in [[Dover, New Jersey|Dover]]
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** '''50th Armored Division Aviation Brigade<ref name="Department 8817">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[West Trenton, New Jersey|West Trenton]]
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*** 5th Squadron, [[117th Cavalry Regiment]], at [[Westfield Airport|Westfield Army Airfield]] (Air Cavalry)<ref>{{cite web |title=117th Cavalry Regiment |url=https://njmilitiamuseum.org/historical-narratives/117-cavalry-regiment |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey}}</ref><ref name="Department 8818">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref>
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*** 1st Battalion, [[150th Aviation Regiment (United States)|150th Aviation Regiment]], in West Trenton<ref name="Department 8816">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=uH-msctzR7AC&q=%22Annual+Report%22+%22New+Jersey+Department%22+Military |title=Annual Report 1988 |publisher=The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs |year=1988}}</ref> (Attack)
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*** D Company, 150th Aviation Regiment, at [[Burlington International Airport|Burlington Army Airfield, Vermont]] (Utility) – ''Vermont Army National Guard''
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*** E Company, 150th Aviation Regiment, at [[New Castle Air National Guard Base|New Castle Army Airfield, Delaware]] (Support) – ''Delaware Army National Guard''
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[[File:50th_US_Armored_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 50th Armored Division as it appeared in 1989.]]
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=== 26th Infantry Division ===
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The 26th Infantry Division was part of the National Guard and comprised soldiers from [[New England]], notable the following states: [[Massachusetts]] (Mass), [[Connecticut]] (Conn), [[Rhode island and providence plantations|Rhode Island & Providence Plantations]], and [[Vermont]] (VT).
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* [[File:Yankee_Division.svg|62x62px]] '''[[26th Infantry Division (United States)|26th Infantry Division]]''' (Massachusetts NG)<ref>{{Cite web |title=26TH INFANTRY DIVISION COLD WAR ERA |url=https://tmg110.tripod.com/usarmyh19.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=tmg110.tripod.com}}</ref>
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Boston]], Massachusetts
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** 126th Military Intelligence Battalion (Combat Electronic Warfare & Intelligence) (Conn NG)
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** 2nd Battalion, [[263rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], in Anderson, South Carolina (South Carolina NG; Air Defense; with Chaparral mobile SAMs)
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** [[215th Army Band|26th Infantry Division Band]], in West Newton<ref>{{Cite web |title=215th Army Band Unit History |url=https://www.bands.army.mil/organizations/pages/?unit=215AB&p=history |access-date=26 March 2022 |website=United States Army Music}}</ref>
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** [[File:86thInfantryBrigade.svg|48x48px]] '''[[86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team#Post World War II|86th Armored Brigade]]''' (Vermont NG) – transferred from 50th Armored Division under Army 86'
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Montpelier, Vermont]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[172nd Cavalry Regiment|172nd Armored Regiment]], in [[Saint Albans (city), Vermont|Saint Albans]] (Armored with M60A1)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 172nd Armored Regiment, in [[Rutland (city), Vermont|Rutland]] (Armored with M60A1)
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** '''3rd Massachusetts Infantry Brigade''' (Massachusetts National Guard)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Lexington, Massachusetts]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[101st Infantry Regiment (United States)|101st Infantry Regiment]], in [[Dorchester, Boston|Dorchester]] (Mechanised Infantry; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[104th Infantry Regiment (United States)|104th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Westfield, Massachusetts|Westfield]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 104th Infantry Regiment, in [[Chicopee, Massachusetts|Chicopee]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[181st Infantry Regiment (United States)|181st Infantry Regiment]], in [[Worcester, Massachusetts|Worcester]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[182nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|182nd Infantry Regiment]], in [[Melrose, Massachusetts|Melrose]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** [[File:43rd_Infantry_Division_CSIB.svg|40x40px]] '''[[43rd Infantry Division (United States)#Post World War II (1946-1963)|43rd Connecticut Infantry Brigade]]''' (Connecticut NG)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Hartford, Connecticut|Hartford, Connecituct]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[102nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|102nd Infantry Regiment]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 102nd Infantry Regiment, in [[Waterbury, Connecticut|Waterbury]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[169th Infantry Regiment (United States)|169th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Manchester, Connecticut|Manchester]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''[[26th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|26th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''<ref name=":2" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Boston (Mass NG)
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*** E Battery, [[101st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)<ref>{{Cite web |title=DIVARTY, 26TH INFANTRY DIVISION |url=https://tmg110.tripod.com/usarmyh19d.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=tmg110.tripod.com}}</ref>
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*** 1st Battalion, [[86th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Williston, Vermont (VT NG; 24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers]])
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*** 1st Battalion, [[101st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Mass NG; 24 x [[M114a2|M114A2 155mm towed howitzers]])
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[192nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Norwalk, Connecticut (Conn NG; 18 x M114A1 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[211th Field Artillery Regiment]], in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** '''[[26th Sustainment Brigade|26th Infantry Division Support Command]]''' (Massachusetts National Guard)<ref>{{Cite web |title=DIVISION SUPPORT COMMAND, INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT) |url=https://man.fas.org/dod-101/army/unit/toe/63220A100.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=man.fas.org}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Framingham, Massachusetts|Framingham]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=126th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0126sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 229th Supply and Transportation Battalion
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*** 726th Support Battalion<ref>{{Cite web |title=126th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0126sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 729th Maintenance Battalion
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*** F Company, 224th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
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*** 118th Medical Battalion
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=== 28th Infantry Division ===
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The 28th Infantry Division comprised troops from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard along with a small amount from the Virginia Army National Guard.
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* [[File:28th_Infantry_Division_CSIB.png|51x51px]] '''[[28th Infantry Division (United States)|28th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)<ref name=":10">{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=4N1yoAxNOcsC&pg=PA67&dq=28th+Infantry+Division+Support+Command&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjUws6S9eT3AhU_j4kEHeEGBsAQ6AF6BAgKEAI#v=onepage&q&f=false |title=28th Infantry Div - Keystone |date=2005 |publisher=Turner Publishing Company |isbn=978-1-59652-025-7 |language=en}}</ref>
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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** [[28th Signal Battalion (United States)|28th Signal Battalion]]
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** 128th Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 1st Battalion, [[213th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], in Leighton, Pennsylvania (Air Defense; with Singer MANPADs) – ''formed in 1989<ref name=":10" />''
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** [[103rd Engineer Battalion (United States)|103rd Engineer Battalion]], in Philadelphia
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** 128th Chemical Company, in Philadelphia
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** 28th Military Police Company, in Johnstown
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** '''[[2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 28th Infantry Division|2nd Pennsylvania Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Uniontown
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*** 1st Battalion, [[103rd Armor Regiment|103rd Armored Regiment]], in Johnstown (Armored; with M60A1 main battle tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[109th Infantry Regiment (United States)|109th Infantry Regiment]], in Scranton (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, in Scranton (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** [[File:US_Army_55th_Maneuver_Enhancement_Brigade.png|40x40px]] '''[[55th Infantry Brigade (United States)|55th Pennsylvania Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Scranton
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[109th Infantry Regiment (United States)|109th Infantry Regiment]], in Milton (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[110th Infantry Regiment (United States)|110th Infantry Regiment]], in Scottdale (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 110th Infantry Regiment, in Butler (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''[[56th Brigade Combat Team, 28th Infantry Division (United States)|56th Pennsylvania Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Philadelphia
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*** 1st Battalion, [[111th Infantry Regiment (United States)|111th Infantry Regiment]], in Norristown (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 111th Infantry Regiment, in Phoenixville (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[112th Infantry Regiment (United States)|112th Infantry Regiment]], in Erie (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 112th Infantry Regiment, in Lewiston (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''28th Infantry Division Artillery'''<ref name=":2" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Hershey
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*** F Battery, [[109th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|109th Field Artillery Regiment]], in York (Target Acquisition)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[107th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|107th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Pittsburgh (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[108th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Carlisle (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[229th Field Artillery Regiment]], in New Castle (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, 109th Field Artillery Regiment, in Wilkes Barre (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers; also 4 x M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** '''28th Infantry Division Support Command<ref name=":10" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 228th Supply and Transportation Battalion, in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania<ref>{{Cite web |title=55th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0055sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 728th Maintenance Battalion, in Lock Haven, Virginia<ref>{{Cite web |title=Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 728th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0728sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 103rd Medical Battalion, in Lancaster<ref>{{Cite web |title=Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0328sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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** '''[[28th Combat Aviation Brigade (United States)|28th Aviation Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Squadron, [[104th Cavalry Regiment]], in Philadelphia (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[104th Aviation Regiment (United States)|104th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 104th Aviation Regiment (Support) – ''Virginia ANG, less A & C Coys part of Pennsylvania and B & D Coys part of West Virginia NG''
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*** G Company, 104th Aviation Regiment (Utility
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=== 29th Infantry Division (Light) ===
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The 29th Infantry Division (Light) was comprised of troops from the Maryland and Virginia Army National Guards. If mobilised, the division had a NATO mission and would most likely be deployed to Northern Europe.
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* [[File:29th_Infantry_Division_CSIB.png|50x50px]] '''[[29th Infantry Division (United States)|29th Infantry Division (Light)]]'''
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Belvoir, Virginia
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** 129th Signal Battalion
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** 629th Military Intelligence Battalion, in [[Greenbelt, Maryland]]
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** 3rd Battalion, 111th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in [[Portsmouth, Virginia]]
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** [[229th Engineer Battalion (United States)|229th Engineer Battalion]], in [[Fredericksburg, Virginia]]
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** 229th Chemical Company
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** 290th Military Police Company, in [[Baltimore, Maryland]]
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** 29th Infantry Division Band
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** [[File:116thInfantryBrigade.svg|39x39px]] '''[[116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team|1st Virginia Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Staunton, Virginia]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[116th Infantry Regiment (United States)|116th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Roanoke, Virginia]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, in [[Lynchburg, Virginia]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, in [[Winchester, Virginia]]
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** '''2nd Virginia Infantry Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Bowling Green, Virginia]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[170th Infantry Regiment (United States)|170th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Alexandria, Virginia]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[183rd Infantry Regiment (United States)|183rd Infantry Regiment]], in [[Richmond, Virginia]]
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** [[File:58th_Infantry_Brigade_SSI.svg|39x39px]] '''[[58th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade|3rd Maryland Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Pikesville, Maryland]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[115th Infantry Regiment (United States)|115th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Silver Spring, Maryland]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, 115th Infantry Regiment, in [[Chestertown, Maryland]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[175th Infantry Regiment (United States)|175th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Baltimore, Maryland]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment, in [[Dundalk, Maryland]]
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** '''29th Infantry Division Artillery'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in [[Sandston, Virginia]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[110th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Pikesville, Maryland]] (Field Artillery; with 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment, in [[Richmond, Virginia]] (Field Artillery; with 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[246th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|246th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Danville, Virginia]] (Field Artillery; with 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** E Battery, 111th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with 155mm towed howitzers)
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** '''29th Infantry Division Support Command'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 229th Supply and Transportation Battalion
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*** 297th Maintenance Battalion<ref>{{Cite web |title=U.S. Army Center of Military History - Lineage and Honors Information |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/1297sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** F Company, [[224th Aviation Regiment (United States)|224th Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance)
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*** 104th Medical Battalion
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** '''[[29th Combat Aviation Brigade|4th Brigade (Aviation)]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Squadron, [[158th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|158th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[224th Aviation Regiment (United States)|224th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
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*** D Company, 224th Aviation Regiment (Support)
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*** E Company, 224th Aviation Regiment (Utility)
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=== 42nd Infantry Division ===
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The 42nd Infantry Division comprised troops from the New York Army National Guard, plus a small element from the Florida Army National Guard.
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* [[File:42nd_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|50x50px]] '''[[42nd Infantry Division (United States)|42nd Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)<ref name="1986 NY Report">{{cite journal |date=1986 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1986.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1986 |page=38-39 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1987 NY Report">{{cite journal |date=1987 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1987.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1987 |page=25-27 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1988 NY Report">{{cite journal |date=1988 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1988.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1988 |page=27-28 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |date=1989 |title=42d Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1989.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1989 |page=23-24 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1990 NY Report">{{cite journal |date=1990 |title=42d Infantry "Rainbow"Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1990.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1990 |page=29-30 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref>
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Troy, New York<ref name="1990 NY Report2">{{cite journal |date=1990 |title=42d Infantry "Rainbow"Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1990.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1990 |page=29-30 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref>
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** 242nd Signal Battalion, in Hempstead
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** 242nd Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 1st Battalion, 265th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Florida NG)
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** 102nd Engineer Battalion, in New York City
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** 42nd Chemical Company, in Valhalla
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** 42nd Military Police Company, in Peekskill
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** '''1st New York Infantry Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Troy, New York
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[227th Armor Regiment|227th Armored Regiment]], in Buffalo (Armored; with M48A5 main battle tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[69th New York Infantry Regiment|69th Infantry Regiment]], in New York City (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[71st New York Infantry Regiment|71st Infantry Regiment]], in New York City (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''2nd New York Infantry Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in New York City
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[210th Armor Regiment|210th Armored Regiment]], in Albany (Armored; with M60A3 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[108th Infantry Regiment (United States)|108th Infantry Regiment]], in Auburn (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[174th Infantry Regiment (United States)|174th Infantry Regiment]], in Buffalo (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 174th Infantry Regiment, in Rochester (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
** '''3rd New York Infantry Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Buffalo
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[210th Armor Regiment|210th Armored Regiment]], in Staten Island (Armored; with M48A5 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[105th Infantry Regiment (United States)|105th Infantry Regiment]], in Troy (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[107th Infantry Regiment (United States)|107th Infantry Regiment]], in New York City (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
** '''[[42nd Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|42nd Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, the Bronx
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[104th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Jamaica (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[187th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Brooklyn (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[258th Field Artillery Regiment]], the Bronx (Field Artillery; with M114A2 155mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 209th Field Artillery Regiment, in Rochester (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
** '''42nd Infantry Division Support Command<ref>{{cite web |title=New York City West 14th Street, Forty-Second Division, Armory |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/armories/NewYorkCityWest14thStreet42ndDivision.html |publisher=New York State Military History Museum |accessdate=15 July 2020}}</ref>'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Manhattan
  +
*** 42nd Supply and Transportation Battalion, in Brooklyn<ref name="1987 NY Report3">{{cite journal |date=1987 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1987.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1987 |page=25-27 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1988 NY Report4">{{cite journal |date=1988 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1988.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1988 |page=27-28 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1987 NY Report2">{{cite journal |date=1987 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1987.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1987 |page=25-27 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1988 NY Report5">{{cite journal |date=1988 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1988.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1988 |page=27-28 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=Brooklyn Bedford Avenue, Troop C, Armory |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/armories/BrooklynBedfordAvenueTroopC.htm |publisher=New York State Military History Museum |accessdate=15 July 2020}}</ref>
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*** 42nd Maintenance Battalion, in the Bronx<ref name="1988 NY Report6">{{cite journal |date=1988 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1988.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1988 |page=27-28 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="Kingsbridge Road Armory">{{cite web |title=Bronx Kingsbridge Road Armory |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/armories/BronxKingsbridge.htm |publisher=New York State Military History Museum |accessdate=15 July 2020}}</ref>
  +
*** 102nd Medical Battalion, in Manhattan<ref name="1988 NY Report7">{{cite journal |date=1988 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1988.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1988 |page=27-28 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="Lexington Avenue Armory2">{{cite web |title=New York City Lexington Avenue, Sixty-Ninth Regiment, Armory |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/armories/NewYorkCityLexingtonAvenue.html |publisher=New York State Military History Museum |accessdate=15 July 2020}}</ref>
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*** F Company, [[142nd Aviation Regiment (United States)|142nd Aviation Regiment]], at Islip Airport (Aviation Maintenance)<ref name="Ronkonkoma Armory">{{cite web |title=Ronkonkoma Armory |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/armories/Ronkonkoma.html |publisher=New York State Military History Museum |accessdate=15 July 2020}}</ref>
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*** 102nd Medical Battalion, in Manhattan<ref name="1988 NY Report2">{{cite journal |date=1988 |title=42nd Infantry Division |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/research/AG_Reports/AG_Report_1988.pdf |journal=State of New York - Division of Military and Naval Affairs |volume=Annual Report 1988 |page=27-28 |accessdate=14 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="Lexington Avenue Armory">{{cite web |title=New York City Lexington Avenue, Sixty-Ninth Regiment, Armory |url=https://dmna.ny.gov/historic/armories/NewYorkCityLexingtonAvenue.html |publisher=New York State Military History Museum |accessdate=15 July 2020}}</ref>
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** '''[[42nd Combat Aviation Brigade|42nd Aviation Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Freeport
  +
*** 1st Squadron, [[101st Cavalry Regiment]], in Schenectady (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[142nd Aviation Regiment (United States)|142nd Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 142nd Aviation Regiment (Support)
   
 
=== 77th Army Reserve Command (New York) ===
 
=== 77th Army Reserve Command (New York) ===
  +
The 77th Army Reserve Command was responsible for overseeing the Army Reserve in New York.<ref name=":13">{{Cite web |title=HISTORY OF THE 77TH INFANTRY DIVISION RESERVE |url=https://www.77thinfdivroa.org/aboutus/History.html |access-date=2022-05-26 |website=www.77thinfdivroa.org}}</ref><ref name=":14">{{Cite web |date=July 2000 |title=Liberty Torch: A century in review |url=https://www.77thinfdivroa.org/aboutus/77thRRC.LibertyTorch.July2000.pdf |access-date=26 May 2022 |website=77th Infantry Division Reserve Officers Association Inc.}}</ref>
   
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* [[File:77th_Infantry_Division.patch.jpg|69x69px]] '''[[77th Sustainment Brigade|77th Army Reserve Command]]''', at [[Fort Totten (Queens)|Fort Totten, New York]]<ref name=":13" /><ref name=":14" />
=== 78th Division (Training) (New Jersey) ===
 
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** Command Headquarters; Major General Francis T. Donohue (from April 1989)<ref name=":14" />
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** 77th Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
** 4th Legal Support Organisation, in Bronx
  +
** 7th Legal Support Organisation, in Albany
  +
** 361st Press Camp Headquarters, at [[Fort Totten (Queens)|Fort Totten]]
  +
** 311th Military History Detachment, at [[Fort Totten (Queens)|Fort Totten]]
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** [[File:411th_Engineer_Brigade_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[411th Engineer Brigade (United States)|411th Engineer Brigade]]''' ''– under 412th Engineer Command for operations''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Brooklyn
  +
*** 306th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy), in Amityville
  +
*** 354th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy), in Newburgh
  +
*** 464th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Corps), in Schenectady
  +
*** [[479th Engineer Battalion]] (Combat) (Corps), in Watertown
  +
*** [[854th Engineer Battalion]], in [[Saugerties, New York|Saugerties]]
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** '''301st Area Support Group'''<ref>{{Cite web |date=2021-08-26 |title=301st Area Support Group |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210826232248/https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/301asg.htm |access-date=2022-05-26 |website=web.archive.org}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web |date=2005-03-11 |title=301st Support Group/Units |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20050311185805/http://160.136.109.3:3003/77thRSC/copy_of_77thweb/301st.htm |access-date=2022-05-26 |website=web.archive.org}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Totten (Queens)|Fort Totten]]
  +
*** 354th Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 413th Quartermaster Battalion, in Schenectady
  +
*** 420th Quartermaster Battalion (Supply and Services), in [[Liverpool, New York|Liverpool]]
  +
*** 408th Personnel Services Battalion
  +
*** 319th Army Band
  +
** '''[[318th Transportation Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Hamilton]]
  +
*** 413th Supply and Service Battalion
  +
*** 436th Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 695th Maintenance Battalion, in [[Far Rockaway, Queens|Far Rockaway]]
  +
** '''[[8th Medical Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Hamilton]]
  +
*** 348th General Hospital
  +
*** 344th Combat Support Hospital
  +
*** 865th Combat Support Hospital
  +
*** 336th Medical Detachment, in Newburgh (Aeromedical Evacuation – 6 x UH-1V utility helicopters)
  +
*** 423rd Medical Detachment, in Syracuse (Aeromedical Evacuation – 6 x UH-1V utility helicopters)
  +
** '''[[800th Military Police Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Hempstead, New York|Hempstead]]
  +
*** [[306th Military Police Battalion]]
  +
*** [[310th Military Police Battalion]], in Hempstead
   
=== 80th Division (Training) (Virginia) ===
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=== 79th Army Reserve Command (Pennsylvania) ===
  +
The 79th Army Reserve Command is responsible for overseeing the Army Reserve units based in the [[Commonwealth of Pennsylvania]].
   
  +
* [[File:79th_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|59x59px]] '''[[79th Infantry Division (United States)|79th Army Reserve Command]]''', in [[Willow Grove, Pennsylvania]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=79th Army Reserve Command (79th ARCOM) - Army Unit Directory - Together We Served |url=https://army.togetherweserved.com/army/servlet/tws.webapp.WebApp?cmd=PublicUnit&type=Unit&ID=787 |access-date=2022-05-27 |website=army.togetherweserved.com}}</ref>
=== 94th Army Reserve Command (Massachusetts) ===
 
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** [[392nd Signal Battalion]]
  +
** [[378th Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
** [[336th Military Police Battalion]], in Pittsburgh
  +
** [[340th Military Police Battalion]], in Wilkes-Barre
  +
** 402nd Military Police Camp, in Wilkes-Barre
  +
** 6th Battalion, [[52nd Aviation Regiment (United States)|52nd Aviation Regiment]], at Fort Indiantown Gap
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[228th Aviation Regiment (United States)|228th Aviation Regiment]], at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove
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** '''[[315th Engineer Group]]'''<ref>{{Cite book |last=Appropriations |first=United States Congress House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=hJaFCMty3h0C&pg=RA2-PA265&dq=%2279th+Army+Reserve+Command%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj5gqn-9__3AhU_VTABHYv2BAs4ChDoAXoECAkQAg#v=onepage&q=%2279th%20Army%20Reserve%20Command%22&f=false |title=Military Construction Appropriations for 1994: Justification of the budget estimates: Air Force |date=1993 |publisher=U.S. Government Printing Office |isbn=978-0-16-040684-3 |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in New Cumberland
  +
*** [[330th Engineer Battalion]] (Combat) (Corps), in Worcester
  +
*** [[365th Engineer Battalion]] (Combat) (Heavy), in Schuykill
  +
*** [[429th Engineer Battalion]] (Combat) (Heavy), in Uniontown
  +
*** [[458th Engineer Battalion]] (Combat) (Corps), in Johnstown
  +
** '''[[301st Regional Support Group]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Butler
  +
*** 378th Support Battalion
  +
*** 402nd Quartermaster Battalion (Petroleum Support)
  +
** '''[[338th Medical Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove
  +
*** 424th Medical Battalion, in Edgemont
  +
** '''[[304th Civil Affairs Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Bristol
   
=== 95th Army Reserve Command (Maryland) ===
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=== 94th Army Reserve Command (Massachusetts) ===
   
=== 98th Division (Training) (New York) ===
+
=== 97th Army Reserve Command (Maryland) ===
   
 
=== 99th Army Reserve Command (Pennsylvania) ===
 
=== 99th Army Reserve Command (Pennsylvania) ===
   
== 2nd Army ==
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=== 76th Division (Training) ===
Second (2nd) Army is responsible for overseeing Army Reserve units in seven states (Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee)? and two territories (Puerto Rico & US. Virgin Islands). The 2nd Army encompassing the South-eastern United States area.
 
   
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=== 78th Division (Training) ===
* '''[[Second United States Army|2nd Army]]'''
 
** Army Headquarters, at Fort Gillem, Georgia
 
   
=== 75th Maneuver Area Command (Texas) ===
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=== 80th Division (Training) ===
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=== 98th Division (Training) ===
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== Second United States Army ==
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[[File:Orren_Ray_Whiddon.jpg|thumb|450x450px|Lieutenant General Orren Whiddon commanded Second Army from 1987 until 1990 when he was succeeded by Lt. Gen [[James W. Crysel]].]]
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HQ Second United States Army was established on 1st October 1983, and was inactivated on 3rd July 1995 following the post-Cold War cuts. It was reformed briefly in March 2014 as U.S. Army Cyber Command but was inactivated once again in April 2017. The Second Army was formed to oversee reserve component matters in several states: [[Alabama]], [[Florida]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]], [[Kentucky]], [[Mississippi]], [[North Carolina]], [[Puerto Rico]], [[South Carolina]], and [[Tennessee]].<ref name=":11" />
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* [[File:Second_United_States_Army_CSIB.svg|62x62px]] '''[[Second United States Army]]'''; Lieutenant General [[Orren R. Whiddon|Orren Ray Whiddon]] <small>[[Bronze Star Medal|BSM]] [[Meritorious Service Medal (United States)|MSM]] [[Defense Superior Service Medal|DSSM]] [[Army Commendation|ACM]]</small>
  +
** Army Headquarters, at Fort Gillem, Georgia<ref name=":8" />
  +
** 7th Battalion, [[9th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Florida Army Reserve)
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[15th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|15th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Alabama Army Reserve)
  +
** 4th Battalion, [[17th Field Artillery Regiment]] (North Carolina Army Reserve)
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[75th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Missouri Army Reserve)
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[83rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Mississippi Army Reserve)
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[113th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Clinton, North Carolina (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[114th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Mississippi National Guard)
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[115th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Tennessee National Guard)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[116th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Florida National Guard)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[117th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Brundidge, Alabama (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
** 3rd Battalion, 117th Field Artillery Regiment, in Brundidge, Alabama (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[138th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|138th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Kentucky National Guard)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[162nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in San Juan, Puerto Rico (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[178th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Mississippi National Guard)
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[230th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Georgia National Guard)
  +
** [[51st Military Police Battalion]], in Florence, South Carolina (National Guard)
  +
** 124th Military Police Battalion, in San Juan, Puerto Rico (National Guard)
  +
** 125th Military Police Battalion, in Ponce, Puerto Rico (National Guard)
  +
** [[168th Military Police Battalion]], in Dyersburg, Tennessee (National Guard)
  +
** 170th Military Police Battalion, in Atlanta, Georgia (National Guard)
  +
** 198th Military Police Battalion, in Louisville, Kentucky (National Guard)
  +
** 666th Military Police Battalion, in Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (National Guard)
  +
** 1st Battalion, 130th Aviation Regiment (North Carolina National Guard) (Attack w/ Apaches)<ref name=":1">{{Cite web |orig-date=July/August 1989 |title=United States Army Aviation Digest for July/August 1989 |url=http://www.rucker.army.mil/avjournal/1980/1989/AVN_DIG_1989_07_08.pdf |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170216133153/http://www.rucker.army.mil/avjournal/1980/1989/AVN_DIG_1989_07_08.pdf |archive-date=16 February 2017 |access-date=23 March 2022 |website=Fort Rucker Website |publisher=Army Aviation Branch}}</ref>
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** [[File:US278ACRSSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[278th Armored Cavalry Regiment]]''' [[278th Armored Cavalry Regiment|"Third Tennessee"]] (Tennessee National Guard)– organised as a brigade
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*** Regimental Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, in Knoxville (10 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley IFVs]])
  +
*** 1st Squadron, in Athens (41 x [[M1 Abrams|M1A1 Abrams Main battle tanks]]; 39 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley IFVs]])
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*** 2nd Squadron, in Kingsport (41 x M1A1 Abrams Main battle tanks; 39 x M3 Bradley IFVs)
  +
*** 3rd Squadron, in Cookeville (41 x M1A1 Abrams Main battle tanks; 39 x M3 Bradley IFVs)
  +
*** 190th Engineer Company, in Pulaski
  +
** [[File:230SustainBdeSSI.jpg|54x54px]] '''[[230th Sustainment Brigade (United States)|30th Tennessee Separate Armored Brigade]]''' (Tennessee National Guard)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in Jacksonville, Tennessee
  +
*** B Troop, [[230th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|230th Cavalry Regiment]], in Huntingdon (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[109th Armored Regiment]], in Lebanon (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 109th Armored Regiment, in Trenton (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[117th Infantry Regiment (United States)|117th Infantry Regiment]], in Henderson (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[115th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Memphis (24 x M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 890th Engineer Company, in Oak Ridge
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** [[File:31st_ID_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[31st Armored Brigade (United States)|31st Alabama Separate Armored Brigade]]''' (Alabama National Guard)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in Northport, Alabama
  +
*** E Troop, 31st Cavalry Regiment, in Sylacauga (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 131st Armored Regiment, in Ozark (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 152nd Armored Regiment, in Gadsden (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 167th Infantry Regiment, in Langdale (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 117th Field Artillery Regiment, in Andalusia (24 x M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 31st Engineer Company, in Fayatte
  +
** [[File:30th_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|47x47px]] '''[[30th Infantry Brigade (United States)|30th South Carolina Separate Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (South Carolina National Guard)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in Clinton, North Carolina (or Goldsboro)
  +
*** E Troop, [[196th Cavalry Regiment]], in Elizabethtown (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[252nd Armor Regiment|252nd Armored Regiment]], in Fayetteville (Armored; with M1A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[119th Infantry Regiment (United States)|119th Infantry Regiment]], in Ahoskie (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[120th Infantry Regiment (United States)|120th Infantry Regiment]], in Wilmington (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[156th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Kingston, New York (New York NG; 24 x M109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 881st Engineer Company, in Rockingham
  +
** [[File:53rd_Infantry_Brigade_SSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[53rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|53rd Florida Separate Infantry Brigade]]''' (Florida NG)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[Tampa, Florida]]
  +
*** E Troop, [[153rd Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Ocala, Florida|Ocala]] (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[124th Infantry Regiment (United States)|124th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Miami]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 124th Infantry Regiment, in [[Orlando, Florida|Orlando]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 124th Infantry Regiment, in [[Panama City, Florida|Panama City]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[116th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Lakeland, Florida|Lakeland]] (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 153rd Engineer Company
  +
*** E Detachment, [[265th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** Command Aviation Unit, at [[Lakeland Municipal Airport]]
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** [[File:Combat_service_identification_badge_of_the_92nd_Maneuver_Enhancement_Brigade.svg|44x44px]] '''[[92nd Infantry Brigade (United States)|92nd Puerto Rico Separate Infantry Brigade]]''' (Puerto Rico NG)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[San Juan, Puerto Rico]]
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*** E Troop, [[192nd Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Salinas, Puerto Rico|Salinas]] (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[65th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Cayey, Puerto Rico|Cayey]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 65th Infantry Regiment, in [[Aguadilla, Puerto Rico|Aguadilla]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[295th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Caguas, Puerto Rico|Caguas]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[296th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Mayagüez, Puerto Rico|Mayaguez]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[162nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in San Juan (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 892nd Engineer Company, in [[Humacao, Puerto Rico|Humacao]]
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** [[File:218th_Infantry_Brigade_SSI.svg|46x46px]] '''[[218th Infantry Brigade (United States)|218th South Carolina Separate Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (South Carolina NG)<ref>{{Cite web |title=218TH INFANTRY BRIGADE (SEPARATE) |url=https://tmg110.tripod.com/usarmyh36.htm |access-date=2022-05-15 |website=tmg110.tripod.com}}</ref>
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[Newberry, South Carolina]]
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*** [[Troop B, 202nd Cavalry Regiment|B Troop, 713th Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Ridgeland, South Carolina|Ridgeland]] (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[263rd Armor Regiment|263rd Armored Regiment]], in [[Seneca, South Carolina|Seneca]] (Armored; with M1A1 Main Battle Tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[118th Infantry Regiment (United States)|118th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Mount Pleasant, South Carolina|Mount Pleasant]] (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 4th Battalion, 118th Infantry Regiment, in [[Union, South Carolina|Union]] (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[178th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Greer, South Carolina|Greer]] (24 x M109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** E Battery, [[263rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with Vulcan & Stinger)
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*** 522nd Engineer Company, in [[Camden, South Carolina|Camden]]
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** [[File:113FARegtDUI.jpg|52x52px]] [[113th Field Artillery Brigade|'''113th Field Artillery Brigade''']] (North Carolina National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Greensboro, North Carolina
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*** 4th Battalion, [[113th Field Artillery Regiment]], in High Point (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 5th Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, in Louisburg (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:118FARegtCOA.jpg|61x61px]] '''[[118th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Georgia National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Savannah, Georgia
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[117th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Auburn, Alabama (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[214th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Elberton (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 214th Field Artillery Regiment, in Statesboro (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:138FABdeSSI.png|45x45px]] '''[[138th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Kentucky National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Lexington, Kentucky
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*** 1st Battalion, [[623rd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Glasgow (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:151FABdeSSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[151st Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (South Carolina NG)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Sumter, South Carolina
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[178th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 4th Battalion, 178th Field Artillery Regiment, in Georgetown, South Carolina (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:196FABdeSSI.png|45x45px]] '''[[196th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Tennessee National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Chattanooga, Tennessee
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*** 1st Battalion, [[115th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Winchester (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[181st Field Artillery Regiment]], in Chattanooga (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:227FABdeSSI.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[227th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Florida National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Miami, Florida
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*** 1st Battalion, [[116th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Sarasota (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 116th Field Artillery Regiment, in Plant City (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:631FABdeSSI.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[631st Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Mississippi National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Grenada, Mississippi
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*** 1st Battalion, [[114th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Greenwood (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 4th Battalion, 114th Field Artillery Regiment, in Camp Shelby (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:164th_Air_Defense_Artillery_Brigade.svg|45x45px]] '''[[164th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|164th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]''' (Florida National Guard)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Orlando, Florida
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*** 2nd Battalion, 265th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in Orlando (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 265th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in West Palm Beach (Air Defense; with Chapparal mobile SAMs)
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** [[File:263ADABdeSSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[263rd Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]''' (South Carolina National Guard)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Anderson, South Carolina
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*** 1st Battalion, [[263rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
   
 
=== 81st Army Reserve Command (Georgia) ===
 
=== 81st Army Reserve Command (Georgia) ===
   
=== 87th Maneuver Area Command (Alabama) ===
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=== 120th Army Reserve Command (South Carolina) ===
   
=== 95th Division (Training) (Oklahoma) ===
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=== 121st Army Reserve Command (Alabama) ===
   
=== 102nd Army Reserve Command (Missouri) ===
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=== 100th Division (Training) (Kentucky) ===
   
 
=== 108th Division (Training) (North Carolina) ===
 
=== 108th Division (Training) (North Carolina) ===
   
== 3rd Army (US Army Central) ==
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=== 87th Maneuver Area Command (Alabama) ===
   
* '''[[Third United States Army|3rd Army]]'''
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== Third United States Army ==
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[[File:LGEN_Yeosock,_John_J.JPEG|thumb|376x376px|Lt. Gen John Yeosock commanded Third United States Army from an unknown period in late 1989 until his retirement in August 1992. He oversaw the 3rd Army's deployment during [[Operation Desert Shield]] and later [[Operation Desert Storm]].]]
** Army Headquarters, at Fort McPherson, Georgia
 
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HQ Third United States Army was established on 1st December 1982, and was tasked with overseeing Army matters in the [[Middle East]], including training of troops to deploy to the region and those based permanently therein. The army's area of responsibility also covered Africa and Asia, centred around the [[Persian Gulf]]. The army became aligned with the joint [[United States Central Command]] which was established on 1st January 1983.<ref>{{Cite web |title=History {{!}} U.S. Army Central |url=https://www.usarcent.army.mil/history/contingency |access-date=2022-05-16 |website=www.usarcent.army.mil}}</ref>
   
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* [[File:United_States_Army_Central_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[Third United States Army]]'''; Lieutenant General [[John J. Yeosock|John John Yeosock]] (from late 1989)
== 4th Army ==
 
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** Army Headquarters, at Fort McPherson, Georgia<ref name=":8" />
Fourth (4th) Army is responsible for overseeing field army training for the regular forces and doubled as the United States Army Recruiting Command as well.
 
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** 54th Signal Battalion, in Saudi Arabia<ref name=":5">{{Cite book |url=https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=jjr6yOXKp0YC&rdid=book-jjr6yOXKp0YC&rdot=1 |title=The Army Communicator |date=1993 |publisher=U.S. Army Signal Center |language=en}}</ref><ref name=":6">{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=_7X1fok-zBcC&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&dq=%22516th+Signal+Brigade%22&source=gbs_navlinks_s |title=The Army's Signal Command |date=1995 |publisher=U.S. Army Information Systems Command |language=en}}</ref>
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** [[File:513_mi_bde_patch.svg|45x45px]] '''[[513th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at [[Fort Monmouth|Fort Monmouth, New Jersey]]
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*** 24th Military Intelligence Battalion (Army Reserve), in [[Staten Island|Staten Island, New York]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=24th Military Intelligence Battalion |url=https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/24mi.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=www.globalsecurity.org}}</ref>
   
* '''[[Fourth United States Army|4th Army]]'''
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== Fourth United States Army ==
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[[File:James_R._Hall.jpeg|thumb|362x362px|Lt. Gen James R. Hall, Jr. was the last commander of the Fourth Army, who took over in May 1989. In October 1991, following the inactivation of the Army he retired.]]
** Commanding General, Fourth Army ()
 
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Fourth United States Army was established on 1st October 1984 to oversee reserve component matters in the [[Midwestern United States|Midwest]] including the following states: [[Illinois]], [[Indiana]], [[Iowa]], [[Michigan]], [[Minnesota]], [[Ohio]], and [[Wisconsin]].<ref name=":11" /> The army was disestablished on 30th September 1991 as part of the post-Cold War cuts.
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Sheridan, Illinois|Fort Sheridan]], [[Illinois]]
 
   
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* [[File:Fourth_United_States_Army_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[Fourth United States Army]]'''; Lieutenant General [[James R. Hall|James Reginald Hall, Jr.]]<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=zqRPfg2-KCEC&newbks=0&printsec=frontcover |title=Army Executive Biographies |date=1985 |publisher=Headquarters, Department of the Army |language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web |title=4TH ARMY TO GO OUT WITH BANG |url=https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1991-09-27-9103130784-story.html |access-date=2022-05-16 |website=Chicago Tribune |language=en}}</ref>
=== 84th Division (Training) (Minnesota) ===
 
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Sheridan, Illinois|Fort Sheridan]], [[Illinois]]<ref name=":8" />
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** 5th Battalion, [[28th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Ohio Army Reserve)
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** 3rd Battalion, [[92nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Ohio Army Reserve)
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** 1st Battalion, [[120th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Wisconsin National Guard)
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** 2nd Battalion, [[122nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Illinois National Guard)
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** 1st Battalion, [[125th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Minnesota National Guard)
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** 1st Battalion, [[136th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Ohio National Guard)
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** 1st Battalion, [[182nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Oak Park, Michigan (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:107CavRegtCOA.jpg|69x69px]] '''[[107th Cavalry Regiment|107th Armored Cavalry Regiment]]''' (Ohio National Guard)<ref name=":1" /> – organised as a brigade
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*** Regimental Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, in Cleveland (10 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley IFVs]])
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*** 1st Squadron (41 x [[M1 Abrams|M1A1 Abrams Main battle tanks]]; 39 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley IFVs]])
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*** 2nd Squadron, in Canton (41 x M1A1 Abrams Main battle tanks; 39 x M3 Bradley IFVs)
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*** 3rd Squadron, in Stow (41 x M1A1 Abrams Main battle tanks; 39 x M3 Bradley IFVs)
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*** 107th Regimental Aviation Squadron (Reconnaissance)<ref name=":1" />
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** [[File:32nd_infantry_division_shoulder_patch.svg|62x62px]] '''[[32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|32nd Wisconsin Separate Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (Wisconsin NG)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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*** E Troop, [[105th Cavalry Regiment]], in Milwaukee (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[632nd Armor Regiment|632nd Armored Regiment]], in Whitefish Bay (Armored; with M1A1 Main Battle Tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[127th Infantry Regiment (United States)|127th Infantry Regiment]], in Appleton (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[128th Infantry Regiment (United States)|128th Infantry Regiment]], in Eau Claire (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[120th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Wisconsin Rapids (24 x M109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 32nd Engineer Company, in Onalaska
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*** 132nd Support Battalion, in Madison<ref>{{Cite web |title=132d SUPPORT BATTALION {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0132sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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** [[File:33rd_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[33rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|33rd Illinois Separate Infantry Brigade]]''' (Illinois NG)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[Chicago Illinois|Chicago, Illinois]]
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*** E Troop, [[106th Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Rock Falls, Illinois|Rock Falls]] (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry Regiment, in Chicago (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 129th Infantry Regiment, in [[Joliet, Illinois|Joliet]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, 131st Infantry Regiment, in Chicago (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 122nd Field Artillery Regiment, in Chicago (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 239th Engineer Company
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** [[File:37th_Infantry_Brigade_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[73rd Infantry Brigade (United States)|73rd Ohio Separate Infantry Brigade]]''' (Ohio NG)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[Columbus, Ohio]]
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*** A Troop, [[237th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|237th Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Cincinnati]] (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[147th Infantry Regiment (United States)|147th Infantry Regiment]], in Cincinnati (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[148th Infantry Regiment (United States)|148th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Lima, Ohio|Lima]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[166th Infantry Regiment (United States)|166th Infantry Regiment]], in Columbus (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[136th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Columbus (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 837th Engineer Company, in [[Toledo, Ohio|Toledo]]
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** [[File:428FABdeSSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[428th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in South Bend, Indiana
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*** 4th Battalion, [[20th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|20th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lansing, Michigan (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[38th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Bay City, Michigan (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[333rd Field Artillery Regiment]], in South Bend, Indiana (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled guns)
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** [[File:434FABdeSSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[434th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Chicago, Illinois
  +
*** 7th Battalion, [[1st Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|1st Field Artillery Regiment]], in Chicago, Illinois (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[75th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Peioria, Illinois (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
** '''[[177th Military Police Brigade (United States)|177th Military Police Brigade]]''' (National Guard)
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Detroit, Michigan
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*** 33rd Military Police Battalion, in Chicago, Illinois
  +
*** 34th Military Police Battalion, in Johnston, Iowa
  +
*** 146th Military Police Battalion, in Lansing, Michigan
  +
*** 210th Military Police Battalion, in Oak Park, Michigan
  +
*** 437th Military Police Battalion, in Youngstown, Ohio
  +
** '''300th Military Police Command''' (Army Reserve)
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Inkster, Michigan
  +
*** 377th Military Police Battalion, in Rosemont, Illinois
  +
*** 535th Military Police Battalion, in Columbus, Ohio
  +
*** 604th Military Police Battalion, in Terre Haute, Indiana
   
=== 85th Division (Training) (Illinois) ===
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=== 38th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
  +
The 38th Infantry Division (Mechanized) formed part of the Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan Army National Guards.
  +
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* [[File:38th_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|57x57px]] '''[[38th Infantry Division (United States)|38th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)
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** Divisional Headquarters, in Indianapolis, Indiana
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** '''2nd Indiana Infantry Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Kokomo, Indiana
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 151st Infantry Regiment, in New Albany
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*** 2nd Battalion, 151st Infantry Regiment, in South Bend
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*** 1st Battalion, 152nd Infantry Regiment, in Jasper
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** '''[[46th Infantry Division (United States)|46th Michigan Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Flint, Michigan
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*** 1st Battalion, 246th Armored Regiment, in Dowagic (Armored; with M60A1 main battle tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, 125th Infantry Regiment, in Flint
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*** 3rd Battalion, 125th Infantry Regiment, in Wyoming
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*** [[Detroit Light Guard|1st Battalion, 225th Infantry Regiment]], in Detroit
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** '''[[76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|76th Indiana Infantry Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Bedford, Indiana
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 152nd Infantry Regiment, in Columbus (Mechanised; with M113 armored personnel carriers)
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*** 1st Battalion, 293rd Infantry Regiment, in Fort Wayne
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*** 2nd Battalion, 293rd Infantry Regiment, in Logansport
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** '''[[38th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|38th Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Indianapolis, Indiana
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*** 1st Battalion, [[119th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lansing, Michigan (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[139th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Crwfordsville, Indiana (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[163rd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Evansville, Indiana (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[150th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Bedford, Indiana (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers and 4 x M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** '''[[38th Sustainment Brigade|38th Infantry Division Support Command]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 107th Supply and Service Battalion, in
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*** [[108th Sustainment Brigade (United States)|108th Supply and Transportation Battalion]]
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*** 738th Maintenance Battalion, in Indianapolis<ref>{{Cite web |title=738th Forward Support Battalion |url=https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/738fsb.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=www.globalsecurity.org}}</ref>
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*** 1 x Medical Battalion
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*** 1 x Aviation Company
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** '''38th Aviation Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Shelyville, Indiana
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*** 1st Squadron, 238th Cavalry Regiment, in Marion (Air Cavalry)
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**** D Troop, in Grand Ledge, Michigan
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*** 1st Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment (Attack Aviation)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment (Support), in Michigan
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**** A Company, in Michigan
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**** B Company, in Indiana
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**** C Company, in Indiana and Michigan
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=== 47th Infantry Division ===
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The 47th Infantry Division was hosted by the Minnesota Army National Guard but comprised troops from the Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin Army National Guards as-well.
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* [[File:47th_Division_Shoulder_Patch.svg|50x50px]] '''[[47th Infantry Division (United States)|47th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)
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** Divisional Headquarters, in Saint Paul, Minnesota
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*** 125th Public Affairs Detachment<ref name=":12">{{Citation |title=47th Infantry Division 1982 Year in Review |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDPop-JyQmo |language=en |access-date=2022-05-24}}</ref>
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** 147th Signal Battalion, in [[Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota]]
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** 147th Military Intelligence Battalion, in Fort Snelling, Minnsota
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** 1st Battalion, [[202nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with Stinger MANPADs)
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** 682nd Engineer Battalion, in Roseville, Minnesota
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** 47th Chemical Company
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** 47th Military Police Company, in Saint Paul, Minnesota
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** 47th Infantry Division Band<ref name=":12" />
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** '''[[1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division|1st Minnesota Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Stillwater, Minnesota
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*** 1st Battalion, 94th Armored Regiment, in Duluth (Armored; with M48A5 main battle tanks)
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*** 1st Battalion, 135th Infantry Regiment, in Rochester (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 135th Infantry Regiment, in Mankato (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, 136th Infantry Regiment, in Saint Cloud (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''[[2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division|35th Iowa Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Boone, Iowa
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*** 2nd Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment, in Sergeant Bluff (Mechanised Infantry; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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*** 1st Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment, in Cedar Falls (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, 168th Infantry Regiment, in Council Bluffs (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''66th Illinois Infantry Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Springfield, Illinois
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 123rd Infantry Regiment, in Springfield (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 130th Infantry Regiment, in Urbana (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 130th Infantry Regiment, in East Saint Louis (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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** '''47th Infantry Division Artillery<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Anoka, Minnesota
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*** 2nd Battalion, 123rd Field Artillery Regiment, in Rock Island, Illinois (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, 175th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, 194th Field Artillery Regiment, in Fort Dodge, Iowa (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, 151st Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers and 4 x M110 203mm heavy self-propelled guns)
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** '''47th Infantry Division Support Command'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 232nd Supply and Services Battalion, in Springfield, Illinois<ref>{{Cite web |title=HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT 232d SUPPORT BATTALION - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0232sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 747th Maintenance Battalion
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*** 204th Medical Battalion
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** '''47th Aviation Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Saint Paul, Minnesota
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*** 1st Squadron, 194th Cavalry Regiment, in Brainerd (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, 147th Aviation Regiment (Attack)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 147th Aviation Regiment, in Saint Paul (Support)
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=== 83rd Army Reserve Command (Ohio) ===
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=== 86th Army Reserve Command (Illinois) ===
   
 
=== 88th Army Reserve Command (Minnesota) ===
 
=== 88th Army Reserve Command (Minnesota) ===
   
== 5th Army ==
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=== 123rd Army Reserve Command (Indiana) ===
Fifth (5th) Army is responsible for overseeing all Army National Guard and Army Reserve units not assigned to a division or corps. The army was also responsible for the training of, mobilisation of, and movement of all ground forces in the Continental United States.
 
   
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=== 70th Division (Training) (Michigan) ===
* '''[[Fifth Army (United States)|5th Army]]'''
 
** Commanding General, Fifth Army ()
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Sam Houston]], [[Texas]]
 
** '''[[107th Cavalry Regiment|107th Armored Cavalry Regiment]]''' (Ohio National Guard)<ref name=":1">{{Cite web |orig-date=July/August 1989 |title=United States Army Aviation Digest for July/August 1989 |url=http://www.rucker.army.mil/avjournal/1980/1989/AVN_DIG_1989_07_08.pdf |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170216133153/http://www.rucker.army.mil/avjournal/1980/1989/AVN_DIG_1989_07_08.pdf |archive-date=16 February 2017 |access-date=23 March 2022 |website=Fort Rucker Website |publisher=Army Aviation Branch}}</ref> – organised as a brigade
 
*** 107th Regimental Aviation Squadron (Reconnaissance; Armoured; Mechanised and Aviation Squadrons)<ref name=":1" />
 
** 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment – organised as a brigade
 
** 116th Cavalry Brigade
 
** 30th Armored Brigade
 
** 31st Armored Brigade
 
** 163rd Armored Brigade
 
** 30th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)
 
** 32nd Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)
 
** 218th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)
 
** 33rd Infantry Brigade
 
** 39th Infantry Brigade
 
** 45th Infantry Brigade
 
** 53rd Infantry Brigade
 
** 73rd Infantry Brigade
 
** 92nd Infantry Brigade
 
** 207th Infantry Group (Scout)
 
** 1st Battalion, 130th Aviation Regiment (North Carolina National Guard) (Attack w/ Apaches)<ref name=":1" />
 
   
=== 49th Armored Division ===
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=== 84th Division (Training) (Wisconsin) ===
   
* '''[[49th Armored Division]]''' (National Guard)
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=== 85th Division (Training) (Illinois) ===
** '''[[49th Armored Division Artillery (United States)|49th Armored Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2">{{Cite journal |title=Field Artillery Journal: January–February 1985 Edition |url=https://tradocfcoeccafcoepfwprod.blob.core.usgovcloudapi.net/fires-bulletin-archive/1985/JAN_FEB_1985/JAN_FEB_1985_FULL_EDITION.pdf |journal=Field Artillery Journal |volume=January–February 1985 Edition}}</ref>'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[131st Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[133rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|133rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 3rd Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery Regiment
 
*** 4th Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery Regiment
 
   
=== 50th Armored Division ===
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=== 310th Theater Army Area Command ===
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The 310th Theater Army Area Command was headquartered in Indiana and its HQ element provided by the Indiana Army National Guard. Its subordinate units however, came from outside of the state and area of the Fourth Army.<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=3YPFCrSLpRYC&pg=PA26&dq=%2243d+Military+Police+Brigade%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi88dzrzPj3AhV5pIkEHbrbB_84ChDoAXoECAIQAg#v=onepage&q&f=false |title=Army Logistician |date=1985 |publisher=U.S. Army Logistics Management Center |language=en}}</ref>
   
* '''[[50th Armored Division (United States)|50th Armored Division]]''' (National Guard)
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* '''[[310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)|310th Theater Army Area Command]]''' ({{Rating|2}})
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** '''114th Area Support Group''' (Mississippi National Guard)<ref>{{Cite web |date=2021-08-25 |title=114th Area Support Group |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210825074207/https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/114asg.htm |access-date=2022-05-24 |website=web.archive.org}}</ref>
** '''[[50th Armored Division Artillery (United States)|50th Armored Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment, in [[Hattiesburg, Mississippi]]
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*** 31st Rear Operations Center, in [[Jackson, Mississippi]]
*** 1st Battalion, [[112th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 3rd Battalion, 112th Field Artillery Regiment
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*** 112th Military Police Battalion, in [[Canton, Mississippi]]
*** 4th Battalion, 112th Field Artillery Regiment
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*** 298th Corps Support Battalion, in [[Philadelphia, Mississippi]]
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** '''[[43rd Military Police Brigade (United States)|43rd Military Police Brigade]]''' (Rhode Island National Guard)<ref>{{Cite book |last=Appropriations |first=United States Congress House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=VKO2AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA1325&dq=%2243rd+Military+Police+Brigade%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjz3Oj5y_j3AhXRkokEHVL5BgYQ6AF6BAgHEAI#v=onepage&q=%2243rd%20Military%20Police%20Brigade%22&f=false |title=Military Construction Appropriations for 1987: Justification of the budget estimates, Army |date=1986 |publisher=U.S. Government Printing Office |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Providence, Rhode Island
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*** 118th Military Police Battalion, in Providence, Rhode Island
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*** 243rd Military Police Battalion, in Warwick, Rhode Island
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*** 119th Military Police Company
   
=== 35th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
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== Fifth United States Army ==
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[[File:GeorgeRStotser.png|thumb|344x344px|Lt. Gen George R. Stotser took command of the Fifth Army in September 1989 and commanded the army until he retired in July 1991.]]
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The Fifth United States Army was activated on 1st January 1957 and was responsible for overseeing Reserve Component activities in the southern United States including the following states: [[Arkansas]], [[Kansas]], [[Louisiana]], [[Missouri]], [[Nebraska]], [[New Mexico]], [[Oklahoma]], and [[Texas]].<ref name=":11" />
   
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* [[File:United_States_Army_North_CSIB.svg|55x55px]] '''[[Fifth Army (United States)|Fifth United States Army]]'''; Lieutenant General [[George R. Stotser|George Raymond Stotser]] (from September 1989)
=== 40th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Sam Houston]], [[Texas]]<ref name=":8" />
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** 1st Battalion, [[127th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Kansas National Guard)
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** 2nd Battalion, [[130th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Hiawatha, Kansas (National Guard; Field Artillery)
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** 1st Battalion, [[141st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Louisiana National Guard)
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** 1st Battalion, [[160th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|160th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Oklahoma National Guard)
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** 5th Battalion, [[206th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Arkansas National Guard)
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** 1st Battalion, [[138th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], in Lafayette, Louisiana (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
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** 159th Military Police Battalion, at Richard Gebaur Air Force Base, Missouri
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** [[175th Military Police Battalion]], in Fulton, Missouri
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** [[205th Military Police Battalion]], in Kansas City, Missouri
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** [[File:45thIBCTSSI.png|40x40px]] '''[[45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|45th Oklahoma Separate Infantry Brigade]]''' (Oklahoma NG)
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*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[Edmond, Oklahoma]]
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*** E Troop, [[145th Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Muskogee, Oklahoma|Muskogee]] (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[179th Infantry Regiment (United States)|179th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Stillwater, Oklahoma|Stillwater]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[180th Infantry Regiment (United States)|180th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Durant, Oklahoma|Durant]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[279th Infantry Regiment (United States)|279th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Tulsa, Oklahoma|Tulsa]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[160th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|160th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Chandler, Oklahoma|Chandler]] (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 245th Engineer Company, in Muskogee
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*** 45th Military Police Company, in [[McAlester, Oklahoma|McAlester]]
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** [[File:142FABdeSSI.svg|30x30px]] '''[[142nd Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Arkansas National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Fayetteville, Arkansas
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*** 1st Battalion, [[142nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Harrison (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 142nd Field Artillery Regiment, in Fort Smith (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:111ADABdeSSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[111th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]''' (New Mexico National Guard)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Albuquerque, New Mexico
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in Clovis, New Mexico
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*** 7th Battalion, 200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in New Mexico
   
  +
=== 49th Armored Division ===
* '''[[40th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]''' (National Guard)
 
  +
The 49th Armored Division was one of two remaining armored divisions in the National Guard and its troops were provided by the Texas Army National Guard along with one battalion from the New Mexico Army National Guard.
** '''[[40th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|40th Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[143rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[144th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 2nd Battalion, 144th Field Artillery Regiment
 
*** 3rd Battalion, 144th Field Artillery Regiment
 
   
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* [[File:49th_US_Armored_Division_SSI.svg|50x50px]] '''[[49th Armored Division]]''' (National Guard)
=== 26th Infantry Division ===
 
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Austin, Texas|Austin]]
The 26th Infantry Division was part of the National Guard and comprised soldiers from [[New England]], notable the following states: [[Massachusetts]] (Mass), [[Connecticut]] (Conn), [[Rhode island and providence plantations|Rhode Island & Providence Plantations]], and [[Vermont]] (VT).
 
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** 249th Signal Battalion, in [[Dallas, Texas|Dallas]]<ref>{{cite web |last1=Raines |first1=Rebecca Robbins |title=Signal Corps |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-15-1/CMH_Pub_60-15-1.pdf |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=536th Signal Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/sc/0536scbn.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** 549th Military Intelligence Battalion (Army Reserve)<ref>{{cite web |author1=John Patrick Finnegan |author2=Romana Danysh |title=Military Intelligence |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-13-1/cmhPub_60-13-1.pdf |access-date=22 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** 1st Battalion, [[200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (United States)|200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], in [[Roswell, New Mexico]]<ref name="GAO5">{{cite web |year=1991 |title=Reserve Components: Factors Related to Personnel Attrition in the Selected Reserve |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ml8sAAAAIAAJ&q=%22249th+Support+Battalion%22&pg=PA86 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States - General Accounting Office}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=Air Defense Artillery |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-5/cmhPub_60-5.pdf |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** 111th Engineer Battalion, in [[Abilene, Texas|Abilene]]<ref>{{cite web |title=111th Engineer Regiment |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/111/111lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |year=1986 |title=Military Construction Appropriations for 1987 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=IzDif2DqQSQC&q=%22111th+Engineer+Battalion%22+%22abilene%22&pg=PA1351 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations}}</ref>
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** 449th Chemical Company, in [[Laredo, Texas|Laredo]]<ref>{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Hearings on National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1989 - Volume 4 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ddcs0IWshRcC&q=%22449th+Chemical+Company%22&pg=PA404 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Military Installations and Facilities}}</ref>
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** 149th Military Police Company, in [[San Antonio, Texas|San Antonio]]<ref name="Appropriations 19903">{{cite web |year=1989 |title=Military Construction Appropriations for 1990: Justification of the budget |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=5xebs7yckZoC&q=%22Company+D,+149th+Aviation%22&pg=PA1020 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=236th Military Police Company |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/mp/0236mpco.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** [[49th Armored Division Band]]
  +
** '''[[71st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade|1st Texas Armored Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[San Antonio, Texas|San Antonio]]
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*** 6th Battalion, [[112th Armor Regiment (United States)|112th Armored Regiment]], in [[El Campo, Texas|El Campo]]<ref name="General Bisson">{{cite web |title=Brigadier General James J. Bisson |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/1/187.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref>
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*** 1st Battalion, [[141st Infantry Regiment (United States)|141st Infantry Regiment]]<ref name="General Bisson2">{{cite web |title=Brigadier General James J. Bisson |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/1/187.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref><ref name="141st Infantry">{{cite web |title=141st U.S. Infantry Regiment |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/141/141lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref>
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*** 2nd Battalion, 141st Infantry Regiment, in [[Corpus Christi, Texas|Corpus Christi]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Brigadier General Richard J. Noriega |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/2/2752.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref><ref name="141st Infantry2">{{cite web |title=141st U.S. Infantry Regiment |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/141/141lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref>
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** [[File:36th_Infantry_Division_CSIB.svg|57x57px]] '''[[56th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|2nd Texas Armored Brigade]]<ref>{{Cite news |last=Fulton |first=Richard |date=16 July 1981 |title=National Guard Troopers Sharpen Military Skills |page=6 |work=Gatesville Messenger and Star-Forum |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54547150/1981-summer-training/ |via=Newspapers.com}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Fort Worth, Texas|Fort Worth]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[112th Armor Regiment (United States)|112th Armored Regiment]]<ref name="General Taylor">{{cite web |title=Major General Michael H. Taylor |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/6/613.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref>
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*** 3rd Battalion, 112th Armored Regiment, in [[Brownwood, Texas|Brownwood]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Cool Barrel |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/Resources/Archives/The-On-Guard/FileId/63048/ |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=On guard - Volume, No. 2}}</ref>
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[142nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|142nd Infantry Regiment]], in [[Amarillo, Texas|Amarillo]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Major General Eddy M. Spurgin |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/Leadership/Joint-Staff/Special-Staff/Senior-Leader-Management-Office/General-Officer-Management/bio-show/1630/ |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=142nd U.S. Infantry Regiment |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/142/142lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref>
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** '''3rd Texas Armored Brigade<ref name="General Taylor2">{{cite web |title=Major General Michael H. Taylor |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/6/613.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Dallas, Texas|Dallas]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[112th Armor Regiment (United States)|112th Armored Regiment]]<ref>{{Cite news |date=1 December 1993 |title=National Guard unit's roots go back more than 70 years |page=1 |work=Wylie News |url=https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth749576/m1/1/}}</ref>
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*** 4th Battalion, 112th Armored Regiment<ref name=":02">{{cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=T21wR7zy8E8C&q=36th+Brigade+%2250th+Armored+Division%22+-wiki&pg=PA387 |title=Armies, Corps, Divisions, and Separate Brigades |publisher=Center of Military History, United States Army, 1999 |year=1999 |isbn=9780160499944 |access-date=1 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |last=Rickhoff |first=Jim |date=5 June 1982 |title=Area guardsmen go through 'summer camp' paces |pages=1, 7 |work=Kerrville Mountain Sun |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54548839/1982-summer-training-3rd-brigade-49th/}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |date=11 March 1982 |title=Summer Training Is Slated at North Hood |page=11 |work=Gatesville Messenger and Star-Forum |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54548859/1982-summer-training-schedule/}}</ref>
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*** 5th Battalion, 112th Armored Regiment, in [[Marshall, Texas|Marshall]]<ref name="General Taylor3">{{cite web |title=Major General Michael H. Taylor |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/portals/31/Features/ngbgomo/bio/6/613.html |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard Bureau}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=Major General Darren G. Owens |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/Leadership/Joint-Staff/Special-Staff/Senior-Leader-Management-Office/General-Officer-Management/bio-show/1287/ |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |last=McCoy |first=Belinda |date=19 June 1981 |title=ET National Guard units began annual two-week field duty |page=5 |work=Longview News-Journal |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54548147/company-b-5th-battalion-112th-armor/ |via=Newspapers.com}}</ref>
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[144th Infantry Regiment (United States)|144th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Terrell, Texas|Terrell]]<ref>{{cite web |title=144th U.S. Infantry Regiment |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/144/144lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref>
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** '''49th Armored Division Artillery<ref name=":2" /><ref>{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 1 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt1/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt1.pdf |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19873">{{cite web |year=1987 |title=Field Artillery - February 1987 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=3qQrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19894">{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Field Artillery - December 1989 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Z6UrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19903">{{cite web |year=1990 |title=Field Artillery - February 1990 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=rqUrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in [[San Antonio, Texas|San Antonio]]
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*** E Battery, [[133rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|133rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)<ref name="133rd Field Artillery3">{{cite web |title=133rd Field Artillery |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/fa/0133fa.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[132nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[San Angelo, Texas|San Angelo]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)<ref name="GAO">{{cite web |year=1991 |title=Reserve Components: Factors Related to Personnel Attrition in the Selected Reserve |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ml8sAAAAIAAJ&q=%22249th+Support+Battalion%22&pg=PA86 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States - General Accounting Office}}</ref>
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*** 3rd Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery Regiment, in [[El Paso, Texas|El Paso]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)<ref name="133rd Field Artillery">{{cite web |title=133rd Field Artillery |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/fa/0133fa.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="GAO2">{{cite web |year=1991 |title=Reserve Components: Factors Related to Personnel Attrition in the Selected Reserve |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ml8sAAAAIAAJ&q=%22249th+Support+Battalion%22&pg=PA86 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States - General Accounting Office}}</ref><ref name="McKenney - 23">{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 2 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt2/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt2.pdf |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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*** 4th Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery Regiment, in [[New Braunfels, Texas|New Braunfels]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)<ref name="133rd Field Artillery2">{{cite web |title=133rd Field Artillery |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/fa/0133fa.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="GAO3">{{cite web |year=1991 |title=Reserve Components: Factors Related to Personnel Attrition in the Selected Reserve |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ml8sAAAAIAAJ&q=%22249th+Support+Battalion%22&pg=PA86 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States - General Accounting Office}}</ref><ref name="McKenney - 24">{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 2 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt2/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt2.pdf |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[131st Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[Wichita Falls, Texas|Wichita Falls]] (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)<ref>{{cite web |title=131st U.S. Field Artillery Regiment, 1917 |url=http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/36division/archives/131/131lin.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=Texas Military Forces Museum}}</ref><ref name="McKenney - 22">{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 2 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt2/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt2.pdf |access-date=28 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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** '''49th Armored Division Support Command<ref>{{cite web |title=Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 36th Infantry Division Support Command |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0036sstbde.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Austin, Texas|Austin]]<ref name=":3">{{Cite web |title=HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 36th SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0036sstbde.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 111th Support Battalion (Forward)<ref>{{Cite news |date=3 July 1989 |title=Citizen-soldiers |page=1 |work=Kerrville Times |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54544537/company-a-111th-fsb-return-from-summer/ |via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |last=Rhoden |first=Jody |date=24 July 1988 |title=Area Guardsmen Maneuver at Fort Hood |page=1C |work=Kerrville Daily Times |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54569053/company-a-111th-fsb-summer-training/}}</ref>
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*** 249th Support Battalion (Forward), in Austin<ref name=":3" /><ref name="GAO4">{{cite web |year=1991 |title=Reserve Components: Factors Related to Personnel Attrition in the Selected Reserve |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ml8sAAAAIAAJ&q=%22249th+Support+Battalion%22&pg=PA86 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States - General Accounting Office}}</ref>
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*** 949th Support Battalion (Forward), in [[Fort Worth, Texas|Fort Worth]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=U.S. Army Center of Military History - Lineage and Honors Information |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0949sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=949th Support Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0949sptbn.htm |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
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*** 372nd Support Battalion (Main), in [[Dallas, Texas|Dallas]]<ref>{{cite web |title=Brigadier General Hugh J. Hall |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/Leadership/Joint-Staff/Special-Staff/Senior-Leader-Management-Office/General-Officer-Management/bio-show/584/ |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=National Guard}}</ref><ref>{{Cite news |date=19 January 1995 |title=Wilkes-Barre native now a Master Sergeant; in Army service for 18 years |page=27 |work=Citizens' Voice |url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/54569498/sfc-david-keith-thompson/ |via=Newspapers.com}}</ref>
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*** F Company, [[149th Aviation Regiment (United States)|149th Aviation Regiment]], in [[San Antonio, Texas|San Antonio]] (Aviation Maintenance)<ref name="Appropriations 19902">{{cite web |year=1989 |title=Military Construction Appropriations for 1990: Justification of the budget |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=5xebs7yckZoC&q=%22Company+D,+149th+Aviation%22&pg=PA1020 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations}}</ref>
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** '''49th Armored Division Aviation Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Austin, Texas|Austin]]
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*** 1st Squadron, [[124th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|124th Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Waco, Texas|Waco]] (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[149th Aviation Regiment (United States)|149th Aviation Regiment]], in Houston (Attack)
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*** D Company, 149th Aviation Regiment, in San Antonio (Support)<ref name="Appropriations 1990">{{cite web |year=1989 |title=Military Construction Appropriations for 1990: Justification of the budget |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=5xebs7yckZoC&q=%22Company+D,+149th+Aviation%22&pg=PA1020 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations}}</ref>
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*** E Company, 149th Aviation Regiment, in Dallas<ref>{{cite web |year=1989 |title=Military construction appropriations for 1990 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=5xebs7yckZoC&q=%22Company+E,+149th+Aviation%22&pg=PA1013 |access-date=30 June 2020 |publisher=United States Congress - House Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Military Construction Appropriations}}</ref>
   
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[[File:49th_US_Armored_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 49th Armored Division as it appeared in 1989.]]
* [[File:Yankee_Division.svg|62x62px]] '''[[26th Infantry Division (United States)|26th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)<ref>{{Cite web |title=26TH INFANTRY DIVISION COLD WAR ERA |url=https://tmg110.tripod.com/usarmyh19.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=tmg110.tripod.com}}</ref>
 
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Boston]], Massachusetts
 
** 126th Military Intelligence Battalion (Combat Electronic Warfare & Intelligence) (Conn NG)
 
** [[File:86thInfantryBrigade.svg|64x64px]] '''[[86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team#Post World War II|86th Armored Brigade]]''' (Vermont National Guard) – transferred from 50th Armored Division under Army 86'
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Montpelier, Vermont|Montpelier]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[172nd Armored Regiment]], in [[Saint Albans (city), Vermont|Saint Albans]] (Armored; 58 x M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
 
*** 2nd Battalion, 172nd Armored Regiment, in [[Rutland (city), Vermont|Rutland]] (Armored; 58 x M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
 
** '''3rd Infantry Brigade''' (Massachusetts National Guard)
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Lexington, Massachusetts|Lexington]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[101st Infantry Regiment (United States)|101st Infantry Regiment]], in [[Dorchester, Boston|Dorchester]] (Mechanised w/ M113)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[104th Infantry Regiment (United States)|104th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Westfield, Massachusetts|Westfield]] (Light Infantry; 4 x [[81 mm mortar|81mm]] and 6 x [[M19 mortar|60mm M19 Mortars]]; 30 x [[Humvee|Humvees]], and 15 x [[M35 series 2½-ton 6×6 cargo truck|M35 6x6 cargo Trucks]])
 
*** 2nd Battalion, 104th Infantry Regiment, in [[Chicopee, Massachusetts|Chicopee]] (Light Infantry; 4 x 81mm and 6 x 60mm M19 Mortars; 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[181st Infantry Regiment (United States)|181st Infantry Regiment]], in [[Worcester, Massachusetts|Worcester]] (Light Infantry; 4 x 81mm and 6 x 60mm M19 Mortars; 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[182nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|182nd Infantry Regiment]], in [[Melrose, Massachusetts|Melrose]] (Light Infantry; 4 x 81mm and 6 x 60mm M19 Mortars; 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks)
 
** [[File:43rd_Infantry_Division_CSIB.svg|40x40px]] '''[[43rd Infantry Division (United States)#Post World War II (1946-1963)|43rd Infantry Brigade]]''' (Connecticut National Guard)
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Hartford, Connecticut|Hartford]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, 102nd Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry; 4 x 81mm and 6 x 60mm M19 Mortars; 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks)
 
*** 2nd Battalion, 102nd Infantry Regiment, in [[Waterbury, Connecticut|Waterbury]] (Light Infantry; 4 x 81mm and 6 x 60mm M19 Mortars; 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks)
 
*** 1st Battalion, 169th Infantry Regiment, in [[Manchester, Connecticut|Manchester]] (Light Infantry; 4 x 81mm and 6 x 60mm M19 Mortars; 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks)
 
** '''[[26th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|26th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''<ref name=":2" />
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Boston (Mass NG)
 
*** E Battery, 101st Field Artillery Regiment (Target Acquisition)<ref>{{Cite web |title=DIVARTY, 26TH INFANTRY DIVISION |url=https://tmg110.tripod.com/usarmyh19d.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=tmg110.tripod.com}}</ref>
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[86th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Williston, Vermont (VT NG; 24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers]])
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[101st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Mass NG; 24 x [[M114a2|M114A2 155mm towed howitzers]])
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[192nd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Norwalk, Connecticut (Conn NG; 18 x M114A1 155mm towed howitzers)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[211th Field Artillery Regiment]], in New Bedford, Massachusetts (Mass NG; 12 x [[M110A2|M110A3 203mm heavy howitzers]])
 
** '''[[26th Infantry Division Support Command]]''' (Massachusetts National Guard)<ref>{{Cite web |title=DIVISION SUPPORT COMMAND, INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT) |url=https://man.fas.org/dod-101/army/unit/toe/63220A100.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=man.fas.org}}</ref>
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Framingham, Massachusetts|Framingham]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=126th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0126sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-03-26 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
 
*** 726th Support Battalion
 
*** 2 x Forward Support Battalions
 
*** Maintenance Support Battalion
 
*** Aviation Maintenance Company
 
*** 118th Medical Battalion
 
*** [[215th Army Band|26th Infantry Division Band]], in West Newton<ref>{{Cite web |title=215th Army Band Unit History |url=https://www.bands.army.mil/organizations/pages/?unit=215AB&p=history |access-date=26 March 2022 |website=United States Army Music}}</ref>
 
   
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=== 28th Infantry Division ===
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>2-141 Infantry</small> |lat= 27.742778 |long= -97.401944 |position=right |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
   
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= '''<small>2 Brigade</small>'''<br><small>2-112 Armor</small> |lat= 32.75 |long= -97.363333 |position=left |mark=Purple pog.svg |marksize=9}}
* '''[[28th Infantry Division (United States)|28th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= |lat= 32.75 |long= -97.283333 |position=bottom |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
** '''[[28th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|28th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''<ref name=":2" />
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>3-112 Armor</small> |lat= 31.708056 |long= -98.9825 |position=right |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>2-142 Infantry</small> |lat= 35.199167 |long= -101.845278 |position=right |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
*** 1st Battalion, [[107th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|107th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[108th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[109th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|109th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[229th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
   
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= '''<small>3 Brigade</small>'''<br><small>1-112 Armor<br>4-112 Armor<br>249 Signal <br>E/149 Aviation</small> |lat= 32.709167 |long= -96.808889 |position=bottom |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
=== 38th Infantry Division ===
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= |lat= 32.779167 |long= -96.858889 |position=top |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>5-112 Armor</small> |lat= 32.55 |long= -94.366667 |position=right |mark=Red pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>3-144 Infantry</small> |lat= 32.7375 |long= -96.2825 |position=right |mark=Green pog.svg |marksize=8}}
   
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= '''<small>49 Brigade</small>''' |lat= 29.607222 |long= -95.198889 |position=left |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
* '''[[38th Infantry Division (United States)|38th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>1-149 Aviation</small> |lat= 29.607222 |long= -95.118889 |position=right |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
** '''[[38th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|38th Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>1-124 Cavalry</small> |lat= 31.551389 |long= -97.155833 |position=right |mark=Blue 0080ff pog.svg |marksize=8}}
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[119th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 3rd Battalion, [[139th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[150th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[163rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
   
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=== 42nd Infantry Division ===
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>3-132 Field Art.</small> |lat= 31.442778 |long= -100.450278 |position=right |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>3-133 Field Art.</small> |lat= 31.759167 |long= -106.488611 |position=right |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>4-133 Field Art.</small> |lat= 29.7 |long= -98.116667 |position=right |mark=Yellow pog.svg |marksize=8}}
   
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>111 Engineer</small> |lat= 32.45 |long= -99.75 |position=left |mark=Black pog.svg |marksize=8}}
* '''[[42nd Infantry Division (United States)|42nd Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>1-200 Air Def. Art.</small> |lat= 33.387222 |long= -104.528056 |position=right |mark=Steel pog.svg |marksize=8}}
** '''[[42nd Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|42nd Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
 
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{{Location map~ | Texas | background = white |label= <small>549 Mil. Intel.</small> |lat= 30.267222 |long= -97.703056 |position=right |mark=Steel pog.svg |marksize=8}}
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[104th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[105th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[187th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[258th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
   
=== 47th Infantry Division ===
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=== 35th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
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The 35th Infantry Division (Mechanized) was a combined army national guard division which drew its personnel from Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Colorado, and New Mexico.
   
* '''[[47th Infantry Division (United States)|47th Infantry Division]]''' (National Guard)
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* [[File:35th_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|50x50px]] '''[[35th Infantry Division (United States)|35th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]''' (National Guard)
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
** '''[[47th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|47th Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
 
  +
** [[35th Signal Battalion (United States)|35th Signal Battalion]]
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
  +
** 135th Military Intelligence Battalion (Army Reserve)
*** 2nd Battalion, [[123rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[151st Field Artillery Regiment]]
+
** 2nd Battalion, [[200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (United States)|200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (New Mexico NG; Air Defense; with Chaparral and Vulcan mobile AA systems)
*** 1st Battalion, [[175th Field Artillery Regiment]]
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** 206th Engineer Battalion, in Richmond, Kentucky
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** 141st Chemical Company, in Louisville, Kentucky
*** 1st Battalion, [[194th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|194th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
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** 35th Military Police Company, in Topeka, Kansas
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** [[File:149th_Armored_Brigade_CSIB.svg|48x48px]] '''[[149th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade|149th Kentucky Armored Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Louisville, Kentucky
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[123rd Armor Regiment|123rd Armored Regiment]], in Paducah (Armored; with M60A3 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 123rd Armored Regiment, in Bowling Green (Armored; with M60A3 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[149th Infantry Regiment (United States)|149th Infantry Regiment]], in Barbourville (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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** [[File:67th_Infantry_Brigade_SSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[67th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade|67th Nebraska Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Lincoln, Nebraska
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[195th Armor Regiment|195th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M60A1 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[134th Infantry Regiment (United States)|134th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 134th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
** [[File:69InfBdeSSI.jpg|41x41px]] '''[[69th Infantry Brigade (United States)|69th Kansas Infantry Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Topeka, Kansas
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[635th Armor Regiment|635th Armored Regiment]], in Manhattan (Armored; with M60A1 main battle tanks)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 635th Armored Regiment, in Manhattan (Armored; with M60A1 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[137th Infantry Regiment (United States)|137th Infantry Regiment]], in Wichita (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 137th Infantry Regiment, in Kansas City (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
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** [[File:130FABdeSSI.svg|46x46px]] '''[[130th Field Artillery Brigade|35th Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Hutchinson, Kansas
  +
*** E Battery, 161st Field Artillery Regiment (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[127th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Ottawa, Kansas (Field Artillery; with M109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – supporting 69th Infantry Brigade
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[138th Field Artillery Brigade|138th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lexington, Kentucky (Field Artillery; with M109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – supporting 149th Armored Brigade
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*** 1st Battalion, [[168th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lincoln, Nebraska (Field Artillery; with M109A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – supporting 67th Infantry Brigade
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*** [[1st Battalion, 161st Field Artillery Regiment]], in Dodge City, Kansas (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** '''35th Infantry Division Support Command'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** [[31st Support Battalion]] (Forward)
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*** [[634th Support Battalion]] (Forward)
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*** [[935th Support Battalion]] (Forward)
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*** [[735th Support Battalion]] (Main), in Jefferson City<ref>{{Cite web |title=Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 835th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0835sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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** '''35th Aviation Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Frankfort, Kentucky
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*** 1st Squadron, [[167th Cavalry Regiment]], in Lincoln, Nebraska (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[135th Aviation Regiment (United States)|135th Aviation Regiment]], in Warrensburg, Missouri (Attack)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, in Denver, Colorado (Attack)
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*** D Company, 135th Aviation Regiment, in Kansas (Support)
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*** E Company, 135th Aviation Regiment, in Kentucky (Utility)
   
=== 29th Infantry Division (Light) ===
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=== 89th Army Reserve Command (Kansas) ===
   
=== Field Artillery Brigades ===
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=== 90th Army Reserve Command (Texas) ===
   
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=== 102nd Army Reserve Command (Missouri) ===
* '''[[45th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[158th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[171st Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[189th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|189th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[57th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[121st Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|121st Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[126th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[103rd Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Rhode Island National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[103rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery Regiment
 
* [[113th Field Artillery Brigade|'''113th Field Artillery Brigade''']] (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 4th Battalion, [[113th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 5th Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[115th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[49th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|49th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 3rd Battalion, 49th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[118th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[214th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 214th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[130th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[130th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[161st Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[135th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[128th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[129th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[138th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[623rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[142nd Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[142nd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 142nd Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[147th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (South Dakota National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[147th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 147th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[151st Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[178th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 4th Battalion, 178th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[153rd Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[180th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 180th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[169th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[157th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 157th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[196th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[115th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[181st Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[197th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[172nd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[197th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 3rd Battalion, 197th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* [[209th Field Artillery Brigade|'''209th Field Artillery Brigade''']] (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[156th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 1st Battalion, [[209th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[224th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[111th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 2nd Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[227th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[116th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 3rd Battalion, 116th Field Artillery Regiment
 
* '''[[428th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 4th Battalion, [[20th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|20th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 4th Battalion, [[38th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 4th Battalion, [[333rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[434th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 7th Battalion, [[1st Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|1st Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 4th Battalion, [[75th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[479th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|479th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Army Reserve)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 4th Battalion, [[8th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 4th Battalion, [[92nd Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
* '''[[631st Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
** 1st Battalion, [[114th Field Artillery Regiment]]
 
** 4th Battalion, 114th Field Artillery Regiment
 
   
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=== 122nd Army Reserve Command (Arkansas) ===
=== Separate Units ===
 
   
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=== 95th Division (Training) (Oklahoma) ===
* '''Separate Field Artillery Battalions<ref name=":2" />'''
 
** 5th Battalion, [[5th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 7th Battalion, [[9th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[14th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[15th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|15th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 4th Battalion, [[17th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 5th Battalion, [[28th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[42nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[75th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[83rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 6th Battalion, 83rd Field Artillery Regiment (Army Reserve)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[92nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[110th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[113th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[114th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[115th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[116th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[117th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, 117th Field Artillery Regiment (National Guard)
 
** 3rd Battalion, 117th Field Artillery Regiment (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[120th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[122nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[125th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[127th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[136th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[138th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|138th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[141st Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[146th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[152nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[160th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|160th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[162nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, 162nd Field Artillery Regiment (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[168th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[178th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[182nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[201st Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 5th Battalion, [[206th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 2nd Battalion, [[218th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|218th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[230th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[246th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|246th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
** 1st Battalion, [[487th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)
 
   
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=== 75th Maneuver Area Command (Texas) ===
== 6th Army ==
 
Sixth (6th) Army is responsible for overseeing all Army training within the [[Continental United States]].
 
   
* '''[[Sixth Army (United States)|6th Army]]'''
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== Sixth United States Army ==
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[[File:LTG_William_H._Harrison.jpg|thumb|382x382px|Lt. Gen William H. Hardin commanded the Sixth U.S. Army from late 1989 until he retired in 1991.]]
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The Sixth United States Army was activated on 1st January 1957 and oversaw Reserve Component matters in the Western United States including the following states: [[Arizona]], [[California]], [[Colorado]], [[Idaho]], [[Montana]], [[Nevada]], [[North Dakota]], [[Oregon]], [[South Dakota]], [[Utah]], [[Washington (state)|Washington]], and [[Wyoming]].<ref name=":11" /> The army was inactivated on 23rd June 1995 as part of the post-Cold War reductions. The army was reformed in 2008 and remains active as United States Army South today.
  +
  +
* [[File:US_Sixth_Army_patch.svg|50x50px]] '''[[Sixth Army (United States)|Sixth United States Army]]'''
 
** Commanding General, 6th Army ()
 
** Commanding General, 6th Army ()
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in the [[Presidio of San Francisco]], [[California]]
+
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in the [[Presidio of San Francisco]], [[California]]<ref name=":8" />
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[146th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Washington National Guard)
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[168th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Colorado National Guard)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[218th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|218th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Oregon National Guard)
  +
** [[File:163_Inf_Rgt_DUI.jpg|42x42px]] [[163rd Armored Brigade (United States)|'''163rd Armored Brigade''']] (Montana NG)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in Bozeman, Montana
  +
*** E Troop, [[163rd Infantry Regiment (United States)|163rd Cavalry Regiment]], in Butte (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
  +
*** [[495th Support Battalion|2nd Battalion, 163rd Cavalry Regiment]], in Kalispell (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 163rd Cavalry Regiment, in Dallas, Texas<ref>{{Cite web |title=U.S. Army Center of Military History - Lineage and Honors Information |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0495sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref> (Texas NG; Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 163rd Cavalry Regiment (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[49th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|49th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Caspar, Wyoming (Wyoming NG; with M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 1063rd Engineer Company, in Missoula
  +
** '''[[49th Military Police Brigade (United States)|49th Military Police Brigade]]''' (National Guard)
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Alameda, California
  +
*** 49th Military Police Battalion, in Walnut Creek, California
  +
*** 143rd Military Police Battalion (Command & Control), in San Mateo, California
  +
*** 185th Military Police Battalion, in Pittsburg, California
  +
** '''221st Military Police Brigade''' (Army Reserve)
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in San Jose, California
  +
*** 324th Military Police Battalion, in Fort Lawton, Washington
  +
*** 496th Military Police Battalion, in San Jose, California
  +
*** 607th Military Police Battalion, in Fort Worth, Texas
   
=== 91st Division (Training) (California) ===
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=== 40th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
  +
The 40th Infantry Division was part of the California Army National Guard with elements from the Nevada and New Mexico Army National Guards.
  +
  +
* [[File:40th_Infantry_Division_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[40th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]''' (National Guard)
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in [[Los Alamitos, California]]
  +
** 240th Signal Battalion, in Long Beach
  +
** [[140th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|140th Military Intelligence Battalion]], in Bell (Army Reserve)
  +
** 4th Battalion, [[200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (United States)|200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], in Clovis, New Mexico (New Mexico NG)
  +
** [[132nd Engineer Battalion]], in Sacramento
  +
** 140th Chemical Company, in Fullerton
  +
** 40th Military Police Company
  +
** [[40th Infantry Division Band]], in Los Angeles
  +
** '''1st Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort MacArthur]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[185th Armor Regiment|185th Armored Regiment]], in San Bernardino
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 221st Armored Regiment, in Las Vegas, Nevada
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[160th Infantry Regiment (United States)|160th Infantry Regiment]], in Fresno
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 160th Infantry Regiment, in Inglewood
  +
** [[File:79_Infantry_Brigade_Combat_Team_insignia.svg|45x45px]] '''[[79th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|2nd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in San Diego
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[185th Armor Regiment|185th Armored Regiment]], in National City
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 185th Armored Regiment
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[160th Infantry Regiment (United States)|160th Infantry Regiment]], in Santa Ana
  +
** '''3rd Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in San Jose
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[149th Armored Regiment]], in Stockton
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[159th Infantry Regiment (United States)|159th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[184th Infantry Regiment (United States)|184th Infantry Regiment]], in Modesto
  +
** '''[[40th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|40th Infantry Division Artillery]]<ref name=":2" />'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Los Angeles
  +
*** F Battery, [[144th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[143rd Field Artillery Regiment]], in Walnut Creek (Field Artillery; M109A2 155mm SPGs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 144th Field Artillery Regiment, in Santa Barbara (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 144th Field Artillery Regiment, in Burbank (Field Artillery; M109A2 155mm SPGs)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 144th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; M109A2 155mm SPGs)
  +
** '''40th Infantry Division Support Command'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Long Beach
  +
*** 40th Support Battalion (Forward), in Bell
  +
*** 240th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** 340th Support Battalion (Forward), in San Lorenzo
  +
*** 540th Support Battalion (Main), in Bell
  +
*** F Company, [[140th Aviation Regiment (United States)|140th Aviation Regiment]], in Los Alamitos (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
** '''[[40th Combat Aviation Brigade|4th Brigade (Aviation)]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Fresno
  +
*** 1st Squadron, [[18th Cavalry Regiment]], in Ontario (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[140th Aviation Regiment (United States)|140th Aviation Regiment]], in Ontario (Attack)
  +
*** D Company, 140th Aviation Regiment, in Stockton (Support)
  +
*** E Company, 140th Aviation Regiment, in Stockton (Utility)
  +
  +
=== 63rd Army Reserve Command (California) ===
   
 
=== 96th Army Reserve Command (Utah) ===
 
=== 96th Army Reserve Command (Utah) ===
   
=== 104th Division (Training) (Oregon) ===
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=== 124th Army Reserve Command (Washington) ===
  +
  +
* '''124th Army Reserve Command'''
  +
** '''[[319th Military Intelligence Brigade]]'''<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=lAkk-JhLpuQC&pg=PT1&dq=%22319th+Military+Intelligence+Brigade%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjk0djEiYD4AhUhRDABHdGBDZcQ6AF6BAgJEAI#v=onepage&q&f=false |title=Military Intelligence |date=1993 |publisher=U.S. Army Intelligence Center & School |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Lewis, Washington
  +
*** [[140th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|140th Military Intelligence Battalion]], in Bell, California
  +
*** [[373rd Military Intelligence Battalion]], in Oakland, California
  +
  +
=== 91st Division (Training) (California) ===
  +
  +
=== 104th Division (Training) (Washington) ===
   
 
== I Corps ==
 
== I Corps ==
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* [[File:U.S._I_Corps_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[I Corps (United States)|I Corps]]'''
 
* [[File:U.S._I_Corps_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[I Corps (United States)|I Corps]]'''
 
** [[List of commanders of I Corps (United States)|Commanding General, I Corps]] ({{Rating|3}}); Lieutenant General [[William Hardin Harrison]] (till 2 August 1989), Lieutenant General [[Calvin Waller|Calvin Augustine Hoffman Waller]] (from then)
 
** [[List of commanders of I Corps (United States)|Commanding General, I Corps]] ({{Rating|3}}); Lieutenant General [[William Hardin Harrison]] (till 2 August 1989), Lieutenant General [[Calvin Waller|Calvin Augustine Hoffman Waller]] (from then)
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Lewis (Washington)|Fort Lewis]], Washington
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Lewis (Washington)|Fort Lewis]], Washington<ref name=":8" />
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** [[29th Signal Battalion (United States)|29th Signal Battalion]], at Fort Lewis, Washington<ref name=":4">{{Cite book |url=https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=luP6UJLv6XEC |title=The Army Communicator |publisher=U.S. Army Signal Center |year=1984 |volume=Volume 9 |location=Fort Gordon, Georgia, United States of America |language=en}}</ref>
** '''[[I Corps Artillery (United States)|I Corps Artillery]]''' ({{Rating|1}}<ref name=":2" />) (National Guard)
 
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** I Corps Army Band
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in [[Salt Lake City]], Utah (Utah National Guard)
 
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** [[File:201st_Battlefield_Surveillance_Brigade.svg|38x38px]] '''[[201st Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|201st Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at Fort Lewis, Washington
*** 1st Battalion, [[140th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)<ref name=":2" />
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[145th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)<ref name=":2" />
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[222nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)<ref name=":2" />
 
** '''[[35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''
 
** '''[[66th Aviation Brigade]]''' (Washington National Guard) – ''activated on 3 October 1986''<ref name=":1" />
 
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 14th Military Intelligence Battalion
  +
*** [[502nd Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
*** 641st Military Intelligence Battalion, in Salem, Oregon (Oregon NG)
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** [[File:35ADABdeSSI.svg|43x43px]] '''[[35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]''', at Fort Lewis, Washington
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Air Defense; with MIM-72 Chaparral mobile SAM systems)
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Air Defense; with MIM-72 Chaparral mobile SAM systems)
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*** 4th Battalion, 7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment
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*** 1st Battalion, 52nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Air Defense; with MIM-23 I-Hawk mobile SAM systems)
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** [[File:1st_Sustainment_Command_CSIB.svg|40x40px]] '''[[1st Sustainment Command (Theater)|1st Support Command]]''' ({{Rating|1}})<ref>{{Cite web |title=Headquarters and Special Troops Battalion 1st Sustainment Command |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0001sstcmd.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Special Troops Battalion, at Fort Bragg, North Carolina
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*** [[File:311_Sus_Cmd_SSI.jpg|30x30px]] '''[[311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)|311th Corps Support Command]]''' (Army Reserve)
  +
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Los Angeles, California
  +
**** 304th Materiel Management Center
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**** 335th Data Processing Unit
  +
**** 420th Transportation Center (Movement Control)
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** [[File:66AvnBdeSSI.png|45x45px]] '''[[66th Aviation Brigade]]''' (Washington National Guard) – ''activated on 3 October 1986''<ref name=":1" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[189th Aviation Regiment (United States)|189th Aviation Regiment]] (Support)
  +
*** C Company, [[214th Aviation Regiment (United States)|214th Aviation Regiment]] (Support)
   
=== 6th Infantry Division (Light) ===
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=== I Corps Artillery ===
  +
The unit was redesignated on 1 June 1984 as Headquarters, I Corps Artillery, allotted to the [[Utah Army National Guard]], and organized at [[Salt Lake City]] in [[Utah]]. The Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, XI Corps Artillery, which had served with [[XI Corps (United States)|XI Corps]] in the [[Pacific War|Pacific Theater]] during World War II, was reorganized and redesignated as Headquarters Battery, I Corps Artillery on the same date and assigned to I Corps Artillery.<ref name="McKenney - 1">{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 1 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt1/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt1.pdf |publisher=US Army Center of Military History |accessdate=22 June 2020}}</ref>
   
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At the end of the Cold War I Corps Artillery, assigned to [[I Corps (United States)|I Corps]] at [[Fort Lewis]] in [[Washington (state)|Washington]], was the largest artillery formation in the US Army commanding 24 field artillery battalions in [[Utah]], [[Wisconsin]], [[Wyoming]], [[Missouri]], [[Minnesota]], [[Colorado]], [[Arizona]], [[South Dakota]], and [[Oklahoma]]. Units assigned to I Corps Artillery included the following active, [[United States Army Reserve|Army Reserve]], and [[Army National Guard]] formations:<ref name="Field Artillery 1989">{{cite web |title=Field Artillery - December 1989 |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=Z6UrAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School |accessdate=28 June 2020}}</ref>
* '''[[6th Infantry Division (Light)]]'''
 
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** '''[[6th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|6th Infantry Division Artillery]]''' – reactivated 16th January 1989
 
  +
* '''[[I Corps Artillery (United States)|I Corps Artillery]]''' ({{Rating|2}}<ref name=":2" />) (National Guard)
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in [[Salt Lake City]], Utah (Utah National Guard)
  +
** 6th Battalion, [[83rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Army Reserve)
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[140th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)<ref name=":2" />
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** 1st Battalion, [[145th Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)<ref name=":2" />
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** 2nd Battalion, [[222nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (National Guard)<ref name=":2" />
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** [[File:Shoulder_Sleeve_Insignia_of_the_45th_Fires_Brigade_of_the_United_States_Army.png|45x45px]] '''[[45th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Oklahoma National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Enid, Oklahoma
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*** 1st Battalion, [[158th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lawton (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[171st Field Artillery Regiment]], in Altus (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[189th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|189th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Enid (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:57th_Field_Artillery_Brigade_SSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[57th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Wisconsin National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
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*** 1st Battalion, [[121st Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|121st Field Artillery Regiment]], in Whitefish Bay (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[125th Field Artillery Regiment]], in New Ulm, Minnesota (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[126th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Kenosha (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)<ref>{{Cite web |title=257th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0257sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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** [[File:115FABdeSSI.png|40x40px]] '''[[115th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Wyoming National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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*** 1st Battalion, [[49th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|49th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Lovell (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 49th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:135FABdeSSI.gif|47x47px]] '''[[135th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Missouri National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Sedalia, Missouri
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*** 1st Battalion, [[128th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Mexico (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[129th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Richmond (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
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** [[File:147FABdeSSI.png|43x43px]] '''[[147th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (South Dakota National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Pierre, South Dakota
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*** 1st Battalion, [[147th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Sioux Falls (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 147th Field Artillery Regiment, in Webster (Field Artillery; with M110 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:153FABdeSSI.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[153rd Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Arizona National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Phoenix, Arizona
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*** 1st Battalion, [[180th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Mesa (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 180th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
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** [[File:USA_-_169_FAB.png|41x41px]] '''[[169th Field Artillery Brigade]]''' (Colorado National Guard)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Aurora, Colorado
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*** 1st Battalion, [[157th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Grand Junction (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 157th Field Artillery Regiment, in Conon City (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
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[[File:I_US_Corps_Artillery_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing I Corps Artillery as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 7th Infantry Division (Light) ===
 
=== 7th Infantry Division (Light) ===
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[[File:Soldiers_from_the_7th_Infantry_Division_hold_their_positions_in_a_fighting_hole_as_they_communicate_with_higher_headquarters_during_an_exercise_-_DPLA_-_105353fe56fdec56d739004e84f56625.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|Soldiers from the 7th Infantry Division hold their positions in a fighting hole as they communicate with higher headquarters during an exercise.]]
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[[File:Members_of_the_7th_Light_Infantry_Division_greet_Soldiers_from_the_9th_Honduran_Battalion._President_Ronald_Reagan_mobilized_US_Exercise_Task_Force_DRAGON-GOLDEN_PHEASANT,_consistin_-_DPLA_-_af958575c6aab3012e61e1cd64387a30.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|Members of the 7th Light Infantry Division greet Soldiers from the 9th Honduran Battalion. President Ronald Reagan mobilized US Exercise Task Force DRAGON-GOLDEN PHEASANT.]]
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In October 1974 the 7th Infantry Division was reactivated at its former garrison, [[Fort Ord]] in [[California]].<ref name="GS54">Gardener & Stahura, p. 54</ref> The division did not see any action in [[Vietnam War|Vietnam]] or during the post-war era, but was tasked to keep a close watch on South American developments. It trained at [[Fort Ord]], [[Camp Roberts, California|Camp Roberts]], [[Fort Hunter Liggett]] and [[Fort Irwin]]. On 1 October 1985 the division was redesignated as the '''7th Infantry Division (Light)''', organized again as a [[Light infantry#Contemporary light infantry forces|light infantry]] division.<ref name="GS54" /> It was the first US division specially designed as such. The various battalions of the 31st, and 32nd regiments moved from the division, replaced by battalions from other regiments, including battalions from the 21st Infantry Regiment, the 27th Infantry Regiment, and the 9th Infantry Regiment. The 27th and 9th infantry regiments participated in [[Operation Golden Pheasant]] in Honduras.<ref name="GS54" />
   
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In 1989 the 7th Infantry Division participated in [[Operation Just Cause]] in Panama, briefly occupying the country in conjunction with the [[82nd Airborne Division (United States)|82nd Airborne Division]]. Elements of the 7th Infantry Division landed in the northern areas of [[Colón Province]], Panama, securing the [[Coco Solo|Coco Solo Naval Station]], [[Fort Espinar]], [[France Field]], and [[Colón, Panama|Colón]] while the 82nd Airborne and US Marines fought in the more heavily populated southern region. Once Panama City was under US control, the 82nd quickly re-deployed and left the city under the control of the 7th Division's 9th Infantry Regiment until after the capture of [[Manuel Noriega]].<ref name="GS54" /> It suffered four killed and three wounded in the operation.<ref name="GS77">Gardener & Stahura, p. 77</ref>
* '''[[7th Infantry Division (Light)]]'''
 
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** '''[[7th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|7th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
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* [[File:7th_Infantry_Division_SSI_(1973-2015).svg|40x40px]] '''[[7th Infantry Division (Light)]]''', at [[Fort Ord, California]]
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
** 127th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
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** 107th Military Intelligence Battalion
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[62nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
** 13th Engineer Battalion
  +
** 761st Chemical Company
  +
** 7th Military Police Company
  +
** 7th Infantry Division Band
  +
** '''[[1st Brigade, 7th Infantry Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[9th Infantry Regiment (United States)|9th Infantry Regiment]] (Light Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
  +
** '''[[2nd Brigade, 7th Infantry Division (United States)|2nd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 5th Battalion, [[21st Infantry Regiment (United States)|21st Infantry Regiment]] (Light Infantry)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[27th Infantry Regiment (United States)|27th Infantry Regiment]] (Light Infantry)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
  +
** '''[[3rd Brigade, 7th Infantry Division (United States)|3rd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[17th Infantry Regiment (United States)|17th Infantry Regiment]] (Light Infantry)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[21st Infantry Regiment (United States)|21st Infantry Regiment]] (Light Infantry)
  +
** [[File:41st_Infantry_Division_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|41st Infantry Brigade]]''' (Oregon National Guard – attached)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Portland, Oregon
  +
*** F Troop, [[116th Infantry Regiment (United States)|116th Cavalry Regiment]], in Twin Falls, Idaho (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[162nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|162nd Infantry Regiment]], in Forest Grove (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 162nd Infantry Regiment, in Corrage Grove (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[186th Infantry Regiment (United States)|186th Infantry Regiment]], in Ashland (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[218th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|218th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M102 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 162nd Engineer Company
  +
** '''7th Infantry Division Artillery'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** B Battery, 15th Field Artillery Regiment (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 8th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 8th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 15th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 7th Battalion, 15th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
** '''7th Infantry Division Support Command'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 7th Supply and Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 707th Maintenance Battalion
  +
*** E Company, 123rd Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
*** 7th Medical Battalion
  +
** '''4th Brigade (Aviation)'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment (Support)
  +
  +
[[File:7th_US_Infantry_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 7th Infantry Division (Light) as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 9th Infantry Division (Motorized) ===
 
=== 9th Infantry Division (Motorized) ===
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* [[File:9th_Infantry_Division_patch.svg|50x50px]] '''[[9th Infantry Division (Motorized)]]''', at Fort Lewis, Washington
 
* [[File:9th_Infantry_Division_patch.svg|50x50px]] '''[[9th Infantry Division (Motorized)]]''', at Fort Lewis, Washington
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
+
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
** 9th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
** 1 x Light Cavalry Squadron?
 
  +
** [[109th Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (12 x [[MIM-72 Chaparral|MIM-72 Chaparral Mobile SAMs]]; 36 x [[M167 VADS|M167 Towed Vulcan SAMs]]; 68 x [[FIM-92 Stinger|Stinger MANPADS]])
  +
** [[15th Engineer Battalion (United States)|15th Combat Engineer Battalion]] (52 x Mk19 Automatic Grenade Launchers; 29 x SEE Backhoe Loader ; 18 x [[M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle]]; 6 x [[Volcano mine system|M136 Volcano Mine Systems]]; 10 x Light Assault Vehicles; 10 x [[M58 MICLIC|M58 MICLICs]])
  +
** 9th Chemical Company (32 x Humvees; 18 x Mk19 Automatic Grenade Launchers; 32 x Smoke Generators)
  +
** 9th Military Police Company
  +
** [[9th Infantry Division Band]]
 
** '''1st Brigade'''
 
** '''1st Brigade'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
*** 1st Battalion, [[33rd Armor Regiment]] (Armored; 58 x [[M60 tank#M60A3 series|M60A3 MBTs]])
+
*** 1st Battalion, [[33rd Armor Regiment]] (Armored with M60A3 MBTs)
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[23rd Infantry Regiment (United States)|23rd Infantry Regiment]] (Heavy Combined Arms; 44 x [[BGM-71 TOW#Launch platforms|Humvee TOWs]]; 67 x [[Mk 19 grenade launcher|Mk19 Grenade Launchers]]; 15 x [[M47 Dragon|M47 Dragon ATGMs]]; 6 x [[4.2-inch mortar|4.2" mortars]])
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[23rd Infantry Regiment (United States)|23rd Infantry Regiment]] (Heavy Combined Arms; 44 x [[BGM-71 TOW#Launch platforms|Humvee TOWs]]; 67 x [[Mk 19 grenade launcher|Mk19 Grenade Launchers]]; 15 x [[M47 Dragon|M47 Dragon ATGMs]]; 6 x [[4.2-inch mortar|4.2" mortars]])
*** 4th Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment (Light Combined Arms; 24 x Humvee TOWs; 75 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 30 x M47 Dragon ATGMs; 6 x 4.2" mortars)
 
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[2nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|2nd Infantry Regiment]] (Light Attack; 31 x Humvee TOWs; 96 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 6 x 4.2" mortars)
 
*** 2nd Battalion, [[2nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|2nd Infantry Regiment]] (Light Attack; 31 x Humvee TOWs; 96 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 6 x 4.2" mortars)
 
** '''3rd Brigade'''
 
** '''3rd Brigade'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
*** 2nd Battalion, [[60th Infantry Regiment (United States)|60th Infantry Regiment]] (Heavy Combined Arms; 44 x [[BGM-71 TOW#Launch platforms|Humvee TOWs]]; 67 x [[Mk 19 grenade launcher|Mk19 Grenade Launchers]]; 15 x [[M47 Dragon|M47 Dragon ATGMs]]; 6 x [[4.2-inch mortar|4.2" mortars]])
+
*** 2nd Battalion, [[60th Infantry Regiment (United States)|60th Infantry Regiment]] (Heavy Combined Arms)
*** 3rd Battalion, [[47th Infantry Regiment (United States)|47th Infantry Regiment]] (Light Combined Arms; 24 x Humvee TOWs; 75 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 30 x M47 Dragon ATGMs; 6 x 4.2" mortars)
+
*** 3rd Battalion, [[47th Infantry Regiment (United States)|47th Infantry Regiment]] (Light Combined Arms)
*** 2nd Battalion, [[1st Infantry Regiment (United States)|1st Infantry Regiment]] (Light Attack; 31 x Humvee TOWs; 96 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 6 x 4.2" mortars)
+
*** 2nd Battalion, [[1st Infantry Regiment (United States)|1st Infantry Regiment]] (Light Attack)
 
** [[File:81st_ABCT_Unit_Insignia.svg|40x40px]] '''[[81st Stryker Brigade Combat Team|81st Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (Washington National Guard)
 
** [[File:81st_ABCT_Unit_Insignia.svg|40x40px]] '''[[81st Stryker Brigade Combat Team|81st Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (Washington National Guard)
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Seattle
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Seattle
*** E Troop, [[303rd Cavalry Regiment (United States)|303rd Cavalry Regiment]] (Armoured Cavalry; 8 x [[M113A1|M113A1 APCs]])
+
*** E Troop, [[303rd Cavalry Regiment (United States)|303rd Cavalry Regiment]] (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
*** 1st Squadron, [[303rd Cavalry Regiment (United States)|303rd Cavalry Regiment]], in Yakima (Armored; 58 x [[M60 tank#M60A3 series|M60A3 MBTs]])
+
*** 1st Battalion, [[303rd Cavalry Regiment (United States)|303rd Armored Regiment]], in Yakima (Armored; 58 x [[M60 tank#M60A3 series|M60A3 MBTs]])
*** 1st Battalion, [[303rd Cavalry Regiment (United States)|303rd Armor Regiment]], in Everett (Armored; 58 x M60A3 MBTs)
+
*** 1st Battalion, [[303rd Cavalry Regiment (United States)|803rd Armored Regiment]], in Everett (Armored; 58 x M60A3 MBTs)
*** 1st Battalion, [[161st Infantry Regiment (United States)|161st Infantry Regiment]], in Spokane (Mechanised Infantry; 58 x [[M113 armored personnel carrier|M113 APCs]]; 9 x [[M29 mortar|M125A1 81mm Mortar Carriers]]; 18 x [[BGM-71 TOW#Launch platforms|M150 TOW APCs]])
+
*** 1st Battalion, [[161st Infantry Regiment (United States)|161st Infantry Regiment]], in Spokane (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
*** 3rd Battalion, 161st Infantry Regiment, in Kent (Mechanised Infantry; 58 x M113 APCs; 9 x M125A1 81mm Mortar Carriers; 18 x M150 TOW APCs)
+
*** 3rd Battalion, 161st Infantry Regiment, in Kent (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[146th Field Artillery Regiment]] (SPG Artillery; 24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A2 155mm Self-propelled howitzers]])
  +
*** 181st Support Battalion<ref>{{Cite web |title=181st Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0181sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
 
** '''[[9th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[9th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** E Battery, [[333rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[84th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Light Field Artillery; 12 x [[M102 howitzer|M102 105mm light howitzers]] and 9 x [[M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System|M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems]])
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[84th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Light Field Artillery; 12 x [[M102 howitzer|M102 105mm light howitzers]] and 9 x [[M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System|M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems]])
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[11th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; 18 x [[M198 howitzer|M198 155mm towed howitzers]])
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[11th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; 18 x [[M198 howitzer|M198 155mm towed howitzers]])
 
*** 3rd Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; 18 x M198 155mm towed howitzers)
 
*** 3rd Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; 18 x M198 155mm towed howitzers)
  +
** '''[[9th Sustainment Brigade|9th Division Support Command]]'''
*** 2nd Battalion, [[146th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Washington National Guard) (SPG Artillery; 24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A2 155mm Self-propelled howitzers]])
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (12 x [[MIM-72 Chaparral|MIM-72 Chaparral Mobile SAMs]]; 36 x [[M167 VADS|M167 Towed Vulcan SAMs]]; 68 x [[FIM-92 Stinger|Stinger MANPADS]])
 
** '''[[9th Division Support Command]]'''
 
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
*** [[109th Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Combat Electronic Warfare & Intelligence)
+
*** 99th Support Battalion (Forward) supporting 3rd Brigade
  +
*** 109th Support Battalion (Forward) – supporting 1st Brigade
*** [[15th Engineer Battalion (United States)|15th Combat Engineer Battalion]] (52 x Mk19 Automatic Grenade Launchers; 29 x SEE Backhoe Loader ; 18 x [[M728 Combat Engineer Vehicle]]; 6 x [[Volcano mine system|M136 Volcano Mine Systems]]; 10 x Light Assault Vehicles; 10 x [[M58 MICLIC|M58 MICLICs]])
 
  +
*** 709th Support Battalion (Main)
*** 9th Military Police Company
 
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 9th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
*** 9th Chemical Company (32 x Humvees; 18 x Mk19 Automatic Grenade Launchers; 32 x Smoke Generators)
 
** '''[[9th Combat Aviation Brigade]]'''
+
** '''9th Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat)'''
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Troop
*** 1st Squadron, [[9th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|9th Cavalry Regiment]] (Attack Reconnaissance; 19 x Motorcycles; 8 x Bell UH-1H Huey; 6 x Humvees; 12 x Bell OH-58 Kiowa Light Reconnaissance and 4 x Bell AH-1F Cobrak Attack Helicopters)
+
*** 2nd Squadron, [[9th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|9th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry; 19 x Motorcycles; 8 x Bell UH-1H Huey; 6 x Humvees; 12 x Bell OH-58 Kiowa Light Reconnaissance and 4 x Bell AH-1F Cobra Attack Helicopters)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[9th Aviation Regiment (United States)|9th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack; 21 x [[Bell AH-1 Cobra|Bell AH-1F Cobra Attack]]{{Efn|According to official TO&Es, the cobra should have been replaced by the Boeing AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter.}}; 13 x [[Bell OH-58 Kiowa|Bell OH-58 Kiowa Light Reconnaissance]]; 3 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois|Bell UH-1H Huey Medium Utility]] Helicopters)
 
*** 1st Battalion, [[9th Aviation Regiment (United States)|9th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack; 21 x [[Bell AH-1 Cobra|Bell AH-1F Cobra Attack]]{{Efn|According to official TO&Es, the cobra should have been replaced by the Boeing AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter.}}; 13 x [[Bell OH-58 Kiowa|Bell OH-58 Kiowa Light Reconnaissance]]; 3 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois|Bell UH-1H Huey Medium Utility]] Helicopters)
 
*** 2nd Battalion, 9th Aviation Regiment (General & Combat Support Aviation; 60 x [[Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk|Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk Medium Utility]]; 8 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois variants|Bell UH-1H Huey Medium Utility]]; 3 x [[EH-60 Quick Fix|Sikorsky EH-60 Quick Fix Electronic Warfare]]; 15 x [[Bell OH-58 Kiowa|Bell OH-58 Kiowa Light Reconnaissance]] Helicopters)
 
*** 2nd Battalion, 9th Aviation Regiment (General & Combat Support Aviation; 60 x [[Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk|Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk Medium Utility]]; 8 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois variants|Bell UH-1H Huey Medium Utility]]; 3 x [[EH-60 Quick Fix|Sikorsky EH-60 Quick Fix Electronic Warfare]]; 15 x [[Bell OH-58 Kiowa|Bell OH-58 Kiowa Light Reconnaissance]] Helicopters)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment (Light Combined Arms; 24 x Humvee TOWs; 75 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 30 x M47 Dragon ATGMs; 6 x 4.2" mortars)
  +
  +
[[File:I_US_Corps_1989.png|center|thumb|1670x1670px|Graphic representing the I Corps as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
== III Armored Corps ==
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== III Corps ==
 
[[File:DF-ST-85-13333_Soldier_setting_up_a_collimator_to_sight_in_a_Howitzer_during_REFORGER_'85.png|thumb|300x300px|A soldier from Battery B, 2nd Battalion, 27th Field Artillery, sets up a collimator to sight in a Howitzer during REFORGER '85.]]
 
[[File:DF-ST-85-13333_Soldier_setting_up_a_collimator_to_sight_in_a_Howitzer_during_REFORGER_'85.png|thumb|300x300px|A soldier from Battery B, 2nd Battalion, 27th Field Artillery, sets up a collimator to sight in a Howitzer during REFORGER '85.]]
 
Primary mission was to reinforce NATO’s NORTHAG with contingencies to Southwest and Northeast Asia.  The 1<sup>st</sup> and 4<sup>th</sup> Infantry Divisions would reinforce the VII and V Corps respectively in the event of war in Europe.  All units had a set of POMCUS equipment in Europe. III Corps included a forward element (brigade size) based in West Germany.
 
Primary mission was to reinforce NATO’s NORTHAG with contingencies to Southwest and Northeast Asia.  The 1<sup>st</sup> and 4<sup>th</sup> Infantry Divisions would reinforce the VII and V Corps respectively in the event of war in Europe.  All units had a set of POMCUS equipment in Europe. III Corps included a forward element (brigade size) based in West Germany.
   
* '''[[III Corps (United States)|III Armored Corps]]'''
+
* [[File:III_Armored_Corps_Distinctive_Unit_Insignia.svg|58x58px]] '''[[III Corps (United States)|III Corps]]'''
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Hood]], [[Texas]]<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":1" />
** Commanding General, III Armored Corps ()
 
  +
** 3rd Personnel Group – ''battalion''
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Hood]], [[Texas]]<ref name=":1" />
 
  +
** 3rd Finance Group – ''battalion''
** '''[[III Corps Artillery (United States)|III Corps Artillery]]''' ({{Rating|2}})
 
  +
** 3rd Corps Band
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at [[Fort Sill]], Oklahoma
 
*** '''[[75th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|75th Field Artillery Brigade]]<ref name=":2" />'''
+
** [[File:3rd_Signal_Brigade_shoulder_sleeve_insignia.png|46x46px]] '''[[3rd Signal Brigade (United States)|3rd Signal Brigade (Corps)]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas<ref name=":4" />
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 16th Signal Battalion
**** 6th Battalion, [[27th Field Artillery Regiment]] (MLRS)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
 
  +
*** 57th Signal Battalion
*** 212th Field Artillery Brigade
 
  +
*** 136th Signal Battalion, in Temple, Texas (Texas NG) – activated 1st October 1989
*** 214th Field Artillery Brigade
 
  +
** [[File:504thMIBrigade.svg|40x40px]] '''[[504th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas
** 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade
 
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** 13th Support Command
 
** 89th Military Police Brigade
+
*** 15th Military Intelligence Battalion
  +
*** [[163rd Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|163rd Military Intelligence Battalion]]
** 6th Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat)
 
  +
*** [[303rd Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
** [[File:3dACRSSI.PNG|40x40px]] '''[[3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment]]''', at [[Fort Bliss, Texas]] – brigade sized formation{{Efn|Operation REFORGER unit, with POMCUS dépôts in Mönchengladbach and an ammunition dépôt in Kevelaer}}
  +
*** Regimental Headquarters & Headquarters Troop
  +
*** 66th Military Intelligence Company
  +
*** 1st Squadron (Armored, with M1A1 Abrams)
  +
*** 2nd Squadron (Armored, with M1A1 Abrams)
  +
*** 3rd Squadron (Armored, with M1A1 Abrams)
  +
*** 4th Air Cavalry Squadron (Armored Cavalry Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 43rd Engineer Company
  +
*** Combat Support Squadron
  +
*** Chemical Company
  +
** [[File:31ADABdeSSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[1st Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (MIM-23 Hawk)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Chaparral)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[200th Infantry Regiment (United States)|200th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (New Mexico NG; Chaparral)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[233rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Arkansas NG; Chaparral)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Fort Bliss, Texas (MIM-104 Patriots)
  +
** [[File:89MPBdeSSI.png|40x40px]] '''[[89th Military Police Brigade (United States)|89th Military Police Brigade]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** [[716th Military Police Battalion]], at Fort Riley, Kansas
  +
*** [[720th Military Police Battalion]]
  +
** [[File:US_Army_-_6th_Cavalry_Brigade_(Air_Combat)_Shoulder_Sleeve_Insignia.png|42x42px]] '''[[6th Cavalry Brigade (United States)|6th Cavalry (Air Combat) Brigade]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas<ref name=":8" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Squadron, [[6th Cavalry Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** 2nd Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** 4th Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** 6th Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment (Attack) – ''activated 6th June 1990''
  +
*** 7th Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment (Army Reserve; Attack, with Cobras), at Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport, Houston, Texas
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[158th Aviation Regiment (United States)|158th Aviation Regiment]] (Heavy Lift, with CH-47 Chinooks)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[58th Aviation Regiment]] (Air Traffic Control)
   
 
=== 1st Cavalry Division ===
 
=== 1st Cavalry Division ===
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[[File:Members_of_the_1ST_Cavalry_Division,_use_M113_armored_personnel_carriers_and_an_M577_armored_command_vehicle_during_a_live_fire_exercise_at_the_National_Training_Center._(SUBSTANDAR_-_DPLA_-_de877ac3cd46fb831c1f6b04cd53c5e9.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|Members of the 1ST Cavalry Division, use M113 armored personnel carriers and an M577 armored command vehicle during a live fire exercise at the National Training Center.]]
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The 1st Cavalry Division was an [[Operation REFORGER]] unit with [[POMCUS]] materiel dépôts in the [[Kingdom of Belgium]] ([[Grobbendonk]] and [[Zutendaal]]) and the [[Kingdom of the Netherlands]] ([[Brunssum]] and [[Eygelshoven]]) along with an ammunition dépôt in Zutendaal.
   
* '''1st Cavalry Division'''
+
* [[File:1st_Cavalry_Division_Patch.svg|51x51px]] '''[[1st Cavalry Division (United States)|1st Cavalry Division]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** '''[[1st Cavalry Division Artillery (United States)|1st Cavalry Division Artillery]]''' "The Red Team"
 
  +
** 13th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
  +
** [[312th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|312th Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
** 4th Battalion, [[5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
** [[8th Engineer Battalion (United States)|8th Engineer Battalion]]
  +
** 68th Chemical Company
  +
** 545th Military Police Company
  +
** [[1st Cavalry Division Band]]
  +
** [[File:USA_-_1st_Cavalry_1st_Brigade.png|42x42px]] '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[8th Cavalry Regiment]]
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[32nd Cavalry Regiment|32nd Armored Regiment]]
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[5th Cavalry Regiment]] (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
  +
** [[File:1st_Cavalry_Division_Patch-B.svg|38x38px]] '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division (United States)|2nd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[8th Cavalry Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[32nd Cavalry Regiment|32nd Armored Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[5th Cavalry Regiment]] (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
  +
** [[File:155th_Armored_Brigade_Combat_Team_CSIB.svg|45x45px]] '''[[155th Armored Brigade Combat Team|155th Armored Brigade]]''' (Mississippi National Guard)
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** A Troop, [[98th Cavalry Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[198th Armor Regiment|198th Armored Regiment]]
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 198th Armored Regiment
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[141st Infantry Regiment (United States)|141st Infantry Regiment]] (Texas NG; Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[155th Infantry Regiment (United States)|155th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[114th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 134th Engineer Company
  +
*** 106th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
** [[File:USA_-_1st_Cavalry_Aviation_Brigade.png|42x42px]] '''[[1st Air Cavalry Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters & Headquarters Troop
  +
*** 1st Squadron, [[7th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[227th Aviation Regiment (United States)|227th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** D Company, 227th Aviation Regiment (Support)
  +
*** E Company, 227th Aviation Regiment (Utility)
  +
** [[File:1st_Cavalry_Division_Artillery_CSIB.png|40x40px]] '''[[1st Cavalry Division Artillery (United States)|1st Cavalry Division Artillery]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** A Battery, [[333rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[82nd Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** A Battery, [[21st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M270 227mm Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)
  +
** '''[[1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade|1st Cavalry Division Support Command]]'''<ref>{{Cite web |title=15th Sustainment Brigade |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0015sstbde.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** [[15th Brigade Support Battalion (United States)|15th Support Battalion]] (Forward)
  +
*** [[115th Brigade Support Battalion|115th Support Battalion]] (Forward)
  +
*** 27th Support Battalion (Main)
  +
*** F Company, 227th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
  +
[[File:1st_US_Cavalry_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 1st Cavalry Division as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 2nd Armored Division ===
 
=== 2nd Armored Division ===
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[[File:DA-ST-85-12328_1ST_Tiger_Brigade,_2nd_Armored_Division,_during_SPEARPOINT_'84,_a_phase_of_Exercise_REFORGER_'84.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|1ST Tiger Brigade, 2nd Armored Division, during SPEARPOINT '84, a phase of Exercise REFORGER '84.]]
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[[File:An_M270_227_mm_multiple_launch_rocket_system_vehicle_assigned_to_the_1ST_Battalion,_92nd_Field_Artillery,_moves_out_to_the_railroad_station,_where_it_will_be_loaded_on_a_train_for_t_-_DPLA_-_7d0169c536c9dfcc382fa16e82108b48.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|An M270 227 mm multiple launch rocket system vehicle assigned to the A Battery, 92nd Field Artillery, moves out to the railroad station, where it will be loaded on a train.]]
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The 2nd Armored Division was an [[Operation REFORGER]] unit with [[POMCUS]] dépôts in West Germany ([[Mönchengladbach]] and [[Heringen]]) along with an ammunition dépôt in [[Kevelaer|Twisteden]].<ref>{{cite web |title=Die POMCUS-Depots in Nachbarschaft zu Niedersachsen |url=https://www.relikte.com/nl_pomcus/index.htm |publisher=Relikte in Niedersachsen & Bremen |accessdate=4 July 2020}}</ref>
   
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The division and the division's round-out tank battalion, the 2nd Battalion, [[252nd Armor Regiment (United States)|252nd Armor]] of the [[North Carolina Army National Guard]] were equipped with M1 Abrams tanks<ref>{{cite journal |last1=Army News Staff |date=March 1984 |title=1983 - An Army of Excellence |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=gceQekWYVo0C&pg=PA19&lpg=PA19&dq=%222d+Armored+division%22++%222d+Battalion,+252d+Armor%22+-wiki&source=bl&ots=AkZKSlaEM9&sig=ACfU3U3ZTYSE0XyyFuUastBjXVBxDpP3Yg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi_97Pbg7fqAhVskIsKHe9VDK4Q6AEwAHoECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=%222d%20Armored%20division%22%20%20%222d%20Battalion%2C%20252d%20Armor%22%20-wiki&f=false |journal=All Volunteer |volume=Volume 36, Issue 12 |pages=19 |accessdate=8 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |date=September-October 1984 |title=Three Guard units to get M1 tanks |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=p_5LAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false |journal=Armor |volume=Vol XCIII No. 5 |pages=49 |accessdate=4 July 2020}}</ref> and the division was the first to be equipped with [[Bradley Fighting Vehicle|Bradley Fighting Vehicles]].<ref>{{cite journal |last1=A.C. Colletti |date=31 March 1983 |title=2 AD combat unit receives Bradleys |url=https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth309597/m1/1/?q=%22mccomb%22 |journal=The Fort Hood Sentinel |volume=Vol. 41, No. 47, Ed. 1 |pages=A1 |accessdate=8 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |last1=US National Guard Bureau |date=1982 |title=Equipping roundout units |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/About-the-Guard/Historical-Publications/Annual-Reports/FileId/134563/ |journal=Annual Review |pages=41 |accessdate=8 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="Bradleys now">{{cite journal |last1=United States Congress - House Committee on Armed Services |date=1987 |title=Where Bradleys are now |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=TTN_O6nIFzoC&pg=PA33&lpg=PA33&dq=%222d+Armored+division%22++%222d+Battalion,+252d+Armor%22+-wiki&source=bl&ots=85ILH_XVi_&sig=ACfU3U0_Ka_8MFi-5ae5jD91DJ8nMVy8nQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi_97Pbg7fqAhVskIsKHe9VDK4Q6AEwAnoECAYQAQ#v=onepage&q=%222d%20Armored%20division%22%20%20%222d%20Battalion%2C%20252d%20Armor%22%20-wiki&f=false |journal=Defense Department Authorization and Oversight: Hearings on H.R. 4428 |pages=33 |accessdate=8 July 2020}}</ref>
* '''2nd Armored Division'''
 
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** '''[[2nd Armored Division Artillery (United States)|2nd Armored Division Artillery]]'''
 
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On 29 January 1990 it was announced that the 2nd Armored Division would inactivate, and that the division's 2nd Brigade would inactivate within 30 September of that year.<ref>{{cite journal |date=1 February 1990 |title=Army announces proposed cuts |url=https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth309820/m1/1/ |journal=The Fort Hood Sentinel |volume=Vol. 49, No. 34, Ed. 1 |accessdate=10 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |date=1991 |title=Department of Defense Authorization for Appropriations for Fiscal Years 1992 |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=m1iGAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA459&lpg=PA459&dq=%222nd+armored+division%22+%22January+29,+1990%22&source=bl&ots=qJSSSgcp7c&sig=ACfU3U1LhZc_7mx_L71aMzEIMy4Z2KuHEA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj-v4CTssLqAhVqkIsKHdPwB6IQ6AEwAXoECAsQAQ#v=onepage&q=%222nd%20armored%20division%22%20%22January%2029%2C%201990%22&f=false |journal=United States Congress - Senate Committee on Armed Services |pages=459 |accessdate=10 July 2020}}</ref>
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* [[File:United_States_Army_2nd_Armored_Division_CSIB.svg|40x40px]] '''[[2nd Armored Division (United States)|2nd Armored Division]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 142nd Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
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** 552nd Military Intelligence Battalion – ''<small>less 588th MI Coy</small>''
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** 2nd Battalion, [[5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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** 17th Engineer Battalion – ''<small>less D Coy</small>''
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** 44th Chemical Company
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** 502nd Military Police Company
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** [[2nd Armored Division Band]]
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** '''1st Brigade<ref name="standings">{{cite journal |date=7 August 1986 |title=National guardsmen accept Bradleys |url=https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth309744/m1/22/?q=%22141st%22 |journal=The Fort Hood Sentinel |volume=Vol. 45, No. 11, Ed. 1 |pages=C2 |accessdate=8 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="Carter">{{cite journal |last1=Carter |first1=Scott |date=21 November 1985 |title=1st Brigade moves to the field |url=https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth309733/m1/39/?q=%222nd%20Battalion,%2041st%20Infantry%22%20%221st%20Battalion,%2067th%20Armor%22%20%223rd%20Battalion,%2067th%20Armor%22 |journal=The Fort Hood Sentinel |volume=Vol. 44, No. 29, Ed. 1 |pages=C2 |accessdate=8 July 2020}}</ref>'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, [[67th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, 67th Armored Regiment
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[41st Infantry Regiment (United States)|41st Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
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** '''2nd Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, [[68th Armored Regiment (United States)|68th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[252nd Armor Regiment|252nd Armored Regiment]] (North Carolina NG)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[41st Infantry Regiment (United States)|41st Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
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*** 4th Battalion, 41st Infantry Regiment (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
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** '''2nd Armored Division (Forward)''', in [[Osterholz-Scharmbeck|Osterholz-Scharmbeck, Lower Saxony]], West Germany – reinforced brigade unit
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 588th Military Intelligence Company – ''<small>detached from 552nd Military Intelligence Bt.</small>''
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[66th Armor Regiment|66th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, 66th Armored Regiment
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*** 1st Battalion, [[41st Infantry Regiment (United States)|41st Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised with M3 Bradley IFVs)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[3rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|3rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 498th Support Battalion (Forward)<ref>{{Cite web |title=HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 498th SUPPORT BATTALION - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0498sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** D Company, 17th Engineer Battalion
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*** D Troop, 2nd Squadron, [[1st Cavalry Regiment (United States)|1st Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
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** '''[[2nd Armored Division Artillery (United States)|2nd Armored Division Artillery]]<ref name="1987 - page 15">{{cite journal |date=December 1987 |title=The Red Book - An Annual Report |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=3qQrAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=2d%20armored&f=false |journal=Field Artillery |volume=US Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill |pages=15 |accessdate=10 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1989 - page 21">{{cite journal |date=December 1989 |title=The Red Book - An Annual Report |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=Z6UrAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=2d%20armored&f=false |journal=Field Artillery |volume=US Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill |pages=37 |accessdate=10 July 2020}}</ref><ref name="1990 - page 15">{{cite journal |date=December 1990 |title=The Red Book - An Annual Report |url=https://books.google.it/books?id=Z6UrAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=2d%20armored&f=false |journal=Field Artillery |volume=US Army Field Artillery School, Fort Sill |pages=31 |accessdate=10 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 1 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt1/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt1.pdf |publisher=US Army Center of Military History |pages=36-37 |accessdate=10 July 2020}}</ref>'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** C Battery, [[26th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|26th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[3rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|3rd Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment
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*** A Battery, [[92nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (MLRS)
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** '''2nd Armored Division Support Command'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 48th Support Battalion (Forward)
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*** 502nd Support Battalion (Forward)
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*** 124th Support Battalion (Main)
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*** F Company, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
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** '''4th Brigade (Aviation)'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 2nd Squadron, [[1st Cavalry Regiment (United States)|1st Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry) – ''less D Troop''
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*** 1st Battalion, [[3rd Aviation Regiment (United States)|3rd Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
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*** D Company, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Utility)
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*** E Company, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Support)
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[[File:2nd_US_Armored_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 2nd Armored Division as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 1st Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
=== 1st Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
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[[File:M1_Abrams_main_battle_tanks_from_the_24th_Infantry_Division_(Mechanized)_participate_in_NATO_Exercise_DISPLAY_DETERMINATION'87_DA-ST-88-05813.jpg|thumb|300x300px|M1 Abrams main battle tanks from the 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) participate in NATO Exercise DISPLAY DETERMINATION'87.]]
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1st Infantry Division was an [[Operation REFORGER]] unit and would join VII Corps on arrival to West Germany. The division had [[POMCUS]] dépôts in West Germany in [[Mannheim]].
   
* '''1st Infantry Division (Mechanized)'''
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* [[File:Combat_service_identification_badge_of_the_1st_Infantry_Division.svg|60x60px]] '''[[1st Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]''', at [[Fort Riley, Kansas]]
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** [[121st Signal Battalion (United States)|121st Signal Battalion]]<ref name=":4" />
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** [[101st Military Intelligence Battalion]]
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** 2nd Battalion, [[3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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** [[1st Engineer Battalion (United States)|1st Engineer Battalion]]
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** 12th Chemical Company
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** 1st Military Police Company
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** [[1st Infantry Division Band]]
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** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, [[34th Armor Regiment|34th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, 34th Armored Regiment
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*** 5th Battalion, [[16th Infantry Regiment (United States)|16th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[136th Infantry Regiment (United States)|136th Infantry Regiment]] (Minnesota NG; Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division|2nd Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[37th Armor Regiment|37th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 4th Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[16th Infantry Regiment (United States)|16th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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** '''[[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division (United States)|1st Infantry Division (Forward)]]''', in [[Göppingen|Göppingen, Baden-Württemberg]], West Germany – ''<small>reinforced brigade unit</small>''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** D Company, [[101st Military Intelligence Battalion]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[34th Armor Regiment|34th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[16th Infantry Regiment (United States)|16th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 4th Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[5th Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** D Company, [[1st Engineer Battalion (United States)|1st Engineer Battalion]]
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*** [[299th Brigade Support Battalion (United States)|299th Support Battalion]] (Forward)
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*** A Troop, 1st Squadron, [[4th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|4th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
 
** '''[[1st Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|1st Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[1st Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|1st Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** D Battery, [[25th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[5th Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 4th Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Regiment
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*** B Battery, [[6th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M270 227mm Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)
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** '''[[1st Sustainment Brigade (United States)|1st Infantry Division Support Command]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 101st Support Battalion (Forward)<ref>{{Cite web |title=101st SUPPORT BATTALION (DEVIL�S GUARDIAN) - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0101sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 201st Support Battalion (Forward)<ref>{{Cite web |title=201st Support Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0201sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 701st Support Battalion (Main)
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*** 541st Maintenance Battalion<ref>{{Cite web |title=HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 541st SUPPORT BATTALION - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0541sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** F Company, [[1st Aviation Regiment (United States)|1st Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance)
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** '''[[1st Combat Aviation Brigade|4th Brigade (Aviation)]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Squadron, [[4th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|4th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry) – ''<small>less A Troop</small>''
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*** 1st Battalion, [[1st Aviation Regiment (United States)|1st Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[111th Aviation Regiment (United States)|111th Aviation Regiment]] (Florida NG; Attack)
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*** D Company, 1st Aviation Regiment (Light Reconnaissance)
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*** E Company, 1st Aviation Regiment (Support)
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[[File:1st_US_Infantry_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 1st Infantry Division as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
=== 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
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[[File:DF-ST-99-04889_U.S._Army_armored_vehicles,_M-113_APC,_jeeps,_M551_Sheridan_tanks_during_REFORGER_'82_in_Germany.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|U.S. Army armored vehicles, M-113 APC, jeeps, M551 Sheridan tanks during REFORGER '82 in Germany]]
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[[File:A_soldier_guards_his_tank_during_REFORGER_85_DF-ST-85-13234.jpg|thumb|445x445px|Private First Class (PFC) Jose Ledoux-Garcia of Company C, 5th Battalion, 77th Armor, guards his M60A3 main battle tank during Central Guardian, a phase of Exercise REFORGER '85. He is armed with an M3A1 .45-caliber submarine gun.]]
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On 15th December 1989, the 4th Infantry Division lost its 2nd Brigade and the 116th Cavalry Brigade which was in process in formation was assigned to the division as its round-out brigade.
   
* '''[[4th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]'''
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* [[File:4ID_Patch_PNG.png|40x40px]] [[4th Infantry Division (Mechanized)|'''4th Infantry Division (Mechanized)''']], at [[Fort Carson, Colorado]]
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 124th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
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** 104th Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 1st Battalion, [[3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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** [[4th Engineer Battalion (United States)|4th Engineer Battalion]]
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** 31st Chemical Company
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** 4th Military Police Company
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** [[4th Infantry Division Band]]
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** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, [[77th Armor Regiment|77th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, 77th Armored Regiment
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*** 1st Battalion, [[12th Infantry Regiment (United States)|12th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[120th Infantry Regiment (United States)|120th Infantry Regiment]] (North Carolina NG; Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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** '''[[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division (United States)|3rd Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[35th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 1st Battalion, [[8th Infantry Regiment (United States)|8th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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** [[File:116th_Cavalry_Brigade_CSIB.svg|40x40px]] '''[[116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team|116th Cavalry Brigade]]''' (National Guard) – attached
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*** Brigade Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, in Boise, Idaho
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*** E Troop, 116th Cavalry Regiment
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*** 2nd Battalion, 116th Cavalry Regiment
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*** 3rd Battalion, 116th Cavalry Regiment, in La Grande, Oregon
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*** 1st Battalion, [[82nd Cavalry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, 148th Field Artillery Regiment (24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers]])
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*** 129th Engineer Company
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*** 145th Support Battalion (Forward)<ref>{{Cite web |title=145th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0145sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
 
** [[4th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|'''4th Infantry Division Artillery''']]
 
** [[4th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|'''4th Infantry Division Artillery''']]
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** A Battery, 26th Field Artillery Regiment (Target Acquisition)
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*** 1st Battalion, 29th Field Artillery Regiment
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*** 3rd Battalion, 29th Field Artillery Regiment
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*** 5th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery Regiment
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*** C Battery, 10th Field Artillery Regiment (MLRS)
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** [[File:4th_Sustainment_Brigade.svg|45x45px]] '''[[4th Sustainment Brigade|4th Infantry Division Support Command]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 4th Support Battalion (Forward)<ref>{{Cite web |title=4th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0004sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 64th Support Battalion (Forward)
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*** 704th Support Battalion (Main)<ref>{{Cite web |title=704th SUPPORT BATTALION - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0704sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** F Company, 4th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
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** [[File:4_Avn_Rgt_DUI.png|31x31px]] '''[[4th Combat Aviation Brigade|4th Brigade (Aviation)]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 2nd Squadron, [[7th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[4th Aviation Regiment (United States)|4th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[151st Aviation Regiment (United States)|151st Aviation Regiment]] (South Carolina NG; Attack)
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*** D Company, 4th Aviation Regiment (Reconnaissance)
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*** E Company, 4th Aviation Regiment (Support)
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[[File:4th_US_Infantry_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the 4th Infantry Division as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 5th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
=== 5th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
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[[File:A_rear_view_of_the_M3_Bradley_at_Fort_Polk.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|A rear view of the M3 Bradley fighting vehicle to be used by the 3rd Squadron, 1st Cav., 5th Infantry Division (Mech.).]]
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[[File:A_member_of_the_4th_Bn.,_6th_Inf.,_5th_Inf._Div.,_aims_his_M-16A2_rifle_through_a_barbed_wire_fence_during_a_joint_exercise_involving_units_of_the_Army,_Navy,_and_Air_Force_-_DPLA_-_aa2cf6e6e10cf48741a7bc6fd1fc6235.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|A member of the 4th Bn., 6th Inf., 5th Inf. Div., aims his M-16A2 rifle through a barbed wire fence during a joint exercise involving units of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.]]
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The 5th Infantry Division was an [[Operation REFORGER]] unit with [[POMCUS]] dépôts in the [[Kingdom of the Netherlands]] ([[Coevorden]], [[Ter Apel]], and [[Vriezenveen]]) and an ammunition dépôt in [[Coevorden]].
   
* '''[[5th Infantry Division (United States)|5th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]'''
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* [[File:US_5th_Infantry_Division.svg|63x63px]] '''[[5th Infantry Division (United States)|5th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]''', at [[Fort Polk|Fort Polk, Louisiana]]
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 5th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
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** 105th Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 3rd Battalion, [[3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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** [[7th Engineer Battalion (United States)|7th Engineer Battalion]]
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** 45th Chemical Company
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** 5th Military Police Company
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** 5th Infantry Division Band
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** '''1st Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, [[70th Armor Regiment|70th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, 70th Armored Regiment
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*** 5th Battalion, [[6th Infantry Regiment (United States)|6th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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** '''2nd Brigade'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 4th Battalion, [[35th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[6th Infantry Regiment (United States)|6th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 4th Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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** [[File:256_INF_BRGDE_SSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[256th Infantry Brigade Combat Team|256th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (Louisiana NG – attached)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** E Troop, [[256th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|256th Cavalry Regiment]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, 152nd Armored Regiment (Alabama NG)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[156th Infantry Regiment (United States)|156th Armored Regiment]]
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[156th Infantry Regiment (United States)|156th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 156th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised, with M113 APCs)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[141st Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** Brigade Engineer Company
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*** 199th Support Battalion (Forward)
 
** [[5th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|'''5th Infantry Division Artillery''']]
 
** [[5th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|'''5th Infantry Division Artillery''']]
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** H Battery, [[25th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[1st Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|1st Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 5th Battalion, 1st Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** C Battery, [[21st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M270 227mm Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)
  +
** '''5th Infantry Division Support Command'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 75th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** 105th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** 705th Support Battalion (Main)
  +
*** E Company, [[5th Aviation Regiment (United States)|5th Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
** '''4th Brigade (Aviation)'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 3rd Squadron, [[1st Cavalry Regiment (United States)|1st Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[5th Aviation Regiment (United States)|5th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** C Company, 5th Aviation Regiment (Reconnaissance)
  +
*** D Company, 5th Aviation Regiment (Support)
  +
  +
=== III Corps Artillery ===
  +
  +
* [[File:3_Corps_Shoulder_Sleeve_Insignia.svg|40x40px]] '''[[III Corps Artillery (United States)|III Corps Artillery]]''' ({{Rating|2}})
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at [[Fort Sill]], Oklahoma<ref name=":8" />
  +
** [[File:US_Army_-_75th_Field_Artillery_Brigade_Shoulder_Sleeve_Insignia.png|45x45px]] '''[[75th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|75th Field Artillery Brigade]]<ref name=":2" />'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 18th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm self-propelled heavy howitzers)
  +
*** 6th Battalion, [[27th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with MLRS)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 12th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with Lance)
  +
** [[File:212FABdeSSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[212th Field Artillery Brigade]]'''{{Efn|Operation REFORGER unit, with POMCUS dépôts in Mönchengladbach and an ammunition dépôt in Kevelaer}}
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 18th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 20th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 18th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm self-propelled heavy howitzers)
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with Lance, converting to MLRS)
  +
** [[File:US_Army_-_214th_Field_Artillery_Brigade_Shoulder_Sleeve_Insignia.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[214th Field Artillery Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** C Battery, 25th Field Artillery Regiment (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 2nd Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 9th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with Pershing II, converting to MLRS)
  +
  +
=== 13th Corps Support Command ===
  +
  +
* [[File:13ESCSSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)|13th Corps Support Command]]'''<ref>{{Cite web |title=HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 13th SUSTAINMENT COMMAND - Lineage and Honors Information - U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0013sstcmd.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Hood, Texas
  +
** Corps Special Troops Battalion
  +
** 62nd Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy)
  +
** 49th Transportation Battalion (Movement Control)
  +
** 180th Transportation Battalion
  +
** 553rd Supply and Services Battalion
  +
** 169th Maintenance Battalion
  +
** 544th Maintenance Battalion
  +
** [[2nd Chemical Battalion (United States)|2nd Chemical Battalion]]
  +
** 4th Materiel Management Center
  +
** [[File:1MBSSI.svg|48x48px]] '''[[1st Medical Group (United States)|1st Medical Group]]''', at Fort Hood, Texas
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment
  +
*** 21st Evacuation Hospital
  +
*** 47th Medical Supply and Optical Maintenance Battalion
  +
*** 3rd Platoon, 507th Medical Company (Air Ambulance)
  +
  +
[[File:III_US_Corps_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing III Corps' structure in 1989.]]
   
 
== XVIII Airborne Corps ==
 
== XVIII Airborne Corps ==
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* '''[[XVIII Airborne Corps]]'''
 
* '''[[XVIII Airborne Corps]]'''
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Bragg]], [[North Carolina]]<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":1" />
** Commanding General, XVIII Airborne Corps ({{Rating|3}})
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Bragg]], [[North Carolina]]<ref name=":1" />
+
** [[File:35th_home.jpg|48x48px]] '''[[35th Signal Brigade (United States)|35th Signal Brigade (Corps)]]''', at Fort Brag, North Carolina<ref name=":4" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment
 
  +
*** [[25th Signal Battalion (United States)|25th Signal Battalion]] (Corps Area)<ref name="Signal Corps">{{cite web |last1=Raines |first1=Rebecca Robbins |title=Signal Corps |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-15-1/CMH_Pub_60-15-1.pdf |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="35th Signal">{{cite web |year=1987 |title=35th Signal Brigade - Unit History |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=-BjZrhA3J9gC |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=Army Communicator - Voice of the Signal Corps - Fall 1987}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=25th Signal Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/sc/0025scbn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
** 194th Armored Brigade
 
  +
*** [[50th Expeditionary Signal Battalion|50th Signal Battalion]] (Corps Command Operations) (Airborne)<ref name="Signal Corps2">{{cite web |last1=Raines |first1=Rebecca Robbins |title=Signal Corps |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-15-1/CMH_Pub_60-15-1.pdf |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="35th Signal2">{{cite web |year=1987 |title=35th Signal Brigade - Unit History |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=-BjZrhA3J9gC |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=Army Communicator - Voice of the Signal Corps - Fall 1987}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=50th Signal Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/sc/0050scbn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
** 197th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)
 
  +
*** [[327th Signal Battalion (United States)|327th Signal Battalion]] (Corps Radio)<ref name="Signal Corps2" /><ref name="35th Signal2" /><ref>{{cite web |title=327th Signal Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/sc/0327scbn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
** [[XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery|'''XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery''']] ({{Rating|2}})
 
  +
*** 426th Signal Battalion (Corps Area)<ref name="Signal Corps2" /><ref name="35th Signal2" />
  +
** [[File:525_BfSB.svg|37x37px]] [[525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade (United States)|'''525th Military Intelligence Brigade (Airborne)''']]
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 224th Military Intelligence Battalion, at [[Hunter Army Airfield]], Georgia<ref>{{cite web |title=224th Military Intelligence Battalion |url=https://home.army.mil/stewart/index.php/units/tenant-units/224-MI-BN |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=224th Military Intelligence Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/mi/0224mibn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** [[319th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|319th Military Intelligence Battalion]]<ref>{{cite web |title=319th Military Intelligence Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/mi/0319mibn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** [[519th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|519th Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Airborne)<ref>{{cite web |title=519th Military Intelligence Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/mi/0519mibn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
** [[File:194th_Armored_Brigade_CSIB.svg|51x51px]] '''[[194th Armored Brigade (United States)|194th Armored Brigade]]''', at Fort Knox, Kentucky<ref name=":8" /> – OP REFORGER unit, POMCUS dépôt in [[Pirmasens]]
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** D Troop, [[10th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|10th Cavalry Regiment]] (Reconnaissance; Armored Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 10th Cavalry Regiment (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 10th Cavalry Regiment (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[15th Infantry Regiment (United States)|15th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised Infantry; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[77th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 522nd Engineer Company
  +
*** 75th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
** [[File:197thInfantryBrigade.svg|48x48px]] '''[[197th Infantry Brigade (United States)|197th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''', at Fort Benning, Georgia<ref name=":8" /> – OP REFORGER unit, POMCUS dépôt in Pirmasens
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** D Troop, [[4th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|4th Cavalry Regiment]] (Reconnaissance; Armored Cavalry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[69th Armor Regiment|69th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M60A3 main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[18th Infantry Regiment (United States)|18th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised Infantry; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised Infantry; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[41st Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 72nd Engineer Company
  +
*** 197th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** C Battery, [[5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
** [[File:11th_BDE_SSI.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]''', at Fort Bliss<ref name=":8" />
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[1st Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with MIM-23 Hawk mobile SAMs)
*** 18th Field Artillery Brigade (Airborne)
 
** 6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
+
*** 1st Battalion, [[2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with MIM-72A/M48 Chaparral mobile SAMs)
** 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
+
*** 2nd Battalion, [[7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with MIM-104 Patriot mobile SAMs)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with MIM-104 Patriot mobile SAMs)
** 20th Engineer Brigade
 
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Air Defense; with MIM-104 Patriot mobile SAMs)
  +
** [[File:20th_Engineer_Brigade_CSIB.png|40x40px]] '''[[20th Engineer Brigade (United States)|20th Engineer Brigade (Airborne)]]'''<ref name="C&S2">{{cite web |last1=Army - The Magazine of Landpower - October 1989 |year=1989 |title=Command and Staff |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=yC4wG9JVdR0C |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=Association of the US Army}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=20th Engineer Brigade Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/eng/0020enbde.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="20th Engineer">{{cite web |title=20th Engineer Brigade History |url=http://www.bragg.army.mil/20eng/Pages/History.htm |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080103032017/http://www.bragg.army.mil/20eng/Pages/History.htm |archive-date=3 January 2008 |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=20th Engineer Brigade Staff}}</ref>
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** [[27th Engineer Battalion (United States)|27th Engineer Battalion]] (Airborne)<ref>{{cite web |title=27th Engineer Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/eng/0027enbn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** [[37th Engineer Battalion (United States)|37th Engineer Battalion]] (Airborne)<ref>{{cite web |title=37th Engineer Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/eng/0037enbn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** 30th Engineer Battalion (Topographic)
  +
*** 175th Engineer Company<ref>{{cite web |title=175th Engineer Company Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/eng/0175enco.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** 264th Engineer Company (Bridge)<ref>{{cite web |title=264th Engineer Company Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/eng/0264enco.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** 362nd Engineer Company<ref>{{cite web |title=362nd Engineer Company Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/eng/0362enco.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
 
** 1st Support Command
 
** 1st Support Command
** 16th Military Police Brigade
+
** [[File:16th_Military_Police_Brigade_SSI.jpg|48x48px]]'''[[16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne)]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** 18th Combat Aviation Brigade
 
  +
*** 503rd Military Police Battalion (Airborne)<ref>{{cite web |title=503rd Military Police Battalion Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/mp/0503mpbn.htm |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
** [[File:18thAVN_BDE_SSI.png|44x44px]] [[18th Aviation Brigade (United States)|'''18th Aviation Brigade (Airborne)''']]
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[58th Aviation Regiment (United States)|58th Aviation Regiment]] (Air Traffic Control)<ref>{{cite web |title=1st Battalion, 58th Aviation Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/av/058av001bn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment (Attack)<ref>{{cite web |title=3rd Battalion, 159th Aviation Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/av/159av003bn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[229th Aviation Regiment (United States)|229th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)<ref>{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Fielding of the Apache |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=R9lvzIFgaiIC |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=United States Army Aviation Digest - January 1988}}</ref>
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[159th Aviation Regiment (United States)|159th Aviation Regiment]] (General Support)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment (Medium Lift)<ref name="Organ">{{cite web |last1=Organ |first1=David |date=15 December 2009 |title=The Logistics of the 101st Airborne Division in the First Gulf War |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Br3wAwAAQBAJ |access-date=17 June 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/av/159av002bn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
   
 
=== 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
=== 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
  +
[[File:M2A2_Bradley_24th_ID_Fort_Stewart_1996.JPEG|thumb|300x300px|A 3/4 right front close in view of an M2A2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) from the 1st Brigade, 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized) during a breaching exercise. A High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) is in the background.]]
  +
The 24th Infantry Division had been reorganised as a mechanised division in 1979, though it never had a 3rd Brigade due to budgetary constraints. The 48th Infantry Brigade of the Georgia Army National Guard was consequently assigned to the division and organised as a mechanized brigade. The division had been part of the XVIII Airborne Corps while based in CONUS, but was earmarked for VII Corps in West Germany if mobilised.<ref>{{harvnb|McKenney|1997|p=8}}</ref><ref name="McGrath190">{{harvnb|McGrath|2004|p=190}}</ref><ref name="GSO">{{cite web |title=24th Infantry Division: "Victory Division" |url=http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/24id.htm |url-status=live |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090610234615/http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/24id.htm |archive-date=10 June 2009 |access-date=14 June 2009 |publisher=globalsecurity.org}}</ref>
   
* '''[[24th Infantry Division (United States)|24th Infantry Division (Mechanised)]]''', at [[Fort Stewart]], Georgia<ref name=":1" />
+
* [[File:24th_Infantry_Division_CSIB.jpg|50x50px]] '''[[24th Infantry Division (United States)|24th Infantry Division (Mechanised)]]''', at [[Fort Stewart]], Georgia<ref name=":1" />
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** '''[[24th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|24th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
  +
** 24th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
  +
** 124th Military Intelligence Battalion
  +
** 1st Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment
  +
** 3rd Engineer Battalion
  +
** 91st Chemical Company
  +
** 24th Military Police Company
  +
** 24th Infantry Division Band
  +
** '''1st Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment
  +
** '''2nd Brigade'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment
  +
** [[File:48th_Infantry_Brigade_Combat_Team.svg|42x42px]] '''[[48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|48th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized)]]''' (Georgia NG)<ref>{{Cite web |title=48TH INFANTRY BRIGADE, 24TH INFANTRY DIVISION |url=https://tmg110.tripod.com/usarmyh38c.htm |access-date=2022-05-25 |website=tmg110.tripod.com}}</ref>
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Macon, Georgia
  +
*** E Troop, [[348th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|348th Cavalry Regiment]], in Griffin (Armored Reconnaissance)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[108th Armor Regiment|108th Armored Regiment]], in Calhoun (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command|263rd Armored Regiment]] (South Carolina NG)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[121st Infantry Regiment (United States)|121st Infantry Regiment]], in Dublin (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 121st Infantry Regiment, in Albany (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[230th Brigade Support Battalion|230th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Wycross (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155m self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 148th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
** '''24th Infantry Division Artillery'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** G Battery, [[333rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[14th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[41st Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 41st Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** A Battery, [[13th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with 227mm M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)
  +
** '''24th Infantry Division Support Command'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 24th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** 224th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** 724th Support Battalion (Main)
  +
*** E Company, 24th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
** '''4th Brigade (Aviation)'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 2nd Squadron, [[4th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|4th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 24th Aviation Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** C Company, 24th Aviation Regiment (Reconnaissance)
  +
*** D Company, 24th Aviation Regiment (Support)
   
 
=== 10th Mountain Division (Light) ===
 
=== 10th Mountain Division (Light) ===
  +
The 10th Mountain Division (Light) was reformed on 12th February 1985 at Fort Drum in New York as the army's dedicated mountain warfare specialist formation. If mobilised, the division would have deployed to the Kingdom of Norway.
   
* '''[[10th Mountain Division (Light)]]''', at [[Fort Drum]], New York
+
* [[File:Shoulder_sleeve_insignia_of_the_10th_Mountain_Division_(1944-2015).svg|68x68px]] '''[[10th Mountain Division (Light)]]''', at [[Fort Drum]], New York
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
** 10th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
  +
** 110th Military Intelligence Battalion
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[62nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
** 41st Engineer Battalion
  +
** 59th Chemical Company
  +
** 10th Military Police Company
  +
** [[10th Mountain Division Band]]
  +
** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[22nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|22nd Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[87th Infantry Regiment (United States)|87th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (United States)|2nd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[14th Infantry Regiment (United States)|14th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[87th Infantry Regiment (United States)|87th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
** '''[[27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|27th Infantry Brigade]]''' (New York NG)
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** E Troop, 101st Cavalry Regiment
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[105th Infantry Regiment (United States)|105th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[108th Infantry Regiment (United States)|108th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 108th Infantry Regiment
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[156th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 427th Support Battalion (Forward)
  +
*** 827th Engineer Company
 
** '''[[10th Mountain Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[10th Mountain Division Artillery]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** E Battery, [[7th Field Artillery Regiment]] (155mm)
  +
** '''[[10th Sustainment Brigade|10th Mountain Division Support Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** [[10th Supply and Transportation Battalion]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=10th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0010sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
  +
*** 710th Maintenance Battalion
  +
*** 10th Medical Battalion
  +
*** E Company, [[25th Aviation Regiment (United States)|25th Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
** '''[[10th Combat Aviation Brigade|Aviation Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 3rd Squadron, [[17th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[25th Aviation Regiment (United States)|25th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 25th Aviation Regiment (Utility)
   
 
=== 82nd Airborne Division ===
 
=== 82nd Airborne Division ===
   
* '''82nd Airborne Division''', at [[Fort Bragg]], North Carolina<ref name=":1" />
+
* '''[[82nd Airborne Division]]''', at [[Fort Bragg]], North Carolina<ref name=":1" />
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** 1st Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment<ref name=":1" />
 
** '''82nd Airborne Division Support Command'''
+
** 82nd Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
  +
** [[313th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|313th Military Intelligence Battalion]]
*** 189th Maintenance Battalion<ref name=":1" />
 
  +
** 3rd Battalion (Airborne), [[73rd Armor Regiment (United States)|73rd Armored Regiment]]
** '''82nd Aviation Brigade<ref name=":1" />'''
 
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[4th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
** 307th Engineer Battalion
  +
** 21st Chemical Company
  +
** 82nd Military Police Company
  +
** 82nd Airborne Division Band
  +
** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division|1st Brigade]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
*** 1st Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment
+
*** 1st Battalion, [[504th Infantry Regiment (United States)|504th Infantry Regiment]] (Parachute Infantry)
*** 2nd Battalion (Assault), 159th Aviation Regiment
+
*** 2nd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
  +
** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division|2nd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[325th Infantry Regiment (United States)|325th Infantry Regiment]] (Parachute Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 325th Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 325th Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
  +
** '''[[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division|3rd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[505th Infantry Regiment (United States)|505th Infantry Regiment]] (Parachute Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 505th Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 505th Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
  +
** '''[[82nd Airborne Division Artillery]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[319th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
** '''[[82nd Sustainment Brigade|82nd Airborne Division Support Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 407th Supply and Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 782nd Maintenance Battalion
  +
*** 307th Medical Battalion
  +
*** D Company, 82nd Aviation Regiment
  +
** '''[[82nd Combat Aviation Brigade|82nd Airborne Division Aviation Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Squadron, [[17th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[82nd Aviation Regiment (United States)|82nd Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment (Support)
   
 
=== 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) ===
 
=== 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) ===
   
* '''[[101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)]]''', at [[Fort Campbell]], Kentucky<ref name=":1" />
+
* [[File:US_101st_Airborne_Division_patch.svg|73x73px]] '''[[101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)]]''', at [[Fort Campbell]], Kentucky<ref name=":1" />
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
** 501st Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
  +
** [[311th Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|311th Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
  +
** [[326th Engineer Battalion (United States)|326th Engineer Battalion]]
  +
** 63rd Chemical Company
  +
** 101st Military Police Company
  +
** 101st Airborne Division Band
 
** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division|1st Brigade]]'''<ref name=":1" />
 
** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division|1st Brigade]]'''<ref name=":1" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
 
** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division|2nd Brigade]]'''<ref name=":1" />
 
** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division|2nd Brigade]]'''<ref name=":1" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
 
** [[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division|'''3rd Brigade''']]<ref name=":1" />
 
** [[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division|'''3rd Brigade''']]<ref name=":1" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
** [[File:USArmy_39th_Inf_Brig_Patch.svg|42x42px]] '''[[39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team|39th Arkansas Infantry Brigade]]''' (Arkansas NG)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in [[Little Rock, Arkansas]]
  +
*** E Troop, [[151st Cavalry Regiment]], in [[Conway, Arkansas]] (Reconnaissance; with Humvees)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[153rd Infantry Regiment (United States)|153rd Infantry Regiment]], in [[Malvern, Arkansas]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 153rd Infantry Regiment, in [[Searcy, Arkansas]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 153rd Infantry Regiment, in [[Dermott, Arkansas]] (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, [[206th Field Artillery Regiment]], in [[West Memphis, Arkansas]] (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
  +
*** 239th Engineer Company
 
** '''[[101st Airborne Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[101st Airborne Division Artillery]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
*** 2nd Battalion, [[31st Field Artillery Regiment]]'''<ref name=":2" />'''
+
*** C Battery, 5th Battalion, [[8th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[320th Field Artillery Regiment]]
** '''101st Airborne Division Support Command'''
 
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment
** '''[[101st Combat Aviation Brigade|101st Aviation Brigade]]'''<ref name=":1" />
 
*** 1st Battalion, 58th Aviation Regiment<ref name=":1" />
+
*** 3rd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
** '''[[101st Sustainment Brigade|101st Airborne Division Support Command]]'''
*** 2nd Battalion, 58th Aviation Regiment<ref name=":1" />
 
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 426th Supply and Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 801st Maintenance Battalion
  +
*** 8th Battalion, 101th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
*** 326th Medical Battalion
  +
** '''[[101st Combat Aviation Brigade|4th Brigade (Aviation)]]'''<ref name=":1" />
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (Assault)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (Assault)
  +
*** 9th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (Assault) – formed 16th December 1989
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (General Support)
  +
*** 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (Medium Lift)
  +
  +
[[File:101st_US_Airborne_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the structure of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) as it was organised in 1989.]]
  +
  +
=== XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery ===
  +
  +
* [[XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery|'''XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery''']] ({{Rating|2}})
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
** [[File:18thFABDENOTAB.png|45x45px]] [[18th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|'''18th Field Artillery Brigade (Airborne)''']], at Fort Bragg<ref name="C&S">{{cite web |last1=Army - The Magazine of Landpower - October 1989 |year=1989 |title=Command and Staff |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=yC4wG9JVdR0C |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=Association of the US Army}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19902">{{cite web |year=1990 |title=Field Artillery - February 1990 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=rqUrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19872">{{cite web |year=1987 |title=Field Artillery - February 1987 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=3qQrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="Field Artillery 19893">{{cite web |year=1988 |title=Field Artillery - December 1989 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Z6UrAAAAYAAJ |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Field Artillery School}}</ref><ref name="McKenney - 12">{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 2 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt1/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt1.pdf |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 1st Field Artillery Detachment (Target Acquisition)<ref name="About 18th">{{cite web |title=About 18th FA BDE |url=https://home.army.mil/bragg/index.php/units-tenants/xviii-airborne-co/18th-field-artillery-brigade |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army}}</ref>
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[8th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|8th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)<ref name="Field Artillery 19872" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19893" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19902" /><ref name="McKenney - 12" />
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 8th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)<ref name="Field Artillery 19872" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19893" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19902" /><ref name="McKenney - 12" />
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[39th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|39th Field Artillery Regiment (Airborne)]] (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)<ref name="Field Artillery 19872" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19893" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19902" /><ref name="McKenney - 2">{{cite web |last1=McKenney |first1=Janice E. |title=Field Artillery - Army Lineage Series - Part 2 |url=https://history.army.mil/html/books/060/60-11_pt2/CMH_Pub_60-11_pt2.pdf |access-date=27 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref>
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[27th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|27th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M270 227mm Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)<ref name="Field Artillery 19872" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19893" /><ref name="Field Artillery 19902" /><ref name="McKenney - 12" /><ref>{{cite web |title=3rd Battalion, 27th Field Artillery Lineage |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/fa/0027fa03bn.htm |access-date=26 June 2020 |publisher=US Army Center of Military History}}</ref><ref name="About 18th" />
   
 
= 7th Army & Army Europe =
 
= 7th Army & Army Europe =
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** Commanding General, Seventh Army and Commanding General, United States Army Europe ({{Rating|4}}); [[General (United States)|General]] [[Crosbie E. Saint|Crosbie Edgerton Saint]] {{Post-nominals|list=[[Distinguished Service Medal (U.S. Army)|DSM]] [[Silver Star|SSM]] [[Legion of Merit|LOM]] [[Distinguished Flying Cross (United States)|DFC]] [[Bronze Star Medal|BSM]]}}
 
** Commanding General, Seventh Army and Commanding General, United States Army Europe ({{Rating|4}}); [[General (United States)|General]] [[Crosbie E. Saint|Crosbie Edgerton Saint]] {{Post-nominals|list=[[Distinguished Service Medal (U.S. Army)|DSM]] [[Silver Star|SSM]] [[Legion of Merit|LOM]] [[Distinguished Flying Cross (United States)|DFC]] [[Bronze Star Medal|BSM]]}}
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, at [[Lucius D. Clay Kaserne]], [[Hesse]], Federal Republic of West Germany
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, at [[Lucius D. Clay Kaserne]], [[Hesse]], Federal Republic of West Germany
  +
** [[File:18th_Engineer_Brigade_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[18th Engineer Brigade (United States)|18th Engineer Brigade]]'''
** 199th Separate Infantry Brigade (Berlin Brigade)
 
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Smiley Barracks, Karlsruhe, West Germany
** 18th Engineer Brigade
 
  +
*** 79th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy), at Gerszewski Barracks, Karlsruhe
  +
*** 94th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy), at Ernst Ludwig Kaserne, Darmstadt
  +
*** [[249th Engineer Battalion (United States)|249th Engineer Battalion]] (Combat) (Heavy), at Gerszewski Barracks, Karlsruhe
  +
*** 293rd Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Heavy), at Harold D. Smith Barracks, Baumholder
  +
*** 649th Engineer Battalion (Topographic), at Tompkins Barracks, Schwetzingen
  +
*** 6970th Civilian Support Center (Engineer) (Construction), at Rhineland Kaserne, Ettlingen
 
** 1st Transportation Movement Control Agency
 
** 1st Transportation Movement Control Agency
** 1st Personnel Command
+
** '''[[1st Personnel Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Kilbourne Kaserne, Schwetzingen
  +
*** 21st Replacement Battalion, at Rhein Main Air Base, Frankfurt am Main
  +
*** [[United States Army Europe Band and Chorus|33rd Army Band & Chorus]], at Tompkins Barracks, Schwetzingen
  +
*** Confinement Facility, Mannheim, at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim
  +
**** 277th Military Police Company (Confinement)
  +
*** Postal Group, Europe
  +
**** 40th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Pioneer Kaserne, Hanau
  +
**** 111th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Vanguard Logistics Complex, Rheinberg
  +
**** 115th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Pulaski Barracks, Kaiserslautern
  +
**** 127th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Johnson Barracks, Fürth
  +
**** 139th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Robinson Barracks, Stuttgart
  +
**** 147th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Patton Barracks, Heidelberg
  +
**** 226th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at McGraw Kaserne, München
  +
**** 228th Adjutant General Company (Postal), at Gibbs Barracks, Frankfurt am Main
  +
**** 566th Adjutant General Company (Postal), in Schweinfurt
 
** '''[[26th Support Group]]'''
 
** '''[[26th Support Group]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Patton Barracks, [[Heidelberg]], Baden-Württemburg
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Patton Barracks, [[Heidelberg]], Baden-Württemburg
 
*** Support Battalion (Provisional)
 
*** Support Battalion (Provisional)
 
**** 529th Military Police Company (Honor Guard)
 
**** 529th Military Police Company (Honor Guard)
** 59th Ordnance Brigade
+
** '''[[59th Ordnance Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, at Husterhöh Kaserne, Pirmasens, West Germany
  +
*** Headquarters Support Battalion, at Husterhöh Kaserne, Pirmasens
  +
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 59th Ordnance Brigade
  +
**** 165th Signal Company
  +
**** Permissive Action Link Detachment
  +
**** 22nd Aviation Detachment (10 x [[UH-1H|Bell UH-1H 'Huey']] utility helicopters)
  +
*** 3rd Ordnance Battalion, at Müchweiler Hospital, Münchweiler an der Rodalb
  +
*** 72nd Ordnance Battalion, at Miesau Ammunition Dépôt, Bruchmühlbach-Miesau
  +
*** 197th Ordnance Battalion, at Müchweiler Hospital, Münchweiler an der Rodalb
  +
*** 5th Artillery Group, at Kwartier Kortemark / Stöckerbusch Kaserne, Büren
  +
*** 294th Artillery Group, at Briesen Kaserne, Flensburg
  +
*** 512th Artillery Group, at Prince Eugene Kaserne, Günzburg
  +
*** 552nd Artillery Group, at Mühlenberg Kaserne, Sögel
  +
*** 557th Artillery Group, at Aartal Kaserne, Seelbach
  +
*** 570th Artillery Group, at Simpson Barracks, Münster (under admin of the British 1st Artillery Brigade)
  +
*** 98th Chemical Detachment, at Müchweiler Hospital, Münchweiler an der Rodalb
  +
*** 763rd Medical Detachment, at Müchweiler Hospital, Münchweiler an der Rodalb
 
** 200th Theater Army Materiel Management Center
 
** 200th Theater Army Materiel Management Center
  +
** '''[[42nd Military Police Brigade|42nd Military Police Group (Customs)]]'''
** 7th Medical Command
 
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Funari Barracks, Mannheim
** 42nd Military Police Group (Customs)
 
** 7th Army Training Command
+
*** United States European Command Executive Agency
  +
*** United States Army Europe Executive Agency
  +
*** Detachment F, at Caserma Ederle, Vicenza, Republic of Italy
  +
*** 193rd Military Police Company (Customs), at William O. Darby Kaserne, Fürth
  +
*** 256th Military Police Company (Customs), in Frankfurt am Main
  +
*** 285th Military Police Company (Customs), in Karsruhe
  +
*** 294th Military Police Company (Customs), at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern
  +
*** 560th Military Police Company (Customs), at Carl Schurz Kaserne, Bremerhaven
 
** 7th Army Reserve Command
 
** 7th Army Reserve Command
   
== III Corps (Forward) ==
+
=== U.S. Army, Berlin ===
   
  +
* '''U.S. Army, Berlin'''
* '''[[III Corps (United States)|III Corps (Forward)]]'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company (Forward), at Tapijn Kaserne, Maastricht, Kingdom of the Netherlands
+
** Headquarters, at Lucius D. Clay Headquarters Compound, West Berlin
** F Company, 16th Signal Battalion, at Lucius D. Clay Kaserne, Garlstedt
+
** 6941st Guard Battalion, at Roosevelt Barracks, West Berlin
  +
** Berlin Document Center
** 5th Aviation Detachment, at Maastricht-Beek Airport (3 x Bell UH-1H Utility Helicopters)
 
  +
** [[Berlin Brigade|'''Berlin Brigade''']]
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Signal Support Company, Berlin Brigade, at Andrews Barracks, West Berlin
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[502nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|502nd Infantry Regiment]], at McNair Barracks, West Berlin (24 x M113A2 armoured personnel carriers; 9 x 81mm mortar carriers (mounted on M113 APCs); 4 x 107mm mortars; 6 x M151A2 TOW systems)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, at McNair Barracks, West Berlin (24 x M113A2 armoured personnel carriers; 9 x 81mm mortar carriers (mounted on M113 APCs); 4 x 107mm mortars; 6 x M151A2 TOW systems)
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, at McNair Barracks, West Berlin (24 x M113A2 armoured personnel carriers; 9 x 81mm mortar carriers (mounted on M113 APCs); 4 x 107mm mortars; 6 x M151A2 TOW systems)
  +
*** Brigade Combat Support Battalion, at Andrews Barracks, West Berlin
  +
**** D Company, [[40th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|40th Armored Regiment]], at Turner Barracks, West Berlin (14 x M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
**** F Company, 40th Armored Regiment, at Turner Barracks, West Berlin (22 x M60A3 Patton main battle tanks)
  +
**** E Battery, [[320th Field Artillery Regiment]], at McNair Barracks, West Berlin (8 x M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 42nd Engineer Company
  +
**** 43rd Chemical Company
  +
**** Helmstedt Support Detachment
  +
*** 287th Military Police Company (Separate), at Andrews Barracks, West Berlin
  +
*** Aviation Detachment, Berlin Brigade, at [[Tempelhof Central Airport|Tempelhof Central Airport, West Berlin]] (1 x [[Beechcraft C-12 Huron|Beechcraft C-12C Huron]]; 2 x [[Pilatus PC-6 Porter|Pilatus UV-20A Porter]] liaison aircraft, and 6 x [[UH-1H|Bell UH-1H 'Huey']] utility helicopters)
  +
*** [[298th Army Band]], at Andrews Barracks, West Berlin
   
=== 2nd Armored Division (Forward) ===
+
=== 7th Medical Command ===
[[File:DA-ST-85-12328_1ST_Tiger_Brigade,_2nd_Armored_Division,_during_SPEARPOINT_'84,_a_phase_of_Exercise_REFORGER_'84.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|An M1 Abrams from the 1ST Battalion, 67th Armor, during SPEARPOINT '84, a phase of Exercise REFORGER '84]]
 
   
  +
* [[File:US_7th_Medical_Command_SSI.gif|50x50px]] '''[[7th Medical Command]]'''
* '''[[2nd Armored Division (United States)|2nd Armored Division (Forward)]]''' ({{Rating|1}})
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company (Forward), at Lucius D. Clay Kaserne, Garlstedt
+
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Heidelberg Hospital, Heidelberg
  +
*** 8000th Civilian Support Group (Medical Service), at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern
** 588th Military Intelligence Company
 
  +
** 421st Medical Battalion (Evacuation), at Nellingen Kaserne, Nellingen auf den Fildern
** 2nd Battalion, [[66th Armor Regiment]] (Armored; 58 x [[M1A1 Abrams|M1A1 Abrams MBTs]]; 6 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley ARVs]]; 6 x [[M106 mortar carrier|M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs]])
 
  +
*** 45th Medical Company (Air Ambulance) (Air Ambulance; 15 x [[Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk|Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk]] utility helicopters)
** 3rd Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment (Armored; 58 x M1A1 Abrams MBTs; 6 x M3 Bradley ARVs; 6 x M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs)
 
  +
*** 159th Medical Company (Air Ambulance), at Griesheim Army Airfield, Darmstadt (Air Ambulance; 15 x Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopters)
** 1st Battalion, 41st Infantry Regiment (Mechanized) (Armored Infantry; 52 x [[M2 Bradley|M2 Bradley IFVs]]; 3 x [[M3 Bradley|M3 Bradley Reconnaissance IFVs]]; 12 x [[M901 ITV|M901 ITV Tank Destroyers]]; 6 x M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs)
 
  +
*** 236th Medical Company (Air Ambulance), at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl (Air Ambulance; 15 x Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopters)
** 4th Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment (SPG Artillery; 24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109A3 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzers]])
 
  +
*** 15th Medical Detachment (RG), at East Camp, Grafenwöhr (6 x Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopters)
** D Company, [[17th Engineer Battalion (United States)|17th Engineer Battalion]]
 
  +
*** 63rd Medical Detachment (RG), at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl (6 x Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopters)
** 498th Support Battalion (Forward)
 
  +
*** 236th Medical Detachment (RG), at Gablingen Kaserne, Gablingen (6 x Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk utility helicopters)
** D Troop, 2nd Squadron (Aviation), [[1st Cavalry Regiment (United States)|1st Cavalry Regiment]], in Lemwerder (4 x [[Bell AH-1 Cobra|Bell AH-1S]] Attack and 6 x [[Bell OH-58 Kiowa|Bell OH-58C]] Light Reconnaissance Helicopters)
 
  +
** 655th Medical Company (United States Army Europe Blood Bank), at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl
  +
** 2nd Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
** 10th Medical Laboratory (Illustration), at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl
  +
** Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory, at Wiesbaden Air Base
  +
** Veterinary Activity, Europe, in Gießen
  +
** Biostatistical Activity, Europe, at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl
  +
** 7th Medical Command Regional Finance & Accounting Office, at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl
  +
** 7th Medical Command Data Processing Installation, in Karlsruhe
  +
** Interim Theatre Automatic Data Processing Service Centre, in Piramsens
  +
** United States Army Contingency Hospital, at Coltano Medical Contingency Complex, Pisa, Italy (100 x beds)
  +
** '''Medical Materiel Centre, Europe''', at Husterhöh Kaserne, Pirmasens
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
**** 8040th Civilian Support Group (Medical Dépôt)
  +
*** A Company
  +
*** B Company
  +
*** 37th Medical Supply, Optical, and Maintenance Unit
  +
*** 226th Medical Supply, Optical, and Maintenance Unit
  +
*** 428th Medical Supply, Optical, and Maintenance Unit
  +
** '''Frankfurt Regional Medical Center''', at Clarke Kaserne, Frakfurt am Main
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** A Company
  +
*** B Company
  +
*** 97th General Hospital (310 x beds)
  +
*** 130th General Hospital, at Anderson Barracks, Dexheim
  +
*** 279th Station Hospital, at Lee Barracks, Mainz
  +
*** 4th General Dispensary, at Cambrai Fritsch Kaserne, Darmstadt
  +
*** 9th General Dispensary, at Graves Barracks, Aschaffenburg
  +
*** 10th General Dispensary, at Camp King, Oberusel
  +
*** 24th General Dispensary, at Pendleton Barracks, Gießen
  +
*** 209th General Dispensary, at New Argonner Family Housing, Hanau
  +
*** 17th Medical Detachment, at Coleman Kaserne, Gelnhausen
  +
*** 20th Medical Detachment, at Downs Barracks, Fulda
  +
*** 118th Medical Detachment, at McPheeters Barracks, Bad Hersfeld
  +
*** 733rd Medical Detachment, in Butzbach
  +
*** '''Dental Activity, Frankfurt'''
  +
**** 86th Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Pendleton Barracks, Gießen
  +
**** 92nd Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Pioneer Kaserne, Hanau
  +
**** 122nd Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Clarke Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main
  +
*** 110th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Landstuhl Regional Medical Center''', at Landstuhl Hospital, Landstuhl
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** A Company
  +
*** B Company
  +
*** 2nd General Hospital (310 x beds)
  +
*** 566th Medical Detachment
  +
*** 255th Station Hospital, at Bad Kreuznach Hospital
  +
*** 30th Field Hospital, at Harold D. Smith Barracks, Baumholder
  +
*** 187th General Dispensary
  +
*** 540th General Dispensary, at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern
  +
*** 189th Medical Detachment, at Weierhof Family Housing, Kirchheimboldanden
  +
*** 913th Medical Detachment, at Kleber Barracks, Kaiserslautern
  +
*** '''Dental Activity, Landstuhl'''
  +
**** 124th Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Münchweiler Hospital, Münchweiler an der Rodalb
  +
**** 464th Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
**** 576th Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Bad Kreuznach Hospital
  +
**** 766th Medical Detachment (Dental Service), in Baumholder
  +
*** '''Landstuhl Veterinary Activity'''
  +
**** 64th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service), at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern
  +
**** 99th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service), in Baumholder
  +
**** 100th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service), at Münchweiler Hospital, Münchweiler an der Rodalb
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Augsburg''', at Flak Kaserne, Augsburg
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** 34th General Hospital (95 x beds)
  +
*** 5th General Dispensary, at Flint Kaserne, Bad Tölz
  +
*** 12th General Dispensary, at General Abrams Hotel, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
  +
*** 22dn Medical Detachment, at Wiley Barracks, Neu-Ulm
  +
*** 914th Medical Detachment
  +
*** Health Clinic, Bad Aibling
  +
*** Health Clinic, Berchtesgaden, at Strub Kaserne, Bischofswiesen
  +
*** Health Clinic, Munich, at Perlacher Forest Family Housing, München
  +
*** 769th Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Sheridan Kaserne, Augsburg
  +
*** 483rd Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Bad Cannstatt''', at Bad Cannstatt Hospital, Stuttgart
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** 5th General Hospital (175 x beds + 50 x beds at the alcoholism treatment facility)
  +
*** 9th Medical Detachment, at Wharton Barracks, Heilbronn
  +
*** 18th Medical Detachment, at Dolan Barracks, Schwäbisch Hall
  +
*** 29th Medical Detachment, at Krabbenloch Kaserne, Ludwigsburg
  +
*** 191st Medical Detachment, at Nellingen Kaserne, Nellingen auf den Fildern
  +
*** 574th Medical Detachment, at Robinson Barracks, Stuttgart
  +
*** 732nd Medical Detachment, at Patch Barracks, Stuttgart
  +
*** 757th Medical Detachment, at Bismark Kaserne, Schwäbisch Gmünd
  +
*** 762nd Medical Detachment, at Cooke Barracks, Göppingen
  +
*** 90th Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
*** 167th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service), at Robinson Barracks, Stuttgart
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Berlin''', at Berlin Hospital, West Berlin
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** U.S. Army Hospital, Berlin (90 x beds)
  +
*** U.S. Army Dental Activity, Berlin
  +
*** 168th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Bremerhaven''', at Bremerhaven Hospital, Bremerhaven
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** 2nd Field Hospital (35 x beds)
  +
*** Health Clinic, Rheinberg, at Vanguard Logistics Complex, Rheinberg
  +
*** Dental Activity, Bremerhaven
  +
*** 21st Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Heidelberg''', at Nachrichten Kaserne, Heidelberg
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** 130th Station Hospital (100 x beds)
  +
*** 3rd General Dispensary, at Smiley Barracks, Karlsruhe
  +
*** 546th General Dispensary, at Sullivan Barracks, Mannheim
  +
*** 13th Medical Detachment, in Worms
  +
*** 19th Medical Detachment, at Germersheim Army Dépôt, Lingenfeld
  +
*** 735th Medical Detachment, at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim
  +
*** 961st Medical Detachment, at Gerszewski Barracks, Karlsruhe
  +
*** 928th Medical Detachment, at Patton Barracks, Heidelberg
  +
*** '''Dental Activity, Heidelberg'''
  +
**** 89th Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
**** 768th Medical Detachment (Dental Service), at Sullivan Barracks, Mannheim
  +
*** 487th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Nürnburg''', at Nürnberg Hospital, Nürnberg
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** 98th General Hospital (175 x beds)
  +
*** 71st Medical Detachment (Preventive Medicine), at East Camp, Grafenwöhr
  +
*** 188th General Dispensary, at Warner Barracks, Bamberg
  +
*** 536th General Dispensary, at Katterbach Kaserne, Ansbach
  +
*** 547th General Dispensary, at East Camp, Grafenwöhr
  +
*** 731st General Dispensary, at Pond Barracks, Amberg
  +
*** 16th Medical Detachment, at McKee Barracks, Crailsheim
  +
*** 120th Medical Detachment, at Ferris Barracks, Erlangen
  +
*** 87th Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
*** 72nd Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, [[Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe]] (SHAPE)''', at SHAPE, Mons
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 196th Station Hospital
  +
*** 6th General Dispensary, in Brunssum, Kingdom of the Netherlands
  +
*** NATO Health Clinic, Brussels, at Sterrebeek Annex, Zaventem, Kingdom of Belgium
  +
*** Dental Activity, SHAPE
  +
*** 79th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service), at Chièvres, Kingdom of Belgium
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Vicenza''', at Caserma Ederle, Vicenza, Republic of Italy
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 45th Field Hospital (26 x beds)
  +
*** Health Clinic, Livorno, at Camp Darby, Pisa, Republic of Italy
  +
*** Health Clinic, Sinop, at Diogenes Station, Sinop, Republic of Turkey
  +
*** 102nd Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
*** 34th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service)
  +
** '''Medical Department Activity, Würzburg''', at Würzburg Hospital, Würzburg
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** Medical Company
  +
*** 67th Evacuation Hospital
  +
*** 23rd Medical Detachment, in Wildflecken
  +
*** 24th Medical Detachment, at Ledward Barracks, Schweinfurt
  +
*** 31st Medical Detachment, at Harvey Barracks, Kitzingen
  +
*** 269th Medical Detachment, at Peden Barracks, Wertheim
  +
*** Health Clinic, Giebelstadt, at Giebelstadt Army Airfield, Giebelstadt
  +
*** Health Clinic, Bad Kissingen, at Daley Barracks, Bad Kissingen
  +
*** 123rd Medical Detachment (Dental Service)
  +
*** 80th Medical Detachment (Veterinary Service), at Leighton Barracks, Würzburg
  +
  +
=== 7th Army Training Command ===
  +
  +
* [[File:7th_Army_JMTC_Logo.png|50x50px]] '''[[7th Army Training Command]]'''
  +
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at East Camp, Grafenwöhr
  +
** Training Support Activity, Europe, at Rödelheim Ordnance Facility, Frankfurt am Main
  +
** 536th Military Police Company, at East Camp, Grafenwöhr
  +
** '''[[Grafenwoehr Training Area|Grafenwöhr Training Area]]''', at East Camp, Grafenwöhr
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
** '''[[Hohenfels Training Area]]''', at [[Hohenfels Army Airfield|Hohenfels Army Airfield, Hohenfels]]
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment
  +
*** 4011th Civilian Support Group (Guard)
  +
*** Combat Maneuver Training Center
  +
**** 1st Battalion, [[4th Infantry Regiment (United States)|4th Infantry Regiment]] (Training role)
  +
** '''Wildflecken Training Area''', at Camp Wildflecken, Wildflecken
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment
  +
** '''7th Army Combined Arms Training Center''', at Rose Barracks, Vilseck
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 7th Army Non-commissioned Officers Academy, at Flint Kaserne, Bad Tölz
   
 
== V Corps ==
 
== V Corps ==
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Creighton W. Abrams Complex, [[Frankfurt]], [[Hesse]]
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Creighton W. Abrams Complex, [[Frankfurt]], [[Hesse]]
 
** 22nd Personnel & Administration Battalion
 
** 22nd Personnel & Administration Battalion
** 5th Personnel Group
+
** 5th Personnel Group – ''battalion''
** 5th Finance Group
+
** 5th Finance Group – ''battalion''
** [[File:22ndSigBDE.gif|61x61px]] '''[[22nd Signal Brigade (United States)|22nd Signal Brigade (Corps)]]'''
+
** [[File:22ndSigBDE.gif|61x61px]] '''[[22nd Signal Brigade (United States)|22nd Signal Brigade (Corps)]]<ref name=":4" />'''<ref>{{Cite web |title=USAREUR Units & Kasernes, 1945 - 1989 |url=https://usarmygermany.com/Sont.htm?https&&&usarmygermany.com/Units/Signal/USAREUR_5thSigComd.htm |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=usarmygermany.com}}</ref>
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at McNair Kaserne, Frankfurt
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at McNair Kaserne, Frankfurt
*** [[17th Signal Battalion (United States)|17th Signal Battalion]] (Command Operations)
+
*** [[17th Signal Battalion (United States)|17th Signal Battalion]]
*** [[32nd Signal Battalion (United States)|32nd Signal Battalion]] (Corps Area)
+
*** [[32nd Signal Battalion (United States)|32nd Signal Battalion]]
*** [[440th Signal Battalion (United States)|440th Signal Battalion]] (Corps Area), at Crambrai Fritsch Kaserne, Darmstadt
+
*** [[440th Signal Battalion (United States)|440th Signal Battalion]], at Crambrai Fritsch Kaserne, Darmstadt
 
** [[File:205_MI_BDE_SSI.png|53x53px]] '''[[205th Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|205th Military Intelligence Brigade]]'''
 
** [[File:205_MI_BDE_SSI.png|53x53px]] '''[[205th Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|205th Military Intelligence Brigade]]'''
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment, at Creighton W. Abrams Complex, Frankfurt
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Creighton W. Abrams Complex, Frankfurt
 
*** [[1st Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|1st Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Aerial Exploitation), at [[Wiesbaden Air Base]]
 
*** [[1st Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|1st Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Aerial Exploitation), at [[Wiesbaden Air Base]]
 
**** A Company (Aerial Surveillance) (8 x [[Grumman OV-1 Mohawk|Grumman OV-1D ISR Aircraft]])
 
**** A Company (Aerial Surveillance) (8 x [[Grumman OV-1 Mohawk|Grumman OV-1D ISR Aircraft]])
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**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at [[Babenhausen Kaserne]], Hesse
 
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at [[Babenhausen Kaserne]], Hesse
 
**** 2nd Battalion, [[75th Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109 155mm]] Self-Propelled Howitzers)
 
**** 2nd Battalion, [[75th Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x [[M109 howitzer|M109 155mm]] Self-Propelled Howitzers)
**** 4th Battalion, [[18th Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x [[M110A2|M110A2 203mm]] Heavy Self-Propelled Guns)
+
**** 4th Battalion, [[18th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
**** 4th Battalion, [[77th Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x M110A2 203mm Heavy Self-Propelled Guns)
+
**** 4th Battalion, [[77th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
 
**** 1st Battalion, [[27th Field Artillery Regiment]] (27 x [[M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System|M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems]])
 
**** 1st Battalion, [[27th Field Artillery Regiment]] (27 x [[M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System|M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems]])
 
**** 1st Battalion, [[32nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (6 x [[MGM-52 Lance]] [[Short-range ballistic missile|Short-range Ballistic Missile Systems]])
 
**** 1st Battalion, [[32nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (6 x [[MGM-52 Lance]] [[Short-range ballistic missile|Short-range Ballistic Missile Systems]])
 
*** [[File:42nd_Field_Artillery_Brigade_emblem.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[42nd Field Artillery Brigade]]'''
 
*** [[File:42nd_Field_Artillery_Brigade_emblem.jpg|45x45px]] '''[[42nd Field Artillery Brigade]]'''
 
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
**** 5th Battalion, [[3rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|3rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x [[M110A2|M110A2 203mm]] Heavy Self-Propelled Guns)
+
**** 5th Battalion, [[3rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|3rd Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
**** 4th Battalion, [[7th Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x M110A2 203mm Heavy Self-Propelled Guns)
+
**** 4th Battalion, [[7th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
**** 2nd Battalion, [[20th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|20th Field Artillery Regiment]] (24 x M110A2 203mm Heavy Self-Propelled Guns)
+
**** 2nd Battalion, [[20th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|20th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
 
**** 2nd Battalion, [[32nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (6 x [[MGM-52 Lance]] [[Short-range ballistic missile|Short-range Ballistic Missile Systems]])
 
**** 2nd Battalion, [[32nd Field Artillery Regiment]] (6 x [[MGM-52 Lance]] [[Short-range ballistic missile|Short-range Ballistic Missile Systems]])
 
**** 3rd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery Regiment (6 x MGM-52 Lance Short-range Ballistic Missile Systems)
 
**** 3rd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery Regiment (6 x MGM-52 Lance Short-range Ballistic Missile Systems)
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*** 8th Battalion, [[158th Aviation Regiment (United States)|158th Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance; 4 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois|Bell UH-1H Iroquois]] Utility Helicopters)
 
*** 8th Battalion, [[158th Aviation Regiment (United States)|158th Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance; 4 x [[Bell UH-1 Iroquois|Bell UH-1H Iroquois]] Utility Helicopters)
 
*** [[68th Medical Group (United States)|68th Medical Group]]
 
*** [[68th Medical Group (United States)|68th Medical Group]]
  +
*** '''16th Corps Support Group'''<ref>{{Cite web |title=16th Sustainment Brigade |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0016sstbde.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
*** '''16th Corps Support Group'''
 
 
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Hutier Kaserne]], Hanau
 
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Hutier Kaserne]], Hanau
**** [[142nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion|142nd Supply & Services Battalion]], at Camp Pieri, Wiesbaden
+
**** [[142nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion|142nd Supply and Services Battalion]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=132d SUPPORT BATTALION {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0132sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>, at Camp Pieri, Wiesbaden
 
**** 8th Maintenance Battalion, at Grossauheim Kaserne, Hanau
 
**** 8th Maintenance Battalion, at Grossauheim Kaserne, Hanau
 
**** 19th Maintenance Battalion, at Pendleton Barracks, Gießen
 
**** 19th Maintenance Battalion, at Pendleton Barracks, Gießen
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* [[File:3rd_US_Armored_Division_SSI.svg|50x50px]] '''[[3rd Armored Division (United States)|3rd Armored Division]]'''
 
* [[File:3rd_US_Armored_Division_SSI.svg|50x50px]] '''[[3rd Armored Division (United States)|3rd Armored Division]]'''
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Drake Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Drake Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main
** [[143rd Signal Battalion]], at Edwards Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main
+
** 143rd Signal Battalion, at Edwards Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main<ref name=":4" />
 
** [[533rd Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Combat Electronic Warfare & Intelligence), at Michael Barracks, Frankfurt am Main
 
** [[533rd Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Combat Electronic Warfare & Intelligence), at Michael Barracks, Frankfurt am Main
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment|5th Air Defence Artillery Regiment]], at Armstrong Barracks, Büdingen (Air Defence; 24 x M163 Vulcan Self-Propelled anti-aircraft gun APCs; 12 x MIM-72 Chaparral Self-Propelled SAM systems; 72 x Stinger MANPADs)
 
** 3rd Battalion, [[5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment|5th Air Defence Artillery Regiment]], at Armstrong Barracks, Büdingen (Air Defence; 24 x M163 Vulcan Self-Propelled anti-aircraft gun APCs; 12 x MIM-72 Chaparral Self-Propelled SAM systems; 72 x Stinger MANPADs)
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** '''3rd Armored Division Support Command'''
 
** '''3rd Armored Division Support Command'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Edwards Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Edwards Kaserne, Frankfurt am Main
*** [[45th Support Battalion (United States)|45th Support Battalion]] (Forward), at Coleman Kaserne, Gelnhausen – supporting 2nd Brigade
+
*** [[45th Support Battalion (United States)|45th Support Battalion]], at Coleman Kaserne, Gelnhausen – supporting 2nd Brigade
*** [[54th Support Battalion (United States)|54th Support Battalion]] (Forward), at Ray Barracks, Friedberg – supporting 3rd Brigade
+
*** [[54th Support Battalion (United States)|54th Support Battalion]], at Ray Barracks, Friedberg – supporting 3rd Brigade
*** [[503rd Support Battalion (United States)|503rd Support Battalion]] (Forward), at Ayers Kaserne, Kirch-Göns – supporting 1st Brigade
+
*** [[503rd Support Battalion (United States)|503rd Support Battalion]], at Ayers Kaserne, Kirch-Göns – supporting 1st Brigade
*** [[122nd Support Battalion (United States)|122nd Support Battalion]] (Main), at Fliegerhorst Kaserne, Erlensee
+
*** [[122nd Support Battalion (United States)|122nd Support Battalion]], at Fliegerhorst Kaserne, Erlensee
 
*** I Company, 227th Aviation Regiment, at Fliegerhorst Kaserne, Erlensee (Aviation Maintenance; 2 x UH-1H Huey Helicopters)
 
*** I Company, 227th Aviation Regiment, at Fliegerhorst Kaserne, Erlensee (Aviation Maintenance; 2 x UH-1H Huey Helicopters)
 
** '''[[Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Armored Division|Aviation Brigade]]'''
 
** '''[[Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Armored Division|Aviation Brigade]]'''
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=== 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
=== 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
  +
[[File:M60A3_of_4-69_Armor_with_commander_using_binoculars_during_REFORGER_'85_DF-ST-85-13241.jpg|thumb|300x300px|M60A3 of 4-69 Armor (8th Infantry Division (Mechanized)) with commander using binoculars during REFORGER '85.]]
  +
The 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized) was reformed in 1950 as a training division based at [[Fort Jackson, South Carolina]] but in 1954 was reformed as a regular infantry division. In 1957 the division arrived in West Germany, initially on a temporary basis under [[Operation Gyroscope]], but eventually was decided to remain. After several moves, the division was centralised around [[Bad Kreuznach]] in the [[Rhineland-Palatinate]].<ref>Wilson, John B. (1997). ''Maneuver and Firepower: The Evolution of Divisions and Separate Brigades,'' Washington, DC: [[Center of Military History]], 245.</ref><ref>Wilson, 253; {{cite web |title=Table of Organization and Equipment Operation Gyroscope |url=http://www.fatherswar.com/8thinfdiv/50-60's/GYROSCOPE.html |access-date=2014-07-14 |publisher=Fatherswar.com}}</ref><ref>Wilson, 366-367.</ref> During OP Desert Storm, the division provided one each of an armored, a field artillery, air defense, and engineer battalions.<ref>http://www.fatherswar.com/8thinfdiv/70s90s/desert%20storm.html 8th Infantry Division</ref> On 17th January 1992, the division was incativated with some elements becoming part of the 1st Armored Division.<ref name="fatherswar.com2">http://www.fatherswar.com/8thinfdiv/70s90s/inactivation_orders.jpg Inactivation Orders</ref><ref>USArmyGermany.com</ref>
   
  +
* [[File:8th_Infantry_Division_patch.svg|69x69px]] '''[[8th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]''', at Rose Barracks, Bad Kreuznach; Major General [[David M. Maddox]] <small>[[Distinguished Service Medal (U.S. Army)|DSM]] [[Legion of Merit|LOM]] [[Bronze Star Medal|BSM]] [[Meritorious Service Medal (United States)|MSM]] [[Air Medal|AM]] [[National Defense Service Medal|NDSM]]</small> (from July 1989)
* '''[[8th Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]'''
 
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** '''[[8th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|8th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
  +
** 8th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
  +
** 108th Military Intelligence Battalion, at Camp Wildflecken, Wildflecken
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[59th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at McCully Barracks, Wackernheim
  +
** [[12th Engineer Battalion (United States)|12th Engineer Battalion]], at Anderson Barracks, Dexheim
  +
** 25th Chemical Company
  +
** 8th Military Police Company, at George C. Marshall Kaserne, Bad Kreuznach
  +
** 8th Infantry Division Band
  +
** [[File:1st_Bde_8th_Inf_Div_crest.jpg|60x60px]] '''1st Brigade''', at Lee Barracks, Mainz
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[34th Armor Regiment|34th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[68th Armor Regiment|68th Armored Regiment]], at Camp Wildflecken, Wildflecken (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[8th Infantry Regiment (United States)|8th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
** [[File:2nd_Bde_8th_Inf_Div_crest_1.jpg|64x64px]] '''2nd Brigade''', at Harold D. Smith Barracks, Baumholder
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[68th Armor Regiment|68th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[13th Infantry Regiment (United States)|13th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[39th Infantry Regiment (United States)|39th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
** [[File:3rd_Bde_8th_ID_crest.jpg|60x60px]] '''3rd Brigade''', at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 5th Battalion, [[68th Armor Regiment|68th Armored Regiment]], at Sullivan Barracks, Mannheim (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, [[77th Armor Regiment|77th Armored Regiment]], at Sullivan Barracks, Mannheim (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[8th Infantry Regiment (United States)|8th Infantry Regiment]] (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
  +
** '''8th Infantry Division Artillery'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Walter C. Wetzel Kaserne, Baumholder
  +
*** C Battery, [[333rd Field Artillery Regiment]], at Strassburg Kaserne, Idar-Oberstein (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[29th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery Regiment, at Strassburg Kaserne, Idar-Oberstein (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
*** C Battery, [[16th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Harold D. Smith Barracks, Baumholder (MLRS)
  +
** [[File:8th_Inf_Div_DISCOM.jpg|40x40px]] '''8th Infantry Division Support Command'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Rose Barracks, Bad Kreuznach
  +
*** 118th Support Battalion (Forward), at Lee Barracks, Mainz – supporting 1st Brigade
  +
*** 202nd Support Battalion (Forward), at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim – supporting 3rd Brigade
  +
*** 208th Support Battalion (Forward), at Harold D. Smith Barracks, Baumholder – supporting 2nd Brigade
  +
*** 708th Support Battalion (Main), at John W. Minick Kaserne, Bad Kreuznach
  +
*** I Company, [[4th Aviation Regiment (United States)|4th Aviation Regiment]], at Finthen Army Airfield, Mainz (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
** '''8th Aviation Brigade''', at Finthen Army Airfield, Mainz
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 3rd Squadron, [[7th Cavalry Regiment]], at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[4th Aviation Regiment (United States)|4th Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 4th Aviation Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** Task Force Skyhawk
  +
**** G Company, 4th Aviation Regiment (Command)
  +
**** H Company, 4th Aviation Regiment (Assault)
  +
  +
[[File:8th_US_Infantry_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Structure of the 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized) as it appeared in 1989]]
   
 
== VII Corps ==
 
== VII Corps ==
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** Commanding General, VII Corps ({{Rating|3}})
 
** Commanding General, VII Corps ({{Rating|3}})
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Kelley Barracks, [[Stuttgart]], [[Baden-Württemberg]]
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Kelley Barracks, [[Stuttgart]], [[Baden-Württemberg]]
** 93rd Signal Brigade (Corps)
+
** '''[[93rd Signal Brigade (United States)|93rd Signal Brigade (Corps)]]<ref name=":4" />'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** 207th Military Intelligence Brigade
 
  +
*** 26th Signal Battalion, in Heilbronn
  +
*** 34th Signal Battalion, in Ludwigsburg
  +
*** [[51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion|51st Signal Battalion]], at Nellingen Barracks
  +
** [[File:207MIBdeSSI.png|40x40px]] '''[[207th Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|207th Military Intelligence Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Coffey Barracks, Ludwigsburg
  +
*** [[2nd Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|2nd Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Aerial Exploitation), at Husterhöh Kaserne, Pirmasens
  +
**** 73rd Combat Intelligence Company (Aerial Surveillance), at Stuttgart Army Airfield
  +
**** 330th Electronic Warfare Aviation Company, at Stuttgart Army Airfield
  +
*** 307th Military Intelligence Battalion (Operations)
  +
*** 511th Military Intelligence Battalion (Tactical Evaluation)
  +
**** F Company, 51st Infantry Regiment (Long Range Surveillance)
 
** 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment
 
** 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment
 
** '''[[VII Corps Artillery (United States)|VII Corps Artillery]]''' ({{Rating|2}})<ref name=":2" />
 
** '''[[VII Corps Artillery (United States)|VII Corps Artillery]]''' ({{Rating|2}})<ref name=":2" />
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Sheridan Kaserne, Augsburg
*** [[17th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|'''17th Field Artillery Brigade''']]<ref name=":2" />
+
*** [[File:17FABdeSSI.jpg|45x45px]] [[17th Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|'''17th Field Artillery Brigade''']]<ref name=":2" />
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
+
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Sheridan Kaserne, Augsburg
*** [[72nd Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|72nd Field Artillery Brigade]]
+
**** 1st Battalion, [[18th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 1st Battalion, [[36th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Flak Kaserne, Augsburg (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
*** [[210th Field Artillery Brigade]]
 
  +
**** 2nd Battalion, [[77th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 4th Battalion, [[12th Field Artillery Regiment]], in McKee Barracks, Crailsheim (Field Artillery; with Lance mobile ballistic missiles)
  +
*** [[File:72nd_fa_bde_a.jpg|45x45px]] [[72nd Field Artillery Brigade (United States)|'''72nd Field Artillery Brigade''']]
  +
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Paden Barracks, Wertheim
  +
**** 2nd Battalion, [[14th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Warner Barracks, Bamberg (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 4th Battalion, 14th Field Artillery Regiment, at Warner Barracks, Bamberg (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 3rd Battalion, [[35th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 4th Battalion, [[27th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M270 227mm Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)
  +
**** 3rd Battalion, [[12th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Kiori Kaserne, Aschaffenburg (Field Artillery; with Lance mobile ballistic missiles)
  +
*** [[File:210FiresBdeSSI.jpg|40x40px]] [[210th Field Artillery Brigade|'''210th Field Artillery Brigade''']]
  +
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Herzo Artillery Base, Herzogenaurach
  +
**** 3rd Battalion, [[5th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Merrel Barracks, Nürnberg (Field Artillery; with M110A2 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 3rd Battalion, [[17th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Bleidorn Kaserne, Ansbach (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 5th Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
  +
**** 2nd Battalion, [[12th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with Lance mobile ballistic missiles)
 
** 7th Engineer Brigade
 
** 7th Engineer Brigade
 
** 2nd Corps Support Command
 
** 2nd Corps Support Command
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=== 1st Armored Division ===
 
=== 1st Armored Division ===
 
[[File:Defense.gov_News_Photo_050211-A-9866B-044.jpg|thumb|300x300px|U.S. Army soldiers with the 1st Armored Division drive a M-1A1 Abrams tank through a German town north of Frankfurt, Germany during an exercise.]]
 
[[File:Defense.gov_News_Photo_050211-A-9866B-044.jpg|thumb|300x300px|U.S. Army soldiers with the 1st Armored Division drive a M-1A1 Abrams tank through a German town north of Frankfurt, Germany during an exercise.]]
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[[File:In_a_Bradley_Fighting_Vehicle,_members_of_the_2nd_Platoon,_A_Co._4-12_Infantry,_2nd_Brigade,_1ST_Armored_Division,_Baumholder,_Germany,_depart_4-12_Headquarters_(Lodging_Area_Demi)_-_DPLA_-_e0e70206607fc4deffce38ee95d967a5.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|In a Bradley Fighting Vehicle, members of the 2nd Platoon, A Co. 4-12 Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 1ST Armored Division, Baumholder, Germany, depart 4-12 Headquarters (Lodging Area Demi).]]
   
 
* [[File:United_States_Army_1st_Armored_Division_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[1st Armored Division (United States)|1st Armored Division]]''', at [[Hindenburg Kaserne]], [[Ansbach]]
 
* [[File:United_States_Army_1st_Armored_Division_CSIB.svg|50x50px]] '''[[1st Armored Division (United States)|1st Armored Division]]''', at [[Hindenburg Kaserne]], [[Ansbach]]
 
** [[File:Headquarters_&_Headquarters_Battalion,_1st_Armored_Division_Insignia.png|40x40px]] Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
** [[File:Headquarters_&_Headquarters_Battalion,_1st_Armored_Division_Insignia.png|40x40px]] Headquarters & Headquarters Company
** [[141st Signal Battalion (United States)|141st Signal Battalion]], at Barton Barracks, Ansbach
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** [[141st Signal Battalion (United States)|141st Signal Battalion]], at Barton Barracks, Ansbach<ref name=":4" />
 
** [[501st Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|501st Military Intelligence Battalion]], at [[Katterbach Kaserne]], Nasbach
 
** [[501st Military Intelligence Battalion (United States)|501st Military Intelligence Battalion]], at [[Katterbach Kaserne]], Nasbach
** 2nd Battalion, [[59th Air Defense Artillery Regiment|59th Air Defence Artillery Regiment]], at O'Brien Barracks, Schwabach (24 x [[M163 VADS|M163 VADS Self-Propelled AA Gun APCs]], 12 x [[MIM-72 Chaparral|MIM-72 Chaparral Mobile SAM Systems]], and 72 x [[FIM-92 Stinger|FIM-92 Stinger MANPADS]])
+
** 2nd Battalion, [[59th Air Defense Artillery Regiment|59th Air Defence Artillery Regiment]], at O'Brien Barracks, Schwabach
 
** [[16th Engineer Battalion (United States)|16th Engineer Battalion]], at Johnson Barracks, Fürth
 
** [[16th Engineer Battalion (United States)|16th Engineer Battalion]], at Johnson Barracks, Fürth
 
** 69th Chemical Company, at Monteith Barracks, Fürth
 
** 69th Chemical Company, at Monteith Barracks, Fürth
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*** 7th Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized) (Mechanized; 70 x [[M113 armored personnel carrier|M113 APCs]]; 36 x [[Dragoon 300|Dragoon 300 AFVs]]; 12 x [[M901 ITV|M901 ITV Tank Destroyers]]; 6 x M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs)
 
*** 7th Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized) (Mechanized; 70 x [[M113 armored personnel carrier|M113 APCs]]; 36 x [[Dragoon 300|Dragoon 300 AFVs]]; 12 x [[M901 ITV|M901 ITV Tank Destroyers]]; 6 x M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs)
 
*** 1st Battalion, 54th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized) (Mechanized; 70 x M113 APCs; 36 x Dragoon 300 AFVs; 12 x M901 ITV Tank Destroyers; 6 x M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs)
 
*** 1st Battalion, 54th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized) (Mechanized; 70 x M113 APCs; 36 x Dragoon 300 AFVs; 12 x M901 ITV Tank Destroyers; 6 x M106A2 107mm Mortar APCs)
** [[File:1st_Armored_Division_Artillery_logo.png|40x40px]] [[1st Armored Division Artillery (United States)|'''1st Armored Division Artillery''']] "Bombards", at Pinder Barracks, [[Zirndorf]]
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** [[File:1st_Armored_Division_Artillery_logo.png|40x40px]] [[1st Armored Division Artillery (United States)|'''1st Armored Division Artillery''']], at Pinder Barracks, [[Zirndorf]]
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** B Battery, [[25th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
 
*** B Battery, [[25th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 1st Field Artillery Regiment, at Warner Barracks, Bamberg (SPG Artillery; 16 x M109A3 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzers)
 
*** 3rd Battalion, 1st Field Artillery Regiment, at Warner Barracks, Bamberg (SPG Artillery; 16 x M109A3 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzers)
 
*** 6th Battalion, 1st Field Artillery Regiment (SPG Artillery; 16 x M109A3 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzers)
 
*** 6th Battalion, 1st Field Artillery Regiment (SPG Artillery; 16 x M109A3 155mm Self-Propelled Howitzers)
*** A Battery, [[94th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Ferris Barracks, Erlangen (MLRS Artillery; 9 x [[M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System|M270 MLR Systems]])
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*** A Battery, [[94th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Ferris Barracks, Erlangen (MLRS Artillery; with 9 x [[M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System|M270 227mm MLR Systems]])
** [[File:1st_Armored_Division_Sustainment_Brigade,_1st_Armored_Division_Insignia.png|40x40px]] '''[[1st Armored Division Support Command]]''', at Monteith Barracks, Fürth
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** [[File:1st_Armored_Division_Sustainment_Brigade,_1st_Armored_Division_Insignia.png|40x40px]] '''[[1st Armored Division Sustainment Brigade|1st Armored Division Support Command]]''', at Monteith Barracks, Fürth
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
 
*** Division Management Center
 
*** Division Management Center
*** 47th Support Battalion (Forward), at Ferris Barracks, Erlangen – supporting 2nd Brigade
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*** 47th Support Battalion<ref>{{Cite web |title=47th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0047sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>, at Ferris Barracks, Erlangen – supporting 2nd Brigade
*** 125th Support Battalion (Forward), at Warner Barracks, Bamberg – supporting 3rd Brigade
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*** 125th Support Battalion, at Warner Barracks, Bamberg – supporting 3rd Brigade
*** 501st Support Battalion (Foward), at Rose Barracks, Vilseck – supporting 1st Brigade
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*** 501st Support Battalion<ref>{{Cite web |title=501st Support Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0501sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>, at Rose Barracks, Vilseck – supporting 1st Brigade
*** 123rd Support Battalion (Main), at Monteith Barracks, Fürth
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*** 123rd Support Battalion, at Monteith Barracks, Fürth
 
*** I Company, 1st Aviation Regiment (AVIM), at Katterbach Kaserne, Ansbach
 
*** I Company, 1st Aviation Regiment (AVIM), at Katterbach Kaserne, Ansbach
 
** [[File:1st_Armored_Division_Combat_Aviation_Brigade,_1st_Armored_Division_Insignia.jpg|42x42px]] [[Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Armored Division (United States)|'''Aviation Brigade''']], at [[Katterbach Kaserne]], [[Ansbach]]
 
** [[File:1st_Armored_Division_Combat_Aviation_Brigade,_1st_Armored_Division_Insignia.jpg|42x42px]] [[Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Armored Division (United States)|'''Aviation Brigade''']], at [[Katterbach Kaserne]], [[Ansbach]]
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=== 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
 
=== 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) ===
   
* '''[[3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]'''
+
* [[File:3rd_Infantry_Division_SSI_(1918-2015).svg|50x50px]] '''[[3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized)]]'''
  +
** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Leighton Barracks, Wüzburg
  +
** 123rd Signal Battalion, at Hindenburg Kaserne, [[Würzburg]]<ref name=":4" />
  +
** [[103rd Military Intelligence Battalion]]
  +
** 3rd Battalion, [[67th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Larson Barracks, Kitzingen (Air Defense; with Vulcan and Chaparral mobile SAM systems)
  +
** [[10th Engineer Battalion (United States)|10th Engineer Battalion]], at Larson Barracks, Kitzingen
  +
** 92nd Chemical Company, at Giebelstadt Army Airfield, Givelstadt
  +
** 3rd Military Police Company
  +
** 3rd Infantry Division
  +
** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Conn Barracks, Schweinfurt
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[64th Armor Regiment|64th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[30th Infantry Regiment (United States)|30th Infantry Regiment]], at Ledward Barracks, Schweinfurt (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, at Ledward Barracks, Schweinfurt (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
  +
** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division (United States)|2nd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Harvey Barracks, Kitzingen
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[63rd Armor Regiment|63rd Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[69th Armor Regiment|69th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[15th Infantry Regiment (United States)|15th Infantry Regiment]] (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
  +
** '''[[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division (United States)|3rd Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Ready Barracks, Aschaffenburg
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[66th Armor Regiment|66th Armored Regiment]] (Armored; with M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[7th Infantry Regiment (United States)|7th Infantry Regiment]], at Graves Barracks, Aschaffenburg (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, at Fiori Barracks, Aschaffenburg (Armored Infantry; with M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles)
 
** '''[[3rd Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|3rd Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[3rd Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|3rd Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Leighton Barracks, Würzburg
  +
*** A Battery, [[25th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Peden Barracks, Wertheim (Target Acquisition)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[41st Field Artillery Regiment]], at Daley Barracks, Bad Kissingen (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – supporting 3rd Brigade
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 41st Field Artillery Regiment, at Ledward Barracks, Schweinfurt (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – supporting 1st Brigade
  +
*** 6th Battalion, 41st Field Artillery Regiment, at Larson Barracks, Kitzingen (Field Artillery; with M109A3 155mm self-propelled howitzers) – supporting 2nd Brigade
  +
*** A Battery, [[76th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Warner Barracks, Bamberg (Field Artillery; with MLRS)
  +
** '''[[3rd Sustainment Brigade (United States)|3rd Infantry Division Support Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Larson Barracks, Kitzingen
  +
*** 3rd Support Battalion (Forward), at Conn Barracks, Schweinfurt – supporting 1st Brigade
  +
*** 26th Support Battalion (Forward), at Graves Barracks, Aschaffenburg – supporting 3rd Brigade
  +
*** 203rd Support Battalion (Forward), at Harvey Barracks, Kitzingen – supporting 2nd Brigade
  +
*** 703rd Support Battalion (Main), at Larson Barracks, Kitzingen
  +
*** I Company, [[3rd Aviation Regiment (United States)|3rd Aviation Regiment]], at Giebelstadt Army Airfield, Gibelstadt (Aviation Maintenance)
  +
** '''[[Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division|3rd Aviation Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Gibelstadt Army Airfield, Gibelstadt
  +
*** 4th Squadron, [[4th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|4th Cavalry Regiment]], at Ledward Barracks, Schweinfurt (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[3rd Aviation Regiment (United States)|3rd Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Attack)
  +
*** Task Force 23
  +
**** Headquarters & Headquarters and Service Company
  +
**** G Company, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Command)
  +
**** H Company, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Assault)
   
 
== 56th Field Artillery Command ==
 
== 56th Field Artillery Command ==
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* '''[[56th Field Artillery Command]]''' ({{Rating|2}})
 
* '''[[56th Field Artillery Command]]''' ({{Rating|2}})
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
+
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Bismark Kaserne, Schwäbisch Gmünd, West Berlin
  +
** [[38th Signal Battalion]]
  +
** 2nd Battalion, [[4th Infantry Regiment (United States)|4th Infantry Regiment]], at Nelson Barracks, Neu-Ulm
  +
** 1st Battalion, [[9th Field Artillery Regiment]], at Wiley Barracks, Neu-Ulm (Pershing Artillery)
  +
** 2nd Battalion, 9th Field Artillery Regiment, at Hardt Kaserne, Schwäbisch Gmünd (Pershing Artillery)
  +
** 4th Battalion, 9th Field Artillery Regiment, at Artillery Kaserne, Neckarsulm (Pershing Artillery)
  +
** [[55th Support Battalion]], at Nelson Barracks, Neu-Ulm
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** [[193rd Aviation Company]], at Cooke Barracks, Göppingen (8 x [[UH-1H Huey|Bell UH-1H Huey]] utility helicopters)
   
 
== 32nd Army Air Defense Command ==
 
== 32nd Army Air Defense Command ==
   
* '''[[32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command|32nd Army Air Defense Command]]'''
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* [[File:32aamdc.svg|53x53px]] '''[[32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command|32nd Army Air Defense Command]]'''
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Cambrai Fritsch Kaserne, Darmstadt, West Germany
** 10th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
 
** 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
+
** 11th Signal Battalion (Air Defense)<ref name=":4" />
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** 97th Signal Battalion, in Schwetzingen<ref name=":4" />
** 94th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
 
  +
** [[File:10aamdc.png|45x45px]] '''[[10th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''<ref>{{Cite web |title=Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History (CMH) |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/ada/0010aamdcom.htm |access-date=2022-05-06 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
** 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
 
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Ernst Ludwig Kaserne, Darmstadt
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*** 4th Battalion, [[3rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Giessen General Dépôt, Gießen (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Underwood Kaserne, Hanau (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[52nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Camp Wildflecken, Wildflecken (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
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** [[File:69ADABdeSSI.svg|44x44px]] '''[[69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Emery Barracks, Würzburg
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*** 6th Battalion, [[43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Shipton Barracks, Ansbach (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
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*** 8th Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, at Giebelstadt Army Airfield, Giebelstadt (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
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*** 6th Battalion, [[52nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[60th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at East Camp, Grafenwöhr (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
  +
** [[File:94thAAMDC.png|45x45px]] '''[[94th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at Kleber Kaserne, Kaiserslautern
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*** 1st Battalion, [[1st Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Neubruecke Hospital, Hoppstädten-Weiersbach (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Ramstein Air Base (Air Defense; with Chaparral and Vulcans)
  +
** [[File:108_ADA_BDE_SSI.svg|44x44px]] '''[[108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Kleber Kaserne, Kaiserslautern
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*** 1st Battalion, [[2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Spangdahlem Air Base (Air Defense; with Hawk mobile SAMs)
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*** 4th Battalion, [[7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Anderson Barracks, Dexheim (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, 7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, at Bitburg Air Base (Air Defense; with Patriot mobile SAMs)
  +
*** 5th Battalion, [[44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]], at Spangdahlem Air Base (Air Defense; with Chaparral and Vulcan mobile SAMs)
  +
** '''32nd Support Command (Air Defense)'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Taukkunen Barracks, Worms
  +
**** Materiel Management Center
  +
*** 10th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Support Element, at Ernst Ludwig Kaserne, Darmstadt
  +
*** 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Support Element, at Emery Barracks, Würzburg
  +
*** 94th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Support Element, at Kleber Kaserne, Kaiserslautern
  +
*** 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade Support Element, at Kleber Kaserne, Kaiserslautern
  +
*** 334th Ordnance Company, at Camp Wildflecken, Wildflecken
  +
*** 565th Ordnance Company, at Husterhoeh Kaserne, Pirmasens
  +
*** 569th Ordnance Company, at Emery Barracks, Würzburg
  +
*** 574th Ordnance Company, at East Camp, Grafenwöhr
  +
*** 576th Ordnance Company, at Neubrücke Hospital, Hoppstädten-Weiersbach
  +
*** 606th Ordnance Company, at Bitburg Air Base
  +
*** 611th Ordnance Company, at Miesau Ammunition Dépôt, Bruchmühlbach-Miesau
  +
*** 820th Ordnance Company, at Bitburg Air Base
  +
*** 19th Maintenance Company, at Birburg Air Base
  +
*** 57th Maintenance Company, at Giebelstadt Army Airfield, Giebelstadt
  +
*** 91st Maintenance Company, at Shipton Barracks, Ansbach
  +
*** 178th Maintenance Company, at Anderson Barracks, Dexheim
  +
*** 518th Maintenance Company, at Gießen General Dépôt, Gießen
  +
*** 549th Maintenance Company, at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern
  +
*** 555th Maintenance Company, at Underwood Kaserne, Hanau
  +
*** 247th Chemical Detachment, at Cambrai Fritsch Kaserne, Darmstadt
   
 
== 21st Theater Army Area Command ==
 
== 21st Theater Army Area Command ==
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* 5th Support Command
 
* 5th Support Command
 
= Army Central =
 
United States Army Central is responsible for overseeing army forces based in and operating in the [[Middle East]].
 
 
* '''United States Army Central'''
 
** Commanding General, United States Army Central ()
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort McPherson]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
 
   
 
= Army South =
 
= Army South =
United States Army South is responsible for overseeing the following regions: [[Caribbean]], [[Central America]], and [[South America]]. On 4 December 1986, the United States Army South was activated as a Major Army Command and the Army component of United States Southern Command, with headquarters at Building 95, Fort Clayton. [[Operation Just Cause]], the United States military action used to depose Panamanian dictator, General [[Manuel Antonio Noriega]], was officially conducted from 20 December 1989 to 31 January 1990. United States Army South Headquarters became the headquarters for [[Joint Task Force-South]], the headquarters designated to execute the operation. During the [[Panama Invasion]] the total troop numbers increased to 27,000. Of these, 13,000 were already stationed in Panama and 14,000 were flown in from the United States.<ref>[http://www.ojc.org/ Operation Just Cause<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
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United States Army South is responsible for overseeing the following regions: [[Caribbean]], [[Central America]], and [[South America]]. On 4 December 1986, the United States Army South was activated as a Major Army Command and the Army component of United States Southern Command, with headquarters at Building 95, Fort Clayton. [[Operation Just Cause]], the United States military action used to depose Panamanian dictator, General [[Manuel Antonio Noriega]], was officially conducted from 20 December 1989 to 31 January 1990. United States Army South Headquarters became the headquarters for [[Joint Task Force-South]], the headquarters designated to execute the operation. During the [[Panama Invasion]] the total troop numbers increased to 27,000. Of these, 13,000 were already stationed in Panama and 14,000 were flown in from the United States.<ref>[http://www.ojc.org/ Operation Just Cause<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref><ref>{{Cite web |title=U.S. ARMY SOUTH – A BRIEF HISTORY |url=https://www.arsouth.army.mil/About/History/ |access-date=2022-05-17 |website=www.arsouth.army.mil}}</ref>
   
 
* '''[[United States Army South]]'''
 
* '''[[United States Army South]]'''
** Commanding General, United States Army South ()
 
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Sam Houston]], [[Texas]]
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Sam Houston]], [[Texas]]
** [[193rd Infantry Brigade (United States)|193rd Infantry Brigade]] – ''responsible for the defence of the [[Panama Canal Zone]]''
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** [[File:193rdInfBde.jpg|47x47px]] [[193rd Infantry Brigade (United States)|'''193rd Infantry Brigade''']] – ''responsible for the defence of the [[Panama Canal Zone]]''
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Clayton]]
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Fort Clayton]]<ref name=":8" />
  +
*** 5th Battalion, [[87th Infantry Regiment (United States)|87th Infantry Regiment]] (Light Infantry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[508th Infantry Regiment (United States)|508th Infantry Regiment]] (Parachute Infantry)
  +
*** D Battery, [[320th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 59th Engineer Company (Sapper)
  +
*** [[519th Military Police Battalion]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[228th Aviation Regiment (United States)|228th Aviation Regiment]], at Fort Kobbe
   
 
= Army Western Command =
 
= Army Western Command =
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** [[Commanding General, United States Army Pacific|Commanding General, United States Army Western Command]] ({{Rating|3}}); Lieutenant General [[Charles W. Bagnal|Charles Wilson Bagnal]] (till July 1989), then Lieutenant General [[Claude M. Kicklighter|Claude Milton Kicklighter]] after
 
** [[Commanding General, United States Army Pacific|Commanding General, United States Army Western Command]] ({{Rating|3}}); Lieutenant General [[Charles W. Bagnal|Charles Wilson Bagnal]] (till July 1989), then Lieutenant General [[Claude M. Kicklighter|Claude Milton Kicklighter]] after
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, United States Army Western Command, at [[Fort Shafter]], [[Hawaii]]
 
** Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, United States Army Western Command, at [[Fort Shafter]], [[Hawaii]]
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** 1st Battalion, [[487th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Hawaii National Guard)
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** '''[[1st Signal Brigade (United States)|1st Signal Brigade]]''', in Seoul, South Korea<ref name=":8" />'''<ref name=":4" /><ref name=":5" />'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 36th Signal Battalion, in [[Taegu]]
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*** 41st Signal Battalion
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*** 304th Signal Battalion
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** [[File:516th_Signal_Brigade_(US_Army)_shoulder_sleeve_insignia.gif|45x45px]] '''[[1106th Signal Brigade (United States)|1106th Signal Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Shafter, Hawaii<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=wig8ZeG9n7QC&pg=RA1-PT1&dq=%221106th+Signal+Brigade%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwilqd-areT3AhVRkokEHXA1D1YQ6AF6BAgJEAI#v=onepage&q=%221106th%20Signal%20Brigade%22&f=false |title=Soldiers |date=1991 |publisher=Department of the Army |language=en}}</ref>
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** [[File:500MIBdeSSI.jpg|60x60px]] '''[[500th Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|500th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at Camp Zama, Japan<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=buq5AAAAIAAJ&pg=PT22&dq=%221106th+Signal+Brigade%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwilqd-areT3AhVRkokEHXA1D1YQ6AF6BAgHEAI#v=onepage&q=%221106th%20Signal%20Brigade%22&f=false |title=Asia Pacific Defense Forum |date=1990 |publisher=Commander ofthe U.S. Pacific Command |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** [[File:297th_infantryCOA.png|63x63px]] '''[[207th Infantry Group|207th Alaska Infantry Group (Scout)]]''' – brigade (Alaska NG) – <small>technically a cavalry brigade, infantry organised in light configuration tasked with arctic warfare and patrols; mounted in humvees and light vehicles</small><ref name="Goldsmith">{{cite web |last1=Goldsmith |first1=Scott |title=Alaska National Guard Long-Range Planning Study Employment-Population-Education Projection |url=https://pubs.iseralaska.org/media/6df6c51c-1a1c-469c-ba21-a21ba7f52ae3/1988-National_Guard.pdf |publisher=Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska Anchorage for the Alaska National Guard |accessdate=2 July 2020}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web |date=1989-09-28 |title=The members of Co. C, 2nd Bn., 297th Infantry Group (Scout), Alaska National Guard, gathers for a group photograph following exercise Kernal Potlatch '89 |url=https://nara.getarchive.net/media/the-members-of-co-c-2nd-bn-297th-infantry-group-scout-alaska-national-guard-0c36f6 |access-date=2022-05-16 |website=The U.S. National Archives |language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web |last=Osborn |first=Lt Col, David W. |date=3 May 2004 |title=The Alaska Army National Guard: Contributions to U.S. National Security Strategy |url=https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=451046 |access-date=16 May 2022 |website=Department of Homeland Security – Digital Library |location=U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, United States of America |format=PDF}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=KHaby971kn8C&pg=RA8-PA15&dq=207th+Infantry+Group+(Scout)&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi66YfbouT3AhVnTd8KHTw_C8cQ6AF6BAgJEAI#v=onepage&q=207th%20Infantry%20Group%20(Scout)&f=false |title=Infantry |date=1981 |publisher=U.S. Army Infantry School |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Group Headquarters, at Camp Denali, [[Anchorage, Alaska]]<ref name=":9">{{Cite web |title=National Guard > Leadership > Joint Staff > Special Staff > Senior Leader Management Office > General Officer Management > bio-show |url=https://www.nationalguard.mil/Leadership/Joint-Staff/Special-Staff/Senior-Leader-Management-Office/General-Officer-Management/bio-show/1749/ |access-date=2022-05-16 |website=www.nationalguard.mil}}</ref>
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*** 1st Battalion, [[297th Infantry Regiment (United States)|297th Infantry Regiment]], in [[Nome, Alaska|Nome]] (Scout Infantry; with Humvees)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment, in [[Bethel, Alaska|Bethel]] (Scout Infantry; with Humvees)
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*** 3rd Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment, in [[Kotzebue, Alaska|Kotzebue]] (Scout Infantry; with Humvees)
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*** 4th Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment, in [[Juneau, Alaska|Juneau]] (Scout Infantry; with Humvees)
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*** [[297th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|5th Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment]], in Anchorage<ref name=":9" /> (Scout Infantry; with Humvees)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[207th Aviation Regiment (United States)|207th Aviation Regiment]]
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** [[File:45th_Sustainment_Brigade_SSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[45th Sustainment Brigade|45th Support Group]]''', at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii<ref name=":8" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment
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*** 29th Engineer Battalion (Topographic)
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*** 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy)
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*** 124th Transportation Battalion
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*** 7th Maintenance Battalion
  +
*** 125th Finance Battalion
  +
  +
=== 6th Infantry Division (Light) ===
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[[File:A_Soldier_from_the_6th_Infantry_Battalion,_327th_Infantry_Regiment,_6th_Infantry_Division_(Light),_operates_a_snowmobile_during_Exercise_BRIM_FROST'87_-_DPLA_-_047fdce9e86837ce3a1c6f47b885ad45.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|A Soldier from the 6th Infantry Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 6th Infantry Division (Light), operates a snowmobile during Exercise BRIM FROST'87.]]
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[[File:Members_of_Company_C,_6th_Battalion,_327th_Infantry,_6th_Infantry_Division_(Light)_disembark_from_a_C-130_Hercules_aircraft_during_a_combined_arms_live_fire_exercise_(CALFEX)_-_DPLA_-_8072fb30d3cbecf589cffade896ab5c9.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|Members of Company C, 6th Battalion, 327th Infantry, 6th Infantry Division (Light) disembark from a C-130 Hercules aircraft during a combined arms live fire exercise (CALFEX).]]
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The 6th Infantry Division transferred to Western Command on 1st October 1989, before that it formed part of I Corps.
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* [[File:6th_Infantry_Division.svg|59x59px]] '''[[6th Infantry Division (Light)]]''', at Fort Richardson, Alaska
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** Divisional Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 6th Signal Battalion
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** 106th Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 1st Battalion, [[188th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]] (North Dakota NG)
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** 6th Engineer Battalion
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** 6th Chemical Company
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** 6th Military Police Company
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** 6th Infantry Division Band
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** '''1st Brigade''', at Fort Richardson, Alaska
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
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*** 6th Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment (Alaska National Guard; Light Infantry)
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*** 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry Regiment (Parachute Infantry)
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** '''2nd Brigade''', at Fort Wainwright, Alaska
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
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*** 5th Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment (Light Infantry)
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** [[File:205thInfantryBrigade.svg|47x47px]] '''[[205th Infantry Brigade (United States)|205th Infantry Brigade]]''', at Fort Snelling, Minnesota (Army Reserve – attached)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** Brigade Cavalry Troop
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)|3rd Infantry Regiment]], in Saint Paul (Light Infantry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[409th Infantry Regiment (United States)|409th Infantry Regiment]], in Saint Cloud (Light Infantry)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[410th Infantry Regiment (United States)|410th Infantry Regiment]], in Iowa City, Iowa (Iowa NG; Light Infantry)
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*** 3rd Battalion, [[14th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Sioux City, Iowa (Iowa NG; M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 492nd Engineer Company, in Mankato
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*** Brigade Support Battalion
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** '''[[6th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|6th Infantry Division Artillery]]''' – reactivated 16th January 1989
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** G Battery, 11th Field Artillery Regiment (Target Acquisition)
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*** 4th Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment (M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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*** 5th Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment (M101 105mm towed howitzers)
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** '''6th Infantry Division Support Command'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 6th Supply and Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 706th Maintenance Battalion
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*** 6th Medical Battalion
  +
*** 431st Aviation Maintenance Company (Army Reserve)
  +
** '''[[6th Combat Aviation Brigade (United States)|6th Combat Aviation Brigade]]''', at Fort Wainwright, Alaska
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 4th Squadron, [[9th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|9th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, [[123rd Aviation Regiment (United States)|123rd Aviation Regiment]], at Fort Snelling, Minnesota (Army Reserve; Attack)
  +
*** 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment (Support)
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**** B Company, at Fort Richardson, Alaska
  +
  +
[[File:6th_US_Infantry_Division_1989.png|center|thumb|800x800px|Graphic representing the structure of the 6th Infantry Division (Light) as it appeared in 1989.]]
   
 
=== 25th Infantry Division (Light) ===
 
=== 25th Infantry Division (Light) ===
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In March 1972, the 25th Infantry Division was reactivated as a light infantry division and tasked with providing army forces in the Pacific. In 1985, the division was reorganised as part of the new 'light division' concept, and its infantry dropped armour in favour of light vehicles including Humvees. By 1988, the division had the Hawaii Army National Guard's 29th Infantry Brigade join as the 4th brigade, and the division consequently became the army's dedicated Pacific and jungle-warfare formation.
   
* '''[[25th Infantry Division (Light)]]''', at [[Fort Shafter]], Hawaii
+
* [[File:25th_Infantry_Division_CSIB.svg|70x70px]] '''[[25th Infantry Division (Light)]]''', at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 125th Signal Battalion<ref name=":4" />
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** 125th Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 1st Battalion, [[62nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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** [[65th Brigade Engineer Battalion|65th Engineer Battalion]]
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** 71st Chemical Company
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** 25th Military Police Company
  +
** [[25th Infantry Division Band]]
  +
** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division (United States)|1st Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 5th Battalion, [[14th Infantry Regiment (United States)|14th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[21st Infantry Regiment (United States)|21st Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[27th Infantry Regiment (United States)|27th Infantry Regiment]]
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** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division (United States)|2nd Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[14th Infantry Regiment (United States)|14th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[21st Infantry Regiment (United States)|21st Infantry Regiment]]
  +
*** 4th Battalion, [[22nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|22nd Infantry Regiment]]
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** '''[[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division (United States)|3rd Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, [[22nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|22nd Infantry Regiment]]
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*** 4th Battalion, [[27th Infantry Regiment (United States)|27th Infantry Regiment]]
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*** 4th Battalion, [[87th Infantry Regiment (United States)|87th Infantry Regiment]]
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** [[File:29th_Infantry_Brigade_SSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[29th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (United States)|29th Infantry Brigade]]''' (Hawaii NG – attached)
  +
*** Brigade Headquarters, in Honolulu, Hawaii
  +
*** E Troop, [[19th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|19th Cavalry Regiment]], in Wahiawa
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*** 1st Battalion, [[299th Cavalry Regiment (United States)|299th Infantry Regiment]], in Wailuku
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 299th Infantry Regiment, in Hilo
  +
*** [[100th Infantry Battalion (United States)|100th Battalion]], [[442nd Infantry Regiment (United States)|442nd Infantry Regiment]], at Fort Derussy (Army Reserve – attached)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[487th Field Artillery Regiment]], in Honolulu (24 x M102 105mm towed howitzer)
  +
*** 227th Engineer Company, in Pearl City
 
** '''[[25th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|25th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[25th Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|25th Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
 
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
  +
*** 3rd Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 1st Battalion, 8th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 7th Battalion, 8th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment
  +
*** F Battery, 7th Field Artillery Regiment (155mm)
  +
** '''[[25th Sustainment Brigade|25th Infantry Division Support Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 25th Supply and Transportation Battalion
  +
*** 325th Support Battalion, at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii<ref>{{Cite web |title=325th Support Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0325sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 725th Maintenance Battalion, at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii<ref>{{Cite web |title=725th Support Battalion {{!}} Lineage and Honors {{!}} U.S. Army Center of Military History |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0725sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 25th Medical Battalion, at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii<ref>{{Cite web |title=325th Support Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0325sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-04 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** H Company, 25th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
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** '''[[25th Combat Aviation Brigade|25th Aviation Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 5th Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment (Air Cavalry)
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*** 1st Battalion, 25th Aviation Regiment (Attack)
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*** F Company, 25th Aviation Regiment (Reconnaissance)
  +
*** G Company, 25th Aviation Regiment (Support)
   
  +
=== IX Corps (Augmentation) (Hawaii) ===
== 8th Army ==
 
   
* '''8th Army'''
+
== Eighth Army ==
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** 19th Support Command
 
  +
* '''Eighth Army'''
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** '''[[19th Support Command]]''', in Taegu, South Korea<ref name=":8" />
 
** 8th Military Police Brigade
 
** 8th Military Police Brigade
 
** 17th Aviation Brigade
 
** 17th Aviation Brigade
   
 
=== 2nd Infantry Division ===
 
=== 2nd Infantry Division ===
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[[File:Soldiers_from_2-72_Armor,_2nd_Battalion,_2nd_Infantry_Division,_Camp_Casey,_use_an_M88_Recovery_Vehicle_to_bulldoze_debris_after_flood_waters_subsided_-_DPLA_-_2505a0c61653a39eb074d56befbd0998.jpeg|thumb|300x300px|Soldiers from 2-72 Armor, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Casey, use an M88 Recovery Vehicle to bulldoze debris after flood waters subsided.]]
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[[File:DA-SC-87-04680.jpg|thumb|300x300px|An M-48 Chaparal missile system of Company A, 1st Battalion, 62nd Air Defense Artillery, 25th Infantry Division, is shown to Soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division, Japanese Self Defense Force, during the joint US/Japanese Exercise ORIENT SHIELD '85.]]
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The 2nd Infantry Division had a unique organisation and thus had no subtitle representing its role. The division comprised two under-strength mechanised brigades and an airmobile brigade alongside an over strength artillery brigade.
   
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* [[File:2nd-infantry-division-united-states-army-shoulder-indian-army.png|50x50px]] '''[[2nd Infantry Division (United States)|2nd Infantry Division]]''', at Camp Casey, South Korea<ref name=":8" />
* '''2nd Infantry Division'''
 
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** Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** [[122d Signal Battalion|122nd Signal Battalion]]<ref name=":4" />
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** 102nd Military Intelligence Battalion
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** 5th Battalion, [[5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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** [[2nd Engineer Battalion (United States)|2nd Engineer Battalion]]
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** 4th Chemical Company
  +
** 2nd Military Police Company
  +
** [[2nd Infantry Division Band]]
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** '''[[1st Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division|1st Brigade]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, [[72nd Armor Regiment|72nd Armored Regiment]]
  +
*** 5th Battalion, [[20th Infantry Regiment (United States)|20th Infantry Regiment]]
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** '''[[2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division|2nd Brigade]]''', at [[Camp Howze, South Korea]]
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 72nd Armored Regiment
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[5th Infantry Regiment (United States)|5th Infantry Regiment]]
  +
** '''[[3rd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division|3rd Brigade]]''', at [[Camp Hovey|Camp Hovey, South Korea]] – ''air assault formation''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[503rd Infantry Regiment (United States)|503rd Infantry Regiment]] (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment (Air Assault Infantry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[506th Infantry Regiment (United States)|506th Infantry Regiment]] (Air Assault Infantry)
 
** '''[[2nd Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|2nd Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
 
** '''[[2nd Infantry Division Artillery (United States)|2nd Infantry Division Artillery]]'''
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
+
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, at [[Camp Stanley|Camp Stanley, South Korea]]
*** 6th Battalion, [[37th Field Artillery Regiment]] (MLRS)'''<ref name=":2" />'''
+
*** F Battery, [[26th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|26th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Target Acquisition)
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*** 1st Battalion, [[4th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 8th Battalion, [[8th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[15th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)|15th Field Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 6th Battalion, [[37th Field Artillery Regiment]]
  +
*** C Battery, [[94th Field Artillery Regiment]] (Field Artillery; with M270 227mm Multiple Launch Rocket Systems)
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*** B Battery, 6th Battalion, [[32nd Field Artillery Regiment]]
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** '''[[2nd Infantry Division/ROK-US Combined Division Sustainment Brigade|2nd Infantry Division Support Command]]'''
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 2nd Supply and Transportation Battalion
  +
*** [[296th Brigade Support Battalion|296th Support Battalion]]<ref>{{Cite web |title=296th Support Battalion |url=https://history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/spt/0296sptbn.htm |access-date=2022-05-23 |website=history.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** 702nd Maintenance Battalion
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*** C Company, [[2nd Aviation Regiment (United States)|2nd Aviation Regiment]] (Aviation Maintenance)
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*** 2nd Medical Battalion
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** '''[[2nd Combat Aviation Brigade|4th Brigade (Aviation)]]''', at [[Camp Stanley|Camp Stanley, South Korea]]
  +
*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 5th Squadron, [[17th Cavalry Regiment]] (Air Cavalry)
  +
*** 1st Battalion, [[2nd Aviation Regiment (United States)|2nd Aviation Regiment]] (Attack)
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*** 2nd Battalion, 2nd Aviation Regiment (Support)
   
 
== IX Corps ==
 
== IX Corps ==
  +
IX Corps was a forward-based element of the U.S. Army in the Pacific, and would presumably take control of the two divisions in Western Command (6th (Light) and 25th (Light)) if mobilised. The Corps was also tasked with overseeing U.S. Army Japan (joint-command), and overseeing Reserve Components in Hawaii. <ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=8zhEAQAAIAAJ&pg=RA9-PA335&dq=%22Sixth+United+States+Army%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjK-puH4ub3AhVbpIkEHTxhAeA4ChDoAXoECAgQAg#v=onepage&q&f=false |title=Army |date=1985 |publisher=Association of the United States Army |language=en}}</ref> The Corps was activated on 22nd December 1965, and later inactivated on 15th November 1995 as part of the post-Cold War reductions.
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* [[File:US_IX_Corps_SSI.png|40x40px]] [[IX Corps (United States)|'''IX Corps''']]
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at [[Torii Station|Torii Station, Okinawa]], State of Japan
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** 10th Area Support Group
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= Training and Doctrine Command =
  +
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* '''Training and Doctrine Command'''
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** '''United States Army Signal School'''<ref name=":5" />
  +
*** '''[[15th Signal Brigade (United States)|15th Signal Brigade]]''', at Fort Gordon, Georgia
  +
**** Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment
  +
**** 369th Signal Battalion
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**** 442nd Signal Battalion
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**** 551st Signal Battalion
  +
  +
= Separate Commands =
  +
  +
== Army Information Systems Command ==
  +
  +
* '''[[Army Information Systems Command]]''', at [[Fort Huachuca|Fort Huachuca, Arizona]]<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":5" />
  +
** '''[[106th Signal Brigade (United States)|106th Signal Brigade]]''', in Corozal, Panama<ref name=":5" /><ref name=":6" />
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*** 154th Signal Battalion<ref name=":6" />
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** '''[[1108th Signal Brigade]]''', at Fort Richie, Maryland<ref name=":5" /><ref>{{Cite web |title=1108th Signal Brigade |url=https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/agency/army/1108sig.htm |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=www.globalsecurity.org}}</ref>
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*** 1110th Signal Battalion
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*** 1111th Signal Battalion<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=XR4E4azHr1MC&pg=PA11436&dq=%221108th+Signal+Brigade%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjG9Iu_lNj3AhUohOAKHTe_A08Q6AF6BAgFEAI#v=onepage&q=%221108th%20Signal%20Brigade%22&f=false |title=Federal Register |date=1995-03 |publisher=Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Northeast Telecommunications Switching Center
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** 55th Signal Company (COMCAM), at Fort Meade, Maryland
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=== 5th Signal Command (Europe) ===
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The 5th Signal Command's mission was to operate and maintain the U.S. Army's portion of the [[Defense Communications System]]; to provide all Army tactical communications at echelons above corps (EAC) level in Europe. The command's area of responsibility by 1982 included over 400 different sites in seven countries stretching from the United Kingdom in the north to Turkey and Saudi Arabia in the south. In 1982, the command's strength stood at 400 officers, 100 warrant officers, 8,000 enlisted men, 125 Department of Army Civilians, and 1,670 local nationals. The 2nd and 160th Signal Brigades provided base communications support while the 7th Signal Brigade provided tactical communications support and the 59th provided air traffic control support.
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* [[File:005-Signal-Command-SSI.png|67x67px]] '''[[5th Signal Command (United States)|5th Signal Command]]''', at Taukkunen Barracks, Worms, West Germany<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":4" /><ref>{{Cite web |title=USAREUR Units & Kasernes, 1945 - 1989 |url=https://usarmygermany.com/Sont.htm?https&&&usarmygermany.com/Units/Signal/USAREUR_5thSigComd.htm |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=usarmygermany.com}}</ref>
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** [[63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion|63rd Signal Battalion]], in Worms
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** 59th Signal Battalion, at Camp Darby, Italy (Air Traffic Control)
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** 6981st Labour Service Signal Construction Group, in Kaiserslautern
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** 14th Aviation Unit, in Schwäbisch Hall
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** Communications-Electronics Engineering Installation Agency – Europe
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** Theater Communications Security Logistics Support Center
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** Area Maintenance and Supply Facility
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** [[File:2SigBde_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[2d Signal Brigade (United States)|2nd Signal Brigade]]''', in Mannheim<ref>{{Cite web |title=USAREUR Units & Kasernes, 1945 - 1989 |url=https://usarmygermany.com/Sont.htm?https&&&usarmygermany.com/Units/Signal/USAREUR_5thSigComd.htm |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=usarmygermany.com}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 39th Signal Battalion, in Bremerhaven
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*** 102nd Signal Battalion, in Frankfurt
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*** 73rd Signal Battalion, in Pirmasens
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**** Satellite Communications Detachment – Europe, in Landstuhl
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** [[File:7SigBdeSSI.svg|45x45px]] '''[[7th Signal Brigade (United States)|7th Signal Brigade]]''', at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim<ref>{{Cite web |title=USAREUR Units & Kasernes, 1945 - 1989 |url=https://usarmygermany.com/Sont.htm?https&&&usarmygermany.com/Units/Signal/USAREUR_5thSigComd.htm |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=usarmygermany.com}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Signal Battalion, at Kleber Barracks, Kaiserslautern
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*** 26th Signal Battalion, in Wharton Barracks, Heilbronn
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*** 72nd Signal Battalion (Command)
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*** [[440th Signal Battalion (United States)|440th Signal Battalion]], in Darmstadt
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** [[File:160SignalBdeSSI.png|45x45px]] '''[[160th Signal Brigade (United States)|160th Signal Brigade]]''', in Karlsruhe<ref>{{Cite web |title=USAREUR Units & Kasernes, 1945 - 1989 |url=https://usarmygermany.com/Sont.htm?https&&&usarmygermany.com/Units/Signal/USAREUR_5thSigComd.htm |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=usarmygermany.com}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 43rd Signal Battalion, in Heidelberg
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*** 52nd Signal Battalion, in Vaihingen
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*** 69th Signal Battalion, in Augsburg
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=== 7th Signal Command (CONUS) ===
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The 7th Signal Command was tasked to oversee and support all CONUS (Continental United States) signal operations, complementing 5th Signal Command in Europe and 6th Signal Command in the Pacific. The command provided communications, automation, visual information, printing and publications, and records management services to CONUS units.<ref name=":7">{{Cite web |title=7th Signal Command (Theater) |url=https://www.army.mil/7thSigCmd |access-date=2022-05-11 |website=www.army.mil |language=en}}</ref> The Command had operational control over two brigades; 11th (providing communications for the West), and the 35th (providing communications for the East). The command exercised administrative control for the signal units supporting I, III, and XVIII Corps and their component signal units.
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* '''[[7th Signal Command (United States)|7th Signal Command]]''', at [[Fort Ritchie, Maryland]]<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":4" /><ref name=":7" />
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 33rd Signal Battalion, at Fort Richardson, Alaska
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** [[67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion|67th Signal Battalion]], at Fort Gordon, Georgia
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** Communications-Electronics Engineering Installation Agency Battalion, at Fort Huachuca, Arizona
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** East Coast Tactical Communications Center, at Fort Detrick, Marylnad
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** Joint Communications Support Element, at McDill Air Base Base, Florida
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** '''[[11th Signal Brigade (United States)|11th Signal Brigade]]''', at Fort Huachuca, Arizona<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":5" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 40th Signal Battalion
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*** [[86th Expeditionary Signal Battalion|86th Signal Battalion]]
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** '''[[35th Signal Brigade (United States)|35th Signal Brigade]]''', at Fort Bragg, North Carolina<ref name=":8" /><ref name=":5" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** [[25th Signal Battalion (United States)|25th Signal Battalion]]
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*** [[327th Signal Battalion (United States)|327th Signal Battalion]]
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=== 261st Signal Command ===
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The 261st Signal Command is part of the Delaware Army National Guard.
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* '''[[261st signal brigade|261st Signal Command]]''' (Delaware NG)<ref name=":6" />
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Dover, Delaware
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** [[198th Signal Battalion (United States)|198th Signal Battalion]], in Wilmington
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** 280th Signal Battalion, in Georgetown (Delaware, Connecticut, and Rhode Island NGs)
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=== 335th Signal Command ===
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The 335th Signal Command is part of the Army Reserve.
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* '''335th Signal Command''', in East Point, Georgia<ref name=":4" /><ref name=":6" />
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** 324th Signal Battalion
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** 447th Signal Battalion
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== Army Intelligence & Security Command ==
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* [[File:INSCOM.svg|59x59px]] '''[[United States Army Intelligence and Security Command|Army Intelligence and Security Command]]'''
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** United States Army Special Security Group
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** United States Army Foreign Counterintelligence Activity
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** United States Army Field Support Center
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** United States Army Operational Group
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** United States Army Cryptologic Support Group
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** United States Army Russian Institute
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** United States Army Field Station, Berlin
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** United States Army Field Station, Sinop
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** [[File:66MIBdeSSI.png|46x46px]] '''[[66th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at McGraw Kaserne, München, West Germany
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 18th Military Intelligence Battalion (Interrogation & Exploitation)
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*** 204th Military Intelligence Battalion (Signal Intelligence), at Flak Kaserne, Augsburg
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*** 430th Military Intelligence Battalion (Human Intelligence)
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*** [[527th Military Intelligence Battalion]] (Counterintelligence), in Kaiserslautern
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*** 584th Military Intelligence Detachment, at Caserma Ederle, Vicenza, Republic of Italy
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*** 766th Military Intelligence Detachment, at Andrews Barracks, West Berlin
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*** Imagery and Analysis Battalion (Provisional), at Schierstein Compound, Wiesbaden
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*** Special Operations Group (Unit WW), in München
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** [[File:470_MI_BDE_SSI.jpg|60x60px]] '''[[470th Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|470th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at [[Fort Sam Houston]], Texas
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** [[File:501_MI_BDE_SSI.png|60x60px]] '''[[501st Military Intelligence Brigade (United States)|501st Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at [[Camp Humphreys|Camp Humphreys, Republic of South Korea]]
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion
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** [[File:US_Army_INSCOM_DUI.png|47x47px]] '''[[701st Military Intelligence Brigade|701st Military Intelligence Brigade & Field Station Augsburg]]''', at Sheridan Kaserne, Augsburg, West Germany
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 711th Military Intelligence Battalion (Support)
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*** 712th Military Intelligence Battalion (Operations)
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**** Detachment Athens (AUTOVON), at Mount Pateras Radio Relay Station, [[Megara, Greece]]
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*** 713th Military Intelligence Battalion (Operations)
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*** 714th Military Intelligence Battalion (Operations)
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** [[File:704MIBdeSSI.jpg|40x40px]] '''[[704th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at [[Fort George G. Meade|Fort George G. Meade, Maryland]]
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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**** Detachment, at [[RAF Menwith Hill]]
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*** 338th Military Intelligence Battalion
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*** 743rd Military Intelligence Battalion (Provisional)
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** [[File:902_MI_Group_SSI.jpg|50x50px]] [[902nd Military Intelligence Group (United States)|'''902nd Military Intelligence Group''']], at [[Fort George G. Meade|Fort George G. Meade, Maryland]]
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== Special Operations Command ==
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United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) is a three-star command established on 1st December 1989 as part of the expansion of the Special Forces under President Ronald Reagan. The command was organised as follows in 1989:<ref name=":8" />
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=== 1st Special Operations Command ===
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* [[File:United_States_Army_Special_Forces_SSI_(1958-2015).png|77x77px]] '''[[1st Special Forces Command (Airborne)|1st Special Operations Command]]''' ({{Rating|2}})<ref name=":8" />
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** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Bragg, North Carolina<ref name=":8" />
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** 112th Special Operations Signal Battalion
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** [[389th Military Intelligence Battalion|389th Military Intelligence Company]]
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** 528th Support Battalion
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** [[File:1sfg.svg|50x50px]] '''[[1st Special Forces Group (Airborne)]]''', at Fort Lewis, Washington<ref name=":8" /> – focused on the Pacific
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, at [[Torii Station|Torii Station, Okinawa]]
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*** 2nd Battalion
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*** 3rd Battalion
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*** Group Support Company
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** [[File:5SFG_flash.gif|48x48px]] '''[[5th Special Forces Group (Airborne)]]''', at Fort Bragg, North Carolina<ref name=":8" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion
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*** 2nd Battalion
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*** 3rd Battalion
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*** Group Support Company
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** [[File:7th_Special_Forces_Group.svg|48x48px]] '''[[7th Special Forces Group (United States)|7th Special Forces Group (Airborne)]]''', at Fort Bragg, North Carolina<ref name=":8" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion
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*** 2nd Battalion
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*** 3rd Battalion
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*** Group Support Company
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** [[File:USA_-_10th_Special_Forces_Flash.svg|48x48px]] '''[[10th Special Forces Group (Airborne)]]''', at Fort Devens, Massachusetts<ref name=":8" />
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Battalion, at Panzer Kaserne, Stuttgart
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*** 2nd Battalion
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*** 3rd Battalion
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*** Group Support Company
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** [[File:19sfg.png|48x48px]] '''[[19th Special Forces Group|19th Special Forces Group (Airborne)]]''' (National Guard)
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*** Headquarters and Headquarters Company ([[Utah Army National Guard|UT ARNG]]) - [[Camp Williams|Camp W.G. Williams]], [[Riverton, Utah]]
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*** 1st Battalion
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**** Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment (UT ARNG) - Camp W.G. Williams, Riverton, Utah
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**** Company A ([[Washington Army National Guard|WA ARNG]]) - Buckley Armory, [[Buckley, Washington]]
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**** Company B (UT ARNG) - Camp W.G. Williams, Riverton, Utah
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**** Company C ([[California Army National Guard|CA ARNG]]) - Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base, [[Los Alamitos, California]]
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**** Support Company (UT ARNG) - Camp W.G. Williams, Riverton, Utah
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*** 2nd Battalion
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**** Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment ([[West Virginia Army National Guard|WV ARNG]]) - SGM Earl R. Biggs Memorial Armed Forces Reserve Center, [[Kenova, West Virginia]]
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**** Company A ([[Rhode Island Army National Guard|RI ARNG]]) - Middletown Armory, [[Middletown, Rhode Island]]
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**** Company B ([[Ohio Army National Guard|OH ARNG]]) - [[Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base]], [[Columbus, Ohio]]
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**** Company C (WV ARNG) - [[Camp Dawson (West Virginia)|Camp Dawson]], [[Kingwood, West Virginia]]
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**** Support Company (WV ARNG) - SGM Earl R. Biggs Memorial Armed Forces Reserve Center, Kenova, West Virginia
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*** 5th Battalion
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**** Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment ([[Colorado Army National Guard|CO ARNG]]) - Watkins Armory, [[Watkins, Colorado]]
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**** Company A ([[Texas Army National Guard|TX ARNG]]) - [[Camp Bullis]], [[San Antonio|San Antonio, Texas]]
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**** Company B (CO ARNG) - Fort Carson Armory, [[Fort Carson|Fort Carson, Colorado]]
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**** Company C (TX ARNG) - Camp Bullis, San Antonio, Texas
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**** Support Company (CO ARNG) - Watkins Armory, Watkins, Colorado
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*** Group Support Battalion
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**** Headquarters and Headquarters Company (UT ARNG) - John M. Browning Armory, [[Ogden, Utah]]
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**** Company A (UT ARNG) - John M. Browning Armory, Ogden, Utah
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**** Company B (UT ARNG) - John M. Browning Armory, Ogden, Utah
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**** Company C (UT ARNG) - Camp W.G. Williams, Riverton, Utah
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**** Company F (UT ARNG) - Camp W.G. Williams, Riverton, Utah
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*** Group Support Company (UT ARNG)
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**** Detachment 1 (WA ARNG)
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*** 197th Special Troops Support Company (TX ARNG) (aligned) - Camp Bullis, San Antonio, Texas
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*** 190th Chemical Detachment ([[Montana Army National Guard|MT ARNG]]) (aligned) - Fort William H. Harrison, [[Helena, Montana]]
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** [[File:20th_Special_Forces_Group_flash.png|48x48px]] '''[[20th Special Forces Group (United States)|20th Special Forces Group (Airborne)]]''' (National Guard)
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Birmingham, Alabama
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*** 1st Battalion, at Fort Payne, Alabama
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**** Company A, in Auburn, Alabama
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**** Company B, in Albemarle, North Carolina
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**** Company C, in Springfield, Massachusetts
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*** 2nd Battalion, in Jackson, Mississippi
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**** Company A, at [[Camp Atterbury]], Indiana
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**** Company B, in Glen Arm, Maryland
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**** Company C, at Camp McCain, Mississippi
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*** 3rd Battalion, at [[Camp Blanding]], Starke, Florida
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**** Company A, in Ocala, Florida
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**** Company B, in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina
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**** Company C, in Wauchula, Florida
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*** Group Support Battalion, in Gadsden, Alabama
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** [[File:US_Army_4th_Military_Information_Support_Group_Flash.png|48x48px]] '''[[4th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne)]]''', at Fort Bragg, North Carolina
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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*** 1st Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 2nd Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 3rd Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 4th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 5th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 6th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 7th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 8th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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*** 9th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne)
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= Training & Doctrine Command =
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== Intelligence Center ==
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* '''[[United States Army Intelligence Center]]''', at [[Fort Huachuca|Fort Huachuca, Arizona]]
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** [[File:111th_MI_BDE_Patch.svg|47x47px]] '''[[111th Military Intelligence Brigade]]'''
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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** '''[[112th Military Intelligence Brigade]]''', at [[Fort Devens|Fort Devens, Massachusetts]]
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Company
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== Field Artillery School ==
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* '''[[United States Army Field Artillery School]]''', at Fort Bliss, Texas
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** 8th Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment
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== Air Defense Artillery School ==
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* '''[[United States Army Air Defense Artillery School]]''', at Fort Bliss, Texas
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** [[File:ADA_School_SSI.svg|40x40px]] '''[[6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=Cfvn-py1gaQC&pg=PA20&dq=%226th+Air+Defense+Artillery+Regiment%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjarIfCm_b3AhUVj4kEHS00DXEQ6AF6BAgJEAI#v=onepage&q=%226th%20Air%20Defense%20Artillery%20Regiment%22&f=false |title=Air Defense Artillery |date=1992 |publisher=U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** 1st Battalion, [[6th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 4th Battalion, 6th Air Defense Artillery Regiment
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** '''[[30th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)|30th Air Defense Artillery Brigade]]'''<ref>{{Cite web |title=30th Air Defense Artillery {{!}} Fort Sill {{!}} Oklahoma {{!}} Fires Center of Excellence |url=https://sill-www.army.mil/30ada/ |access-date=2022-05-25 |website=sill-www.army.mil}}</ref>
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*** Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
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*** 2nd Battalion, [[6th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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*** 3rd Battalion, 6th Air Defense Artillery Regiment
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*** 1st Battalion, [[56th Air Defense Artillery Regiment]]
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= Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe =
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* '''[[Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe]]''' (SHAPE)
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** '''[[650th Military Intelligence Group]]''', in Mons, Belgium<ref>{{Cite book |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ANpgDGlykqkC&pg=RA8-PA60&dq=%22650th+Military+Intelligence+Group%22&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj5sqv0pvb3AhXGj4kEHQ-uAVQQ6AF6BAgDEAI#v=onepage&q&f=false |title=Military Intelligence |date=1981 |publisher=U.S. Army Intelligence Center & School |language=en}}</ref>
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*** Region I, at [[Naval Support Activity Naples|Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy]]
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**** Izmir Detachment, at [[Izmir Air Station|Izmir Air Station, Turkey]]
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**** Vicenza Detachment, at [[Caserma Ederle|Caserma Ederle, Italy]]
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*** Region II, in [[Kolsås]], Norway
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**** Baltic Operations Detachment, at [[Air Base Karup|Air Base Karup, Denmark]]
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*** Region IV, in [[Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum#Facilities|Brunssum]], Netherlands
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**** Heidelberg Detachment, at [[United States Army Garrison Heidelberg|United States Army Garrison Heidelberg, West Germany]]
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**** Ramstein Detachment, at [[Ramstein Air Base|Ramstein Air Base, West Germany]]
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*** Region V, in Mons, Belgium
   
 
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= Sources =
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== References ==
 
== References ==
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* {{Cite book |last=Wilson |first=John B. |title=Armies, Corps, Divisions, and Separate Brigades |publisher=Center of Military History, United States Army |year=1999 |isbn=978-0160499944 |series=Army Lineage Series |location=Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America |oclc=1141631937}}
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* {{citation |last1=Gardener |first1=Bruce |title=Seventh Infantry Division: 1917 1992 World War I, World War Ii, Korea and Panamanian Invasion |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ZKwKPqI-MboC |year=1997 |location=[[Nashville, Tennessee]] |publisher=[[Turner Publishing Company]] |isbn=978-1-56311-398-7 |last2=Stahura |first2=Barbara}}
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* {{citation |last=McKenney |first=Janice |title=Reflagging the Army |url=http://www.history.army.mil/books/Lineage/reflag/fm.htm |year=1997 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20171201132107/https://history.army.mil/books/Lineage/reflag/fm.htm |location=[[Washington, D.C.]] |publisher=[[United States Army Center of Military History]] |oclc=37875549 |access-date=15 June 2010 |archive-date=1 December 2017 |url-status=dead}}
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* {{cite book |last=McGrath |first=John J. |title=The Brigade: A History: Its Organization and Employment in the US Army |publisher=Combat Studies Institute Press |year=2004 |isbn=978-1-4404-4915-4 |location=[[Fort Leavenworth, Kansas]]}}

Latest revision as of 04:02, 23 June 2022

Below is the full structure of the United States Army in 1989, just before the Dissolution of the Soviet Union and consequential End of the Cold War.

UNKNOWN ASSIGNMENTS – below have a known location, but their assignment is unknown

Unit Types by equipment

Unit Types by Equipment
Designation Type Main Armament Support Armament Notes
Armored Cavalry Regiment (Corps type) Corps Combined Arms Reconnaissance Cavalry Squadrons: 41 x M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks, 39 x M3 Bradley Reconnaissance IFVs

Aviation Squadron: 27 x OH-13 Sioux light helicopters, 15 x Bell UH-1 Iroquois utility helicopters, 26 x Bell AH-1 Cobra attack helicopters, and 3 x Bell EH-1H helicopters

15 x M113 armored personnel carriers, 24 x M109A1/A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers Organised into four squadrons and two companies: HQ Troop, 3 x Armored Cavalry Squadrons, 1 x Aviation Squadron, 1 x Engineer Company, 1 x Intelligence Company, and one air defense platoon.
Armored Cavalry Regiment reconnaissance
Armored (M1 type) Armored
Armored (M60 type) Armored
Mechanized Infantry (M2 type) Armored Infantry
Mechanized Infantry (M113 type) Mechanized Infantry 58 x M113 Armoured personnel carriers 9 x M125A1 (M113) 81mm Mortar Carriers and 18 x M150 (M113) TOW APCs Organized into six companies: HQ Company, 4 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
Light Infantry Light Infantry 30 x Humvees, and 15 x M35 6x6 cargo Trucks 4 x M29 81mm mortars and 6 x M19 60mm Mortars Organized into six companies: HQ Company, 4 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
Light Infantry (Mountain type) See notes Used by the 10th Mountain Div; unique organization. Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
Field Artillery (Heavy Self-Propelled) Heavy Self-Propelled Artillery
Field Artillery (Nuclear Role) Nuclear-missile armed artillery
Field Artillery (SPG role) Self-Propelled Field Artillery 24 x M109A1/A2 155mm self-propelled howitzers
Field Artillery (155mm) 155mm-armed field artillery
Field Artillery (105mm) 105mm-armed field artillery
Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Hawk) Mobile SAM artillery 24 x MIM-23 Hawk mobile surface-to-air missile systems 8 x FIM-92 Stinger man-portable air-defense systems Organised into four batteries (A-D) each with 6 x Hawk and 2 x Stinger (the later for close air defense)
Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Chaparal) Mobile SAM artillery
Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Patriot) Mobile SAM artillery 24 x MIM-104 Patriot mobile surface-to-air missile systems – expanding to 48 x Patriots if mobilised Organised into four batteries (A-D, later A-H) each with 8 x Patriots
Divisional Anti-Aircraft Artillery Mobile SAM artillery
Special Types
Heavy Combined Arms Mechanised Infantry 44 x Humvees with BM-71 TOW ATGMs 67 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 15 x M47 Dragon ATGMs; and 6 x 4.2" mortars Used by two battalions in the 9th Infantry Div. (Motorized). Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
Light Combined Arms Mechanised Infantry 24 x Humvees with BM-71 TOW ATGMs 75 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers; 30 x M47 Dragon ATGMs; and 6 x 4.2" mortars Used by two battalions in the 9th Infantry Div. (Motorized). Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons
Light Attack Motorised Infantry 31 x Humvees with BM-71 TOW ATGMs 96 x Mk19 Grenade Launchers and 6 x 4.2" mortars Used by two battalions in the 9th Infantry Div. (Motorized). Organized into five companies: HQ Company, 3 x Rifle Companies, and 1 x Fire Support Company manning the support weapons

United States Army Forces Command

United States Army Forces Command commands all assigned active Army forces in the continental United States (CONUS) and the five continental United States Armies (First (North-East), Second (Southern), Fourth (Mid-West), Fifth (Central-Southern), and Sixth (Western)), and the assigned United States Army Reserve troop program units in the CONUS and Puerto Rico. Forces Command also oversees all subordinate commands, installations, and activities, including the three CONUS-based corps (I, III, and XVIII). For administrative purposes, Commanding General, U.S. Army Forces Command reports to and forms part of the join United States Atlantic Command.[1]

First United States Army

Lt. Gen. James E. Thompson, Jr commanded the First United States Army from June 1987 until he retired in 1991.

HQ First United States Army was established on 8th September 1932 and was tasked with overseeing several reserve components based in the North-East including the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia.[1]

  • First United States Army ()
    • Army Headquarters, at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland[2][3]
    • 5th Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Regiment (New York Army Reserve)
    • 2nd Battalion, 110th Field Artillery Regiment (Maryland National Guard)
    • 1st Battalion, 152nd Field Artillery Regiment, in Caribou, Maine (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
    • 1st Battalion, 201st Field Artillery Regiment,in Fairmont, West Virginia (National Guard; Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
    • 1st Battalion, 246th Field Artillery Regiment (Virginia National Guard)
    • 165th Military Police Battalion, in Lehighton, Pennsylvania (National Guard)
    • 157thInfBde.jpg 157th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized) (Army Reserve)
      • Brigade Headquarters, in Horsham, Pennsylvania
      • C Troop, 9th Cavalry Regiment, in Wilkes Barre (Armoured Cavalry; with M113A1 APCs)
      • 6th Battalion, 68th Armoured Regiment, in Bethlehem (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
      • 4th Battalion, 77th Armoured Regiment, in Reading (Armored; with M60A1 Main Battle Tanks)
      • 1st Battalion, 313th Infantry Regiment, in Fort Indiantown Gap (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
      • 1st Battalion, 314th Infantry Regiment, in Pedricktown, New Jersey (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
      • 1st Battalion, 315th Infantry Regiment, in Bristol (Mechanised Infantry, with M113 APCs)
      • 3rd Battalion, 15th Field Artillery Regiment, in Bristol (24 x M109A1 155mm self-propelled howitzers)
      • 3rd Battalion, 42nd Field Artillery Regiment (Pennsylvania Army Reserve)
      • 420th Engineer Company, in Pittsburgh
      • 157th Support Battalion, in Edgemont
    • USA - 187 INF BDE.png 187th Infantry Brigade (Army Reserve)
    • 103rd Field ARtillery Regiment.jpg 103rd Field Artillery Brigade (Rhode Island National Guard)[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Providence, Rhode Island
      • 1st Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 2nd Battalion, 103rd Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
    • 197th FA Brigade patch.png 197th Field Artillery Brigade (New Hampshire National Guard)[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Manchester, New Hampshire
      • 1st Battalion, 172nd Field Artillery Regiment, in Manchester (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 2nd Battalion, 197th Field Artillery Regiment, in Berlin (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 3rd Battalion, 197th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
    • 209FABdeSSI.gif 209th Field Artillery Brigade (New York National Guard)[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Rochester, New York
      • 1st Battalion, 156th Field Artillery Regiment
      • 1st Battalion, 209th Field Artillery Regiment
    • 224FABdeSSI.jpg 224th Field Artillery Brigade (Maryland National Guard)[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
      • 1st Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment, in Norfolk, Virginia (Field Artillery; with M198 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 2nd Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment
    • 479th Field Artillery Brigade SSI.svg 479th Field Artillery Brigade (Army Reserve)[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
      • 4th Battalion, 8th Field Artillery Regiment, in Clearfield, Pennsylvania (Field Artillery; with M109 155mm self-propelled guns)
      • 4th Battalion, 92nd Field Artillery Regiment, in Erie, Pennsylvania (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
    • 220th Military Police Brigade (Army Reserve)
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Gaithersburg, Maryland
      • 160th Military Police Battalion, in Tallahassee, Florida
      • 317th Military Police Battalion, in Jacksonville, Florida
    • 260th Military Police Brigade (National Guard)
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in the District of Columbia
      • 115th Military Police Battalion, in Salisbury, Maryland
      • 163rd Military Police Battalion, in the District of Columbia
      • 167th Military Police Battalion, in the District of Columbia
      • 171st Military Police Battalion, in the Distict of Columbia

50th Armored Division

Draft:United States Army Structure in 1989 is located in New Jersey
50th Division
1st Brigade
1-102 Armor
5-102 Armor
2-113 Infantry
3-113 Infantry
2nd Brigade
2-102 Armor
3-102 Armor
1-114 Infantry
2-114 Infantry
50th Aviation
1-150 Aviation
5-117 Cavalry
E/150 Aviation
DIVARTY
1-112 Field Art.
3-112 Field Art.
4-112 Field Art.
104 Engineer
250 Signal
550 Mil. Intel.
50 MP Co.
50 Chem. Co.
50th Armored Division key locations 1989 (without DISCOM):
Purple pog.svg Division/brigade headquarters Green pog.svg Infantry Red pog.svg Armor
Blue 0080ff pog.svg Aviation Yellow pog.svg Artillery Black pog.svg Engineers Steel pog.svg Other units

The 50th Armored Division was part of the New Jersey Army National Guard plus an armor brigade from the recently disbanded 30th Armored Division of the Texas Army National Guard. Along with some other national guard divisions, the air defense battalion is provided by the New Mexico Army National Guard. A Battery, 197th Field Artillery Regiment tasked in the target acquisition role meanwhile is from the New Hampshire Army National Guard.[5][6][7][8][9]

Graphic representing the 50th Armored Division as it appeared in 1989.

26th Infantry Division

The 26th Infantry Division was part of the National Guard and comprised soldiers from New England, notable the following states: Massachusetts (Mass), Connecticut (Conn), Rhode Island & Providence Plantations, and Vermont (VT).

  • Yankee Division.svg 26th Infantry Division (Massachusetts NG)[50]
    • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Boston, Massachusetts
    • 126th Military Intelligence Battalion (Combat Electronic Warfare & Intelligence) (Conn NG)
    • 2nd Battalion, 263rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in Anderson, South Carolina (South Carolina NG; Air Defense; with Chaparral mobile SAMs)
    • 26th Infantry Division Band, in West Newton[51]
    • 86thInfantryBrigade.svg 86th Armored Brigade (Vermont NG) – transferred from 50th Armored Division under Army 86'
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Montpelier, Vermont
      • 1st Battalion, 172nd Armored Regiment, in Saint Albans (Armored with M60A1)
      • 2nd Battalion, 172nd Armored Regiment, in Rutland (Armored with M60A1)
    • 3rd Massachusetts Infantry Brigade (Massachusetts National Guard)
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Lexington, Massachusetts
      • 1st Battalion, 101st Infantry Regiment, in Dorchester (Mechanised Infantry; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
      • 1st Battalion, 104th Infantry Regiment, in Westfield (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 2nd Battalion, 104th Infantry Regiment, in Chicopee (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 181st Infantry Regiment, in Worcester (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 182nd Infantry Regiment, in Melrose (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 43rd Infantry Division CSIB.svg 43rd Connecticut Infantry Brigade (Connecticut NG)
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Hartford, Connecituct
      • 1st Battalion, 102nd Infantry Regiment (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 2nd Battalion, 102nd Infantry Regiment, in Waterbury (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 169th Infantry Regiment, in Manchester (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 26th Infantry Division Artillery[4]
    • 26th Infantry Division Support Command (Massachusetts National Guard)[53]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Framingham[54]
      • 229th Supply and Transportation Battalion
      • 726th Support Battalion[55]
      • 729th Maintenance Battalion
      • F Company, 224th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
      • 118th Medical Battalion

28th Infantry Division

The 28th Infantry Division comprised troops from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard along with a small amount from the Virginia Army National Guard.

  • 28th Infantry Division CSIB.png 28th Infantry Division (National Guard)[56]
    • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    • 28th Signal Battalion
    • 128th Military Intelligence Battalion
    • 1st Battalion, 213th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in Leighton, Pennsylvania (Air Defense; with Singer MANPADs) – formed in 1989[56]
    • 103rd Engineer Battalion, in Philadelphia
    • 128th Chemical Company, in Philadelphia
    • 28th Military Police Company, in Johnstown
    • 2nd Pennsylvania Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Uniontown
      • 1st Battalion, 103rd Armored Regiment, in Johnstown (Armored; with M60A1 main battle tanks)
      • 1st Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, in Scranton (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
      • 2nd Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, in Scranton (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • US Army 55th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade.png 55th Pennsylvania Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Scranton
      • 3rd Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, in Milton (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 110th Infantry Regiment, in Scottdale (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 2nd Battalion, 110th Infantry Regiment, in Butler (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 56th Pennsylvania Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Philadelphia
      • 1st Battalion, 111th Infantry Regiment, in Norristown (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 2nd Battalion, 111th Infantry Regiment, in Phoenixville (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 112th Infantry Regiment, in Erie (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 2nd Battalion, 112th Infantry Regiment, in Lewiston (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 28th Infantry Division Artillery[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Hershey
      • F Battery, 109th Field Artillery Regiment, in York (Target Acquisition)
      • 1st Battalion, 107th Field Artillery Regiment, in Pittsburgh (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 108th Field Artillery Regiment, in Carlisle (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 229th Field Artillery Regiment, in New Castle (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 109th Field Artillery Regiment, in Wilkes Barre (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers; also 4 x M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
    • 28th Infantry Division Support Command[56]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company
      • 228th Supply and Transportation Battalion, in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania[57]
      • 728th Maintenance Battalion, in Lock Haven, Virginia[58]
      • 103rd Medical Battalion, in Lancaster[59]
    • 28th Aviation Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company
      • 1st Squadron, 104th Cavalry Regiment, in Philadelphia (Air Cavalry)
      • 1st Battalion, 104th Aviation Regiment (Attack)
      • 2nd Battalion, 104th Aviation Regiment (Support) – Virginia ANG, less A & C Coys part of Pennsylvania and B & D Coys part of West Virginia NG
      • G Company, 104th Aviation Regiment (Utility

29th Infantry Division (Light)

The 29th Infantry Division (Light) was comprised of troops from the Maryland and Virginia Army National Guards. If mobilised, the division had a NATO mission and would most likely be deployed to Northern Europe.

  • 29th Infantry Division CSIB.png 29th Infantry Division (Light)
    • Division Headquarters & Headquarters Company, at Fort Belvoir, Virginia
    • 129th Signal Battalion
    • 629th Military Intelligence Battalion, in Greenbelt, Maryland
    • 3rd Battalion, 111th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in Portsmouth, Virginia
    • 229th Engineer Battalion, in Fredericksburg, Virginia
    • 229th Chemical Company
    • 290th Military Police Company, in Baltimore, Maryland
    • 29th Infantry Division Band
    • 116thInfantryBrigade.svg 1st Virginia Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Staunton, Virginia
      • 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, in Roanoke, Virginia
      • 2nd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, in Lynchburg, Virginia
      • 3rd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, in Winchester, Virginia
    • 2nd Virginia Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Bowling Green, Virginia
      • 1st Battalion, 170th Infantry Regiment, in Alexandria, Virginia
      • 1st Battalion, 183rd Infantry Regiment, in Richmond, Virginia
    • 58th Infantry Brigade SSI.svg 3rd Maryland Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Pikesville, Maryland
      • 1st Battalion, 115th Infantry Regiment, in Silver Spring, Maryland
      • 2nd Battalion, 115th Infantry Regiment, in Chestertown, Maryland
      • 1st Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment, in Baltimore, Maryland
      • 2nd Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment, in Dundalk, Maryland
    • 29th Infantry Division Artillery
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, in Sandston, Virginia
      • 2nd Battalion, 110th Field Artillery Regiment, in Pikesville, Maryland (Field Artillery; with 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 2nd Battalion, 111th Field Artillery Regiment, in Richmond, Virginia (Field Artillery; with 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 246th Field Artillery Regiment, in Danville, Virginia (Field Artillery; with 105mm towed howitzers)
      • E Battery, 111th Field Artillery Regiment (Field Artillery; with 155mm towed howitzers)
    • 29th Infantry Division Support Command
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company
      • 229th Supply and Transportation Battalion
      • 297th Maintenance Battalion[60]
      • F Company, 224th Aviation Regiment (Aviation Maintenance)
      • 104th Medical Battalion
    • 4th Brigade (Aviation)

42nd Infantry Division

The 42nd Infantry Division comprised troops from the New York Army National Guard, plus a small element from the Florida Army National Guard.

  • 42nd Infantry Division SSI.svg 42nd Infantry Division (National Guard)[61][62][63][64][65]
    • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Troy, New York[66]
    • 242nd Signal Battalion, in Hempstead
    • 242nd Military Intelligence Battalion
    • 1st Battalion, 265th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Florida NG)
    • 102nd Engineer Battalion, in New York City
    • 42nd Chemical Company, in Valhalla
    • 42nd Military Police Company, in Peekskill
    • 1st New York Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Troy, New York
      • 1st Battalion, 227th Armored Regiment, in Buffalo (Armored; with M48A5 main battle tanks)
      • 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry Regiment, in New York City (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 71st Infantry Regiment, in New York City (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 2nd New York Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in New York City
      • 1st Battalion, 210th Armored Regiment, in Albany (Armored; with M60A3 main battle tanks)
      • 1st Battalion, 108th Infantry Regiment, in Auburn (Mechanised; with M113 armoured personnel carriers)
      • 1st Battalion, 174th Infantry Regiment, in Buffalo (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 2nd Battalion, 174th Infantry Regiment, in Rochester (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 3rd New York Infantry Brigade
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Company, in Buffalo
      • 2nd Battalion, 210th Armored Regiment, in Staten Island (Armored; with M48A5 main battle tanks)
      • 2nd Battalion, 105th Infantry Regiment, in Troy (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
      • 1st Battalion, 107th Infantry Regiment, in New York City (Motorised Infantry; mounted in Humvees)
    • 42nd Infantry Division Artillery[4]
      • Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, the Bronx
      • 2nd Battalion, 104th Field Artillery Regiment, in Jamaica (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 187th Field Artillery Regiment, in Brooklyn (Field Artillery; with M101 105mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 258th Field Artillery Regiment, the Bronx (Field Artillery; with M114A2 155mm towed howitzers)
      • 1st Battalion, 209th Field Artillery Regiment, in Rochester (Field Artillery; with M110 203mm heavy self-propelled howitzers)
    • 42nd Infantry Division Support Command[67]