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Commander Strike Force Training Atlantic

Commander, Carrier Strike Group FOUR is the U.S. Fleet Forces Command formation charged with training and certifying Atlantic Fleet Carrier Strike Groups, Amphibious Ready Groups, and independently deploying surface ships. Its mission is to "Cond ...

Cruiser and Transport Force

The Cruiser and Transport Service was a unit of the United States Navys Atlantic Fleet during World War I that was responsible for transporting American men and materiel to France.

Mosquito Fleet

In U.S. naval and maritime history, the term has had nine main meanings: The name of a United States Navy "squadron detachment", commanded by Commodore Matthew C. Perry, that fought against the Mexican fortresses at Tuxpan and Villahermosa during ...

Operational Test and Evaluation Force

The Operational Test and Evaluation Force serves as independent and objective agency within the United States Navy for the operational testing and evaluation of naval aviation, surface warfare, submarine warfare, C4I, cryptologic, and space syste ...

U.S. Navy Cyber Forces

Navy Cyber Forces was the type commander for the U.S. Navys global cyber workforce. The headquarters was located at 115 Lake View Parkway in Suffolk, Virginia. CYBERFOR provided forces and equipment in cryptology/signals intelligence, cyber, elec ...

Airborne Corps (Soviet Union)

Each airborne corps was to have 8020 soldiers in total, armed with: Had five airborne corps in total. Forums source soldat.ru. 1st Airborne Corps: - became 37th Guards Rifle Division in August 1942. Colonel, 19 January 1942 Major General Viktor Z ...

188th Infantry Regiment (United States)

The 188th Glider Infantry Regiment was a regiment in the United States Army that was active during World War II. It was a part of the 11th Airborne Division during its entire existence. In the 188th infantry regiment was formed on 12 November 194 ...

194th Glider Infantry Regiment (United States)

The 194th Glider Infantry Regiment was a Glider infantry regiment of the United States Army that served in World War II. It was a part of the 17th Airborne Division, and saw active combat service until it deactivation in 1945.

541st Parachute Infantry Regiment (United States)

The 541st Parachute Infantry Regiment was an airborne infantry regiment of the United States Army, activated during World War II. While never destined to see combat the regiment was composed of highly trained and highly educated troopers. It was ...

542nd Parachute Infantry Regiment (United States)

The 542nd Parachute Infantry Regiment was a regiment of the US Army during the World War II. Originally formed as a fully fledged regiment, the unit was later downsized to a Battalion and kept in Reserve in the United States until mid-1945 when i ...

550th Airborne Infantry Battalion (United States)

The 550th Airborne Infantry Battalion was an independent airborne forces formation of battalion-size of the United States Army formed during World War II on 1 July 1941 at Fort Kobbe Panama Canal Zone. The 550th was originally formed as an air la ...

Volksartilleriekorps

A Volksartilleriekorps was a brigade-sized massed artillery formation employed by the German Army in World War II from late 1944 until the end of the war. A Volksartilleriekorps was typically composed of five or six battalions of differing kinds ...

South African Army Artillery Formation

The South African Army Artillery Formation is the controlling entity of all South African Army artillery units. It draws much of its history from the South African Artillery, established in 1934 but with roots that reach back to 1921. The formati ...

2 Service Battalion

The Canadian Armys 2 Service Battalion provides second-line Combat Service Support to 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group, including transportation, supply, and maintenance to assigned formations for domestic and deployed operations. The service ...

2nd Battalion, Maratha Light Infantry Regiment

The Kali Panchwin, now formally called the 2nd Battalion, Maratha Light Infantry Regiment, is one of the oldest battalions of the Indian Army. It consists of troops known as Ganpats from Maharashtra in Western India. In the 17th century they form ...

14th Battalion, Maratha Light Infantry

The 14th Battalion, Maratha Light Infantry is a battalion of infantry in the Indian Army. It was initially raised as the 14th/5th Mahratta Light Infantry on 1 February 1941, at Ambala by Lieutenant Colonel E.S. Storey-Cooper, OBE, MC, – a British ...

8th Mountain Infantry Brigade (Argentina)

The 8th Mountain Infantry Brigade is a unit of the Argentine Army specialised in mountain warfare. The headquarters of the Brigade is based on Mendoza, Mendoza Province. Is formed by different types of mountain units:

1st Support Group (Australia)

The 1st Support Group was a formation of the Australian Army during World War II. The brigade was formed in February 1942, at Victoria Barracks, Sydney and assigned to the 1st Armoured Division. Support Groups were brigade sized formations assign ...

161st Indian Infantry Brigade

The 161st Indian Infantry Brigade was an infantry brigade formation of the Indian Army during World War II. As part of the arrangements for the independence and partition of British India the brigade was allocated to India and became the 161st In ...

7th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 7th Indian Infantry Brigade was an infantry brigade of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in September 1939, by the redesignation of the Poona Independent Brigade as the 7th Indian Infantry Brigade and renumbered 4th in June 1 ...

8th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 8th Indian Infantry Brigade was an infantry brigade formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in September 1939, in India. In November 1940, the brigade was assigned to the 11th Indian Infantry Division. The brigade was ...

9th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 9th Indian Infantry Brigade was an infantry brigade formation of the Indian Army during World War II. Before the war the 9th Infantry Brigade was a peacetime formation in Meerut district. This brigade was redesignated the 5th Indian Infantry ...

80th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 80th Indian Infantry Brigade was an Infantry formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in April 1942, in India and assigned to the 20th Indian Infantry Division until the end of the war.

84th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 84th Indian Infantry Brigade was an Infantry formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in May 1942, in Hyderabad, Sindh, India where it was also known as the Upper Sind Force. It was intended to suppress a rebellion by t ...

88th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 88th Indian Infantry Brigade was an infantry brigade formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in September 1942, at Chittagong to protect the 14th Indian Infantry Divisions lines of communications and was disbanded on 8 ...

89th Indian Infantry Brigade

The 89th Indian Infantry Brigade was an Infantry formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was formed in October 1942, at Bhiar Kund in India. The brigade was assigned to the 7th Indian Infantry Division and fought in the Burma Campaig ...

Razmak Brigade

The Razmak Brigade was an Infantry formation of the Indian Army during World War II. It was in existence in September 1939, for service on the North West Frontier. It was normal practice for newly formed battalions to be posted to the North West ...

401st Brigade (IDF)

The 401st "Iron Tracks" Brigade is an Armored Brigade in the 162nd Division of the Israeli Defence Forces. Since August 2016 it is commanded by Colonel Ohad Nagma.

13th Light Brigade (Netherlands)

The 13th Light Brigade (Dutch: 13 Lichte Brigade is one of the three brigades of the Royal Netherlands Army. The other ones are 11th Airmobile Brigade and 43rd Mechanized Brigade. The brigade is a fully motorized brigade, equipped with Fennek, Bo ...

1st Mechanized Brigade (Romania)

The 1st Mechanized Brigade "Argedava" is a brigade of the Romanian Land Forces. It was initially formed as the 34th Infantry Regiment, and named after the Moldavian Voivode Vasile Lupu. The brigade is the best and most modern infantry brigade of ...

9th Mechanized Brigade (Romania)

The unit was initially formed in 1879, after the Romanian War of Independence, as Divizia Activa de Dobrogea Dobruja Active Division. In 1903 it was renamed to 9th Infantry Division, designation under which it participated in both world wars. In ...

9th Army Corps (France)

The 9th Army Corps was a large military formation of the French Army, constituted during the Second French Empire, and during the First and the Second World War.

36th Army Corps (France)

The Corps saw service throughout the entirety of the First World War, including participating in the Battle of Passchendaele as part of the French First Army. At the time of the Battle of Passchendaele, the corps consisted of the 29th Division an ...

C4I Corps

The CC4I Corps, or Teleprocessing Corps, is a combat support corps of the Israel Defense Forces under the command of the Teleprocessing Branch, formerly the Computer Service Directorate. The C4I Corps is responsible for all areas of teleprocessin ...

Technology and Maintenance Corps

The Israeli Technology and Maintenance Corps is a combat-support corps in the IDF GOC Army Headquarters. Before the Israeli Technological and Logistics Directorate was dismantled, it fell under its jurisdiction. The corps is responsible for the d ...

3rd Army Corps (Italy)

The 3rd Army Corps was one of three corps the Italian Army fielded during the Cold War. Based in the regions of Lombardy and Piemont the corps was the armys operational reserve, while the 4th Alpine Army Corps and the 5th Army Corps, both based i ...

5th Army Corps (Italy)

The 5th Army Corps was one of three corps the Italian Army fielded during the Cold War. Based in the regions of Veneto and Friuli-Venezia-Giulia the corps was the armys main combat force. The 5th Army Corps was arrayed close to the Yugoslavian bo ...

Operational Group

Operational Group was the highest level of tactical division of the Polish Army before and during World War II and the invasion of Poland. It was corps-sized, although various Operational Groups varied in size. Operational groups first appeared i ...

2nd Siberian Army Corps

June-October 1915: Radko Dimitriev. 1906-1908: Vladimir Vasilyevich Smirnov. 1901-1902: Georgii Stackelberg. (1901-1902: Георгий Штакельберг) 1900-1901: Alexander Kaulbars. (1900-1901: Александр Каульбарс) 1903-1906: Mikhail Zasulich. (1903-1906: ...

4th Siberian Army Corps

1917: Sokolov. (1917: Соколов) 1912-1913: Arkady Nikanorovich Nishenkov. 1915-1917: Otto Leonidas Sirelius. 1904-1905: Nikolai Zarubaev. (1904-1905: Николай Зарубаев) 1913-1915: Sergey Serg. Savvich. 1915: Sychyovsky.

13th Army Corps (Russian Empire)

The 13th Army Corps was a corps of the Imperial Russian Army, formed in the 1870s. The corps fought in the Russo-Turkish War and World War I, and was disbanded with the collapse of the Imperial Russian Army after the Russian Revolution. During pe ...

17th Army Corps (Russian Empire)

24.04.1906 - 03.04.1909 - Lieutenant General Vladimir Glazov. 12.02.1906 - 20.04.1906 - Lieutenant General Vladimir Volkov. 28.07.1917 - хх.02.1918 - General-Major Nikolai Shilling. 02.04.1917 - 28.07.1917 - Lieutenant General Fyodor Ogorodnikov. ...

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