Battle Groups

Some articles on battle groups, battle group, groups, group:

126th Cavalry Regiment (United States) - Early History & The American Civil War - Cold War Forward
... On 15 March 1959, the regiment reorganized into two Battle Groups, the First and Second Battle Groups 126th Infantry, with both organizations ... This new “pentomic” system created five such battle groups in the Forty-sixth Division ... Both First and Second Battle Groups were carved up to reform First, Second, and Third battalions 126th Infantry along with the new Headquarters and ...
24th Infantry Division (United States) - History - Cold War
... were organized into five oversized battalions (called "battle groups") with no intermediate brigade or regimental headquarters ... division, the 24th included two airborne battle groups for several months ... The 1st Airborne Battle Group, 503rd Infantry left the division for reassignment to the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg on 7 January 1959 and the 1st ...
Pentropic Organisation - History
... of divisions into five combined arms battle groups ... These battle groups consisted of an infantry battalion, field artillery regiment, engineer field squadron and other combat and logistic elements, including armoured ... These battle groups would be commanded by the commanding officer of their infantry battalion and report directly to the headquarters of the division as brigade headquarters were abolished as ...
United States Pacific Fleet - Post 1945
... USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19), the USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Battle Group, the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) Battle Group, two battleship surface action groups formed around the USS ... Joint Task Force, including participation of Commander, Amphibious Group Three, as deputy CJTF ... there, which involved two carrier battle groups, USS Midway and USS Enterprise-with their associated air wings operating in the Philippine Sea, chopped to JTF Philippines ...

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