Some articles on consolidated, consolidated unit:
... as Companies F and L, 1st Regiment Companies F and L consolidated 15 April 1909 and consolidated unit designated as Company F, 1st Infantry Mustered into Federal service 20 June 1916 ...
... A, 3rd Ranger Battalion concurrently consolidated with Company A, 3rd Ranger Battalion (Provisional) (organized 21 May 1943 in North Africa), and consolidated unit ... Consolidated 15 April 1960 with the 1st Company, 1st Battalion, 2nd Regiment, 1st Special Service Force (activated 9 July 1942), and consolidated unit redesignated as Headquarters and ... Former Company A, 3rd Ranger Infantry Battalion, withdrawn 3 February 1986, consolidated with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, 75th Infantry, and consolidated unit ...
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