Defense Artillery Brigade

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U.S. Army Regimental System - Combat Arms Regiments - Artillery Regiments - Air Defense Artillery
1st Air Defense Artillery Regiment 1st Battalion, 94th AAMDC, Kadena Air Base Japan 2d Battalion, 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Osan Air Base, Korea 2d Air Defense Artillery Regiment ...
III Corps (United States) - Organization
... Division, Fort Carson 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Hood 41st Fires Brigade, Fort Hood 75th Fires Brigade, Fort Sill 212th Fires Brigade, Fort Bliss 214th Fires Brigade, Fort Sill 36th Engineer Brigade, Fort ...
Brigade Insignia Of The United States Army - Air Defense Artillery Brigades
6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade 30th Air Defense Artillery Brigade 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade 35th Air Defense ...
108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)
... The 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade is an air defense artillery brigade of the United States Army ... The mission of the brigade is to train and maintain a strategic crisis response air defense artillery brigade capable of deploying worldwide, on short notice, to provide ...
6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (United States)
... The 6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade was the unit under which the United States Army Air Defense Artillery School is organized ... School has been redesignated to the 30th Air Defense Artillery Brigade ... The brigade is based at Fort Sill, Oklahoma ...

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