Field Artillery Group

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Southern Military Command - Current Structure
... Company (1ª Companhia de Guardas) in Porto Alegre 3rd Division Artillery (Artilharia Divisionária da 3ª Divisão de Exército) in Cruz Alta HQ Battery 3rd Division Artillery (Bateria de ...
Camp Livingston - History
846th Tank Destroyer Battalion, 46th Field Artillery Brigade, 350th Field Artillery Group, 351st Field Artillery Group, 353rd Field Artillery Group, 1692nd Engineer ...
COMALP - History
... Company 134th Heavy Mortar Company 4th Heavy Field Artillery Regiment in Trento Headquarter Battery 1st Heavy Field Artillery Group, (FH-70 howitzer) 2nd Heavy Field Artillery Group, (FH ...
Friuli Air Assault Brigade - History - Cold War
... with the 78th Infantry Regiment Lupi di Toscana, 8th Field Artillery Regiment and 3rd Light Anti-Air Artillery Regiment ... Later the 3rd Light Anti-Air Artillery Regiment was replaced by the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment Piemonte Cavalleria ... three infantry battalions XIX Armored Battalion with M26 Pershing Field Artillery Group Friuli with M114 155/23 towed howitzers Light Anti-Air Artillery Group Friuli with M1 40/56 Engineer Company ...
Pinerolo Mechanized Brigade - History - Cold War
... The divisions was rounded out by the 14th Field Artillery Regiment, the 9th Engineer Company and the 9th Signal Company ... Bari (with three infantry battalions) and the Field Artillery Group Pinerolo. 231st Infantry (Training) Battalion Avellino, in Avellino 47th Field Artillery Group Gargano, in Persano, (M114 155/23 towed howitzers) Pinerolo Logistic Battalion ...

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