Tank Corps

Tank Corps may refer to:

  • Tank Corps, later Royal Tank Corps, early name of the Royal Tank Regiment
  • Tank Corps (Soviet), a type of Red Army formation used up to World War II
  • Tank Corps of the American Expeditionary Force, a United States unit in World War I
  • Tank Corps, National Army, a stateside United States unit during World War I

Other articles related to "tank corps, tank":

County Of London Yeomanry - 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters)
1920, the regiment became the 5th (London) Armoured Car Company, Tank Corps, based at St ... John's Wood and subsequently the 23rd (London) Armoured Car Company, Royal Tank Corps (June, 1922), 23rd Cavalry Armoured Car Regiment, Royal Tank Corps (1938) (transferred ...
Tank Corps Of The American Expeditionary Force - Postwar
... The AEF Tank Corps was disbanded after the November 11, 1918 armistice and remaining tank corps personnel transferred to the United States, where the Tank ... and Headquarters Company (HHC), 304th Tank Brigade, Tank Corps transferred to Camp Meade, Maryland and consolidated with HHC, 305th Tank Brigade on 22 June 1921, reorganized and ... was reorganized and redesignated HHC, 1st Tank Regiment on 1 September 1929 ...
Tanks Of The United States - World Wars - World War I - Tank Corps (AEF)
... The Tank Corps, was created in France as a unit of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF), on either December 22, 1917 or January 26, 1918 by AEF commanding ... At Champlieu, Patton drove a Renault char d’assault tank and tested its trench-crossing ability ... he was placed in charge of the 1st Provisional Tank Brigade, redesignated the 304th Tank Brigade on November 6, 1918 ...
2nd Tatsinskaya Guards Tank Corps
... The 2nd Tatsinskaya Guards Tank Corps was a Red Army armoured formation that saw service during World War II on the Eastern Front ... It was originally the 24th Tank Corps ...

Famous quotes containing the word corps:

    Ce corps qui s’appelait et qui s’appelle encore le saint empire romain n’était en aucune manière ni saint, ni romain, ni empire. This agglomeration which called itself and still calls itself the Holy Roman Empire was in no way holy, nor Roman, nor an empire.
    Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (1694–1778)