Asked in US Army
How many army reserve divisions are there right now?
Asked in British Army
How many divisions were there in the British army in 1938?
Asked in US Army, US National Guard
How many soldiers in the US Army Reserve National Guard and Active?
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2, US National Guard
How many National Guard divisions were in the US Army in World War 2?
Asked in Florida, Population, US Army
How many people are in the Florida army reserve?
There is no "Florida Army Reserve", although there are Army Reserve units in Florida. The Army Reserve is wholly a federal agency, which the states have no jurisdiction over. The Florida Army National Guard is probably the agency you're thinking of. While no specific number is published, the Florida Army National Guard is estimated to have approximately 12,000 personnel.
how many troops in a division?
Asked in US Civil War
How many Union Army Divisions participated in the Battle of Bull Run?
How many divisions are in the army?
Asked in Operation Barbarossa
How many Russian divisions participated in operation barbarossa?
29 Soviet Divisions/Armies were involved with Operation Barbarossa. They are; 7th Army 8th Army 48th Army 50th Arm 52nd Army 54th Army 55th Army 11th Army 27th Army 34th Army 3rd Army 10th Army 13th Army 16th Army 19th Army 20th Army 22nd Army 24th Army 28th Army 40th 5th Army 6th Army 12th Army 21st Army 26th Army 37th Army 9th Army 18th Army Coastal Army
Asked in World War 1
How many men in a World War 1 corps?
A corps is two or more divisions. Frequently in the armies of both sides in WWI a corps had three divisions, but it could have more, There is no set number, just however many divisions seems best to the army commander. (A field army is two or more corps). So the answer depends on the size of the divisions fielded by the country of whose army the corps is a part. British, French and German divisions were around 12-15,000 men at full strength. US divisions of WWI were huge, more than 26,000 men. So, a US corps with only two divisions was bigger than any other nation's corps with three.
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
How many us division in world war 2?
See Wikipedia's "List of US Army Divisions in WW2" for the answer to this question. === === == I count 70 Infantry Divisions(including Paratrooper Infantry and Mountain infantry). In addtion there were 6 Cavalry Divisions. Also there were Tank Divisions but I'm not sure how many---at least 14. Also, General Patton was placed in command of a "ghost Army" to deceive the Germans on the invasion plans. There were about 8 "Ghost" divisions, both infantry and paratrooper which did not really exist but a patch insignia was designed for them.
Asked in War and Military History
How many people are currently enlisted in the US army?
As of February 28, 2009 1,454,515 people are on active duty in the military with an additional 848,000 people in the seven reserve components. Military army 548,000 Marine Corps 203,095 Navy 332,000 Air Force 323,000 Coast guard 41,000 Enlisted army 456,651 Marine Corps 182,147 Navy 276,276 Air Force 261,193 Coast Guard 32,647 Army National Guard 353,000 Army Reserve 205,000 Marine Forces Reserve 40,000 Navy Reserve 67,000 Air National Guard 107,000 Air Force Reserve 67,000 Coast Guard Reserve 11,000 Total Reserve 850,000 Other DOD Personnel 97,976
Asked in World War 2
How many army divisions did Britain have in world war 2?
Asked in US Army
How many parts of the army are there?
Four: Regular Army.. this is the active duty force maintained during peacetime Army Reserve.. federal reservists National Guard.. provides the reserve force of combat arms units, and has additional taskings to their respective state. Army of the United States.. during a time of the draft, this is the component draftees would be assigned to.
What are the two basic reasons for an army to keep a portion of its fighting troops in reserve?
Generally speaking it is essential for a commander of an army to keep a portion of his troops in reserve. One is to prolong and renew a battle by bringing reserve forces into play at the right time. Another vital reason is have a reserve ready in case of any unforeseen threats. In the US Civil War, many of the Union generals were cautious and kept a proper amount of troops in reserve. This became an issue with US President Lincoln. He often criticized his generals for keeping too many soldiers in reserve. To him, it allowed far too many battles to be lost as these troops could have been used in offensive actions. The problem in this was that Lincoln was not a trained military man, while most of his generals were West Point graduates.
How many divisions under Eisenhower's command were in Europe in December 1944?
16 Million Americans served in WW2 but 8 Million went to the Army , now deduct about 3 Million for the Army Air Corp , that leaves 5 Million boots on the ground ... Since a Division equals 30,000 men we are looking at 167 US Army Divisions that was under Eisenhower's Command... The Marines in the Pacific at full strength , we are looking at 6 Divisions .. Today there are 4 active Marine Divisions, Japan,Pearl Harbor,California,and North Carolina ..There's one reserve Division on the East Coast & one on the West Coast ... Our Nation has lost a lot of jobs to foreign Countries but the one thing OUR Nation will never lose is the American War Machine , they can't have that ...!