How many troops were in a US Army division in World War 2?
It depends on what kind of division; i.e. infantry, armored, etc. A US Army Infantry Division had 687 Officers, 42 Warrant Officers & 12,959 Enlisted Men in its Table of Organization during WW 2. An Armored Division had 558 Officers, 51 Warrant Officers & 10,001 Enlisted Men in its Table of Organization.
10,000 to 15,000
The number of men varied between country and type of unit. For US Army, the typical infantry division had 15,000 men. The Airborne Division had 9,000 troops.
About 20 to 40 soldiers per platoon, 10,000 to 15.000 per division!
There are currently 145,000 troops serving in The US Army Today.
it depends of what army
The order of battle of invasion troops for OLYMPIC/MAJESTIC were 14 Divisions: 10 Army Infantry, 1 Airborne and 3 USMC equal 450,000 combat and support troops staged at Okinawa. United States U.S. Sixth Army Yakushima and Koshikijima Islands - 40th Infantry Division (22,000 men) Tanegashima - 158th Infantry Regiment (7,600 men) Miyazaki - U.S. I Corps (95,000 men): 25th Infantry Division, 33d Infantry Division, 41st Infantry Division Ariake - U.S. XI Corps (113,000 men): 1st… Read More
US Army in WW2 12,000
Infantry Division ~15,000 Airborne Division ~12,000 Armored Division ~15,000(?)
At Least 10,000
The Union army was nearly twice as large as the Confederate army in the US Civil War. The confederate army had a strength of 1,064,000 troops while the Union Army had a strength of roughly 2,100,000 troops.
Currently there are 10 Active Army Divisions. They are the 1st Armored Division, 1st Cavalry Division, 1st Infantry Division, 2nd Infantry Division, 3rd Infantry Division, 4th Infantry Division, 10th Mountain Division, 25th Infantry Division, 82nd Airborne Division, and the 101st Airborne Division.
There is no English army, however the British army currently has112,000 personal (regular army) and 34,000 (territorial army).
10,000 to 18,000 soldiers This answer may vary depending on Country, Period and type of Division. An infantry division may be larger than a parachute division or a tank division. A typical US Army Infantry Division in WW2 consisted of approximately 15,000 men at full strength.
over 9000 I believe
140,000 fresh troops
It depends on the division--light infantry divisions carry 10,600; heavy divisions can have as many as 25,000. and have sex
I can't speak as to the army but in Marines it's 2 platoons about 30 troops ea.
2008- just over 6,000,000 enlisted
D-DAY LANDINGS (June 6, 1944) #Utah Beach - 23,250 American troops were landed. US 1st Army 7th and 5th US Corps #Omaha Beach - 34,250 American troops were landed. 29th and 1st US Div. #Gold Beach - 24,970 British troops were landed. 50th Division, British 2nd Army #Juno Beach - 21,400 Canadian troops were landed. 3rd Canadian Div. #Sword Beach - 28,845 British troops were landed. 3rd British Div. By 12th June 326,000 troops and… Read More
The pakistan army has 725,000 active troops and 500,000 reserves altogether thats 1275,000 which is the worlds 6th biggest army
1.5 Million troops in North Koreas military
Approximately 200,000 were posted all over the world in 1815. Of course Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo had only 23,000 British troops, (including Irish), with another 44,000 allied troops, (not including the Prussian Army, which was led by Blucher).
How many troops in the Army of the Potomac did General Hooker have as he planned his Spring offensive in Virginia in 1863?
Major General Joseph Hooker had approximately 134,000 troops in the Army of the Potomac on March 31, 1863. He outnumbered the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia by a comfortable margin.
The 1938 strength was about 167,000 Plus 190.000 in the National Guard. By 1940 the regular Army had increased to 280,000 with 240,000 in the Guard.
as many as you like so long as you have 2 troops and a HQ
200,000active 1000 reserved troops and 300 nuclear weapon hiding under ground..sorry in my english i am a retired soldier
Who was given the honor of commanding the troops that formally accepted the surrender of the confederate army?
Good question. I'm assuming you mean the Army of Northern Virginia - there was no 'Confederate Army', as such, in the field. Also there was one other fairly sizeable army of Confederates that did not surrender for about another two weeks, as well as other small units West of the Mississippi that continued to operate beyond that. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was defeated by the Army of the Potomac, commanded by George Meade. Many… Read More
The Army of Potomac had about 120.000 and that of Northern Virginia about 70.000.
18 million, including over 1 million SS.
If you mean which parts of the army, it probably would be The Marines. Other wise for divisions, it might be The 1st Infantry Division, 29th Infantry Division, 4th Infantry Division, 90th Infantry Division, and many other divisions.
lots ANSWER French Army deployed 48,950 infantry, 15,765 cavalry and 7.232 artillery for a total of 71.947 troops. Wellington Army deployed 49,608 infantry, 12,408 cavalry and 5,645 artillery for a total of 67,661 troops. Bluecher's Prussian Army of about 89,000 troops joined in groups Wellington's between 3.00 and 7.00 PM.
70,000 troops of the North Virginia army under General Robert E. Lee's command.
No - there were many regiments of colored troops long before the Proclamation in the Union Army. As hard to believe as it sounds, the Confederate Army also had units of colored troops. And the Proclamation only addressed slaves in the southern states then at awar with the Union.
you need to work out how many troops are going to come in and out of the country and how many bullets will de required
1,194 men were KIA as members of the 1st Armored Division during WW 2. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
During the reign of Augustus there were 150,000 Roman legionaries and 150,000 auxiliary troops (these were troops made up of non-romans of the empire which supported the Roman legions). This made a total of 300,000. By the Later Empire the Roma army reached an estimate 400,000-600,000 troops.
The Mexican Army had 4,000 and the French had 8,000.
From 2003, and US troops are still in Iraq.
Under the command of Union General James Harrison Wilson, his army of 9,000 troops were successful in defeating the forces of Confederate General Nathan Forest. Forest had a defending army of 4,000 troops. Confederate forces took on heavy casualties in the battle.
The day began when Confederate Troops attacked the Union Calvary Division at McPherson Ridge, the Union forces though outnumbered where able to push back the invading Confederates. But the afternoon brought additional southern troops that managed to push the Union troops back through the town where many Union soldiers were captured before they could regroup on Cemetary Hill. Meade's Army arrived in the night and toiled on their defenses for the next days battle.
Zack died protecting Cloud from shinra army. There were too many troops so zack got tired and the last shinra troops shot him.
At the battle of Appomattox courthouse. General Lee surrendered his army of thirty thousand troops. Grant had at least 3x as many troops as Lee.
In her peak in 1939 a German Panzer Division: 11,800 men 328 Tanks 101 Armored Cars With motorcycle troops, motorized infantry and supporting artillery.
Many US Army divisions have nicknames. The US Army's 101st Airborne division (which is the division trained for air assault operations) is nicknamed 'The Screaming Eagles'.
It is the war center of America and has supplied troops, a navy and air forces for the US Army and has helped by supplying and comanding troops air forces and navy ships during World War II and many wars.
You click on REPORTS and then on ARMY MOVEMENT, select the appropriate army (it has most likely the status CAMP) and click on VIEW.
Firstly, "where in the roman army" - well italy? I dont quite get the question. Could you mean were possibly? I hope you dont have a GCSE in english.
A division is a large military unit or formation usually consisting of between ten to thirty thousand soldiers. In most armies, a division is composed of several regiments or brigades, and in turn several divisions make up a corps.
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