Units of 45th infintry division who were at Nurnberg Germany at the end of WWll?
Nurnburg fell to the US 45th Infantry Division April 20, 1945. The Division pushed on and crossed the Danube April 27 and were in the vicinity of Munich when the war ended.
Component units of the 45th Infantry Division included its three infantry regiments, the 157th, 179th and 180th; its four artillery battalions, the 158th, 160th, 171st and 189th; the 46th (not 45th) Signal Company, the 700th Ordnance Company; the 45th Quartermaster Company, the 45th Reconnaissance Troop; the 120th Engineer Battalion; the 120th Medical Battalion, and the 45th CIC Detachment.
26th Infantry Division was named the "Yankee Division" and their shoulder patch was a khaki Diamond with blue letters "Y D". This infantry division served in France and Germany. A typical WW2 infantry division contained about 15,000 men at full strength. It contained 3 Infantry regiments and 4 artillery battalions as well as support units such as Medial, Engineering, QuarterMaster and Signals.
airborne units deploy by parachute. during WW2 ther were four main airborne units in the U.S. 101st airborne division, 82d airborne division, 11th airborne division and 17th airborne division. there were other smaller airborne units. at present time (I think) only one airborne division is still on jump status, the 82d airborne division. during WW2 airborne units operated in Europe and the Pacific.....there were a number of combat jumps initiated by those airborne elements during… Read More
In the military, a division has between 10,000 and 30,000 men. A division can be made up of a few units called regiments.
US 82nd Airborne Division US 101st Airborne Division
What is it called when the break up division or fragmentation of a large political unit into smaller hostile political units?
Balkanization means The division of a state into smaller territorial units but I believe that your question correct answer is secession movement.
The horizontal sweep of an oscilloscope is in time per division or seconds per division.
There were many units involved in the landing. Even an infantry division is composed of many small units such as signal corps companies etc. Infantry and armored Landing forces: 116th Regimental Combat Team(RCT) of the 29th Infantry Division 743rd Tank Battalion 16th RCT of the 1st Infantry Division 741st Tank Battalion Three companies of the 2nd Ranger Battalion were to take a fortified battery at Pointe du Hoc, followed by 5th Ranger Battalion. At H+195… Read More
The division of a political unit (country) into smaller units.
the American 3rd division
By multiplication or division by some power of 10 .
Hamburger Hill was the 101st Air Cavalry Division and the 1st Cavalry Division, both Army units.
The Geologic Time Scale
The difference (subtraction) or quotient (division).
How many cans of paint are needed to cover an area of 2200 sq units if one can of paint cover an area of 400 sq units?
The answer is 5.5 cans. You figure this by basic division: (2200 units) / (400 units per can) = 5.5 cans
The answer will depend on the two units. It will entail multiplication by a number that is greater than 1 (or division by a number smaller than 1).
The US Armored Division was a division that was organized to be a mobile unit that used tanks. The US Army did not have armored divisions when Germany began its "blitzkrieg" attacks across Europe. The US have very few good tanks. The US Army organized the Division to have 2 Armored Regiments and 1 Armored-infantry (or mobile infantry) Regiment. Later, this organization was found to be too bulky. Also, they saw the need to have… Read More
proportions are used in calculations to help in the division of parts into units for effective distribution.
Third Marine Division (Reinforced)
The answer depends on the units used in the numbers of the division.
4: The 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, CA The 2nd Marine Division at Camp Lejune, NC The 3rd Marine Division at Camp Butler, Japan The 4th Marine Division(reserve units) in New Orleans, Louisiana
Allied units included the US 7th Army (Sicily only), the US 5th Army and British 8th Army. American formations included in Sicily the 1st, 3rd, and 45th Infantry Divisions, the 82nd Airborne Division, and the 1st Ranger Battalion. After Sicily the 1st Infantry Division was moved to England to prepare for the Normandy landings. large as two regiments, or 2/3rds of a division) and some smaller units. There were units from Australia, Poland, New Zealand… Read More
Fallshirmjaeger Rgt #2 was part of the 2nd Fallshirmjaeger Division. During the Allied invasion of Italy, in 1943 the following Fallshirmjaeger units were involved: 1st Fallshirmjaeger Division 2nd Fallshirmjaeger Division. Monte Cassino was fougth during 1944 by which time the 2nd Fallshirmjaeger Division had been transferred to the Western Front and replaced with 4th Fallshirmjaeger Division. Monte Cassino was defended by 1st Fallshirmjaeger Division. The first units to arrive at the site were 1st &… Read More
the 4th Infantry division was sent there in december 1944
18 to 22 thousand men depending on attached support units
How many cans of paint are needed to cover an area of 2200 square units if one can of paint covers an area of 400 square units?
The answer is 5.5 cans. You figure this by basic division: (2200 units) / (400 units per can) = 5.5 cans which means you have to buy 6 cans.
The 34th "Red Bull" Infantry Division was one of the earliest units to arrive in England. Also the 1st Armored Division arrived there and transitioned to the newer Sherman tanks. Both of these units were the first to be sent into combat in North Africa. The 1st Infantry Division arrived early in UK, I believe. Since the 34th Division fought continually in N. Africa, and Italy, it accrued more time in combat then the 1st… Read More
The nucleus is the part of the cell concerned with maintenance of DNA. Chromosomes are used to package DNA into transferable units. These units are transferred during cell-replication and division.
The Totenkopf division was a unit of the Nazi SS which was rooted in the SS-TotenkopfverbÃ¤nde, which was later raised to division strength. Later, it would be amalgamated into the Waffen SS as a full military division. These were the units which were responsible for the operation of the concentration camps.
The scale divisions indicate the value of measuring units of volume, temperature, pressure, etc.
geologic time scale. i got this answer from a final in my science class
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It is an operation with blocks,flats,longs and units that can be answered by addition,subtraction,multiplication and division.
Members of the 6th Division and supporting units stationed there.
Your father-in-law now deceased served with the 141st field artillery battalion during world war 2 you would like to trace his movements especially his path from Italy to the battle of the bulge?
Answer The 141st Field Artillery Battalion was part of the 36th "Texas" Infantry Division. If you research books and links related to the 36th Infantry Division, this will provide details of the artillery units as well. I do not think the 36th Infantry Division fought at the Battle of the Bulge. It may be possible that the artillery battalion was detached from this division and loaned to another unit. Reference Books: "T-Patch to Victory" (relates… Read More
one of the units was the 325th glider regiment of the 101st airborne division
A phoneme is one of the units of sound that distinguish one word from another in a particular language.
25th ID the "Tropical Lightning" division (in Vietnam jokingly called the "electric strawberry) & the Americal Division, same outfit that Generals Schwartzkoff and Powell served with in Vietnam.
Are you sure you have the correct unit? There usually were no "artillery division". This Q was posted under WW2 and USA. I think you are referring to Indian units of the British Army. Maybe you mean the "divisional artillery of the 40th Indian Infantry Division", meaning the artillery that were assigned to the 40th Division. That is my guess. In that case, they would wear a cloth shoulder insignia of the 40th Division. But… Read More
Most likely in the vicinity of St. Aignan, France. The 163rd Infantry was part of the 41st Infantry Division (National Guard). The Division was organized at Camp Greene, N. C., near Charlotte, in September 1917. The Division was composed of National Guard Troops from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Its nickname was the "Sunset Division". The Division remained in training at Camp Greene until October, when parts of it began embarking for France, the… Read More
New cells are produced from the division of excisting cells.
They were called legions, with six to ten thousand men, the equivalent of a division in a modern army.
The area is 12 with a remainder of 1.I solved this problem by using division.
These units are usually called "Internal Affairs" or "Professional Standards."
The Republic of Slovenia has a total of 62 administrative districts. They're called Administrative Units and are sub units of the government. Each unit is headed by a head of unit who is selected by the Administer of Public Administration.
The Horizontal Division of Labour works on the basis of allocating staff resources to areas that require those skills. Furthermore, the division type also clearly specifies different department/branches that exist in an organisation; this can also extend further to project groups. The division of labour also distinguishes between employee units and production line units where the employees use their knowledge and training to coordinate the activities and operations of the production line units, in order… Read More
in a platoon there is 16 to 44 soldiers in a division there is 10,000 to 15,000 soldiers. if you do the math you get about 340 15,000/44=340.9 +++++++++++++++++++ The above math may not be an accurate answer. Many of the 15,000 men in a division were in support units. For example, a typical infantry division in WW2 also included 4 artillery battalions. These were sub-divided into Batteries but they had no platoons. There were… Read More
How did MASH units get their names What does the number stand for For example the 4077 or 8063 mash Is that how many units there were is it a coordinate or does it stand for something else entirely?
No. There were not nearly that many MASH units. It's just how they were numbered. For example, if you see a reference to the 82nd Airborne Division, it does not mean that there are eighty-one others.
The 11th Armored Cav Regiment and the First Cavalry Division, among others.