Armored division

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Ar´mored division

1.(Mil.) a division of a land army which is equipped with armored vehicles such as tanks or armored personnel carriers.
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This move is just the latest in a series of military restructures announced by President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi, which has included the disbanding of the First Armored Division and Republican Guards and the formation of seven new military regions in late April of this year.
Because of the necessity of compressing the Ruhr pocket, the 8th Armored Division was unavailable, so the 83rd Infantry Division was .
SIXTH ARMORED DIVISION (9TH A1B)--October 19-23, 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada, Contact Donna Dolovy, Phone (602) 249-2440.
Loading of the 1st Armored Division equipment at Ash Shuiaba presented special challenges, said Col.
The 1st Armored Division developed and implemented an intense deployment training program that set the stage for mission success.
A second ceremony will honor the return of all 1st Armored Division Soldiers to their home stations in Germany.
8, we didn't even know if we were going to have a country anymore,'' said Bert Harrison, who served in Europe with an Army armored division.
In Germany during the 1980s he commanded a tank battalion and armored brigade of the 3d Infantry Division and was Chief of Staff, 3d Armored Division astride the Fulda Gap.
He explained that the of the Armored Division 10, Division 7 and Brigade 8moved to repel the terrorist attack with the arrival of more than 500 fighters from the tribes of the sons of Albu Assaf and Albu Obeid to support the security forces.
The First Armored Division was headed by General Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar who has been appointed as the presidential advisor for defense and security affairs.
Exiting cargoes come from such units as the 1st Armored Division, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the 82nd Airborne Division, and the 4th Infantry Division.
After basic and advanced training, he was shipped to Germany for 15 months in the Third Armored Division, serving in the same company with, ironically, America's most famous citizen at the time - Elvis Presley.

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