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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Dickerson, a military and naval historian and US Navy veteran, describes the role of the US ArmyAEs 16th Armored Division during World War II in Czechoslovakia, the last US armored division to be activated in the war, the last deployed to the European Theater, and the last to see combat.
Caption: An M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle assigned to 2nd Squadron, 13th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, and an AH-64 Apache helicopter assigned to 3-6 Heavy Attack Reconnaissance Squadron, Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Armored Division, Fort Bliss, Texas, participate in the CAB'S aerial gunnery exercise at McGregor Training Complex, NM.
According to Moscow, the deployment of an entire US Armored Division in Poland is in violation of the agreement between Russia and NATO.
1st Armored Division G-2, using the aforementioned training model, begins to facilitate and support subordinate brigades' intelligence training through an analysis of our corps' training guidance and dialog with our brigade S-2s.
The 9th armored division, Federal Police and Rapid Response troops retook more than 30 percent of al-Haramat al-Thaniya district, the Kurdish-owned Rudaw network reported earlier on Sunday indicating fierce clashes ongoing there.
At noon on Sunday a large fire erupted at the headquarter of the 6th Military Command, formerly known as the 1st Armored Division, when a nearby gas station blew up due to the fighting.
In October 2013, after years (many of them pre-Google) of trying to track down news about members of the army unit that liberated Mauthausanwhere Kreuzman was imprisoned after harrowing stints in Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, FlossenburgKreuzman read the Star Ledger's 65th wedding anniversary announcement for Joe and Anne Barbella: "A veteran of World War II, Joseph served in the 11th Armored Division which liberated the Mauthausen concentration camp.
To do this, the brigade coordinated with the Fort Bliss logistics community, which includes the Army Field Support Battalion--Bliss, the Fort Bliss Directorate of Logistics (DOL), the Mission Support Element G-4, the 1st Armored Division G-4, Defense Logistics Agency representatives, brigade combat team (BCT) S-4s, brigade support battalions (BSBs), and other key teammates.
Meanwhile, Al-Ahmar, the deposed commander of the First Armored Division, welcomed the decrees in an interview with the Al-Jazeera satellite network shortly after they were reported by state television.
Above) A Soldier from 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division moves into position in front of vehicles equipped with Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 during the Network Integration Evaluation 12.
He also led the multi-national training effort in Iraq and commanded the First Armored Division in Baghdad.
I WAS A RIFLEMAN in Company B of the 54th Armored Infantry Battalion of the 10th Armored Division, Patton's Third Army.

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