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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Stanton, Shelby L., 1948-
Order of battle, U.S. Army, World War II.
Novato, CA : Presidio, ©1984
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Shelby L Stanton
|Notes:||Spine title: Order of battle WW II.|
|Description:||xiv, 620 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 32 cm|
|Contents:||In this book, the author "provides a detailed picture of the U.S. Army's fighting edge. Order of Battle covers the structure and organization of the Army's ground combat forces. It documents and illustrates the service of U.S. Army infantry, cavalry, armored, tank destroyer, field artillery, coast artillery, and engineer units from battalion through division" --
Book jacket. "The sum of the information gathered here is not available anywhere else --
in the private sector, the military, or in the government. Included are: Unit listings organized according to major command and branch of service; Combat units (including engineer), detailed to battalion level. Divisional attachments are given and Army garrison forces listed; Insignia. A collection of distinctive insignia for those Army units larger than battalion as authorized by the U.S. Army; Weaponry, equipment, vehicles, and combat photographs; Army deployments and stations: a detailed overview for every area of the world; Listings and description of Army ground force posts, camps, and stations, including ports of embarkation; Authorized strength tables for all units listed, as well as detailed organizational charts for many battalions and subdivisional units never before published" --
|Other Titles:||Order of battle, US Army, World War II.
Order of battle WW II.
Order of battle WW 2.
Order of battle WW Two.
|Responsibility:||Shelby L. Stanton.|