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OOB US Army (Battle of the Bulge)

Source Documents: Danny S. Parker, Battle of the Bulge, Hitler's Ardennes Offensive, 1944-1945, 1991, Combined Book Inc, Hong Kong; Shelby S. Stanton, Order of...

24-ID – OOB – WW-2

Document Source: US Army War Department Order of Battle US Army 1945; Wikipedia; Philippine Scouts Revue The 24th Infantry Division traces its lineage to Army...

13-A/B – OOB – WW-2

The 13th Airborne Division (nicknamed Black Cats, because this unit was activated on a Friday the 13th and was sent home to be disbanded...

17-A/B – OOB – WW-2

The 17th Airborne Division (Thunder from Heaven) was officially activated as an airborne division in April 1943 but was not immediately sent to combat,...

11-AD – OOB – WW-2

The 11th Armored Division (Thunderbolt) was activated on August 15, 1942, at Camp Polk, Louisiana and moved on June 24, 1943, for the 3-A...

11-A/B – OOB – WW-2

The 11th Airborne Division (nicknamed Angels) was a US Army Airborne formation, first activated on February 25 1943. Different from their sister divisions, the...

10th Mountain Division – WW-2

The 10th Light Division (Pack Alpine) was constituted on Jul 10, 1943, and activated five days later at Camp Hale, Colorado, under the command...

10-AD – OOB – WW-2

The US 10th Armored Division was activated on Jul 15, 1942, at Fort Benning, Georgia, and moved on Jun 24, 1943, to the Second...

9th Infantry Division – WW-2

The 9th Infantry Division was activated at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Aug 1, 1940, as the 9th Division and participated in both, the...

9-AD – OOB – WW-2

The 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, was constituted on August 29, 1917, and organized as Headquarters, 3rd Brigade, 15th Cavalry Division in December of...