The Infantry S Armor

Author: Harry Yeide
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811743799
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... 90th Infantry Division, NARA; “1st Bn Action at Le Bourg St. Leonard,” interview
with Maj. Leroy Pond and other battalion officers, Combat Interviews, 90th
Infantry Division, NARA. Aaron Elson, Tanks for the Memories: An Oral History of
the 712th Tank Battalion from World War II (Hackensack, NJ: Chi Chi Press, 1994
), 66–68. “The Gap at Chambois—Aug 15–22, 1944,” Combat Interviews, 90th
Infantry Division, NARA. History, 12th Army Group Armored Section. S-3 Journal

Mobility Shock And Firepower The Emergence Of The U S Army S Armor Branch 1917 1945

Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160872419
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Supporters of the organization considered it superior in cohesiveness and
combat effectiveness to one that included only tanks, armored cars, or foot
infantry; but questions emerged concerning the ability to maintain and supply
such a diverse ... Fort Benning occupied a 97,000-acre military reservation with a
variety of hills, valleys, streams, rivers, forests, and open clearings.45 The
purpose of the Infantry School was to teach tactics and techniques and to act as
the chief of Infantry 's ...

Ruck It Up

Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160876301
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Thereafter, he was an advisor in the Vietnamese 25th Infantry Division. Later
assignments included duty with the 4th Battalion, 35th Armor, as the Assistant S-3
; with the 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry, of the 1st Armored Division, in Germany as
company commander, S-4, and as battalion maintenance officer; and with the
United States Recruiting Command. He again served with the 1st Armored
Division as Deputy G-3; Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 52d Infantry; and S-3, 3d

The Bradley And How It Got That Way

Author: W. Blair Haworth
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313309748
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Bost, Fred H. "Rifle Squad Leader." Infantry 5 1 (November-December 1 96 1 ): 4-
7. Boudinot, Burton S. "An Approach to the Scout Vehicle Dilemma." Armor 79 (
1970): 44-45. Boudinot, Burton S. "Fast Troops." Armor 89 (September-October
1980): 30-35. Boudinot, Burton S. "A Kingdom for a Tank." Armor 96 (May-June
1987): 49. Boudinot, Burton S. "Schnelle Truppen [sic] and the ACMV." Armor 73 (
March-April 1964): 5 1-54. Boudinot, Burton S. "We Must Learn from the Past" (

Fact Sheet S On The Airborne Division S American Division Armored Division S Cavalry Division S Infantry Division S And Mountain Division

Author: United States. Army Field Forces
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1943 and was then named commanding officer of the 480th Armored Infantry Re
linen t of the 20th Armored Division at Camp Campbell, Ky. In April 1944 he
became commanding officer of Combat Command "A" of the 8th Armored
Division at Camp Folk, La., went overseas with the division in Nov. 1944, and in
Aug. 1945 became commanding general. COMPONENT UNITS! 18th, 36th, and
80th Tank Battalions; 7th, 49th and 58th Armored infantry Battalions, 398th, 399th
and 405th ...

Camp Colt To Desert Storm

Author: George F. Hofmann
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813146577
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Benson, C.C. “Armored Car Design.” Infantry Journal (Apr. 1929). . “The New
Christie, Model 1940.” Infantry Journal (Sept-Oct. 1929), also in Army Ordnance (
Sept-Oct. 1929). . “Tank Divisions.” Infantry Journal (Jan. 1931). Berry, F. Clifton
Jr. “Doctrine Developed in a Vacuum.” Armed Forces Jour— nal International (
Oct. 1976). Betson, William R. “Sidi Bou Zid—A Case History of Failure.” ARMOR
(Nov-Dec. 1982). Boudinot, Burton S. "Sheridan Memoir: The Early Days.”

Vietnam An Infantry And Cavalry Platoon Leader S Story

Author: Dennis Scheer
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475997582
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After AOB in Fort Knox, l was assigned to the Big Red One Infantry Division in Ft.
Riley, Kansas. It was a mechanized infantry division, which meant it had armor (
tanks) attached to it. The first time I was assigned the position of platoon leader
was when l was assigned to the First Battalion of the Seventy-Seventh Armor,
which was attached to the Big Red One. An armor platoon in the First Battalion of
the Seventy-Seventh Armor consisted of five M60 tanks, each weighing more
than sixty ...


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He received a BS. from the U.S. Military Academy, an M.P.A. from Harvard
University's Kennedy School of Government, and an MA. from the U.S. Naval War
College. His military education includes the Infantry Officer Basic Course, Infantry
Officer Advanced Course, and the College of Naval Command and Staff. He has
served in various command and staff positions to include deputy chief of
operations and operations planner, Joint Special Operations Command, Fort
Bragg; battalion ...

A Colonel In The Armored Divisions

Author: William S. Triplet
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826263605
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A Memoir, 1941-1945 William S. Triplet Robert H. Ferrell. One. The. Infantry.
Board. I reported for duty to the president of the Infantry Board, Colonel Taylor, on
December 4, 1940. Colonel Taylor always reminded me slightly of George
Washington—features, reserve, and leadership. He gave me a general briefing
on the mission of the ... I was assigned to a metal desk in the basement of the
headquarters of the Infantry School— the thinkers had individual rooms on the
floor above.