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  • Division Matrix Active Army Divisions
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  • Campaigns of the United States Army 1 Revolutionary War (16 Streamers) Lexington 19 April 1775 Ticonderoga 10 May 1775 Boston 17 June 1775-17 March
  • the streamers authorized for display on the Army flag. Individual units are sometimes authorized additional streamers to reflect war service in engagements outside the limitations of the 178 campaigns.
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  • the battle of Shiloh the Confederate army retired to Corinth where it intrenched itself and awaited the further advance of the Federal troops. General Halleck having assumed command of the combined forces of the army of the
  • officers of the regiment, as shown by the army Register for 1812, consisted of one colonel, one lieutenant-colonel, one major, ten captains, ten first lieutenants, nine second lieutenants, eleven ensigns, one surgeon and two
  • with an act of Congress reducing the army to 10,000 men. It was again organized in April, 1847, under the provisions of an act of Congress approved in the preceding February, authorizing the organization of "an
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  • Armor-Cavalry, Part I: Regular Army and Army Reserve by Mary Lee Stubbs and Stanley Russell Connor (1969) The Continental Army
  • Armor-Cavalry, Part I: Regular Army and Army Reserve by Mary Lee Stubbs and Stanley Russell Connor (1969) The Continental Army
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  • U.S. Army General Officers U.S. Army Commanding Generals
  • U.S. Army Commanding Generals U.S. Army Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army Five-Star
  • U.S. Army Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army Five-Star Generals The First Female General
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  • on the Center's main Web site, www.history.army.mil . In addition, army historians maintain the organizational history of army units, allowing the Center to provide units of the Regular army, the army National Guard, and the army
  • Assistant to the Secretary of the army, is responsible for the appropriate use of history throughout the United States army. Traditionally, this mission has meant recording the official history of the army in both peace and war,
  • use of history throughout the United States army. Traditionally, this mission has meant recording the official history of the army in both peace and war, while advising the army Staff on historical matters. In terms of this tradition, the
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  • Visit Army Civilian Personnel Online for more information on possible job vacancies. Special Programs & Awards Cmh
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  • Naming Army Installations Historically, what has been the process for naming U.S. Army Installations? Naming Army Installations The earliest official
  • what has been the process for naming U.S. Army Installations? Naming Army Installations The earliest official policy on the naming of posts and forts is found in War Department General Order Number
  • Installations? Naming Army Installations The earliest official policy on the naming of posts and forts is found in War Department General Order Number 11, dated 8 February 1832. The order stated, “All
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  • the Medical Service Corps from 1917, and the Army Medical Specialist Corps from 1947. The Army Organization Act of 1950 renamed the Medical Department as the Army Medical Service. On June 4, 1968,
  • The U.S. Army was founded on June 14, 1775, when the Continental Congress authorized enlistment of riflemen to serve the United Colonies for one year. For more on the history of the U.S. Army birthday, click
  • one year. For more on the history of the U.S. Army birthday, click here: the Army birthday BASIC BRANCHES: Infantry, June 14, 1775 Ten companies of
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  • command, he is required to report to the nearest army post in person or by letter and transportation will be issued him. If however, he is one day late after his time is out, in reporting to the nearest post, he is debarred from receiving
  • ascertaining deficits. Chief Surgeon of the army Greenleaf will visit the camp in a short while and will visit each regiment, giving each surgeon a chance of consulting him about any matter that is in doubt.... Major Hysell, division
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