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    Pequena grande duvida

    Qual a diferença de pelotao companhia batalhao regimento divisao ?

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    já tentou o dicionário?

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    Google is your friend!

    Po nem to com saco de traduzir isso ...


    US Army:

    1. Most Branches (infantry, combate engineers, armor, etc):

    squad-->platoon-->company-->battalion-->regiment-->brigade-->division-->corps
    (5-11) (25-40) (80-150+) (400-800) (special) (1K-3K) (~10-20K)

    (numbers in parens are common strengths in # of soldiers; corps are
    just Big)(note that #'s vary widely by branch and mission
    configuration, i.e., light, heavy, airborne, etc)

    2. Armored Cavalry:

    squad-->platoon-->troop-->squadron-->regiment-->division (no cav corps
    in the US Army)

    in the Cavalry, a regiment if a real fighting unit. In all other
    branches/units, it is an honorific and assignment type thing, has
    nothing to do with who commands who (note that this was not always
    true; we used to have real fighting regiments).

    3. Field Artillery:

    squad/gun crew/something like that-->platoon/section/something like
    that-->battery-->battalion-->from here on, same as 1., above.

    I am not an artilleryman, so I'm not familiar with the inner-company
    units; the above are little more than guesses below battery level.

    4. Special Forces:

    A-Teams and B-Teams (I've worked with snake-eaters and still don't
    know how these two fit in together, except that a B-Team is larger and
    is designed to train a larger indigenous unit (I believe A-Teams are
    equipped to train companies and B-Teams battalions, but it may be one
    level above that)-->company-->battalion-->group

    5. Aviation and combat support/combat service support units (from MPs
    and commo to finance and AG) I know very little about. I assume they
    follow the basic infantry organization pattern, with more sections and
    fewer squads.

    Anyway, that's a primer. The moderator is right, the US Army tends to
    group units by 3's in the post-Vietnam era.

    And all this has to be followed by the disclaimer that the US Army is
    tending more and more toward "force tailoring", or adding and removing
    subordinate units as needed to fit the mission at hand (so today your
    division has two brigades, tomorrow it has five). But that's only for
    combat and training exercises. In garrison things are very steady as
    shown above.

    Hope this helps!

    JP

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    This is a very broad subject and partly depends on what time period you are
    looking at - a 1940 Panzer Brigade is a very different animal to a 1944 one.
    The PanzerWaffe must be one of the best documented military forces in history
    and there are hundreds and hundreds of books covering it organisation and
    tactics, many on a unit-by-unit basis, also bear in mind that the majority of
    the fighting troops in panzer division were in the mororised rifle units, not
    riding tanks, however:

    (real organisations can vary wildy, esp number of battalions per regiment)

    1940 Panzer Div:

    Panzer Brigade;
    Two Panzer Regiments;
    Regimental HQ company
    Two Panzer Battalions;
    each two light and one heavy company, with four platoons of 5 tanks
    plus 2 HQ tanks per co, also Battalion HQ company.
    Schutzen Brigade;
    Motorcycle Battalion
    three motorcyle companies
    motorcycle MG company
    support company
    Schutzen Regiment;
    Regimental HQ Co with gun company (8x75mm, 4x150mm)
    Three battalions (only two in 1941);
    BHQ
    three rifle companies with CHQ, three rifle and one weapons platoon
    (roughly 40 men w. 4 LMG per platoon, weapons had 2 MG34, 3 50mm
    mortar - by 1941 had 2 MG34 per squad)
    MG company (8xMG34, 6x81mm mortar)
    support company (3x37mm AT, 2x75mm Inf Guns)
    (all ride trucks, apart from possibly 1st company in 1st battalion
    with halftracks)
    Artillery Regiment;
    Two light artillery battalions (12x105mm ea)
    Anti tank battalion;
    Three companies of 12 37mm AT guns each.
    Engineer Battalion;
    4 engineer companies including one armoured assault engineer co.
    Recon battalion;
    Two armoured car companies, one motorcycle company, support company.


    1944 Panzer Div;
    Panzer Regiment;
    RHQ Co (flak, signals etc)
    Two battalions;
    BHQ Co (flak, engineers etc)
    3-4 tank companies, each of 3-4 platoons of 4-5 tanks ea plus 2 CHQ
    (official est still 22 tank companies)
    PanzerGrenadier Brigade;
    Two PanzerGrenadier Regiments;
    each has two battalions, organised as for 1940 except one battalion now
    in halftracks, mortars generally 81mm and 120mm, plus addition of SP
    flak units. Rifle platoons generally have at least two MG42s ea, plus
    piles of Panzerfausts.
    Artillery Regiment
    one battalion 12x105mm
    one battalion 12x150mm
    one SP battalion with 12xWespe, 6xHummel
    Anti-tank battalion
    one towed company 12x75mm
    two SP companies, 10-14 PanzerJags ea
    Flak battalion
    one SP co (12x Quad 20mm)
    two towed co (6 88mm, 3 37mm ea)
    Engineer battalion
    three companies
    Recon battalion

    1944 Panzer Brigades were independant formations, generally comprised or 1-2
    tank battalions, 1-2 panzergrenadier battalions, plus attached engineers,
    flak, recon etc. Herr Altmann who posts to the group served in one.

    Quick tour of a complex subject, I'm sure there are plenty of holes to be
    picked in this!

    Cheers
    Martin

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    >
    >My understanding of the organization of WW2 US Army infantry structures
    >is as follows:


    Your understanding is basically accurate but it may be clearer by putting
    it differently..

    >Division lead by major general, consisted of about 10 battalions

    A Division would normally contain 2 to 3 brigades plus units assigned
    directly to the Division, such as a Division Artillery, Headquaters,
    Military Intelligence, Signal, Supply, etc. Roughly 8-12000 troops

    >Brigade lead by brigadier general, consisted of 2-5 battalions

    A Brigade would consist of 2 to 4 Regiments about 3-5000 troops

    >Regiment lead by colonel, consisted of 3 battalions
    A Regiment would consist of 3 battalions about 12-1500 troops

    >Battalion lead by lt. colonel, consisted of 5 companies (hq, weapons,
    >and 3 rifle)

    A Battalion would consist of 4 or 5 companies(depending on type of
    Battalion, infantry, maintenance, signal, etc.) about 3-500 troops

    >Company lead by captain consisted of 3 rifle platoons, 1 weapons platoon
    >
    A company would consist of(again depending on the company) of 4 or 5
    platoons totalling about 100-150 troops
    >and hq.
    >
    Platoon lead by lieutenant divided into 2 or more squad.
    Platoons would normally contain 4 squads of about 25-30 troops

    >
    >Second-where does a major fit in to the command structure?
    Majors normally serve as executive officers of battalions, staff officers at
    Regiment or higher level and occasionally as company or battalion commanders

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    resumindo?

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    Originalmente enviada por P4tt3r§øN
    resumindo?
    Resumindo, essa são as definições de esquadroes, platoes, batalhoes, companhias, brigadas, regimentos, facçoes, rebeliões e etc

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    mas eu quero saber a ordem entendeu

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    Originalmente enviada por P4tt3r§øN
    mas eu quero saber a ordem entendeu
    squad-->platoon-->company-->battalion-->regiment-->brigade-->division-->corps
    (5-11) (25-40) (80-150+) (400-800) (special) (1K-3K) (~10-20K)

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    Originalmente enviada por P4tt3r§øN
    mas eu quero saber a ordem entendeu
    praq vc ker saber?

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    Originalmente enviada por Silver H4wk
    praq vc ker saber?
    pra saber qual eh subdivisao de cada uma

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