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  • ...]] created for service in the [[Second World War]]. Disbanded in 1945, the division was reactivated twice during the [[Cold War]]. ..., and a general mobilization of a [[field force]] (soon to be designated [[Canadian Active Service Force]]) followed when the invasion of Poland by Germany was
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  • A formation of the [[Canadian Army]], created for service in the [[Second World War]], disbanded in 1945,
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/1st Canadian Infantry Division]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|First Canadian Army}}
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  • {{r|1st Canadian Infantry Division}} {{r|1st Infantry Division (U.S.)}}
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  • ...]] created for service in the [[Second World War]]. Disbanded in 1945, the division was reactivated twice during the [[Cold War]]. ..., and a general mobilization of a [[field force]] (soon to be designated [[Canadian Active Service Force]]) followed when the invasion of Poland by Germany was
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/First Canadian Army]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|1st Canadian Infantry Division}}
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  • ...s]] and [[paratroop |airborne]] operation involving American, British, and Canadian forces, tasked with taking the island, part of Italy, from the Axis. The gr ...d XVI) of coastal defence units plus four front line [[division (military)|division]] and miscellaneous units under army command together with one German Pa
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  • .... Nevertheless, it was considered the best sensor used by the 9th Infantry Division, because, as opposed to other MASINT and SIGINT sensors, it could give h ...including defects, on both Vietnamese and Americans. This was also used by Canadian Forces in Canada, who documented the later-understood health effects. <ref
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  • ...onverting the Army from a division-organized to a brigade-organized force. Divisions still will exist, but they have principally become headquarters units f .... Army]] is converting from a structure in which the [[division (military)|division]] was the basic "unit of action", to a system where the '''unit of actio
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  • {{r|1st Infantry Division (U.S.)||**}} ===U.S. states and Canadian provinces of the Great Plains===
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  • ...on [[10 May]]. At Guadalcanal, the attack cargo ship loaded troops of the 1st Marine Provisional Brigade and began amphibious training exercises which la ...]] when she returned to sea and set a course back to the Marianas. On the 21st, she arrived off Guam, and her troops landed near [[Apra Harbor|Orote Penin
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  • | last = USMC, 1st Radio Battalion, Vietnam Veterans | title = History - 1st Radio Battalion 1943 - 1973
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  • ...es, with numerous competing ethnic, religious, racial, regional, and class divisions. ...communication made logistics relatively easier. At one point they moved 8 divisions from the Western to the Eastern front in less than a week. Their indust
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