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  • [[Image:1st Cavalry Division - Shoulder Sleeve Insignia.png|thumb|300px|1st Cavalry insignia:The insignia selected for the First team patch was designe | title = http://pao.hood.army.mil/1stcavdiv/about/history/patch.htm
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  • A heavy [[division]] of the [[United States Army]], partially deployed to [[Baghdad]]; part
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  • {{r|1st Infantry Division (U.S.)}} {{r|2nd Armored Division (U.S.)}}
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  • ***[[82nd Airborne Division]] ***[[101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)]]
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  • {{r|4th Infantry Division||***}} {{r|1st Armored Division (U.S.)||***}}
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  • ===Divisions=== {{r|1st Infantry Division (U.S.)}}
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  • [[Image:1st Cavalry Division - Shoulder Sleeve Insignia.png|thumb|300px|1st Cavalry insignia:The insignia selected for the First team patch was designe | title = http://pao.hood.army.mil/1stcavdiv/about/history/patch.htm
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  • **[[1st Infantry Division (U.S.)]] **[[25th Infantry Division]]
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  • ...alry, an innovation of [[Napoleon Bonaparte]]. Before the invention of the division, commanders had to make ''ad hoc'' formations for every engagement, an e ...s idea and created interchangeable divisions of standardized capabilities. Divisions were used in the [[American Civil War]], but without significant standa
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  • ...mored Corps]], the [[1st Cavalry Division]], and training organizations of division size
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  • ...'''. It was executed in three operations: ''All the Way'' conducted by the 1st Brigade from 27 October to November 9; ''Silver Bayonet I'' by the 3rd Brig ...e of the concepts of operation and intelligence and the US 1st Air Cavalry Division was in control of the troops and the logistics.<ref name=VinhLoc>{{citat
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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 ...the deployment of the [[1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile)]]. Apropos of the 1st Cav, separate articles already exist on the [[Battle of the Ia Drang]] and
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  • *divisional sectors 45 to 85 km wide and 20 km deep, split into ...combat force was concentrated in an operational zone about 10 km deep. The divisional logistic and administrative area was concentrated in a more secure zon
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  • ...] on [[19 March]] and began loading cargo the next day for the Army's 27th Division in preparation for the [[Battle of Okinawa|Ryukyus campaign]]. ''Whitesi ...zon]] with units of the [[1st Cavalry Division (United States)|1st Cavalry Division]].
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  • {{r|3rd Infantry Division (U.S.)||****}} {{r|82nd Airborne Division||****}}
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  • ...campaign, composed of multiple battles against the a [[division (military)|division]]-sized force from the [[People's Army of Viet Nam]] ([[PAVN]]). Most we ...eld Force was the first operational U.S. airmobile unit, the [[1st Cavalry Division]], commanded by MG [[Harry Kinnard]]. <ref name=Hay>{{citation
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  • {{r|101st Airborne Division}} {{r|1st Cavalry Division}}
    1 KB (184 words) - 00:12, 12 January 2010
  • {{r|1st Armored Division (U.S.)}} {{r|1st Cavalry Division}}
    4 KB (620 words) - 16:20, 29 November 2012
  • ...th Vietnam in half. For this large operation, the PAVN created its first [[division]] headquarters, under then-brigadier general [[Chu Huy Man]]. ...e of the best tactics to use against the [[air assault]] capability of the 1st Cav, so BG Man revised a plan to bring to try to fight the helicopter-mobil
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  • ...ments started in mid-1969, and by the end of the year the entire 3d Marine Division had departed. <ref name=III-MAF>{{citation ...uipped with helicopters than a standard U.S. division. In other words, one division was to take over the area covered by three, one of which had exceptional
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  • *[[1st Armored Division (U.S.)]] *[[3rd Infantry Division (U.S.)]]
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  • ...[[Rob Richer]], Chief of the [[Central Intelligence Agency]] Middle East Division, said there was plenty of blame to distribute, but also cites [[Condalee ...rouse that then LTG-[[David Petraeus]] was the right MNF-I commander. As a division commander in Iraq, he had what was widely agreed as the most effective c
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