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  • US Army OOB, August 1953

    First Army, Governor's Island, NY
    Second Army, Fort Meade, MD
    Third Army, Fort McPherson, GA
    Fourth Army, Fort Sam Houston, TX
    Fourth Field Army (Provisional), Fort Hood, TX
    Fifth Army, Chicago & Fort Sherdian, IL
    Sixth Army, Presidio of San Francisco, CA
    Seventh Army, Vaihingen, Germany
    Eighth Army, Yongsan, Korea

    I Corps, Uijongbu, Korea
    III Corps, Fort MacArthur, CA
    V Corps, Frankfurt, Germany
    VII Corps, Mohringen, Germany
    IX Corps, Chongnyong-ni, Korea
    X Corps, Kwandae-ni, Korea
    XVI Corps, Sendai, Japan
    XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, NC

    1st Armored Division (Fourth Army), Fort Hood, TX
    1st Cavalry Division, Makonamai, Japan
    1st Infantry Division, Wurzburg, Germany
    2nd Armored Division, Bad Kreuznach, Germany
    2nd Infantry Division, Yongchon, Korea
    3rd Armored Division (Second Army), Fort Knox, KY
    3rd Infantry Division, Yongchon, Korea
    4th Infantry Division, Frankfurt, Germany
    5th Armored Division (Fourth Army), Camp Chaffee, AR
    5th Infantry Division (Second Army), Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, PA
    6th Armored Division (Fifth Army), Fort Leonard Wood, MO
    6th Infantry Division (Sixth Army), Fort Ord, CA
    7th Armored Division (Sixth Army), Camp Roberts, CA
    7th Infantry Division, Taekwang-ni, Korea
    8th Infantry Division (Third Army), Fort Jackson, SC
    9th Infantry Division (First Army), Fort Dix, NJ
    10th Infantry Division (Fifth Army), Fort Riley, KS
    11th Airborne Division (Third Army), Fort Campbell, KY
    24th Infantry Division, Pusan, Korea
    25th Infantry Division, Ohlaimuto, Korea
    28th Infantry Division, Goppingen, Germany
    31st Infantry Division (Fifth Army), Camp Atterbury, IN
    37th Infantry Division (Fourth Army), Camp Polk, LA
    40th Infantry Division, Yahon-ni, Korea
    43rd Infantry Division, Augsburg, Germany
    44th Infantry Division (Sixth Army), Fort Lewis, WA
    45th Infantry Division, Chunchon, Korea
    47th Infantry Division (Third Army), Camp Rucker, AL
    82nd Airborne Division (Third Army), Fort Bragg, NC
    101st Airborne Division (Second Army), Camp Breckinridge, KY

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    1st Armored Division, Fort Hood, TX
    *Headquarters
    *Headquarters Company
    *Medical Detachment
    *Combat Command A
    **Headquarters and Headquarters Company
    *Combat Command B
    **Headquarters and Headquarters Company
    *Reserve Command
    **Headquarters and Headquarters Company
    *141st Armored Signal Company
    *501st MP Company
    *81st Reconnaissance Battalion
    *25th Armored Infantry Battalion
    *634th Armored Infantry Battalion
    *701st Armored Infantry Battalion
    *702nd Armored Infantry Battalion
    *100th Tank Battalion (120mm Gun)
    *1st Tank Battalion (90mm Gun)
    *4th Tank Battalion (90mm Gun)
    *13th Tank Battalion (90mm Gun)
    *1st Armored Division Artillery
    **Headquarters and Headquarters Battery
    **Medical Detachment, 1st Armored Division Artillery
    **27th Armored Field Artillery Battalion (105mm Howitzer)
    **68th Armored Field Artillery Battalion (105mm Howitzer)
    **91st Armored Field Artillery Battalion (105mm Howitzer)
    **73rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion (155mm Howitzer)
    **2nd Anti Aircraft Artillery Battalion (Automatic Weapons)
    *16th Armored Engineer Battalion
    *1st Armored Division Trains
    **Headquarters and Headquarters Company
    *1st Armored Division Band
    *1st Armored Quartermaster Battalion
    *123rd Armored Ordnance Battalion
    *47th Armored Medical Battalion
    *501st Replacement Company

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    • #3
      1st Cavalry Division, Makonamai, Japan
      *Headquarters and Headquarters Company
      *Medical Detachment, Division Headquarters
      *545th Military Police Company
      *1st Cavalry Division Band
      *13th Signal Company
      *27th Ordnance Battalion (less Company A)
      **Company A, 27th Ordnance, Chitose, Japan
      *15th Quartermaster Company
      *15th Replacement Company, Chitose, Japan
      *16th Reconnaissance Company, Chitose, Japan
      *5th Cavalry Regiment (less 3rd Battalion and Heavy Mortar Company), Chitose, Japan
      **3rd Battalion and Heavy Mortar Company, 5th Cavalry, Pusan Korea
      *7th Cavalry Regiment, Chitose, Japan
      *8th Cavalry Regiment
      *Division Artillery, Chitose, Japan
      **Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Chitose, Japan
      **Medical Detachment, 1st Cavalry Division Artillery, Chitose, Japan
      **61st Field Artillery Battalion (105mm Howitzer, Towed), Chitose, Japan
      **77th Field Artillery Battalion (105mm Howitzer, Towed), Chitose, Japan
      **82nd Field Artillery Battalion (155mm Howitzer, Towed), Chitose, Japan
      **99th Field Artillery Battalion (105mm Howitzer, Towed)
      **29th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion (Automatic Weapons, Self-Propelled) (Less Battery C), Chitose, Japan
      ***Battery C, 29th Artillery, Makonamai, Japan
      *8th Engineer Battalion, Chitose, Japan
      *70th tank Battalion (90mm Gun), Chitose, Japan
      *15th Medical Battalion, Chitose, Japan

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      • #4
        Wasn't the 3rd Armored division already in Germany when Elvis Presley was drafted into the Army in the 1950s?

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        • #5
          Units can and were moved around. It all depends on when Specialist Presley was in Germany.

          Pruitt
          Pruitt, you are truly an expert! Kelt06

          Have you been struck by the jawbone of an ASS lately?

          by Khepesh "This is the logic of Pruitt"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Merkava188 View Post
            Wasn't the 3rd Armored division already in Germany when Elvis Presley was drafted into the Army in the 1950s?
            Elvis Presley served on active duty from March 1958 to March 1960.

            3rd Armored Division served as a training division at FT Knox, KY, from 1947 to 1955, when it was reorganized as a deployable unit. It rotated from FT Knox to Germany in 1956, replacing the 4th Infantry Division as part of Operation Gyroscope. With the exception of deploying to Desert Storm, the 3rd Armored remained in Germany until inactivation in 1992.

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