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  2. The 10th Armored Division (nicknamed "Tiger Division") was an armored division of the United States Army in World War II. In the European Theater of Operations the 10th Armored Division was part of both the Twelfth United States Army Group and Sixth United States Army Group. Originally assigned to the Third United States Army under General ...

    • Command and Staff
    • Statistics
    • Attachments

    Commanding Officer, Reserve Command

    [page 507]

    Campaigns

    1. Ardennes 2. Rhineland 3. Central Europe

    Individual Awards

    Prisoners of War Taken 43,208

    COMPOSITION

    1. Headquarters Company 2. Combat Command A 3. Combat Command B 4. Reserve Command 5. 3d Tank Battalion 6. 11th Tank Battalion 7. 21st Tank Battalion 8. 20th Armored Infantry Battalion 9. 54th Armored Infantry Battalion 10. 61st Armored Infantry Battalion 11. 90th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron (Mechanized) 12. 55th Armored Engineer Battalion 13. 150th Armored Signal Company 14. 10th Armored Division Artillery 15. 419th Armored Field Artillery Battalion 16. 420th Armored Field Artillery Batt...

    Tank Destroyer

    [pages 509-510]

    • 15 July 1942
    • 23 September 1944
    • 23 September 1944
    • 1944
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  4. The 10th held defensive positions against heavy opposition near Bastogne, Noville, and Bras. Resting briefly in early January, the 10th moved out again to defensive positions east of the Saar, south of the Maginot Line. On 20 February 1945 the Division returned to the attack, and took part in the clearing of the Saar-Moselle triangle.

  5. The 11th Armored Division has a proud and distinguished heritage. It served with honor to defend the nation, and to preserve the cherished freedom that the United States of America and its citizens have long enjoyed. The Division was activated on August 15, 1942, at Camp Polk, Louisiana. Soon after the Division was formed and staffed, a period ...

  6. 2015 - April 10th Armored Veterans Western Chapter Reunion. 2014 - November Moselle River 1944 Commemoration. 2014 - April 10th Armored Veterans Western Chapter Reunion. 2013 - June USVFL Friendship Week. 2013 - June WWII Battlefield Tour with Chris & Marc.

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