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Assurance

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(MSO-521: dp. 960; 1. 190'; b. 36'; dr. 12'; s. 15 k.; cpl. 83; a. I 40mm.; cl. Ability)

The first Assurance (MSO-521) was laid down on 28 January 1957 at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., by Peterson Builders, Inc.; launched
on 31 August 1957; sponsored by Mrs. Vernon W. Thomson; and commissioned at Boston, Mass., on 21 November 1958, Lt. Comdr. Frank L. Crump, Jr., in command.

The new, nonmagnetic, ocean minesweeper was assigned to Mine Force, Atlantic Fleet, as a member of Mine Division (MinDiv) 45, with Charleston, S.C., her home port. While taking part in numerous minesweeping exercises, she visited ports along the east coast, on the Gulf of Mexico and in the Caribbean into the following summer.

On I July 1959, Assurance was transferred to MinDiv 81; and her home port was changed to Panama City, Fla. Her primary mission then changed to service as a test platform for the Mine Defense Laboratory located there. She operated in the Panama City area until 9 February 1962, when she sailed for the Mediterranean and visited ports in Sicily, Greece, Crete, Italy, Spain, and France. She carried out several minesweeping operations before getting underway on 6 August to return to Panama City. Upon her arrival home on 24 August, the minesweeper resumed her schedule of local operations.

Late in 1963, the ship varied this routine with a deployment to the Caribbean. While in the West Indies, she took part in amphibious landing exercises off Vieques, Puerto Rico. She returned to Panama City in February 1964 and resumed her service with the Mine Defense Laboratory. In May, she got underway to sail via Key West, Fla., to Charleston, S.C., for repairs in drydock. She returned to Panama City in June.

After three months of service and a short tender availability, Assurance sailed on 1 October with MinDiv 81 for a tour in the Mediterranean. She took part in Operation "Steel Pike II," then put in to Malaga, Spain, before moving to Naples, Italy. The minesweeper sortied with Task Force 61 for operations at Aranci Bay, Sardinia. After stops in Toulon, France, and Santa Manza, Corsica, Assurance proceeded to San Remo, Italy, for the Christmas holidays.

During the first two months of 1965, the minesweeper took part in various NATO exercises. Upon her return to Panama City in March, she resumed work for the Mine Defense Laboratory before entering the Charleston Naval Shipyard in July for an overhaul. In September, she returned briefly to Panama City and then sailed in early October for Port Arthur, Tex. The ship resumed her duties at Panama City on 21 October.

Assurance began 1966 with a tender availability alongside Pandemus(ARL-18). On 7March, she sailed for refresher training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and visited Montego Bay, Jamaica, before returning to Panama City on 6 April. The next one and one-half months were spent preparing for overseas deployment. On 12 June, Assurance got underway and joined other units of MinDiv 81 at Valencia, Spain, on 2 July. She shifted to La Spezia, Ital y, on the 16th and took part in an exercise with minesweeping craft of the Italian Navy. On 8 August, she participated in "Phiblex 1-66 held south of Porto Scudo, Sardinia. On the 18th, the ship headed for Malta. En route, she was diverted to conduct a special surveillance mission off the coast of Tunisia. Having completed this task, Assurance arrived at Valetta, Malta, on 25 August. She also visited Piraeus, Greece; Naples, Italy; and Rota, Spain, before sailing on 21 September for the United States. The vessel spent the remainder of the year in a leave and upkeep status at Panama City.

Assurance sailed to Charleston, S.C., on 11 January 1967 for interim overhaul and returned to her home port on 11 March to commence type training. She sailed back to Charleston on 5 July to provide services to the naval mine warfare school and then briefly visited Panama City before returning to Charleston for overhaul. This yard period ended on 15 December, enabling the minesweeper to return to Florida on the 19th.

The first three months of 1968 found the ship conducting refresher training. She returned to Panama City in April and worked with the Mine Defense Laboratory. In October, Assurance was at Pensacola, Fla., for a restricted availability before finishing the year in port at Panama City.

The minesweeper got underway for the Mediterranean on 11 January 1969 and, following stops at Bermuda and the Azores, arrived at Gibraltar on 4 February. Visits to Valetta, Malta, and Athens, Greece, preceded the minesweeper's participation in an amphibious exercise near Namplion, Greece. Assurance then conducted surveillance operations south of Crete and visited La Spezia in March. Combined NATO amphibious operations occupied the month of April. The ship left Rota, Spain, on 26 May, to sail back to the United States. After her arrival in Panama City on 16 June, she spent the next four months in local

operations and, on 13 November 1969, commenced an overhaul at Charleston that lasted until early April of 1970. Between April and September of 1970, Assurance conducted refresher and type training along the eastern seaboard. Late in September, she arrived in Charleston to begin preparations for inactivation. After 10 weeks in Charleston, however, the minesweeper learned that the order for her decommissioning had been reversed. In mid-December 1970, her home port assignment was changed from Panama City, Fla., to Charleston.

The new year 1971 found Assurance involved in the reactivation process. On 1 April, she became a member of Mine Division 21, Mine Flotilla 2. On 26 April, the minesweeper got underway for refresher training; but, that same day, she suffered a major engine casualty and was forced to return to port for repairs which lasted three months. The ship got underway again on 2 August, successfully completed all phases of her training by 5 October, and rejoined the Atlantic Fleet. Assurance took part in MINEX 1-71 from 15 to 22 October and then sailed to Mayport, Fla., for interim drydocking. The minesweeper returned to Charleston on 19 November and soon thereafter took part in an air mine countermeasures operation. On 14 December, she was back at Charleston for a leave and upkeep period.

Assurance spent most of 1972 operating in the Charleston area. She provided services to the Fleet Mine Warfare Training Center at Charleston and conducted minesweeping exercises before sailing to Cape Kennedy, Fla., to support the launching of the Apollo XVII space shot. The vessel returned to Charleston on 8 December and finished the year undergoing upkeep.

Assurance was redesignated AG-521 on 1 March 1973. On the 23d, she sailed to Fort George Island, Fla., for overhaul by the Atlantic Drydock Corp. During this work, her minesweeping gear was removed. Assurance was back in Charleston on 1 June to commence a restricted availability. She got underway on 8 October, bound for Norfolk and refresher training. From 19 to 27 November, Assurance was off Port Everglades, Fla., for tests. The ship closed the year in port at Charleston.

On 7 January 1974, Assurance got underway at Nassau for New Providence. The ship remained in the Bahamas until late in January when she returned to her home port. The period from 25 February to 5 May was spent in a restricted availability at Charleston. Then fleet exercises and a midshipman training cruise occupied Assurance until 16 July, when the ship began a transatlantic voyage to join the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean. Following brief stops at Bermuda and Ponta Delgada, the minesweeper arrived at Rota on 8 August. For the next three and one-half months, she participated in numerous exercises and visited Palma, Mallorca; Naples and Brindisi, Italy; and Barcelona, Spain. On 3 December, she reversed her course and headed back to Charleston. She arrived there on 20 December.

For the first four and one-half months of 1975, the ship operated in the Caribbean. On 10 May, she returned to Charleston and prepared for an overhaul. On 16 June, she entered the Detyen's Shipyard, Wando, S.C. Her overhaul was finished on 11 November; and, on 3 December, Assurance got underway for Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and refresher training. She returned to Charleston on 23 December for holiday leave and upkeep.

The minesweeper began 1976 in upkeep at Charleston and operated in the Jacksonville, Fla., area from 13 to 26 March. She conducted special operations in the western Atlantic from 15 April through 14 June and, after a brief visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia, returned to Charleston. On 26 July, Assurance got underway for two weeks of operations in the Virginia capes area, followed by a week of repair work on her engines at Little Creek. On 20 August, Assurance arrived back at Charleston and remained there for the duration of the

On 10 January 1977, the ship entered dry dock at Mayport, Fla. She cleared the keelblocks on 7 March, and took part in Operation "Cleansweep" from the 11th to the 20th. She returned briefly
to Charleston before deploying on I I April for special operations in the Caribbean and western Atlantic. Upon her return to Charleston on 24 June, the minesweeper commenced preinactiva-
tion procedures. Assurance was decommissioned at Charleston on 30 September 1977, and her name was struck from the Navy list simultaneously. In December of 1979, the former mine-
sweeper was sold to the Ampol Corp. for scrapping.


Assurance MSO-521 - History

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Třída Ability

Celkem byly loděnicí Peterson Shipbuilders ve Sturgeon Bay postaveny tři jednotky této třídy. Do služby byly přijaty roku 1958.

Jednotky třídy Ability: [1]

Jméno Spuštěna na vodu Vstup do služby Status
USS Ability (MSO-519) 1956 4. srpna 1958 Vyřazena 1. července 1970. [2]
USS Alacrity (MSO-520) 1957 2. října 1958 Od roku 1973 pomocná loď pro zkoušky sonarů (trupové číslo AG-520), vyřazena 30. září 1977. [3]
USS Assurance (MSO-521) 1957 22. listopadu 1958 Od roku 1973 pomocná loď (trupové číslo AG-521), vyřazena 30. září 1977. [4]

Výzbroj tvořil jeden 40mm kanón Bofors a dva 12,7mm kulomety. Pohonný systém tvořily dva diesely General Motors 8V498 o výkonu 1400 hp, pohánějící dva lodní šrouby. Nejvyšší rychlost dosahovala 15 uzlů. [1]


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Assurance MSO-521 - History

Oxford (AG-159) was redesignated technical research ship (AGTR–1) on 1 April 1964. She departed 4 August on yet another South Atlantic cruise, conducting research not only in electromagnetic reception, but also in oceanography and related areas. She returned to Norfolk 1 December. Oxford steamed for Africa 3 February 1965, calling at Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Lagos, Nigeria, and Durban, South Africa. A message arrived 26 May reassigning the ship to the U.S. Pacific Fleet, with a new homeport at San Diego, California. She stood out of Subic Bay, Philippine Islands, 16 June for a one-month deployment to the South China Sea, and thus set the pattern for her operations into 1969.

On 30 December 1944, she was redesignated IX-203. That duty kept her busy until she was placed out of service on 14 December 1945. Her name was struck from the Navy list on 8 January 1946, and she was turned over to the Maritime Commission for disposal on 14 March 1946.

Bluebird patrolled the northern Atlantic until the fall of 1944. During that time, on 1 June 1944, she was redesignated IX-172. On 31 October 1944, she arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, and reported to the Commandant, 1st Naval District, preparatory to being laid up.

The tender was redesignated AGP-3 on 13 January 1943, and commenced operating under Commander Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron, U.S. Pacific Fleet. She departed Tulagi 18 February 1943 on one of countless trips made during the following year from that port to the New Hebrides or Rendova for supplies for the PT boats or acting as escort between island groups. After 12 months of this valuable service, Jamestown departed Tulagi 9 February 1944 for a well-earned and badly needed overhaul at San Pedro, California.

Assurance was redesignated AG-521 on 1 March 1973. On the 23d, she sailed to Fort George Island, Florida, for overhaul by the Atlantic Drydock Corp. During this work, her minesweeping gear was removed. Assurance was back in Charleston on 1 June to commence a restricted availability. She got underway on 8 October, bound for Norfolk, Virginia, and refresher training. From 19 to 27 November, Assurance was off Port Everglades, Florida, for tests. The ship closed the year in port at Charleston.

On 17 February 1947, she was named Albatross and redesignated as AMS-1 on 18 August 1947, she was redesignated EAMS-1, and on 7 February 1955, to experimental coastal minesweeper (old), EMSC(O)-1, the last designation being followed on 19 February 1955 with her being transferred from Mine Force, Atlantic, to Commander, 6th Naval District (Charleston, South Carolina) for administrative and operational control. She thus spent the remainder of her career based at Key West, Florida, ranging from her home port to Tampa, West Palm Beach, and Miami, Florida Nassau, in the Bahamas Havana, Matanzas, Santiago, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Eleuthera, British West Indies and occasionally ranging as far north as Charleston, and Norfolk, Virginia.

Redesignated a submarine rescue vessel ASR–5 on 12 September 1929, Ortolan's mission changed, but, throughout the 1930s, her area of operations continued, with brief exceptions for fleet problems and, in 1936, a four-month tour at Pearl Harbor, in the California area. In 1939 the Ortolan assisted in the recovery of the USS Squalus off Portsmouth, NH.

During the general re-organization of the 1st Corps of the Army of the Trans-Mississippi, following the Battle of Prairie Grove, new muster rolls for several of the regiments were sent to the Confederate War Department in Richmond, which assumed that the rolls were for new regiments, and thus assigned new numerical designations, thus the 28th Arkansas Infantry became redesignated as the 36th Arkansas Infantry Regiment.

Redesignated an oceanographic ship, WAGO-167, on July 8, 1968 and assigned to oceanographic, meteorological, and polar operations, she commenced duties as a research support ship. During fiscal year 1970, she underwent conversion during which alterations were made to her hull and scientific equipment, and research and storage spaces were added at a shipyard in San Diego, California. As part of the National Data Buoy Project of NOAA Acushnet spent three years attached to the Office of Naval Research and the Scripps Oceanographic Institute in San Diego, California. Her primary mission on eleven extended deployments through June 1971, the cutter aided in positioning buoys. While serving as a WAGO, Acushnet assisted in only one rescue case a medevac in 1970.

Carrier Air Groups still in existence on 15 November 1946 were redesignated in accordance with a new Carrier Air Group Designation scheme: "A" for Air Groups assigned to medium carriers (Essex class) "B" for those assigned to large carriers (Midway class), "L" for those assigned to light carriers (Independence or Siapan classes) and "E" for those assigned to remaining WWII escort carriers.

The battalion was redesignated the 4th/5th Battalion the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers at Hencotes in 1950. The battalion was reduced to a cadre in 1969 but reconstituted at the Fenkle Street drill hall in Alnwick as the 6th (Volunteer) Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in 1975 with a rifle platoon forming part of X Company still located at Hencotes. X Company was transferred to the Tyne-Tees Regiment in 1999 and to 5th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in 2006. A rifle platoon remains at Hencotes and the building remains an active Army Reserve Centre. The building is now known as Dare Wilson Barracks, after Major General Dare Wilson who was commissioned into the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers and commanded 22 Special Air Service Regiment in the early 1960s.

In September 1918, Trenchard's Force indirectly supported the American Air Service during the Battle of Saint-Mihiel, attacking German airfields in that sector of the front, along with supply depots and rail lines. Trenchard's close co-operation with the Americans and the French was formalized when his command was redesignated the Inter-Allied Independent Air Force in late October 1918, and placed directly under the orders of Foch. When the November 1918 armistice came, Trenchard sought permission from Foch to return his squadrons to British command, which was granted. Trenchard was succeeded as commander of the Independent Air Force by his deputy Brigadier-General Courtney. Trenchard departed France in mid-November 1918 and returned to England to take a holiday.

HSC-9 was established as Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Three (HS-3) on 18 June 1952, at the Naval Air Facility Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The Tridents commenced operations flying the Piasecki HUP-2S Retriever helicopter, and later transitioned to the Sikorsky HO4S and Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat helicopters. In 1959 the squadron received the Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat giving it the capability to operate at night. HS-3 was the first Atlantic Fleet operational squadron to operate the gas turbine powered HSS-2 Sea King in 1961. In September 1962 in compliance with the 1962 United States Tri-Service aircraft designation system the HSS-2 Sea King was redesignated the SH-3A Sea King. In 1967 the squadron received the SH-3D, and finally the SH-3H TACNAV equipped helicopter in 1979. Additionally in 1982, HS-3 became the first squadron to deploy with the AQS-13E Sonar Data Computer.

The 10th SS Police Regiment (SS-Polizei-Regiment 10) was initially named the 10th Police Regiment (Polizei-Regiment 10) when it was formed in 1942 by the redesignation of Police Regiment South for security warfare in the occupied Soviet Union. It was redesignated as an SS unit in early 1943.

Even though the defense of the US west coast initially took priority, plans were made in the spring of 1942 to deploy the 14th and other P-38 groups to Great Britain. The group was redesignated as the 14th Fighter Group in May 1942. The ground echelon departed 16 July 1942 on the first stage of the movement to England. They sailed on the USS West Point in early August 1942, and arrived in Liverpool on 17 August 1942. The air echelon departed for Bradley Field, Connecticut on 1 July 1942. It flew its P-38s to the United Kingdom via the northern ferry route. The first aircraft departed Presque Isle Army Air Field, Maine on 22 July 1942. The 50th Fighter Squadron remained in Iceland and was reassigned to the 342d Composite Group to assist the Curtiss P-40Cs of the 33d Fighter Squadron in the flying of defensive patrols over the Atlantic. This was the first transatlantic crossing successfully made by single-seat fighters. In Britain, the group was stationed at RAF Atcham as part of Eighth Air Force.

The 2nd Battalion was constituted on 25 July 1968, in the regular army as Company B, 158th Aviation Battalion, an element of the 101st Airborne Division (airmobile), and activated at Fort Carson, Colorado. It was reorganized and redesignated on 16 September 1987, as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation, and relieved from assignment to the 101st Airborne Division (air assault)(organic elements concurrently constituted and activated), and on 15 September 1996 it was inactivated at Fort Hood, Texas. Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation was redesignated on 16 October 1997 as Company B, 158th Aviation, and activated at Fort Hood, Texas, and then redesignated again on 1 October 2005 as Company B, 158th Aviation Regiment. It was inactivated there on 15 January 2008. On 17 October 2011 it was redesignated as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, and activated at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington (organic elements concurrently activated).

The squadron was redesignated the 178th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron and reactivated at Fargo the same day. In September 1953 the squadron began to keep two F-51D Mustangs on alert status 14 hours a day. The squadron continued to maintain this alert in various forms for over 50 years until it lost its fighter mission in the summer of 2007. On 1 November 1954, the 192d began the transition from the piston-engine, propeller driven F-51D to its first jet aircraft, the Lockheed F-94A Starfire interceptor. The Starfire was armed with 20 millimeter cannon and was equipped with radar.

Walsh was laid down as the Rudderow-class destroyer escort USS Walsh (DE-601) on 27 February 1945 by Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard, Inc., at Hingham, Massachusetts. She was reclassified as a Crosley-class high-speed transport and redesignated APD-111 during construction, and was launched on 27 April 1945, sponsored by Mrs. John J. Walsh. Walsh was commissioned on 11 July 1945 with Lieutenant Commander Phillip J. Tiffany, USNR, in command.

At Alameda May 1954, fifty F-86D aircraft were loaded on board Tripoli and cocooned for a 21-day trip thru the Panama Canal to St Nazaire, France. June 13 approx 500 US Air Force personnel of the 440th FIS from Spokane WA and 441st FIS from Hamilton AFB in San Francisco, CA boarded the ship. One source identifies the units as the 496th Fighter Squadron from Hamilton AFB, and the 440th from Geiger Air Force Base. On July 2 the ship arrived at the port of St Nazaire, France. The two squadrons were bound for Landstuhl AFB, Germany. Receiving "smart ship" awards from in the intervening years, Tripoli was reclassified a utility carrier and redesignated CVU-64 on 12 June 1955. Again redesignated T-CVU-64 on 1 July 1958, Tripoli was decommissioned at New Orleans, La., on 25 November 1958 and subsequently struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 1 February 1959. Her hull then scrapped by a Japanese firm in January 1960.


یواس‌اس اشورنس (ام‌اس‌او-۵۲۱)

یواس‌اس اشورنس (ام‌اس‌او-۵۲۱) (به انگلیسی: USS Assurance (MSO-521) ) یک کشتی بود که طول آن ۱۹۰ فوت (۵۸ متر) بود. این کشتی در سال ۱۹۵۷ ساخته شد.

یواس‌اس اشورنس (ام‌اس‌او-۵۲۱)
پیشینه
مالک
آب‌اندازی: ۲۸ ژانویه ۱۹۵۷
آغاز کار: ۳۱ اوت ۱۹۵۷
اعزام: ۲۱ نوامبر ۱۹۵۸
بندر اصلی: چارلستون، کارولینای جنوبی
مشخصات اصلی
وزن: 934 tons
درازا: ۱۹۰ فوت (۵۸ متر)
پهنا: ۳۶ فوت (۱۱ متر)
آبخور: ۱۲ فوت (۳٫۷ متر)
سرعت: 15 knots

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ISO 9000 Vs. 9001

ISO 9000 is a series, or family, of quality management standards, while ISO 9001 is a standard within the family. The ISO 9000 family of standards also contains an individual standard named ISO 9000. This standard lays out the fundamentals and vocabulary for quality management systems (QMS).

ISO 9000 series of Standards

The ISO 9000 family contains these standards:

ASQ is the only place where organizations can obtain the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) versions of these standards in the ISO 9000 family.

ISO 9000 history and revisions: ISO 9000:2000, 2008, and 2015

ISO 9000 was first published in 1987 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a specialized international agency for standardization composed of the national standards bodies of more than 160 countries. The standards underwent major revisions in 2000 and 2008. The most recent versions of the standard, ISO 9000:2015 and ISO 9001:2015, were published in September 2015.

ASQ administers the U.S. Technical Advisory Groups and subcommittees that are responsible for developing the ISO 9000 family of standards. In its standards development work, ASQ is accredited by ANSI.

ISO 9000:2000

ISO 9000:2000 refers to the ISO 9000 update released in the year 2000.

The ISO 9000:2000 revision had five goals:

  1. Meet stakeholder needs
  2. Be usable by all sizes of organizations
  3. Be usable by all sectors
  4. Be simple and clearly understood
  5. Connect quality management system to business processes

ISO 9000:2000 was again updated in 2008 and 2015. ISO 9000:2015 is the most current version.

ISO 9000:2015 principles of Quality Management

The ISO 9000:2015 and ISO 9001:2015 standards are based on seven quality management principles that senior management can apply to promote organizational improvement.


ISO 9000 Quality Management Principles

  1. Customer focus
    • Understand the needs of existing and future customers
    • Align organizational objectives with customer needs and expectations
    • Meet customer requirements
    • Measure customer satisfaction
    • Manage customer relationships
    • Aim to exceed customer expectations
    • Learn more about the customer experience and customer satisfaction
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    • Establish a vision and direction for the organization
    • Set challenging goals
    • Model organizational values
    • Establish trust
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    • Recognize employee contributions
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    • Ensure that people&rsquos abilities are used and valued
    • Make people accountable
    • Enable participation in continual improvement
    • Evaluate individual performance
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    • Improve organizational performance and capabilities
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    • Empower people to make improvements
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Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:22 pm

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by eaglenine2 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 12:51 am

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Tue Apr 09, 2019 4:39 am

A function of a larger population (5,249,364 vs 2,372,000), accompanying larger GDP ($102.96 billion 1990 US vs $22.409 billion) and thus the ability to sustain defence spending around 4-5% of GDP.

The total numbers active as of the end of 1960 are still deceptive, reflecting the fact that they are still partially mobilised after an April war scare and a bona fide war in 1956. The other factor at play is a Super Konfrontasi brewing with Indonesia just across the Tasman.

If and when things settle, then it will be on a smaller force level.

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Sun Apr 21, 2019 1:01 pm

Australian and New Zealand Order of Battle Notes

- The Australian Army is partly mobilised due to the rapidly rising tensions with Indonesia.
- This focus is reflected in the predominance of deployment in Northern Australia and a strong special forces component.
- However, the majority of the 1950s saw the Australian Army focussed on supporting the build up and deployment of a Third Australian Imperial Force to the Midfle East, which entailed the fielding of tank, mechanised infantry and armoured cavalry units. This still remains as a major mission, but Defence of Australia has a degree of urgency.
- There is a great emphasis on firepower and mobility, given the huge area of operations of Northern Australia.
- When mobilised, I Corps and III Corps would have the role of continental defence, II Corps would deploy to the Middle East, IV Corps to Malaya, the independent CMF infantry divisions would provide second line defence and the 16th Airborne would take on the role of strategic reserve.
- The ANZAC Rapid Deployment Force is a joint unit for reinforcement of Timor or New Guinea.
- 1st NZ Division would go to Australia or Malaya, 2nd NZ Division to the Middle East with an extra brigade and additional armour and the reserve divisions would focus on home and regional defence.

- The RAN is focused on the main battle group operating out of Sydney, with the Perth and Darwin squadrons acting in a regional defence role.
- The Singapore based group operates with RN and other Commonwealth groups as part of the Far Eastern Fleet.
- In terms of vessels, the RAN is well served in carriers and battleships, has an excellent cruiser, destroyer escort and submarine force, but will need to replace its conventional destroyers and frigates very soon.
- Adelaide and Canberra are more than 20 years old and need eventual replacement.
- Acquisition of frontline air superiority fighters for the two large carriers and any future vessels is urgent.
- The RNZN will look to dispose of its destroyers in favour of new construction DDGs.

- The RAAF plans to replace its Canberras with F-111s, buy more Vulcans and consolidate its fighter force.
- Current planning is for Merlins to replace the Hunters and to build up a substantial SAM network.
- Replacing the Britannias with a more capable transport such as the Hercules or HS.681 is being contemplated, but may be too expensive.
- The RNZAF is based around an expeditionary capacity, given the lack of any power with a capacity to threaten New Zealand from the air.
- There is debate on increasing the size of the active air force to take on the role of regional projection (fighters to Australia) and global projection (deployment to Europe, SE Asia and the Middle East).

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Sun Apr 21, 2019 1:02 pm

Canadian Order of Battle Notes

- The Canadian Army has three key missions: primary responsibility for the defence of Canada and Newfoundland contribution to the Western allied powers for the defence of Europe and contribution to the defence of Scandinavia.
- Incidentally, one of the big issues I'm currently playing around with is the distribution of Allied forces in Scandinavia, given the circumstances of Norway, Denmark and Sweden as active members of the Atlantic Alliance/NATO*. At this time, I'm leaning towards the Canadians going to Norway and the British and Americans dividing their forces between Sweden and Norway Denmark would be reinforced by Benelux forces.
- The Rapid Deployment Force would be augmented in wartime by the 1st Royal Canadian Marine Division.
- There is sufficient active strength for the formation of a Canadian Guards Division as a mobilisation formation.
- The Canadian Rangers are equivalent in role to the British Commandos and are to be increased in strength in the 1960s.
- The Canadian Special Forces Regiment is a two battalion strong force similar in role to the US Army Special Forces.
- The Canadian Special Service Force is equivalent to a light division in strength, but lacks the support and heavy units necessary for operations in Germany, but are suited to Norway or Alaska.
- In line with other Commonwealth forces, the Canadians will soon be withdrawing from Korea. Their next destination in the Pacific will depend on the actions of China, Indonesia and North Vietnam, respectively.
- I'm going to add in the Canadian Militia in due course crunching battalions at present.

- The RCN will be retiring its two smallest carriers over the next five years some thought is being given to the options for their possible replacement.
- The majority of the Atlantic Fleet's major combat vessels is designed to operate as an element of the Royal Navy Grand Fleet in wartime, with their submarines operating up in the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea.
- Their escort fleet plays a large role in calculations for control of the West Atlantic.
- The primary task of the RCN Pacific Fleet is to defend Alaska and support Allied operations against the Soviet Far East. It has a secondary role of providing support to Imperial and Allied forces in the wider Asia Pacific area.

- The RCAF is a force that is widely stretched, needing to cover the air defence of Canada, a tactical role in Europe (and to a lesser extent the Pacific) and long range strike.
- Replacement of the Hunters is one that will be very important over the coming years.
- Current plans are for the deployment of the Harrier force to RCAFE and consolidation of the air defence of Canada on a minimum number of fighter types the Spectres are a useful swing force.
- The SAM force will need to be consolidated. The most expensive plans call for a complete replacement of the Bloodhounds with Blue Envoys, but the cost is eye watering.
- Replacing the Britannias with HS.681s by 1970 is the current plan, but attention is being paid to the early stages of USAF studies for a STOL transport.
- The Caribous are useful STOL planes for rough airstrips, but they may be phased out in favour of Fairey Rotodynes.

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Sun Apr 21, 2019 3:18 pm

Belgian Army: 8 divisions, 324,967 personnel

Special Operations Command
Belgian Special Air Service
1er Compagnie d’Equipes Spéciales de Reconnaissance

1st Army Artillery Group
50de Heavy Artillery Regiment: 24 x 203mm SPH
42de Heavy Artillery Regiment: 24 x 203mm SPH
9de Heavy Artillery Regiment: 24 x 234mm SPH
2de Missile Regiment: 18 x Robin Hood SRBM

2nd Army Artillery Group
40e Heavy Artillery Regiment: 24 x 183mm SPG
35e Heavy Artillery Regiment: 24 x 183mm SPG
11e Heavy Artillery Regiment: 24 x 203mm SPH
1e Missile Regiment: 18 x Robin Hood SRBM

Air Defence Brigade
15th Air Defence Battalion: 24 x English Electric Thunderbird
16th Air Defence Battalion: 24 x English Electric Thunderbird
24th Air Defence Battalion: 24 x English Electric Thunderbird
25th Air Defence Battalion: 24 x English Electric Thunderbird

Army Combat Engineer Group
1st Engineer Battalion
2nd Engineer Battalion
3rd Engineer Battalion
4th Bridging Battalion

Army Signal Group
Staff Company
7tg Signal Battalion
8th Signal Battalion
9th Signal Battalion

Army Logistical Brigade
4th Logistic Battalion
7th Logistic Battalion
10th Logistic Battalion
12th Logistic Battalion

6eme Division Paracommando

16e Brigade Parachutiste
1ste Bataljon Parachutisten
2e Bataillon Parachutiste
3e Bataillon Parachutiste
4de Bataljon Parachutisten
16th Reconnaissance Squadron: 24 AMX-13
21e Paracommando Anti-Tank Battery: 12 125mm RR
13e Paracommando Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
51st Engineer Company
16th Supply and Transport Company
16th Medical Company

18e Brigade de Commandos
1eme Bataillon Commando
2de Bataljon Commando
3e Bataillon Commando
4de Bataljon Commando
18th Reconnaissance Squadron: 24 AMX-13
24e Paracommando Anti-Tank Battery: 12 125mm RR
12e Paracommando Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
40th Engineer Company
18th Supply and Transport Company
18th Medical Company

20e Brigade Parachutiste
5e Bataillon Parachutiste
6de Bataljon Parachutisten
7de Bataljon Parachutisten
8e Bataillon Parachutiste
20th Reconnaissance Squadron: 24 AMX-13
23e Paracommando Anti-Tank Battery: 12 125mm RR
21e Paracommando Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
37th Engineer Company
20th Supply and Transport Company
20th Medical Company

8eme Division d'Infanterie

19e Brigade d'Infanterie
1er Régiment de Chasseurs Ardennais
3e Régiment Carabines
18 Linieregiment
25 Linieregiment
15e Artillery Regiment: 32 x 25pdr
17e Anti-tank Company: 16 x 36pdr
42nd Engineer Company
19th Maintenance Company
19th Supply and Transport Company
19th Medical Company

22e Brigade d'Infanterie
4ere Chasseurs à Pied
9 Regiment de Lign
10 Regiment de Lign
29 Regiment de Lign
25e Artillery Regiment: 32 x 25pdr
21e Anti-tank Company: 16 x 36pdr
59th Engineer Company
22nd Maintenance Company
22nd Supply and Transport Company
22nd Medical Company

24e Brigade d'Infanterie
2ème Chasseurs à Pied
3ere Régiment de Chasseurs Ardennais
16 Linieregiment
26 Regiment de Lign
28e Artillery Regiment: 32 x 25pdr
10e Anti-tank Company: 16 x 36pdr
44th Engineer Company
24th Maintenance Company
24th Supply and Transport Company
24th Medical Company

I Belgian Corps (HQ Parchim, Germany)

HQ Staff Company
Military Police Battalion
Military Intelligence Company

Anti-Aircraft Brigade
Staff Battery
11th Air Defence Regiment: 24 x Archer SPAAG
12th Air Defence Regiment: 24 x Archer SPAAG
13th Air Defence Regiment: 24 x Archer SPAAG

Engineer Brigade
Staff Company
5th Engineer Battalion
6th Engineer Battalion
7th Engineer Battalion
8th Engineer Battalion

I Belgian Corps Aviation Brigade
Staff Squadron
14th Light Aviation Squadron: 12 x Westland Wessex
15th Light Aviation Squadron: 12 x Westland Wessex
16th Light Aviation Squadron: 12 x Westland Wessex

Signal Brigade
Staff Company
1st Signal Battalion
3rd Signal Battalion
5th Signal Battalion

Artillerie Brigade
19e Field Artillery Battalion: 24 x 152mm SPH
32e Field Artillery Battalion: 24 x 152mm SPH
24de Heavy Artillery Battalion: 24 x 203mm SPH
36de Rocket Artillery Battalion: 24 x 380mm MRLS

Armoured Cavalry Regiment
Koninklijk Garde te Paard: 64 x Royalist LT
9er Régiment de Lanciers: 64 x Royalist LT
2eme Regiment Garde Royale: 60 x Scimitar ARV
24de Linieregiment: 60 x Scimitar ARV
47de Horse Artillery Battalion: 24 x 25pdr

1ste Pantserbrigade
1ere Regiment Carabiniers 'Prins Boudewijn': 64 x Knight
1er Chasseurs à Pied: 64 x Knight
2de Regiment Lansiers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
4de Regiment Dragonder: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
3de Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
1st Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
38th Engineer Company
1st Maintenance Company
1st Supply and Transport Company
1st Medical Company

3eme Brigade Blindée
1ste Jagers te Paard: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
2e Regiment de Hussard: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
2de Regiment Grenadiers: 64 x Knight
1ere Regiment Garde Royale: 64 x Knight
5e Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
4th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
43rd Engineer Company
3rd Maintenance Company
3rd Supply and Transport Company
3rd Medical Company

5eme Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
4e Regiment Gidsen: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
5e Regiment Hussards: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
14de Linieregiment "Bevrijding": 64 x Knight
21de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
8e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
6th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
49th Engineer Company
5th Maintenance Company
5th Supply and Transport Company
5th Medical Company

2er Pantserbrigade
2de Jagers te Paard: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
4de Regiment Lansiers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
5de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
30de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
4de Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
2nd Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
56th Engineer Company
2nd Maintenance Company
2nd Supply and Transport Company
2nd Medical Company

4de Pantserbrigade
2de Regiment Lansiers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
8de Regiment Lansiers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
19de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
6de Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
7th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
52nd Engineer Company
4th Maintenance Company
4th Supply and Transport Company
4th Medical Company

6er Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
1er Regiment de Hussard: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
Koninklijk Garde du Corps Regiment: 64 x Knight
15de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
10e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
3rd Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
65th Engineer Company
6th Maintenance Company
6th Supply and Transport Company
6th Medical Company

7eme Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
2e Regiment Gidsen: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
31e Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
6e Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
16e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
5th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
39th Engineer Company
7th Maintenance Company
7th Supply and Transport Company
7th Medical Company

10eme Brigade Blindée
3e Régiment de Lanciers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
10e Régiment de Lanciers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
23de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
28de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
23e Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
8th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
45th Engineer Company
10th Maintenance Company
10th Supply and Transport Company
10th Medical Company

12eme Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
1er Regiment de Dragoons: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
1ste Regiment Grenadiers: 64 x Knight
7e Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
14e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
22e Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
41st Engineer Company
12th Maintenance Company
12th Supply and Transport Company
12th Medical Company

II Belgian Corps (HQ Brussels, Belgium)

HQ Staff Company
2e Military Police Battalion
2e Military Intelligence Company

Anti-Aircraft Brigade
Staff Battery
21st Armoured Air-Defence Battalion: 24 x Archer SPAAG
22nd Armoured Air-Defence Battalion: 24 x Archer SPAAG
23rd Armoured Air-Defence Battalion:: 24 x Archer SPAAG

Engineer Brigade
Staff Company
9th Engineer Battalion
10th Engineer Battalion
11th Engineer Battalion
12th Engineer Battalion

II Belgian Corps Aviation Brigade
Staff Squadron
17th Light Aviation Squadron: 12 x Westland Wessex
18th Light Aviation Squadron: 12 x Westland Wessex
19th Light Aviation Squadron: 12 x Westland Wessex

Signal Brigade
Staff Company
2nd Signal Battalion
4th Signal Battalion
6th Signal Battalion

Artillerie Brigade
41de Field Artillery Battalion: 24 x 152mm SPH
46de Field Artillery Battalion: 24 x 152mm SPH
22e Heavy Artillery Battalion: 24 x 203mm SPH
31e Rocket Artillery Battalion: 24 x 380mm MRLS

Armoured Cavalry Regiment
3de Regiment Huzaar: 64 x Royalist LT
6de Regiment Hussards: 64 x Royalist LT
22e Regiment de Lign: 60 x Scimitar ARV
2de Regiment Karabiniers: 64 x Knight
48e Horse Artillery Battalion

8e Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
1er Régiment des Guides: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
1e Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
4de Regiment Grenadiers: 64 x Knight
26e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
9th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
46th Engineer Company
8th Maintenance Company
8th Supply and Transport Company
8th Medical Company

11de Pantserbrigade
1er Régiment de Lanciers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
3de Regiment Dragonder: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
12e Régiment de Ligne "Prince Léopold": 64 x Knight
32e Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
34de Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
13th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
60th Engineer Company
11th Maintenance Company
11th Supply and Transport Company
11th Medical Company

13e Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
7er Régiment de Lanciers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
4de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
8e Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
30e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
15th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
54th Engineer Company
13th Maintenance Company
13th Supply and Transport Company
13th Medical Company

9de Pantserbrigade
2de Regiment Dragonder: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
5de Regiment Lansiers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
13de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
3ere Chasseurs à Pied: 64 x Knight
27de Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
12th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
53rd Engineer Company
9th Maintenance Company
9th Supply and Transport Company
9th Medical Company

14e Brigade Blindée
4e Chasseurs à Cheval: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
6er Régiment de Lanciers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
3e Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
2ème Régiment de Chasseurs Ardennais: 64 x Knight
33e Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
18th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
61st Engineer Company
14th Maintenance Company
14th Supply and Transport Company
14th Medical Company

15e Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
11e Régiment de Lanciers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
17 Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
4de Regiment Karabiniers: 64 x Knight
37e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
14th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
52nd Engineer Company
15th Maintenance Company
15th Supply and Transport Company
15th Medical Company

17e Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
3e Chasseurs à Cheval: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
20 Regiment de Lign: 64 x Knight
27 Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
44e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
19th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
55th Engineer Company
17th Maintenance Company
17th Supply and Transport Company
17th Medical Company

21e Brigade d'Infanterie Blindée
4de Regiment Huzaar: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
2de Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
3de Regiment Grenadiers: 64 x Knight
38e Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
16th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
62nd Engineer Company
21st Maintenance Company
21st Supply and Transport Company
21st Medical Company

23e Brigade Blindée
3e Régiment des Guides: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
4ere Régiment de Chasseurs Ardennais: 64 x Knight
12de Regiment Lansiers: 56 x Centurion, 12 x Knight
11 Linieregiment: 64 x Knight
43e Horse Artillery Regiment: 24 x 25pdr
20th Anti-tank Company: 12 x Iron Duke tank destroyers
57th Engineer Company
23rd Maintenance Company
23rd Supply and Transport Company
23rd Medical Company

Army Reserve: 4 divisions, 226,549 personnel

4 Infantry Divisions
9 Infantry Brigades (Home Defence)
36 Infantry Battalions (Home Defence)

15 Artillery Battalions
12 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalions

Royal Belgian Navy: 30 ships, 62 aircraft, 20,543 personnel

DD: Antwerpen, Brabant, Limburg, Vlandeeren, Hainaut, Luxembourg
FF: Liege, Namur, Ghent, Charleroi, Bruges, Leuven, Mechelen, Ostend, Bastogne, Ypres, Zeebrugge, Mons
MS: Dufour, Georges Lecointe, Adrien de Gerlache, Eustache Delafosse, Van Haverbeke, De Brouwer, De Moor, Namsen, Breydel, Artevelde, Truffaut, Bovesse

Koksijde Air Base
No. 1 Squadron: 12 Avro Shackletons
No. 2 Squadron: 18 Fairey Rotodynes

Ostend Naval Air Base
No. 3 Squadron: 24 Westland Wessexes
No. 4 Squadron: 18 Fairey Rotodynes

Royal Belgian Air Force: 776 aircraft, 69,243 personnel

155 Hawker Hunters
102 Fairey Delta
80 Supermarine Sunstars
78 Gloster Javelins
74 de Havilland Vixen
57 English Electric Canberra

28 Fokker F.27
32 Bristol Britannia
53 Fairey Rotodyne

38 Fokker S.14 Machtrainer
79 Fokker S.11

2nd Wing (Parchim Airbase)
5th Squadron: 24 Supermarine Sunstar
6th Squadron: 24 Fairey Delta
7th Squadron: 24 Fairey Delta
22nd Missile Squadron: 24 Bristol Bloodhounds

4th Wing (Haldensleben Airbase)
11th Squadron: 24 Hawker Hunters
12th Squadron: 24 Hawker Hunters
14th Squadron: 24 Hawker Hunters
27th Missile Squadron: 24 Bristol Bloodhounds

6th Wing (Gartow Airbase)
18th Squadron: 24 de Havilland Vixen
19th Squadron: 24 de Havilland Vixen
20th Squadron: 24 English Electric Canberras
21st Missile Squadron: 24 Bristol Bloodhounds

1st Wing (Beuvechain Airbase)
1st Squadron: 24 Supermarine Sunstar
2nd Squadron: 24 Supermarine Sunstar
3rd Squadron: 24 Fairey Delta
4th Squadron: 24 Fairey Delta

3rd Wing (Sint-Truiden Airbase)
9th Squadron: 24 Gloster Javelin
10th Squadron: 24 Gloster Javelin
15th Squadron: 24 Hawker Hunters
16th Squadron: 24 Hawker Hunters

5th Wing (Bierset Airbase)
8th Missile Squadron: 24 Bristol Bloodhounds
13th Missile Squadron: 24 Bristol Bloodhounds
17th Missile Squadron: 24 Bristol Bloodhounds

7th Wing (Melsbroek Airbase)
23rd Squadron: 24 Fokker F.27
24th Squadron: 28 Bristol Britannias
25th Squadron: 24 Fairey Rotodynes
26th Squadron: 24 Fairey Rotodynes

8th Wing (Koksijde Airbase)
28th Squadron: 18 Fokker S.14 Machtrainer
29th Squadron: 18 Fokker S.14 Machtrainer

9th Wing (Florennes Airbase)
30th Squadron: 24 Fokker S.11
31st Squadron: 24 Fokker S.11
32nd Squadron: 24 Fokker S.11

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:57 am

United States Army Order of Battle 1962
40 divisions, 2,457,936 personnel

Strategic Missile Command

100th Strategic Missile Regiment: 60 Jupiter LGM-19 ICBM (Fort Carson, CO)
105th Strategic Missile Regiment: 60 Jupiter LGM-19 ICBM (Fort Sill, OK)
106th Strategic Missile Regiment: 58 Jupiter LGM-19 ICBM (Fort Bliss, TX)
108th Strategic Missile Regiment: 58 Jupiter LGM-19 ICBM (Fort Dugway, UT)

Special Operations Command

1st Special Forces Group (Japan)
2nd Special Forces Group (Fort Bragg)
3rd Special Forces Group (Italy)
4th Special Forces Group (Fort Bragg)
5th Special Forces Group (Fort MacArthur, Philippines)
6th Special Forces Group (Fort Bragg)
7th Special Forces Group (Fort Stewart)
8th Special Forces Group (Panama)

9th Special Forces Group (Austria-Hungary)
10th Special Forces Group (Germany)
11th Special Forces Group (Fort Devens)
12th Special Forces Group (Fort Ord)

75th Ranger Regiment (Fort Benning, GA)
76th Ranger Regiment (Fort Lewis, WA)
79th Ranger Regiment (Fort Huachuca, AZ)
84th Ranger Regiment (Fort Dix, NJ)

Military District of Washington

1st US Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard)
1st Battalion
3rd Battalion
4th Battalion

1st US Cavalry Mounted Regiment

United States Presidential Guard Regiment
United States Presidential Life Guards Regiment

United States Continental Army Command (HQ Ft Hood, TX)

First US Army - Ft Meade, MD

40th Field Artillery Command
39th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM
56th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM
72nd Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM

32nd Air Defense Command
61st Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules
70th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules
89th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules

I Corps: Fort Benning, GE
1st Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
2nd Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
7th Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
9th Armored Division: : 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110 (Reinforces VIII Corps)
3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x 155mm M109
5th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
49th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
90th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
120th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
26th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

III Corps: Fort Hood, TX
1st Cavalry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
2nd Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110 (VII Corps)
4th Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
5th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
11th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x 155mm M109
65th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
81st Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
98th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
109th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
30th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

XVIII Airborne Corps: Fort Bragg, NC
10th Mountain Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x 105mm M101, 24 x 155mm M114
24th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
82nd Airborne Division: 64 M-92, 128 M-114, 72 x 105mm M101, 24 x 155mm M114
101st Airborne Division: 64 M-92, 128 M-114, 72 x 105mm M101, 24 x 155mm M114
2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-113, 24 x M109
96th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
65th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
72nd Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
104th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
25th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

Second US Army - Ft Benning, GA

67th Field Artillery Command
26th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM
30th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM
44th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM

42nd Air Defense Command
71st Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules
94th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules
200th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules

II Corps: Fort Pershing, OH
1st Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M110
3rd Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
7th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x M108 105mm, 24 x 155mm M109 (VI Corps)
11th Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
6th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x 155mm M109
29th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
110th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
124th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 Sergeant SRBM
138th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
37th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

IV Corps: Fort Dix, NJ
6th Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110 (Reinforces V Corps)
8th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
10th Armored Division: 384 M-48, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
16th Infantry Division (Mechanised): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
16th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x M109
185th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
198th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
206th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
56th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

IX Corps: Fort Campbell, KY
2nd Cavalry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
11th Airborne Division: 64 M-92, 128 M-114, 72 x 105mm, 24 x 155mm
17th Airborne Division: 64 M-92, 128 M-114, 72 x 105mm, 24 x 155mm
20th Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
20th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x M109
169th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
197th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
203rd Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
67th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

United States Army Europe

Seventh United States Army (Frankfurt)

56th Field Artillery Command
24th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM
67th Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM
103rd Artillery Brigade: 36 Redstone MRBM

24th Air Defense Command
126th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules
139th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules
170th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules

V Corps (Erfurt)
3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-60, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm, 24 x 155mm
12th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-60, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm, 24 x 155mm
4th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x M109
25th Armored Brigade: 128 M-60, 64 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
43rd Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
17th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
35th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
52nd Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
4th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

VII Corps (Nuremburg)
5th Armored Division: 384 M-48, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
6th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
1st Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
36th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
79th Armored Brigade: 128 M-60, 64 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
18th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
45th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
68th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
5th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

VI Corps (Prague)
4th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
8th Armored Division: 384 M-48, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
10th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x 155mm M109
56th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
100th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
126th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
147th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
48th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

VIII Corps (Budapest)
9th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 256 M-48, 384 M-113, 72 x 105mm M108, 24 x 155mm M109
12th Armored Division: 384 M-60, 256 M-113, 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 203mm M110
14th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x M109
54th Armored Brigade: 128 M-60, 64 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
69th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
20th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
41st Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
58th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
7th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

United States Army Atlantic: Ft Grant, FL

Nicaragua
78th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109

Iceland
87th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109

Panama
23rd Americal Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm

Porto Rico
100th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109

United States Army Pacific:

X Corps (Fort Lewis, Washington)
14th Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
19th Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
22nd Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
15th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x M109
42nd Armored Brigade: 128 M-48, 64 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109
205th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
210th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
219th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
53rd Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

Hawaii
25th Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm

Guam
89th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109

Philippines
115th Infantry Brigade: 64 M-48, 192 M-113, 24 x 155mm M109

Eighth United States Army: Ft. Zama, Japan

IX Corps (Fort Sagamihara, Japan)
15th Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
18th Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
21st Infantry Division: 128 M-48, 256 M-250, 72 x M-101 105mm, 24 x M-114 155mm
12th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 128 M-48, 128 M-114, 24 x M109
247th Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x 155mm M109, 24 x 175mm M107
253rd Field Artillery Brigade: 72 x Sergeant SRBM
269th Field Artillery Brigade: 48 x 203mm M110, 24 x 240mm M123, 12 x 280mm M65, 24 x 360mm MLRS
99th Air Defense Artillery Brigade: 64 x MIM-23 Hawk, 32 x M-249 Vigilante, 32 x Mauler

21st Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Phoenix, AZ)
1/21st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Denver, Colorado)
2/21st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Phoenix, AZ)
3/21st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Albuquerque, NM)
4/21st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Walker AFB, NM)

22nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Hartford, CT)
1/22nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Bangor, ME)
2/22nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Pease AFB, NH)
3/22nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Hartford, CT)
4/22nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Providence, RI)

23rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Washington, D.C.)
1/23rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Cockeysville, MD)
2/23rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Fork, MD)
3/23rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Edgewood Arsenal, MD)
4/23rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Chestertown, MD)

24th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Minot AFB)
1/24th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Ellsworth AFB, SD)
2/24th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Minot AFB, ND)
3/24th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Grand Forks AFB, ND)
4/24th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Malmstrom AFB, MT)

25th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Los Angeles, CA)
1/25th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Signal Hill, CA)
2/25th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Long Beach, CA)
3/25th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (San Pedro, CA)
4/25th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Santa Monica, CA)
5/25th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Stanton, CA)
6/25th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Pasadena, CA)

26th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Chicago, IL)
1/26th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Highland Park, IL)
2/26th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Addison, IL)
3/26th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Lansing, IL)
4/26th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Gary, IN)

27th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Detroit, MI)
1/27th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Sterling Heights, MI)
2/27th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Pontiac, MI)
3/27th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Dearborn Heights, MI)
3/27th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Grosse Point, MI)

28th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (San Francisco, CA)
1/28th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (San Rafael, CA)
2/28th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Oakland, CA)
3/28th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Pacifica, CA)
4/28th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (San Mateo, CA)

29th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Buffalo, NY)
1/29th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Plattsburgh AFB)
2/29th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Griffis AFB)
3/29th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Niagara-Buffalo, NY)
4/29th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Ogdensburg, NY)

30th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Cleveland, OH)
1/30th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Indianapolis, IN)
2/30th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Cincinnati-Dayton, OH)
3/30th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Columbus, OH)
4/30th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Cleveland, OH)

31st Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Norfolk, VA)
1/31st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules(Norfolk, VA)
2/31st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Charleston, SC)
3/31st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Raleigh, NC)
4/31st ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Norfolk, VA)
5/31st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Columbia, SC)
6/31st ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Charlotte, NC)

32nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (New York City, NY)
1/32nd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (White Plains, NY)
2/32nd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Levittown, NY)
3/32nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Long Beach, NY)
4/32nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Yonkers, NY)
5/32nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Oyster Bay, NY)
6/32nd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Spring Valley, NY)

33rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (New Orleans, LA)
1/33rd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (New Orleans, LA)
2/33rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Barksdale AFB, LA)
3/33rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Memphis, TN)
4/33rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Little Rock, AK)
5/33rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Jackson, MS)
6/33rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (New Orleans, LA)

34th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Honolulu, HI)
1/34th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Honolulu, HI)
2/34th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Hawaii, HI)
3/34th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Honolulu, HI)
4/34th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Kauai, HI)

35th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Boston, MA)
1/35th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Cambridge, MA)
2/35th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Salem, MA)
3/35th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Worcester, MA)
4/35th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Fall River, MA)

36th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Omaha, NB)
1/36th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Wichita, KS)
2/36th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Topeka, KS)
3/36th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Omaha, NB)
4/36th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (St. Louis, MI)
5/36th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Kansas City, MI)
6/36th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Lincoln AFB, NB)

37th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Las Vegas, NV)
1/37th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (San Diego, CA)
2/37th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Fresno, CA)
3/37th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Beale AFB, CA)
4/37th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Las Vegas, NV)
5/37th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Castle AFB, CA)
6/37th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Nellis AFB, NV)

38th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Seattle, WA)
1/38th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Seattle, WA)
2/38th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Seattle, WA)
3/38th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Hanford Site, WA)
4/38th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Spokane, LI)

39th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Houston, TX)
1/39th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (San Antonio, TX)
2/39th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Austin, TX)
3/39th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Dallas, TX)
4/39th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Houston, TX)
5/39th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Dyess AFB, TX)
6/39th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Dallas, TX)

40th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Philadelphia, PA)
1/40th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Philadelphia, PA)
2/40th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Philadelphia, PA)
3/40th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Harrisburg, PA)
4/40th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Pittsburgh, PA)
5/40th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Pittsburgh, PA)
6/40th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Scranton, PA)

41st Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Milwaukee, WI)
1/41st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Milwaukee, WI)
2/41st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Green Bay, WI)
3/41st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Minneapolis-St. Paul, MI)
4/41st ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Duluth, MI)

42nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Washington, D.C.)
1/42nd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Rockville, MD)
2/42nd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Waldorf, MD)
3/42nd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Phoenix, MD)
4/42nd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Davidsonville, MD)

43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Miami, FL)
1/43rd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Miami, FL)
2/43rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Jacksonville, FL)
3/43rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Patrick AFB, FL)
4/43rd ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Atlanta, GE)
5/43rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Savannah, GE)
6/43rd ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Macon, GE)

44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Washington, D.C.)
1/44th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Skidmore, MD)
2/44th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Marlboro, MD)
3/44th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Brandywine, MD)
4/44th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Accokeek, MD)

45th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (New York City, NY)
1/45th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (East Brunswick, NJ)
2/45th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Rumson, NJ)
3/45th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Edison, NJ)
4/45th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Westfield, NJ)
5/45th ADA: 64 x MIM-49 Nike Zeus (Livingston, NJ)
6/45th ADA: 64 x MIM-14 Nike Hercules (Patterson, NJ)

Coastal Artillery Command

1st Coast Artillery Regiment (Panama)
1st Battalion: 8 x 24"
2nd Battalion: 12 x 16"/50
3rd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
4th Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

2nd Coast Artillery Regiment (New York)
1st Battalion: 8 x 24"
2nd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

3rd Coast Artillery (Los Angeles)
1st Battalion: 6 x 24"
2nd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

4th Coast Artillery (Boston)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 12 x 8"/70
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

5th Coast Artillery (San Francisco)
1st Battalion: 6 x 24"/50
2nd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

6th Coast Artillery (Hawaii)
1st Battalion: 6 x 24"/50
2nd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70
4th Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

7th Coast Artillery (Fort Hancock, NJ)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

8th Coast Artillery (Portland)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

9th Coast Artillery (Portsmouth)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 12 x 8"/70

10th Coast Artillery (Block Island)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 12 x 8"/70

11th Coast Artillery (Chesapeake Bay)
1st Battalion: 6 x 24"
2nd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

12th Coast Artillery (Charleston)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 12 x 8"/70

13th Coast Artillery (St. Augustine)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 12 x 8"/70

14th Coast Artillery (Astoria, OR)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

15th Coast Artillery (Miami)
1st Battalion: 8 x 24"
2nd Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
3rd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

16th Coast Artillery (Roanoke, NC)
1st Battalion: 12 x 12"/60
2nd Battalion: 24 x 5"/70

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:58 am

National Guard: 28 divisions, 1,952,739 personnel

27th Infantry Division (New York)
36th Infantry Division (Texas)
40th Infantry Division (California)
43rd Infantry Division (Connecticut/Vermont/Rhode Island)

92nd Infantry Brigade (Wartime Contingency Mission: Iceland)
111th Infantry Brigade (Wartime Contingency Mission: Panama)
129th Infantry Brigade
156th Infantry Brigade
167th Armoured Brigade
192nd Infantry Brigade (Wartime Contingency Mission: Aleutians)
200th Infantry Brigade
218th Infantry Brigade (Wartime Contingency Mission: Guam)
219th Armoured Brigade
237th Infantry Brigade

Third US Army - Ft Sheridan, IL NATO Mission

XI Corps
29th Infantry Division (Virginia)
30th Infantry Division (North Carolina)
48th Armoured Division (Florida/Georgia)
125th Armored Cavalry Regiment (South Carolina)
163rd Armored Brigade
207th Infantry Brigade

XV Corps
31st Infantry Division (Alabama)
44th Infantry Division (Delaware/Maryland)
52nd Armored Division (Mississippi/Louisiana)
278th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Tennessee)
199th Armored Brigade
256th Infantry Brigade

XII Corps
28th Infantry Division (Pennsylvania)
42nd Infantry Division (New York)
50th Armored Division (New Jersey)
107th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Ohio)
205th Armored Brigade
182nd Infantry Brigade

XIV Corps
26th Infantry Division (Massachusetts)
35th Infantry Division (Kansas/Missouri)
49th Armored Division (Texas)
124th Armoured Cavalry Regiment (Colorado)
225th Armoured Brigade
155th Infantry Brigade

Fifth Army
32nd Infantry Division (Wisconsin)
33rd Infantry Division (Illinois)
34th Infantry Division (Iowa)
37th Infantry Division (Ohio)
38th Infantry Division (Indiana)
41st Infantry Division (Oregon)

111th Armored Cavalry Regiment
123rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Sixth Army
45th Infantry Division (Oklahoma)
46th Infantry Division (Michigan)
47th Infantry Division (Minnesota)
51st Infantry Division (Washington)
53rd Infantry Division (Kentucky/West Virginia)
54th Infantry Division (Arizona/New Mexico)

108th Armored Cavalry Regiment
116th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Idaho)

Anti-Aircraft Command: 80 Battalions

Soo Locks
455th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
469th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
483rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Hanford Site
458th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
488th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
462nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Savannah Site
479th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
497th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
507th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

Washington DC
456th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
470th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
473rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
480th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
502nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
504th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
522nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
524th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
525th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
526th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

New York City
475th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
477th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
494th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
500th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
506th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
508th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
509th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
517th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
527th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
529th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Philadelphia
451st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
457th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
485th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
493rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
505th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
513th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

Chicago
463rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
468th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
472nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
512th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
523rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
530th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

Boston
467th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
471st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
478th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
511th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
515th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
520th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Charleston
476th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
496th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
528th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

Norfolk
459th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
461st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
492nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Miami
453rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
499th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
514th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Detroit
454th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
484th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
487th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

St. Paul/Minneapolis
460th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
486th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
519th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

Seattle
465th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
498th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
521st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

San Francisco
450th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
474th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
481st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
489th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
490th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
516th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm

Los Angeles
452nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
464th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
482nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
495th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
501st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
503rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm

Hawaii
466th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
491st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm
510th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 120mm
518th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion: 24 x 90mm


Army Reserve: 36 divisions, 2,084,993 personnel

13th Armored Division
14th Armored Division
16th Armored Division
18th Armored Division

65th Infantry Division
69th Infantry Division
70th Infantry Division
72nd Infantry Division

75th Infantry Division
76th Infantry Division
78th Infantry Division
79th Infantry Division

84th Infantry Division
87th Infantry Division
89th Infantry Division
90th Infantry Division

20th Armored Division
23rd Armored Division
24th Armored Division
25th Armored Division

66th Infantry Division
67th Infantry Division
68th Infantry Division
71st Infantry Division

73rd Infantry Division
74th Infantry Division
77th Infantry Division
80th Infantry Division

81st Infantry Division
83rd Infantry Division
85th Infantry Division
86th Infantry Division

88th Infantry Division
91th Infantry Division
106th Airborne Division
108th Airborne Division

Army Reserve Training Command
25 Training Divisions (92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 110, 111, 112, 116, 118, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125)

Re: Dark Earth Orders of Battle

by Simon Darkshade » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:59 am

United States Navy Order of Battle 1961/62

US Navy: 1993 ships, 245 submarines, 8,239 aircraft, 1,329,356 men
28 Battleships (28 active, 4 under construction)
12 Battlecruisers (12 active)
44 Aircraft Carriers (36 active, 8 reserve, 4 under construction)
108 Cruisers (69 active, 39 reserve, 12 under construction)
497 Destroyers (296 DD/70 DDG active, 131 DD reserve, 26 under construction)
320 Destroyer Escorts (174 active, 146 reserve, 23 under construction)
176 Submarines (102 active, 74 reserve, 6 under construction)
44 Nuclear Submarines (+ 18 under construction)
25 Ballistic Missile Submarines (+ 17 under construction)
659 Amphibious Warships (277 active, 382 reserve, 21 under construction)
325 Minesweepers (104 active, 221 reserve)

Battle Force, Atlantic Fleet

BatDiv 1
Texas BBGN-91, California BBGN-92, New York BBGN-93
DESRON 9: Kenneth D. Bailey DD-803, Rowan DD-822, Higbee DD-834, New DD-838, John Paul Jones DD-947, Anderson DD-980, Israel DD-1000, John A. Moore DD-1025,

BatDiv 2
Iowa BBG-79, New Jersey BBG-80, South Dakota BBG-73
DESRON 14: Vesole DD-891,Solar DD-907, McCawley DD-927, Waters DD-938, Jonas Ingram DD-945, Somers DD-956, Hughes DD-981, Drexler DD-987

BatDiv 4
Connecticut BBG-69, Missouri BBG-81, Rhode Island BBG-87
DESRON 7: McCaffery DD-873, O’Hare DD-902, Foltz DD-922, Kirk DD-930, Woodworth DD-973, Shaw DD-993, De Grasse DD-1015, Rentz DD-1026

BatDiv 7
Alabama BBG-76, Kentucky BBG-84, Michigan BBG-72
DESRON 19: Robert A. Owens DD-847, Fiske DD-859, Lummus DD-915, Ahearn DD-928, Dupont DD-951, Knight DD-967, Wilson DD-984, Charles Lawrence DD-1010

BatCruDiv 1
Monitor BCG-19, Puritan BCG-24, Merrimack BCG-20
DESRON 33: Wiltsie DD-806, Woodrow R. Thompson DD-812, Southerland DD-814, Shale DD-823, Henderson DD-826, Charles H. Roan DD-870, Harold J. Ellison DD-877, Schwab DD-908

BatCruDiv 3
Hawaii BCG-13, Samoa BCG-18, Philippines BCG-14
DESRON 36: Lloyd Thomas DD-816, Timmerman DD-848, Ozbourn DD-863, Fred T. Berry DD-871, Charles R. Ware DD-878, Stickell DD-901, Colbert DD-929, Trenchard DD-937

Aircraft Carriers, Atlantic Fleet

CarDiv 2
Enterprise CVAN-65, Intrepid CVAN-68
Long Beach CAGN-174, Brooklyn CAGN-177, Indianapolis CLG-163, St. Louis CLG-165, Dallas CA-155, Scranton CA-158
DESRON 1: Preble DDG-26, Talbot DDG-29, Buchanan DDG-58, Goldsborough DDG-64, Harding DD-966, Shea DD-989, Prendergast DD-1005, Little DD-1022
DESRON 25: Stockham DDG-38, McCormick DDG-51, Conyngham DDG-61, John Young DDG-69, Chevalier DD-833, Rupertus DD-868, Hawkins DD-886, Perkins DD-890

CarDiv 3
United States CVA-57, Iwo Jima CVB-52
New York City CAG-137, San Francisco CAG-156, Cincinatti CLG-166, Portland CLG-168, Newport News CA-143, Philadelphia CA-138
DESRON 5: Reeves DDG-9, Leahy DDG-22, Sinclair DDG-31, Claude V. Ricketts DDG-47, Mullinix DD-954, Caine DD-969, Morris DD-977, Rhind DD-983
DESRON 24: Ramsay DDG-34, Charles F. Adams DDG-43, Cochrane DDG-65, Osborne DDG-71, William R. Rush DD-804, Abner Read DD-821, Corry DD-837, Glennon DD-857

CarDiv 5
Independence CVA -59, Okinawa CVB-53
Columbus CAG-85, Lincoln CAG-88, Roanoke CLG-146, Gary CLG-148, Cheyenne CA-124, Shreveport CA-123
DESRON 12: Willis A. Lee DDG-3, Pye DDG-27, Trenchard DDG-33, Towers DDG-52, Seach DD-1002, Galbraith DD-1004, Breese DD-1017, Upshur DD-1019

CarDiv 6
Ranger CVA-60, Tripoli CVB-55
San Juan CLG-170, Wilmington CLG-172, Quincy CA-115, San Antonio CA-126
DESRON 20: Biddle DDG-46, Barney DDG-48, Sampson DDG-54, Semmes DDG-62, Joseph E. Campbell DD-1009, Volz DD-1011, Esek Hopkins DD-1013, Kendrick DD-1016

Training Carriers, Atlantic Fleet
Yorktown CVT-10
Cowpens CVLT-40

Destroyer Force, Atlantic Fleet

DESRON 13
English DD-736, Wallace L. Lind DD-742, Maddox DD-758, Hyman DD-759, Eversole DD-830, Agerholm DD-846, Robert L. Wilson DD-864, Parle DD-913

DESRON 22
Charles S. Sperry DD-737, Brush 770, Selentine 788, Stormes DD-795, Shelton DD-831, Everett F. Larson DD-850, Leary DD-892, Chaput DD-935

DESRON 31
Hugh Pervis DD-748, Purdy DD-761, J. William Ditter DD-777, Henley DD-794, Goodrich DD-851, Witek DD-865, Fechteler DD-883, Newman K. Perry DD-896

DESRON 32
Ingraham DD-734, Samuel M. Moore DD-772, Lofberg DD-784, Douglas H. Fox DD-797, Dyess DD-893, John R. Craig DD-898, Delphy DD-914, Cummings DD-916

DESRON 43
Cooper DD-735, Soley DD-746, Walke DD-750, De Haven DD-754, Thomas H. Fraser DD-763, Blue DD-769, John A. Bole DD-780, Gwin DD-790

Submarines, Atlantic Fleet

SUBRON 2
Dragonet SS-300, Dugong SS-359, Hackleback SS-302, Ling SS- 304, Perch SS-320 Sablefish SS-310, Seahorse SS-311, Boarfish SS-334, Lamprey SS-378, Lizardfish SS-379, Sand Lance SS-386, Razorback SS-399

SUBRON 4
Wolffish SS-454, Pickerel SS-455, Grenadier SS-456, Pompano SS-457, Grayling SS-458, Needlefish SS-459, Sculpin SS-460, Dorado SS-461, Comber SS-462, Sea Panther SS-463, Tiburon SS-464, Chicolar SS-465

SUBRON 8
Skipjack SSN-507, Turbot SSN-508, Saury SSN-509, Sailfish SSN-510, Scamp SSN-511, Scorpion SSN-512, Shark SSN-513, Snook SSN-514, Triton SSGN-554, Orca SSGN-555

SUBRON 10
Nautilus SSN-478, Argonaut SSN-479, Corsair SSN-480, Seawolf SSN-481, Turtle SSN-482, Dolphin SSN-483, Narwhal SSN-484, Walrus SSN-485, Golet SSN-48, Hydra SSN-487

SUBRON 12
Thresher SSN-525, Permit SSN-526, Plunger SSN-527, Barb SSN-528, Tulibee SSN-529, Kraken SSN-530, Sea Devil SSN-538, Salmon SSN-539, Haddock SSN-540, Herring SSN-541

SUBRON 14
George Washington SSBN-517, Theodore Roosevelt SSBN-518, Benjamin Franklin SSBN-523, Sam Houston SSBN-524, Andrew Jackson SSBN-535, Alexander Hamilton SSBN-546, John Jay SSBN-549, James Madison SSBN-550

SUBRON 16
Ulysses S. Grant SSBN-536, Henry Clay SSBN-537, Daniel Webster SSBN-544, Nathan Hale SSBN-545, Daniel Boone SSBN-547, Davy Crockett SSBN-548 , Patrick Henry SSBN-521, Thomas Jefferson SSBN-522

Amphibious Forces, Atlantic Fleet

PHIBRON 4
Normandy CVHA-1
Scarborough LPD-11
Plymouth Rock LSD-29, Tortuga LSD-26
George Clinton LPA-256
Union LKA-93, Vermilion LKA-94, Stokes LKA-68, Tyrrell LKA-80, Winston LKA-99
Suffolk County LST-1285, Wexford County LST-1315, White County LST-1316, Whitfield County LST-1317, Windham County LST-1318

PHIBRON 6
Algiers CVHA-3
Stamford LPD-7
Mount Vernon LSD-34, Oak Hill LSD-7
Michael Kovats LPA-253
Maycomb LKA-106, Oglethorpe LKA-102, Merrick LKA-100, Southampton LKA-66, New Hanover LKA-73
Cumberland County LST-1297, Middlesex County LST-1298, Arlington County LST-1256, Fairfax County LST-1257, New London County LST-1319

PHIBRON 8
Mount Olympus LGC-8
Saipan LPH-3
Burlington LPD-12
Colonial LSD-18, Point Defiance LSD-24, Rushmore LSD-14
Richard Montgomery LPA-258, Henry Knox LPA-264
Duplin LKA-87, Lenoir LKA-74, Alamance LKA-75, Imperial LKA-98, Woodford LKA-86
Kent County LST-1291, Dorchester County LST-1292, orthampton County LST-1262, Harford County LST-1255, Lyon County LST-1272

PHIBRON 10
Taconic LGC-17
Nassau LPH-2
Amherst LPD-9
Peacefield LSD-36, Lindenwald LSD-6, Epping Forest LSD-4
Israel Putnam LPA-259, John Stark LPA-263
Wheatland LKA-85, San Joaquin LKA-96, Seminole LKA-91, Torrance LKA-76, Valencia LKA-81
Middlesex County LST-1294, King George County LST-1293, Union County LST-1306, Sussex County LST-1296, Graham County LST-1288

PHIBRON 12
Pocono LGC-16
Chosin LPH-6
Windsor LPD-5
Belle Grove LSD-2, Alamo LSD-31, Fort Marion LSD-22
Virgo LKA-20, Gemini LKA-59, Aries LKA-60, Leo LKA-61
Lancaster Count LST-1260, Chester County LST-1261, Grant County LST-1286, York County LST-1287, Westchester County LST-1314

Amphibious Fire Support Force, Atlantic Fleet
Carronade LFS-1, Culverin LFS-4
Blackstone River LSM(R)-403, Cumberland River LSM(R)-411, Desplaines River LSM(R)-412, Gila River LSM(R)-504, Grand River LSM(R)-505, Green River LSM(R)-506, Greenbrier River LSM(R)-507, Gunnison River LSM(R)-508, Holston River LSM(R)-509, James River LSM(R)-510, Pearl River LSM(R)-516, Powder River LSM(R)-519, Raccoon River LSM(R)-520, Red River LSM(R)-522, Republican River LSM(R)-523, Saint Croix River LSM(R)-524, St. Francis River LSM(R)-525, St. Johns River LSM(R)-526, St. Joseph's River LSM(R)-527,, Smoky Hill River LSM(R)-531, Smyrna River LSM(R)-532, Trinity River LSM(R)-535

Minesweeping Forces, Atlantic Fleet
Success AMF-1, Herald AMF-4
Fury CM-6, Fierce CM-8
Agile MS-421, Aggressive MS-422, Avenger MS-423, Bold MS-424, Bulwark MS-425, Conflict MS-426, Conquest MS-427, Dash MS-428, Detector MS-429, Direct MS-430, Dominant MS-431, Dynamic MS-432, Force MS-445, Fortify MS-446, Gallant MS-447, Guide MS-448, Illusive MS-449, Impervious MS-450, Implicit MS-451, Inflict MS-452, Leader MS-453, Loyalty MS-454, Lucid MS-455, Nimble MS-456
Acme MSO-512, Admirable MSO-513, Ardent MSO-514, Advance MSO-515, Assurance MSO-516, Alacrity MSO-517, Ability MSO-518, Adroit MSO-519, Alchemy MSO-520, Armada MSO-521, Eager MSO-532, Elusive MSO-533, Fortify MSO-534, Harlequin MSO-535, Harrier MSO-536, Incredible MSO-537, Jubilant MSO-538, Lance MSO-539, Marvel MSO-540, Notable MSO-541

Patrol Force, Atlantic
Nantucket PF-131, Niagara PF-132,
Emerald PG-242, Sapphire PG-243, Ruby PG-244, Amethyst PG-245, Amber PG-246, Jet PG-247, Alabaster PG-248, Garnet PG-249, Chalcedony PG-250, Jasper PG-251, Opal PG-252, Moonstone PG-253, Agate PG-254, Aquamarine PG-255

CarDiv 15
Lake Champlain CVS-30, Essex CVS-9
Galveston CLG-94, Manchester CLG-78
CORTRON 2: Matthew C. Perry DEG-2, Davidson DEG-8, Ragnar Thunderhelm DEG-24, Kleinsmith DEG-30, Edward Hanson DE-717, Lederer DE-722, William E. Holyoke DE-724, Tostigsson DE-727
CORTRON 5: Lloyd E. Acree DE-616, Mack DE-618, Presley DE-631, Robert F. Keller DE-647, Haas DE-652, Hanna DE-664

CarDiv 18
Ticonderoga CVS-14, Boxer CVS-21
Biloxi CLG-101, Cleveland CLG-67
CORTRON 6: Bradley DEG-1, Brooke DEG-3, Glove DEG-10, Stoddert DEG-16, Benjamin F. Baker DE-718,
Alan Brentworthy DE-723, Lejeune DE-728, Cluverius DE-732
CORTRON 11: Lloyd Thomas DE-679, Oswald A. Powers DE-687, Alfred Wolf DE-689, Myles C. Fox DE-691, Kenneth D. Bailey DE-697, Dennis J. Buckley DE-698

CORTRON 7
Raymond DE-603, Naifeh DE-612, George E. Davis DE-617, Rombach DE-624, Straus DE-636, Jack Miller DE-638, Formoe DE-667, Carpender DE-719

CORTRON 10
Doyle C. Barnes DE-613, Thaddeus Parker DE-629, Stafford DE-639, Tabberer DE-64, Douglas A. Munro DE-650, Heyliger DE-668, Carpelotti DE-693, Pendleton DE-731

CORTRON 13
Jesse Rutherford DE-607, Lawrence C. Taylor DE-643, Cross DE-663, Tweedy DE-670, Rizzi DE-674, Steinaker DE-685, Everett F. Larson DE-699, Claud Jones DE-733

CORTRON 16
Key DE-608, Jaccard DE-615, John L. Williamson DE-630, Dufilho DE-651, Kendall C. Campbell DE-658, Howard F. Clark DE-671, Groves DE-688, Gyatt DE-695

CORTRON 20
Ulvert M. Moore DE-657, Bivin DE-673, Wagner DE-676, Keppler DE-680, Weiss DE-682, Sheehan DE-686, Charles R. Ware DE-692, William R. Rush DE-701

CORTRON 24
Corbesier DE-653, Goss DE-659, Grady DE-660, Lewis DE-672, Osberg DE-675 , Henry W. Tucker DE-681, Harold J. Ellison DE-690, Benner DE-696

BatDiv 5
Massachusetts BBG-75, Indiana BBG-74, North Carolina BBG-68
DESRON 17: Beatty DD-781, Putnam DD-782, John W. Thomasen DD-785, Buck DD-786, Davis DD-949, Turner Joy DD-960, Mayo DD-972, Stockton DD-994

CarDiv 9
Constellation CVA-63, Guadalcanal CVB-54
Boston CAG-82, Sacramento CAG-127, Worcester CLG-145, Vallejo CLG-147, Oregon City CA-160, Albuquerque CA-161
DESRON 39: Moffett DDG-16, Dahlgren DDG-24, Worden DDG-39, Culpepper DDG-42, Edson DD-955, Gwin DD-991, Ichabod Crane DD-1012, Woolsey DD-1021

CarDiv 10
New Orleans CVB-56, Coral Sea CVB-51
Olympia CAG-117, Pittsburgh CAG-83, Bridgeport CA-159, Omaha CA-144
DESRON 21: Gridley DDG-8, Benson DDG-10, John McCloy DDG-36, Bedford DDG-41, Power DD-856, Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. DD-867, Harwood DD-874, Forrest Royal DD-885

DESRON 41
Allen M. Sumner DD-732, Haynsworth DD-740, Compton DD-744, O’Brien DD-752, Collet DD-757, Shannon DD-764, Bordelon DD-894, Furse DD-895

DESRON 46
Mansfield DD-755, Adams DD-766, Henry H. Wiley DD-777, John R. Pierce DD-779

CORTRON 8
Blake DEG-14, Watts DEG-20, Flanders DEG-25, Oberrender DEG-28, Cromwell DE-704, Courtney DE-706, Joseph Clancy DE-721, McMorris DE-737

CORTRON 12
Llewelyn DEG-15, Southard DEG-17, Constantine DEG-18, Elliott DEG-21, Lester DE-707, Gatch DE-716, Upshur DE-738, Neville DE-741

SUBRON 18
Sealion SSN-499, Skate SSN-500, Sea Monk SSN-515, Stingray SSN-516, Darter SSN-501, Swordfish SSN-502, Sargo SSN-505, Seadragon SSN-506

SUBRON 20
Apogon SS-315, Burrfish SS-319, Blenny SS-331, Cobbler SS-350, Diodon SS-355, Ono SS-363, Nerka SS-385, Bang SS-390, Atule SS-408, Spot SS-418, Vendace SS-424, Hamlet SS-430

PHIBRON 2
Freedom BBHA-1
Rabaul LPH-4
Jamestown LPD-1
Westland LSD-37, Springwood LSD-38, Thomaston LST-28
Tadeusz Kościuszko LPA-257, Simeon Thayer LPA-252
Titania LKA-13, Oberon LKA-14, Andromeda LKA-15, Aquarius LKA-16
Terrebonne Parish LST-1299, Richmond County LST-1300, Terrell County LST-1301, Tioga County LST-1302, Washington County LST-1312, Iron County LST-1277, Henry County LST-1278

Minesweeping Force, Mediterranean
Salute MS-469, Skill MS-470, Stalwart MS-471, Sturdy MS-472, Swerve MS-473, Valor MS-474, Venture MS-475, Vigor MS-476, Vital MS-477

8th Fleet (Roosevelt Roads, Porto Rico)

CarDiv 12
Valley Forge CV-34, Philippine Sea CV-35
Fargo CLG-151, Hartford CLG-149, Springfield CLG-77, Providence CLG-95, Dover CA-122, Frederick CA-125,
DESRON 6: Manley DD-950, Edison DD-961, Henrechon DD-970, Conner DD-995, Duncan DD-887, Orleck DD-899, Winslow DD-923, Zeilin DD-941

SUBRON 6
Barbel SS-488, Blueback SS-489, Bonefish SS-490, Barracuda SS-491, Bonita SS-492, Barbero SS-493, Blackfin SS-494, Albacore SS-476, Bass SS-477

Battle Force, Pacific Fleet

BatDiv 3
Kansas BBG-86, Wisconsin BBG-82, Utah BBG-71
DESRON 18: Stormhelm DD-810, Hollister DD-829, George K. MacKenzie DD-854, Stribling DD-880, Russell DD-979, Mayrant DD-982, Ringgold DD-997, Westermark DD-1003

BatDiv 6
Pennsylvania BBGN-94, Nebraska BBG-77, Vermont BBG-70
DESRON 4: Robert H. McCard DD-842, Ernest G. Small DD-855, Noa DD-858, Dyer DD-920,Barry DD-946, Landsdowne DD-962, Meade DD-975, Robert H. Smith DD-988

BatDiv 8
Louisiana BBG-89, Georgia BBG-90, Oklahoma BBG-78
DESRON 11: Epperson DD-809, Perry DD-861, Brinkley Bass DD-900, Marcus DD-921, Murphy DD-974, Cooper DD-985, Rochambeau DD-1014, Crosby DD-1020

BatCruDiv 2
Guam BCG-15, Panama BCG-16, Porto Rico BCG-17
DESRON 35: Hamner DD-808, Castle DD-811, Frank Knox DD-813, Carpenter DD-845, Herbert J. Thomas DD-853, Leonard F. Mason DD-869, Steinaker DD-876, Brownson DD-881

BatCruDiv 4
Chesapeake BCG-21, Congress BCG-22, President BCG-23,
DESRON 34: Keppler DD-817, Johnston DD-841, Richard E. Kraus DD-866, Arnold J. Isbell DD-882
Underhil DD-906, Joseph R Julian DD-909, Billingsley DD-931, Dent DD-936

Aircraft Carriers, Pacific Fleet

CarDiv 1
Langley CVAN-66, Princeton CVAN-67
Norfolk CAGN-175, Bremerton CAGN-176, Huntington CLG-150, St. Petersburg CLG-154, Des Moines CA-141, Kansas City CA-157
DESRON 2: Farragut DDG-17, William V. Pratt DDG-25, Aylwin DDG-32, Welles DDG-40, Morton DD-958
Roe DD-976, Deignan DD-1001, Caperton DD-1007
DESRON 27: Broderick DDG-53, Robison DDG-56, Tattnall DDG-63, Richard E. Byrd DDG-67, Seymour D. Owens DD-819, Benner DD-835, Damato DD-884, Woodbury DD-939

CarDiv 4
Saratoga CVA-61, Lexington CVA-62
Los Angeles CAG-136, Chicago CAG-139, Tampa CLG-153, Mobile CLG-75, Detroit CA-140, Salem CA-142
DESRON 8: Mitscher DDG-1, Dewey DDG-5, Rodman DDG-12, Sims DDG-14, Hull DD-953, Endicott DD-965, Thomas B. Howard DD-1006, Gooding DD-1023
DESRON 29: Janson DDG-37, Lawrence DDG-45, Hoel DDG-57, Joseph Strauss DDG-60, Rogers DD-889, Dirk Ironsmith DD-905, Jack Williams DD-911, Champlin DD-926

CarDiv 7
Kitty Hawk CVA-64, Franklin D. Roosevelt CVB-50
Albany CAG-89, Baltimore CAG-81, Sioux Falls CLG-152, Little Rock CLG-80, Bayonne CA-121, Fall River CA-92
DESRON 16: John S. McCain DDG-2, Alden DDG-15, Lynde DDG-50, Berkeley DDG-59, Parsons DD-957, Mustin DD-978, Tolman DD-992, Hoban DD-999
DESRON 26: Wilkinson DDG-4, Gleaves DDG-11, Macdonough DDG-19, Ericsson DDG-23, Meredith DD-903, Faircloth DD-919, Le Roy DD-932, Charles J. Berry DD-942

CarDiv 11
Bonhomme Richard CV-27, Reprisal CV- 25
Youngstown CLG-173, Tucson CG, Macon CA-91, Newark CA-116
DESRON 23: Mahan DDG-6, Luce DDG-18, Coontz DDG-20, Nicholson DDG-28, Vogelgesang DD-875, Henry W. Tucker DD-888, Pendergast DD-904, Colvocoresses DD-925, Gyatt DD-802, Hoel DD-820, Basilone DD-844, Norris DD-872

Training Carriers, Pacific Fleet
Wright CVT-16
Manila Bay CVLT-43

DESRON 28
Moale DD-733, Hank DD-741, Drexler DD-768, Massey DD-793, Stein DD-910, Hauge DD-912, McAllister DD-918, Graham DD-934

DESRON 30
Borie DD-743, Tolman DD-767, Strong DD-783, Willard Keith DD-791, Lansdale DD-818, Richard B. Anderson DD-827, Myles C. Fox DD-849, Cone DD-879

DESRON 44
Ault DD-738, Gainard DD-745, Barton DD-749, Robert H. Smith DD-762, Taussig DD-771, Alfred A. Cunningham DD-774, Lindsey DD-789, Robert K. Huntington DD-798

SUBRON 1
Ronquil SS-401, Sea Cat SS-404, Sea Dog SS-406, Sea Fox SS-407, Macabi SS-381, Carp SS-345, Catfish SS-346, Dogfish SS-356, Trepang SS-417, Piranha SS-394, Plaice SS-395, Parche SS-389

SUBRON 3
Tench SS-431, Thornback SS-432, Tigrone SS-433, Tirante SS-434, Trutta SS-435, Toro SS-436, Torsk SS-437, Quillback SS-438, Runner SS-439, Conger SS-440, Cutlass SS-441, Diablo SS-442

SUBRON 5
Medregal SS-443, Requin SS-444, Irex SS-445, Sea Leopard SS-446, Odax SS-447, Sirago SS-448, Pomodon SS-449, Remora SS-450, Sarda SS-451, Spinax SS-452, Volado SS-453, Amberjack SS-454

SUBRON 7
Tang SS-466, Trigger SS-467, Wahoo SS-468, Trout SS-469, Gudgeon SS-470, Harder SS-471, Whiting SS-472, Grampus SS-473, Angelfish SS-474, Sterlet SS-475

SUBRON 15
Abraham Lincoln SSBN-519, Robert E. Lee SSBN-520, John Marshall SSBN-531, John Adams SSBN-532, Ethan Allen SSBN-533, James Monroe SSBN-534, Samuel Adams SSBN-551, Paul Revere SSBN-552, James Polk SSBN-553

Amphibious Forces, Pacific Fleet

PHIBRON 3
Veracruz CVHA-2
Camden LPD-10
Ashland LSD-1, Carter Hall LSD-3, Cabildo LSD-16
Bellatrix LKA-13, Procyon LKA-2, Betelgeuse LKA-11, Prentiss LKA-89, Rankin LKA-90, Sedgwick LKA-103
Tom Green County LST-1304, Traverse County LST-1305, Vernon County LST-1307, Dukes County LST-1281, Johnson County LST-1282, Washtenaw County LST-1313

PHIBRON 5
Kagoshima CVHA-4
Concord LPD-3
Fort Snelling LSD-23, San Marcos LSD-25, Spiegel Grove LSD-30
Trousdale LKA-79, Waukesha LKA-84, Ottawa LKA-88, Skagit LKA-92, Washburn LKA-95, Whitfield LKA-104
El Dorado County LST-1258, Beaufort County LST-1259, Jefferson County LST-1276, Douglas County LST-1279, Ford County LST-1280, Walworth County LST-1310

PHIBRON 7
Wasatch LGC-9
Kwajalein LPH-7
Gloucester LPD-6
Donner LSD-20, Fort Mandan LSD-21, Sagamore Hill LSD-35
Christopher Gadsden LPA-261, Arthur St. Clair LPA-260
Todd LKA-71, Caswell LKA-72, Towner LKA-77, Trego LKA-78, Yancey LKA-101
Hamilton County LST-1263, Pulaski County LST-1270, Clarke County LST-1265, San Bernadino County LST-1267, Monmouth County LST-1268

PHIBRON 9
Eldorado LGC-11
Eniwetok LPH-8
Exeter LPD-8
Gunston Hall LSD-5, White Marsh LSD-8, Catamount LSD-17
Francis Marion LPA-249, Joseph Warren LPA-255
Venango LKA-82, Vinton LKA-83, Tolland LKA-64, Shoshone LKA-65, Starr LKA-67
Montgomery County LST-1269, Churchill County LST-1264, Orleans Parish LST-1271, Lincoln County LST-1274, Lawrence County LST-1275

PHIBRON 11
Adirondack LGC-15
Inchon LPH-1
Taunton LPD-4
Casa Grande LSD-13, Shadwell LSD-15, Comstock LSD-19
James Varnum LPA-254, Daniel Morgan LPA-251
Montague LKA-105, Warwick LKA-107, Whitley LK-108, Suffolk LKA-69, Tate LKA-70
Lorain County LST-1289, Wood County LST-1290, Orange County LST-1295, Tolland County LST-1303, Steuben County LST-1266

Amphibious Fire Support Force, Pacific Fleet
Howitzer LFS-2, Bombard LFS-3
Big Black River LSM(R)-401, Big Horn River LSM(R)-402, Broadkill River LSM(R)-405, Chariton River LSM(R)-407, Black Warrior River LSM(R)-404, , Canadian River LSM(R)-406, , Charles River LSM(R)-408, Clarion River LSM(R)-409, Clark Fork River LSM(R)-410, Elk River LSM(R)-501, Escalanteo River LSM(R)-502, Flambeau River LSM(R)-503, John Day River LSM(R)-511, Lamiolle River LSM(R)-512, Laramie River LSM(R)-513, Maurice River LSM(R)-514, Owyhee River LSM(R)-515, Pee Dee River LSM(R)-517, Pit River LSM(R)-518, Rainy River LSM(R)-521, St. Mary's River LSM(R)-528, St. Regise River LSM(R)-529, Salmon Falls River LSM(R)-530, Snake River LSM(R)-533, Thames River LSM(R)-534, White River LSM(R)-536

Minesweeping Forces, Pacific Fleet
Defense AMF-2, Protector AMF-3
Terror CM-5, Thunder CM-7
Embattle MS-433, Endurance MS-434, Energy MS-435, Engage MS-436, Enhance MS-437, Esteem MS-438, Excel MS-439, Exploit MS-440, Exultant MS-441, Fearless MS-442, Fidelity MS-443, Firm MS-444, , Notable MS-457, Observer MS-458, Persistent MS-459, Pinnacle MS-460, Pivot MS-461, Pledge MS-462, Pluck MS-463, Prestige MS-464, Prime MS-465, Reaper MS-466, Rival MS-467, Sagacity MS-468,
Astute MSO-522, Barrier MSO-523, Bombard MSO-524, Bond MSO-525, Buoyant MSO-526, Capable MSO-527, Change MSO-528, Control MSO-529, Deft MSO-530, Dour MSO-531, , Phantom MSO-542, Quest MSO-543, Rampart MSO-544, Rebel MSO-545, Reform MSO-546, Strategy MSO-547, Strength MSO-548, Tenacity MSO-549, Traveler MSO-550, Zenith MSO-551

Patrol Force, Pacific
Erie PF-129, Superior PF-130, Mayflower PF-133
Onyx PG-256, Topaz PG-257, Turquoise PG-258, Malachite PG-259, Tourmaline PG-260, Carnelian PG-261, Beryl PG-262, Pearl PG-263, Corundum PG-264, Cinnabar PG-265, Jacinth PG-266

CarDiv 13
Leyte CVS-22, Kearsarge CVS-23
Vincennes CLG-102, Astoria CLG-98
CORTRON 3: Ramsey DEG-4, Forrest DEG-6, Dempsey DEG-11, Ingalls DEG-23, Dealey DE-703, Hammerburg DE-705, Blakely DE-715, LeHardy DE-730
CORTRON 19: Robert Brazier DE-605, Maurice J. Manue DE-611, Rolf DE-622, Richard M. Rowell DE-634, Oliver Mitchell DE-645, William Seiverling DE-656, Edward H. Allen DE-669, Rogers Blood DE-700

CarDiv 17
Randolph CVS-15, Bennington CVS-20
Oklahoma City CLG-83, Vicksburg CLG-69
CORTRON 1: O'Callahan DEG-7, Bronstein DEG-9, Nettle DEG-13, Abercrombie DEG-27, Bridget DE-709, Hooper DE-711, John Willis DE-712, Joseph Taussig DE-714
CORTRON 4: O'Flaherty DE-602, Gentry DE-609, Walton DE-621, Richard S. Bull DE-633, Walter C. Wann DE-640, McCoy Reynolds DE-655, Gilligan DE-666, Woodrow R. Thompson DE-684

CORTRON 9
William F. Lynch DE-739, Edwin A. Howard DE-606, Johnnie Hutchins DE-620, Cecil J. Doyle DE-628, Dennis Edmonds DE-635, Wilson DE-642, Leland E. Thomas DE-648, Charles E. Brannon DE-661

CORTRON 17
Oscar C. Badger DE-734, Kenneth M. Willett DE-614, Woodson DE-619, Pratt DE-623, French DE-627, Williams DE-632, La Prade DE-637, Melvin R. Nawman DE-644

CORTRON 18
Kalbfus DE-740, John C. Butler DE-601, Richard W. Suesens DE-604, Traw DE-610, Alvin C. Cockrell DE-626, Chester T. O'Brien DE-649, Albert T. Harris DE-662, William C. Lawe DE-678

CORTRON 21
McGinty DE-625, Le Ray DE-641, Conklin DE-654, Joseph E. Connolly DE-665, Vandivier DE-677, Francovich DE-683, Eugene A. Greene DE-694, William M. Wood DE-702

CarDiv 16
Crown Point CV-32, Port Royal CV-33,
Montgomery CLG-132, Salt Lake City CLG-171
DESRON 10: Forrest Sherman DD-944, Decatur DD-948, Charles F. Hughes DD-971, Hogan DD-996, Gearing DD-800, McKean DD-825, Samuel B. Roberts DD-843, Hanson DD-852

7th Fleet (Subic Bay, Philippines)

BatDiv9
New Hampshire BBG-88, Montana BBG-85
DESRON 37: Theodore E. Chandler DD-807, William C. Lawe DD-815, Rich DD-840, Bausell DD-862, Bigelow DD-952, Nelson DD-964, MacKenzie DD-998, Fairbrother DD-1027

BatDiv10
Washington BBG-67, Illinois BBG-83
DESRON 38: William M. Wood DD-805, James E. Kyes DD-828, Seaman DD-832, Holder DD-839, Fitch DD-963, Winterhalter DD-986, Reuben James DD-1008, Miller DD-1024

CarDiv 8
America CVA-58, Midway CVB-49
Phoenix CLG-162, Miami CLG-164, Northampton CLG-167, Cambridge CLG-169, Rochester CA-90, Saint Paul CA-84
DESRON 3: Crowninshield DDG-13, King DDG-21, Henry B. Wilson DDG-49, Thatcher DDG-72, Richard S. Edwards DD-959, Tillman DD-968, Lindsay DD-990, Boggs DD-1018
DESRON 40: Sellers DDG-55, Benjamin Stoddert DDG-66, Waddell DDG-68, Barker DDG-70, Jones DD-924, Richardson Clover DD-933, Sharkey DD-940, John P. Fardy DD-943

CarDiv 14
Oriskany CV-24, Lake Erie CV-36
Houston CLG-96,Atlanta CLG-100
DESRON 15: Callaghan DDG-7, Fairfax DDG-30, Butler DDG-35, John King DDG-44, Eugene A. Greene DD-801, Gurke DD-824, Dennis J. Buckley DD-836, Warrington DD-860

DESRON 42
Lyman K. Swenson DD-756, Mannert L Abele DD-760, Shea DD-776, Zellars DD-792, James C. Owens DD-796, Hugh W. Hadley DD-799, Floyd B. Parks DD-897, Parrott DD-917

DESRON 45
Waldron DD-739, Harlan R. Dickson DD-747, Laffey DD-751, Meredith DD-753, Harry F. Bauer DD-765, Harry F. Hubbard DD-773, Alfred A. Cunningham DD-775, Lowry DD-787

CORTRON 15
Reid DEG-5, Hartley DEG-12, Forrestal DEG-19, Silverstein DEG-29, Evans DE-708, Van Voorhis DE-713, Crowley DE-726, John R. Perry DE-735

CORTRON 18
Cooke DEG-22, Cuthbertson DEG-26, Bauer DE-710, Itrich DE-720, Schofield DE-725, Sederstrom DE-729, Charles Berry DE-736, Forsyth DE-742

SUBRON 9
Greenfish SS-357, Capitaine SS-343, Cusk SS-354, Lionfish SS-305, Manta SS-306, Aspro SS-316, Tiru SS-421, Icefish SS-373, Springer SS-419, Sabalo SS-308, Roncador SS-309, Mero SS-384

SUBRON 11
Marlin SSN-542, Snapper SSN-543, Robalo SSN-558, Megalodon SSN-559, Siren SSN-560, Viperfish SSN-561, Coelacanth SSN-562, Hippocampus SSN-563

SUBRON 13
Grayback SSGN-495, Growler SSGN-496, Gar SSGN-497, Goldring SSGN-498, Halibut SSGN-503, Tuna SSGN-504, Trumpetfish SSGN-556, Mackerel SSGN-557

PHIBRON 1
Republic BBHA-2
Bataan LPH-5
Plymouth LPD-2
Whetstone LSD-27, Hermitage LSD-32, Monticello LSD-33
Nathanael Greene LPA-250, Jebediah Huntington LPA-262
Capricornus LKA-57, Algol LKA-54, Electra LKA-4, Libra LKA-12, Tulare LKA-97
Talbot County LST-1253, Tallahatchie County LST-1254, De Soto County LST-1283, Wahkiakum County LST-1308, Waldo County LST-1309, Washoe County LST-1311

6 Mars class Combat Stores Ships
Mars AFS-1, Saturn AFS-2, Jupiter AFS-3, Neptune AFS-4, Mercury AFS-5, Venus AFS-6

4 Hood class Fast Combat Support Ships
Hood AOE-1, Rainier AOE-2, Greylock AOE-3, Elbert AOE-4

30 Suamico class Replenishment Oilers
Suamico AO-69, Tallulah AO-80, Pecos AO-85, Cache AO-87, Millicoma AO-93, Saranac AO-94, Saugatuck AO-95, Schuylkill AO-96, Cossatot AO-103, Chepachet AO-104, Cowanesque AO-106, Escambia AO-109, Kennebago AO-110, Cahaba AO-111, Mascoma AO-112, Ocklawaha AO-113, Pamanset AO-114, Ponaganset AO-115, Sebec AO-116, Tomahawk AO-117, Pasig AO-118, Abatan AO-119, Soubarissen AO-120, Anacostia AO-121, Caney AO-122, Tamalpais AO-123, Cohocton AO-124, Concho AO-125, Conecuh AO-126, Contoocook AO-127

6 Neosho class Fleet Replenishment Oilers
Neosho AO-163, Mississinewa AO-164, Hassayampa AO-165, Kawishiwi AO-166, Truckee AO-167, Pounchatoul AO-168

4 Maumee class Fleet Replenishment Oilers
Maumee AO-169, Shoshone AO-170, Washoe AO-171, Alamosa AO-172

10 Vulcan class Heavy Repair Ships
Vulcan AR-5, Ajax AR-6, Hector AR-7, Jason AR-8, Delta AR-9, Briareus AR-10, Alcor AR-11, Rigel AR-12, Amphion AR-13, Cadmus AR-14

6 Haven class Hospital Ships
Haven AH-12, Sanctuary AH-13, Solace AH-14, Mercy AH-15, Comfort AH-16, Tranquility AH-17

30 Apache class Fleet Tugs
Apache ATF-67, Arapaho ATF-68, Bannock ATF-77, Carib ATF-78, Chilula ATF-79, Cherokee ATF-66, Chickasaw ATF-80, Chippewa ATF-69, Choctaw ATF-70, Cree ATF-81, Hekawi ATF-93, Hopi ATF-71, Kiowa ATF-72, Lipan ATF-82, Mataco ATF-83, Menominee ATF-73, Moreno ATF-84, Narrangansett ATF-91, Nauset ATF-92, Navajo AT-64, Pawnee ATF-74, Pinto ATF-85, Seminole ATF-65, Seneca ATF-86, Sioux ATF-75, Tawasa ATF-88, Tekesta ATF-90, Ute ATF-76, Yuma ATF-89, Zuni ATF-87

12 Submarine Tenders
Hunley AS-31, Holland AS-32
Aegir AS-23, Apollo AS-24, Anthedon AS-25
Nereus AS-17, Proteus AS-18, Orion AS-19, Otus AS-20
Fulton AS-11, Sperry AS-12, Bushnell AS-15

18 Destroyer Tenders
Yellowstone AD-25, Grand Island AD-26, Isle Royale AD-27, Tidewater AD-28, Bryce Canyon AD-29, Great Lakes AD-30, Canopus AD-31, Arrowhead AD-32
Arcadia AD-22, Everglades AD-23, Frontier AD-24
Hamul AD-20, Markab AD-21
Dixie AD-14, Prairie AD-15, Piedmont AD-16, Sierra AD-17, Yosemite AD-18

3 Dragon Carriers
Draco CD-1, Tarasque CD-2, Fafnir CD-3

6 Seaplane Tenders
Currituck AV-7, Norton Sound AV-11, Pine Island AV-12, Salisbury Sound AV-13
Curtiss AV-20, Albermarle AV-20

16 Guardian class Radar Picket Ships
Guardian AGR-1, Lookout AGR-2, Skywatcher AGR-3, Searcher AGR-4, Scanner AGR-5, Locator AGR-6, Picket AGR-7, Interceptor AGR-8, Investigator AGR-9, Outpost AGR-10, Protector AGR-11, Vigil AGR-12, Interdictor AGR-13, Interpreter AGR-14, Interrupter AGR-15, Watchman AGR-16

UDT-11: Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
UDT-12: Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
UDT- 21: Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek
UDT- 22: Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek

SEAL Team One: Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
SEAL Team Two: Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek

Atlantic Fleet
Amphibious Construction Battalion Two

NMCB 1
NMCB 3
NMCB 6
NMCB 7
NMCB 10
NMCB 12
NMCB 15
NMCB 16
NMCB 23
NMCB 25
NMCB 32
NMCB 40
NMCB 43
NMCB 44
NMCB 50
NMCB 51

Pacific Fleet
Amphibious Construction Battalion One

NMCB 2
NMCB 4
NMCB 5
NMCB 8
NMCB 9
NMCB 11
NMCB 18
NMCB 20
NMCB 24
NMCB 26
NMCB 29
NMCB 36
NMCB 42
NMCB 48
NMCB 49
NMCH 52

1038 F-8 Crusaders
786 F-4 Phantoms
132 F-7 Sea Darts
129 F-6 Skylancers

1126 A-4 Skyhawks
524 A-6 Intruders
326 A-5 Vigilantes
124 A-3 Skywarriors

52 E-2 Hawkeyes
102 E-1 Tracers

110 C-1 Trader
128 C-136 Tradewinds

127 P-1 Mercators
672 P-2 Neptunes
312 P-3 Orions
123 P-5 Marlins
250 P-6 Seamaster
89 P-7 Submaster

254 TF-9 Cougars
427 T-2 Buckeyes

127 CH-37 Sea Lords
280 SH-2 Seasprites
364 UH-34 Sea Horses
376 Kaman Rotodynes
529 SH-3 Sea Kings

4 Manhattan Class Nuclear Skyships
USS Manhattan ZGSN-17
USS New England ZGSN-18
USS Shenandoah ZGSN-19
USS Rappahannock ZGSN-20

9 Canaan Class Skyships
USS Canaan ZGS-8
USS Lebanon ZGS-9
USS Fremont ZGS-10
USS Menomonee ZGS-11
USS Hamlin ZGS-12
USS Wabash ZGS-13
USS Susquehanna ZGS-14
USS Rio Grande ZGS-15
USS Blackstone ZGS-16

7 Klamath Class Skyships
USS Klamath ZGS-1
USS Potomac ZGS-2
USS Nantucket ZGS-3
USS Canonicus ZGS-4
USS Keokuk ZGS-5
USS Pocahontas ZGS-6
USS Mohican ZGS-7

3 Goodyear Type S-2 General Purpose/ASW Nuclear Airships
ZUSGN-177
ZUSGN-178
ZUSGN-179

16 Goodyear Type S-1 General Purpose Airships
ZUG-161
ZUG-162
ZUG-163
ZUG-164
ZUG-165
ZUG-166
ZUG-167
ZUG-168
ZUG-169
ZUG-170
ZUG-171
ZUG-172
ZUG-173
ZUG-174
ZUG-175
ZUG-176

24 Goodyear Type R-4 Anti-Submarine Airships
ZSG-137
ZSG-138
ZSG-139
ZSG-140
ZSG-141
ZSG-142
ZSG-143
ZSG-144
ZSG-145
ZSG-146
ZSG-147
ZSG-148
ZSG-149
ZSG-150
ZSG-151
ZSG-152
ZSG-153
ZSG-154
ZSG-155
ZSG-156
ZSG-157
ZSG-158
ZSG-159
ZSG-160

36 Goodyear Type R-2 Patrol Airships
ZPG-110
ZPG-112
ZPG-113
ZPG-114
ZPG-115
ZPG-116
ZPG-117
ZPG-118
ZPG-119
ZPG-120
ZPG-121
ZPG-122
ZPG-123
ZPG-124
ZPG-125
ZPG-126
ZPG-127
ZPG-128
ZPG-129
ZPG-130
ZPG-131
ZPG-132
ZPG-133
ZPG-134
ZPG-135
ZPG-136


127 P-1 Mercators (6 Squadrons):
VP-46 Grey Knights (NAS Corpus Christi)
VP-63 Albatross (NAS Mayport)
VP-85 Harpies (NAS Guantanamo)
VP-107 Reluctant Dragons (NAS Barbers Point)
VP-133 Dodos (NAS Waller, Trinidad)
VP-145 Ocean Kings (NAS Oakland)

736 P-2 Neptunes (42 Squadrons):
VP-4 Skinny Dragons (NAS Oceana)
VP-6 Sunday Fliers (NAS Keflavik, Iceland)
VP-8 Conquestadors (NAS Argentia, Newfoundland)
VP-9 Golden Falcons (NAS Jacksonville)
VP-10 Red Lancers (NAS Gloriana, Azure Islands)
VP-13 Fortune's Fools (NAS Corpus Christi)
VP-14 Snakebites (NAS Pensacola)
VP-17 White Lightnings (NAS Oceana)
VP-19 Eagle Knights (NAS Mayport)
VP-22 Blue Geese (NAS Atsugi, Japan)
VP-24 Batmen (NAS Key West)
VP-25 Bulldogs (NAS Oceana)
VP-28 Hawaiian Warriors (NAS Barbers Point)
VP-29 Steel Raptors (NAS Lakehurst)
VP-31 Black Lightnings (NAS St. Peter's)
VP-32 Mighty Marauders (NAS North Island)
VP-35 Purple Wyverns (NAS Glynco)
VP-36 Scrappers (NAS Barbers Point)
VP-40 Fighting Marlins (NAS Tillamook)
VP-42 Sea Demons (NAS Anacostia)
VP-44 Golden Pelicans (NAS Midway)
VP-47 Flying Minotaurs (NAS Gloriana, Azure Islands)
VP-48 Boomers (NAS Lakehurst)
VP-52 Salty Dogs (NAS Anchorage, Alaska)
VP-54 Zulus (NAS Oceana)
VP-55 Bloodhounds (NAS Rota, Spain)
VP-56 Howlin' Wolves (NAS Bermuda)
VP-58 Nor'easters (NAS Cubi Point, Philippines)
VP-60 Battlebirds (NAS Sigonella, Italy)
VP-61 Royal Rogues (NAS Chatham)
VP-62 Broad Arrows (NAS Bermuda)
VP-64 Condors (NAS Brunswick)
VP-68 Jackalopes (NAS Sigonella, Italy)
VP-69 Totems (NAS Whidbey Island)
VP-70 Silver Dwarves (NAS Montauk)
VP-72 Roughnecks (NAS Lakehurst)
VP-73 Bellicose Gators (NAS Lemoore)
VP-74 Pink Panthers (NAS Patuxent River)
VP-76 Big Brothers (NAS Quonset Point)
VP-80 Patrolmen (NAS Souda Bay, Crete)
VP-84 Steel Roosters (NAS Lakehurst)
VP-87 Big Red (NAS Roosevelt Roads, Porto Rico)

312 P-3 Orions (20 Squadrons)
VP-1 Freedom Fighters (NAS Gloriana, Azure Islands)
VP-2 Sky Rollers (NAS Bermuda)
VP-5 Mad Foxes (NAS Lakehurst)
VP-8 Tigercats (NAS Keflavik, Iceland)
VP-12 Ice Pirates (NAS Cubi Point, Philippines)
VP-13 Desert Bogies (NAS Roosevelt Roads, Porto Rico)
VP-20 Beasts (NAS Hsinchu, Taiwan)
VP-23 Sea Hawks (NAS Rota, Spain)
VP-27 Ironfists (NAS Pelelieu)
VP-30 Pro's Nest (NAS Oceana)
VP-33 Flying Fangs (NAS Futenma, Okinawa)
VP-34 Cosmic Rats (NAS Rodman, Panama)
VP-41 Lucky Stars (NAS Oceana)
VP-45 Pelicans (NAS Mayport)
VP-49 Woodpeckers (NAS Oceana)
VP-50 Blue Dragons (NAS Agana, Guam)

123 P5 Marlins (6 Squadrons):
VP-18 Flying Phantoms (NAS Ford Island)
VP-26 Dumbos (NAS Bermuda)
VP-67 Old Buzzards (NAS Cubi Point, Philippines)
VP-88 Crawfishers (NAS Exuma, Bahamas)
VP-122 Iron Lobsters (NAS Wake)
VP-147 Fleet Hawks (NAS Midway)

250 P-6 Seamaster (18 Squadrons):
VP-3 Flying Sharks (NAS Oceana)
VP-7 Black Falcons (NAS Whidbey Island)
VP-11 Proud Pegasus (NAS Brunswick)
VP-15 White Crows (NAS Oakland)
VP-16 War Eagles (NAS Keflavik, Iceland)
VP-21 Black Jacks (NAS Patuxent River)
VP-38 Lightning Bolts (NAS Cubi Point, Philippines)
VP-57 Devilfish (NAS Lakehurst)
VP-59 Red Maces (NAS Oceana)
VP-63 Blue Raiders (NAS Sigonella, Italy)
VP-66 High Hats (NAS Barbers Point)
VP-71 Privateers (NAS Pensacola)
VP-75 Pied Pipers (NAS Barbers Point)
VP-82 Midnight Mariners (NAS Jacksonville)
VP-95 Minutemen (NAS Corpus Christi)
VP-113 Screaming Kestrels (NAS Agana, Guam)
VP-119 Crazy Monkeys (NAS Rota, Spain)
VP-125 Rolling Thunder (NAS Whidbey Island)

89 P7 Submasters (6 Squadrons):
VP-39 Sea Wraiths (NAS Ford Island)
VP-53 Rocs (NAS Argentia, Newfoundland)
VP-103 Martlets (NAS Whidbey Island)
VP-104 Wolverators (NAS Jacksonville)
VP-115 Flying Turtles (NAS Kodiak, Alaska)
VP-139 Vee Bees (NAS Keflavik, Iceland)

128 C-136 Tradewinds (5 Squadrons)
VC-140 Taskmasters (NAS Whidbey Island)
VC-150 Capital Skyliners (NAS Barbers Point)
VC-152 Pilgrims (NAS Oceana)
VC-153 Duty Cats (NAS Jacksonville)
VC-154 Longhaulers (NAS Cubi Point, Philippines)

129 F-6 Skylancers (4 Squadrons)
VF(AW)-1 Battlerattles (NAS Lemoore)
VF(AW)-2 Tar Babies (NAS Whidbey Island)
VF(AW)-3 Ball the Jack (NAS Oceana)
VF(AW)-4 Gandy Dancers (NAS Mayport)

132 F-7 Sea Darts (6 Squadrons)
VF(S)-1 Old Faithful
VF(S)-2 Cracklin' Kraken
VF(S)-3 Iron Boots
VF(S)-4 Fourrunners
VF(S)-5 Eskimos
VF(S)-6 Agropelters

254 TF-9 Cougars (8 Squadrons)
VT-1 Shooters (NAS Meridian)
VT-2 Doerbirds (NAS Corpus Christi)
VT-5 Bobcats (NAS Pensacola)
VT-7 Eaglets (NAS Glynco)
VT-12 Skyhogs (NAS Meridian)
VT-18 Sawbacks (NAS Corpus Christi)
VT-20 Mohicans (NAS Glynco)
VT-23 Beagles (NAS Pensacola)

427 T-2 Buckeyes (16 Squadrons)
VT-3 Red Knights (NAS Kingsville)
VT-4 Warbucks (NAS Meridian)
VT-6 Shooters (NAS Whiting Field)
VT-8 Puckered Penguins (NAS Glynco)
VT-9 Steeleyes (NAS Kingsville)
VT-10 Lone Wolves (NAS Whiting Field)
VT-11 Fighting Frogs (NAS Pensacola)
VT-13 Fireflies (NAS Chase Field)
VT-14 Trailblazers (NAS Pensacola)
VT-15 Sandstorms (NAS Whiting Field)
VT-16 Wendigo (NAS Chase Field)
VT-17 Stronghearts (NAS Chase Field)
VT-19 Bushwhackers (NAS Corpus Christi)
VT-21 Longhorns (NAS Meridian)
VT-22 Rocketeers (NAS Glynco)
VT-24 Splintercats (NAS Kingsville)

CVW-1 Enterprise
VF-41 Black Aces: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-103 Jolly Rogers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-92 Silver Kings: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-157 Lone Wolves: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-27 Royal Maces: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-75 Sunday Punchers: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-25 Crimson Hammers: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-2 Royal Rampants: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-115 Liberty Bells: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-129 Vikings: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-239 Sky Eyes: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-46 Spartans: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-2 Independence
VF-1 Wolfpack: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-71 Wailin' Banshees: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-171 Sky Aces: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-94 Mighty Shrikes: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-87 Golden Warriors: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-52 Knight Riders: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-19 Death Dealers: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-6 Fleurs: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-173 Norsemen: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-135 Black Ravens: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-228 Peeping Toms: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-44 Warlords: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-3 United States
VF-101 Grim Reapers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-256 Screaming Eagles: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-21 Freelancers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-177 Rough Riders: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-64 Warhammers: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-99 Air Barons: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-28 Wrath Riders: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-5 Savage Sons: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-244 Stormbreakers: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-170 Grizzlies: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-63 Eyes of the Fleet: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-55 Tridents: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-4 Intrepid
VF-5 Shooting Stars: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-24 Fighting Renegades: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-86 Vagabonds: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-178 Flying Braves: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-46 Clansmen: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-55 Torpcats: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-22 Speartips: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-10 Overlords: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-89 Foo-Dogs: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-148 Nightstalkers: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-227 Hawkeyes: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-43 Grandmasters: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-5 Iwo Jima
VF-53 Iron Angels: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-109 Knighthawks: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-240 Executioners: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-35 Black Panthers: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-156 Battering Rams: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-23 Thunderbirds: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-123 Screwtops: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-133 Flying Wizards: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-47 Raptors: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-6 Ranger
VF-10 Victory: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-62 Boomerangs: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-161 Chargers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-189 Sundancers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-146 Blue Diamonds: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-192 Golden Dragons: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-14 Raging Bison: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-12 Protectors: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-126 Nulli Secondus: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-160 Spark Dogs: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-17 Fighting Photos: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-62 Smilin' Crocodiles: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-7 Coral Sea
VF-82 Cyclones: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-100 Centurions: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-106 Gladiators: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-196 Thundercats: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-235 Skylancers: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-30 Black Talons: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-88 Cotton Pickers: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-188 Black Swans: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-50 Swamp Foxes: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-8 Constellation
VF-6 Sixshooters: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-49 Avengers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-183 Gunslingers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-200 Golden Stars: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-195 Dambusters: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-231 Royal Blues: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-15 Sambos: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-7 Peacemakers of the Fleet: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-91 Wild Geese: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-142 Grim Watchdogs: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-273 Cloudbusters: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-54 Golden Gators: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-9 New Orleans
VF-20 Roarin' Bulls: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-73 Jesters: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-108 Wild Cats: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-204 River Rattlers: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-237 Golden Intruders: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-27 Ravagers: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-78 Fightin' Escargot: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-141 Shadowhawks: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-63 Harpoons: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-10 Tripoli
VF-28 Fighting Airedales: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-26 Cave Bears: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-162 Privateers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-97 Warhawks: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-182 Iron Whales: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-17 Heavyweights: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-112 Early Birds: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-166 Electric Horsemen: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-40 Magicians: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-11 Okinawa
VF-30 Meataxers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-96 Fighting Falcons: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-107 Flying Eagles: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-83 Rampagers: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-153 Blue Tail Flies: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-21 Roadrunners: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-243 Sweepstakes: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-193 Jockeys: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-59 Flying Camels: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-12 Valley Forge
VF-66 Waldomen: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-229 Bitter Birds: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-205 Green Falcons: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-114 Hormel Hawgs: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-168 Barbarians: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-22 Sea Knights: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVW-13 Guadalcanal
VF-102 Diamondbacks: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-111 Sundowners: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-74 Flyin' Axes: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-36 Blockbusters: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-152 Friendlies: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-20 Broadswords: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-125 Tigertails: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-138 Yellowjackets: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-53 Hellions: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-14 Philippine Sea
VF-61 Gay Blades: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-127 Rough Raiders: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-174 Hellrazors: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-272 Death Chickens: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-159 Skymasters: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-10 Packrats: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVSW-29 Essex
VA-34 Blue Blasters: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-20 Honey Badgers: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-33 Screwbirds: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-113 Black Eagles: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-5 Nightdippers: 12 x SH-3 Sea King

CVSW-32 Ticonderoga
VA-37 Ragin Bulls: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-29 Dragonfires: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-40 Rattlesnakes: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-167 Gators: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-16 Big Dippers: 12 x SH-3 Sea King

CVSW-33 Boxer
VA-115 Eagles: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-24 Scouts: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-37 Sawbucks: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-207 Madcats: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-8 Eightballers: 12 x SH-3 Sea King

CVSW-35 Lake Champlain
VA-45 Fish Hawks: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-27 Pelicans: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-23 Black Cats: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-120 Grey Hawks: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-7 Dusty Dogs: 12 x SH-3 Sea Kings

Atlantic Reserve Carrier Wing
VA-176 Thunderbolts: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VA-206 Iron Men: 12 A-6 Intruders
VAQ-139 Cougars: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAQ-263 Sea Hammers: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAW-253 Wolverines: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VS-28 Gamblers: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-41 Shamrocks: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VF-224 Lionhearts: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-225 Paladins: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-247 Stingarees: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-264 Nemesis: 12 F-4 Phantom II

Fleet Replacement Squadrons Atlantic
VA-185 Nighthawks: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VA-230 Black Diamonds: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-277 Crimson Thunder: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-280 Scarlet Claws: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-33 Ubique: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAQ-150 Axemen: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAQ-181 Wyverns: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAW-261 Waterwitches: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VS-32 Maulers: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-43 Outriders: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VF-246 Freelancers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-255 Tough Kitties: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-249 Pacemakers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-275 Highwaymen: 12 F-4 Phantom II
HS-21 Blackjacks: 12 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-34 Greencheckers: 12 SH-3 Sea Kings
VSU-57 Vultures: 12 Kaman Rotodynes
VSU-60 Bobcats: 12 Kaman Rotodynes

Atlantic Fleet Helicopter Squadrons:
HS-2 Fleet Angels: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-6 Indians: 24 x SH-3 Sea King
HS-9 Tridents: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-12 Golden Falcons: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-24 Yankees: 24 x SH-3 Sea King
HS-27 Huskies: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-28 Dragon Whales: 24 x SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-29 Fire Hawks: 24 x SH-3 Sea King

Atlantic Fleet Carrier Onboard Delivery Squadrons
VRC-50 Foo Dogs: 16 C-2 Greyhounds
VRC-60 Nomads: 16 C-2 Greyhounds

CVW-15 Langley
VF-2 Bounty Hunters: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-29 Outlaws: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-154 Black Knights: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-254 Jokers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-113 Stingers: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-175 Devil's Diplomats: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-13 Bats: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-1 Tigers: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-116 Sun Kings: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-222 Bigfoots: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-7 World Recorders: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-52 Sabrehawks: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-16 Saratoga
VF-14 Tophatters: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-23 Sky Tigers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-219 Blue Nemesis: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-234 Yellow Devils: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-72 Blue Hawks: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-93 Blue Blazers: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-24 Long Lances: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-3 Sea Dragons: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-124 Bear Aces: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-128 Fighting Phoenix: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-233 Red Flash: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-56 Hussars: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-17 America
VF-11 Red Rippers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-32 Swordsmen: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-110 Kestrels: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-151 Vigilantes: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-56 Champions: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-163 Saints: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-31 Skysharks: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-9 Hoot Owls: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-70 Bullfrogs: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-209 Star Warriors: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-269 Skywatchers: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-58 Black Widows: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-18 Princeton
VF-4 Rippers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-179 Steel Cats: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-215 Fighting Hellcats: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-220 Night Cappers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-25 Fist of the Fleet: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-42 Green Pawns: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-18 Strongbows: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-11 Checkertails: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-79 Night Wolves: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-134 Garudas: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-276 Stormwalkers: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-45 Jaguars: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-19 Oriskany
VF-191 Flying Kittens: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-221 Vipers: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-12 Ubangis: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-121 Blue Tails: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-130 Zappers: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-17 Neptune's Raiders: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVW-20 Midway
VF-13 Black Cats: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-33 Tarsiers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-186 Milestones: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-149 Skeeters: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-44 Hornets: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-16 White Blades: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-117 Wallbangers: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-140 Patriots: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-51 Wolfpack: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-21 Bonhomme Richard
VF-143 Kingpins: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-194 Red Lightnings: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-210 Black Hawks: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-90 Crossbows: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-158 Flashbacks: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-19 Emerald Knights: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVW-22 Lake Erie
VF-105 Cannoneers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-201 Hunters: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-144 Seawolves: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-119 Steeljaws: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-137 Rooks: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-33 Gorgons: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVW-23 Lexington
VF-31 Tomcatters: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-98 Sidewinders: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-198 Fightin' Dogs: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-236 Copperheads: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-145 Rustlers: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-22 Fighting Redcocks: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-32 Firebringers: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-4 Fourrunners: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-241 Wayfarers: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-132 Scorpions: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-271 Cyclops: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-42 Seahawks: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-24 Franklin D. Roosevelt
VF-19 Vulcans: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-81 Sunliners: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-199 Manticores: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-85 Morning Stars: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-164 Ghostwings: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-26 Furious Angels: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-251 Myrmidons: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-136 Gauntlets: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VSU-48 Proud Warriors: 4 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-25 Kitty Hawk
VF-3 Gunfighters: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-50 Cowboys: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-184 Griffins: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-211 Checkmates: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-15 Valions: 16 A-6 Intruders
VA-165 Boomers: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAH-29 Harbingers: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAH-8 Fireballers: 4 A-3 Skywarriors
VAW-245 Ironsides: 4 E-2 Hawkeyes
VAQ-218 Mosquitoes: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VFP-231 Photomasters: 4 RA-3 Skywarriors
VSU-49 Battlecats: 8 Kaman Rotodynes

CVW-26 Reprisal
VF-104 Flyin' Lions: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-203 Mavericks: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-212 Rampant Raiders: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-122 Hummer Gators: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-131 Lancers: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-26 Goshawks: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVW-27 Crown Point
VF-213 Black Lions: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-202 Superheats: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-215 Barn Owls: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-242 Flying Fish: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-217 Firedancers: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-11 Gunbearers: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVW-28 Port Royal
VF-18 Silver Foxes: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-187 Longswords: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VA-209 Yellow Jackets: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VAW-77 Genies: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VAQ-143 Cobras: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
HS-1 Gold Guardians: 4 SH-3 Sea Kings

CVSW-30 Bennington
VA-172 Blue Bolts: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-30 Diamondcutters: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-42 Blue Bandits: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-118 Grey Berets: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-3 Merlins: 12 x SH-3 Sea Kings

CVSW-31 Leyte
VA-84 Night Hecklers: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-25 Kingfishers: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-36 Gray Wolves: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-248 Gold Larks: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-23 Wildcards: 12 x SH-3 Sea Kings

CVSW-34 Kearsarge
VA-76 Spirits: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-22 Vidars: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-34 Proud Tigers: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-197 Golden Bears: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-25 Island Knights: 12 x SH-3 Sea Kings

CVSW-36 Randolph
VA-155 Flying Cannons: 12 x A-4 Skyhawk
VS-21 Fighting Redtails: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VS-38 Red Griffins: 12 x S-2 Tracker
VAW-169 Stormbirds: 4 x E-1 Tracers
HS-4 Invaders: 12 x SH-3 Sea King

Pacific Reserve Carrier Wing
VA-147 Argonauts: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VA-180 Blackbirds: 12 A-6 Intruders
VAQ-190 Trojans: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAQ-265 Paragons: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAW-268 Reavers: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VS-35 Boomerangers: 12 x S-2 Trackers
VS-39 Hoot Owls: 12 x S-2 Trackers
VF-226 Polecats: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-250 Sluggers: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-266 Vindicators: 12 F-4 Phantom II
VF-279 Maelstroms: 12 F-4 Phantom II

Fleet Replacement Squadrons Pacific
VAQ-259 Death Hawks: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VAQ-262 Black Scythes: 4 EA-6 Prowlers
VA-95 Uninvited: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VA-112 Broncos: 24 A-4 Skyhawks
VA-274 Whispering Death: 12 A-6 Intruders
VA-278 Bull Riders: 12 A-6 Intruders
VAH-34 Professionals: 12 A-5 Vigilantes
VAW-270 Iron Maidens: 4 x E-1 Tracers
VS-26 Lucky Tigers: 12 x S-2 Trackers
VS-31 High Rollers: 12 x S-2 Trackers
VF-257 White Lightning: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
VF-258 Men-O-War: 12 F-4 Phantom IIs
VF-260 Bearcats: 12 F-4 Phantom IIs
VF-267 Harlequins: 12 F-8 Crusader IIIs
HS-13 Sub Choppers: 12 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-32 Stingrays: 12 SH-3 Sea Kings
VSU-41 Airwolves: 12 Kaman Rotodynes
VSU-61 Golden Leopards: 12 Kaman Rotodynes

Pacific Fleet Helicopter Squadrons:
HS-14 Hard Chargers: 24 x SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-15 Black Stallions: 24 x SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-18 Task Masters: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-20 Redwolves: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings

HS-30 Grasshoppers: 24 x SH-3 Sea King
HS-31 Diving Dolphins: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-35 Fighting Parrots: 24 SH-3 Sea Kings
HS-36 Lamplighters: 24 x SH-3 Sea Kings

Pacific Fleet Carrier Onboard Delivery Squadrons
VRC-30 Providers: 16 C-2 Greyhounds
VRC-40 Rawhides: 16 C-2 Greyhounds


US Navy Reserve: 819 ships, 3287 aircraft, 879,432 personnel

4 Aircraft Carriers
4 Light Aircraft Carriers
36 Escort Carriers (22 Commencement Bay, 14 Casablanca)
39 Cruisers (23 Cleveland, 5 Atlanta, 6 Troy, 5 Baltimore)
132 Destroyers (108 Fletcher, 24 Gleaves)
146 Destroyer Escorts (68 Rudderow, 40 Edsall, 38 Cannon)
74 Submarines (74 Balao)
382 Amphibious Warships (262 LST, 68 Haskell LPA, 52 LKA)

CV: Antietam CV-26, Chancellorsville CV-27, Shangri-La CV-29, Tarawa CV-31

CVL: Belleau Wood CVL-39, San Jacinto CVL-45, Wake Island CVL-47, Pelelieu CVL-48

CVE: Commencement Bay, Block Island, Gilbert Islands, Cape Gloucester, Salerno Bay, Vella Gulf, Rendova, Badoeng Strait, Sicily, Palau, Tinian, Bastogne, Lingayen, Mindoro, Point Cruz, Savo Island, Cape St. George, Espiritu Santo, Biak, Makin Island, Choiseul, Palawan Solomons, Lisbon, Cape Esperance, Bougainville, Hollandia, Tulagi, Thetis Bay, Anzio, Wake Island, Marcus Island, Truk, Corregidor, Morotai, Nauru

CA: Helena CA-86, Toledo CA-87, Charlotte CA-118, Jackson CA-119, Scranton CA-120

CL: Columbia CL-68, Denver CL-70, Amsterdam CL-71, Santa Fe CL-72, Tallahassee CL-73, Birmingham CL-74, Pasadena CL-76, Topeka CL-79, San Bernadino CL-97, Dayton CL-99, Wilkes Barre CL-103, Portsmouth CL-104, Duluth CL-105, Tallahassee CL-106, Corpus Christi CL-107, San Jose CL-108, Lansing CL-128, Athens CL-129, Syracuse CL-130, Alexandria CL-131, Tacoma CL-133, Madison CL-134, Orlando CL-135

Reno CL-62, Flint CL-63, Tucson CL-64, Spokane CL-65, Fresno CL-66

Troy CL-109, Huron CL-110, Chattanooga CL-111, Buffalo CL-112, El Paso CL-113, Montpelier CL-114

DD: Gleaves, Eberle, Plunkett, Kearney, Grayson, Ludlow, Swanson, Ellyson, Macomb, Fitch, Lansdowne, McCalla, Mervine, Quick, Carmick, McCook, Frankford, Jeffers, Baldwin, Cowie, Doran, Earle, Gheradi, Shubrick

Fletcher, Radford, Jenkins, La Vallette, Chevalier, Waller, Strong, Bache, Guest, Fullam, Hutchins, Pringle, Stanley, Leutze, Renshaw, Eaton, Foote, Terry, Wadsworth, Ammen, Mullany, Trathen, Heermann, Owen, The Sullivans, Steven Potter, Tingey, Boyd, Cowell, David W. Taylor, Laws, Smalley, Wren, Claxton, Charles Ausburne, Harrison, John Rodgers, Sproston, Conner, Halligan, Harraden, Bell, Howarth, Hart, Metcalf, Abbot, Erben, Sigourney, Albert W. Grant, Cogswell, Bearss, John Hood, Colahan, Dashiell, Bullard, Bennion, Richard P. Leahy, Clarence K. Bronson, Healy, Lewis Hancock, Marshall, McNair, Porterfield, Stockham, Wedderburn, Picking, Halsey Powell, Uhlmann, Remey, Norman Scott, Mertz, Cassin Young, Irwin, Preston, Charrette, Rooks, Gregory, Monssen, Jarvis, Irwin, Mertz, Remey, Picking, McGowan, Hunt, Gatling, Dortch, Cotten, Chauncey, Bryant, Colahan, Heywood L. Edwards, Van Valkenburgh, Knapp, Stembel, Braine, Wiley, Killen, Izard, Burns, Bell, Haraden, Sproston, Murray, Dyson, Aulick, Smalley

DE:
Gaynier, Curtis W. Howard, John J. Van Burne, Willard Keith, Paul G. Baker, Damon Cummings, Milton Lewis, George M. Campbell, Russell M. Cox, Clarence L. Evans, Riddle, Samuel L. Miles, Swearer, Wingfield, Cates, Cronin, Herzog, Marts, Reybold, Pennewill, Eldridge, Slater, Ebert, Garfield Thomas, Wesson, Thornhill, Gandy, Burrows, Rinehart, Gustafson, O’Neill, Eisner, Stern, Bangust, Waterman, Bostwick, Hemminger, Baron

Edsall, Hurst, Camp, Forster, Thomas J. Gary, Pilsbury, Pope, Joyce, Flaherty, Frederick C. Davis, Hammann, Douglas L. Howard, J.R.Y. Blakely, Fessenden, Fiske, Huse, Inch, Blair, Brough, Neunzer, Poole, Peterson, Sturtevant, Moore, Keith, Tomich, J. Richard Ward, Ottersletter, Marchand, Sellstrom, Harverson, Leopold, Newell, Falgout, Lowe, O’Reilly, Koiner, Calcaterra, Cockerill, Holder

Rudderow, Day, Chaffee, Hodges, Riley, Leslie L.B. Knox, McNulty, Metivier, George A. Johnson, Charles J. Kimmel, Daniel A. Joy, Lough, Thomas F. Nickel, Peiffer, Tinsman, DeLong, Coates, Eugene E. Elmore, Holt, Jobb, Parle, Crosley, Cread, Ruchamkin, Kirwin, Kinzer, Register, Brock, John Q. Roberts, William M. Hobby, Ray K. Edwards, Arthur L. Bristol, Ringness, Knudson, Rednour, Tollberg, William J. Pattison, Myers, Walter B. Cobb, Earle B. Hall, Harry L. Corl, Belet, Julius A. Raven, Walsh, Hunter Marshall, Earheart, Walter S. Gorka, Rogers Blood, Joseph M. Auman, Kline, Raymon W. Herndon, Scribner, Alex Diachenko, Horace A. Bass, Wantuck, Bray, Gosselin, Begor, Cavallaro, Donald W. Wolf, Cook, Walter X. Young, Balduck, Burdo, Weiss, Carpellotti, Don O. Woods, Beverly W. Reid

SS: Balao, Billfish, Bowfin, Cabrilla, Crevalle, Devilfish, Lancetfish, Tilefish, Batfish, Archerfish, Baya, Becuna, Bergall, Besugo, Caiman, Blower, Charr, Chub, Brill, Bugara, Bumper, Cabezon, Dentuda, Carbonero, Entemedor, Chivo, Chopper, Clamagore, Cochino, Corporal, Cubera, Halfbeak, Eel, Espada, Jawfish, Garlopa, Garrupa, Goldring, Guavina, Guitarro, Hammerhead, Hardhead, Hawkbill, Jallao, Kete, Loggerhead, Mapiro, Menhaden, Picuda, Pampanito, Pilotfish, Pintado, Pipefish, Pomfret, Sterlet, Queenfish, Redfish, Sea Devil, Spikefish, Sea Owl, Sea Poacher, Sea Robin, Sennet, Piper, Threadfin, Spadefish, Stickleback, Turbot, Escolar, Whitefish, Seafang, Aspidochelone, Fierasfer, Firefish

LPA: Mecklenburg, McLennan, Maricopa, Medera, Luzerne, Iredell, Hempstead, Harnett, Glynn, Dane, Bexar, Bronx, Bottineau, Bollinger, Sevier, San Sabra, Saint Croix, Rockwall, Rockingham, Rockbridge, Renville, Rawlins, Bingham, Randall, Pitt, Pickaway, Noble, New Kent, Neshoba, Navarro, Mountrail, Montrose, Telfair, Tazewell, Mifflin, Sibley, Sherburne, Sarasota, Meriwether, Menifee, Menard, Marathon, Magoffin, McCracken, Lubbock, Logan, Lenawee, Sandoval, Sanborn, Rutland, Pondera, Pickens, Olmstead, Oconto, Lavaca, Lauderdale, Lander, Kingsbury, Kershaw, Karnes, Jerauld, Hyde, Grimes, Granville, Gosper, Gallapin, Gage, Freestone

LKA: Alcyone, Albireo, Alnilam, Alphard, Alcor, Formalhaut, Denebola, Procyon, Acamar, Aladfar, Aldulfin, Aludra, Ascella, Capella, Dalim, Elgafar, Gacrux, Hamal, Kuma, Lesath, Markeb, Mizar, Regor, Schedar, Sheratan, Tegmine Centaurus, Cepheus, Thuban, Achernar, Alshain, Arnab, Chara, Diphda, Sheliak, Theenim Birgit, Corvus, Lumen, Mellena, Ostara, Pamina, Renate, Roxane, Sarita, Scania, Selinur, Sidonia, Sirona, Tabora, Troilus, Turandot


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