By J. M. Bruce
Airco DH9 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Albatros Productions Ltd.Серия: Windsock DataFile 72Автор(ы): J.M. BruceЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1998Количество страниц: 44ISBN: 1-902207-05-XФормат: pdf (300 dpi) 2480x3504 HQРазмер: 59.1 mb RapidIfolder eighty five
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Ammunition, explosives and chemical agents. Although the requirements of the different theatres varied with local conditions, it took an average 1,600 tons of supplies daily to maintain a divisional 'slice' consisting of a full strength division, plus a proportional share of all the necessary supporting and service troops, plus two air wing 'slices', making a total of 500,000 men in all. The 1,600 tons was broken down in: 1,100 tons of all types of dry cargoes, 475 tons of bulk petroleum products and 25 tons of vehicles.
US Army Lineage Series, 'Armor - Cavalry') The bewildering success of the German armour with their blitzkrieg tactics of 1940 had a profound effect upon American military thinking on the way to use armour. It also led directly to the 'Armored Force' being created on 10 July 1940, with Brig-Gen Adna Chaffee as its commander. Under a week later I Armored Corps was formed, consisting of the 1st and 2nd Armored Divisions, both of which were activated on 15 July. In addition, the 'Armored Force' had one separate non divisional tank battalion, the 70th.
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Airco DH9 by J. M. Bruce