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By George Daughan

On the outbreak of the conflict of 1812, America’s customers seemed dismal. It was once transparent that the first battlefield will be the open ocean—but America’s struggle fleet, in simple terms twenty ships robust, confronted a practiced British army of greater than one thousand men-of-war. nonetheless, via a mixture of nautical deftness and sheer bravado, the yank army controlled to take the struggle to the British and switch the tide of the battle: at the nice Lakes, within the Atlantic, or even within the japanese Pacific.
In 1812: The Navy’s War, prizewinning historian George C. Daughan tells the exciting tale of ways a handful of heroic captains and their stalwart crews overcame surprising odds to steer the rustic to victory opposed to the world’s maximum imperial strength. a beautiful contribution to army and nationwide heritage, 1812: The Navy’s War is the 1st entire account in additional than a century of the way the U.S. army rescued the fledgling state and secured America’s destiny.

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Under the army’s transformation process, the ARNG will assume an end-state structure consisting of 28 BCT (7 HBCT, 1 SBCT, 20 IBCT) FORCES BY ROLE Comd 8 div HQ Armd Recce Mech Inf Lt Inf SF Arty Engr Avn WMD AD Spt Surv Cbt Spt Sigs 7 HBCT, 3 combined arms bn 3 RSTA sqn 1 SBCT 20 IBCT; 11 indep bn 2 gp opcon USSOCOM (total: 3 SF bn) 7 Fires bde 4 bde 2 (heavy) cbt avn bde; 6 (air expeditionary) cbt avn bde (each: 1 aslt hel bn, 1 atk hel bn, 1 gen spt avn bn, 1 avn spt bn, 1 spt/sy hel bn (each: 3 spt/sy coy – to become 4)); 4 theatre avn bde 2 chemical bde; 1 EOD gp; 32 WMD-CST (Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams) 2 bde with MIM-104 Patriot; FIM-92A Avenger 9 spt bde, 17 regional spt gps 5 BfSB (each: 1 reconnaissance and surveillance sqn, 1 BSTB, 1 MI bn) 10 (Manoeuvre enhancement) bde (transforming) 2 bde Army Reserve 198,000 reservists (31,355 active) Inf Avn 5 div (exercise); 7 div (trg) 1 theatre avn bde with (air aslt hel, atk hel and gen spt avn bns) Engr Sig Spt Civil Affairs 4 bde 1 bde 8 spt bde, 2 cbt spt bde 36 (coys) bn opcon USSOCOM; 12 (4 comd, 8 bde) HQ opcon USSOCOM Psyops 2 gp opcon USSOCOM Regional Spt 13 comd gps Army Standby Reserve 700 reservists Downloaded By: [Canadian Research Knowledge Network] At: 00:26 15 February 2010 Trained individuals for mobilisation EQUIPMENT BY TYPE MBT 5,850 M1-A1/M1-A2 Abrams RECCE 96 Tpz-1 Fuchs AIFV 6,452 M-2 Bradley/M-3 Bradley APC 19,637 APC (T) 3,943 M-113A2/M-113A3 APC (W) 15,694: 2,744 Stryker MRAP 12,000; 950 M-ACV ARTY 6,270+ SP 155mm 1,594 M-109A1/M-109A2/M-109A6 TOWED 1,780+: 105mm 434 M-102; 416 M-119; 155mm 697 M-198; 233+ M-777 (replacing M-198) MRL 227mm 830 MLRS (all ATACMS-capable) MOR 2,066: 81mm 990 M-252; 120mm 1,076 M-120/M-121 AT MSL 21,955 SP 2,005: 1,379 HMMWV TOW; 626 M-901 MANPATS 19,950: 950 Javelin (fire and forget); 19,000 M47 Dragon RL 84mm M136 (AT-4) AMPHIBIOUS 124+ LCU 45: 11 LCU-1600 (capacity either 2 M1-A1 Abrams MBT or 350 troops); 34 LCU-2000 LC 79+: 6 Frank Besson (capacity 32 Abrams MBT); 73+ LCM-8 (capacity either 1 MBT or 200 troops) AIRCRAFT RECCE 60: 2 O-2 Skymaster RC-12 49: 37 RC-12D Guardrail/RC-12H Guardrail/RC12K Guardrail; 12 RC-12P Guardrail/RC-12Q Guardrail EW• ELINT 9: 3 Dash-7 ARL-M (COMINT/ELINT); 3 Dash-7 ARL-1 (IMINT); 3 Dash-7 ARL-C (COMINT) TPT 168: 113 C-12 Huron; 2 C-20 Gulfstream; 42 C-23A Sherpa/C-23B Sherpa; 11 C-26 Metro UTL 28 UC-35 Citation HELICOPTERS ATK 1,035: 697 AH-64 Apache (155 AH-64A ; 542 AH64D); 338 OH-58D Kiowa Warrior OBS 247 OH-58A Kiowa/OH-58C Kiowa SAR 15 HH-60L Black Hawk ASLT 36 AH-6/MH-6 Little Bird SPEC OP 116: 6 MH-47E Chinook, 50 MH-47G Chinook; 60 MH-60K Black Hawk/MH-60L Pave Hawk SPT 372: 309 CH-47D Chinook, 63 CH-47F Chinook, UTL 1,902: 58 UH -72A Lakota; 951 UH-60A Black Hawk; 681 UH-60L Black Hawk; 108 UH-60M Black Hawk; 4 UH60Q Black Hawk; 100 UH-1H Iroquois /UH-1V Iroquois TRG 154 TH-67 Creek UAV • TACTICAL 4,034: 20 RQ-5A Hunter; 236 RQ-7A Shadow; 3 I-Gnat; 15 Warrior; 4 Sky Warrior; 3,756 RQ-11 Raven 33 AD• SAM 1,281+ SP 798: 703 FIM-92A Avenger (veh-mounted Stinger); 95 M-6 Linebacker (4 Stinger plus 25mm gun) TOWED 483 MIM-104 Patriot MANPAD FIM-92A Stinger RADAR • LAND 251: 98 AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder (arty); 56 AN/TPQ-37 Firefinder (arty); 60 AN/TRQ-32 Teammate (COMINT); 32 AN/TSQ-138 Trailblazer (COMINT); 5 AN/ TSQ-138A Trailblazer US Navy 329,390; 6,432 active reservists (total 335,822) Comprises 2 Fleet Areas, Atlantic and Pacific.

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