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Dummy Battery

Dummy Battery, originally known as Grain Battery, is a disused fortified gun battery located about 1 kilometre south of the village of Grain, Kent at the confluence of the Rivers Thames and Medway. Completed in 1865, it supported two nearby coast ...

                                               

Grain Wing Battery

Grain Wing Battery is a former gun battery located just east of the village of Grain, Kent at the confluence of the Rivers Thames and Medway. It supported two existing and adjacent artillery batteries at Grain Fort and Dummy Battery, overlapping ...

                                               

Battery Gunnison

Battery John Gunnison, known as Battery New Peck following its modernization in 1943, is a six-inch US Army coast artillery gun emplacement located at Fort Hancock in New Jersey.

                                               

Liscard Battery

                                               

Polhawn Battery

                                               

Shaler Battery

Shaler Battery was a hilltop earthwork fortification built during the American Civil War in Northern Kentucky by the Union Army to turn back invading Confederate troops. It was constructed to protect Cincinnati and the Ohio River valley. The loca ...

                                               

Yaverland Battery

Yaverland Battery is a battery on the Isle of Wight, United Kingdom. It was constructed between 1861 and 1864. Initially, he set eight 7-inch Armstrong rifled breech-load weapons the rbl, and concluded with a Carnot wall. Back the surrounding wal ...

                                               

176th Air Defense Squadron

The 176th Air Defense Squadron is a unit of the Alaska Air National Guard 176th Wing located at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Anchorage, Alaska.

                                               

Cheyenne Mountain Upgrade

                                               

Denver Air Defense Sector

The Denver Air Defense Sector was a United States Air Force geographic area designated during the Cold War for both air defense and air traffic control, as well as the name of the planned military unit for conducting radar surveillance and fighte ...

                                               

Project Charles

Project Charles was a summer study group held at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, of which F.W. Loomis was the appointed head. There was an agreement between the U.S. General Gordon Saville, Louis Ridenour, Ivan and John McCone USAF and des ...

                                               

Western Air Defense Sector

The Western Air Defense Sector is a unit of the Washington Air National Guard located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Tacoma, Washington. As a state militia division, the defense Sector the Western air is not in the normal United States air force co ...

                                               

Confederate Army of the Northwest

The Army of the Northwest was a Confederate army early in the American Civil War. June 8, 1861, Confederate troops operating in northwestern Virginia was designated "the army of the Northwest" with the gene. Brig. Robert S. Garnett as commander. ...

                                               

Army of the Peninsula

The Army of the Peninsula or Magruders Army was a Confederate army early in the American Civil War. In may 1861, B. Colonel John Magruder was assigned to command operations on the lower Virginia Peninsula with Yorktown as headquarters. The Confed ...

                                               

Confederate Army of the Shenandoah

The Army of the Shenandoah was an army of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War, it was organized to defend the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia in the early months of the war. The army was transferred to reinforce the Conf ...

                                               

Army of the Po

The Army of the Po, numbered the Sixth Army, was a field army of the Royal Italian Army during World War II. When it was initially established on 10 November 1938 under the command of General Ettore Bastico, it consists of three buildings: a-line ...

                                               

Eighth Army (Italy)

After the disastrous defeat at Caporetto November 1917 the Italian Army was completely reorganized by Armando Diaz and the new 8th Italian Army was formed under command of Enrico Caviglia. It consisted of: 4th Army corps. (4-й армейский корпус) T ...

                                               

Fifth Army (Italy)

In World War I the Fifth Army was created on 25 May 1916 to help stop the Austrian Trentino Offensive. It was again disbanded on 2 July 1916. It consisted of XX Army Corps Ettore Mambretti. VIII Army Corps Ottavio Briccola. XXIV Army Corps Lucian ...

                                               

First Army (Italy)

The Italian First Army was an Italian army formation, in World War I, facing Austro-Hungarian and German forces, and in World War II, fighting on the North African front.

                                               

Fourth Army (Italy)

The Italian Fourth Army was an Italian army formation, in World War I, facing Austro-Hungarian and German forces, and in World War II, occupying Southern France.

                                               

Seventh Army (Italy)

After the disastrous defeat at Caporetto November 1917 the Italian Army was completely reorganized by Armando Diaz and the new 7th Italian Army was formed under command of Giulio Cesare Tassoni. It participated in the successful Battle of the Pia ...

                                               

Tenth Army (Italy)

After the Battle of Caporetto November 1917 the Italian Army was reorganized by Armando Diaz and the new 10th Italian Army was formed. It was a British–Italian Army under command of the Earl of Cavan. It consisted of 2 divisions of the British XI ...

                                               

Third Army (Italy)

At the start of the participation of Italy in World War I May 1915, the Third Army occupied the southern part of the Isonzo Front. It was commanded by Prince Emanuele Filiberto, Duke of Aosta and consisted of the XI Corps Lieutenant General Giorg ...

                                               

Chataldja Army

The Chataldja Army or Çatalca Army of the Ottoman Empire was one of the field armies of the Ottoman Army. It was formed after Ottoman retreat to the Chataldja line during the First Balkan War. It confronted Bulgarian forces. It was organized from ...

                                               

Fifth Army (Ottoman Empire)

The Fifth Army of the Ottoman Empire or Turkish Fifth Army was formed on March 24, 1915 and dissolved in October 1918. It was assigned the responsibility of defending the Dardanelles straits in World War I. The original commander of the army was ...

                                               

First Army (Ottoman Empire)

The First Army or First Guards Army of the Ottoman Empire was one of the field armies of the Ottoman Army. It was formed in the middle 19th century during Ottoman military reforms.

                                               

Ninth Army (Ottoman Empire)

In June 1918, the army was structured as follows: In September 1918, the army was structured as follows: 9th Caucasian Division, 11th Caucasian Division, 12th Division, Independent Cavalry Brigade. Ninth Army, Mirliva Yakup Sevki Pasha.

                                               

Second Army (Ottoman Empire)

The Second Army of the Ottoman Empire was one of the field armies of the Ottoman Army. It was formed in the late 19th century during Ottoman military reforms.

                                               

Seventh Army (Ottoman Empire)

The Ottoman Seventh Army was a large military formation of the Ottoman Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Although designated as an army, at least by 1918, it was only of corps strength. The seventh army was established in 1877 for ...

                                               

Sixth Army (Ottoman Empire)

The Sixth Army of the Ottoman Empire was one of the field armies of the Ottoman Army. It was formed in the middle 19th century during Ottoman military reforms.

                                               

Third Army (Ottoman Empire)

The Third Army was originally established in the Balkans and later defended the northeastern provinces of the Ottoman Empire. Its initial headquarters was at Salonica, where it formed the core of the military forces that supported the Young Turk ...

                                               

41st Combined Arms Army

The 41st Combined Arms Army is a field army of the Russian Ground Forces, currently part of the Central Military District. Originally, it was formed in 1942 as part of the Soviet Red Army, during World War II. It was reformed in 1998, when the Tr ...

                                               

3rd Red Banner Army

                                               

8th Mechanised Army

                                               

8th Mechanized Army

                                               

9th Mechanised Army

                                               

20th Army (Soviet Union)

The Army was first formed in the Orel Military District in June 1941. On 22 June 1941 the Army was part of the Reserve of the Supreme High Command and was located west of Moscow. Lieutenant General Pavel Kurochkin Jul–Aug 1941. Lieutenant General ...

                                               

Operational Group Ermakov

The Operational Group Ermakov was a grouping of three Field Armies of the Red Army, the 3rd, 13th, and 50th Armies. It fought during the Battle of Moscow on the Bryansk Front on the Eastern Front during World War II. It was named after its comman ...

                                               

21st Army (Soviet Union)

21st Army was a part of the Second Operational Echelon of the Red Army. It was formed from the forces of the Volga Military District in May 1941 and was initially based on 63rd Rifle Corps and 66th Rifle Corps. The army was under the command of L ...

                                               

22nd Army (Soviet Union)

The 22nd Army was a field army of the Red Army during World War II. 22nd army was formed in June 1941 after the German attack on the Soviet Union and served during the Second world war until its disbandment in 1945.

                                               

26th Army (Soviet Union)

26th Army was a part of the Southwestern Front Soviet Union and defended the Soviet-German border between Przemysl and the Carpathian Mountains in June 1941. The Army was located on the eastern bank of San river manning the 8th Fortified District ...

                                               

54th Army (Soviet Union)

The Red Armys 54th Army was a Soviet field army during the Second World War. It was first formed in the Leningrad Military District in August, 1941, and continued in service in the northern sector of the Soviet-German front until the end of 1944. ...

                                               

60th Army (Soviet Union)

The Red Armys 60th Army was a Soviet field army during the Second World War. It was first formed in reserve in the Moscow Military District in October 1941, but soon was disbanded. It was formed a second time in July 1942, and continued in servic ...

                                               

Soviet 14th Guards Army

                                               

Red Banner Caucasus Army

The Red Banner Caucasus Army was a Soviet army existing from 1921 to 1935. The army was named the Independent Caucasus Army on its creation, and carried this name until August 1923, when it was renamed the Red Banner Caucasus Army. It ceased to e ...

                                               

Reserve Army (Soviet Union)

The Reserve Armies were a group of armies formed by the Soviet Unions Red Army during World War II. Formed to control the training of newly formed units in the rear areas and provide army level headquarters to reconstitute destroyed armies or to ...

                                               

List of field armies of the United States Army

United States Army North United States Northern Command. United States Army Europe United States European Command. United States Army Central United States Central Command. United States Army South United States Southern Command. United States Ar ...

                                               

Third United States Army

                                               

Seventh United States Army

The Seventh Army was a United States army created during World War II that evolved into the United States Army Europe during the 1950s and 1960s. It served in North Africa and Italy in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations and France and German ...

                                               

Tenth United States Army

The headquarters of the Tenth Army was formed in June 1944 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii with the original intent of being the headquarters element for the land forces of the planned invasion of Taiwan. Following a conference at Pearl Harbor in July be ...

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