Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat Amerika Serikat

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Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat
Seal of the United States Army National Guard.svg
Lambang Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat
AktifSebagai milisi yang didanai negara bagian dengan berbagai nama: 1636–1903
Sebagai pasukan cadangan federal yang disebut kekuatan cadangan federal: 1903–sekarang
Negara Amerika Serikat
Jumlah personel350,200 (2015)[1]
Bagian dariAngkatan Darat Amerika Serikat
Garda Nasional Amerika Serikat
Milisi Terorganisasi Amerika Serikat
MarkasArmy National Guard Readiness Center, Arlington Hall
Arlington County, Virginia, Amerika Serikat
JulukanARNG, Army Guard, The Guard
Ulang tahun13 Desember 1636
Komandan tempur
Direktur Garda Nasional Angkatan DaratLTG Timothy J. Kadavy
Kepala Biro Garda NasionalGEN Frank J. Grass, USA

Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat (ARNG), dalam hubungannya dengan Garda Nasional Udara, adalah kekuatan cadangan utama militer pemerintah federal dan negara bagian Amerika Serikat. Mereka secara bersamaan merupakan bagian dari dua organisasi yang berbeda, Garda Nasional dari beberapa Negara Bagian, Teritorial dan Distrik Columbia (juga disebut sebagai Milisi Amerika Serikat), dan Garda Nasional Amerika Serikat. Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat dibagi menjadi beberapa satuan yang ditempatkan di masing-masing di 50 negara bagian, tiga wilayah dan Distrik Columbia, dan beroperasi di bawah komando gubernur masing-masing.

Unit dan formasi Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat[sunting | sunting sumber]

Divisi ke-28.
Divisi ke-29.
Divisi ke-34.
Divisi ke-35.
Divisi ke-36.
Divisi ke-38.
Divisi ke-40.
Divisi ke-42.


Unit dan formasi warisan[sunting | sunting sumber]

Beberapa unit telah terpenaruh oleh re-organisasi Garda Nasional Angkatan Darat. Beberapa unit telah berganti nama atau tidak aktif. Beberapa unit telah memiliki unit dibawahnya dipindahkan kepada komando lain. Daftar sebagian dari unit utama yang tidak aktif meliputi:

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ "Department of the Army, Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Budget Estimates: National Guard Personnel" (PDF). Army National Guard. February 1, 2015. Diakses tanggal June 30, 2015. The Army National Guard end strength decreases from 350,200 FY 2015 to 342,000 FY 2016 
  2. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 26th Infantry Division, 2011
  3. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 27th Infantry Division, 2011
  4. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 27th Armored Division, 2011
  5. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 30th Armored Division, 2011
  6. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 30th Infantry Division, 2011
  7. ^ Tuscaloosa News, 31st Dixie Division Turning to Armor, 19 January 1968.
  8. ^ Wisconsin Historical Society, Dictionary of Wisconsin History, Red Arrow Division, accessed June 19, 2013
  9. ^ New York Times, Illinois Commander of Guard Replaced, March 4, 1968
  10. ^ Al Goldberg, Toldeo Blade, Taps Sounds for Ohio Guard's Famed 37th, February 18, 1968
  11. ^ National Guard Education Foundation, 39th Infantry Division, 2011
  12. ^ California State Military Museum, Lineages and Honors of the California National Guard: 40th Armored Brigade Headquarters and Headquarters Company, accessed June 19, 2013
  13. ^ Tri-City Herald, Taps For The 41st, June 8, 1967
  14. ^ Washington Army National Guard, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 81st Brigade Combat Team, 2007
  15. ^ Associated Press, The Telegraph, Yankee Infantry Division is Facing Reorganization, November 30, 1967
  16. ^ Eugene Register-Standard, Army Disbands 44th Division, September 18, 1954
  17. ^ National Guard Education Foundation, 45th Infantry Division, 2011
  18. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 46th Infantry Division, 2011
  19. ^ Minnesota Military Museum, The 47th "Viking" Infantry Division, 1991
  20. ^ National Guard Educational Foundation, 48th Armored Division, 2011
  21. ^ Texas Army National Guard, History of the 36th Infantry Division, accessed June 19, 2013
  22. ^ Texas Military Forces Museum, 36th Infantry Division, The "Texas" Division, accessed June 19, 2013
  23. ^ U.S. House Appropriations Committee, Hearing Record, Department of Defense Appropriations for 1995, Volume 1, 1994, page 296

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