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US Army Air Cavalry Troop, Infantry or Armored Division, TOE 17-108E (6 May 1963)

US Army Air Cavalry Troop, Infantry or Armored Division, TOE 17-108E (6 May 1963)

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US Army Air Cavalry Troop, Infantry or Armored Division, TOE 17-108E (6 May 1963)

Source: Rottman, Gordon. The US Army in the Vietnam War 1965-73. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing, 2008; United States Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. FM 17-36, Armored Cavalry Platoon and Troop, Air Cavalry Troop, and Divisional Armored Cavalry Squadron. Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1963.
US Army Air Cavalry Troop, Infantry or Armored Division, TOE 17-108E (6 May 1963)

Source: Rottman, Gordon. The US Army in the Vietnam War 1965-73. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing, 2008; United States Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. FM 17-36, Armored Cavalry Platoon and Troop, Air Cavalry Troop, and Divisional Armored Cavalry Squadron. Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1963.

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US Army Air Cavalry Troop, Infantry or Armored Division, TOE 17-108E (6 May1963)
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: Rottman, Gordon. The US Army in the Vietnam War 1965-73. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing,2008; United States Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. FM 17-36, Armored CavalryPlatoon and Troop, Air Cavalry Troop, and Divisional Armored Cavalry Squadron. Washington, DC:Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1963.
#Weapons#Equipment
39M14 Rifle25AN/ARC-44 Radio7M79 Grenade Launcher25AN/ARR-46 Radio45M1911A1 Pistol3AN/VRC-16 Radio
or 
AN/VRC-18 Radio10XM1 Armament Subsystem9AN/PRC-8 Radio
or 
AN/PRC-10 Radio15M153 Armament Subsystem1AN/GRR-5 RadioCopyright – Joseph Trevithick (2012)
 
OFF: 4EM: 4OFF:EM:OFF: 4EM: 4
HQAeroScout
OFF: 2EM: 6
Ops
OFF: 14EM: 13OFF: 2EM: 1
HQAS (Lt)
OFF: 4EM: 4
AS (Hv)
OFF: 4EM: 4
AeroWep
HQOFF: 6EM: 6OFF: 0EM: 9
AeroRifle
OFF: 6EM: 33
 
4XM22 Armament Subsystem1AN/GRC-19 Radio4XM3 Armament Subsystem
or 
XM4 Armament Subsystem1AN/VRC-24 Radio1AN/ARC-59 Radio
#Vehicles#Aircraft
2Truck, ¼ Ton15UH-1B Helicopte1Truck, ¾ Ton10OH-13K Helicopte
Troop HQ Section
OH-13K w/ AN/ARC-44 and AN/ARR-46Radios and XM1 Armament Kit, UH-1B w/AN/ARC-44 and AN/ARR-46 Radios andM153 Armament Kit, Truck, ¼ Ton w/AN/VRC-16
or 
-18 RadioTroop Commander, CaptainM1911A1 PistolArmy Aviator, Warrant Officer (x2)M1911A1 PistolCrew Chief/ Armorer, E5 (x2)M14 RifleExecutive Officer, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolFirst Sergeant, E8M14 RifleClerk/Typist, E4M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol
Operations Section
Truck, ¼ Ton w/ AN/VRC-16
or 
-18Radio, Truck, ¾ Ton w/ AN/GRR-5,AN/GRC-19, AN/VRC-16
or 
-18, andAN/VRC-24 Radios, UH-1B w/ AN/ARC-44, AN/ARR-46, and AN/ARC-59 RadiosOperations Officer, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolRadio Operator/Driver, E4M14 RifleOperations Sergeant, E5M14 RifleCommunications Chief, E5M14 RifleRadio Operator/Driver, E4M14 RifleArmy Aviator, Warrant OfficerM1911A1 PistolOperations Sergeant, E7M14 RifleCrew Chief/Armorer, E5M14 Rifle
Aero-Scout Platoon HQ
OH-13K w/ AN/ARC-44, AN/ARR-46,and AN/PRC-8
or 
-10 Radios and XM1Armament KitPlatoon Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolArmy Aviator, Warrant OfficerM1911A1 PistolCrew Chief/Armorer/Driver, E5M1911A1 Pistol
Aero-Scout Section (Light) (x2)
OH-13K w/ AN/ARC-44, AN/ARR-46,and AN/PRC-8
or 
-10 Radios and XM1Copyright – Joseph Trevithick (2012)
 
Armament Kit, 3 OH-13K w/ AN/ARC-44and AN/ARR-46 Radios and XM1Armament KitSection Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolCrew Chief/Recon Sergeant, E5 (x4)M1911A1 PistolTeam Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolArmy Aviator, Warrant Officer (x2)M1911A1 Pistol
Aero-Scout Section (Heavy)
UH-1B w/ AN/ARC-44, AN/ARR-46, andAN/PRC-8
or 
-10 Radios and M153
or 
XM22 Armament Kit, 3 UH-1B w/AN/ARC-44 and AN/ARR-46 Radios andM153
or 
M22 Armament KitSection Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolCrew Chief/Recon Sergeant, E5 (x4)M1911A1 PistolTeam Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolArmy Aviator, Warrant Officer (x2)M1911A1 Pistol
Aero-Rifle Platoon HQ
5 UH-1B w/ AN/ARC-44, AN/ARR-46,and AN/PRC-8
or 
-10 Radios and M153Armament KitPlatoon Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolArmy Aviator, Warrant Officer (x5)M1911A1 PistolPlatoon Sergeant, E7M14 RifleCrew Chief/Armorer, E5 (x5)M1911A1 Pistol
Aero-Rifle Squad (x3)
Squad Leader, E6M14 RifleTeam Leader, E5 (x2)M14 RifleGrenadier, E4 (x2)M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 PistolRifleman, E3 (x4)M14 Rifle
Aero-Weapons Section
UH-1B w/ AN/ARC-44, AN/ARR-46, andAN/PRC-8
or 
-10 Radios and M153
or 
XM3
or 
XM4 Armament Kit, 3 UH-1B w/AN/ARC-44 and AN/ARR-46 Radios andM153
or 
XM3
or 
XM4 Armament KitSection Leader, LieutenantM1911A1 PistolCrew Chief/Armorer/Observer, E5 (x4)M14 RifleArmy Aviator, Warrant Officer (x3)M1911A1 Pistol
NOTES:
Personnel and equipment allotments for this formation from this source arevery much based on what was clearly allocated. Each Troop also has a Service Platoon,with its own Platoon HQ, Maintenance Section, and Supply Section. In this instance thedecision was made not to provide details for those units The fighting elements of theCopyright – Joseph Trevithick (2012)

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