US Army Air Cavalry Troop, Armored Cavalry Regiment, MTOE 17-58E (January 1967

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Source: United States Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. Operational Report – Lessons Learned, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1967; Headquarters, Department of the Army. FM 17-36, Divisional Armored and Air Cavalry Units. Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1965; United States Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. FM 17-37, Air Cavalry Squadron. Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1969.

OFF: EM:

HQ

OFF: EM:

Aero Scout
OFF: EM: OFF: EM: OFF: EM:

OFF: 5 EM: 5

Aero Rifle

OFF: 11 EM: 44

Aero Wep

OFF: 4 EM: 4

HQ

M/S

HQ

OFF: 1 EM: 3

Lift

OFF: 10 EM: 5

OFF: 0 EM: 9

Ops

Comm

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A/S

OFF: EM:

# 48 14 13 31 15 5 4 #

Weapons M17 Revolver M1911A1 Pistol M79 Grenade Launcher M16A1 Rifle M16 Armament Kit M23 Armament Kit M5 Armament Kit Vehicles

# 24 19 19 5

Equipment AN/URC-10 Radio AN/ARC-54 Radio AN/ARR-49 Radio AN/PRC-25 Radio

# 19 6

Aircraft UH-1C UH-1D

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Troop HQ Section Communications Section Airfield Service Section Maintenance and Supply Platoon Aero-Scout Platoon (x3)

UH-1D

UH-1D UH-1C w/ AN/PRC-25, AN/ARC-54, AN/ARR-49, and AN/URC-10 Radios and M16 Armament Kit, 4 UH-1C w/ AN/ARC-54, AN/ARR-49, and AN/URC10 Radios and M16 Armament Kit M17 Revolver M17 Revolver M17 Revolver

Platoon Leader, Lieutenant Crew Chief/Recon Sergeant, E5 (x5) Army Aviator, Warrant Officer (x4) Aero Rifle Platoon HQ Platoon Leader, Captain Platoon Sergeant, E7 Radio Telephone Operator, E3 (x2) Aero-Rifle Lift Section

M1911A1 Pistol M16A1 Rifle M16A1 Rifle, AN/PRC-25 UH-1D w/ AN/URC-10 and AN/PRC-25 Radios and M23 Armament Kit, 4 UH-1D w/ AN/URC-10 Radio and M23 Armament Kit M17 Revolver M17 Revolver M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

Section Leader, Lieutenant Helicopter Pilot, Warrant Officer (x9) Crew Chief, E5 (x5) Aero-Rifle Squad (x4) Squad Leader, E6 Team Leader, E5 (x2) Grenadier, E4 (x2) Automatic Rifleman, E3 (x2) Rifleman, E3 (x2) Aero-Weapons Platoon

M16A1 Rifle M16A1 Rifle M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol M16A1 Rifle M16A1 Rifle UH-1C w/ AN/PRC-25, AN/ARC-54, AN/ARR-49, and AN/URC-10 Radios and M16 Armament Kit, 3 UH-1C w/ AN/ARC-54, AN/ARR-49, and AN/URC10 Radios and M5 Armament Kit M17 Revolver M17 Revolver M17 Revolver

Platoon Leader, Lieutenant Crew Chief/Armorer/Observer, E5 (x4) Army Aviator, Warrant Officer (x3) Copyright – Joseph Trevithick (2011)

NOTES: The Headquarters Section is listed in the primary source as having ten unspecified additional vehicles. The Maintenance and Supply Platoon had four unspecified additional vehicles. The Operations Section itself had two unspecified vehicles and its subordinate Airfield Service Section had four unspecified vehicles. Personnel figures are based on authorized allotments for other formations and Warrant Officers are included in the officer totals. This modified TOE was affected by moving the OH-23G scout helicopters assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment to the Aviation Sections of the Cavalry Squadrons, and moving UH1C utility helicopters in those Sections to the Air Cavalry Troop.

Copyright – Joseph Trevithick (2011)

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