Is 173rd better than 82nd?

Is 173rd better than 82nd?

According to what I've heard, the 173rd per capita is significantly better supported than the 82nd because it is a smaller unit with a slightly lower population... Is this true? If so, is there any way to estimate how much better supported it is?

Also, is there any reason why the 173rd would be better supported than the 174th? The only difference between them is that the 173rd goes to Iraq while the 174th goes to Afghanistan. Are there more Iraqis living in Kansas than Afghans in Michigan? If not, is it just a coincidence that they were sent to the same countries?

Thanks for your help!

Is the 82nd or 101st Airborne better?

I'd argue the 82nd is better equipped to "drop in" on short notice, while the 101st is better at providing firepower wherever it's required. We trained with the 82nd and British paras while in the 101st. The 18th Airborne Corps includes both troops. They are not competitive with other armies in terms of quality or quantity of equipment.

The 82nd Airborne is a division of the United States Army. It is one of the two main airborne divisions of the US Army (along with the 101st Airborne Division). Formed in 1942, the division is based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. It is currently commanded by Major General Mark A. Milley.

The division is best known for its role in the D-Day landings during World War II. However, it has also participated in many other military operations since then, including the Vietnam War. Today, the 82nd Airborne is again called upon to perform duties throughout the world, this time in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

The division is made up of three regiments: the 502nd Infantry Regiment, the 503rd Infantry Regiment, and the 506th Infantry Regiment. Each regiment is made up of five battalions, with each battalion containing approximately 1,000 soldiers. The division is also supported by several other units that provide specialized skills such as medical, logistics, and aviation.

Which is better, the 101st or the 82nd Airborne?

On April 22, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) beat the 82nd Airborne Division in the finals of an online unit pride tournament. During the 20-day event, the online competition received approximately 1.5 million votes for 16 different Army units.... The winner was determined by voting totals from all eligible entries.

In terms of popularity with voters, the 101st came out on top. It's main rival, the 82nd, was second. In third place was another division that belongs to the same army, the 71st Airborne!

The winners were awarded $10,000 and their photo appeared in newspapers across the country. Well done guys!

You can find out more information about this game here: http://www.101airbornedivision.com/

Is 82nd better than 101st?

During the 20-day event, the online competition received approximately 1.5 million votes for 16 different Army units. The divisional winners were determined by voting totals and will be awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals accordingly. The divisional pride medals will be presented by Gen Joseph F. Martin Jr., commander of U.S. Army Central during a ceremony at Camp Martin in Indiana on July 4, 2019.

In terms of quality and quantity of combat experience, the 101st is generally considered the elite airmobile division of the United States Army while the 82nd is known for its expertise in ground warfare. However, both divisions are equipped with similar weaponry and employ many of their missions simultaneously. By comparison, the 81st Airborne Division is a reserve division that does not participate in overseas operations or military exercises. It is based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

The 101st Airborne Division was activated on September 15, 1952 under the command of Maj Gen Charles de Gaulle Jr. The division was organized around three airborne infantry regiments: the 502d Parachute Infantry Regiment, the 503d Parachute Infantry Regiment, and the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment.

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