UNITED STATES ARMY
 


 
155th ARMORED BRIGADE, 1st CAVALRY DIVISION (ARMORED)
Cold War Organization    1988
 

Notes
 

Though formally designated as a separate brigade, the 256th Infantry Brigade of the Mississippi Army National Guard was organized similarly to the other brigades of the 1st Cavalry Division, with two armor battalions and one mechanized infantry battalion. There was no field artillery battalion or combat engineer company, but the 256th did include an armored cavalry reconnaissance troop. This was the standard configuration for separate National Guard brigades earmarked as round-out units for divisions of the Regular Army.

Infantry and armor battalions of the Army National Guard earmarked as round-out units for Regular Army divisions were organized under the Division 86 scheme with a headquarters company, four lettered maneuver companies and, for infantry battalions, an antiarmor company.
 



 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, 155th ARMORED BRIGADE

 

1st BATTALION, 198th ARMOR
 

 

2nd BATTALION, 198th ARMOR
 


1st BATTALION, 155th INFANTRY (MECHANIZED)
 


TROOP A, 98th CAVALRY
 

SEPARATE ARMORED CAVALRY RECONNAISSANCE TROOP
 



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