UNITED STATES ARMY
 


 
207th ANTIAIRCRAFT ARTILLERY GROUP FLAGS & GUIDONS
1944 Regulations
 

Mobile antiaircraft artillery (AA) battalions were truck or tractor towed. Those armed with automatic weapons (AW) had four batteries, each with four firing sections, each section with one 40mm AA gun and one quadruple caliber .50 AA machine gun, both towed by 2.5-ton trucks. Those armed with the 90mm AA gun also had four sections, each section with one gun plus four caliber .50 machine guns on AA mounts. The 90mm guns were towed by 4.5 ton tractors. For both battalion types, service elements (supply, transport, etc.) were incorporated in the headquarters battery. The gun battalion also had a fire control section equipped with gun-laying radar.



NATIONAL STANDARD, SERVICE, DISTINGUISHING FLAG & HEADQUARTERS COMPANY GUIDON

 

         

207th ANTIAIRCRAFT ARTILLERY GROUP

 

HHB 207th AA GROUP

 

430th ANTIAIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BATTALION
(AW) (MOBILE) (40mm GUN / CAL .50 MG)
 

 

460th ANTIAIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BATTALION
(AW) (MOBILE) (40mm GUN / CAL .50 MG)
 


461st ANTIAIRCRAFT ARTILLERY BATTALION
(GUN) (MOBILE) (90mm GUN)
 



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