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Headquarters & Commands
5th Armored Division
3rd Cavalry Regiment (Horse)
4th Cavalry Regiment (Horse & Mechanized)
4th Cavalry Group (Mechanized)
3rd Armored Group
6th Tank Destroyer Group
V Corps D-Day Organization • 6 June 1944
Paris, 29 August 1944. The US Army's 28th Infantry Division—the Keystone Division—marches down the Champs Élysée four days after the liberation of the city. The 28th was a National Guard division, most of whose units came from Pennsylvania—the Keystone State. The entire division, troops and vehicles, passed through Paris on the way to its next battlefield.
For detailed information about the organization of the US armed forces in World War II, visit Dr. Leo Niehorster’s outstanding and essential website, World War II Armed Forces: Orders of Battle and Organizations.