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HEAVY FIRE
UNION BRIGADES
THREE INFANTRY BRIGADES
BRITISH BRIGADES
BRIGADES FORWARD
IZZ AD-DIN AL-QASSAM BRIGADES
FOUR BRIGADES
RED BRIGADES
ATTEMPT
BEGINNING
CAMPAIGN
FINANCING
RIGHT
COMMANDS
CROSSING
SOLDIERS
UNITED STATES
RESERVE
STRENGTH
SHIPS
OFFICERS
REINFORCEMENTS
ARMIES
LARGE MAJORITY
BATTLE
REGIONALLY
MEN
MARINES
THREE
MILITARY WING
RESPONSIBILITY
UNITS
COMMANDO
ATTACK
FLANK
GETTYSBURG
CONFEDERATES
PALESTINIANS
ISRAELIS
BATTALION
BATTALIONS
ARTILLERY
CORPS
DIVISION
DIVISIONS
COMMAND
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Definitions

  1. Brigades were usually formed once regiments reached the battlefield, according to where the regiment might be deployed, and alongside which other regiments.
  2. The brigades are neither officially recognised nor openly backed by Fatah, though members often belong to the political faction. (Web site)
  3. Two brigades were left in Kabul and a division maintained in Qandahar.
  4. The Brigades is the declared "military wing" of Abbas' Fatah party.
  5. The brigades are assigned to the Western Fleet Headquartered in Jeddah and the Eastern Fleet headquartered in Jubail. (Web site)

Heavy Fire

  1. The two brigades, " in spite of most strenuous and gallant efforts to advance, were repeatedly checked by very heavy fire from this front. (Web site)

Union Brigades

  1. Two more Union brigades followed Palmer's division, from Brig. (Web site)

Three Infantry Brigades

  1. Gen. John G. Parke, Rooney Lee's Confederate cavalry division and three infantry brigades from Mahone's division. (Web site)

British Brigades

  1. The density of the jungle made it impossible to preserve order and formation and the British brigades and regiments got separated from one another. (Web site)

Brigades Forward

  1. Heth's division advanced with two brigades forward, commanded by Brig. (Web site)

Izz Ad-Din Al-Qassam Brigades

  1. The United Kingdom[ 12] and Australia[ 13] classify only Hamas' independent military wing, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, as a terrorist organization.

Four Brigades

  1. A division is a formation of three or four brigades, around twenty thousand personnel, commanded by a Major General.

Red Brigades

  1. Callers saying they represented the Red Brigades phoned three Italian newspapers on 4 September to claim responsibility for the attack. (Web site)

Attempt

  1. The Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military branch, was created a year before the Oslo Accords, in an attempt to block those negotiations.

Beginning

  1. The Royal Navy has since its beginning formed naval landing parties of seamen for action ashore, this being later formalised into the Naval Brigades. (Web site)

Campaign

  1. During the campaign, the brigades were distributed among the Polish armies and served as mobile reserves. (Web site)
  2. Indeed, both Free French brigades were disbanded for a time at the end of the campaign. (Web site)

Financing

  1. Fuad Shoubaki is also in charge of financing the "Fatah" branches, which carry out terrorist activities under a cover name - "the Al-Aksa Brigades".

Right

  1. On the other side the Afghans formed a somewhat similar line, their left being formed by Najib's Rohillas, and their right by two brigades of Persian troops.

Commands

  1. Some military intelligence officers are offered commands of Headquarters, Headquarters Company (HHC) of infantry or armor battalions and brigades.

Crossing

  1. On July 16 the cavalry brigades of Fitzhugh Lee and Chambliss held the fords on the Potomac at Shepherdstown to prevent crossing by the Federal infantry. (Web site)

Soldiers

  1. Syria had 12,000 soldiers at the beginning of the 1948 War, grouped into three infantry brigades and an armoured force of approximately battalion size. (Web site)

United States

  1. The Brigades, but not Fatah proper, are listed as a terrorist organization by the United States.
  2. The United States is in the process of withdrawing the last of its five "surge" brigades -- those sent to Iraq in 2007 to bolster U.S. forces there. (Web site)

Reserve

  1. Thomas sent Baird's division to assist, which advanced with two brigades forward and one in reserve. (Web site)

Strength

  1. As the strength of the Army diminished it was decided to group regiments together into administrative brigades with common basic depots.

Ships

  1. The Brigades constituted a flexible means of imperial intervention wherever the navy could take its ships or gunboats. (Web site)
  2. The Royal Navy did not fight any other ships after 1850 (until 1914) and became interested in landings by Naval Brigades.

Officers

  1. There were two brigades of marine infantry in the Philippines, composed of 375 men and 18 officers. (Web site)

Reinforcements

  1. Until reinforcements could arrive, he was limited to three of the four brigades of Buckner's division. (Web site)

Armies

  1. In many armies, brigades replaced regiments.

Large Majority

  1. In total around 500 Swedes took part in the brigades, out of them the large majority were communists.

Battle

  1. In August, at the Battle of Richmond, Kentucky, he oversaw 2 brigades. (Web site)

Regionally

  1. The remaining ten divisions are regionally based light infantry formations on the French model and are little more than reinforced brigades. (Web site)

Men

  1. Cavalry divisions had a strength of about 9,000 officers and men and contained four cavalry brigades and two Royal Horse Artillery Brigades. (Web site)
  2. I have in my possession a book listing all the men and their brigades who fought in that battle and are buried at Carnton Confederate Cemetery. (Web site)
  3. The men were known members of the so-called "New Red Brigades," discussing new strategies for the group. (Web site)

Marines

  1. In the U.S. Marines, Brigades are only formed for certain missions. (Web site)

Three

  1. Confederate cavalry forces under Stuart for this operation consisted of the three brigades he had taken on his ride around the Union Army (commanded by Brig. (Web site)
  2. Three brigades attacked Sheridan's right flank, but they were unexpectedly hit by heavy fire from the Union repeating carbines. (Web site)
  3. The Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) has a strength of about 9,000 men divided into three (3) brigades. (Web site)

Military Wing

  1. Since then Hamas has conducted many attacks on Israel, mainly through its military wing - the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades.

Responsibility

  1. An al-Qaeda branch called the Brigades of the Martyr Abu Hafz al-Masri later claimed responsibility.

Units

  1. Units are infantry battalions or brigades, cavalry regiments and artillery batteries.
  2. The existing Free French Division was reorganized into two Free French brigades and other units. (Web site)

Commando

  1. A total of four Special Service, later Commando, Brigades were raised during the war, and Royal Marines were represented in all of them.

Attack

  1. Hood ordered Johnson to continue the attack by crossing the LaFayette Road with two brigades in line and one in reserve. (Web site)
  2. The Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack. (Web site)
  3. The attack was apparently carried out by two members of the Fatah Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, with the help of the Islamic Jihad. (Web site)

Flank

  1. Even so, the Union troops on the left flank, reinforced by two brigades, stabilized their line, and the Rebel attack sputtered to a halt.

Gettysburg

  1. Brigades of Gettysburg fills this void by presenting a complete account of every brigade unit at Gettysburg and providing a fresh perspective of the battle. (Web site)

Confederates

  1. At Bull Run in July 1861, the Confederates employed two provisional army corps made up of brigades without an intervening divisional-level structure.

Palestinians

  1. While some draw a distinction between Yasser Arafat's Fatah organization and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, Palestinians refute such assertions.

Israelis

  1. The Brigades have attacked Palestinians as well as Israelis. (Web site)
  2. About this at least, he and the Israelis, who hold Arafat's Fatah directly responsible for financing the Brigades, appear to agree.
  3. Abbas was endorsed by the Fatah movement's armed wing, the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, which has waged a deadly campaign of suicide bombings against Israelis. (Web site)

Battalion

  1. The Paraguayan Marine Corps (Cuerpo de Fuzilieros Navale) is a battalion sized organization consisting of four company sized brigades.

Battalions

  1. Battalions and brigades of Iraqi troops began to show up, commanded by Kurds, Shia Arabs, and some turncoat Sunni Arabs, that could do the job.

Artillery

  1. In these Naval Brigades, the function of the Royal Marines was to land first and act as skimishers ahead of the sailor Infantry and Artillery.
  2. These brigades would often dismount guns from their parent vessels for use ashore, these guns often being the only artillery available. (Web site)

Corps

  1. Nevertheless, Buell ordered two brigades from Schoepf's division to support I Corps. (Web site)
  2. The attack rolled-up 2 Union brigades and sent the II Corps reeling back to the Jerusalem Plank Road.

Division

  1. In most armies, a division is composed of several regiments or brigades, and in turn several divisions make up a corps. (Web site)
  2. Both brigades of infantry formed a division commanded by general Dąbrowski.
  3. The division consisted of two brigades, one designated to go to the left of the crater and the other to the right. (Web site)

Divisions

  1. Instead, commanders of divisions and brigades usually awarded the bravery of their soldiers with their own crosses received before the war.

Command

  1. The four brigades of Hood's division, under the command of Brig. (Web site)
  2. Most of these are organised into a total of five divisions, each of which has a number of brigades under its command.

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