- AC/RC Integration
- US Army Branches
- US Army Center of Military History
- U.S. Army Military History Institute Digital Library
- The Institute of Heraldry
- Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management & Comptroller)
- Current Year's Army Budget Materials
- How the Army Runs
Centers and Schools
- Air Defense Artillery Shool - Fort Bliss
- Armor Center - Fort Knox
- Artillery - Fort Sill
- Aviation Center - Fort Rucker
- Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) - Fort Lee
- Command and General Staff College - Fort Leavenworth
- Infantry Center - Fort Benning
- Maneuver Support Center - Fort Leonard Wood
- Military Intelligence Center - Fort Huachuca
- Signal Center - Fort Gordon
- Sergeants Major Academy - Fort Bliss
- ARMY LINEAGE SERIES
- U.S. Army Divisions in World War II
- Divisions and Brigades Lineage
- Infantry Regiments of the US Army
- U.S. ARMY OFFICER RANK INSIGNIA
- US ARMY RANK INSIGNIA (ENLISTED)
- The Institute of Heraldry Website
- U.S. Military Insignia @ H. J. Saunders Inc.
- U.S. Army Heraldry Army Quartermaster Foundation, Inc.
- Airborne & Special Operations Insignia @ Army Quartermaster Museum
- California State Military Insignia
- US Army Order of Battle 1998 404!?!
- TOE - Tables of Organization and Equipment @ Army Requirements Documentation Directorate -- The TOE is a document that prescribes the wartime mission, capabilities, organizational structure, and minimum mission essential wartime requirements (MMEWR) (personnel and equipment) for military units.
- Manpower Requirements Criteria @ Army Force Management School - combat support (CS) and combat service support (CSS) minimum mission essential wartime requirements (MMEWR) in TOEs.
- BOIP -- Basis-of-Issue Plans -- quantities of new equipment and associated support items of equipment and personnel (ASIOEP) planned for placement in TOE and TDA. When appropriate, each BOIP also identifies the quantities of replaced equipment and personnel to be deleted.
- Dismounted Warrior Network (DWN) Database individual (STP) and collective (ARTEP) primary task list (PTL)
- United States Army Weapons System Handbook, 2002
Army handbook outlining the major systems that its soldiers use to work confidently, secure in knowledge that they have the best equipment created. For each weapon and technology, the handbook highlights the states in which system contractors are located, listing prime contractors and subcontractors. Also highlighted is the systems acquisition phase with a glossary of terms for further explanation. Includes color photographs and illustrations. 301 pages. Available from the GPO. S/N 008-020-01508-3
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