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I am Part of 1/157 Inf. (MNT). that is part of the 86th IBCT (MNT). Then it splits, am I part of 10th MNT Div., or 42nd ID?
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86th IBCT (MYN) was under 10th MTN (LI) at the beginning of the Associated Units Pilot. At the end of the initial pilot 86th IBCT (MTN) was reassigned as an independent brigade, to allow the 3rd Brigade to realign with 10th MTN (LI) as it was determined that a NG division (with most of its staff in an M-Day status) was not well equipped to have a full time active duty element beneath them.
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SSG (Join to see) I was hoping you would be the one to answer this! Thanks!
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But wait, there’s more! This explains the ARNG Division/Brigade relationship for roughly the last 15 years. This should provide you with a little more clarity on organic vs aligned. NOTE: The ARNG is now moving to restructure to make BCTs organic to eight divisions. https://www.ausa.org/sites/default/files/TBSR-2005-ARNG-Division-and-Brigade-Combat-Team-Designations.pdf
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SSG (Join to see) as of right now you are my greatest resource! I have spent hours googling and came up with nothing! Im one of the odd Ducks that likes to know my unit and its history and such! Thanks again!
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