How Many Men in a Battalion?

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A battalion consists of four or more companies. It has 400 to 1,000 as the approximate number of men in it and it is commanded by a Lieutenant or a Colonel. The size will vary from country to country and also by the nature of the unit.
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A. Battalion. of an Infantry Division contained. 4 Infantry companies. There were 3 Infantry Regiments within a Division, and each regiment was divided into 3 Battalions-thus the
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A division contains 10,000 to 15,000 soldiers. A battalion is 300 to 1,000
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Well do the math around 8 men in a squad, 4 squads in a platoon, 3-4 platoons in a company and 3-5 companies in a battalion. Im to lazy to figure it out for you so you can do the
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Battalion: consisting of a headquarters and two or more companies, batteries, or similar subunits. Can be 800-900 personnel
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A battalion is a military unit of around 300–1,300 soldiers usually consisting of between two and seven companies and typically commanded by either a Lieutenant Colonel or a Colonel. Several battalions are grouped to form a regiment or a brigade. It is generally the smallest military unit capable of independent operations (i.e., not attached to a higher command), although many armies have smaller units that are self-sustaining.
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