How Many Soldiers Are in a Division?

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A division is a large military unit or formation that consists of between 10,000 and 15,000 soldiers. Most armies have divisions composed of several brigades, and in turn a number of divisions make up a corps. In today's militaries, a division tends to be the smallest joint arms unit capable of independent operations due to its self-sustaining role.
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The number of soldiers in a division depends on the specific role it is to undertake. Traditionally a division is made up of three or four brigades which often contain 5000 soldiers each.
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It is usually between ten and thirty thousand soldiers. The army has roughly eight divisions of National Guard soldiers always available. ...
It is usually between ten and thirty thousand soldiers. The army has roughly eight divisions of National Guard soldiers always available. ...
It is usually between ten and thirty thousand soldiers. The army has roughly eight divisions of National Guard soldiers always available. ...
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