M21-1MR, Part III, Subpart III, Chapter 2, Section J



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M21-1MR, Part III, Subpart iii, Chapter 2, Section J

Section J. Service Department Organizational Structures and Service Record Address Codes

Overview



In this Section

This section contains the following topics:




Topic

Topic Name

See Page

65

Army Organizational Structure

2-J-2

66

Navy Organizational Structure

2-J-4

67

Air Force Organizational Structure

2-J-7

68

Marine Corps Organizational Structure

2-J-9

69

Address Codes for Army Service Records

2-J-12

70

Address Codes for Navy Service Records

2-J-16

71

Address Codes for Air Force Service Records

2-J-21

72

Address Codes for Marine Corps Service Records

2-J-25

73

Address Codes for Coast Guard Service Records

2-J-28

74

Address Codes for Merchant Marine Service Records

2-J-31

75

VA Regional Office (RO) Names, Numbers, and Associated Army Transition Centers

2-J-32



65. Army Organizational Structure




Introduction

This topic contains information on the Army organizational structure, including


  • Army echelons and appropriate designations

  • availability of organizational records, and

  • other organizational units that may have created records.



Change Date

December 13, 2005


a. Army Echelons and Appropriate Designations

The table below lists the Army echelons and appropriate designations



Echelons

Designations

Army

Numerical/Geographical

Corps

Roman numeral

Division

Numerical by combat arm

Brigade

Numerical or combat command (CC), such as Alpha

Regiment

Numerical by combat arm

Group

Numerical by combat arm

Battalion

Numerical/battle group numerical/squadron numerical

Company

Alpha/Battery - Alpha/Troop - Alpha

Platoon

Numerical/Detachment – Numerical

Squad

Numerical

Fire Team

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b. Availability of Organizational Records

Rosters, morning reports, and sick reports may be available down to the company level.
Note: The Army discontinued morning reports in 1974/1975.

Continued on next page

65. Army Organizational Structure, Continued


c. Other Organizational Units that May Have Created Records

Records, including clinical and medical records, may exist for other organizations and units, such as


  • garrison-type units, and

  • hospitals.


Important: If a unit was considered independent from higher echelons, it may have created its own records.




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