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    US Army Cavalry Troop, Air Cavalry Squadron, Airmobile Division, TOE 17-99T(20 June 1969)Source: Rottman, Gordon. The US Army in the Vietnam War 1965-73. Oxford, UK: Osprey Publishing,

    2008; United States Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. FM 17-37, Air Cavalry

    Squadron. Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1969.

    # Weapons # Equipment

    78 M16A1 Rifle 16 AN/GRC-125 Radio

    36 M79 Grenade Launcher 11 AN/VRC-46 Radio

    30 M1911A1 Pistol 6 AN/PRC-25 Radio

    12 M60 Machine Gun 5 AN/VRC-49 Radio

    6 106mm M40 Recoilless Rifle 4 AN/GRA-39 Radio

    3 81mm M29A1 Mortar 4 AN/PRC-47 Radio

    2 AN/VRC-47

    1 AN/GRC-106 Radio

    # Vehicles # Aircraft

    18 1/4-Ton Truck

    12 3/4-Ton Truck

    6 M151C

    OFF: 5EM: 118

    OFF: 2EM: 19

    HQOFF: 1EM: 33

    OFF: 2

    EM: 12HQ OFF: 0

    EM: 7Maint

    OFF: 1EM: 1

    HQOFF: 0EM: 12

    Sct OFF: 0EM: 8

    AT

    OFF: 0EM: 5

    Spt OFF: 0EM: 7

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    5 1/2-Ton Trailer

    Troop HQ Section 1/4-Ton Truck w/ AN/PRC-47, AN/VRC-

    49, and AN/GRA-39 radios, 1/4-Ton Truckw/ AN/VRC-47 and AN/GRA-39 radios,

    1/4-Ton Truck w/ AN/VRC-46 andAN/GRA-39 radios, 3/4-Ton Truck w/

    AN/GRC-106, AN/VRC-49, AN/GRA-39,and AN/GRA-74 radios and 1/2-Ton

    Trailer, 3/4-Tron Truck w/ AN/VRC-47radio and 1/2-Ton Trailer, and 3/4-Ton

    Truck and 1/2-Ton Trailer

    Troop Commander, Captain M1911A1 Pistol

    Executive Officer, Lieutenant M1911A1 Pistol

    First Sergeant, E8 M16A1 Rifle

    Supply Sergeant, E6 M16A1 Rifle

    Communication Chief, E5 M16A1 RifleLiaison Sergeant, E5 M16A1 Rifle

    Clerk/Driver, E5 M16A1 Rifle

    IS Radio Operator, E5 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Armorer, E4 M16A1 Rifle

    IS Radio Operator/Driver, E4 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Radio Operator, E4 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Scout Driver, E4 M16A1 Rifle

    Scout Driver, E3 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Driver, E3 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Maintenance Section 3/4-Tron Truck w/ AN/VRC-46 andAN/GRC-125 radios and 1/2-Ton Trailer,

    and 2 3/4-Ton Truck and 1/2-Ton Trailer

    Maintenance Sergeant, E5 M16A1 Rifle

    Senior Radio Mechanic, E5 M16A1 Rifle

    Radio Mechanic, E4 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    General Vehicle Repairman, E4 M16A1 Rifle

    Equipment Report Clerk/Driver, E4 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    General Vehicle Repairman/Driver, E4 M16A1 Rifle

    General Vehicle Repairmans Apprentice,E4

    M16A1 Rifle

    Platoon HQ (x3) 1/4-Ton Truck w/ AN/PRC-47, AN/VRC-49, and AN/GRA-39 radios

    Platoon Leader, Lieutenant M1911A1 Pistol

    Scout Driver, E4 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Scout Section (x3) 2 1/4-Ton Truck w/ AN/VRC-46 Radio

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    and M60 machine gun, 2 1/4-Ton Truck w/

    AN/GRC-125 Radio and M60 machine gun

    Section Leader, E6 M16A1 Rifle

    Scout Observer, E3 (x4) M16A1 Rifle

    Scout Driver, E4 (x4) M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Squad Leader, E6 M16A1 RifleAssistant Squad Leader, E5 (x2) M16A1 Rifle

    Anti-Tank Section (x3) M151C w/ 106mm M40 Recoilless Rifleand AN/VRC-46 radio, M151C w/ 106mm

    M40 Recoilless Rifle and AN/GRC-125radio

    Platoon Sergeant, E7 M1911A1 Pistol

    Section Leader, E6 M16A1 Rifle

    Gunner, E4 (x2) M16A1 Rifle

    Light Truck Driver, E3 (x2) M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Loader, E3 (x2) M16A1 Rifle

    Support Squad (x3) 3/4-Ton Truck w/ AN/PRC-25 and

    AN/GRC-125 radios, 81mm M29A1Mortar

    Squad Leader, E5 M16A1 Rifle

    Mortar Gunner, E4 M16A1 Rifle

    Assistant Mortar Gunner, E3 M16A1 Rifle

    Ammo Bearer, E3 M16A1 Rifle

    Light Truck Driver, E3 M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Rifle Squad (x3) 3/4-Ton Truck w/ AN/PRC-25 andAN/GRC-125 radios

    Squad Leader, E6 M16A1 Rifle

    Team Leader, E5 (x2) M16A1 Rifle

    Grenadier, E4 (x2) M79 Grenade Launcher, M1911A1 Pistol

    Rifleman, E3 (x2) M16A1 Rifle

    NOTES: Personnel and equipment allotments for this formation from this source are

    very much based on what was clearly allocated. Sections in the Troop HQ may haveadditional personnel or additional vehicles. The fighting elements of the Troop are

    complete. Also, when deployed to Vietnam, units organized on this TOE would likelyhave refitted the recoilless rifle carriers in the Anti-Tank Section with machine guns and

    utilized them as an additional scout section.

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