Armor: January 5, 2000


US ARMY TANK FLEET: ACTIVE FORCES; 1st Armored Division: 207 M1A1 in Germany, 120 M1A1 at Fort Riley, Kansas, 1st Infantry Division: 210 M1A1 in Germany, 120 M1A1 at Fort Riley Kansas, 1st Cavalry Division: 327 M1A2 at Fort Hood, TX, 2nd Infantry Division: 147 M1A1 in Korea, 120 M1A1 at Fort Lewis, Washington, 3rd Infantry Division: 267 M1A1 at Forts Stewart and Benning, Georgia, 4th Infantry Division: 268 M1A1 at Fort Hood TX and Fort Carson, Colorado, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment: 129 M1A2 at Fort Carson, Colorado, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 69 M1A1 at Fort Irwin, California.
RESERVE FORCES; 28th Infantry Division (Mechanized): 267 M1 (Pennsylvania), 34th Infantry Division: 148 M1 (Michigan), 35th Infantry Division: 207 M1 (Kentucky), 38th Infantry Division: 207 M1 (Ohio), 40th Infantry Division (Heavy Armor): 327 M1 (California), 42nd Infantry Division (Heavy Armor): 327 M1 (New England), 49th Armored Division: 299 M1A1 (Texas), 30th Mechanized Brigade: 69 M1A1 (Virginia), 31st Armored Brigade: 128 M1A1 (Alabama), 48th Mechanized Brigade: 69 M1A1 (Georgia), 81st Mechanized Brigade: 69 M1A1 (Washington State), 116th Armored Brigade: 129 M1A1 (Oregon-Idaho), 155th Armored Brigade: 129 M1A1 (Mississippi), 218th Mechanized Brigade: 69 M1A1 (North Carolina), 256th Mechanized Brigade: 69 M1A1 (Louisiana), 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment: 129 M1A1 (Tennessee). --Stephen V Cole


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