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  • Docman
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    Originally posted by Petrus
    Am I to understand that this is classified information? I haven't supposed that such matters can be still kept secret today and this is why I asked.

    P.
    Hi Petrus,

    Sorry to do this on your first post but the Irish Army OrBatts are classified info and therefore it is illegal to publish them under the Official Secrets Act 1963.

    You will get some info on military.ie.

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  • Petrus
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    Originally posted by JAG
    I think this comes under the heading "Operational Information" and will lead to the thread being closed in the next eight minutes.
    Am I to understand that this is classified information? I haven't supposed that such matters can be still kept secret today and this is why I asked.

    P.

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  • Docman
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    Yep, Restricted info

    Sound of mods running to shut down thread......thread closing in 5.....4......3......2.....

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  • JAG
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    I think this comes under the heading "Operational Information" and will lead to the thread being closed in the next eight minutes.

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  • Petrus
    started a topic Irish TOEs

    Irish TOEs

    At http://orbat.com/site/toe/toe/ireland/selectedtoes.html there is brief info on the Irish army's unit structure. Here is an excerpt:

    Battalion Infantry

    Company HQ

    3 Company Combat

    Platoon HQ
    3 Platoon Combat
    Platoon Support
    Section HQ
    Section Anti-Tank
    Section Mortar ( 60 mm )
    Section Machine Gun

    Company Support

    Platoon HQ
    Platoon Recon Armoured
    Platoon Mortar ( 81 mm )
    Platoon Anti-Tank
    Platoon Machine Gun

    Squadron Cavalry

    Troop HQ

    3 Troop Mechanized
    4 ( Land Rover )
    4 ( AML-20 )
    2 ( M-3 )

    Troop Support
    I would like to know how it acctually is (and was). What interests me much is the structure of the Irish cavalry. Could you please provide some info on that?

    Best regards,
    Piotr
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