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Inactivation ceremony of the 24th Infantry 
            Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia, 1996

(Inactivation ceremony of the 24th Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia, 1996; unit personnel were "reflagged" as the 3d Infantry Division)

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Studies and Papers

The U.S. Army in the 1890s
Point Paper covering Army Organization in the late 19th Century

The U.S. Constabulary in Post-War Germany (1946-52)
Point Paper on the Structure of the U.S. Constabulary

History of Tables of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) Units
Information Paper on the development of TDA Organization

Regulatory Authorities

Army Regulation 5-10: Stationing

Army Regulation 71-32: Force Development and Documentation

Army Regulation 220-1

Army Regulation 220-5: Designation, Classification, and Change in Status of Units

Army Regulation 220-20: Army Status of Resources and Training System (ASORTS)-Basic Identity Data Elements (BIDE)

Army Regulation 600-82: The U.S. Army Regimental System

Army Regulation 360-1: The Army Public Affairs Program
(Although this AR does not specifically mention responsibilities of the Force Structure and Unit History Branch, it is included here because paragraphs 5-38 and 5-39 contain useful information on the release of information concerning the activation, inactivation, reorganization, etc., of units and other organizations. Related information is also contained in AR 5-10, above.)

National Guard Regulation 10-1: Organization and Federal Recognition of Army National Guard Units