Brigade facts for kids
A brigade is a military unit in an army. Currently in most armies, a brigade is made up of several battalions. Up to World War II, a brigade had several regiments.
A brigade is commanded by a brigadier general, a brigadier, or a colonel.
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A U.S. infantry brigade of around 3,200 personnel, formed into eight battalion-sized groups
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