Organization of the 70th
Organizational charts of a typical Infantry Division based on T.O. 7 dated July 15, 1943
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The following charts are from Osprey Books: US Army Infantry Divisions 1944-45 by John Sayen, 2007, unless otherwise stated. To order the book, click here. They have a wide variety of books covering ToEs in their Battle Orders series.

Numbers immediately below each unit lists the number of personnel in each unit. For example underneath Special Troops (Infantry Division chart)  38-7-890 translates into 38 officers, 7 Warrant Officers, 890 enlisted men.

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U.S. Army Infantry Division

Division Headquarters and Headquarters Company

Infantry Regiment - 3 regiments per division.

Regimental AT Company

Regimental Cannon Company

Infantry Battalion Hqs and Hqs. Company - 3 battalions per regiment.

Infantry Company - 3 companies per battalion

Weapons Company - 1 weapons company per battalion

Division Artillery (Divarty)

Service battery - Artillery

105mm Artillery Battalion (3 Battalions)

155mm Artllery Battalion (1 per division)

Artillery Battery

Engineer Combat Battalion

Engineer Company

Medical Battalion

Medical Collecting Company. Source: US Army Infantry Divisions 1943-45, Helion and Company, 2002 by Yves Bellanger.

Medical Clearing Company. Source: US Army Infantry Divisions 1943-45, Helion and Company, 2002 by Yves Bellanger.

MP Platoon - Source: US Army Infantry Divisions 1943-45, Helion and Company, 2002 by Yves Bellanger.

Signal Company

Reconnaisance Troop

Light Ordnance Maintenance Company

Quartermaster Company