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French Army
With thanks to Lee Sharp
Motorized Corps, with Organic Units
10 May 1940
 
Corps d'armée Motorisé
 
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    Motorized Corps organic units
Army
Corps
   Heavy Artillery
   Regiment
Artillery Park
 • Worker Co
 • 1st Ammo Plt
 • 2nd Ammo Plt
Recon
Battalion
1st Engineer Co
2nd Engineer Co
Bridging Co
Engineer Park Co
Pioneer
Regiment
Telephone Co
Radio Co
Carrier-Pigeon Plt
Headquarters
and Transport
Companies
Quartermaster
Battalion
Medical Group Units
 • Field Hospital
 • Lt. Surgical Hospital
 • Hygiene Co
 • Augmentation Co
    Ie mot     101e ALCA (mot)     1
       • 101
       • 101/1
       • 101/2
2     101/1
    101/2
    101/16
    101/21
601 101/81
101/82
101/83
 351/1 Corps Hqs (mot)
 384/1 Transport (mot)
    101/1        • 1
       • 201
       • 1
       • 1
    IIe mot     102e ALCA (mot)     2
       • 102
       • 102/1
       • 102/2
1     102/1
    102/2
    102/16
    102/21
602 102/81
102/82
102/83
 352/2 Corps Hqs (mot)
 383/2 Transport (mot)
    102/2        • 2
       • 202
       • 2
       • 2
    Ve mot     104e ALCA (mot)     5
       • 105
       • 105/1
       • 105/2
3     105/1
    105/2
    105/16
    105/21
605 105/81
105/82
105/83
 355/5 Corps Hqs (mot)
 382/5 Transport (mot)
    105/5        • 5
       • 205
       • 5
       • 5
 
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Motorized Corps Heavy Artillery Regiment (Motorized) Artillery Park (motorized), Motorized Corps Motorized Corps Reconnaissance Regiment Engineer Company (Motorized) Engineer Company (Motorized) Bridge Equipment Company (Motorized) Engineer Park Company (Motorized) Pioneer (Construction) Regiment Telephone Company (Motorized) Radio Company (Motorized) Carrier Pigeon Detachment (Motorized) Quartermaster Group Corps Medical Group Corps Headquarters Company (Motorized) Transport Company (Motorized)