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  1. Hello! I've been toying with the idea of creating a scenario focusing on a fictional conflict between Brazil and Argentina. Since I know very little about their task organization, I want to see if the Community knows a bit more. Specifically, I am looking for how these units are task organized at the Battalion level. For the Argentine Tank Cavalry Regiment, I found this source: https://www.quora.com/How-many-tanks-are-in-a-tank-platoon-Company-Battalion-Brigade-etc "3 Armored Cavalry Regiments, each regiment is composed of 3 Squadrons (A, B and C)- Each Squadron is composed of 13 tanks divided in 3 Sections of 4 tanks + Squadron leader. There is 39 fighting units plus the Regiment command Section of 1 Regiment staff + 1 Command Post vehicle of the regiment command. so 42 tanks + 4 Armored Mortar Carrier of the Fire Support Section." For the Brazilian Armored Cavalry Regiment, I have been unable to find anything solid. I know they use a mix of M60A3s and Leopard 1 variants. My assumption is that they are organized similar to a US Armor Battalion. Any help here would be appreciated. Thanks!
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