Battalion A battalion is a military unit.The use of the term battalion varies by nationality and branch of service Typically a battalion consists of to soldiers and is divided into a number of companies.A battalion is typically commanded by a lieutenant colonel.In some countries, the word battalion is associated with the infantry. The term was first used in Italian as battaglione no later Infantry of the British Army The Infantry of the British Army, part of the structure of the British Army, comprises infantry battalions, from regiments.Of these, battalions are part of the Regular army and the remaining a part of the Army Reserve.The British Army s Infantry forms a highly flexible organisation, taking on a variety of roles, including armoured, mechanised, air assault and light History of the th th Parachute Infantry Battalion The th WWII Living History Group portrays the history and culture of the th Parachute Infantry Battalion during World War II through educational programs, living British Infantry Battalion TOE kerynne WWII British Infantry Battalion TOE or TOE Below is a schematic image of a WWII British Infantry battalion TOE Table of Organisation and Equipment, TOE. nd Battalion The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light The origins of the nd Battalion The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry can be traced back to with the formation of the th Regiment of Foot. World War II Infantry Tactics Company and Battalion Osprey s study of German, British and American company and battalion tactics during World War II The second World War is often seen as a confrontation of technology tanks and aircraft, artillery and engineering. Deliver Us From Darkness The Untold Story of Third Deliver Us From Darkness The Untold Story of Third Battalion Parachute Infantry Regiment during Market Garden General Military Ian Gardner, Ed Shames, Mario DiCarlo on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Deliver Us From Darkness is a gripping account of the paratroopers of the rd Battalion th Regiment during Operation Market Garden The Regiments in World War II Lancashire Infantry Museum The nd Loyals were in garrison at Singapore when on th December , without warning or declaration of war, Japan launched attacks on British and American bases throughout the Pacific theatre.