battalion

Battalion vs Division - What's the difference?

battalion | division |


As nouns the difference between battalion and division

is that battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment while division is division.

As a verb battalion

is to form into battalions.

Battalion vs Battle - What's the difference?

battalion | battle |


As a noun battalion

is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment.

As a verb battalion

is to form into battalions.

As a proper noun battle is

from places in england that have been sites of a battle.

Squad vs Battalion - What's the difference?

squad | battalion |


As nouns the difference between squad and battalion

is that squad is a group of people organized for some common purpose, usually of about ten members while battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment.

As a verb battalion is

to form into battalions.

Battalion vs Assistant - What's the difference?

battalion | assistant |


As nouns the difference between battalion and assistant

is that battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment while assistant is (obsolete) someone who is present; a bystander, a witness.

As a verb battalion

is to form into battalions.

As an adjective assistant is

having a subordinate or auxiliary position.

Battalion vs Null - What's the difference?

battalion | null |


As nouns the difference between battalion and null

is that battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As a verb battalion

is to form into battalions.

Battalion vs Regment - What's the difference?

battalion | regment |

Battalion vs Infantry - What's the difference?

battalion | infantry |


As nouns the difference between battalion and infantry

is that battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment while infantry is soldiers who fight on foot (on land), as opposed to cavalry and other mounted units, regardless of external transport (eg airborne).

As a verb battalion

is to form into battalions.

Squadron vs Battalion - What's the difference?

squadron | battalion |


As nouns the difference between squadron and battalion

is that squadron is (obsolete) primarily, a square; hence, a square body of troops; a body of troops drawn up in a square while battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment.

As a verb battalion is

to form into battalions.

Battalion vs Platoon - What's the difference?

battalion | platoon |


In military|lang=en terms the difference between battalion and platoon

is that battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment while platoon is (military) a unit of thirty to forty soldiers typically commanded by a lieutenant and forming part of a company.

As nouns the difference between battalion and platoon

is that battalion is (military) an army unit having two or more companies, etc and a headquarters traditionally forming part of a regiment while platoon is (military) a unit of thirty to forty soldiers typically commanded by a lieutenant and forming part of a company.

As verbs the difference between battalion and platoon

is that battalion is to form into battalions while platoon is (baseball) to alternate starts with a teammate of opposite handedness, depending on the handedness of the opposing pitcher.

Battalion vs Brigadeflowchart - What's the difference?

battalion | brigadeflowchart |

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