Army units were often reinforced by Stormtroopers, although the command structure for the two organizations remained separate.
The number of members included in a London club varies from 2200 in the Army and Navy to 475 in the St James's club.V., they don't fight for mom, apple pie, the American flag..fight for one another." - Lt. Hal Moore "If you're going to go to war against a major enemy, go; knock the hell out of him fast, and go in there to kill him and get it over with." - Retired Lieutenant General Harold Moore "Tell the Truth, and speak from your pay-grade.Don't try to answer questions that would better be directed to the battalion commander or Gen. If you are a squad leader, answer questions about what you know and do." - Lt. Hal Moore's simple rules governing media visits to his unit, the 1st Battalion 7th Cavalry in Vietnam in 1965. — Is instituted for the association of commissioned officers of all ranks in Her Majesty’s Regular Army, Royal Navy, and Royal Marines. Thirty members must actually vote, and one black ball in ten excludes. for old members; but the following resolution was carried at the annual meeting of the club on the 3rd June, 1878: "All new members who are elected to the club, commencing with the next ballot, shall pay an annual subscription at £10 10s."The largest income...may be stated to be that of the Army and Navy club, which in the year 1875 amounted to £30,813, of which £19,383 was raised by entrance fees and subscriptions alone.