The US Constabulary consisted of up to 38,000 men organized into:
- Headquarters, United States Constabulary,
- Located first at Bamberg then moved to Stuttgart.
- Three Brigades,
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd
- 10 Regiments,
- 1st through 3rd and 5th through 9th, assigned to the brigades.
- The 4th Regiment, an independent unit with:
- Two squadrons in Austria and
- One squadron in West Berlin.
- Thirty Squadrons.
- Each battalion-size squadron had five (at first) and then later on only four company-size troops.
- Thirty Squadrons.
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