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"This We'll Defend"
— United States Army motto
United States Army (USA)
United States Army logo
The actual emblem of the United States Army.
Leader(s) World War II:

Commander-in-chief:
Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933-1945)
Harry S. Truman (1945-1953)

Secretary of War:
Henry L. Stimson

Chief of Staff:
George C. Marshall

Appears in Call of Duty
Call of Duty: United Offensive
Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty 3
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Call of Duty: WWII
Country United States of America
Type Army
Aerial (USAAF)
Branches Army Air Forces (1941-1947)
Corps of Engineers
Part of U.S. Department of Defense
  • Department of the Army
Active June 14, 1775 - Present
Motto "This we'll defend"

The United States Army (USA) is the land warfare branch of the United States Military. It appears as a playable faction in Call of Duty, United Offensive, Call of Duty 2, Big Red One, Call of Duty 3 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, is seen in Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty: GhostsCall of Duty: Advanced Warfare Call of Duty: Black Ops III, and Call of Duty: WWII.

Call of DutyEdit

 - The United States Army's Victory music.

The U.S. Army appears in Call of Duty in the first campaign. The player controls Pvt. Martin from the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division. The U.S. Army also appears in the Multiplayer mode of this game.

Call of Duty 2Edit

The U.S. Army appeared twice in Call of Duty 2 in the Battle of Normandy and "Crossing the Rhine". The player controls Cpl. Bill Taylor from Dog Company and once again, this faction appears in the Multiplayer mode of this game.

Call of Duty 2: Big Red OneEdit

The U.S. Army appears as the only Allied Faction in the game. The player takes control of Sgt. Roland Roger of the 1st Infantry Division, 16th Mechanized Infantry Regiment, Fox Company. The player also takes control of the protagonist's brother, "Stretch" Roger of the USAAF. The U.S. Army also appears in the Multiplayer mode of the game.

Call of Duty 3Edit

The U.S. Army appears again in Call of Duty 3 as the first campaign once again. The player takes control of Pvt. Nichols from the 29th Infantry Division. The U.S. Army appears in the Multiplayer Mode of this game like the previous installments

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Edit

Main article: U.S. Army Rangers

The user plays as United States Army Rangers PFC Joseph Allen and Private James Ramirez in the campaign. The Rangers are also a playable faction in Multiplayer and Special Ops.

Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit

The 1st Cavalry Division of the Army assists the player in a mission. As well, one can see on soldiers' uniforms the words "U.S. Army". 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3Edit

The U.S. Army is featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, where the player takes on the role of a Delta Force operator and frequently encounters U.S. Army Rangers in Delta Force missions. U.S. Army Rangers are first seen in the beginning of "Black Tuesday", where they are fighting in New York with their Stryker. It is mentioned that the Army is fighting a losing battle due to a jamming tower preventing air support. After the destruction of the jamming tower by Delta Force Team Metal, the U.S. Air Force provide air support to the Infantry on the ground and succesfully drive the Russians out of Manhattan.

After the chemical attack in Europe, a massive American expeditionary force is sent to Hamburg, Germany in the mission "Goalpost", utilizing M1A2 Abrams tanks, UH-60 Blackhawks, U.S. Air Force/U.S. Marine Corps-supplied V-22 Ospreys and AH-64 Apaches. U.S. Army Rangers save Hamburg with the assistance of Team Metal, who also rescued the American Vice President. The Rangers are last seen in the mission "Scorched Earth", where they fight alongside the German Army and Team Metal in war-torn Berlin. Team Metal (exception of Frost), and the U.S. Army as a whole, make their final campaign appearance in Down the Rabbit Hole.

Delta Force is a playable faction in multiplayer, facing the Spetsnaz and Inner Circle in all their engagements.

Players also play using Delta Force first and third-person models in most Special Ops missions. A notable exception is Special Delivery, where the player uses a Modern Warfare 2 U.S. Army Ranger first and third person model instead.

In Survival Mode, the players always play as one or two Delta Force operators. The player(s) can call in additional Delta support via the Delta Squad reward, purchasable via the Air Support terminal. This ships three A.I. controlled Delta Force operatives armed with M16A4 rifles and Five-Seven sidearms.

GalleryEdit

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIEdit

The U.S. Army makes two apperances in Black Ops II: The U.S. Army Rangers appear first in 1980's mission Suffer With Me, and appear again in the 2025 mission Judgement Day.

Call of Duty: GhostsEdit

The United States Army are playable in the levels Brave New WorldNo Man's LandStruck Down, and Homecoming. They are also seen helping the Ghosts and Marines in the level Severed Ties.

Call of Duty: Advanced WarfareEdit

CEO Jonathan Irons was once a trained U.S. Army soldier in the West Point Graduate Program. He left the Army later on and founded the Atlas Corporation. The Army is also seen fighting the Atlas Corporation in the Battle of New Baghdad.

Call of Duty: Black Ops IIIEdit

"This is Bastogne... I studied it at the academy. I cited it in my final paper as one of greatest examples of courage and bravery in military history. One of those battles that show you what you're really made of, who you really are. I used to dream about it."
Sarah Hall talk to the player in her Minds.The World War 2 era U.S Army is an ally faction during the mission "Demon Within". In this mission, player using DNI to break into Sarah Hall's internal world where she reminisced about the Battle of Bastogne to cite for her final paper at the academy. The Player must fight against Hall's delusions of German Military. In Hall's internal world, German Military and US Military are both using 2060's era weapons.

GalleryEdit

Call of Duty: WWII Edit

The U.S. Army appears as the main faction of Call of Duty: WWII. The player takes control of Private Ronald "Red" Daniels, who enlisted in the army in 1944 and fought with the 1st Platoon of the 1st Infantry Division during World War II. The player also takes control of Staff Sergeant Augustine Perez of the 745th Tank Battalion and 2nd Lieutenant Matthew Weber of the 509th Fighter Squadron, USAAF.

U.S Army unitsEdit

Command ElementsEdit

  • Overlord
  • Goliath
  • Vulture
  • Warlord
  • Rover Joe (USAAF)

Regular ElementsEdit

  • 2-1 Alpha
  • 2-5 Alpha
  • 2-1 Bravo
  • 2-2 Bravo
  • 3-2 Bravo
  • 2-3 Charlie
  • 3-1 Delta
  • Dagwood White Company
    • Dagwood White 2-7
    • Dagwood White 5
    • Dagwood White Dog 1-6
  • Wolverine Company
    • Wolverine 3-3
    • Wolverine 3-2
    • Wolverine 3-1
  • Mongoose 1
  • Grizzly Company
    • Grizzly 1-1
    • Grizzly 1-2
    • Grizzly 1-3
  • Viper Company
  • Blackjack Company

U.S Army RegimentsEdit

  • 16th Infantry Regiment
  • 116th Infantry Regiment
  • 2nd Armored Regiment
  • 3rd Armored Regiment
  • 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment
  • 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment

U.S Army BrigadesEdit

  • Brigade Combat Team 1
  • 170 Infantry Brigade
  • 172nd Infantry Brigade
  • 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team

U.S Army DivisionsEdit

WWIIEdit

  • 1st Infantry Division: May 24, 1917
  • 2nd Infantry Division: October 16, 1917
  • 3rd Infantry Division: November 21, 1917
  • 4th Infantry Division: June 1, 1940-March 5, 1946
  • 5th Infantry Division: October 16, 1939-September 20, 1946
  • 6th Infantry Division: October 12, 1939-January 10, 1949
  • 7th Infantry Division: July 1, 1940-April 2, 1971
  • 8th Infantry Division: July 1, 1940-November 20, 1945
  • 9th Infantry Division: August 1, 1940-January 15, 1947
  • 10th Mountain Division: July 15, 1943-November 30, 1945
  • 11th Airborne Division: February 25, 1943-July 1, 1958
  • 13th Airborne Division: August 13, 1943-February 25, 1946
  • 17th Airborne Division: April 15, 1943-September 16, 1945
  • 23rd Infantry Division (Americal): May 27, 1942-December 12, 1945
  • 24th Infantry Division: October 1, 1941-April 15, 1970
  • 25th Infantry Division: October 1, 1941
  • 26th Infantry Division: January 16, 1941-December 21, 1945
  • 27th Infantry Division: October 15, 1940-December 31, 1945
  • 28th Infantry Division: February 17, 1941-December 13, 1945
  • 29th Infantry Division: February 3, 1941-January 17, 1946
  • 30th Infantry Division: September 16, 1940-November 25, 1945
  • 31st Infantry Division: November 25, 1940-December 21, 1945
  • 32nd Infantry Division: October 15, 1940-February 28, 1945
  • 33rd Infantry Division: March 5, 1941-February 3, 1946
  • 34th Infantry Division: February 10, 1941-November 3, 1945
  • 35th Infantry Division: December 23, 1940-December 7, 1945
  • 36th Infantry Division: November 25, 1940-December 15, 1945
  • 37th Infantry Division: October 15, 1940-December 18, 1945
  • 38th Infantry Division: January 19, 1941-November 10, 1945
  • 40th Infantry Division: March 3, 1941-April 7, 1946
  • 41st Infantry Division: September 16, 1940-December 31, 1945
  • 42nd Infantry Division: July 14, 1943-June 29, 1946
  • 43rd Infantry Division: February 24, 1941-October 21, 1945
  • 44th Infantry Division: September 16, 1940-November 30, 1945
  • 45th Infantry Division: September 16, 1940-December 7, 1945
  • 63rd Infantry Division: June 15, 1943-September 27, 1945
  • 65th Infantry Division: August 16, 1943-August 31, 1945
  • 66th Infantry Division: April 15, 1943-November 8, 1945
  • 69th Infantry Division: May 15, 1943-September 16, 1945
  • 70th Infantry Division: June 15, 1943-October 11, 1945
  • 71st Infantry Division: June 15, 1943-March 12, 1946
  • 75th Infantry Division: April 15, 1943-November 14. 1945
  • 76th Infantry Division: June 15, 1942-August 31, 1945
  • 77th Infantry Division: March 25, 1942-March 15, 1946
  • 78th Infantry Division: August 15, 1942-May 22, 1946
  • 79th Infantry Division: June 15, 1942-December 20, 1945
  • 80th Infantry Division: July 15, 1942-January 5, 1946
  • 81st Infantry Division: June 15, 1942-January 30, 1946
  • 82nd Airborne Division: March 25, 1942
  • 83rd Infantry Division: August 15, 1942-April 5, 1946
  • 84th Infantry Division: October 15, 1942-January 21, 1946
  • 85th Infantry Division: May 25, 1942-August 26, 1945
  • 86th Infantry Division: December 15, 1942-December 30, 1946
  • 87th Infantry Division: December 15, 1942-September 21, 1945
  • 88th Infantry Division: July 15, 1942-October 24, 1947
  • 89th Infantry Division: July 15, 1942-December 27, 1945
  • 90th Infantry Division: March 25, 1942-December 27, 1945
  • 91st Infantry Division: August 15, 1942-December 1, 1945
  • 92nd Infantry Division: October 15, 1942-November 28, 1945
  • 93rd Infantry Division: May 15, 1942-February 3, 1946
  • 94th Infantry Division: September 15, 1942-February 9, 1946
  • 95th Infantry Division: July 15, 1942-October 15, 1945
  • 96th Infantry Division: August 15, 1942-Fenruary 3, 1946
  • 97th Infantry Division: February 25, 1943-March 31, 1946
  • 98th Infantry Division: September 15, 1942-February 16, 1946
  • 99th Infantry Division: November 15, 1942-October 15, 1945
  • 100th Infantry Division: November 15, 1942-January 10, 1946
  • 101st Airborne Division: August 15, 1942-November 30, 1945
  • 102nd Infantry Division: September 15, 1942-March 23, 1946
  • 103rd Infantry Division: November 15, 1942-September 22, 1945
  • 104th Infantry Division: September 15, 1942-December 20, 1945
  • 106th Infantry Division: March 15, 1943-October 2, 1945
  • 1st Cavalry Division: September 21, 1921
  • 2nd Cavalry Division: April 15, 1941-May 10, 1944
  • 1st Armored Division: July 15, 1940-April 25, 1946
  • 2nd Armored Division: July 15, 1940-December 15, 1995
  • 3rd Armored Division: April 15, 1941-November 10, 1945
  • 4th Armored Division: April 15, 1941-May 10, 1971
  • 5th Armored Division: October 10, 1941-May 9, 1945
  • 6th Armored Division: February 15, 1942-September 18, 1945
  • 7th Armored Division: March 1, 1942–October 9, 1945
  • 8th Armored Division: April 1, 1942-November 14, 1945
  • 9th Armored Division: July 15, 1942-October 13, 1945
  • 10th Armored Division: July 15, 1942-October 13, 1945
  • 11th Armored Division: August 15, 1942-August 31, 1945
  • 12th Armored Division: September 15, 1942-December 3, 1945
  • 13th Armored Division: October 15, 1942-November 15, 1945
  • 14th Armored Division: November 15, 1942-September 16, 1945
  • 16th Armored Division: July 15, 1943-October 15, 1945
  • 20th Armored Division: March 15, 1943-April 2, 1946
  • Philippine Infantry Division: April 29, 1921-April 30, 1947

PresentEdit

  • 1st Infantry Division: Active as of May 24, 1917
  • 2nd Infantry Division: Active as of October 16, 1917
  • 3rd Infantry Division: Active as of November 21, 1917
  • 4th Infantry Division: Active as of July 15, 1947
  • 7th Infantry Division: Active as of October 10, 2012
  • 10th Mountain Division: Active as of February 13, 1985
  • 25th Infantry Division: Active as of October 1, 1941
  • 28th Infantry Division: Active as of November 20, 1946
  • 29th Infantry Division: Active as of September 30, 1985
  • 34th Infantry Division: Active as of February 10, 1991
  • 35th Infantry Division: Active as of August 25, 1984
  • 36th Infantry Division: Active as of May 1, 2004
  • 38th Infantry Division: Active as of October 6, 1946
  • 40th Infantry Division: Active as of January 13, 1974
  • 42nd Infantry Division: Active as of September 8, 1947
  • 101st Airborne Division: Active as of September 21, 1956
  • 1st Cavalry Division: Active as of September 21, 1921
  • 1st Armored Division: Active as of March 7, 1951

Special Forces (US-SOCOM)Edit

  • 75th Ranger Regiment: Active as of July 17, 2006
    • 1st Ranger Battalion: Active as of January 31, 1974
      • Hunter Company
        • Hunter 2-1
        • Hunter 2-2
        • Hunter 2-3
        • Hunter 3-3
        • Hunter 6-4
        • Hunter 0-4
        • Hunter 6-2
    • 2nd Ranger Battalion: Active as of October 1, 1974
    • 3rd Ranger Battalion: Active as of October 3, 1984
  • Delta Force
    • Metal Team
    • Anvil Team
    • Granite Team
    • Onyx Team
  • Green Berets
    • ODA FOXTROT
    • ODA 595

M1A2 Abrams unitsEdit

  • Rhino 2-1
  • Rhino 2-2
  • Rhino 2-3
  • Rhino 2-4
  • Rhino 2-5
  • Rhino 2-6
  • Warpig 2-1
  • Warpig 2-2
  • 3-2 Echo
  • Broadsword
  • Highroller

M4 Sherman unitsEdit

  • Villain

M1126 StrykerEdit

  • Honey Badger
  • Samaritan
  • Firefly
  • Frolic

M1128 Mobile Gun SystemEdit

  • Bugs
  • Punta Gorda

UH-60 BlackhawkEdit

  • Helix 2-3
  • Helix 3-2
  • Helix 2-1
  • Dagger 2-1
  • Dagger 2-2
  • Gunslinger 1

AH-64 ApacheEdit

  • Helix 8-1
  • Helix 8-2

Commanding OfficersEdit

  • Commander General "OVERLORD"
  • General Shepherd (K.I.A.)
  • Colonel Davis
  • Colonel Marshall
  • Battle Captain "GRIZZLY"