Divisional Statistics for American Forces — World War I

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American Forces - World War I

Divisional Statistics

Pieces of Artillery Captured
Division Number
2nd 343
89th 127
5th 98
33rd 93
80th 88
30th 81
3rd 51
4th 44
77th 44
90th 42
91st 33
79th 32
42nd 25
35th 24
29th 21
32nd 21
26th 16
28th 16
82nd 11
36th 9
78th 4
Total 1257
Number of Machine Guns Captured by Division
Division Number
3rd 1501
2nd 1350
5th 802
80th 641
42nd 495
91st 471
89th 455
30th 426
33rd 414
77th 323
82nd 311
36th 294
79th 275
37th 263
29th 250
90th 230
32nd 190
26th 132
35th 85
28th 63
78th 43
4th 31
7th 28
Total 9,073
Number of Replacements Sent to Each Division
Division Number of Replacements
2nd 35,343
1st 30,206
3rd 24,033
28th 21,717
32nd 20,140
4th 19,599
42nd 17,253
26th 14,411
77th 12,728
5th 12,611
91st 12,530
35th 10,605
82nd 8,402
89th 7,669
37th 6,282
79th 6,246
33rd 5,413
27th 5,355
29th 4,977
80th 4,495
7th 4,112
36th 3,397
78th 3,190
92nd 2,920
6th 2,784
30th 2,384
81st 1,084
88th 731
Total 352,517
Number of Enemy Prisoners Captured
Division Prisoners Captured
2nd 12,026
1st 6,469
89th 5,061
33rd 3,985
30th 3,848
26th 3,148
4th 2,756
91st 2,412
5th 2,405
27th 2,355
3rd 2,240
32nd 2,153
90th 1,876
37th 1,495
42nd 1,317
28th 921
82nd 845
35th 781
77th 750
36th 549
78th 398
79th 392
7th 68
Total 60,063
Kilometers Advanced in Action
Division Kilometers
77th 77.5
2nd 62
42nd 55
1st 51
3rd 41
26th 37
80th 37
32nd 36
33rd 36
89th 26
91st 34
37th 30.75
30th 29.5
5th 29
90th 28.5
4th 24.5
36th 21
78th 21
79th 19.5
82nd 17
84th 12.5
27th 11
28th 10
29th 7
81st 5.5
92nd 3
7th .75