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|Type||Reserve armored infantry|
|Part of||Northern Command|
|Colors||Green and Yellow|
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Yom Kippur (1973)
First Lebanon War
Israeli disengagement plan
Second Lebanon War
The Israel Defense Forces 319th Armor Division, also known as the Ha-Mapatz Formation ("Bang"), is a reserve-service armored infantry division in the IDF. It is subordinate to the Northern Regional Command.
Formed in 1954, it fought in the Suez Crisis and Six-Day War as the 38th Division. In the latter conflict, the division was led by Major General Ariel Sharon. During the Yom Kippur War, the division fought in the battles of the northern Golan under Major General Moshe Peled. It was known as 146th division at the time, receiving its present 319 designation after the war.
- 319th "Ha-Mapatz" Division
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