List of Jäger units
This is a list of Jäger units in various national armies. Jäger, or Jaeger, is the German word for "hunter", and describes a kind of light infantry.  In English the word Jaeger is also translated as "rifleman" or "ranger".
- Chasseurs Ardennais, armoured infantry battalion
- 1st Regiment Jagers te Paard, mechanized reconnaissance battalion
- 2/4th Chasseurs à Cheval Regiment, mechanized reconnaissance battalion with electronic warfare unit
- Hunter Corps, a special forces unit of the Royal Danish Army
- Jäger Movement, volunteers from Finland in Germany trained as Jägers
- Guard Jaeger Regiment, a Finnish Army unit
- Jaeger Brigade, a unit of the Finnish Army
- Utti Jaeger Regiment, the Finnish Army training and development centre for special forces and helicopter operations
- Utti Jaeger Regiment, Special Operations Airborne Infantry in the Finnish army
- Armoured Jägers, mechanized infantry units, trained in Armoured Brigade (Finland) and Karelia Brigade
- Border Jaegers, jägers trained in the Finnish Border Guard
- Coastal Jaegers, marine commando unit of the Finnish Navy.
- Royal Prussian Guard Jägerbattalion
- Royal Prussian Guard Schützenbattalion
- Royal Prussian Jägerbattalion Count York von Wartenburg (East Prussian) No.1
- Royal Prussian Jägerbattalion Prince Bismarck (Pomeranian) No.2
- Royal Prussian Brandenburg Jägerbattalion No.3
- Royal Prussian Magdeburg Jägerbattalion No.4
- Royal Prussian Jägerbattalion von Neumann (1st Silesian) No.5
- Royal Prussian 2nd Silesian Jägerbattalion No.6
- Royal Prussian Westphalian Jägerbattalion No.7
- Royal Prussian Rhineland (or Rhenish) Jägerbattalion No.8
- Royal Prussian Lauenburg Jägerbattalion No.9
- Royal Prussian Hanoverian Jägerbattalion No.10
- Royal Prussian Electoral Hessian Jägerbattalion No.11
- Royal Saxon Jägerbattalion No.12
- Royal Saxon Jägerbattalion No.13
- Grand-Ducal Mecklenburg Jägerbattalion No.14
- Royal Bavarian 1st Jägerbattalion
- Royal Bavarian 2nd Jägerbattalion
Germany (First World War)
- Guard Reserve Jägerbattalion
- Guard Reserve Schützenbattalion
- Reserve Jägerbattalions 1-14
- Bavarian Reserve Jägerbattalions 1-2
- Bavarian Ski Battalions 1-2
- Reserve Jägerbattalions 15-26
- Royal Prussian 27th Jäger Battalion (Finnish Volunteers)
- Bavarian Ski Battalions 3-4
- Württemberg Ski Company (later renamed the Württemberg Mountain Company and expanded to a Battalion, then a Regiment)
- Bavarian Jägerregiment No.1 (1st and 2nd Bavarian Jäger Battalions, 2nd Bavarian Reserve Jäger Battalion)
- Jägerregiment No.2 (10th Jäger Battalion, 10th and 14th Reserve Jäger Battalions)
- Bavarian Jägerregiment No.3 (1st - 4th Bavarian Ski Battalions)
- Alpine Corps (1st, 2nd & 3rd Jäger Regiments)
- Württemberg Mountain Battalion
- Jägerregiment No.4 (11th Jäger Battalion, 5th and 6th Reserve Jäger Battalions)
- Jägerregiment No.5 (17th, 18th and 23rd Reserve Jäger Battalions)
- Jägerregiment No.6 (5th, 6th and 14th Jäger Battalions)
- Jägerregiment No.7 (13th Jäger Battalion, 25th and 26th Reserve Jäger Battalions)
- Jägerregiment No.8 (4th, 16th and 24th Reserve Jäger Battalions)
- Jägerregiment No.9 (8th Jäger Battalion, 12th Reserve Jäger Battalion)
- Jägerregiment No.10 (12th Jäger Battalion, 13th Reserve Jäger Battalion)
- Royal Bavarian 29th Infantry Regiment (Jager Regiment) (1st Bavarian Reserve Jagerbattalion, 7th and 9th Reserve Jägerbattalions)
- German Jäger Division (11th, 12th & 13th Jägerregiments)
- Württemberg Mountain Regiment
- Jägerregiment No.11 (Guard Reserve Jägerbattalion, Guard Reserve Schützenbattalion, 1st Jägerbattalion)
- Jägerregiment No.12 (2nd and 7th Jägerbattalions, 1st Reserve Jägerbattalion)
- Jägerregiment No.13 (8th, 20th and 21st Reserve Jägerbattalions)
- Jägerregiment No.14 (15th, 19th and 22nd Reserve Jägerbattalions)
- Bavarian Reserve Jägerregiment No.15 (1st Bavarian Reserve Jagerbattalion and Caucasian Railway Protection Battalion)
Germany (Third Reich)
- Fallschirmjäger, German paratroopers
- Feldjäger, the military police of the German Bundeswehr
- Feldjägerkorps, one of several military police organizations in the German Wehrmacht
- Gebirgsjäger, mountain infantry
- 24th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Karstjäger, Waffen-SS mountain troops from the Austrian Karst
- 28th Jäger Division, a military division of the Wehrmacht during World War II
Germany (Federal Republic)
- Jäger Regiment 1, an air-mobile infantry unit that was downsized to battalion level
- Jägerbataillon 91, a unit that was formed in 2015
- Gebirgsjägerbrigade 23, Mountain Infantry Brigage 23
- Gebirgsjägerbataillion 231
- Gebirgsjägerbataillion 232
- Gebirgsjägerbataillion 233
- Fallschirmjägerregiment 26, formed in 2015 from parts of Fallschirmjägerregiment 261 and Fallschirmjägerregiment 263
- Fallschirmjägerregiment 31, formed in 2015
- Garderegiment Grenadiers en Jagers, guards regiment, an amalgamation of the Garderegiment Grenadiers and the Garderegiment Jagers. Consists of one air mobile infantry battalion
- Regiment Limburgse Jagers, line infantry (former 2nd Infantry Regiment). Consists of one armoured infantry battalion
- Hærens Jegerkommando, the armed forces competence center for ranger, airborne and counter terrorist duty in the Norwegian Army
- Jegerkompaniet, the Norwegian Army's northern-most unit
- Kystjegerkommandoen, (Coastal Ranger Command) marine unit trained to operate in littoral combat theatres, filling the role of a marine corps and coastal artillery in the Norwegian Navy
- Marinejegerkommandoen, a marine commando unit of the Norwegian Navy.
- Artillerijeger, a ranger unit specialising in special reconnaissance and forward observing for artillery and aircraft.
- Grensejeger, border rangers at the border between Russia and Norway
- Jägare, elite units in the Swedish Armed Forces
- Fallskärmsjägarna, the Parachute Ranger Corps
- Fallskärmsjägarskolan (Fjs) Parachute ranger school
- Lapplands Jägarna I 22(1975–2000) Arctic Ranger Battalion
- Arméns Jägarbataljon (AJB) The Army's Jäger Battalion
- 31. Luftburna Bataljonen (K3) 31. Airborne Jäger Battalion
- 32. Underättelsebataljonen (K3) 32. Intelligence Jäger Battalion
- Flygbasjägarskolan (Fjbs) Air (base)force ranger school
- Kustjägarna (AMF1), (Coastal Rangers) marine commandos trained to operate in littoral combat theatres, filling the role of a marine corps and coastal artillery
-The 24th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment was also known as the "Hecker Jaeger Regiment” after Friedrich Hecker, its original commander.
-The Scout Sniper Platoon of Second Battalion, Third Marine Regiment is identified by the callsign "Jaeger".
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