XV Corps (India)
|Part of||Army Northern Command|
|Lt General Satish Dua|
|General Bikram Singh|
XV Corps was first established in 1942, as part of the British Indian Army, during World War II. XV Corps (British India) was first formed from Headquarters Assam and Bengal Presidency District HQ on 30 March 1942, to defend Bengal, under the command of Eastern Army. It was disbanded in 1945.
It currently consists of:
- 19th Infantry Division headquartered at Baramulla,
- 28th Infantry Division headquartered at Gurez
- Artillery brigade
- Richard A. Renaldi and Ravi Rikhe, 'Indian Army Order of Battle,' Orbat.com for Tiger Lily Books: A division of General Data LLC, ISBN 978-0-9820541-7-8, 2011.
|Indian Army Corps (1947 - Present)|
|XIV Corps||XVI Corps|
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