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Army Training and Replacement Command
Commando Opleidingen en Aanvullingen Landmacht (COAL)


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Unit Location Peace Strength War Strength
Staff and Staff Company
Army Training and Replacement Command [a]
Amersfoort 22/25/57 (104)
   
811 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
811 Replacement Depot
21/115/32/33 (201)
A Company 11/67/312 (390)
B Company 15/42/342 (399)
C Company 15/42/342 (399)
D Company 15/42/342 (399)
E Company 8/39/321 (368)
F Company 6/37/256 (299)
G Company
H Company
I Company
J Company
K Squadron
L Squadron
  91/384/1947/33 (2455)
 
812 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
812 Replacement Depot
9/44/13/17 (83)
A Company 11/66/299 (376)
B Company 15/42/342 (399)
C Company
D Company
  35/152/654/17 (858)
       
813 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
813 Replacement Depot
14/78/24/23 (139)
A Company 15/42/342 (399)
B Company 11/67/312 (390)
C Company 15/42/342 (399)
D Company 11/66/299 (376)
E Company
F Company
G Company
H Company
  66/295/1319/23 (1703)
   
814 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Squadron
814 Replacement Depot
13/69/18/21 (121)
A Squadron 10/28/185 (223)
B Squadron 10/28/185 (223)
C Squadron 16/57/242 (315)
D Squadron 16/69/282 (367)
E Squadron
F Squadron
G Squadron
H Squadron
  65/251/912/21 (1249)
   
815 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Battery
815 Replacement Depot
11/60/16/20 (107)
A Battery 62/105/237 (404)
B Battery 62/105/237 (404)
C Battery
D Battery
E Battery
F Battery
  135/270/490/20 (915)
   
816 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
816 Replacement Depot
9/41/12/16 (78)
A Company 6/44/300 (350)
B Company
C Company
D Company
  15/85/312/16 (428)
   
817 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
817 Replacement Depot
11/57/16/24 (108)
A Battery 8/22/128 (158)
B Company 18/40/62 (120)
C Company
D Company
E Company
F Company
  37/119/206/24 (386)
   
818 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
818 Replacement Depot
10/48/14/18 (90)
A Company 2/-/52 (54)
B Company
C Company
D Company
E Company
F Company
G Company
H Company
  12/48/66/18 (144)

Note
 
a. Wartime organisation. Formed on mobilisation from the remaining personnel of Staff, Royal Army Training Command after the disbandment of that command, and filled out under the GRIM system by mobilisable subunits that had fulfilled their active-duty period in said staff unit between four and twenty months prior to mobilisation.1 4



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819 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
819 Replacement Depot
8/31/11/13 (63)
A Company -/16/56/ (72)
B Company
C Company
  8/47/67/13 (135)
   
820 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
820 Replacement Depot
9/41/12/15 (77)
A Company 22/12/230 (264)
B Company
C Company
D Company
  31/53/242/15 (341)
   
821 Replacement Depot
Staff and Support Company
821 Replacement Depot
9/37/14/14 (74)
A Company 4/20/288 (312)
B Company
C Company
D Company
  13/57/302/14 (386)
   
202 Personnel Replacement Battalion [a]
Staff and Support Company
202 Personel Replacement Battalion
70/162/236/4 (472)
A Company 15/42/342 (399)
B Company 15/42/342 (399)
C Company 15/42/342 (399)
D Company 14/64/312 (390)
E Company 14/63/289 (366)
F Company 8/37/356 (401)
G Battery 58/89/280 (427)
H Company 19/85/275 (379)
I Company 16/68/289 (373)
J Company 24/40/314 (378)
  268/734/3377/4 (4383)
   
56 Infantry Battalion [b]
Staff and Support Company
56 Infantry Battalion
A Company
B Company
C Company
Combat Support Company
 
   
Army Training and Replacement Command Peace Strength: –
Army Training and Replacement Command War Strength: 798/2520/9951/218 (13487)

Notes
   
a.Filled by personnel from the general pool of mobilisable reserves (vrij-indeelbaar bestand) that had fulfilled their active-duty period up to five and a half years prior to mobilisation.2 
b.For some reason 56 Infantry Battalion, the last mobilisable infantry battalion to be disbanded in the context of the 1974 Defence White Paper, lingered in the 1985 Royal Army order of battle as a purely administrative entity. No personnel or equipment was assigned.3

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1. VS 2-1050/1A, VI-18. NIMH 205A/10, Aflossing van mobilisabele eenheden en -aanvullingen d.d. 11 november 1983 en 17 juni 1985.
2. NIMH 205A/10, loc. cit.
3.NL-HaNA 2.13.182 inv. nr. 643, Planningsmemorandum Legerplan 162 (Reorganisatie Infanterie) d.d. 1 augustus 1985, 8. When 44 Armoured Infantry Battalion was deployed to Lebanon in 1979 for United Nations (UNIFIL) peacekeeping duties, 55 Infantry Battalion (mobilisable), also scheduled to be disbanded in the 1974 Defence White Paper, was retained and added to 52 Armoured Infantry Brigade to fill the gap. After 44 Armoured Infantry Battalion returned in October 1983, 55 Infanty Battalion was added to 101 Infantry Brigade. Ibid.
4.RIM was the Dutch acronym for Direct Influx into Mobilisable Units (Rechtstreekse Instroming in Mobilisabele Eenheden). GRIM was a variant of this system, meaning "Largely RIM" (Grotendeels Rechtstreekse Instroming in Mobilisabele Eenheden). For a survey of the Royal Army's unit filling and reserve system see Gijsbers, Blik in de smidse, 2222-2231; Selles, Personele vulling; Berghuijs, Opleiding, 14-23. In English: Isby and Kamps, Armies, 341-343; Sorrell, Je Maintiendrai, 94-96; Van Vuren, The Royal Netherlands Army TodayMilitary Review April 1982, 23-28.