2nd Infantry Division (Romania)

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Divizia 2 Infanterie "Getica"
2nd Infantry Division "Getica"
BranchRomanian Land Forces
Size3 brigades, 2 regiments, 1 logistics base, 5 auxiliary battalions
Brigadier General Petrica-Lucian Foca

The 2nd Infantry Division Getica is one of the major units of the Romanian Land Forces. The 2nd Infantry Division is the heraldic successor of the Second Army. It was active during the Cold War with its headquarters first in Bucharest, and after 1980, in Buzău.[1][2]

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