A brigade is a major tactical military formation, composed of three to six battalions plus supporting elements. It is equivalent to an enlarged or reinforced regiment. Two or more brigades may constitute a division. Brigades formed into divisions are infantry or armored. In addition to combat units, they may include combat support units or sub-units, such as artillery and engineers, logistic units or sub-units; such brigades have sometimes been called brigade-groups. On operations, a brigade may comprise both organic elements and attached elements, including some temporarily attached for a specific task. Brigades may be specialized and comprise battalions of a single branch, for example cavalry, armored, air defence, engineers, signals or logistic; some brigades are classified as independent or separate and operate independently from the traditional division structure. The typical NATO standard brigade consists of 3,200 to 5,500 troops. However, in Switzerland and Austria, the numbers could go as high as 11,000 troops.
The Soviet Union, its forerunners and successors use "regiment" instead of brigade, this was common in much of Europe until after World War II. A brigade's commander is a major general, brigadier general, brigadier or colonel. In some armies, the commander is rated as a general officer; the brigade commander has staff. The principal staff officer a lieutenant colonel or colonel, may be designated chief of staff; until the late 20th century British and similar armies called the position'brigade-major’ and most British brigades have a major as the chief of staff. Some brigades may have a deputy commander; the headquarters has a nucleus of staff officers and support that can vary in size depending on the type of brigade. On operations, additional specialist elements may be attached; the headquarters will have its own communications unit. In some gendarmerie forces, brigades are the basic-level organizational unit. "The brigade as a military unit came about starting in the 15th century when the British army and militia developed a unit to control more than one infantry regiment or cavalry squadron".
Each regiment, cavalry squadron, or artillery battery operated somewhat independently, with its own field officer or battery commander reporting directly to the field force or "army" commander. As such a "field army" became larger, the number of subordinate commanders became unmanageable for the officer in general command of said army a major general, to command. In order to streamline command relationships, as well as effect some modicum of tactical control in regard to combined arms operations, an intermediate level of command came into existence. "The term's origin is found in two French roots, which together, meant roughly'those who fight' ". Another theory for derivation of the term brigade derives from Italian brigata, as used for example in the introduction to The Decameron, where it refers only to a group of ten, or Old French brigare, meaning "company" of an undefined size, which in turn derives from a Celtic root briga, which means "strife"; the so-called "brigada" was a well-mixed unit, comprising infantry and also artillery, designated for a special task.
The size of such "brigada" ranged from a reinforced "company" of up to two regiments. The "brigada" was the forerunner of the modern "battalion task force", "battle group", or "brigade"; the Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus improved the brigade as a tactical unit, introducing it in 1631 during a reorganization of the Swedish Army in the course of the Thirty Years' War. The invention of the brigade overcame the lack of coordination inherent in the traditional army structure consisting of independent regiments of infantry and units of supporting arms acting separately under their individual commanding officers. Gustavus Adolphus accomplished this battlefield coordination by combining battalions of infantry with cavalry troops and artillery batteries into a "battle group", viz. brigada or "brigade" commanded by a senior colonel, or lieutenant colonel, appointed as a brigadier-general. In France, Marshal Turenne copied the brigade organization. Unlike the Swedish brigades, French brigades at that time comprised two to five regiments of the same branch.
The rank, intermediate between colonel and maréchal de camp, disappeared in 1788 and should not be confused with that of général de brigade, equivalent to a brigadier general. In the Argentinian Army, the typical brigade is composed of an HQ company, two or three battalions of the brigade´s main branch, which give the brigade its denomination, plus one battalion of the other branch, plus one or two artillery groups, an engineers battalion or company, a signals company, intelligence company, an army aviation section and a logistics battalion. Mountain brigades have a special forces company; the brigade is commanded by a brigadier general or a senior colonel, who may b
Kamayut Township is located in the north central part of Yangon. The township comprises ten wards, shares borders with Hlaing township in the north, Hlaing township and Kyimyindaing township in the west, the Inya Lake, Bahan township and Mayangon township in the east, Sanchaung township in the south. One of the most prosperous areas in Yangon, Kamayut is the "college town" of the Yangon. Pyay Road which cuts across the township is lined with many education and media related institutions such as Myanmar Radio and Television headquarters. Yangon University, the University of Medicine 1, the Yangon Institute of Economics, the Yangon Institute of Education and affiliated TTC and University of Distance Education, Yangon are all located in the township; the township has two middle schools and five high schools. "Kamayut" derives from the Mon language term "Kamarot", which means "lake of gems." The following is a list of landmarks protected by the city in Kamayut township. Sinhmalike Market Kunchan Market, built in 1962, is the township's primary market.
In 2010, the Yangon administration announced it would upgrade the market by building an eight-storey 69,720 square feet shopping center. Kamayut Township is home to Junction Square Centre, a 4-storey 300,000 square feet shopping centre on the corner of Pyay and Kyuntaw Roads and opened in March 2012; the Blazon Department Store is located in the township. The M&A Office Tower, a 17-storey office building, is expected to be completed in 2013
Senryu Girl romanized as Senryuu Shojo, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masakuni Igarashi. The series began serialization in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine in October 2016, has been compiled into twelve tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation by Connect aired from April 6 to June 22, 2019; the story focuses on the relationship between Nanako Yukishiro, a girl who only communicates through senryū written on tanzaku, Eiji Busujima, an ex-delinquent who attempts to write his own senryū. The story follows. Most chapters take the form of a collection of yonkomas with a few more traditional pages thrown in. Nanako Yukishiro Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa A high school girl, taciturn and not good with verbal communication, instead communicating through senryu, a form of haiku. A member of the Literature club, she is enamoured with Eiji and is fond and accepting of him, she is seen as clumsy and a bit of an airhead. Eiji Busujima Voiced by: Tasuku Hatanaka An ex-delinquent.
A member of the Literature club, he attempts to write his own senryu despite his clear lack of talent. His slit, glaring eyes make him intimidating to many and made him a target for other delinquents. Always seen in a gakuran with a white hoodie underneath, he is caring towards Nanako, albeit being dense and gullible. Eiji is ranked second in terms of disconnect between their tough exterior and their club affiliation. Furthermore, Eiji adores his younger sister, Hanabi Busujima. Amane Katagiri Voiced by: Sayuri Yahagi The president of the Literature club, supportive of Nanako's attempts to woo Eiji, she loves to stalk the two in order to spy on their intimate moments. One of the highest ranking in academics within her year group, she works multiple part-time jobs, she is a well-accomplished novelist, though she keeps the fact hidden from both Nanako and Eiji. However and Eiji find out her secret. Koto Ōtsuki Voiced by: Rikako Aida Eiji's childhood friend, older by two years and attends the same high school as him.
President of the "Modern US army combative" club, she has a developed figure and a strong physique. Dotes on Eiji a lot and loves to tease him, as well as Nanako. While she seems to support Nanako and Eiji, she seems to have some feelings for Eiji herself. Coincidentally, Koto is ranked first in terms of disconnect between their tough exterior and their club affiliation. Kino Yakobe Voiced by: Misaki Kuno A shy high school student who prefers to communicate through her drawings. Like Nanako, she does not speak through verbal communication. Additionally, she gets nervous when interacting eye to eye, so she sketches out her face on her sketchpad and holds it up when communicating. Tao Hanakai Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka A gloomy and blunt high school girl famous for her accurate divinations as a fortune teller, she hides her identity as a fortune teller at school by parting her hair the opposite direction. She relies on her fortune telling for everything, she has never been wrong with her fortunes. Hanabi Busujima Voiced by: Suzuko Hara The younger sister of Eiji Busujima.
Eiji dotes on her as she young. She is seen a couple times throughout the series and says lines that are innocent to kids of her age, but makes things awkward for her brother and Nanako. Senryū Shōjo began as a manga series written and illustrated by Masakuni Igarashi, which began serialization in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine on October 19, 2016. Twelve tankōbon volumes of the manga have been published as of February 2020. On February 17, 2020, it was announced that the manga would end on June 17. An anime television series adaptation was announced on December 6, 2018; the series is animated by Connect, with Masato Jinbo directing and writing the series, Maki Hashimoto designing the characters. It aired from April 6 to June 22, 2019 on the Animeism programming block on MBS, TBS, BS-TBS. Sonoko Inoue performed the series' opening theme song "Kotonoha no Omoi", while Rikako Aida performed the series' ending theme song "Ordinary Love". Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series worldwide excluding Asia.
The anime adaptation generated over 100,000 copies for manga sales. The manga has over 600,000 copies sold in print. Senryū Shōjo on Kodansha Anime official website Senryu Girl at Anime News Network's encyclopedia