The 7. Cavalry Division received an tank company September 1942. It suffered very heavy losses in the fighting near Stalingrad and was disbanded. The surving elements were used to strengthen the other cavalry divisions.

Order of battle (May 1942)

HQ
- Staff
- Military Police Squadron
9. Calarasi Regiment
- 2 x Cavalry Battalion
-- 2 x Squadron
- Cavalry Signals Platoon
- Heavy Company
12. Rosiori Regiment
- 2 x Cavalry Battalion
-- 2 x Squadron
- Cavalry Signals Platoon
- Heavy Company
11. Rosiori Regiment
- Battalion
-- 2 x Cavalry Squadron
-- Signals Platoon (mot)
- Battalion (mot)
-- Squadron (mot)
-- Heavy Squadron (mot)
--- Anti-Tank Platoon
--- Mortar Platoon
- Signals Platoon (mot)
- Engineer Platoon (mot)
- Miltary Police Detachment (mot)
Reconnaissance Squadron
Anti-Tank & Flak Company
Heavy Support Troops
- Cavalry Mortar Squadron
- Cavalry Machine Gun Squadron
Engineer Company
Radio Company
5. Cavalry Artillery Regiment
- 2 x Battalion
-- 3 x Battery
-- Flak Battery
- Observation Platoon
- Signals Platoon
Support & Supply Units

Sources used

Dr Jeffrey T. Fowler - Axis Cavalry in World War II
George F. Nafziger - Rumanian Order of Battle in World War II

Reference material on this unit

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