|11th Tank Brigade*2||115||10*3||1||2||39||-||-||-|
|6th Tank Brigade*4||245||-||-||5||-||-||-||20|
|7th Armored Brigade||-||-||-||20||-||-||31||-|
|8th Armored Brigade||10||-||-||14||9||4||6||22|
|9th Armored Brigade||-||-||-||18||8||-||9||21*5|
|5th Rifle-Machine-Gun Brigade||-||-||-||11||5||-||16||15|
|82nd Rifle Division||-||14||14||2||-||-||-||-|
|149th Rifle Regiment/36th Rifle Division||-||-||-||10||8||3||-||-|
|24th Rifle Regiment/36th Rifle Division||-||-||-||-||3||1||-||-|
|175th Artillery Regiment /36th Rifle Division||-||-||-||2||-||-||-||-|
|406th Signals Battalion||-||-||-||9||8||1||-||2|
|GAZ-AA||ZIS-5, -6||GAZ-AA||ZIS-5, -6|
|11th Tank Brigade||204||212||110||64||19||121||23||18|
|6th Tank Brigade||51||292||85||30||18||176||13||23|
|7th Armored Brigade||51||56||43||10||13||18||1||1|
|8th Armored Brigade||66||70||48||42||12||14||5||9|
|9th Armored Brigade||34||97||72||21||17||34||1||8|
|5th Rifle-Machine-Gun Brigade||212||165||63||21||13||32||24||45|
|82nd Rifle Division (601st, 603rd Rifle Regiments)||404||168||21||11||36||3||28||-|
|149th Rifle Regiment/36th Rifle Division||136||37||13||6||1||11||-||-|
|24th Rifle Regiment/36th Rifle Division||152||20||17||5||3||13||-||1|
|175th Artillery Regiment /36th Rifle Division||40||54||12||7||1||14||-||-|
|406th Signals Battalion||16||6||33||6||1||3||-||-|
|Other units *6||477||256||369||176||91||158||45||128|
*1 - Only for the troops in the operational zone without back areas formations.
*2 - In the battle on the Western
riverside (July 03, 1939) 133 tanks took part (1st Battalion -44 BT-5, 2nd
Battalion - 28 BT-5, 3rd Battalion - 50 BT-5. Support Company - 10 KhT-26. Recon
company - 5 BT-5)
Mongolian armored battalions lost 8 armored cars
Between July, 23 - August 28 the 11th
tank brigade was reinforced by 155 BT-7 tanks.
*3 - KhT-26 (OT-26). Later in the same book Supply Company/11th Tank brigade was told to have 11 OT-26 (10 line tank+ 1 commander's)
*4 - Transferred to the combat zone in August. In the same book  on the beginning of August its equipment was found to be: 233 BT-7, 12 BT-7A, 9 KhT-26 (OT-26), 5 BA-20, 10 BA-10. Had 4 tank battalions without Rifle-Machine-gun battalion.
*5 - Including 12 BA-10 in Recon Company (On July 03).
*6 - Troops without hard weapons (Field
engineers, Air forces, Signals formations, Anti-Aircraft formations, 1st
Army Group Headquarters).
On July 01, the 8th Mongolian Motorised Armored Brigade had 18 armored cars. Some of them under repair.
Armored battalion of the 6th Mongolian Cavalry Division on May, 28 was equipped by 9 BA-6.
The 2nd and 3rd Battalions/175th Artillery Regiment/36th Rifle Division and the 3rd Battalion/185th Artillery Regiment equipment:
On July, 20 the 1st Army Group was reinforced by the 2nd Company/2nd Chemical Tank Brigade equipped with KhT-130 flame thrower tanks. Total number of flame thrower tanks at the beginning of August - 19 KhT-26 (OT-26) + 18 OT-130.
1591 - men,
4 - 76mm field guns M1902,
4 - 76mm regimental guns M1927,
6 - 45mm AT guns M1932,
24 - 7.62mm "Maxim" heavy machine-guns,
44 - "DP" light machine-guns,
9 - Medium Armored Cars (BA-6, BA-10),
9 - Light Armored Cars (FAI, BA-20),
18 - ZIS-5 trucks,
4 - GAZ-AA trucks,
6 - GAZ-AA trucks mounted with "Maxim" AA MGs,
1 - water-oil refueller ZIS-5,
1 - Tank-truck ZIS-6,
2 Medicine buses,
1 Radio "11AK",
24 (machine-gun?) carts ("Tachanka"),
13 two-wheeled carts,
It should be noted that not all the formations were totally equipped. Some ones had lack of artillery, armored cars. In the others there were lack of men.