Another example was the SS Armored Division 'Das Reich' which on June 6, 1944 was in the south of France on R&R after being mauled in Russia. They were at their rated manpower, 19,500 troops (SS armored units were the largest German formation of the war). Of these, app, 15,500 were in France and the rest in Germany, mostly on permanent duty. Of the 15,500 app. 9,000 were 17-18 years old, had been in uniform less than three months and had never been in combat.
They were authorized to have 220 Panzer Mk. IVs in inventory, but actually had 77. All of these had seen service in Russia. By the time they reached Normandy the French Resistance destroyed 5 of these. Allied air attacks while they were in transit destroyed none. Other combat vehicles were in similar supply. They were authorized to have 2,000,000 rounds of ammunition for small arms (handguns, submachine guns, carbines, rifles, infantry machine guns (excludes vehicle mounted, a different supply chain)). They actually had 150,000 rounds. While designated a Division, they were really less than a Regiment.