How was mongol army organized?
The Mongol Army was organized into small and disciplined units that gave unrelenting loyalty to their superior officers and were highly disciplined. The majority of the Mongol army fought on horseback and in battle they were divided into individual groups, called Zuun which fought independently. This meant that the army could move far more quickly and efficiently than other armies in battle and used this to their advantage.
Each Mongol soldier would have at least three horses, and would swap between them while marching in order to not exhaust them. Mongol armies were also much faster at marching than traditional armies as they did not have to stop to find food and could travel up to 100 miles in a day, a distance that was unheard of in those times.