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Infantry Regiment

Infantrymen are land based soldiers who are specifically trained for the role of fighting on foot to engage the enemy face to face and have historically borne the brunt of the casualties of combat in wars.

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Members of the 326th Infantry Regiment attacking German trenches, Choloy.
In my office HQ of The 2nd Infantry Battalion the 9th infantry regiment
1863: US Civil War - the 54th Massachusetts Infantry, the most famous black regiment of the war, left Boston for combat in the South.
Haaa look at me being all philosophical and stuff, well too much time spent in an infantry regiment has a lot of effects.
On today 1950 Black troops of the 24 Infantry Regiment recaptured Yechon after a 16 hour battle, (cont)
On 7.21.50, the all-black 24th Infantry Regiment battled 16 hrs for the 1st US win in the Korean War.
Soldiers of the 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division in the field.
Photo: Infantrymen of the 27th Infantry Regiment, near Heartbreak Ridge, take advantage of cover and...
Weirton Daily Times Ready ... fire! - At the command to fire, members of the 27th Regiment, Virginia Infantry, Com...
=2 The 5th Infantry Regiment, infantry regiment of the United States Army that traces its origins to 1808.
I think it would be with a infantry regiment. I'm going to hit him back.
Remembering the bravery and gallantry of the infantry regiment, on July 18, 1863:
July 20, 1950: the 1st victory is won in Korea by Black troops in the 24th Infantry Regiment.
July 20, 1950: First US Victory in Korea is won by African American troops in the 24th Infantry Regiment.
07/20/1950: Korean War; US 24th Infantry Regiment was beaten in their ill-fated counterattack at Yechon.
First U.S. victory in Korea won by Black troops of the 24th Infantry Regiment (1950)
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The Chaplain–Medic massacre was a war crime that took place in the Korean War on July 16, 1950, on a mountain above the village of Tunam, South Korea. Operating at the Kum River during the Battle of Taejon, troops of the US Army's 19th Infantry Regiment were cut off from resupply by a roadblock established by North Korean troops of the NK 3rd Division. The roadblock proved difficult to break, and forced US troops to move through nearby mountains to evacuate their wounded. Thirty unarmed and critically wounded US troops were stranded at the top of a mountain along with a chaplain (Herman G. Felhoelter) and a medic. They were discovered by a North Korean patrol. Though the medic was able to escape, the North Koreans executed Felhoelter as he prayed over the wounded, then killed the rest of them. The massacre was one of several incidents that led US commanders to establish a commission in July to look into war crimes during the war. The same month, the North Korean commanders, concerned about the way thei ...
Camp Orton Located in Santa Rosa, Camp Orton was a temporary "summer camp" location for the California National Guard that operated during July of 1890. Only the 1st Infantry Regiment's Companies C and G from San Francisco have been identified as being at this camp. The camp was named for the then Adjutant General of California, Brigadier General Richard H. Orton.
He was born on 1 Apr 1967. He was enlisted in the Army on 10 December 1984. He was serving in Northern Light Infantry Regiment when skirmishes broke out in Kargil in 1999. Havildar Lalak Jan of the Northern Light Infantry Regiment fought from the forefront to thwart heavy Indian attacks. He volunteered himself to be deployed on the front positions located at the jagged peak in May 1999. Havildar Lalak Jan repulsed back many aggressive ventures by the enemy and imposed colossal losses on them. On 7 July 1999, Havildar Lalak Jan sustained serious injuries as enemies pounded the area with heavy mortar shells. But despite being injured, he retained his position and frustrated the Indian assault. Due to severe injuries he embraced martyrdom.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of chatting online to Ralf Wiepcke, He was telling me the story of his Great Grandfather Karl Wiepcke. Karl was born in 1882 in Sande, Today, Hamburg-Bergedorf. He was married and had five children, one child Ralf's grandpa. In world war 2 he lost two of his sons to the fighting. Karl was a Füsellier in the 3rd Guards Infantry Division, in the Lehr Infantry Regiment. On the 7th July 1916 defended the town of Contalmaison against the attacking British forces. Karl was listed as missing on the 7th July and has no known Grave. The Germans held out at Contalmaison until it was taken on the 10th July by The 8th/9th Green Howards. Thank you Ralf for sending me this photo and for telling me the story of your Great Grandfather Karl on the Somme.
British Infantry regiment Lancashire Fusiliers in a communication trench during the "Battle of the Somme" in 1916.
US Army (255th Infantry Regiment - WWII) Anthony Dominick "Tony" Benedetto - Thank You for your service to our country!!!
no, just my tab. I'm not in Regiment. Just a regular ole light infantry unit
Regiment of Fencible Infantry firing & artillery
not dead, currently playing a member of the 18th regiment Alabama Infantry at the battle of Nashville. Duh.
"The Third Battalion Mississippi Infantry and the 45th Mississippi Regiment: A Civil War History"by David Williamson
Versus Ranger Regiment, where if you’re going to be an infantry guy you’re already infantry qualified.
An American medic of the 133rd Infantry Regiment carrying a wounded German in Sant'Angelo d'Alife, Italy
Jammu-Kashmir light infantry regiment (Rocky and Mayur show): Jai Hind: Significance of the Indian Army's...
Change regiment and go infantry or civvi street...hmm💭💭
10 July 1865 David Baird Chatfield mustered out of the 37th Infantry Regiment
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Leah G. King (1827-1884) was another daughter of John King and Eliza Jane McCarson. (John was a son of Samuel Sr.'s first son, Joseph. He was a brother of Hiram.) Leah G. King (likely named for her father's sister) married Presley Benjamin Lawrence in 1850. Presley served in Company G, North Carolina 56th Infantry Regiment in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. Before 1870, like so many others in our King family, Presley B. Lawrence and Leah G. King migrated from the mountains of Western North Carolina to Collin Co. Texas. They had 9 children. These photos and the beautiful obituary were recently added to the ancestry .com tree, Smith Parkhill Litton Cooper Family Tree by BevSmithWigley.
Today in New Jersey military history:. July 11, 1865: The Second New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment, the last...
Today in NJ history: 7/11/1865: The 2nd NJ Infantry, last remaining regiment of the 1st NJ Brigade, was mustered out of service. .
Flag of the 8th Regiment Alabama Infantry, Confederate States of America
The Armys 65th Infantry Regiment was a segregated military unit, begun in 1899 and composed of Puerto Ricans
Great! mere mamaji is in Infantry .DOGRA REGIMENT!!
Duty uh duty, right after watching world cup (@ 4th Bn. Singapore Infantry Regiment (4 SIR))
Will Smith is adapting Harlem Hellfighters. WWI is coming to the big screen!
Home of the 4th Bn 9th Infantry Regiment...Manchus..9th Infantry Association..In Country pictures from vets who served with the Manchus in Vietnam 1966-1970 in and around Cu Chi and Tay Ninh
CITY RETROFITS FORECLOSED HOMES TO HELP WOUNDED VETERANS Volunteers Needed to Complete City’s First Home for Wounded Army Sergeant (Palm Bay)—A wounded Army sergeant who lost both legs below the knee during a 2013 tour of duty in Afghanistan will be the recipient of Palm Bay’s first home in the city’s “Homes for Warriors” program, a project by the city’s Housing and Neighborhood Development Services (HANDS) in partnership with the Space Coast Paratroopers Association, a non-profit group that helps local veterans. The city purchased the home through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) which uses federal grant funds to purchase foreclosed homes, refurbish them and find new owners. Through Operation “Homes for Warriors”, additional homes will be purchased, renovated and given to wounded veterans identified through the Space Coast Paratroopers Association. Sgt. Justin Burdette, his wife Beth and 4-year-old son, Corey will be the first recipients and are scheduled to take possessio . ...
The Battle for Hunger Hill: The 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment at the Joint ...
On this day, lost but never forgotten. James Allen Johnson was born on March 27, 1946. His home of record is Jersey City, NJ. Johnson served in the US Army and attained the rank of Corporal (CPL). He served with the 39th Infantry, Scout Dog Platoon, and 173rd Airborne Brigade. Johnson was a Dog Handler. Kelly was his canine partner. To see a Memorial Page (pdf format) about James Johnson created by Jim Sheppard, historian of the 50th Infantry Regiment, please click here. Johnson was killed in action on July 1, 1969. Sources: Jim Sheppard (historian) and NJVVMF.
*Rodney mentioned. One of the most interesting battles involving black soldiers in Mississippi was the battle of Coleman’s Plantation in Jefferson County on July 4, 1864. This is one of the first times, and may be the first time, that white Mississippians fought black Mississippians. A Union force of 2,000 men, including the 48th and 52nd United States Colored Infantry, took part in a raid to Jefferson County to tie down all of the Confederate forces in the area and prevent them from being used against a Union raiding force that was advancing on Jackson at the same time. On July 4th , a Confederate force of 400 men led by Colonel Robert C. Wood Jr. attacked the Union raiders near Coleman’s Plantation, and the fighting raged all day long. Late in the afternoon the Confederate attack was finally smashed in a cornfield near the Rodney Road. The two black regiments played a vital part in repulsing this attack, and as the Rebels retreated, one of the black regiments advanced with the cry, “Fort Pillo ...
Today in New Jersey history -- another big day in Jersey! July 2, 1776: New Jersey’s Provincial Congress adopted the state’s first constitution. William Livingston was chosen as the first governor under the new statute, which was the only one of the original state constitutions granting the right of suffrage to women, providing they were property owners. July 2. 1863: At the battle of Gettysburg, the Newark boys of New Jersey’s Artillery Battery B, deployed near the Peach Orchard, fired 1,342 rounds, more than any other Union artillery battery in the Civil War fired in a single day—and Battery B’s day started at 2:00 p.m. As the Union Third Army Corps retreated, Battery B successfully disengaged from advancing Rebels and managed to withdraw all six of its guns to Cemetery Ridge. New Jersey's 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 11th Infantry regiments were also involved in heavy action that day, from Plum Run through the Wheatfield to the north of the Peach Orchard, with the 11th staging an epic fighting with ...
82nd Airborne Division Paratrooper dies in motorcycle accident Fort Bragg, N.C. — An 82nd Airborne Division Paratrooper died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident at the intersection of Elliot Bridge Road and Will Lucas Road near Spring Lake on Saturday. Sgt. Tyler Wayne Humphreys, 23, of Houston, Texas, was an infantryman with 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Abn. Div. “Sgt. Tyler Humpreys was a dedicated Paratrooper and leader who will be sorely missed by everyone in the battalion,” said Lt. Col. Bradley L. Boyd, commander, 2nd Bn., 325th AIR. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his Family and friends during this difficult time.” Humphreys joined the Army in July 2009 and completed Infantry One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Georgia in November 2009. Following training, he reported to the 82nd Abn. Div. and was assigned to 2nd BCT in August 2010. He deployed to Haiti from January to March 2010 in support of Operation Unified Respo ...
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Company B, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment took time out of their training this afternoon to celebrate the battalion's 176th birthday. (US Army Photos by 1LT Robert Pedrigi, platoon leader, Co. B, 1st Bn., 8th Inf. Regt., 3rd ABCT, 4th ID). Happy Birthday to the 1st Battalion 8th Infantry Regiment! Our battalion was organized 1 July, 1838 as a detachment of recruits in Detroit, Michigan; in the 176 years since that date, 1-8IN has been recognized with 48 battle streamers and is one of the most decorated formations in the United States Army. How appropriate for us to celebrate this occasion with our Soldiers honing their warfighting skills all across Fort Carson. Every platoon and section from every company in this battalion has seen enormous growth and success over the recent weeks of field training. Our Forward Support Company, Workhorse, has spread itself across the entire battalion FC-DATE battle space. Innovation, tireless work ethic, and unmatched skill have been on constant display. The Uni ...
Official Report of the 105th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment in the Gettysburg Campaign
Soldier’s Camera and Photos from Battle of The Bulge Found in Foxhole 70 Years Later The Battle of the Bulge is known as one of the most deadly and influential battles of WWII. Taking place over the course of five weeks, this surprise attack by the Germans caught allied forces off-guard, causing massive casualties, especially among U.S. Troops. Among the 89,000 casualties was a soldier named Louis J. Archambeau, a Chicago native who left behind an interesting surprise in a foxhole he had been taking refuge in during the cold weather and rough artillery fire. Part of the Company C, 1st Battalion, 317th Infantry Regiment, Archambeau was an infantry rifleman. And even though he wasn’t part of the first infantry regiment on the scene, the 317th still managed to find their way into the thick of the battle. Backing up other allied forces, Archambeau’s regiment eventually took a break to attempt to get some rest and rations. It was during this brief downtime in the foxholes of the frozen ground that Archam ...
As we gather with our friends and family to celebrate Canada Day, Newfoundland and Labrador begins the day with memorial services in honour of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. July 1st, 1916, the RNR was order to forward across a field at Beaumont-Hamel and assault a trench line held by the German’s 119th Infantry Regiment. Of the 780 men who advanced forward from St. John's Road Support Trench only 68 reported for roll call the following morning. 110 men survived the attack. Major-General Sir Beauvoir De Lisle said; “It was a magnificent display of trained and disciplined valour, and its assault only failed of success because dead men can advance no further.” Take a moment today to remember these brave men, for our freedoms have been gained and maintained on the backs of these men and other men and women like them.
Today in 1861: The 26th Virginia Infantry Regiment is redesignated the 16th Virginia Infantry Regiment.
75 years ago today… July 1, 1939 There are now two months left until war comes to Europe. In a note given from M. Georges Bonnet, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, to Count von Welczeck, German Ambassador to France, The French government warned Germany that France fully intended to honor her promises to Poland. The Reich demands that the world admit Danzig belongs to Germany. Britain sees no immediate German coup in Poland. The Cabinet will determine Polish aid to resist a “peaceful” Danzig seizure. The Reich will hold Czech teachers responsible for anti-German acts of students. The Reichsbank president Walther Funk warns the Reich against gloom; the war of nerves is telling in German businessmen. Germans scoff at the British warning, saying London will not protect Danzig. Spitfire L1007 is tested with two 20mm Hispano cannon. The drum feed system (60 rounds) is highly unreliable. Jewish cafes in Jerusalem are under curfew. One Arab is killed, and 11 injured by a bomb. National Academy of Science ...
Today's interesting story about my grandfather, Webber Davis, whose passing this week represents the passing of a generation: Webber joined the US Army at 17 at Fort Thomas, Ky. When he joined, the army was still very much a horse, mule, and foot army. He was part of the 10th Infantry Regiment (the same unit I served in when I went through my basic training 58 years later). The unit would march from Fort Thomas to Fort Knox every year for field training, moving all gear with horses and mules. He rejoined the Army at the outbreak of WWII and was assigned to the Army Air Corp. I find it interesting that he went from an army of horses and mules his first enlistment to one of airplanes just a few years later. It's amazing how WWII changed everything! His unit (during his second enlistment) was deployed to the Pacific but before shipping out from California, he got sick and had to miss his unit's shipping out. The unit he was supposed to ship with ended up being captured in the Phillipines and was par ...
lndian Army our pride, we respect very much,i born in state of Maharashtra,and Maratha light infantry,Mahar Regiment is our pride,
As they breasted the skyline behind the British first line, they were effectively the only troops moving on the battlefield and were subjected to the full wrath of the 119th (Reserve) Infantry Regiment manning the positions ahead and the German artillery.
How's your day going? This morning, even us back in London would have heard the opening artillery barrages over on the Somme in France. Some people in Forest Gate wrote to the Stratford Express saying they actually thought it was a German invasion, the noise of the explosions was that loud... Fortunately, the West Ham Battalion weren't involved in the July 1st attacks along the Somme Front - the worst day in the history of the British Army with just over 19,000 of the Commonwealth's finest men killed by lunchtime... Dont even ask how many men were simply 'wounded' ... Today, The Hammers were in the Vimy Sector, preparing for their first trench raid, due to take place this evening against the German 162nd Infantry Regiment. The sixty 'Other Rank' raiders and four Officers enjoyed a last meal together and it was quite a feast by the standards of the Front! Sandwiches, cakes, cigars and liqueurs. It had been organised by Tom Brind, a Thames Lighterman for over forty years, a widower who lived in Canning Town ...
The 17th Infantry Regiment is a United States Armyinfantry regiment. An earlier regiment designated the 17th Infantry Regiment was organized on January 11, 1812, but was consolidated with four other regiments as the 3rd Infantry in the post-war reorganization of the army following the War of 1812, d…
"I cherish the memories of a question my grandson asked me the other day when he said, 'Grandpa, were you a hero in the war?' Grandpa said 'No... but I served in a company of heroes.'" - Mike Ranney Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment
Photo: peashooter85: Soldiers of the 369th Infantry Regiment (Harlem Hellfighters) after returning from...
Photoset: nprbooks: The 369th Infantry Regiment — the legendary Harlem Hellfighters — was the first...
Proud graduate from the 3rd battalion 60th infantry regiment in fort Jackson .
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Aditya briefing Vierville Draw and actions of 116th Infantry Regiment, 29ID. Photo via - video soon
Want to be inspired? Read about the United States 369th infantry regiment during World War One.
Today at 1720hrs the remains of Corporal Cletus Lies will return to ND. Please to a moment to remember this soldier. July 3, 2014 Soldier Missing From Korean War Accounted For The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing from the Korean War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors. Army Cpl. Cletus R. Lies, 26, of Bremen, N.D., will be buried July 3, in New Rockford, N.D. In late 1950, Lies was assigned to the Medical Company, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 31st Regimental Combat Team (RCT), east of the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea. On Nov. 29, 1950, the 31st RCT, known historically as Task Force Faith, began a fighting withdrawal to a more defensible position. Following the battle, Lies was declared killed in action. Between 1991 and 1994, North Korea turned over to the U.S. 208 boxes of human remains believed to contain 350 - 400 U.S. servicemen who fought during the war. Nort ...
Sikh Light Infantry - An elite Regiment of the Indian Army
My great-great Grandpa, Harlow Milton "Curly" Waller, was a part of the 12 regiment infantry Co. D from Wiscon...
Flag of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, inside the museum at Fort Campbell.
.Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry regiment turns 100. Check out our coverage
1858 ::Sikh Officers of British15th Punjab Infantry regiment,shortly after Indian Mutiny
6-29-1916: The 369th Infantry Regiment--the "Harlem Hellfighters"-- was organized in NYC. First Af-Am. regiment part of the AEF in WW 1.
- D-Day Survivor: An Autobiography - - A member of the 116th Infantry Regiment of the 29th Infantry Division, ve...
Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Dacanay, who was deployed with the 1-294th Infantry Regiment, Task Force Guam, came home...
GALLERY | The scene when the The 69th Signal Battalion and Dragon Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment...
Photoset: rift-in-the-warp: models of my 95th Nippon Infantry Imperial Guard regiment. These are absolutely...
Emile George Horsch- Soldier 1st Class: 110th Infantry Regiment from the 8th Infantry Regiment.
Kurt Reviews the Mighty First: The Saga of the 1st Infantry Battalion, 83rd combat Regiment, United Earth Marine...
Just found the lapel button wore is the Distinctive Unit Insignia for the 369th Infantry Regiment
Filming in Normandy 2014. Veteran being interviewed is Hal Baumgarten of the 116th Regiment of the 29th Infantry.
Sgt. Heath Cline, an indirect fire infantryman in the 1st Battalion 28th Infantry Regiment "Black Lions", is set...
Members of the 1st Battalion of the 296th Infantry Regiment took part of a joint exercise with Citizen-Soldiers...
Good afternoon Foxtrot 1-13 family and friends:. Welcome to the 1st Battalion, 13th Infantry Regiment! . Your...
Note: The US Marine Corps trains each and every one of its recruits to be a rifleman and automatic weapons expert. No matter if they are a cooks helper, typist, runner or so on, they all can fight like a grunt. On Nov. 15, 2003, an 85-year-old retired Marine Corps Colonel died of congestive heart failure at his home in La Quinta, Calif., southeast of Palm Springs. He was a combat veteran of World War II. Reason enough to honor him. But this Marine was a little different. This Marine was Mitchell Paige. It's hard today to envision or, for the dwindling few, to remember – what the world looked like on 26 Oct 1942. The U.S. Navy was not the most powerful fighting force in the Pacific. Not by a long shot. So the Navy basically dumped a few thousand Marines on the beach. As Platoon Sgt. Mitchell Paige and his 33 riflemen set about carefully emplacing their four water-cooled ..30-caliber Browning machine guns, manning their section of the thin khaki line which was expected to defend Henderson Field against .. ...
My ancestor, George Urie Howell, and the men with whom he fought alongside at Shiloh, will finally be memorialized. Mr. Kimble Johnson with the Mississippi Veterans Monument Commission traveled from Columbus, MS, to the Civil War Relic Show in Brandon I'm at to share these photos and emailed the following- "Thought I'd provide you with some pictures (attached) showing you what the Mississippi Monument at Shiloh will look like. This email goes out to all who have been involved in,or are interested in this project. At the time the pictures were taken,the sculptor had yet to add a few details to the maquette,such as the lock plates,hammers,and sights to the Enfield rifles. I apologize for the poor quality of the pictures and I hope to have some better ones available in a month or so,but I think you can tell that this will be a very nice monument and a fitting tribute to the Mississippi troops who fought at Shiloh. As you probably know,Mississippi is the only state that had a significant number of troops enga ...
Soldiers with the Texas Army National Guard 1st Battalion (Airborne), 143rd Infantry Regiment parachute onto the...
Today in 1944 - Infantry regiment faces strong Germans resistance in the area of the
Sgt. 1st Class Tanner M. Welch, Sergeant of the Guard, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), participated in his last walk and conducted a rose laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, June 19, 2014.
Another Brick in the Wall. The History of Compulsory Schooling & its Purpose as a System of Indoctrination Excerpt; While Prussia was undergoing its "education" reforms, much of the U.S. was under the Lancaster system, a system derived from the Hindu caste,[17] which was yet another form of hierarchy in which the smaller "upper" class rules over the much larger "lower" class. Although this produced favorable results for the globalists, it didn't take too long for the more efficient Prussian system to spark interest in the States and, more specifically, America's powerful industrialists. Interest in adopting Prussian methods was triggered by a series of favorable reports regarding the German kingdom's school system. Most notable of these perhaps, is that of the Secretary of Education in Massachusetts, Horace Mann in 1844. As a result, Massachusetts would become the first school to make compulsory attendance of school into law (which it eventually enforced through the threat of imprisonment of truant child ...
This week in the 105th Illinois Infantry Regiment during the Civil War, I offer the story of Dewitt C. Green, who lived and farmed in Genoa, Illinois, and enlisted at 24 years old. He was made a corporal and, later, a sergeant, in Company A of the 105th Illinois. Green recalled that day at Pine Mountain, Georgia, on June 16, 1864. He said, “We had been for forty days constantly under fire and had grown a little careless of rebel bullets. Suddenly, while I was at work there came a burning, benumbing sensation and my whole left side seemed paralyzed. I knew that I was shot, but I did not know where. Gen. Dustin, Col. Dutton, and Maj. Brown all stood near and saw me. They said it whirled me around and I fell, but I have no recollection of that. They say, too, that the bullet went clear through me and they saw it strike the ground behind me.” At the time, his wound was considered fatal. He explained, “They took me back to the Division Hospital a half mile away. It was a big tent and full of wounded for ...
1st battalion 13th Infantry Regiment. They deleted or pics tho. They just got a new Diablo squad lol
Anyone that wold like to write to Samuel Levi Pettit his address is: PVT Samuel L Pettit Charlie Company 2-10 Infantry Regiment Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473 He may not have time to write back but your letters will be a huge encouragement to him.
When Major Richard Winters was asked by his grandchild if he was a hero in WWII, he responded, "No, but I fought in the company of heroes." Major Winters fought with "Easy Company"of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division that jumped in behind German lines the night before D-Day. In addition they fought in "Operation Market Garden," "Battle of the Bulge," and others. Major Winters was a Second Lieutenant on D-Day who was awarded the "Medal of Honor" for his bravery on "D-Day," and in less than a year of combat in Europe was promoted to Major! And his response was that he was not a hero! Thank to the men and women who fought and died for the liberation of Europe, and the safety of our country!
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On Thursday June 19, 2014 the Borinqueneers MC- CT Chapter went out to help Channel 30 NBC CT reach their goal of 115 for the American Red Cross Blood drive- Not only did "WE" help them they surpassed their intended goal. Shirley Chan Also interviewed the BMC and made mention of President Obamas signing of the bill for the Congressional Gold Medal that will be given to the 65th Infantry Regiment Veterans. Venga Lo Que Venga!
This is one of those Paul Harvey "the rest of the story" kind of things. ~~ This headline did not make much news, “Van T. Barfoot passed away at the age of 92 on 2 March 2012." But he was the guy you may remember who wouldn't take the flag pole down on his Virginia property a while back? Stories about a crotchety old man in Virginia who defied his local Homeowners Association, and refused to take down the flag pole on his property along with the large American flag he flew on it. But read on and you will discover why that old man was so defiant about his flag, and you will see it was not in his nature to back down. And now for "The rest of the story." Barfoot was born on June 15, 1919, in Edinburg, Mississippi. His grandmother was Choctaw, but Barfoot himself was not an official member of the Choctaw Nation; although he was eligible, his parents had never enrolled him. After enlisting in the Army from Carthage, Mississippi, in 1940 and completing his training, Barfoot served with the 1st Infantry Div .. ...
From battles pre-dating the Alamo to today’s war on terror abroad, the 3rd Battalion, 141st Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division, Texas Army National Guard’s story is rich with history and colored with the hard work and sacrifice of its Soldiers - a combat force ready to respond to the needs of…
Today we remember PFC Joshua L. Jetton, Company B, 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment (The Wolfhounds) who was killed in action in Kunar Province, Afghanistan on 20 June, 2011. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends and the members of his unit.
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Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment spend some time with Sengalese Soldiers before the start of...
Army Pvt. Aaron S. Toppen Died June 9, 2014 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom 19, of Mokena, Ill., died June 9 in Gaza Village, Afghanistan, of wounds caused by aircraft friendly fire. He was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo. DoD identifies soldiers killed in reported friendly fire incident Staff and wire reports The Defense Department late Saturday officially announced the names of five soldiers killed in combat June 9 while deployed to Gaza Village, Afghanistan. DoD officials have said friendly fire is suspected and an investigation is underway. The New York Times and Fox News both cited sources that the strike came from an Air Force B-1 bomber. Media reports and family members already identified four of the soldiers, but the Pentagon has confirmed the name of the fifth soldier: Staff Sgt. Jason A. McDonald, 28, of Butler, Georgia. McDonald was assigned to 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group, out of ...
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110th artillery was the regiment my friend who landed on d-day was in. (29th Infantry) So he could have landed 1st or 2nd wave...
1st Bn, 184th Infantry Regiment, storming the or village during AT
think not. Historical not derogatory. Named for infantry regiment that was named after a person, Blackhawk.
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Happy Throwback Thursday: Today we recognize the Soldiers from the 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry...
The 11th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Company A " Averill's Rifles" will be on ...
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Soldiers of the 65th Infantry Regiment known as the Borinqueneers, marched with Acacia Network and later met up...
June 6, 1944: US Army 8th Infantry Regiment on Utah Beach after coming ashore in front of a concrete wall.
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12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment on Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg, near the Brian Farm. From our...
From the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment to the 10th Calvary
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2nd Battalion 39th Infantry Regiment Charlie Company. I love my soldier! Missed this kid!…
Anyone who has seen Band of Brothers knows the motto of the 506th Infantry Regiment, a unit of the 101st Airborne...
Infantry of 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment file past a knocked out German Panther tank on a road near...
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2 battalion 13th infantry regiment... that's all I'm seeing but I mean wow still in awe
A2: Bring in veterans! When I brought in members of 442nd Infantry Regiment from WW2, Japanese-American vets, one of the best days.
Wonder what my great-uncle Albert, one of the Iron Men of Metz (378th Infantry Regiment, 95th Division), would think of B…
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Para Gear would like to thank WWII Veteran Albert Mampre and his daughter Virginia Mampre for stopping by today. Albert was with E Company, 506th Infantry Regiment and 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He jumped into Holland just outside Eindhoven and made his made to the Battle of the Bulge and ended at Berchtesgaden. For those who watch the series Band of Brothers, this would have been included in episodes 45 and 9. Thanks for your service Albert!
This week's Medal of Honor profile: Master Sergeant Stanley T. Adams - U.S. Army - Company A, 19th Infantry Regiment - Korea - 4 February 1951 Master Sergeant Adams, Company A, distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action against an enemy. At approximately 0100 hours, M/Sgt. Adams' platoon, holding an outpost some 200 yards ahead of his company, came under a determined attack by an estimated 250 enemy troops. Intense small-arms, machine gun, and mortar fire from 3 sides pressed the platoon back against the main line of resistance. Observing approximately 150 hostile troops silhouetted against the skyline advancing against his platoon, M/Sgt. Adams leaped to his feet, urged his men to fix bayonets, and he, with 13 members of his platoon, charged this hostile force with indomitable courage. Within 50 yards of the enemy M/Sgt. Adams was knocked to the ground when pierced in the leg by an enemy bullet. He jumped to his feet and, ignoring his wound, ...
The team championship trophy was presented to the 3-Geronimo Team members of 3rd Battalion, 509th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division for a total of 181 team points for the tournament with five of their team members placing first in their perspective weight classes at Buckner Physical Fitness Center on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska May 22, 2014. The two-day tournament saw more than 87 fighters compete in 8 weight classes.
Col. (Ret) Ramon Padilla, a Korean War veteran, visited Korea with his friend Col. (Ret) Benjamin Buckley, who had served at I Corps ROK/US Group in Uijongbu, Jun 4-10. Among many of the place they visited was Hill 296, the site of one of the bloodiest battles in the Korean War in which Col. Padilla played an instrumental role in defending it against the Communist forces. They also attended the Eighth Army Birthday Ball and visited the Seoul National Cemetery, War Memorial Center, Joint Security Area, and Camp Red Cloud. Col. Padilla was born on September 1, 1931 in Los Angeles, California. He enlisted in the US Army in 1949 and joined Company L, 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division as a rifleman in the Pusan Perimeter in August 1950. In the Battle of Hill 296, Col. Padilla and the Soldiers of Company L were driven off several times off the hill, but eventually recaptured and held the hill.
The Mission Essential Fitness competition ended this afternoon and the 1st Battalion 28th Infantry Regiment "Black Lions" walked away with first-place honors! Throughout Victory Week, top finishes in sporting events like Mission Essential Fitness, softball, water polo, weightlifting and combatives earn battalions points. The battalion with the highest number of points will walk away Friday with the coveted Victory Cup. Last year's Victory Cup winners? The Soldiers of 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment "Rangers". To see more Victory Week videos throughout the week, visit www.youtube.com/1idbigredone. (Video by Staff Sgt. Donnie Martin, 1st Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office)
Today President Obama awarded Congressional Gold Medal to 65th Infantry Regiment, the Borinqueneers
BY HILDA MUÑOZ, hmunozThe Hartford Courant 7:32 p.m. EDT, June 10, 2014 President Barack Obama signed a bill Tuesday honoring the 65th Infantry Regiment, a unit of soldiers largely from Puerto Rico known as Los Borinqueneers with the Congressional Gold Medal. Retired Staff Sergeants Celestino Cordova and Joe Pickard, two veterans from Connecticut, were among dozens of Borinqueneers from all over the country who traveled to Washington, D.C. for the bill signing. "The guys are very happy and it's history in the making," said Retired Sgt. First Class Carmelo Figueroa, president of the Hispanic-American Veterans of Connecticut "It was a hugely joyous and powerfully moving moment for all of us," said Sen. Richard Blumenthal. Purchase your Officially Licensed UConn National Championship Gear HERE! Blumenthal and Sen. Chris Murphy, among others, have advocated for the past year for legislative approval of the gold medal for the unit. The measure was approved last month by the U.S. House and the Senate. Blumenth ...
Paratroopers with the Scout Platoon, 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, recently participated in Krav Maga martial art and self-defense system training June 5, 2014, here with the Latvian Army.
A new bill passed by Congress would award Puerto Rico's 65th Infantry Regiment the Congressional Gold Medal, which has been presented to the Navajo Code Talkers, Tuskegee Airmen and other units.
"Bugout Boogie" This tune was played on Armed Forces Radio throughout Asia, among other places. Of course it was inevitable that in the back-and-forth fighting in Korea in 1950 that some wag would take this tune and write lyrics that would, in time, come to be the unofficial anthem of the war -- The Bugout Boogie. The Army was so sensitive about the subject that it was officially forbidden and you could lose your stripes for singing it in front of the wrong officer. The song was alleged to have been originally sung by the black soldiers of the 24th Infantry Regiment, and some versions of the song include the line: "When them Chinese mortars begins to thud, the Old Deuce-Four begin to bug." Perhaps, but the fact of the matter was that the song was sung in just about every Army unit in Korea, often with a sister unit's name inserted. For example, this is the version sung by some members of the 2nd Infantry Division which makes fun of the 1st Cavalry Division. Hear the patter of running feet It's the old Fir ...
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This Tuesday Obama signs into law Congressional Gold Medal for Puerto Rican 65th Infantry Regiment, the Borinqueneers
The 65th Infantry Regiment, nicknamed "The Borinqueneers" [1] from the original Taíno name of the island (Borinquen), is a Puerto Rican regiment of the United States Army. The regiments motto is Honor et Fidelitas, Latin for Honor and Fidelity. The 65th Infantry Regiment participated in World War I,…
or rather 'Part of the 53rd Welsh Infantry division in the 2nd Monmouthshire regiment'. If that makes more sense?
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'in the Monmouthshire regiment, part of the 53rd Welsh infantry division' is how he described his role.
The first regiment in the U.S. Army to make a charge with fixed bayonets was the 175th Infantry Regiment then called the Fifth Maryland.
The 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) is fired up for this Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Joint...
Soon we'll b told guy in picture is in fact soldier, right? From Queen's Guards, 21st Infantry Regiment. Ching!
Wishing the best of luck to the Soldiers of the 16th Infantry Regiment competing for this year's Victory Cup.
12th Infantry Regiment troops on patrol
Medal of Honor Citations for Actions Taken This Day GRAY, JOHN Rank and organization: Private, Company B, 5th Ohio Infantry. Place and date: At Port Republic, Va., 9 June 1862. Entered service at: Hamilton County, Ohio. Birth: Scotland. Date of issue: 14 March 1864. Citation: Mounted an artillery horse of the enemy and captured a brass 6-pound piece in the face of the enemy’s fire and brought it to the rear. HARDING, THOMAS Rank and organization: Captain of the Forecastle, U.S. Navy. Born: 1837, Middletown, Conn. Accredited to: Connecticut. G.O. No.: 45, 31 December 1864. Citation: Served as captain of the forecastle on board the U.S.S. Dacotah on the occasion of the destruction of the blockade runner Pevensey, near Beauford, N.C., 9 June 1864. “Learning that one of the officers in the boat, which was in danger of being, and subsequently was, swamped, could not swim, Harding remarked to him: ‘If we are swamped, sir, I shall carry you to the beach or I will never go there myself.’ He did not succee ...
Demolition Section of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division
Veterans from The Light Infantry and the Rifles attended the regiment’s annual reunion parade at Copthorne Barracks.
A strong rumour says. When we go, we shall go to Serbia. because we are the youngest and most active. Infantry regiment in the British Army
New colours!. The ceremony for the presentation of colours to the 58th Infantry (Essendon Rifles) Regiment, at...
Guam Guard welcomes new commander for infantry regiment
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A Tribute to the 65th Infantry Regiment Borinqueneers!: via Felicidades
The story of Sallie, mascot of the 11th PA Volunteer Infantry, based on reminiscences of the regiment's veterans:
The 442nd Infantry Regiment was an all Japanese-American fighting force in WWII that overcame prejudice and distrust from their own government to become one of the most decorated units in U.S. Army history. Watch to learn about the impact of these soldiers.
"I'm delighted to be here. In fact I'm delighted to be anywhere & know where I am." --Col, Ed Shames, 92, 506th Infantry Regiment
Press corp at unveiling today of plaque to 16th US Infantry Regiment which left to take part in D Day
Mayor of at unveiling of plaque to 16th US Infantry Regiment based in Lyme before D Day
United States Army Europe - USAREUR paratroopers from 1st Battalion (Airborne), 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade honor U.S. Army Nurse Corps veterans of World War II at a ceremony in Bolleville, France, June 4, 2014. The event was one of several commemorations of the 70th Anniversary of D-Day operations conducted by Allied forces during World War II June 5-6, 1944. Over 650 U.S. military personnel have joined troops from several NATO nations to participate in ceremonies to honor the events at the invitation of the French government. ( U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa photos by Staff Sgt. Sara Keller)
In an exclusive interview with TPNN’s Tim Constantine, Private First Class Joey Cox, a soldier who served in the 501st Airborne Infantry Regiment with Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, claimed that Bergdahl is n...
Headquarters staff of the 30th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) command post exercise during annual training at Fort Bragg, N.C., May 31 - June 9, 2014. The exercise culminates with the execution of a named operation and challenges staff to plan and conduct operations cohesively on the battlefield. After approximately 5-months of planning and analysis during drill weekends, the staff is operating out of their Command Post at Fort Bragg in conjunction with each battalion of the Brigade; 1-120 Infantry Regiment, 230th Brigade Support Battalion, 30th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 1-113th FA BN "Axehandles", and the 1-252 Armor Regiment, 1-150th Armored Reconnaissance Squadron, West Virginia National Guard.
Today is the day we remember the heroes of the "Greatest Generation." They were the ones who heeded the call to halt the Nazi plan to rule the world. The blood shed in Normandy on that day of sorrow and courage beyond the pale, served to liberate France from the Nazi regime. I am proud that my family has in it two members who gave their lives in WWII for this cause. War has a terrible price attached to it. The lives of many in the Armed Forces were given up so that we could be free. On this day my family honors Staff Sergeant John Visalli, Company C, 16 Infantry. and Private Nateli Visalli, Company 1, 179th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division. They were two brothers in real life, and the brothers of all those who also gave their lives in that terrible war. We are the children of their family left behind to remember and honor them. Our Mothers and Fathers Brothers. Our Uncles. We are the family to make sure that they are never forgotten. May their souls rest in peace.
Meanwhile the rest of the 2nd and 5th Ranger Battalions spearheaded the 2–16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, on the beach at Omaha. This is where the famous Ranger slogan comes from, when Major Max F. Schneider, commanding the 5th Ranger Battalion, met with General Norman Cota. When Schneider was asked his unit by Cota, someone yelled out "5th Rangers!", to which Cota replied, “Well then Goddammit, Rangers, lead the way!”
Today on the 70th anniversary of the Allied D-Day landings in WWII, we remember our brave military forces that sacrificed it all. Louisiana's 156th Infantry Regiment played a role in Operation Overlord, the World War II Allied invasion of Normandy. The regiment was ordered into federal service in November of 1940. It trained at Camp Blanding, Florida and Camp Bowie Texas. In 1942, after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the U.S. entry into the war, the 156th was sent to England. 2-156th, with companies largely from Acadiana, split off and landed in Oran, Algeria where they were re-organized into the 202nd Infantry Battalion and worked as military police due to their ability to speak French. The remainder of the regiment was assigned to the U.S. Assault Training Center in Woolacombe, England, where they trained combat units for amphibious landings, securing beachheads, and other tactics necessary for the coming Normandy invasion. When the invasion began, the 156th was assigned the mission of security ...
Author J. D. Salinger (left) saw combat with the 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division at Utah Beach on D-Day, in the Battle of the Bulge, and the Battle of Hürtgen Forest. When he waded ashore Utah Beach, he was carrying six chapters of his unfinished "Catcher in the Rye."
By 10 AM on D-Day, Omaha beach was littered with dead and wounded troops with the tides bringing in more bodies. Private Harry Schiraldi, a medic in Headquarters, 116th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division, was killed that morning by enemy machine gun fire. Learn his story on our Timeline:
My thoughts today are with the finest Infantry Regiment that was disbanded on this date in 2006 RIP 1ST BATTALION THE PRINCE OF WALES'S OWN REGIMENT OF YORKSHIRE . NEC ASPERA TERRENT. HAPPY BIRTHDAY YORKSHIRE REGIMENT.
June 6, 1944.Utah Beach, Normandy France... The landing was planned in four waves. The first consisted of 20 Higgins boats or LCVPs, each carrying a 30-man assault team from the 8th Infantry Regiment. The 10 craft on the right were to land on Tare Green Beach, opposite the strong-point at les Dunes de Varreville. The 10 craft on the left were intended for Uncle Red Beach, 1,000 yards (900 m) farther south. The entire operation was timed against the touchdown of this first assault wave, which was scheduled to take place at 06:30 am. Eight LCTs (Landing crafts, tanks), each carrying four amphibious DD Tanks, were scheduled to land at the same time or as soon thereafter as possible. The second wave consisted of another 32 Higgins boats with additional troops of the two assault battalions, some combat engineers, and also eight naval demolition teams that were to clear the beach of underwater obstacles. The third wave, timed for H plus 15 minutes, contained eight more Higgins Boats carrying DD tanks. It was fo ...
Seventy years ago today, H-Hour has passed and D-Day has begun. Units would have been storming the beach in Normandy at about this time, after Airborne troops already dropped in. I've been watching Band of Brothers and The Pacific all week in memory of this momentous occasion. With the most sincere gratitude, there have been several moments of reflection and even a tear or two as I have considered just how courageous and sacrificial those were who placed their lives on the line for not only freedom within the United States, but truly the entire world. In the simplest of terms... I do not believe I would be alive today had it not been for those brave soldiers who sacrificed all for the lives and liberties of countless others (known and unknown). In remembrance of such, I would like to extend an acknowledgment to those of the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions, as well as the 1st and 2nd battalion of the 8th Infantry Regiment; with special recognition to Easy Company of the 506th PIR (aka the "Screaming Eagl ...
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Meet my friend Staff Sergeant Ray Lambert, a Veteran of the landings in North Africa, Sicily, and Normandy. I have the pleasure of serving as his escort for the 16th Infantry Regiment commemoration of the D-Day landings. He asked me to sign the copy of the Division magazine that we were pictured in together... I have never felt more humbled.
The U.S. House of Representatives debates H.R. 1726, the bill to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the U.S. Army's 65th Infantry Regiment: "The Borinquen...
Maryland’s last surviving member of a segregated Latino-American Army unit will finally be receiving a Congressional Gold Medal for his service in the Korean War. Leonardo Martinez, 96, of Odenton served in the 65th Infantry Regiment, nicknamed the Borinqueneers, a unit made up mostly of Puerto Rica…
SHOWING NOW! "AL PUNTO CON JORGE RAMOS", Jorge Ramos interviews Borinqueneer RAUL REYES CASTANEIRA, the INSPIRATIONAL SPIRIT that ignited the Congressional Gold Medal initiative. Raul Reyes Castaneira is also the "SAVING PRIVATE RYAN" of the 65th Infantry Regiment. He is the younger of four brothers who fought with the 65th Infantry in the Korean War. It will be a great interview. TUNE IN AND WATCH!!! SINTONIZATE, HOY A LAS 10AM (EASTERN), UNIVISION, AL PUNTO. HONOR Y FIDELIDAD!! Borinqueneers CGM Alliance
Tonight on "¡Con Salsa! in celebration and anticipation of the annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade 2014 in New York City on Sunday, June 8th that will feature special tributes to 100 Years of Julia de Burgos, Freedom for Oscar López Rivera and "the Borinqueneers" (The 65th Infantry Regiment); a set of spoken word featuring Caridad de la Luz "La Bruja", Rico Pabón, The John Santos Sextet & Friends, Piri Thomas, Christopher "Chilo" Cajigas, Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, Denice Frohman, Mitch Froman Latin Jazz Quartet, Bobby Sanabria Big Band, William Cepeda, Calle 13 and Tego Calderón. And in celebration of the life and work of poet, writer and national treasure Dr. Maya Angelou, her poem "Phenomenal Woman" recited by actress, playwright, screenwriter, activist, poet and journalist Ruby Dee. I invite you to tune in tonight 10:00pm - 3:00am wbur90.9fm or worldwide on the web: wbur.org.
interesting story and lesson to naija Bowe Bergdahl Bowe Robert Bergdahl Born March 28, 1986 (age 28) Sun Valley, Idaho , U.S. Allegiance United States of America Service/ branch United States Army Years of service 2008–present [1] Rank Sergeant (promoted in absentia) Unit 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry Regiment , 4th Brigade Combat Team , 25th Infantry Division Battles/wars Global War on Terrorism War in Afghanistan (POW) Bowe Robert Bergdahl (born March 28, 1986) is a United States Army soldier who was in the captivity of the Taliban -aligned Afghanistan Haqqani network from June 2009 until May 31, 2014. [2][3][4][5] Early life and education Bergdahl was born on March 28, 1986, in Sun Valley, Idaho , to Jani (née Larson) and Robert "Bob" Bergdahl, a UPS driver. [6][7][8] Bergdahl has an older sister, Sky Albrecht, [9][10][11] and was home schooled by his mother Jani in Hailey, Idaho . He received a GED certificate through the College of Southern Idaho by the time he was in his early 20s. [12][13][7][1 ...
Soldiers from the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard,” place American flags in front of every tombstone at Arlington National Cemetery. Watch as a soldier explains the 66 year old tradition. Which is called "FLAG IN"
Today In Black History • May 28, 1875 Isaac Payne, John Ward, and Pompey Factor received the Congressional Medal of Honor, America’s highest military decoration, for their actions during the Indian Wars. All three men were Black Seminoles known as Seminole *** Indian Scouts. Payne served as a trumpeter, Factor was a private, and Ward was a sergeant attached to the 24th Infantry Regiment. On April 25, 1875 they along with one other man “participated in a charge against 25 hostiles while on a scouting patrol” by the Pecos River in Texas. Not much else is known of their lives other than Payne was born in 1854 and died January 14, 1904, Ward was born in 1848 and died May 24, 1911, and Factor was born in 1849 and died March 28, 1928. • May 28, 1885 Horace King, the most respected bridge builder in Alabama, Georgia, and northeastern Mississippi during the mid-1800s, died. King was born enslaved September 8, 1807 in the Chesterfield District of South Carolina. In 1830, he was purchased by a contracto . ...
Hi everyone. This is Brent's mom. He wanted me to post his address so everyone could write him while he is at bootcamp. Pvt Brent Baldwin, RN108 E Company, 2nd Battalion, 54th Infantry Regiment 9240 Treadwell Drive Fort Benning, Ga 31905-5000
In November 1950, Holmes was a member of Company K, 3rd Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment, which was pushing north through N. Korea to->
Nearly cried while saying the blessing at dinner tonight, my heart and prayers go out to all of the families of the brave men and women who have sacrificed themselves for each other and for their country. They may be gone, but they will forever live in the hearts of those who walk the road paved by their sacrifice. May you all rest in peace and fill the ranks of heavens army with angels and bandoliers. Until we regroup. 1st Infantry Division-3rd Brigade Combat Team- 1st Battalion-26th Infantry Regiment
Pause – Reflect – Remember those who have served and died… Memorial Day (originally called Decoration Day) was borne out of the Civil War and a desire to honor our dead. It was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, in his General Order No. 11. “The 30th of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers, or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village and hamlet churchyard in the land,” he proclaimed. The date was chosen because it wasn’t the anniversary of any particular battle. Just four photos to remind us why… 1. Christian Golczynski receives the flag for his father, Marine Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski, who was killed during his second tour in Iraq. 2. A solider from the 3rd US Infantry Regiment, 'The Old Guard,' places flags at grave sites during the 'Flags-In' ceremony at Arling . ...
Total number of U.S. Veterans who where killed in war since 1775: 1,321,612 Over a MILLION men or women killed in combat, and I can't even name 5 of them...So, to pretend that I'm "thankful" is really hypocritical of me, and insulting to those who have given their lives. Today, I'm NOT going to say I'm "thankful"...I'm going to say I'm SORRY...Sorry for not paying attention, sorry for not recognizing, and placing your sacrifice a little higher on my priority list.(which is truly honoring someone). Today, I'm going to learn about 5 fallen Veterans...Yes, I'm going to take a whole 10 minutes out of my day...What a sacrifice, huh? PFC Rueben (Skip) Gideon Kirk III, from West Virginia. Born: October 01, 1971 Died: January 29, 1991 Age: 19 Served in the Army. Died during Operation Desert Storm. Sergeant Shawn M. Farrell II, from New York I can't find his date of birth, but says he died at 24. Served in the Army (1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light)). .. ...
S/O to all of those who served this Great Country, b4 me, with me, and after me. A special s/o to Bravo Co.4th Bn/10th Infantry Regiment, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Charlie Co. 16th Ordinance Bn., Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md. & Bravo Co.,47th Support Bn. (Forward) 1st Armored Division. Baumholder, Germany. Also, I'd like to give a 21 shot salute to my No HAM family. You know who you are.
Happy Memorial Day to my Brothers and Sisters! During the late spring of 2004, many of the soldiers of the 2nd Infantry Division's 2d Brigade Combat Team were given notice that they were about to be ordered to further deployment, with duty in Iraq. Units involved in this call-up included: 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment (Air Assault); 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment (Air Assault); 2d Battalion, 17th Field Artillery Regiment; 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized); 44th Engineer Battalion; 2nd Forward Support Battalion; Company A, 102nd Military Intelligence Battalion; Company B, 122nd Signal Battalion, elements of the 2d Battalion, 72nd Armor Regiment, a team from the 509th Personnel Services Battalion, and B Battery 5th Battalion 5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Deployed as a combination of mechanized infantry and light infantry with two platoons of Bradley Fighting Vehicles and 1 platoon of armored HMMWVs). The time of the first notice of deployment to the actual "wheels-up" ...
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All gave some, some gave all. Gator Tough, 2nd Battalion 12th Infantry Regiment
MY Memorial Day STORY! A story told many times to me by my father and told many times by others at our family reunions; this year it is worth repeating for Memorial Day. My father Master Sergeant Edward Bunn in1951 was in Korea serving in the US Army. He was assigned to Company I, 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division. Around April 25, 1951 his company was located near Tongmang-ni, Korea engaged a numerically superior force. I remember my father talking about enemy bullets going by and sounding like bees. One of my fathers soldiers PFC Charles Gilliland was doing a great job with his 50 caliber pouring steady fire at the North Koreans & Chinese as they attacked their position. My father indicated that the assault got stronger and Gilliland's assistant was killed and Gilliland continued to experience the brunt of the attack, nevertheless he slowed the onslaught. It was reported by my dad, that during the attack two enemy soldiers escaped his raking fire and infiltrated the sector. He left the cover ...
The march from Tianjin to Beijing of about 120 km included about 20,000 allied troops. On 4 August, there were approximately 70,000 Imperial troops and anywhere from 50,000 to 100,000 Boxers along the way. The allies only encountered minor resistance, fighting battles at Beicang and Yangcun. At Yangcun, the 14th Infantry Regiment of the U.S. and British troops led the assault. The weather was a major obstacle. Conditions were extremely humid with temperatures sometimes reaching 42 °C (108 °F). These high temperatures and insects plagued the Allies. Soldiers dehydrated, and horses died. Chinese villagers killed Allied troops who searched for wells.[67] The heat killed Allied soldiers, who foamed at the mouth. The tactics along the way were gruesome on either side. Allied soldiers beheaded already dead Chinese corpses, bayoneted or beheaded live Chinese, and raped Chinese girls and women.[68] Cossacks were reported to have killed Chinese civilians almost automatically and Japanese kicked a Chinese soldier ...
A national, non-partisan, volunteer group dedicated to achieving the Congressional Gold Medal for the 65th Infantry Regiment, "The Borinqueneers"!
GRACIAS CHICAGO.The 65th Infantry Regiment 'Borinqueneers' will be receiving the Congressional Gold Medal!...
The 65 t h Infantry Regiment from Puerto Rico is about to join the ranks of the Tuskegee Airmen , the Navajo Code Talkers and other distinguished military units who have received the Congressional Gold Medal.
I wrote this in 2004 for a "JoJo On The GoGo" column. The owner/ publisher/ editor said he agreed but could not print it because it was "incendiary" . I was somewhat upset but also felt complimented.He was a retired "vet". I WAS JUST SITTING HERE REMEMBERING JACK By JoJo Medrano “If you are able, save for them a place inside of you and save one backwards glance when you are leaving for the places they can no longer go. Be not ashamed to say you loved them, though you may or may not have always. Take what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own. And in that time when men decide to call the war insane, take one moment to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind.” -Major Michael Davis O’Donnell 1 January 1970 Dak To, Viet Nam Listed as K.I.A. February 7, 1978 This is the opening statement of “the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall Page”. It is a non-profit endeavor maintained by veterans of the 4th Battalion 9th Infantry Regiment. Among many choices is a: Message Cent ...
Tune in Saturday at 11am to "The Patricia Cunningham Show" as we Celebrate "The 16th Annual Puerto Rican Memorial Day Festival that will take place Sunday. My giests are Ruben Dario Cruz founder of The Puerto Rican Association of Las Vegas and Willie Tanon and the Latin Breeze. We will discuss the passage of Senate Bill S-1174 which awards The Congressional Gold Medal to the only active-duty Segregated, Latino Military Unit in U.S. History.The 65th Infantry Regiment.. We will be taking your calls at 647-3688
Photos from yesterday's buddy team live fire - Bravo Company 3-34 Infantry Regiment
Sixty years after fighting across Europe and in Korea, veterans of the U.S. Army’s 65th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Borinqueneers, are just a president’s signature away from receiving the Congressional Gold Medal.
In honor of Memorial Day we wanted to share the story of First Lieutenant Alexander Farum Lippitt, son of Gov. Charles Lippitt and grandson of Gov. Henry Lippitt. Alexander left Harvard University in 1917 to volunteer for the American Expeditionary Forces during WW I. Lt. Lippitt was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross "for extraordinary heroism in action while serving with 166th Infantry Regiment, 42d Division, A.E.F., in the Champagne sector, north of Chalons, France, 15 July 1918. During a powerful enemy attack, Lieutenant Lippitt led his platoon through heavy artillery and machine-gun fire in a counterattack against the enemy, which had gained a foothold in our line. The enemy was repulsed and the line reestablished. He assisted in the reorganization and defense of the position against two enemy assaults. The gallantry of this officer was a great aid to his command at a time of unusual danger." A few days after this attack, Alexander received a head wound while advancing another attack and died .. ...
Every Memorial Day weekend, troops in the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment place small American flags in front of all of the headstones (300,000+) at Arlington National Cemetery, outside Washington, DC.
Soldiers from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division and French Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 126th Infantry Regiment of the French Army watch as a French infantryman displays his gymnastic prowess on Hohenfels Army base. Both French and American Soldiers are participating in Combined Reso…
Watched Sgt Kyle White, be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor today. Congress authorized this highest Honor in 1863. Sgt White, served with C Company, 503 Infantry Regiment, 173 AirBorn Battalion. It was awarded for his actions in Nov, 2007, while serving in Afganastan. Where do we get such men & women ?
Command Sergeant Major Bernie Kelly, 1st Infantry Regiment, California State Militia. These men do not attain positions like this by being "yes" men and shucking responsibility... They lead by example. What a better way to inspire lower enlisted by showing that you are just as willing to do as you ask them to do. With this man I am reminded of "Captain Miller" from "Saving Private Ryan". They have something in common.
It is with sad hearts that we wish to pass on the following: Melvin Walter Lanzer, age 92, of Napoleon, OH, peacefully passed away on May 12, 2014 in his home. Melvin was born on February 24, 1922 in the family farmhouse of parents Walter and Nettie Lanzer in Monroe Township near Deshler, OH. He was the oldest of three children. He attended school in Monroe Township and graduated from Hamler High School in 1940. He worked on the family farm until 1942. In 1943, Mel joined the United States Army and served in Cannon Company 347th Infantry Regiment and was also a Liaison agent in Scotland, England, France, Belgium, Germany, and Luxemburg. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, the European/African/Middle Eastern Theater Campaign Ribbon, the American Theater Campaign Ribbon, the Victory Medal, and received a Purple Heart due to injuries sustained in battle. He received an Honorable Discharge on November 18, 1945. After returning from the army in 1945, he worked at Kellsey Freeman Lumber Co., E.R. Haines Co., ...
As the sun rises on a brisk, Spring morning, the sound of helicopters can be heard landing, and in the light of dawn, dozens of Soldiers can be seen air assaulting out of them. For the Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team "Bastogne", 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the days training has begun. (AE)
A point of history and fact, this is not to take away anything from the 339 Infantry. I have been to the museum in Frankenmouth and to the monument at White Chapel and do honor them. There were two units sent to Russia and put under British command, at the same time. I am a Vietnam veteran of the other unit also called the Polar Bears The other unit was the 31 Infantry Regiment, sent from the Philippines to Vladivostok at the eastern of the Trans Siberian Railroad. Both units bear the name Polar Bears, and have a polar bear crest. The 4th Battalion of the 31st Infantry is still active and is stationed at Fort Drum,NY. They will be celebrating their 98th anniversary this August at a reunion in Watertown/Fort Drum, Ny. There also have a Polar Bear monument (31 Infantry) at the Infantry museum, Fort Benning, GA. The 31st has a long history and proud history of seeing action in every conflict after Russia, the Boxer Rebellion, Bataan WW1, KoreaI Vietnam, peace keeping the war in Iraq to the present war on ...
Throwback Thursday -- one of the combat veterans from my unit in Vietnam (Louis Pepi) recognized me in a photo among some files during his trip to National Archives in DC last month. Looks like I'm receiving some sort of medal from my battalion commander down in his command bunker at Firebase Charlie-Two, situated south of the DMZ. First time I ever saw this photo. Must have been pretty close to the end of my combat tour, which during my last 2 months, I was the Executive Officer (XO) for Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion 61st Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division (October - November 1970) ... so in this pic, I'm 20 y/o & still not old enough to vote or buy a beer. Thanks again Louis.
Today I received a new package of my dear friend Brian from Virginia, United States. This time a book came in it, a memoir called "Old Man from the Repple Depple: The story of an infantry replacement soldier in Europe in World War II" written by Thomas E. Oblinger. While quickly looking thru the book I noticed there were several photographs of GI's in it. I was flabbergasted when I saw a photograph with a name "Donald W. Schlager". The reason for this is that I actually own his WWII Ike Jacket, Good Conduct Medal, some paperwork and his Wool Overcoat! To my amazement in the WWII photograph of Donald you can actually see him wear the EXACT Ike Jacket, with only one ribbon missing, the World War II Victory Medal. Corporal Donald W. Schlager served with the 26th Infantry Division, 104th Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, Headquarters Company, Anti-Tank platoon, 2nd Squad. On December 28, 1945 Donald was discharge at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. After returning to Mitchell, Nebraska, he farmed for 15 years, during ...
Today, 69 years ago, on May 7, 1945 the following soldiers of the US 26th Infantry Division were Killed in Action, while fighting for our freedom in occupied Europe. These men gave their lives which was and still is the greatest sacrifice. They gave the most precious thing they had, leaving their fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters back at their homes in the United States. Boys and men, so far away from home. From their families and friends, fighting in countries they may have never heard of. But they did it anyway, so that every man and woman may live in freedom. Even today we still appreciate what they did for us. May these men and woman Rest in Peace who have died during the liberation of Europe. Thank you for your service and those who are serving now. These soldiers were Killed in Action on May 7, 1945; Private First Class William J. Wallace, 101st Infantry Regiment. Recipient of the Purple Heart. "They stand in the unbroken line of patriots who have dared to die. That freedom might live and grow, ...
Today is our family day! We made it Charlie Company! Thanks to all the cadre and everyone from Charlie Company 2nd Battalion 47th Infantry Regiment. You made this such a rewarding 10 weeks. Now it's time to get off base and enjoy the day with our loved ones and of course eat lots of food. Fuddruckers here I come.
"...2.056 men of the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (attached to the 82nd Airborne) jumped into Normandy on D-Day, and on July 15, [only] 918 returned. The rest had been killed, captured or wounded. " Source: The late O. B. Hill, 508th P.I.R. Association, 82nd Airborne Division, Cathedral Hill, CA
National Guardsmen of the 7th California Infantry (now 160th Infantry Regiment), Long Beach, 1917
Plz encourage Darryl's troops with a "like" and a TY on Fb. Miss you!
Plz support these troops in El Paso with a "like" as a favor for me :) Blessings!
Take 1 moment to say thanks to our troops in Courage Co. 4-17 in El Paso at: Like their pg
Make that July 1863. By November, CT had finally started its own black regiment, the 29th CT Infantry.
RARE WWI document, for the croix de guerre, to a man that was a sgt in the 23rd infantry regiment, 2nd division!!! very rare, much rarer then the medal!! great condition, framed, no glass! . $125!
This marker is at the spot where the 28th Infantry Regiment, Tennessee was at the battle of Shiloh. Three of Grandpa York's (Everett) uncles were in that regiment.
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Soldiers from the 121st Infantry Regiment, 8th Infantry Division, round up German prisoners at the Cathedral in the French town of La Haye-du-Puits, Normandy. A combat photographer (on the left) records the event.
Looks like the unit is officially 1st Infantry Regiment sustainment unit, thats where Im assigned to here on Fort...
Just been handed a sheet of paper by our French stone mason, over the weekend he was building a memorial plinth just round the corner from us in Sainte Come du Mont to be unveiled on 6th June...on it is written: Lieutenant Colonel Robert Lee Wolverton Commander 3rd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment 101st Airborne - USA October 5th 1914 - June 6 1944 Before boarding the aircraft for D Day Wolverton read this prayer for his men: God Almighty In a few short hours we will be in battle with the enemy. We do not join battle afraid. We do not ask favours or indulgence but ask that, if You will, use us as Your instrument for the right and an aid in returning peace to the world. We do not know or seek what our fate will be. we ask only this, that if die we must, that we die as men would die, without complaining,without pleading and safe in the feeling that we have done our best for what we believed was right. Oh Lord protect our loved ones and be near us in the fire ahead and with us now as we each pra ...
Infantry Regiment no. 24 von Schwerin Feldmarschall von was killed leading this regiment in 1757
This postcard dated March 5, 1907 shows the Agriculture, Chemical and Textile Buildings at A&M College. Stamped in red in the lower right corner shows this card was published by H. R. Cavitt. I decided to see who Mr Cavitt was. Howard R Cavitt was a businessman and served as Captain and commanding officer of Company G, 2nd Infantry Regiment known as the Bryan Light Guard/Texas National Guard, from 1902-1904. In 1907 he owned the Post Office Drug Store (later renamed Cavitt's Drug Store), he sold 1/2 interest in the drugstore in 1911 and went on to open the Bryan Motor Car Company. In December of 1913 at the age of 31, his characteristic bravery cost him his life, while trying to save the lives of residents being swept away in a Brazos River flood.
Echo Company, 3-34 Infantry Regiment is at the last if it's marksmanship ranges today. They are focused on firing from multiple positions.
Another weekend visit to the Vanderbilts at the Biltmore Estate. Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC ; February, 1921. The fashionable man of the 1920's mismatched his suits, given he had the money, that is! Seen here is a pair of Glen Plaid (also known as "Prince of Wales Plaid" after 1925) trousers with a herringbone and stripe coat and vest. The shirt is an original collarless Brooks Brothers yellow shirt with blue stripes with a starched club collar attached. The Skimmer Hat is adorned with crossed rifles and "MG" ciphers for an Officer of the 54th Infantry Regiment, who was part of a Machine Gun Company, thus making this man a WWI Veteran. Although it is a great infraction to wear the Skimmer hat before "Straw Hat Day" in the city, such rules do not apply while out in the country...
REUNION MESSAGE: I just wanted to let everyone know we are one (1) month from the 2014 4th Infantry Regiment Veterans Association Reunion to be held in Leesville/Ft Polk, LA, June 4-7, 2014. If you plan to attend, please submit your registration forms as soon as possible. Rooms are limited at Comfort Suites in Leesville. We are planning the menu and will need to know how many to cook for, so ensure you pre-register. We look forward to seeing each of you for this awesome event. Warriors!
Did you know that.. a baboon called Jackie became a member of the 3rd South African Infantry Regiment during
3 boys, perhaps girls,dressed in Austro-Hungarian uniforms from the album of the 26th Honvéd Infantry Regiment..
Aldona and I were happy to run into Senator Richard Blumenthal, Senator Terry Gerratana and Jim Wyskiewicz at New Britain's Fagan Cal Ripken Little League Opening Day. "Stanley the Dragon" enjoyed meeting a member of the famous 65th Infantry Regiment, the Borinqueeners. During the Korean War, the Borinqueneers were awarded 10 Distinguished Service Crosses, 256 Silver Stars, 606 Bronze Stars, and 2,771 Purple Hearts. Thanks to Dr. Frank Gerratana for the pics.
on 1857 The British East India Company disbands the 34th Regiment of Bengal Native Infantry whose sepoy Mangal Pandey had earlier ..
Ok family and friends...im gonna put this address as best I can. Damm what you go through to send a letter. PVT Arnold Matthew Charlie Co 3rd BN 13th Infantry Regiment 4th PLT 4420 Jackson BLVD Fort Jackson, South Carolina 29207
no I'm infantry but I'm going to be in 2nd cavalry regiment. Strykers!!!
Hardback now available. The Historical Sketch and Roster of the NC 15th Infantry Regiment. via
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Confederate Pension Applications MASTERS, D.S. St Johns County Application Number: A05272 Last Name: MASTERS First Name: D.S. Service Unit: 3rd Regt Inf Application County: St Johns Co City: St. Augustine Year: 1904 Company B Saint Johns Saint Augustine Blues Capt. John Lott Philips 124 3rd Infantry Regiment was formed near Pensacola, Florida, in July, 1861. Its companies were recruited in the counties of St. Johns, Hernando, Jefferson, Duval, Wakulla, Madison, Columbia, and Suwannee. The unit served along the coast at Talbot Island and Cedar Keys, then moved to Mobile. After fighting at Perryville it was assigned to Preston's, Stovall's, Finley's, J.A. Smith's Brigade, and during December, 1862, consolidated with the 1st Florida Infantry Regiment. The 1st and 3rd was engaged at Murfreesboro and Jackson, then participated in the campaigns of the Army of Tennessee from Chickamauga to Bentonville. It was organized with 950 officers and men, and the 1st and 3rd lost twenty-six percent of the 23 in action at ...
this is an original reservists, soldiers pitcher from 1907. 5th Infantry Regiment, Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig 11th Companie Bamberg
Had a special visit this morning with a special WWII Veteran! William "Abe" Mogridge is one of our heroes! He served in the US Army with the 118th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, Company H in WWII. Abe participated in the campaigns of Northern France and Ardennes earning the Combat Infantryman's Badge and many other military decorations. He was our special guest speaker for the 2012 United Veterans of Blount County Veterans Day Program. Abe is a great person and very talented Banjo player who has played Friday nights at Rocky Branch Bluegrass for many years! Today, he is approaching 91 years of age. He has recently been under the weather but we are hoping he will bounce back soon! He can still play his banjo no matter where he is!!! We are proud to have Abe in Blount County!
The 122nd NY Volunteer Infantry Regiment (3rd Onondaga) from Syracuse participated in the battle as part of Gen. Alexander Shaler's Brigade
101st Airborne in Holland during Operation Market-Garden: riflemen from the 327th Glider Infantry Regiment and a...
Afaik it's the artillery regiment A9 with two battalions and the infantry regiment with its two mechanised battalions.
*** in Hurtgen Forest: The Ordeal and Triumph of an American Infantry Regiment (Mod...
Recon platoon member of the 2nd Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division.
Safe: A US soldier of the 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division,makes a new friend(US signal corps...
On 21 April 2014 at approximately 7:00 am, a Soldier in 2nd Battalion, 58th Infantry Regiment passed away while conducting the Army Physical Fitness Test. The cause of death is listed as undetermined and currently under investigation, but appears to be of natural causes. All Soldiers in the unit have been afforded the opportunity to contact their families. If you haven’t heard from your Soldier or missed their call, please do not worry, as the official Army notification of the family has been completed. Please join us in our heartfelt condolences and prayers that go out to the family and friends of our lost Patriot.
Putin's father was a fighter in 330 Infantry Regiment, 86th Division of the Red Army. That picture is a load of crap.
Hey Carteret County peeps. I have an historical question. I am doing research for a history paper and possibly for my bachelor's thesis. I came across several references to an African American regiment posted at Beaufort during the Civil War in 1863. The unit was the 1st North Carolina Colored Volunteers, later re designated the 35th Infantry Regiment, United States Colored Troops. The regiment was raised and commanded by James Beecher, Harriet Beecher Stowe's youngest brother. I have contacted local historical societies but they haven't been able to help much for various reasons. Has anybody else heard this story and, if so, do you have a contact or further references? This is an important part of history and I am embarrassed to find out about in a book and not in school. I would really appreciate any help and I can supply references if anybody is interested.
Monty Joe Boitnott   Born April 23, 1921 to Berta and George Boitnott in Maxwell, Iowa, Joe completed his journey on earth at VA Hospital in Des Moines on April 12, 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Gwen (Hugh) Lint of Maxwell, Iowa, and Virginia (Hugh) Fertig of Collins, Iowa and long-time companion, Elna Saunders of Marshalltown, Iowa. He is survived by numerous nieces and nephews.  While attending North High School he joined the Iowa National Guard. With the start of WWII he was activated in the Army 34th Infantry Division as an infantryman in D Company 168th Infantry Regiment, making three amphibious landings in North Africa and Italy. In 1944 he was transferred to the Army Air Force and flew as a tail gunner for B-17 Aircraft, serving until victory in Europe. He served in a support unit in the Korean War. He retired from the United States Air Force in 1973.  Joe participated in Oliver North’s war Stories, the BBC’s Lost Evidence, and a segment in the WWII Museum in New O ...
Researching my Uncle…Dudley Vaughn McGuyer. Private 137th Infantry Regiment of the 35th Infantry Division. Landed on Omaha Beach on 5-7 July 1944. Reported MIA Dec. 31 1944, reported POW (deceased) January 18, 1945. Enlisted in March of 1944 at Fort Sam Houston Texas. Was a POW at Stalag 12a To 9b Limburg An Der Lahn Hessen Nassau Prussia 50-08. Here is a brief snippet of an After Action Report related to the 137 Infantry Regiment for Dec 31, 1944 pertinent to his first reported disappearance. As near as I can tell he was among the 235 men from companies K and L reported missing after heavy action on December 31. AAR snippet On December 31, at 0520, Company I was counterattacked by the enemy, who had positions in the woods to their front, and at 0615, the 3rd Battalion CP lost communications with the Company. Contact was regained that same morning. The 1st Battalion jumped off at 1330 for the town of Villers-la-Bonne-Eau. Companies B and C entered the town at 1420 and occupied some of the buildings. ...
Fifty years ago today, General of the Army Douglas MacArthur was laid to rest in Norfolk, VA. The General passed away on April 5, and his State Funeral took place in New York City, Washington, D.C., and in Norfolk. These photos, courtesy of Hubert "Corky" Ballard, show members of the Caisson Platoon, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment rendering honors during the State Funeral. See more photos here:
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For those of you who are interested to read about the 360th Infantry Regiment during World War I, follow this link
This is the 88th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment Monument on Oak Ridge, Gettysburg where my GGG-Grandfather, Aaron Bright, Jr. fought on July 1, 1863. The flag is a replica of the battle flag used by the regiment during the battle that our descendants group, The Descendants of the 88th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment received from the Co. A, 88th PVI re-enactment group. We will be doing a clean up in Gettysburg on Saturday, May 24, 2014.
"We're paratroopers, lieutenant. We're supposed to be surrounded." ~ CPT *** Winters, E/506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Band of Brothers), as they were moving into Bastogne.
Tense-looking paras of the 511th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 11th Airborne Division, on their way to their drop zone at Camalaniugan Airfield, south of Aparri; 23 June 1945.
65th Infantry Regiment of Puerto Rico [Borinquneers] veteran Tomas Lopez recounts an amazing experience.. it is gripping and amusing when he must use 'real P...
This proud father would like to take the time to congratulate his son William Best for graduating Basic training in the Army. 3rd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment. I'm so proud of you!! Love Always, Dad
*In Loving Memory Of A much loved Kid From South Troy* Sgt. Charles "Chuckie" Anthony Majer. C Company,1st Bn.6th Infantry Regiment, 198 Inf.Bde... was K.I.A. 46 years ago 10 april 1968.Sgt.Charles Majer and two of his comrades, Spc 4 Robert W Madson,Alton, IL. and Pfc.Jesse L Willougby,St Charles IL. were killed outright by mortar fire as they bravely manned their night defensive position in Quang Tin, Vietnam...Affectionally called "Chuckie" by many, was the beloved son of Mr and Mrs Walter Majer of Madison st. in South Troy..Born 3 July 1946 .He was also survived by four sisters ,Joan,Alicia,Patricia and Susan...Chuckie attended St. Josephs school in south Troy and on to Troy High where he graduated in 1964. At Troy High he played JV Basketball..Chuckie attended Hvcc before taking a job as a machinist at the Watervliet Arsenal, where he worked before being drafted into the Army in 1966.. Sgt.Charles A Majer was buried with full Military honors in St Josephs Cemetery in Troy. His grave can be found in r ...
Today's very interesting email: "California State Militia Hello Sean Adams, Message from California State Militia 1st Infantry Regiment group admin: First part of a post from Major Jim Haagenson today: The Oathkeepers are going to the Bundy Ranch in Nevada. I wonder what they intend to do? There are 200 federal agents there. Will they join the protestors and wave signs and yell helplessly at the road blocks. Will they attack and kill the 200 feds or are they just going to try to bluff them?"
The 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Iron Rakkasans, is a battalion of the US Army 187th Infantry Regiment. The battalion was activated on 25 February 1943, and first saw action in the Pacific Theater of the Second World War, during the battle to regain US control of the Phi...
French line infantry regiment, battalion company, grenadiers and voltigeurs. I just finished painting these. I have to admit that I'm not completely satisfied with them. Now I have 2 more British light dragoons to finish. I had them laying aside because their swords were twisted up like corkscrew. The boiling water fix was only temporary. I often encounter this problem with Supreme figures. Maybe it's because the plastic is so soft and flexible. I finally replaced them with swords from Helmet Soldiers. After that, back to British infantry.
A tribute to the brave sons of 6 northern light infantry regiment who sacrificed their everything on our beloved motherland.
My Combat Company got a AAA on our shooting/combat evaluation at CEITO... That means more missions=more money... u fel me tho!!... 1st Company 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment we duz this..
University of Northern Iowa Cadet Capt. Mark R. Wieneke was one of only nine students to receive the Governor's Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Award for outstanding achievement this year. The annual awards "honor the men and women for leadership, academics and military achievement." Wieneke grew up in Ankeny and previously served in the Iowa National Guard 133rd Infantry Regiment in Waterloo and with the 133rd A Company in Dubuque. He is currently a biology major at UNI with an impressive 3.54 GPA. After graduation he plans to commission in the Iowa National Guard as an infantry officer and attend optometry school. The UNI Panther Battalion has been producing outstanding Army officers since 1891.
Did you know that the famous sewing machine inventor Elias Howe was so wealthy as a result of his invention that he donated some of his wealth to the Union Army during the Civil War? Howe helped fund an infantry regiment and even served in the regiment himself as a private.
My great great grandfather Archibald Robert Mckinley Moved from Georgia to Barbour County, Alabama about 1845. He Married Mary Clementine Lewis in Alabama in 1849 later that year he moved to Columbia County, Arkansas in late 1849. Archibald purchased several lots of land there in 1856 - 1857 building a good sized plantation.. On October 4, 1861 he enlisted in the 15th Arkansas Infantry Regiment Company A and became a 1st sgt. He was captured at Fort Donelson, Tn in February of 1862 and imprisoned at Camp Butler IL, Archibald did bribe one of the guards with a $10 gold piece, he managed to escape with three other prisoners, and made it back to Arkansas.He joined back up with the 15th Arkansas with col. Ben Johnson in command of the regiment they participated in the siege of Port Hudson, LA. Archibald was wounded and the 15th Arkansas endured this terrible siege until the garrison surrendered on July 9, 1863.
Sooo ready for the weekend. Reunion of Company D, 3rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern Virginia. Gonna see friends that I haven't seen in years!!!
World war II vet Purple Heart. Me: "excuse me sir, on behalf of myself, and the 1/23rd infantry regiment, I would like to thank you for your unparalleled service"
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