The Alamo Scouts

Formed as the U.S. Sixth Army’s special reconnaissance unit in World War II, the Alamo Scouts were organized on Fergusson Island, New Guinea, on 28 November 1943. The Scouts conducted […]

977th Field Artillery Battalion

by James R. Lankford “I do not have to tell you who won the war.  You know the artillery did.”  When he uttered these words, GEN George S. Patton was […]

509th Infantry Regiment

Since they were first used in World War II, paratroopers have earned a reputation for their audacity, resourcefulness, cunning and lethality. Airborne units have been called upon to execute rapid […]

376th Infantry Regiment

While formally constituted on 24 June 1921, the origin of the 376th Infantry dates back to the early history of the United States. The regiment’s shield and crest features a […]

254th Engineer Combat Battalion

In December 1944, the German offensive in the Ardennes known as the Battle of the Bulge came as a rude awakening to the American forces who believed the war to […]


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