Soldier – Albert C. Johnson

Albert Clinton Johnson – the man who would become the first African American colonel in the U.S. Army Signal Corps.

The 505th Infantry Regiment

Written By: Nicholas C. Welsh Throughout its long and storied history, the 505th Infantry Regiment has maintained a proud legacy within the U.S. Army and upheld the fighting spirit established […]

The 199th Infantry Brigade

Written By: Patrick Feng The 199th Infantry Brigade is most notable for its participation in combat operations during the Vietnam War.  However, the brigade’s Headquarters and Headquarters Company traces its […]

Company D, 151st Infantry (The Indiana Rangers)

 Written By: Megan Johnson The Army National Guard (ARNG) is the oldest component of the U.S. armed forces.  As early as 1607, militia companies were formed shortly after the establishment […]

187th Infantry Regiment

Originally organized as a glider infantry unit in World War II, the 187th Infantry Regiment fought in the Korean War as part of an airborne regimental combat team. Later, in […]


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