Division Artillery

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1st Armored Division (United States) - Unit History - Move To Fort Bliss
... and Closure or BRAC commission decided to move the 1st Armored Division to Fort Bliss, Texas no later than 2012 ... As part of the current Army-wide transformation, several division units will be inactivated or converted to other units. 1st Brigade The 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division cased its colors at Friedberg, Germany on 20 April 2007, ending 62 years of military presence in Germany ...
1st Armored Division (United States) - Lineage - HHB, 1st Armored Division Artillery
15 July 1940 in the Regular Army as the Artillery Section, Headquarters, 1st Armored Division, and activated at Fort Knox, Kentucky Redesignated 15 November 1940 as the Artillery Section, Division ...
Michael D. Maples - Other Assignments
... Other assignments include Deputy Commander of V Corps Artillery Senior Military Aide to the Secretary of the Army successive assignments in the 1st Armored Division Artillery in Zirndorf ...
John William Vessey, Jr. - Summary of Service - Assignments
1939 National Guard enlisted service 1941 34th Division Artillery, Camp Claiborne, LA, Northern Ireland, North Africa, and Italy as S/Sgt, 1st Sgt, and then battlefield ... Norfolk, VA 1963 Commander, 2d Battalion, 73d Artillery, 3d Armored Division, US Army, Europe 1965 Student, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D.C. 1966 Executive Officer, 25th Infantry Division Artillery, Vietnam 1967 Commander, 3d Armored Division Artillery, US Army, Europe 1969 Chief of Staff, 3d ...

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