Field Artillery Battalion

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258th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)
... Predecessors of the 258th Field Artillery Regiment fought in the War of 1812, the Spanish American War, the United States Civil War, World War I, World War II, Operation Iraqi ... The 258th Field Artillery is one of only nineteen Army National Guard units with campaign credit for the War of 1812 ... They became the 258th Field Artillery Group, 258th Field Artillery Battalion and the 991st Field Artillery Battalion ...
Capital Mechanized Infantry Division (Republic Of Korea) - History - Vietnam War - Order of Battle During Vietnam War
... and Headquarters Company Cavalry Regiment, composed of three infantry battalions 1st Infantry Regiment, composed of three infantry battalions 26th Infantry Regiment, composed of three infantry battalions ...
Admiralty Islands Campaign Order Of Battle - Allied Forces - Ground Forces
7th Cavalry Regiment 8th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division Artillery 61st Field Artillery Battalion 82nd Field Artillery Battalion 99th Field Artillery Battalion 8th ...
Colorado Army National Guard - History - Historic Units
157th Infantry Regiment (United States) 137th Field Artillery Battalion (United States) 142nd Field Artillery Battalion (United States) 144th Field Artillery Battalion (United States) 168th ...
Philippine Marine Corps - Formation - Field Artillery Battalion
... The Field Artillery Battalion (FABN) is currently organized into a Headquarters and Service Company and several howitzer batteries which are attached to the ...

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