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1-68 Armor Regiment brings armor to Estonia

A fleet of M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles and M1A2 Abrams tanks belonging to 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, arrived in Tapa, Estonia, Feb. 6, 2017. Soldiers assigned to Company C, 1-68 AR, gathered at the railhead to unload equipment as it arrived from Poland following initial reception and forward

ARMOR SNOW PLOW: One of the more interesting photos in StrategyPage’s Battle of the Bulge photo seri…

ARMOR SNOW PLOW: One of the more interesting photos in StrategyPage’s Battle of the Bulge photo series. Members of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment (82nd Airborne Division) advance through a forest — riding on and following a Sherman tank.

Two More Come Home

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US military personnel. From Korea • SFC Robert R. Cummings, K Company, 3rd Battalion, 187th Airborne Infantry Regiment, US Army, was lost on 29 November 1950 in North Korea. He was accounted for on 14 November 2016. • SFC Harold P. Haugland, D Battery, 15th Anti-Aircraft […]

Another Is Home

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US military personnel. From Korea • PFC Daniel Hunt, A Company, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, US Army, was lost on 28 September 1951 in South Korea. He was accounted for on 2 November 2016. Welcome back, elder brother-in-arms. Our apologies that your […]

These Tiny Diesels Will Take U.S. Marines Where MRAPs And Hummers Can't

3 months agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Powersports giant Polaris has announced that the U.S. Marine Corps has ordered 144 MRZR-D4 diesel-powered buggies dispatch with each of the Corps’ active infantry regiments. These rigs will help Marines get around where speed and maneuverability are more important than armor. Read more...

Four Soldiers Return from Korea

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US military personnel. From Korea • CPL Donald E. Matney, H Company, 2nd Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division, US Army, was lost on 20 July 1950 in South Korea. He was accounted for on 19 October 2016. • MAJ Jack D. Griffiths, Headquarters, 38th […]

A Sad End To A Promising Life: Captain Peter Fisher, Co. D 48th Pennsylvania Infantry

Peter Fisher, pictured as a Lieutenant(U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center) All I really ever knew about Peter Fisher was from what I gleaned from the regimental records.I knew, for example, that he was twenty-two-years-old whenShow More Summary

Another Returns

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US military personnel. From Korea • CPL Melvin R. Hill, X Corps, Heavy Mortar Company, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division, US Army, was lost on 2 December 1950 in North Korea. He was accounted for on 12 October 2016. Welcome back, elder brother-in-arms. Our apologies […]

Another Comes Home

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US soldier. From Korea • PFC William W. Cowan, M Company, 3rd Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, US Army, was lost on 12 February 1951 in South Korea. He was accounted for on 23 September 2016. Welcome back, elder brother-in-arms. Our apologies that your […]

Five Return from Korea

DPAA has identified and accounted for the following formerly-missing US military personnel. From Korea • CPL Wayne Minard, C Company, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, US Army, was lost on 26 November 1950 in North Korea. He was accounted for on 7 September 2016. • CPL David T. Nordin, Jr., K Company, […]

The 2nd Maryland Infantry Monument on Culp’s Hill

The monument to the 2nd Maryland Infantry Regiment on Lower Culp’s Hill/Spangler’s Hill. The Baltimore Cross is on each of the four faces of the capstone as most of the men in the regiment were recruited from Baltimore. The Maryland State Seal is the large bas relief carving on the front. Show More Summary

Liveblogging History: July 28, 1932: The Bonus Army

Poached: Eric Lemieux: _[This Day in Labor History: July 28, 1932][]_: >On July 28, 1932, the U.S. Army 12th Infantry regiment commanded by Douglas MacArthur and the 3rd Calvary Regiment, supported by six battle tanks commanded by Major George Patton violently evicted the Bonus Army from their Washington, D.C. encampment....

This Day in Labor History: July 28, 1932

On July 28, 1932, the U.S. Army 12th Infantry regiment commanded by Douglas MacArthur and the 3rd Calvary Regiment, supported by six battle tanks commanded by Major George Patton violently evicted the Bonus Army from their Washington, D.C. encampment. This violent action and horrible treatment of impoverished veterans shocked the American public and demonstrated the […]

British Soldier Dies During Training Exercise in Wales on Hottest Day of Year

A British soldier has died during a training exercise on the hottest day of the year so far. The infantry soldier in the Rifles regiment died on Tuesday in the Brecon Beacons area of Wales, the Ministry of Defence said. It is the fourth...Show More Summary

Visiting Normandy for D-Day: Jumping into Sainte-Mere-Eglise

The highlight of the trip was being able to jump into Sainte-Mere-Eglise along with troops from the 82nd Airborne Division, 173rd Infantry Regiment and many of our allied airborne partners.  It was an early morning rise at 0430 and on...Show More Summary

Private John P. Sersha comes home

Back in April, Hondo told us that Private John P. Sersha’s earthly remains had been identified. Sersha had been a member of F Co, 325th Glider Infantry regiment of the 82dh Airborne Division and he was killed September 27, 1944 during the battle known as Market-Garden in Holland’s Kiekberg forest. The battle was made popular […]

Caisson Platoon gets it’s coins

A few months ago, TSO did a fund raiser here for challenge coins for the Caisson Platoon of the 3rd Infantry Regiment at Fort Myers, Virginia. The American Legion reports on that event; “When I was going through training with many of you, I kept a little green book where I would write down things […]

Congress Honors Army's Borinqueneers with Gold Medal

10 months agoMilitary / US Military : Army News

Leaders of the House and Senate have awarded the Congressional Gold Medal to the Army's 65th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Borinqueneers.

Congress honors Army's Borinqueneers with gold medal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Leaders of the House and Senate have awarded the Congressional Gold Medal to the Army's 65th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Borinqueneers (bohr-ehn-kin-EERS'). The unit was first formed as Puerto Rican volunteers, and was redesignated as the 65th Infantry Regiment in 1920.

British and US troops collaborate in technology experiments

The British 3rd Battalion, The Rifles of the United Kingdom, and Soldiers of A Company, 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry Regiment (Experimentation Force), partnered with the Maneuver Battle Lab to execute the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment, experimenting with a myriad of different technologies and how they can be applied to future war fighting tactics. The purpose

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