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  • #16
    Re: Rep your Unit(s)

    C/276 Engineer Co.
    HHS/1-246 FA
    A/1-246 FA
    E/111 FA
    Det 4, STARC-VA
    HHB/29 DIVARTY
    Recruiting & Retention Command, VaARNG
    JFHQ-Va, with duty at ARNG Readiness Center
    TF PHOENIX
    HHD/91 Troop Command


    The first six of those units no longer exist. Sigh.

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    • #17
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      Maybe no one will get this but

      A/1/507th parachute infantry regiment baby!

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      • #18
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        A 1-246 FA
        1173rd TC
        RSP, Recruiting & Retention Command, VaARNG

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        • #19
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          100th Troop Command
          579th Engineer Battalion
          649th Engineer Company (HC)
          C Co, 579th En Bn, (M)
          Task Force Lion

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          • #20
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            Originally posted by PalatialGabe
            Maybe no one will get this but

            A/1/507th parachute infantry regiment baby!

            Quit being a dork, you were only there 3wks

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            • #21
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              Originally posted by Phantom
              Quit being a dork, you were only there 3wks
              4, I had to mow lawns a week. **** holdunder status.

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              • #22
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                VT-27
                HT-18
                HSL-40
                HSL-44
                HSL-40
                CCDG-5
                HSL-41
                NS Mayport
                Det 1 B Co 1204th (FLARNG)
                C Co 1-111th (FLARNG)

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                • #23
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                  115th MP CO, RI ARNG

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                  • #24
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                    AD
                    94-96 MALS 26
                    96-98 HMM 266

                    Guard
                    09-?? 289th Vert EN CO

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                    • #25
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                      870th MP CO CANG

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                      • #26
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                        HHC 32d IBCT
                        1158th TC (64th)
                        Red Arrow Hooah!


                        9While a MI/WI division before becoming a Wisconsin Brigade) The Division’s history has an honored past reaching back to its antecedents: the fighters of the Blackhawk War; the volunteers who marched off to defend the Union in the Civil War, including the famous 'Iron Brigade'; and the Governor’s Guards who mobilized for the Spanish American War.

                        The Division served on the front line during World War I from 18 May 1918 until the end of the War on 11 November 1918. It was the first American Division to pierce the famed Hindenburg Line, (where the 'Red Arrow' comes from) fought in 4 major offensives and earned the name “Les Terribles” from the French.

                        The 32nd Division was the only American division to be bestowed with a nom-de-guerre by an Allied nation during the war.

                        The colors of all four Infantry Regiments, three Artillery Regiments and three Machine Gun Battalions were decorated with the French Croix de Guerre with Palm. These were the only National Guard units bestowed with the highest order of the Croix de Guerre during WWI.

                        The 32nd Division was the first U.S. Division to fight an offensive action against the Japanese in the Southwest Pacific.

                        The Division fought in six major engagements in four Campaigns involving 654 days of combat, more than any other American Division.

                        The 32nd Division was reorganized on 27 December 1967 and on that date ceased to exist as a full Division. However, the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Separate), Wisconsin National Guard, was created to continue the lineage and heritage of the famous 32nd “Red Arrow” Division.

                        In October 1996 the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Mechanized), Wisconsin National Guard, was assigned to the 34th "Red Bull" Infantry Division (the 34th Div. is headquartered in Minnesota). The 32nd Brigade was now a divisional brigade and was no longer a (Separate) brigade.

                        On 1 October 2001 the Brigade was reorganized as the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Separate) (Light), Wisconsin National Guard. The 32nd Brigade is no longer attached to the 34th ID and is again a (Separate) brigade.

                        On 23 January 2003 about 100 soldiers from various 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade units reported for active duty for service as Task Force Red Arrow in support of Operation Noble Eagle (ONE). Task Force Red Arrow supplemented security for two years at three of Wisconsin's airbases, the 440th Air-lift Wing in Milwaukee, the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee, and the 115th Fighter Wing in Madison.

                        On 20 June 2004 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The battalion of 680 soldiers has its Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Eau Claire; its subordinate units inlcude Detachment 1, HHC, Abbotsford; Company A, Menomonie; Company B, New Richmond; Detachment 1, Co. B, Rice Lake; Company C, Arcadia; Detachment 1, Co. C, Neillsville; Company D, River Falls. They left Wisconsin on 23 June for training at Camp Shelby, MS, and Fort Irwin, CA, before being deployed to Iraq.

                        On 6 June 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 2nd Battalion, 127th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The battalion of 630 soldiers has its Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Appleton; its subordinate units include Company A, Waupun; Detachment 1, Co. A, Ripon; Company B, Green Bay; Company C, Fond du Lac; Company D, Marinette. They left Wisconsin on 9 June for training at Camp Shelby, MS, before being deployed overseas.

                        On 10 August 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 120th Field Artillery, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The Battalion has its Headquarters and Headquarters Service Battery in Wisconsin Rapids; its subordinate units include Detachment 1, HHS, Mosinee; Battery A, Marshfield; Battery B, Clintonville; Battery C, Stevens Point. They left Wisconsin on 13 August for training at Camp Shelby, MS, before being deployed overseas.

                        On 17 August 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 2nd Battalion, 128th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The battalion of 600 soldiers has its Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Madison; its subordinate units include Company A, Fort Atkinson and Elkhorn; Company B, Oconomowoc and Hartford; Company C, Baraboo and Reedsburg; Company D, Watertown. They left Wisconsin on 20 August for training at Camp Shelby, MS, before being deployed overseas.

                        On 1 February 2009 the entire 32D “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade Combat Team, plus other attached Wisconsin Army National Guard units, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The units left Wisconsin at staggered intervals throughout February for training at Fort Bliss, TX, before being deployed overseas. Additional information will be forthcoming.
                        Last edited by WIBecky74; April 22nd, 2010, 03:44 PM.

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                        • #27
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                          950th clearance Company, 724th engineering battalion, 157th Meneuver Enhancement Brigade, WIANG (after 21B OSUT)

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                          • #28
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                            Originally posted by WIBecky74
                            HHC 32d IBCT
                            1158th TC (64th)
                            Red Arrow Hooah!


                            9While a MI/WI division before becoming a Wisconsin Brigade) The Division’s history has an honored past reaching back to its antecedents: the fighters of the Blackhawk War; the volunteers who marched off to defend the Union in the Civil War, including the famous 'Iron Brigade'; and the Governor’s Guards who mobilized for the Spanish American War.

                            The Division served on the front line during World War I from 18 May 1918 until the end of the War on 11 November 1918. It was the first American Division to pierce the famed Hindenburg Line, (where the 'Red Arrow' comes from) fought in 4 major offensives and earned the name “Les Terribles” from the French.

                            The 32nd Division was the only American division to be bestowed with a nom-de-guerre by an Allied nation during the war.

                            The colors of all four Infantry Regiments, three Artillery Regiments and three Machine Gun Battalions were decorated with the French Croix de Guerre with Palm. These were the only National Guard units bestowed with the highest order of the Croix de Guerre during WWI.

                            The 32nd Division was the first U.S. Division to fight an offensive action against the Japanese in the Southwest Pacific.

                            The Division fought in six major engagements in four Campaigns involving 654 days of combat, more than any other American Division.

                            The 32nd Division was reorganized on 27 December 1967 and on that date ceased to exist as a full Division. However, the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Separate), Wisconsin National Guard, was created to continue the lineage and heritage of the famous 32nd “Red Arrow” Division.

                            In October 1996 the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Mechanized), Wisconsin National Guard, was assigned to the 34th "Red Bull" Infantry Division (the 34th Div. is headquartered in Minnesota). The 32nd Brigade was now a divisional brigade and was no longer a (Separate) brigade.

                            On 1 October 2001 the Brigade was reorganized as the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Separate) (Light), Wisconsin National Guard. The 32nd Brigade is no longer attached to the 34th ID and is again a (Separate) brigade.

                            On 23 January 2003 about 100 soldiers from various 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade units reported for active duty for service as Task Force Red Arrow in support of Operation Noble Eagle (ONE). Task Force Red Arrow supplemented security for two years at three of Wisconsin's airbases, the 440th Air-lift Wing in Milwaukee, the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee, and the 115th Fighter Wing in Madison.

                            On 20 June 2004 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The battalion of 680 soldiers has its Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Eau Claire; its subordinate units inlcude Detachment 1, HHC, Abbotsford; Company A, Menomonie; Company B, New Richmond; Detachment 1, Co. B, Rice Lake; Company C, Arcadia; Detachment 1, Co. C, Neillsville; Company D, River Falls. They left Wisconsin on 23 June for training at Camp Shelby, MS, and Fort Irwin, CA, before being deployed to Iraq.

                            On 6 June 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 2nd Battalion, 127th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The battalion of 630 soldiers has its Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Appleton; its subordinate units include Company A, Waupun; Detachment 1, Co. A, Ripon; Company B, Green Bay; Company C, Fond du Lac; Company D, Marinette. They left Wisconsin on 9 June for training at Camp Shelby, MS, before being deployed overseas.

                            On 10 August 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 120th Field Artillery, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The Battalion has its Headquarters and Headquarters Service Battery in Wisconsin Rapids; its subordinate units include Detachment 1, HHS, Mosinee; Battery A, Marshfield; Battery B, Clintonville; Battery C, Stevens Point. They left Wisconsin on 13 August for training at Camp Shelby, MS, before being deployed overseas.

                            On 17 August 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 2nd Battalion, 128th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The battalion of 600 soldiers has its Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Madison; its subordinate units include Company A, Fort Atkinson and Elkhorn; Company B, Oconomowoc and Hartford; Company C, Baraboo and Reedsburg; Company D, Watertown. They left Wisconsin on 20 August for training at Camp Shelby, MS, before being deployed overseas.

                            On 1 February 2009 the entire 32D “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade Combat Team, plus other attached Wisconsin Army National Guard units, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The units left Wisconsin at staggered intervals throughout February for training at Fort Bliss, TX, before being deployed overseas. Additional information will be forthcoming.
                            Wall of text.

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                            • #29
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                              Originally posted by PalatialGabe
                              Wall of text.
                              Yes Sir! Unit names dont mean much, it is the history behind them and very proud of ours!

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                              • #30
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                                Originally posted by WIBecky74
                                HHC 32d IBCT
                                1158th TC (64th)
                                Red Arrow Hooah!


                                While a MI/WI division before becoming a Wisconsin Brigade

                                The Division served on the front line during World War I from 18 May 1918 until the end of the War on 11 November 1918. The 32nd Division was the only American division to be bestowed with a nom-de-guerre by an Allied nation during the war.
                                The 32nd Division was the first U.S. Division to fight an offensive action against the Japanese in the Southwest Pacific.

                                The Division fought in six major engagements in four Campaigns involving 654 days of combat, more than any other American Division.

                                The 32nd Division was reorganized on 27 December 1967

                                In October 1996 and 1 OCT 2001 the 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade (Mechanized), Wisconsin National Guard, was reorganized again.

                                On 23 January 2003 about 100 soldiers from various 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade units reported for active duty for service as Task Force Red Arrow in support of Operation Noble Eagle (ONE).

                                On 20 June 2004 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

                                On 6 June 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 2nd Battalion, 127th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

                                On 10 August 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 1st Battalion, 120th Field Artillery, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

                                On 17 August 2005 the 32nd "Red Arrow" Infantry Brigade's 2nd Battalion, 128th Infantry, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

                                On 1 February 2009 the entire 32D “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade Combat Team, plus other attached Wisconsin Army National Guard units, was mobilized in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
                                Fix...and still long.

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