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119th Field Artillery Group ...

United States. Army. 119th Field Artillery Group.

119th Field Artillery Group ...

World War II, European Theatre of Operations.

by United States. Army. 119th Field Artillery Group.

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Published by Printing by Illert and Ewald in Gross-Steinheim, Offenbach, Ger .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Western Front.
    • Subjects:
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Regimental histories -- United States -- 119th Field Artillery Group,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Western Front.

    • Edition Notes

      Lieut. Col. Culp, editor. cf. p. 7.

      ContributionsCulp, George A., 1910- , ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD769.34 119th .A5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination213, [2] p. incl. fronts., illus. (incl. ports., maps; part col.)
      Number of Pages213
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6496595M
      LC Control Number46002526
      OCLC/WorldCa5854071

      rd Field Artillery; rd Field Hospital; rd Infantry; rd Machine Gun Battalion; th Aero Squadron; th Ammunition Train; th Engineers; th Field Artillery; th Field Hospital; th Infantry; th Sanitary Train; th Aero Squadron; th Engineers; th Field Artillery; th Field Hospital ; th Infantry; th. The 72nd Field Artillery Brigade, although composed of veteran troops, is a comparatively new organization. It is made up of the th Field Artillery, the th Field Artillery, and the nd Field Artillery and was formed in September, , under the command of Colonel Joseph H. Lewis, who has since been promoted to the rank of Brigadier.

      Participating in the parade were 18th Field Artillery Group, 3rd Field Artillery (Battery), and the th Field Arlillery Battalion. An Award, the Commendation Ribbon, was presented to Master Sergeant James J. Brennan, the Sergeant Major of the th, by Colonel Rawie, 18th Group Commander, for outstanding bravery while he was stationed at Fort. Regimental Combat Team, Field Artillery Btln, Engineer Co. The th Battalion was absorbed into the RCT as its 1st battalion. rd Regimental Combat Team: Formed in from HQ 2nd Armored Group, , , and AAA Battalions: Tank Battalions: Independent armored units that were assigned as support units.

      The th AAA Battalion fired rounds of 90mm Ammunition in this artillery grounds mission at LaHaye DuPuits. rounds of this total were fired on missions on July 26th , the day the drive started. rounds were fired in the first 55 minutes of the initial barrage and as a result of this we were nicknamed the "Shot Gun.   I am always on the lookout for information related to the th Armored Field Artillery Battalion in which my father-in-law served during WWII. Recently I purchased two books about the M7 “Priest,” the mobile mm Howitzer artillery piece utilized by the th AFA as well as by numerous other similar U.S. and British units.


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