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The 1. The infantry division served with distinction in all but one of the major wars of the last century.

The eighth. In June 1917, two months after the United States entered World War I, the 16th, 18th, 26th, and 28th Congresses were formed. Infantry Regiment, the 5th, 6th and 7th Infantry Regiments. Artillery Regiment and the 1. Pioneer Regiment at 1. The 28th. In May 1918, the Red Army of the American Expeditionary Force achieved its first battlefield success when it captured and held Cantigny, followed by victories at Soissons, Saint-Mihiel, and Meuse-Argonne.

In 1940, the army was reorganized from square divisions to triangular divisions, each of which had only three regiments under its command – in the case of the 1st Army, one regiment. Infantry Division, these are the 16th, 18th and 26th Infantry Divisions. As the United States entered World War II, the 1st ID Brigade received amphibious warfare training, which it used in the landings in North Africa on 8 November 1942, in Sicily on 10 July 1943, and at Omaha Beach in Normandy on 6 July 1943. June 1944.

Soldiers of the 16th Regiment Infantry, 1. Division, occupied their trenches at Gypsum Hill, Merthe-et-Moselle, 19th Regiment. November 1917. It was preceded by the bloody victories of Cantigny, Soissons, Saint-Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. / Museum of 1. Infantry Division

Two soldiers from 1. Division inspects the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen, Germany, after being attacked on the 17th. March 1945 collapsed – not before the Americans had taken the other side of the Rhine. / Getty Images

Troops of 1. IDs occupied a mortar position in combat zone C, while B-52s were deployed during Operation Attleboro on the 20th. November 1966 bombing of enemy positions in neighbouring Cambodia. / AP

Soldiers of the 1. Infantry Division, supported by a Bradley fighting vehicle of the 82nd Infantry Division. Airborne Division, anti-aircraft fire near Fallujah, Iraq, 8. November 2003. Two people were killed and one injured that day when an IED destroyed Bradley’s vehicle. / Getty Images

The M-60 machine gunner carried weapons and ammunition boxes and participated in a battle between 1st ID and the 273rd Viet Cong Regiment 25 miles east of Saigon in May 1967. / AP

Big Red One troops confront an Iraqi civilian during the capture of Samarra, 125 miles north of Baghdad, 13th Inf. November 2004. / Getty Images

Staff Sgt. John Gregory leads a mounted patrol of the 1st ID in Adhamiyah, Iraq, 10th Inf. April 2007. / US Army

The division took part in such memorable battles as the Kasserine Pass, El Huettar, Aachen and the Hürtgen Forest and then celebrated V-J Day in Czechoslovakia. At the end of the war, 16 members of Unit 1 were awarded the Medal of Honor.

During the Korean War from 1950 to 1953, the division fought against Soviet forces in Germany. But it was involved in the fighting in Vietnam (1965-70), and its commander, Major General Keith L. Weir, was among those killed when his helicopter crashed on the 13th. September 1968 was rejected.

Since the end of the Cold War, Big Red has been involved in the Gulf War (1990-91), helped keep the peace in the Balkans (1996-2003), and has been involved in the current conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. After the 1. The army has weathered all but one of the major wars of the last century with distinction and is ready for each new century. MH

This article appeared in the May 2021 issue of Military History. For more content, subscribe here and visit us on Facebook :

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