The history of the 43d Infantry Division, 1941-1945

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Leander L. Doan, including radio messages, sent to and received from supporting units and higher headquarters relating to units, maneuvers and movements, road blocks, tanks, artillery, troop locations, enemy positions, check points, combat actions, minefields, air support, intelligence reports, supplies, and losses. The journal and log also includes casualty reports, lists of medals awarded, after action reports and accounts by Historical Division writers.

Includes Copy of letter, General J. Lawton Collins to Col.

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Samuel Hogan, April , letter from Brig. Gen Doyle O.

December Camp Polk, Desert training, July - Oct. Interview with Col. William B. George Garton, CCB.

The History of the 43rd Infantry Division, 1941-1945

Program on the December action of Lt. Saved from execution by his ability to drive a jeep, he eventually was placed in POW camp and liberated by Russian soldiers on 23 April, German Panther tank kill, Cologne, March, Captured German film - Ardennes, Dec.


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During this time, many Vermont tank crews competed in gunnery exercises held in West Germany and consistently brought back awards. Training was rigorous during the Soviet threat peak years of the late's thru mid's. Germany was the primary area of operations of the 50th Armored Division if it had been activated. Reorganizing the Army National Guard to meet the new 'Division 86' structure in the mids was a challenging process.

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It was decided to dissolve the 50th Armored Division, thus in , the brigade was reassigned to the 26th Infantry Division. As an armor unit the 86th Brigade excelled at gunnery, becoming the only National Guard armor unit to consistently accomplish Tank Table XII, which requires a platoon of four tanks to advance and fire simultaneously on a live fire range. When the 26th Division inactivated in , the 86th Brigade joined the 42nd Infantry Division and was soon to receive M1A2 Abrams main battle tanks.

The brigade was deployed with various elements and attachments, to Iraq in — as Task Force Redleg, on a security mission to Kuwait in as Task Force Green Mountain, redeploying in In , the brigade was re-designated as the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Mountain and began a transformation from a "heavy" brigade to a specialized light infantry formation, using 3rd Battalion nd Infantry Regiment Mountain , previously a separate battalion, as the nucleus.

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The 86th brigade turned in its Abrams tanks and ended its armor designation, after almost 43 years of such history. Turning armor formations into infantry and cavalry units while adding 1st Battalion nd Infantry from Connecticut, the brigade slowly formed from to Around February Soldiers of the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team were beginning to receive notification of their upcoming deployment. While in Indiana the Brigade trained and prepped for their future deployment to Afghanistan. After receiving numerous replacements and volunteer Soldiers the Brigade was sent back to JRTC for one more rotation before they left the country.

The majority of the Brigade landed in Afghanistan in early March. The Brigade was tasked with numerous missions being conducted all over Eastern Afghanistan. The Brigade was released from Federal service and returned to the Northeast to continue their respective State missions. A large amount of the Brigade was awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation for their service from 8 March — 4 December for their exceptional performance while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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