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Odds and Ends of the Field Artillery.

1stNJ Lt Arty Please Checkback For Updates. 02 July 2002 0230hrsZulu

Time On Target: The 155mm Howitzers

Towed & Self-Propelled Guns including the Paladin.

click for big pictureM109A2 *DoD photo*click for big picture of the Paladin M109

[U/Construction: Field Artillery Photos & Links]

Does anyone know the original source of these images? Please email.

HIMARS is a highly-mobile artillery rocket system offering the firepower of MLRS on a wheeled chassis. Thanks to Sandy's Artillery Page
HIMARS is a highly-mobile artillery rocket system offering the firepower of MLRS on a wheeled chassis.

Field Artillery Regiments

The 34th Field Artillery Battalion [click for Unit Histories]

Presidential Unit Citation: Tunisia 1943: Major William C.Westmoreland

Presidential Unit Citation awarded for Thala, Tunisia Biography

2nd Bn 34th FA Regiment: 212th FA Group, Reforger, VII Corps: Ft. Lewis Washington 1969-72 visit

Unit History

MG Michael Maples,Currently serving as Vice Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Former Commanding General, USAFA and Fort Sill, OK [Chief of the Field Artillery]; former DCG 1st Armored Division,2000-2001; AXO C/2nd/34th FA 1971, XO 1972... Current Biography of General Maples Click Here

3/34th FA, Divarty, 9th Infantry Division, Vietnam ,Ft.Lewis, WA... 9th Infantry Division Guestbook
3/34 Field Artillery Riverine 105mm, thanks Octofoil Magazine & 9th Infantry Homepage
Riverine, 2nd Bde, 9th Infantry, RVN

27th Field Artillery History and Biographies: Sargent's 27th Arty page

212th Field Artillery Brigade, Ft. Sill

Click for History & Links for The 3rd Armored Cavalry

Ft.Lewis, WA 1970-72; Currently: Ft. Carson, CO

Blockhouse Fort Sill, USAFA Trng CommandSignal Mountain


Biographies and photographs of the USAFA.[work in progress-See Page 5-click on the PUC]

Bryant, John A., WW2 artilleryman 9th Infantry Division, Iceland & Europe, returned home with high points with the 884th field artillery,70th infantry. Deceased 1948. If you knew him,please email his brother Horace:[address updated 09/29/2004]

Redleg News

Please check back soon. . .

The Military.Com Homepage hosts a webpage for the 2/34th FA!

US Field Artillery Association Homepage

553rd FA BN & 3rd BN 18th Field Artillery Reunion, Las Vegas, NV 09/19/-09/21/2000. Harold Holland, phone# 909 678 7628. More Information

A Battery (TA)26FA Gulf War Reunion: 07/04-07/10/2001, Killeen,Texas Holiday Inn Rudy Latorre (813)996-1360

More Links: Click for Steelwind Web __ Click for FA Field Manual photos Homepage

US Artillery in Cold War GermanyClick for Links to a great FA webpage, thanks Walter Elkins

Click for Photographs of the 70th Infantry Divarty 1944-45 Click for 70th Division Homepage Also See my Unit History Page Click

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B/1-147 FA: wins 2002 Hamilton Best ARNG Battery Award - army national guard. On 3 October, the Chief of Field Artillery Major General Michael D. Maples presented the first-ever Alexander Hamilton Award.

Read about the artillery general who said "Nuts to the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge!Biography

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Comprehensive site for 17th Artillery Veterans

President Truman as a National Guard Artillery Officer CPT Harry S Truman: Battery D/129th Field Artillery/35th Division (75mm Horse Artillery)Meuse Argonne Combat 1918,AEF, WWI; Major, Missouri National Guard Artillery 1905-21.

"God fights on the side with the
best artillery."

Field Artillery Magazine

US Field Artillery Association...Join! Great Photos!

David Valcourt, Brig. Gen.director of strategy, plans and policy, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C., is being assigned as commanding general, U.S. Army Field Artillery Center and Fort Sill, Fort Sill, Okla.Oct. 2003.