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  • officer in the regular United States Army. He showed brilliant promise and joined the 10th Cavalry. While stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, he perfected a drainage system that eliminated the stagnant water, and malaria, plaguing the
  • for the funds entrusted to him. A later Army review suggested he had been singled out for his race, but at the time there wasn't much justice available for a young African American soldier. In December, a court-martial acquitted him
  • to let an injustice lie uncorrected. The Army exonerated him in 1976, changed his discharge to honorable and reburied him with full honors. But one thing remained to be done, and now it will be. With great pleasure and humility, I now
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  • and M1 generators outside CONUS. To support US Army Europe equipment, IWS entered into several Teaming Agreements with major US OEM's. GENERAL EXPERIENCES Based the decades of experience, IWS has become a liable partner for the US
  • and manufacturer of the STW 90 for the German Army. SYNOPSIS IWS was founded in 1963, and has about 530 employees. The production workspace is 280,000 square foot and a storage space of 53,000 square foot (company and government
  • fields of IWS are in the support of the US Army and German Army in depot level overhaul, maintenance, repair, modification and modernisation of tactical wheeled and tracked vehicles. We also specialise in the design and manufacturing of
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  • chief commissary and quartermaster to the Army of Southwest Missouri, which practically severed his connection with the regiment. On the 12th of February, 1863, the headquarters and so much of the regiment as had been
  • La., and thence, on the 6th, to join the Army under General Grant then in Mississippi, accompanying the brigade to Champion Hills and arriving there on the 16th to take part that afternoon in the battle of "Champion Hills"
  • examination, believes unequalled in the Army, and respectfully ask the General Commanding the Department to allow it the inscription awarded." The battalion left Camp Sherman September 27, 1863, for
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  • By CAPTAIN CHARLES KING, UNITED STATES ARMY.   WHAT a cry went up in the British ARMY when the fiat went forth a few years' since, depriving those proud old regiments of the line of the designations they had
  •   WHAT a cry went up in the British ARMY when the fiat went forth a few years' since, depriving those proud old regiments of the line of the designations they had borne for twice a century! With what sorrow were the old
  • of that most gallant, if often most misled of armies, to see no more in print of the doings of the 55th, the 88th—dashing old "Faugh a Ballaghs"; the 28th, they of the Square at Quatre Bras and Waterloo; the 1st, the 44th, the 9th, 21st
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  • March 1865, Mack served with the Army in charge of Navy howitzers during the attack on St. Marks and, throughout this fierce engagement, made remarkable efforts in assisting transport of the gun. His
  • in check all night to cover the retreat of the Army. MULLEN, PATRICK Rank and organization: Boatswain's Mate, U.S. Navy. Entered service at: Baltimore, Md. Birth: Baltimore, Md. G.O. No.: 59, 22 June
  • organization: Captain, Ordnance Department, U.S. Army. Place and date: At Chickamauga, Ga., 20 September 1863. Entered service at: Harrisburgh, Pa. Born: 15 April 1837, Huntington, Pa. Date of issue:
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  • intricate maneuvers. Therefore, today's armies use colors in ceremonies but do not carry them into battle. 4. Official Army records contain no mention of any unit of the United States Army having lost its colors to the enemy during
  • not carry them into battle. 4. Official Army records contain no mention of any unit of the United States Army having lost its colors to the enemy during World War II, the Korean War, or the war in Vietnam. There is also no record of any
  • no mention of any unit of the United States Army having lost its colors to the enemy during World War II, the Korean War, or the war in Vietnam. There is also no record of any unit having its colors taken away as a punishment for any
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  • extracted from THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF STAFF AND LINE WITH PORTRAITS OF GENERALS-IN-CHIEF     280   THE NINTH
  • time all chaplains had been appointed in the ARMY, designated to posts, and known as post chaplains.   The original vacancies in the grades of first and second lieutenant were to be filled by selection from among the
  • one-third from among officers of the regular ARMY. It was further provided that to be eligible for selection, an active service of two years in the field during the War of the Rebellion was necessary; also that applicants should have
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