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The 1st Cavalry Regiment is a United States Army unit to have its antecedents in the early 19th century in the formation of the United States Regiment of Dragoons. To this day, the unit's special designation is "First Regiment of Dragoons"

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The 58th Infantry Regiment is a regiment of the United States Army first established in 1917. The regiment was organized in 1917 from the Fourth Infantry shown on the small shield. The field is blue for Infantry. The regiment served in France in the Fourth Division shown by the ivy leaf from the shoulder insignia. The torpedo commemorates the first losses of the regiment when the troopship RMS Moldavia carrying some of the regiment was torpedoed on 23 May 1918. The broken chevron commemorates the piercing of the German line between Soissons and Rheims, which are represented by the silver and golden fleurs-de-lis taken from the coat of arms of those cities respectively. Currently the regiment may have two battalions. Since 1962, the 1st Battalion, 58th Infantry served with the 197th Infantry Brigade at Fort Benning. However, D, E, and F Companies served briefly in Vietnam, from 1967 to 1969, with the 4th Infantry Division. These companies performed long range reconnaissance missions and were later redesignated as ranger companies of the 75th Ranger Infantry Regiment (Airborne). The battalion appears to have been reflagged as the 4th Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment in the mid 1980s.[1] The 1st Battalion, 58th Infantry Regiment was reactivated on 16 May 1987. It took over the personnel and mission of the 4th Battalion, 2nd Infantry Training Brigade. The 2nd Battalion, 58th Infantry is tasked to provide trained and ready soldiers for the Army[2] as part of the 198th Infantry Brigade.

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Shield Red and white are the colors for the Corps of Engineers. The partition line is wavy to represent water and the pontoon represents the type of engineer battalion. Crest The organization’s first campaign during World War II is expressed by the face from the gold lion of the Normandy coat of arms. The fleur-de-lis is used to represent France and the Northern Campaigns of the unit during that same war. The castle turret and leaf refer to both Central Europe and the Rhineland. The leaf is black to allude to the coal regions of Alsace. Background The coat of arms was originally approved for the 87th Engineer Battalion (Heavy Ponton) on 5 December 1940. It was redesignated for the 87th Engineer Battalion on 10 June 1955. It was amended to add a crest on 15 April 1966.

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During the Vietnam War, elements of the regiment were assigned to the 199th Infantry Brigade.

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The 1st Cavalry Division next fought in the Vietnam War. No longer a conventional infantry unit, the division had become an air assault division as the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), commonly referred to as the 1st Air Cavalry Division. The use of helicopters on such large scale as troop carriers, cargo lift ships, medevacs, and as aerial rocket artillery, was never before implemented, but by doing so it freed the infantry from the tyranny of terrain to attack the enemy at the time and place of its choosing. In 1965, colors and subordinate unit designations of the 1st Cavalry Division were transferred from Korea to Fort Benning, Georgia, where they were used to reflag the existing 11th Air Assault Division (Test) into 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile). Concurrently, the colors and subordinate unit designations were transferred to Korea to reflag what had been the 1st Cavalry Division into the 2nd Infantry Division

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God Bless America & Those Who Defend It t shirts and gifts

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Sergeant (abbreviated to Sgt and capitalised when used as a named person's title) is a rank in many uniformed organizations, principally military and policing forces. Its origin is the Latin serviens, "one who serves", through the French term sergent. The term "sergeant" refers to a non-commissioned officer placed above the rank of a corporal and a police officer immediately below a lieutenant.[1] In most armies the rank of sergeant corresponds to command of a squad (or section). In Commonwealth armies, it is a more senior rank, corresponding roughly to a platoon second-in-command. In the United States Army, sergeant is a more junior rank corresponding to a four-soldier fireteam leader.

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Chief petty officer is the seventh enlisted rate in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard, just above petty officer first class and below senior chief petty officer. Chief petty officers are classified as senior non-commissioned officers. The grade of chief petty officer was established on April 1, 1893 for the U.S. Navy. The U.S. Congress first authorized the U.S. Coast Guard to use the promotion to chief petty officer on 18 May 1920. Unlike petty officer first class and lower rates, advancement to chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy not only carries requirements of time in service, superior evaluation scores, and specialty examinations, but also carries an added requirement of peer review. A chief petty officer can only advance after review by a selection board of serving master chief petty officers, in effect "choosing their own" and conversely not choosing others.

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The 1st Cavalry Division next fought in the Vietnam War. No longer a conventional infantry unit, the division had become an air assault division as the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), commonly referred to as the 1st Air Cavalry Division. The use of helicopters on such large scale as troop carriers, cargo lift ships, medevacs, and as aerial rocket artillery, was never before implemented, but by doing so it freed the infantry from the tyranny of terrain to attack the enemy at the time and place of its choosing. In 1965, colors and subordinate unit designations of the 1st Cavalry Division were transferred from Korea to Fort Benning, Georgia, where they were used to reflag the existing 11th Air Assault Division (Test) into 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile). Concurrently, the colors and subordinate unit designations were transferred to Korea to reflag what had been the 1st Cavalry Division into the 2nd Infantry Division

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I'm a Veteran and I can tell you the most annoying thing is hearing people remember the Vets only once or twice a year. If you want to make a difference with Veterans, it's important to realize that acknowledging them only a few times a year is problematic. Help Vets. Listen to Vets. Support Vets. Hire Vets.

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In the United States Army, U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Air Force, a first lieutenant is a junior commissioned officer. It is just above the rank of second lieutenant and just below the rank of captain. It is equivalent to the rank of lieutenant (junior grade) in the other uniformed services. Promotion to first lieutenant is governed by Department of Defense policies derived from the Defense Officer Personnel Management Act of 1980. DOPMA guidelines suggest all "fully qualified" officers should be promoted to first lieutenant. A second lieutenant (grade O-1) is usually promoted to first lieutenant (grade O-2) after 18 months in the Army or 24 months in the Marine Corps and Air Force. The difference between the two ranks is slight, primarily being experienced and having higher pay. It is not uncommon to see officers moved to positions requiring more experience after promotion to first lieutenant.

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Military Assistance Command, Vietnam – Studies and Observations Group (MACV-SOG) was a highly classified, multi-service United States special operations unit which conducted covert unconventional warfare operations prior to and during the Vietnam War.

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Tet 1969 refers to the attacks mounted by principally forces of North Vietnam and Viet Cong in February 1969 in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War, one year after the original Tet Offensive. Most attacks centered on military targets near Saigon and Da Nang and were quickly beaten off. Some speculate that the attacks were mounted to test the will of the new U.S. President Richard Nixon who retaliated by secretly bombing Communist sanctuaries in Cambodia the following month. Numerous U.S. bases were breached, these attacks were all beaten back but did inflict casualties and reinforced the fact that Communist forces were able to mount attacks at will. Intelligence had indicators of the pending attacks. On 19 February, a Hoi Chanh surrendered to ARVN forces and revealed a large VC force would attack key installations in the Saigon area to include Long Binh Post. Unfortunately, the reporting was delayed and did not reach Long Binh until the morning of 22 February 1969, the day the Hoi Chanh warned the attacks were set to begin. After sundown on the 22nd, elements of the 274th VC Regiment, 5th VC Division made their final preparations while occupying three hills along Highway 15. The regiment was located approximately three kilometers south of the base. That evening, several ambush squads from the 720th MP Battalion, 18th MP Brigade kept watch along potential avenues of approach to Long Binh Post. One of the MP ambush squads held a position within a kilometer of the VC stronghold. At 0200 hours on 23 February, the 274th VC Regiment initiated their attack with an estimated 78 rounds of rocket and mortar fire from their positions. The rounds landed on post with some igniting the POL fuel site east of the highway

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Recon teams, MACV-SOG also deployed exploitation teams or "hatchet teams" which were of platoon size and consisted of Americans and indigenous troops.

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Vietnam design with junk boat at sunset.

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Vietnam Baseball T-Shirt

by Malchev
$26 $20
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Vietnam

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Vietnam Baseball T-Shirt

by SeattleDesignCompany
$26 $20

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Vietnam Veteran Baseball T-Shirt

by Wykd_Designs
$26 $20
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Vietnam Veteran T Shirts and gifts

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vector, digital, Modern, Gary Grayson, graphic, Design, Decorative, Pop Art, Illustration, poster, music

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Vietnam Veteran Baseball T-Shirt

by GraysonDesign
$26 $20
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Inspired by Animal House

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Vet School Baseball T-Shirt

by Tag078
$26 $20
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I Am A Vet Tech

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Vietnam Veterans - All Gave Some Some Gave All t shirts and gifts

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Vietnam Veteran

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Year of the dog chinese horoscope, great gift for any french bulldog owner. Dog love funny graphic tshirt.

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I AM VET

I AM VET Baseball T-Shirt

by Digz
$26 $20

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I LOVE VET TECHS Baseball T-Shirt

by SCSDESIGNS
$26 $20
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Get your Nam on with this awesome surf t-shirt. Ideal as a cool birthday t shirt or as a gift idea for a friend. Nothing beats a retro movie tee for belly laughs... Get some!

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nature photography

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Foggy Mountain in Vietnam Baseball T-Shirt

by SILVA_CAPITANA
$26 $20
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When the 1st Infantry Division deployed to Vietnam in 1965, additional manoeuvre battalions were required; thus two infantry battalions from the 2nd Brigade, 5th Infantry Division, at Fort Devens, Massachusetts, were relieved and assigned to "The Big Red One." In September 1965, the 2nd Brigade, 5th Infantry Division was moved, minus personnel, to Fort Carson, Colorado, and refilled there. The remaining personnel at Fort Devens formed the basis of the 196th Infantry Brigade. By 1968 the division was stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado, as a mechanized formation. 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division was dispatched to Vietnam af

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Educated in Vietnam

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Decorative Graphic Design, digitally created using vector and pixel based applications, enhanced with graphic typographic and artistic methods.

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Vietnam Veteran Ribbons Baseball T-Shirt

by GraysonDesign
$26 $20
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MERRY CHRISTMAS VIETNAM VETERAN ORDER NOW if you like. Thank you

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For all the Vietnam lovers out there. You must visit this place once in a life time. If you love Vietnam and their culture then this is the right design for you.

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I Love Vietnam Baseball T-Shirt

by Rebellion10
$26 $20
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The term "Tet offensive" usually refers to the January–February 1968 offensive, but it can also include the so-called "Mini-Tet" offensives that took place in May and August, or the 21 weeks of unusually intense combat which followed the initial attacks in January. 1968 Tet Offensive Casualties US Forces KIA 1,536 WIA 7,764 MIA 11 ARVN KIA 2,788 WIA 8,299 MIA 587 NVA/VC KIA 45,000

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