42nd Infantry Division History<br />Unclassified<br />
World War One<br />World War Two<br />The Cold War<br />9-11 and the Global War on Terror<br />Operation Iraqi Freedom<br ...
World War I<br />America Rushes to Mobilize<br />26 States and District of Columbia contribute National Guard units<br />E...
World War I<br />Deploys to France, Nov. 1917<br />Battle of Champagne<br />Chateau-Thierry<br />St. Mihiel<br />Verdun	<b...
World War I<br />
World War II<br />MG Harry Collins, 42nd Division Commander, Reactivation Ceremony, July 1943:<br />"The 42nd Division rep...
World War II<br />Task Force Linden, the division’s infantry regiments deploy to Southern France, Dec. 1944<br /><ul><li>D...
First in 7th Corps to penetrate the German border at the Siegfried Line</li></li></ul><li>World War II<br />Liberation of ...
World War II<br />Liberation of Schweinfurt, Nuremburg, Munich<br /><ul><li>Occupation duties in Austria, 1945-46</li></li...
Cold War<br />Strategic Reserve to the Army<br />
One of 18 Combat Divisions<br />
Disaster Response<br />More state active duty call-ups in 1990s than ever before in the division’s history<br />1995 Flood...
9-11<br />Response and Recovery at Ground Zero<br />
9-11: The Guard Responds<br />
9-11: The Guard Responds<br />
The Global War on Terror:Homeland Security<br />
Serving a Nation at War<br />OpnNoble Eagle<br />West Point, Canadian border<br />NYC bridges, tunnels, airports and rail ...
 42nd Infantry Division mobilizes May-July 2004<br />Operation Iraqi Freedom<br /><ul><li> Soldiers from Seven Rainbow sta...
TF Liberty forms with 23,000 Soldiers from Active Army, Army Reserve and National Guard
29 states across the U.S. plus Puerto Rico and American Samoa
Deploys to Iraq fall 2004 and early 2005
Relief in Place with 1st Infantry Division</li></li></ul><li>Liberty Across the U.S.<br />VT<br />MT<br />MN<br />OR<br />...
<ul><li>42nd ID States
NY (HHC 42 ID)</li></ul> 		      (AVN BDE HQ)<br /> 		      (EN BDE HQ)<br /> 		      (642 MI)<br /> 		      (642 DASB)<br...
RI (173 LRS(D))
VT (Det, HHC)
FL (Det, Co B 642 DASB)
Other ARNG States
CA (1-140 AV)
ID (116 CAV BDE)
MT(1-163 AR)
OR(3-116 AR)</li></ul> 		              (G TRP, 82 CAV)<br /><ul><li>IN (E Btry, 139 FA)
KS (E Btry, 161 FA)
MO (D/735 MSB)
MN (B/434 MSB)
MS (PLT/A/628 ASB)
PA (A/628 DASB)</li></ul>	         (1-103 AR)<br /> 		     (Co C 103 EN)<br /><ul><li>TN (278 ACR)
TX (Co C, 386 EN)</li></ul>(3-133 FA)<br /><ul><li>WI (1-128 IN)
Puerto Rico (918 MP Co)
Samoa (793 EN Det)
Active Army Units
GA (BCTs, 3rd ID)
KS (2-34 AR)
NC (1-17 CAV)</li></ul>		       (22 MPAD)<br /><ul><li>OK (3-13 FA)
USAR Units
AZ (877 Postal Co)
CA (40 FIN)</li></ul> 		      (376 PSB)<br /> 		      (445 CA)<br /><ul><li>CO (324 PSYOP)
IL (300 Postal)</li></ul> 		  (326 Postal)<br />         	  (331 Postal)<br /><ul><li>KY (8-229 AV)
MS (467 EN)
NY (448 Postal)
OH (983 EN)
  HI (100-442 IN TACON)</li></ul>Task Force Liberty<br />
Task Force Liberty<br />42nd Infantry Division Troops<br />3rd Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery		274thAir Support Opns Squ...
Area of OperationsMultinational Division North Central<br />Provinces<br />As-Sulaymaniyah<br />Kirkuk<br />Diyala<br />Sa...
42nd Transition of Authority<br />
FOB Danger, Tikrit Iraq<br />
Task Force Liberty<br /><ul><li> The first deployment of a National Guard combat division headquarters for wartime service...
 Employing the Army concept of modularity</li></li></ul><li>Operation Liberty Torch<br />
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42 ID Overview Nov 2010

  1. 1. 42nd Infantry Division History<br />Unclassified<br />
  2. 2. World War One<br />World War Two<br />The Cold War<br />9-11 and the Global War on Terror<br />Operation Iraqi Freedom<br />Bright Star<br />Yama Sakura<br />Domestic Operations<br />Brigades Aligned for Training<br />Outline<br />
  3. 3. World War I<br />America Rushes to Mobilize<br />26 States and District of Columbia contribute National Guard units<br />Experienced units from Mexican expedition, 1916-17<br />Born August 5th, 1917 at Camp Mills, LI for mobilization training<br />Two Infantry Brigades, Artillery Brigade and Engineer Regiment<br />Col. Douglas MacArthur, the division’s first Chief of Staff forms the unit and coins the nickname<br />"The 42nd Division stretches like a Rainbow from one end of America to the other."<br />
  4. 4. World War I<br />Deploys to France, Nov. 1917<br />Battle of Champagne<br />Chateau-Thierry<br />St. Mihiel<br />Verdun <br />Argonne<br /> Occupation Duties, 1918-19<br />
  5. 5. World War I<br />
  6. 6. World War II<br />MG Harry Collins, 42nd Division Commander, Reactivation Ceremony, July 1943:<br />"The 42nd Division represents the people of America.”<br />
  7. 7. World War II<br />Task Force Linden, the division’s infantry regiments deploy to Southern France, Dec. 1944<br /><ul><li>Defeats Germany’s “OperationNordwind,” the German counteroffensive in Alsace-Lorraine, the “Southern Battle of the Bulge”
  8. 8. First in 7th Corps to penetrate the German border at the Siegfried Line</li></li></ul><li>World War II<br />Liberation of 33,000 inmates of the notorious Dachau Concentration Camp, April 29, 1945<br />
  9. 9. World War II<br />Liberation of Schweinfurt, Nuremburg, Munich<br /><ul><li>Occupation duties in Austria, 1945-46</li></li></ul><li>Cold War<br />
  10. 10. Cold War<br />Strategic Reserve to the Army<br />
  11. 11. One of 18 Combat Divisions<br />
  12. 12. Disaster Response<br />More state active duty call-ups in 1990s than ever before in the division’s history<br />1995 Floods, Central NY<br />1996 Blizzard, NYC<br />TWA Flight 800 Crash, LI<br />1997 Wildfires, LI<br />1998 Northeast Ice Storm<br />1998 Stillwater Tornado<br />1998 Windstorm, Syracuse<br />1999 Y2K Contingency<br />2000-01, 1999-98, 1995 Snow Emergencies, Buffalo<br />
  13. 13. 9-11<br />Response and Recovery at Ground Zero<br />
  14. 14. 9-11: The Guard Responds<br />
  15. 15. 9-11: The Guard Responds<br />
  16. 16. The Global War on Terror:Homeland Security<br />
  17. 17. Serving a Nation at War<br />OpnNoble Eagle<br />West Point, Canadian border<br />NYC bridges, tunnels, airports and rail stations<br />OpnEnduring Freedom<br />E/101 Target Acquisition FA, 2002<br />50th Brigade, Guantanamo Bay, 2004<br />86th Brigade TF Catamount, 2005<br />27thBrigade TF Phoenix, 2008<br />86th Brigade TF Phoenix, 2010<br />OpnIraqi Freedom / New Dawn<br />Division Artillery troops, 2004<br />1-69th Infantry, 2005<br />Task Force Liberty, 42nd ID HQ, 2005<br />86th Brigade TF Saber, 2006<br />3-142nd Aviation, 2008<br />50th Brigade, 2009<br />197th Fires Brigade, 2010<br />
  18. 18. 42nd Infantry Division mobilizes May-July 2004<br />Operation Iraqi Freedom<br /><ul><li> Soldiers from Seven Rainbow states train for OIF
  19. 19. TF Liberty forms with 23,000 Soldiers from Active Army, Army Reserve and National Guard
  20. 20. 29 states across the U.S. plus Puerto Rico and American Samoa
  21. 21. Deploys to Iraq fall 2004 and early 2005
  22. 22. Relief in Place with 1st Infantry Division</li></li></ul><li>Liberty Across the U.S.<br />VT<br />MT<br />MN<br />OR<br />MA<br />WI<br />ID<br />NY<br />RI<br />PA<br />OH<br />IL<br />IN<br />CA<br />CO<br />KS<br />MO<br />KY<br />NJ<br />NC<br />TN<br />AZ<br />OK<br />DE<br />GA<br />MS<br />TX<br />FL<br />29 States and American Samoa<br />Unclassified<br />
  23. 23. <ul><li>42nd ID States
  24. 24. NY (HHC 42 ID)</li></ul> (AVN BDE HQ)<br /> (EN BDE HQ)<br /> (642 MI)<br /> (642 DASB)<br /> (42 Band)<br /> (Det, 29 PSD)<br /><ul><li>NJ (DISCOM)</li></ul>(250 SIG)<br /> (50 MSB)<br /> (1-150 AV)<br /><ul><li>MA (DIVARTY)</li></ul> (E Btry, 101 FA)<br /> (272 CHEM)<br /> (42 MP)<br /><ul><li>DE (B/1-150 AV)
  25. 25. RI (173 LRS(D))
  26. 26. VT (Det, HHC)
  27. 27. FL (Det, Co B 642 DASB)
  28. 28. Other ARNG States
  29. 29. CA (1-140 AV)
  30. 30. ID (116 CAV BDE)
  31. 31. MT(1-163 AR)
  32. 32. OR(3-116 AR)</li></ul> (G TRP, 82 CAV)<br /><ul><li>IN (E Btry, 139 FA)
  33. 33. KS (E Btry, 161 FA)
  34. 34. MO (D/735 MSB)
  35. 35. MN (B/434 MSB)
  36. 36. MS (PLT/A/628 ASB)
  37. 37. PA (A/628 DASB)</li></ul> (1-103 AR)<br /> (Co C 103 EN)<br /><ul><li>TN (278 ACR)
  38. 38. TX (Co C, 386 EN)</li></ul>(3-133 FA)<br /><ul><li>WI (1-128 IN)
  39. 39. Puerto Rico (918 MP Co)
  40. 40. Samoa (793 EN Det)
  41. 41. Active Army Units
  42. 42. GA (BCTs, 3rd ID)
  43. 43. KS (2-34 AR)
  44. 44. NC (1-17 CAV)</li></ul> (22 MPAD)<br /><ul><li>OK (3-13 FA)
  45. 45. USAR Units
  46. 46. AZ (877 Postal Co)
  47. 47. CA (40 FIN)</li></ul> (376 PSB)<br /> (445 CA)<br /><ul><li>CO (324 PSYOP)
  48. 48. IL (300 Postal)</li></ul> (326 Postal)<br /> (331 Postal)<br /><ul><li>KY (8-229 AV)
  49. 49. MS (467 EN)
  50. 50. NY (448 Postal)
  51. 51. OH (983 EN)
  52. 52. HI (100-442 IN TACON)</li></ul>Task Force Liberty<br />
  53. 53. Task Force Liberty<br />42nd Infantry Division Troops<br />3rd Battalion, 133rd Field Artillery 274thAir Support Opns Squadron<br />642nd Military Intelligence Battalion 42nd Rear Operations Cell <br />250th Signal Battalion 42ndMilitary Police Company<br />40th Finance Battalion (USAR) 272ndChemical Company<br />376th Personnel Spt Battalion (USAR) 173rd Long Range Surv. Det.<br />445th Civil Affairs Battalion (USAR) 22nd Mobile Public Affairs Det.<br />HHC, 42nd Infantry Division 42nd Band<br />1st Brigade Combat Team<br />3rd Brigade Combat Team<br />116th Brigade Combat Team (ARNG)<br />278th Regimental Combat Team (ARNG)<br />42nd Aviation Brigade<br />42nd Engineer Brigade<br />42nd Division Artillery<br />42nd Division Support Command<br />1<br />3<br />Unclassified<br />
  54. 54. Area of OperationsMultinational Division North Central<br />Provinces<br />As-Sulaymaniyah<br />Kirkuk<br />Diyala<br />Salah Ad Din<br />Major Cities<br />Kirkuk<br />Sulaymaniyah<br />Bayji<br />Tikrit<br />Baqubah<br />Samarra<br />Balad<br />
  55. 55. 42nd Transition of Authority<br />
  56. 56. FOB Danger, Tikrit Iraq<br />
  57. 57. Task Force Liberty<br /><ul><li> The first deployment of a National Guard combat division headquarters for wartime service since the Korean War
  58. 58. Employing the Army concept of modularity</li></li></ul><li>Operation Liberty Torch<br />
  59. 59. Operation Liberty TorchNeutralizing the Insurgency<br />
  60. 60. Operation Liberty Torch<br />
  61. 61. Operation Liberty TorchDeveloping Competent Iraqi Forces<br />
  62. 62. Operation Liberty Torch<br />
  63. 63. Partners in Reconstruction<br />
  64. 64. Operation Liberty Torch<br />
  65. 65. Operation Liberty TorchRemoving weapons and munitions<br />
  66. 66. Base ClosuresReducing the Coalition Force footprint<br />
  67. 67. Base Closures<br />Ten Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) transferred to Iraqi control or closed<br />Includes the Tikrit Presidential Compound<br />
  68. 68. Operation SaratogaKeeping pressure on the insurgency<br />
  69. 69. Operation Saratoga<br />
  70. 70. Operation DelawareThe Constitutional Referendum vote<br />
  71. 71. Operation Delaware<br />
  72. 72. Operation Delaware<br />
  73. 73. Operation Liberty Torch<br />“Under a marker in Arlington National Cemetery lies a young man, Martin Treptow, who left his job in a small-town barber shop in 1917 to go to France with the famed Rainbow Division. There, on the Western front, he was killed trying to carry a message between battalions under heavy fire. We're told that on his body was found a diary. Under the heading, "My Pledge," he had written these words:<br />“‘America must win this war. Therefore, I will work; I will save; I will sacrifice; I will endure; I will fight cheerfully and do my utmost, as if the issue of the whole struggle depended on me alone.’"<br />-President Ronald Reagan, Inaugural Address, 1984<br />
  74. 74. Bright Star, Cairo Egypt, 2007<br />
  75. 75. Yama Sakura, Japan, 2009<br />
  76. 76. Yama Sakura, Japan, 2009<br />
  77. 77. Other Missions for the Rainbow – DART, HRF, CCMRF<br />
  78. 78. 27th Infantry Brigade<br />
  79. 79. 27th Infantry Brigade<br />
  80. 80. 50th Infantry Brigade<br />
  81. 81. 50th Infantry Brigade<br />
  82. 82. 86th Infantry Brigade<br />
  83. 83. 86th Infantry Brigade<br />
  84. 84. 197th Fires Brigade<br />
  85. 85. 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade<br />
  86. 86. 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade<br />
  87. 87. 26th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade<br />
  88. 88. 369th SustainmentBrigade<br />
  89. 89. Rainbow, Never Forget!<br />“The years slip by but each merely adds to my loyalty and devotion to the 'Rainbow.' <br />“I have served with many troops, in many wars and many lands, but none who surpassed them in courage, efficiency or stamina.”<br />-General of the Army Douglas MacArthur,<br /> written address to the Rainbow Division<br />Veterans Association, July, 1962<br />
  90. 90. Rainbow, Never Forget!<br />

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