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Old 10-22-2017, 01:50 PM
swaghauler swaghauler is offline
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I served with the 4/92 Field Artillery (8" M110s, Reserve) in the late 1980's. I know it was in existence since WW2 and won a Presidential Unit Citation in Korea. The unit was originally headquartered in Clearfield PA but was moved to Erie PA in the mid-1960s. Headquarters, Alfa Battery, and Service Battery were in Erie. Bravo Battery was in Meadville PA, and Charley Battery was in New Castle PA. We were originally part of Second Army but got moved to First Army in the 1970s. We were officially "disbanded" in 1993 when the 8" SP was removed from service and replaced by the MLRS. Our guns were sold to Turkey in 1993. I didn't see the 4/92 FA on your list.
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