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99th Field Artillery Battalion
United States Army
Strength
Battalion
Type
Artillery
Years
1943 - 1957

Members Who Served in 99th Field Artillery Battalion

Atterson, Harold W., Cpl
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1948 - 1952
MOS
3844-Field Artillery Ammunition Corporal
Primary Unit
99th Field Artillery Battalion
Home State
West Virginia
Home Town
Slab Fork, West Virginia
Deering, David Miller, Jr., PFC
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1951 - 1953
MOS
1844-Field Artillery Chief Of Firing Battery
Primary Unit
99th Field Artillery Battalion
Home State
California
Home Town
Los Angeles
Gulbinas, Alfonsas, CPL
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1954 - 1956
MOS
1577-Chief Artillery Survey Specialist
Primary Unit
99th Field Artillery Battalion
Home State
Michigan
Home Town
Not Specified
Hays, George, LTG
Status
USA Retired
Service Years
1917 - 1953
MOS
0002-General Officer
Primary Unit
US Forces Austria (USFA)
Home State
United States
Home Town
Not Specified
Vanderploeg, Richard, CPT
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1942 - 1951
MOS
1193-Field Artillery Unit Commander
Primary Unit
99th Field Artillery Battalion
Home State
New Jersey
Home Town
Passaic
Walker, Noah, PFC
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1941 - 1950
MOS
3844-Field Artillery Cannoneer
Primary Unit
99th Field Artillery Battalion
Home State
Georgia
Home Town
Lake Park

99th Field Artillery Battalion Description

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99th Field Artillery Battalion History

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99th Field Artillery Battalion Operations History

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99th Field Artillery Battalion Reunion information

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