Korean War Anthology Artillery in Korea: Massing Fires and Reinventing the Wheel D.M. Giangreco United States Army Command and General Staff College
The Guns of Korea: The U.S. Army Field Artillery Battalions in the Korean War. - By MSG R.L. Hanson.
Korean War On 15 July 1950, the 15th Field Artillery (FA) Battalion (Bn) landed at Pusan, Korea, as an integral part of the 2nd Infantry Division (ID).
Rotational MLRS battalion arrives in Korea. By Sgt. Brandon A. Bednarek, 210th Field Artillery Brigade Public Affairs May 26, 2015. Share on Twitter
The 37th Field Artillery Regiment is a field artillery regiment of the United States Army, and parent regiment under the U.S. Army Regimental System.
The U.S. Army is sending a field artillery battalion of about 400 soldiers and multiple-launch rocket systems to South Korea, a move the Pentagon said on ...
The 142nd Field Artillery Regiment ("Second Arkansas") is a United States Army field artillery regiment currently represented in the Arkansas Army National Guard by ...
The Guns of Korea: The U S. Army Field Artillery Battalions in the Korean War 1 Excerpts covering the Korean War service of the 11th, 13th, 52d, and 63d Field ...
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US, South Korean artillery coordinate fires near DMZ. By Capt. John DePinto May 17, 2016. Share on Twitter; Share on Facebook; Share on Reddit; Share on LinkedIn