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5th Brigade, 87th Division (Training Support)

Lineage and Honors Information as of 5 July 2001

5th Brigade, 87th Division (Training Support) Lineage

Constituted 5 August 1917 in the National Army as the 312th Supply Train and assigned to the 87th Division

Organized in September 1917 at Camp Pike, Arkansas

Demobilized 31 July 1919 at Camp Grant, Illinois

Reconstituted 21 September 1936 in the Organized Reserves; concurrently consolidated with the 412th Quartermaster Regiment (organized in January 1922 in the Organized Reserves as the 87th Division Train, Quartermaster Corps, with Headquarters at New Orleans, Louisiana; redesignated 23 March 1925 as the 87th Division Quartermaster Train; redesignated 1 July 1936 as the 412th Quartermaster Regiment) and consolidated unit designated as the 412th Quartermaster Regiment, an element of the 87th Division (later redesignated as the 87th Infantry Division)

Reorganized and redesignated 30 January 1942 as the 412th Quartermaster Battalion

Ordered into active military service 15 December 1942 and reorganized at Camp McCain, Mississippi

Reorganized and redesignated (less Ordnance Maintenance Platoon, Headquarters Company) 27 September 1942 as the 87th Quartermaster Company, an element of the 87th Infantry Division (Ordnance Maintenance Platoon, Headquarters Company -- hereafter separate lineage)

Inactivated 21 September 1945 at Fort Benning, Georgia

Activated 1 March 1947 at Birmingham, Alabama (location later changed to Enterprise, Alabama)

(Organized Reserves redesignated 25 March 1948 as the Organized Reserve Corps; redesignated 9 July 1952 as the Army Reserve)

Inactivated 31 March 1955 at Enterprise, Alabama

Redesignated 17 October 1999 as Headquarters, 5th Brigade, 87th Division (Training Support), allotted to the Regular Army, and activated at Fort Jackson, South Carolina

5th Brigade, 87th Division (Training Support) Honors

Campaign Participation Credit

World War I: Streamer without inscription

World War II: Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe



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