1966 Feb 1968, Dak To Mar 1968, Pleiku again Apr 1968 Feb 1970, An Khe division's 1st and 2nd brigades participated in Operation MacArthur in Kontum Province. Operation "MacArthur" Members of Co. C, 1st Bn, 8th Inf, 1st Bde, 4th Inf Div, descend the side of Hill 742, located five miles northwest of Dak To. The
to 25th Inf Div, 3rd Brigade, 4th Inf Div Aug 1967 Apr 1970 transferred In this operation, elements of the 4th Division became Arrivals and Departures In May 1970, the division entered Cambodia as part of Operation Binh Tay. My sincerest apologies for the delays in updating the roster. Q4 SOFREP Sweepstakes - Over $4,000 in prizes - Click here for more information →, Sweepstakes: Enter to win $4,000 in prizes →. Members of the 3rd Bn, 12th Inf, 4th Inf Div, "take five" during bunker construction on Hill 530. No further updates to the site will be accepted. 4th Infantry Division The roster is updated monthly. battalion remained in Vietnam attached to I Field Force Vietnam Artillery Triple-canopy jungles, extreme heat, and seasonal monsoons were constant challenges to the division, in addition to the North Vietnamese regulars and Viet Cong. Over 700 hours of military entertainment and video content, 12 free e-books, breaking news from the front lines and exclusive interviews with the people in charge. With the largest assigned area of operations of any division in Vietnam, the Ivy Division was charged with screening the border of South Vietnam as the first line of defense against infiltration down the Ho Chi Minh trail through Laos and Cambodia, and to preempt any offensive on the more populated lowlands. The 4th Infantry Division came to Vietnam in Aug to Oct 1966, Initially formed in 1917, the 4th Infantry Division ("Ivy Division") served in both World Wars. During the last months of 1966 and the first half of 1967, a good number of the division 1st Brigade, 4th Inf Div Oct 1966 Dec 1970, 2nd Brigade, 4th Inf Div Aug 1966 Dec 1970. Watch below for a more in-depth look at the experiences of the 4th Division in Vietnam. 4th Infantry Home Photo Albums Guest Book Roster Register for the Roster Thoughts & Stories (Forums) Links Messages from the Webmaster Welcome new members!
The involved in the harsh Battle of Dak To in November. Initially formed in 1917, the 4th Infantry Division ("Ivy Division") served in both World Wars. On September 25, 1966, the division began a combat assignment against the North Vietnamese that would not end until December 7, 1970. This Site | Feedback, The Delta Mike 2 | Links However, one brigade (3 rd) was sent to III CTZ.In Aug 1967, 3 rd Brigade, 4 th Infantry Division was transferred to 25 th Infantry Division. throughout 1968 and 1969. The division arrived in Vietnam in September 1966 and was immediately committed to action in Operation Attleboro. By the time the Ivy Division completed their assignment in Vietnam and returned to Fort Carson, Colorado, at the end of 1970, some 2,497 Ivy soldiers had been killed and 15,229 had been wounded. Force, Vietnam again Mar Apr 1971, and US Army Forces, Military Region 2 May In Aug 1967, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division was attempted to secure Pleiku and Kontum provinces, while the division's 3rd Brigade participated in Operation Junction City. Infantry Division at Ft. Carson, CO. Nick is a former United States Marine. Any questions can be directed to the site administrator by following this link. Eleven additional battle streamers would be added to the 4th Infantry Division colors as the Ivy soldiers fought in places such as the Ia Drang Valley, Plei Trap Valley, Fire Base Gold, Dak To, the Oasis, Kontum, Pleiku, Ben Het, An Khe, and Cambodia.