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30th Infantry Regiment
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30th Infantry Regiment coat of arms
Active 1901 -
Country United States
Branch U.S. Army
Motto OUR COUNTRY NOT OURSELVES
Engagements World War I
World War II
Korean War
GWOT
Insignia
Distinctive Insignia 30 INF DUI.gif
U.S. Infantry Regiments
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The 30th Infantry Regiment is a United States Army infantry regiment.

Lineage

  • Constituted 2 February 1901 in the Regular Army as the 30th Infantry
  • Organized 12 February - 19 August 1901 at Fort Logan, Colorado, at the Presidio of San Francisco, California, and in the Philippine Islands
  • Assigned 21 November 1917 to the 3d Division
  • Relieved 12 January 1940 from assignment to the 3d Division
  • Assigned 15 May 1940 to the 3d Division (later redesignated as the 3d Infantry Division)
  • Relieved 6 April 1951 from assignment to the 3d Infantry Division
  • Assigned 2 December 1954 to the 3d Infantry Division
  • Relieved 1 July 1957 from assignment to the 3d Infantry Division and reorganized as a parent regiment under the Combat Arms Regimental System
  • Withdrawn 16 June 1989 from the Combat Arms Regimental System, reorganized under the United States Army Regimental System, and transferred to the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command
  • Withdrawn 26 May 1992 from the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command

Campaign Participation Credit

  • Philippine Insurrection: Mindoro 1901
  • World War I: Aisne; Champagne-Marne; Aisne-Marne; St. Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne; Champagne 1918
  • World War II: Algeria-French Morocco (with arrowhead); Tunisia; Sicily (with arrowhead); Naples-Foggia; Anzio (with arrowhead); Rome-Arno; Southern France (with arrowhead); Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe

Decorations

  • Presidential Unit Citation (Army) for SICILY
  • Presidential Unit Citation (Army) for MOUNT ROTUNDO
  • Presidential Unit Citation (Army) for BESANCON, FRANCE
  • Presidential Unit Citation (Army) for COLMAR
  • Army Superior Unit Award for 1996
  • French Croix de Guerre with Palm, World War I for CHAMPAGNE-MARNE
  • French Croix de Guerre with Palm, World War II for COLMAR
  • French Croix de Guerre, World War II, Fourragere

PD-icon.svg This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Government document "U.S. Army Center of Military History".


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