|24th Cavalry Division Shoulder Sleeve Insignia|
|U.S. Cavalry Divisions|
|23rd Cavalry Division||61st Cavalry Division|
The United States Army National Guard's 24th Cavalry Division was created from the perceived need for additional cavalry units. It numbered in succession of the Regular Army Divisions, which were not all active at its creation. Going into World War 2, the US Army Cavalry was contained 3 Regular, 4 National Guard, and 6 Organized Reserve cavalry divisions as well as one independent cavalry brigade.
The 24th Cavalry Division was geographically dispersed across the United States. The division was composed of personnel from the Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming National Guards.
Organization[edit | edit source]
- Headquarters & Headquarters Troop
- 57th Cavalry Brigade
- 58th Cavalry Brigade
- 168th Field Artillery Regiment (United States)
- 24th Tank Company
- 24th Signal Troop
Regiments[edit | edit source]
- 113th Cavalry Regiment
- 114th Cavalry Regiment
- 115th Cavalry Regiment
- 116th Cavalry Regiment
- 168th Field Artillery Regiment
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Colorado. National Guard of the State of Colorado: Pictorial 1939 Review. Atlanta: Army-Navy Publishers, 1939. OCLC 17158522 Provided a detachment to the 24th Cavalry Division.
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