What command does 25th ID fall under?

25th Infantry Division (United States)

25th Infantry Division
Role Jungle warfare
Size Division
Part of I Corps U.S. Army Alaska (1st and 4th Brigades)
Garrison/HQ Schofield Barracks, Wahiawa, Hawaii

What did the 25th Infantry Division do in Vietnam?

The 25th Infantry Division served gallantly for 1,716 days in Vietnam receiving participation credit for twelve Vietnam campaigns and being twice awarded the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Palm. Eight Tropic Lightning units were awarded Presidential Unit Citations and eleven received Valorous Unit Awards.

How many soldiers are in the 25 infantry Division?

The 25th ID is an expeditionary force of nearly 12,000 Soldiers capable of conducting offensive, defensive and stability missions in support of unified land operations in the Indo-Pacific region.

Does the 25th Infantry Division have tanks?

The battalion was equipped with refurbished WW II M4 Sherman tanks Attached to the 25th Division and only fifteen days after activation, the 89th saw it’s first combat defending the Pusan Perimeter near Masan in support of the 27th Infantry.

Where was the 25th Division in Vietnam?

Củ Chi Base Camp
The 25th Division of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN)—the army of the nation state of South Vietnam that existed from 1955 to 1975—was part of the III Corps that oversaw the region of the country surrounding the capital, Saigon. It was based at Củ Chi Base Camp to the northwest of the city.

When did the 25th infantry deploy to Vietnam?

In December of 1965, over 5000 infantrymen of the 25th Infantry Division deployed to the highlands of Northwest South Vietnam at Pleiku. This move known as Operation Blue Light was the longest and largest military airlift to a combat zone in history to date.

When was the last time 25th ID deploy?

Through its outstanding performance, the 25th Infantry Division completed its final mission in Iraq with honor. While the headquarters was in Iraq, the 1st and 3rd BCTs deployed to Afghanistan in the spring of 2011, followed by the 4th BCT and CAB in November 2011.

Is the 25th Infantry Division a good unit?

Great Place By far one of the best units in the US Army. They are quik paced and very proactive. Lots of room for career advancement. I highly suggest the 25th ID.