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The 366th Infantry was organized at Camp Dodge, Iowa, in November, 1917. The regiment served overseas during the World War as part of the 92nd Division, National Army, and earned credit for battle participation as follows:

St. Die Sector (Lorraine), August 23-September 20, 1918; Meuse-Argonne Sector, September 26-0ctober 5, 1918; Marbach Sector (Lorraine), October 8-November, 1918.

It is entitled to Lorraine and Meuse-Argonne battle streamers for the Colors.

The regiment returned to the United States and was demobilized at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, March 25, 1919. On July 26, 1941, it was reconstituted and consolidated with the 366th Infantry which was organized December 16, 1940, and made active February 10, 1941.

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United States, Army, Infantry Regiment, 366th, African American troops


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Pictorial history, Three Hundred Sixty-Sixth Infantry, 1941

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