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United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Band

Lineage and Honors Information as of 17 August 2006

United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Band Lineage

Constituted 3 April 1931 in the Regular Army as the Band, 2d Coast Artillery

Activated 30 April 1931 in the Panama Canal Zone

Inactivated 15 April 1932 in the Panama Canal Zone

Activated 30 April 1932 at Fort Monroe, Virginia

Redesignated 12 May 1944 as the 69th Army Ground Forces Band

Inactivated 26 October 1946 at Fort Winfield Scott, California

Consolidated 30 September 1972 with the United States Continental Army Band (see ANNEX) and consolidated unit designated as the United States Continental Army Band

Redesignated 10 January 2006 as the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Band

ANNEX

Constituted 18 October 1945 in the Army of the United States as the 50th Army Ground Forces Band and activated at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland

Redesignated 15 May 1947 as the 50th Army Band

Allotted 19 December 1952 to the Regular Army

Reorganized and redesignated 24 June 1972 as the United States Continental Army Band

United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Band Honors

Campaign Participation Credit

None

Decorations

Army Superior Unit Award for 1995-1996


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