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Engineers

Lineage and Honors Information as of 6 August 2019

182d Engineer Company

  • Organized 20 June 1810 in the Massachusetts Militia as the Haverhill Light Infantry, 5th Regiment, 2d Brigade, 2d Division, Captain Jesse Harding commanding
  • Reorganized and redesignated 9 September 1834 as the Haverhill Light Infantry, Regiment of Light Infantry, 2d Brigade, 2d Division
  • Reorganized and redesignated 24 April 1840 as the Haverhill Light Infantry, 4th Battalion of Light Infantry
  • Disbanded 11 January 1842
  • Reorganized and redesignated 25 July 1853 as Company G, 7th Regiment of Light Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 19 April 1861 as Company D, 5th Infantry
  • Mustered into Federal service 21 April 1861 at Haverhill; mustered out of Federal service 31 July 1861
  • While remaining in state service, additionally organized the following units for Federal service:
  • Company G, 50th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment; mustered into Federal service 19 September 1862 at Boxford; mustered out of Federal service 24 August 1863 at Boston
  • Company H, 22d Infantry Regiment mustered into Federal service 6 September 1861 at Lynnfield; mustered out of Federal service 16 October 1864
  • Reorganized and redesignated in 1869 as Company F, 6th Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 1878 as Company F, 8th Infantry
  • Mustered into Federal service 11 May 1898 at Framingham as Company F, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; mustered out of Federal service 28 April 1899 at Boston
  • (Massachusetts Volunteer Militia redesignated 15 November 1907 as the Massachusetts National Guard)
  • Mustered into Federal service 25 June 1916 at Framingham; mustered out of Federal service 12-19 November at Haverhill
  • Ordered into Federal service 25 July 1917; drafted into Federal service 5 August 1917
  • Reorganized and redesignated 20 August 1917 as Company F, 104th Infantry and assigned to the 26th Division
  • Demobilized 29 April 1919 at Camp Devens, Massachusetts
  • Reorganized and redesignated 28 November 1921 as Company K, 181st Infantry, an element of the 26th Division
  • Reorganized and Federally recognized 2 March 1922 at Haverhill as Company A, 182d Infantry, an element of the 26th Division
  • Inducted into Federal service 16 January 1941 at Haverhill
  • Relieved 12 February 1942 from assignment to the 26th Division
  • Assigned 24 May 1942 to the Americal Division
  • Inactivated 2 December 1947 at Fort Lewis, Washington
  • Reorganized, redesignated, and Federally recognized 23 June 1947 at Haverhill as Company A, 182d Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 1 May 1959 as Company E, 101st Engineer Battalion
  • Consolidated 1 December 1973 with Company A, 101st Engineer Battalion (organized and Federally recognized 3 November 1949 at Haverhill) and consolidated unit designated as Company A, 101st Engineer Battalion; concurrently, location changed to Newburyport
  • Consolidated 1 February 1988 with Company E, 101st Engineer Battalion (See ANNEX 1) and consolidated unit designated as Company E, 101st Engineer Battalion
  • Reorganized and redesignated 1 September 1996 as Company A, 101st Engineer Battalion
  • Reorganized and redesignated 1 September 2006 as the 182d Engineer Company
  • Ordered into active Federal service 7 June 2007 at Newburyport; released from active Federal service 10 July 2008 and reverted to state control
  • Ordered into active Federal service 25 November 2011 at Newburyport; released from active Federal service 28 December 2012 and reverted to state control
  • ANNEX 1
  • Organized 13 March 1812 in the Massachusetts Militia at Lynn as the Lynn Light Infantry, 4th Regiment, 1st Brigade, 2d Division
  • Reorganized and redesignated 25 April 1842 as Company H, 6th Regiment of Light Infantry, 4th Brigade, 2d Division
  • Disbanded 11 September 1846
  • Reorganized 20 May 1852 in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia as Company H, 6th Regiment of Light Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 26 February 1855 as Company D, 8th Regiment of Infantry
  • Mustered into Federal service 16 April 1861 at Boston; mustered out of Federal service 1 August 1861 at Boston
  • Mustered into Federal service 19 Sep 1862 at Boston; mustered out of Federal service 7 August 1863 at Boston
  • Reorganized 18 May 1866 in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia at Lynn as Company D, 8th Regiment of Infantry
  • Mustered into Federal service 11 May 1898 at Boston as Company D, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; mustered out of Federal service 28 April 1899 at Boston and reorganized as Company D, 8th Infantry
  • (Massachusetts Volunteer Militia redesignated 15 November 1907 as the Massachusetts National Guard)
  • Mustered into Federal service 19 June 1916 at Lynn; mustered out of Federal service 19 November 1916 at Lynn
  • Ordered into Federal service 25 July 1917; drafted into Federal service 5 August 1917
  • Reorganized and redesignated 10 February 1918 as Company D, 5th Pioneer Infantry
  • Demobilized 9 January 1919 at Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina
  • Reorganized, redesignated, and Federally recognized 1 October 1920 as Company D, 101st Engineers
  • Assigned 31 March 1923 to the 26th Division (later redesignated as the 26th Infantry Division)
  • Inducted into Federal service 16 January 1941 at Lynn
  • Reorganized and redesignated 3 February 1942 as Company A, 101st Engineer Combat Battalion
  • Inactivated 1 January 1946 at Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia
  • Reorganized, redesignated, and Federally recognized 7 April 1947 at Lynn as Company A, 101st Engineer Battalion, an element of the 26th Infantry Division
  • Reorganized and redesignated 1 May 1959 as Company A, 101st Engineer Battalion
  • Consolidated 1 March 1963 with Company C, 101st Engineer Battalion (See ANNEX 2) and consolidated unit designated as Company E, 101st Engineer Battalion
  • Location changed 26 February 1982 to Reading
  • ANNEX 2
  • Organized 13 June 1818 in the Massachusetts Militia as the Lynn Rifles, 4th Regiment, 1st Brigade, 2d Division
  • Reorganized 24 April 1840 in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia as the Lynn Rifles, 6th Regiment of Light Infantry, 4th Brigade, 2d Division
  • Reorganized and redesignated 25 April 1842 as Company I, 6th Regiment of Light Infantry, 4th Brigade, 2d Division
  • Disbanded 30 November 1847
  • Reorganized 20 May 1852 in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia as Company I, 6th Regiment of Light Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 26 February 1855 as Company I, 8th Regiment of Infantry
  • Mustered into Federal service 16 April 1861 at Boston; mustered out of Federal service 1 August 1861 at Boston
  • Mustered into Federal service 19 September 1862; mustered out of Federal service 7 August 1863
  • Mustered into Federal service 18 July 1864; mustered out of Federal service 10 November 1864
  • Reorganized 18 May 1866 in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia at Lynn as Company I, 8th Regiment of Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 21 July 1876 as Company I, 7th Battalion of Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 15 August 1878 as Company I, 8th Infantry
  • Mustered into Federal service 11 – 14 May 1898 at Boston as Company I, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry; mustered out of Federal service 28 April 1899 at Boston and redesignated as Company I, 8th Infantry
  • (Massachusetts Volunteer Militia redesignated 15 November 1907 as the Massachusetts National Guard)
  • Mustered into Federal service 19 June 1916 at Lynn; mustered out of Federal service 19 November 1916 at Lynn
  • Ordered into Federal service 25 July 1917 at Lynn; drafted into Federal service 5 August 1917
  • Reorganized and redesignated 10 February 1918 as Company I, 5th Pioneer Infantry
  • Demobilized 8 January 1919 at Camp Wadsworth, Massachusetts
  • Reorganized and Federally recognized 22 October 1920 as Company I, 9th Infantry
  • Reorganized and redesignated 30 September 1921 as Company I, 101st Infantry, an element of the 26th Division
  • Reorganized and redesignated 1 May 1923 as Company I, 182d Infantry, an element of the 26th Division
  • Converted, redesignated, and Federally recognized 1 April 1924 as Company F, 101st Engineers, an element of the 26th Division
  • Inducted 16 January 1941 at Lynn
  • Reorganized and redesignated 3 February 1942 as Company C, 101st Engineer Combat Battalion, an element of the 26th Division (later redesignated as the 26 Infantry Division)
  • Inactivated 1 January 1946 at Camp Patrick Henry
  • Redesignated and Federally recognized 14 May 1947 at Lynn as Company C, 101st Engineer Battalion

HOME STATION: Newburyport (less detachment at Florence)

Campaign Participation Credit

  • War of 1812
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  • Civil War
  • Bull Run
  • Peninsula
  • Manassas
  • Antietam
  • Mississippi River
  • Fredericksburg
  • Chancellorsville
  • Gettysburg
  • Wilderness
  • Spotsylvania
  • Cold Harbor
  • Petersburg
  • North Carolina 1863
  • World War I
  • Champagne-Marne
  • Aisne-Marne
  • St. Mihiel
  • Meuse-Argonne
  • Ile de France 1918
  • Lorraine 1918
  • World War II
  • Guadalcanal
  • Northern Solomons
  • Leyte
  • Northern France
  • Southern Philippines
  • (with arrowhead)
  • Rhineland
  • Ardennes – Alsace
  • Central Europe
  • War on Terrorism
  • Iraq:
  • Iraqi Surge
  • (Additional campaigns to be determined)

Decorations

  • Presidential Unit Citation (Navy), Streamer embroidered GUADALCANAL
  • Meritorious Unit Commendation (Army), Streamer embroidered AFGHANISTAN 2012
  • French Croix de Guerre with Gilt Star, World War I, Streamer embroidered LORRAINE
  • Philippine Presidential Unit Citation, Streamer embroidered 17 OCTOBER 1944 TO 4 JULY 1945
  • Cited in the Order of the Day of the Belgian Army for action in the Ardennes

By Order of the Secretary of the Army:

CHARLES R. BOWERY, JR.
Chief of Military History


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