28th Infantry Division (United States Army)

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28th Infantry Division
Distintivo
Distintivo
Descrizione generale
Attiva 1879 - oggi
Nazione Stati Uniti Stati Uniti
Servizio Guardia nazionale degli Stati Uniti
Tipo fanteria
Dimensione 15.000 unità
Guarnigione/QG Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)
Soprannome Keystoone
Fire and Movement
Iron Division
Bloody Bucket
Motto Roll On
Colori rosso
Battaglie/guerre Guerra civile americana
Guerra civile spagnola
Seconda guerra mondiale
Operazione Iraqi Freedom
Operazione Enduring Freedom
Missioni di peacekeeping KFOR
Sito internet http://pa.ng.mil/ARNG/28ID/
Comandanti
Comandante brig.gen John L. Gronski
Comandanti degni di nota Omar Bradley
Cortlandt V.R. Schuyler
Simboli
Spallina US28th Infantry Division.svg

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La 28th Infantry Division ("Keystone") è un'unità dell'Army National Guard ed è la divisione più antica tra quelle attualmente esistenti nelle forze armate statunitensi.

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  2. American Battle Monuments Commission, 28th Division Summary of Operations in the World War, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1944. ISBN.
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  5. Jack (Editor) Colbaugh, The Bloody Patch: A True Story of the Daring 28th Infantry Division, New York, New York, Vantage Press, 1973. ISBN.
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  7. Cecil B. Curry, Follow Me and Die. The Destruction of an American Division in World War II, New York, New York, Stein & Day Publishing, 1984. ISBN.
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  17. The `Keystone Division.' A Condensed History of the 28th Infantry Division, National Guardsman, June, 1948, pp. 13–14. ISBN.
  18. Keystone News, Organization Day, 1953, Keystone Division's 36th Anniversary, Goppingen, Germany, 1953. ISBN.
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  23. Thomas R Nevitt, A Guard Division Trains for M—Day, Washington, D.C., Army Information Digest, October, 1948, pp. 35–35. ISBN.
  24. John K Ohe, The Keystone Division in the Great War, Washington, D.C., Prologue, The Journal of the National Archives, Sumner 1978, pp. 82–89. ISBN.
  25. I.H. Peterman, They Took the Nazis' Sunday Punch, New York, New York, Saturday Evening Post, 28 settembre 1946, pp. 2 Otf. ISBN.
  26. Pennsylvania in the World War. An Illustrated History of the Twenty-Eighth Division. 2 vols, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, States Publications Society, 1921. ISBN.
  27. Henry George Proctor, The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania in the World War; the Authentic and Comprehensive Narrative of the 28th Division in the World's Greatest War, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, John C. Winston Co, 1919. ISBN.
  28. Short History and Illustrated Roster of the 28th Division, Edward Stern Co, c. 1919. ISBN.
  29. Herbert E. Smith, A. E. F. Divisional Insignia- The Twenty-Eighth Division, Washington, D.C., Recruiting News, 1 gennaio 1934, p. 3. ISBN.
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  31. The States Pass in Review: Pennsylvania, 28th Infantry (Keystone Division)., Washington, D.C., National Guard, (January, 1991), p. 125. ISBN.
  32. Benjamin G. Taylor, Operation Schmidt., Washington, D.C., Military Review, (August, 1954), pp. 30–39. ISBN.
  33. 28th Infantry Division—Germany, 1953, n.p., 1953. ISBN.
  34. 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania National Guard Summer Encampment, 1956, n.p., 1956. ISBN.
  35. Twenty-Eighth Infantry Division, United States Army, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, "Roll on 28th," Pictorial Review, 1950–1951, Atlanta, Georgia, Albert Love Enterprises, 1951. ISBN.
  36. Twenty-Eighth Infantry Division, United States Army, Europe, Pictorial Review, 1951–1952, Atlanta, Georgia, Albert Love Enterprises, 1952. ISBN.
  37. 28th Roll On: The Story of the 28th Infantry Division, Paris, France, G.I. Stories, 1945. ISBN.
  38. Frank A. Warner, Journal of Operations, Twenty-Eighth Division A.E.F., 1917-08-05 to 1918-11-20, n.p., 1919. ISBN.