Reorganization Following World War II
Following World War II, the 142nd Field Artillery Group was reorganized in the Arkansas Guard, consisting of 6 battalions, 3 artillery battalions and 3 antiaircraft artillery battalions.
|142nd Field Artillery Group||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||Fayetteville|
|709th FA Battalion||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||Paragould|
|Service Battery, 437th FA||Wynne|
|936th Field Artillery Battalion||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||Fayetteville|
|937th Field Artillery Battalion||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||Fort Smith|
|151st Anti Aircraft Artillery Battalion||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||Harrison|
|Battery A||Mountain Home|
|326th Anti Aircraft Artillery Battalion||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||West Memphis|
|Battery A||Marked Tree|
|Battery B||West Memphis|
|Battery D||West Helena|
|Medical Detachment||Marked Tree|
|327th Anti Aircraft Artillery Battalion||Headquarters and Headquarters Battery||Jonesboro|
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