30th Infantry Division (United States)

30th Infantry Division (United States)

The 30th Infantry Division was a unit of the Army National Guard in World War I and World War II. It was nicknamed the "Old Hickory" division, in honor of President Andrew Jackson. The Germans nicknamed this division "Roosevelt's SS."

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30th Infantry Division (United States) - Postwar
... Following the war,the 30thDivision was once again reactivated as a National Guard formation in 1947,split between three states ... In 1954,the division became an entirely North Carolina Army National Guard manned formation,as Tennessee'sportion became the 30thArmored Division,which was maintained ... In 1968 the division was designated as the 30thInfantry Division Mechanized) ...

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