The Cold War
The 39th Infantry Division was reconstituted on 30 September 1946. It was composed of units from Arkansas (headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas) and Louisiana (headquartered at Jackson Barracks, New Orleans). The division artillery commander, a brigadier general, was assigned to command the Arkansas portion of the division, while the division commander remained in Louisiana. During this period the division included the following combat arms units:
- 153rd Infantry Regiment, Arkansas National Guard
- 156th Infantry Regiment, Louisiana National Guard
- 199th Infantry Regiment, Louisiana National Guard
- Division Artillery (DIVARTY)
- 445th Field Artillery Battalion Arkansas National Guard
- 437th Field Artillery Battalion Arkansas National Guard
- 935th Field Artillery Battalion Louisiana National Guard
- 141st Field Artillery Battalion Louisiana National Guard
- Armor Unit
- 206th Tank Battalion
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