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36th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment - Service - Disaster At Mark's Mills
43rd Indiana Infantry, 77th Ohio Infantry, and a four-gun light battery from Captain Peetz's 2nd Missouri Light Artillery ... Drake then ordered up Peetz's 2nd Missouri Battery at the double-quick ... As Peetz’s gun crews swung their cannon into position, the federal infantry was ordered to move to both flanks to open a hole in the center ...
Chebucto Head, Nova Scotia - Gun Battery
... The Royal Canadian Artillery operated a searchlight and coastal gun battery at Chebucto Head as part of "Fortress Halifax" as a means of providing an ... The Chebucto Head battery was the key outer battery of the Western side of harbour defending it from possible attacks by Nazi U-boats or surface raiders ... The fortified battery was armed with three Elswick 6 inch naval guns with associated searchlight, director tower, generators, a long-range optical rangefinder and by 1943 a radar ...
Lavernock Point - Lavernock Fort
... On the point in the late 1860s Lavernock Fort gun battery was built by the Royal Commission and completed in 1870, with three 7" muzzle loading cannons to protect ... Sometime before 1895 the gun battery was reinforced with a fourth cannon only for all four guns to be replaced eight years later by two rapid fire six inch (152 mm) former naval guns in 1903 ... A two unit searchlight battery was added during the Second World War ...
31st Cavalry Regiment (United States) - History
... into the 117th Field Artillery, the 106th Trench Mortar Battery, and the 118th Machine Gun Battalion ... The 106th Trench Mortar Battery was organized in September 1917 at Camp Wheeler, Georgia as component of 31st Division (56th Field Artillery Brigade) (formed from troops ... The 118th Machine Gun Battalion was organized October 1917 at Camp Wheeler, GA as component of 31st Division (62nd Infantry Brigade) (formed from the ...

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