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U.S. Army 134th Field Artillery Regiment

U.S. Army 134th Field Artillery Regiment

U.S. Army 134th Field Artillery Regiment

U.S. Army 134th Field Artillery Regiment


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The 134th Field Artillery Regiment was organized July 6, 1839 in the Ohio Militia at Cleveland. For information on the unit's history of breaking up, expanding, reorganizing, redesignating and mustering, click here.

The unit's crest has the motto Fides Et Audax, meaning - according to a Pentagon website - Faithful and Bold. The crest is that of the Ohio Army National Guard, including the blue saltire that represents Civil War service with the Union forces. The three alerions, taken from the arms of Lorraine, signify World War I service.

 

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