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Augusta –- Fourth Infantry Ivy Division Monument

Augusta –- Fourth Infantry Ivy Division Monumentzoom
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Photos Courtesy of Lamar Veatch
The "Ivy Division" is a unit with a proud history dating to World War I.  In December 1941, the 4th was the first unit assigned to Camp (now Fort) Gordon after its move to Augusta from DeKalb County.  The monument lists the many battles in which the soldiers of the 4th distinguished themselves, including:

  • World War I
    • Aisne - Marne
    • St. Mihiel
    • Meuse -Argonne
    • Defensive Sector
    • Army of Occupation
  • World War II
    • Normandy
    • Northern France
    • Rhineland
    • Ardennes
    • Central Europe
  • Vietnam
The 4th was the first unit of US. Troops to land on Utah Beach Normandy France 6 June 1944

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