• 1st Battalion 107th Field Artillery
  • Service With Battery "C": 107th Field Artillery, 28th Division, a.E.F.
  • Service With Battery "C": 107th Field Artillery, 28th Division, a.E.F.
  • Service With Battery "C": 107th Field Artillery, 28th Division, a.E.F.

Service with Battery C: 107th Field Artillery, 28th Division, A.E.F. - Primary Source Edition

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In December 1989, Col. Berrier returned to full-time employment in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as the administrative officer of the 1st Battalion, 107th Field Artillery. Col. Berrier was reassigned as the Western Pennsylvania recruiting area commander for the Pennsylvania Army National Guard in March 1993. In August 1997, Col. Berrier returned to the 1st Battalion, 107th Field Artillery, as the battalion executive officer / officer-in-charge. In June 2004 he assumed command of the 1st Battalion, 107th Field Artillery.

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107th Field Artillery (within shouting distance of this marker)

Background: The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 107th Field Artillery Regiment, Pennsylvania National Guard on 14 June 1929. It was amended to add the motto on 8 November 1929. It was redesignated for the 107th Field Artillery Battalion, Pennsylvania National Guard on 3 December 1942. The insignia was amended by addition of a charge (battle-axe) to represent World War II service on 20 May 1953. It was redesignated for the 107th Artillery, Pennsylvania National Guard on 14 September 1961. The insignia was redesignated for the 107th Field Artillery Regiment, Pennsylvania Army National Guard on 11 July 1972.