Historic Hempstead Plains - Nassau County Long Island
CAMP Albert L. Mills 1917 - 1919 WWI
"The birthplace of the 42nd Rainbow Division."
42ND RAINBOW DIVISION
83RD INFANTRY BRIGADE 84TH INFANTRY BRIGADE _________________________________ ____________________________ 165th Infantry New York 167th Infantry Alabama 166th Infantry Ohio 168th Infantry Iowa 150th machine gun battalion Wisc. 151st Machine gun battalion GA. 149th machine gun Battalion Pa. 67th FIELD ARTILLERY BRIGADE ______________________________________________ 149th Field Artillery 75mm Illinois 150th Field Artillery 155mm howitzer Indiana 151st Field Artillery 75mm Minnesota 117th Headquarters Louisianna 117th Engineers California and South Carolina 117th Field Signal battalion Mississippi 117th Train HQ military police Virginia 117th ammunition train Kansas 117th supply train Texas 117th trench mortar battalion Maryland 117th Engineers North Carolina AMBULANCE FIELD HOSPITAL ________________ ________________ 165th New Jersey 165th D.C. 166th Tenn. 166th Nebraska 167th Oklahoma 167th Oregon 168th Michigan 168th Colorado STATISTICS ___________ 27000 men from National Guard outfits from 26 states and Washington DC. 2950 killed in action. 13292 wounded in action.
SOURCE - taken from the Camp Mills monument at Commercial ave and Clinton road Garden City New York. The Camp Mills monument
was dedicated in 1944.
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