69th Infantry Regiment (United States)

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69th Infantry Regiment (Federal)
69 INFANTRY REG-COA.jpg
Coat of arms
Active1918
Country United States
BranchArmy
TypeInfantry
SizeRegiment
MottoConjunctis Viribus (With united powers)
Insignia
Distinctive unit insignia69 INFANTRY REG-DUI.jpg
 
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69th Infantry Regiment (Federal)
69 INFANTRY REG-COA.jpg
Coat of arms
Active1918
Country United States
BranchArmy
TypeInfantry
SizeRegiment
MottoConjunctis Viribus (With united powers)
Insignia
Distinctive unit insignia69 INFANTRY REG-DUI.jpg
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The 69th Infantry Regiment was an Regular Army (United States) infantry regiment, and should not be confused with the National Guard regiment of the the same designation.

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History

There have been three different lineages started under this number: The famous 69th Infantry Regiment (New York), and two under the federal designation. During this time period the New York unit was called the 165th Infantry in keeping with the National Guard system.

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Distinctive unit insignia

Coat of arms

Current units

Not active

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