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us: United States. Army. Army, 1st



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    • us: United States. Army. American Army, 1st
    • us: United States. Army. American Army, First
    • us: United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces. American Army, 1st
    • us: United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces. Army, 1st
    • us: United States. Army. Army, First
    • us: United States. Army. First Army
    • us: United States. Army. First U.S. Army and Fort George G. Meade
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    • United States. Army. First Army
  • Sources

    • found: Its Report of operations, 1944.
    • found: United States. Dept. of the Army. Weapons qualification, training, 1991- : t.p. (Headquarters, First U.S. Army and Fort George G. Meade, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland)
    • found: Phone call to public affairs office, Ft. Meade, 9/16/92 (an Army colonel is garrison commander of Ft. Meade, operating and maintaining the base; an Army general is installation commander of 1st U.S. Army and Ft. Meade, but both are separate commands; was one command for about a year, 1988-1989, but are again separate)
    • found: Squandered victory, 1995: CIP t.p. (First American Army) galley (First Army; newly formed effective Aug. 10, 1918; under direction of Gen. John J. Pershing, commander of American Expeditionary Force in Europe; hdqtrs. at Ferte-sous Jouarre in Marne sector)
    • found: The Army almanac, 1959: p. 638 (First United States Army (RA); org. as First Army 4 July 1918 at La Ferte-sous-Juarre, France; disbanded 30 Apr. 1919 at Bar-sur-Aube, France; reconstituted in Organized Reserves 28 Aug. 1924 and activated at New York, N.Y.; redesignated Seventh Army 15 Aug. 1927, withdrawn from Organized Reserves and allotted to Regular Army as inactive unit; redesignated First Army 13 Oct. 1927; activated 1 Oct. 1933 at Governor's Island, New York; redesignated First United States Army 1 Jan. 1957)
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