Constituted 5 July 1918 in the National Army as Battery F, 29th Field Artillery,
an element of the 10th Division. Organized 11 August 1918 at Camp Funston, Kansas.
Demobilized 4 February 1919 at Camp Funston, Kansas. Reconstituted 24 March 1923
in the Regular Army as Battery F, 29th Field Artillery. Activated 1 August 1940
at Fort Hoyle, Maryland, as an element of the 4th Division (later redesignated
as the 4th Infantry Division).
Absorbed 1 October 1940 by Battery C, 29th Field Artillery Battalion. (Battery C, 29th
Field Artillery, reorganized and redesignated 1 October 1940 as Battery C, 29th
Field Artillery Battalion; inactivated 14 February 1946 at Camp Butner, North Carolina;
activated 15 July 1947 at Fort Ord, California; inactivated 1 April 1957 at Fort Lewis,
Washington, and relieved from assignment to the 4th Infantry Division.) Former
Battery F, 29th Field Artillery, reconstituted 25 June 1958 in the Regular Army.
Redesignated 23 April 1959 as Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 6th Howitzer Battalion,
29th Artillery, and assigned to the 4th Infantry Division (organic elements concurrently
constituted). Battalion activated 6 May 1959 at Fort Lewis, Washington. Redesignated
1 October 1963 as the 6th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery. Inactivated 15 December 1970
at Fort Carson, Colorado, and relieved from assignment to the 4th Infantry Division.
Redesignated 1 September 1971 as the 6th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery. Headquarters,
Headquarters, and Service Battery, 6th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery, redesignated
21 September 1978 as Battery F, 29th Field Artillery, assigned to the 1st Armored Division,
and activated in Germany.
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