Constituted 5 July 1918 in the National Army as Battery E, 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 E, 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 B, 29th Field Artillery Battalion. (Battery B, 29th
Field Artillery, reorganized and redesignated 1 October 1940 as Battery B, 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 E, 29th Field Artillery, reconstituted 2 June 1958 in the Regular Army.
Redesignated 16 April 1959 as Battery E, 29th Artillery; concurrently, withdrawn from
the Regular Army, allotted to the Army Reserve, and assigned to the Fifth United States
Army. Activated 1 May 1963 at Connersville, Indianna. Location changed 31 March 1963
to Rushville, Indianna. Redesignated 1 September 1971 as Battery E, 29th Field Artillery.
Inactivated 15 March 1976 at Rushville, Indianna.
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