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Name Army Corps of Engineers

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A. FLAG: 212th US Engineers E PLURIBUS UNUM HISTORY: The 212th US Engineers was formed as a branch of the 12th Division and consisted of the 212th Field Signal Battalion and the 12th Supply Sanitary and Headquarters Trains (245th, 246th, 247th Field Hospitals and 245th, 246th, 247th Ambulance Companies. Organization of the 12th Division was held at Camp McClellan in Alabama. Iowa representation in the 12th Division amounted to about 2% or 560 men. William T. Huber served at the 212th Engineers captain. SOURCES: Engineering News-Record: A Journal of Civil Engineering and Construction. Volume LXXXIV. January 1-30, 1920. Robinson, William J. Forging the Sword: The Story of Camp Deven

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A. FLAG: 109th US Engineers HISTORY: The 109th US Engineers was drafted into Federal Service August 5, 1917, and was consolidated October 2, 1917, with Batteries A and B of teh Oregon Field Artillery, to form the 147th Field Artillery and assigned to the 41st Division. Demobilized May 23 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. SOURCES: "Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 109th Support Group," Lineage and Honors Information. 2012. Robert J. Dalessandro. www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/braces/spt/0109sptge.htm. "109th Engineer Group (Headquarters and Headquarters Company)," Military.Com Unit Pages. www.military.com/HomePage/UnitPageFullText.013476,712805,00.html Staff and a

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A. FLAG: 109th US Engineers HISTORY: The 109th Us Engineers was drafted into Federal Service on August 5, 1917, and was consolidated October 2, 1917, with Batteries A and B of the Oregon Field Artillery to form the 147th Field Artillery and was thusly assigned to the 41st Division. The regiment was demobilized May 23, 1919, at Camp Dodge, Iowa. SOURCES: "Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 109th Support Group," Lineage and Honors Information. 2012. Robert J. Dalessandro. www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/braces/spt/0109setge.htm Staff and accessory information is located in the Notes section.

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A. FLAG: 214th US Engineers HISTORY: The 214th US Engineers, known as the Wolverine Division, was organized in Georgia at Camp Forest on August 24, 1918. After a period of training, the 214th joined with the 14th Division Regular Army at Camp Custer on October 31, 1918, to prepare for battle in World War I, however an armistice was quickly reached and the regiment was demobilized on January 27, 1919. The 14th Division Regular Army was composed of the 14th Hdqt Troops, 40th Division Machine Gune Brigade, 27th Infantry Brigade, 28th Infantry Brigade, 14th Field Artillery, 214th Engineers Train, 214th Field Signal, 14th Supply Train, and the 14th Sanitary Train. SOURCES: Rinaldi, Rich

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A. FLAG: 609th US Engineers Staff and accessory information is located in the Notes section.