6/37th Fa Cp Essayons Korea 1977

Osan Air Base, Korea 1971, 38th Artillery Battalion


Camp Humphreys, korea 1981-1982, 560th Medical Company [AMB]


Kimpo-OP, Korea 1973-1974, A battery, 2nd Battalion, 71st [HAWK] ADA


Uncheon, Korea 1988, 4th Battalion, 12th Marines, 3rd Marine Division, Bearhunt Watkins Range


Camp Custer, Korea 1967, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Ames Chang Dong-ni, Korea 1969


Camp Essayons, Korea 1974-1975, 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery


Camp Hovey, Korea 1978, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry


Camp Page, Korea 1983-1984, 4th Battalion, 504th 


Camp Stanley, Korea 1971, 1st Artillery, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Rice, Korea 1966, 702nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Infantry Diviosion Support Command


Detachment 15, 1131st USAF Special Activities Squadron, Yong San, Korea 1972, HQUNG, headquarters Command USAF


Camp Casey, Korea 1974, 122nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division


Niblo Barracks Cpomond, Seoul, Korea 1970-1971, 30th, Ordnance Company, Headquarters & Headquarters Platoon, Service/Sullpy Platoon, Sergeant Platoon; Hawk Platoon, Nike Platoon


Camp Howze, Korea 1989, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Rice, Korea 1973, Alphe Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry


Camp Henry / Camp Walker Korea Support Command 1970 Tae Gue, Korea


Camp Casey, Korea 1983 122nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


Camp Casey, Korea 302nd Forward Support Battalion 1994.


142nd Military Police, 19 General Support Group, Pusan & Taegu, Korea 1970.


Camp Greaves DMZ, Camp Liberty Bell DMZ, Korea 1978 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division.


Camp Casey, Korea 1969, 7th MO Company, 7th Infantry Division


Camp Hovey, Korea 1975 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division.


71st Ordnance Group [AMMO], 83rd Ordnance Battalion, *th Army, Korea 1964-1965


Camp Stanley 1970, Headquarters & Headquarters Company,11th Engineer Battalion [C]-[C].


Osan Air Base, Korea 1976-1977, 554th Civil Engineering Squadron


Osan Air Base, Korea 1985-1986, 51st Security Police Squadron.


2nd Administration Company, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1966


142nd Military Police Company, Korea 1974-1975


Camp Henry, Camp Walker, Korea 1981 19th Support Command HHC.


Camp Pililaau, Company C, 51st Signal Battalion [CORPS] Korea 1966.


Camp Baker, Korea 1970 304th Signal Battalion


Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group-Korea 1978.


Tae Gu, Korea 1974, U.S. Army Communication Command Facility, 38th Signal Command [USACC] 


7th Division Administration Company, Korea 1967


Camp Greaves, Korea 1974, Alpha Company D.M.Z. 1st Battalion, 31st Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division.


Tae Gu, Korea 1972, U.S Army Communications Command Facility.


Camp Hustom, Korea 1968 Delta Battery, 4th Battalion, 44th Artillery,


Camp Casey, Korea 1970, 7 S & DBN, 7th Infantry Division.


Camp Casey, Korea 1979 , 2nd Aviation Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


​Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group, Korea 1975.


U.S.S. Boxer CV-21 January/June 1950


​Tae Gu Air Base, Korea 1970, 6168th Combat Support Group


Ascom Depot, Bupyong, Korea 1970, A Company   ​


Camp Casey, Korea 1994, 122nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Henry/Camp Walker, Korea 1981, 19th Support Command


67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing Air Police, Korea 1955
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Fort Beavers, Korea 1967, 1st Battalion, 73rd Armor, 7th Infantry Division 


121st Evacuation Hospital, Korea 1964-1964


Camp Casey, Camp Stanley, Camp Edwards, Korea 1983, 2nd Medical Battalion ​


Camp Casey, Korea 1991, HQ & HQ Company, 2nd Infantry Division ​


194th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Korea 2008


Osan Air Base, Korea 1973, 51st Civil Engineering Squadron ​


Osan Air Base, Korea 1974, Civil Engineer Squadron ​


Osan Air Base, Korea 1979, 611th Military Support Squadron ​


Camp Casey, Korea 1981, Foxtrot Company, 702 Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


Charlie Company, 304th Signal Battalion, Eight Army Support Command Seoul, Korea 1966


8th U.S. Army, Seoul, Korea 1966, Honor Guard Company


A Battery, 6th Battalion, 44th Artillery.


2nd Administration Company 2nd Infantry Division 1966.


Camp Humphreys, Korea 1977 30th Ordnance Company GM (GS).


U.S. Army, Korea 1967-1968 Delta Company Long Lines Battalion.


Kunsan Air Base, Korea 1975-1976 8th Supply Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing.


​Camp Casey, Korea 1978, 2nd Aviation Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


Camp Essayons, 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1975


U.S.S Philipines CVA-47, Korea 1955


Camp Palilaau, Korea 1966, Company C, 51st Signal Battalion [Corps].


U.S.S. Valley Forge CVA-45, Korean 1951-1952, War Deployment Cruise Book (Year Log)


U.S.S. Misouri BB-63, Korean 1952-1953, War Deployment Cruise Book (Year Log).


U.S.S. Radoeng CVE-116, Korean 1953, War deployment Cruise Book (Year Log) ​


U.S.S. Champ CVA-39, Korea 1953, War deployment Cruise Book (Year Log)


Camp Stanley, Camp Essayons Uijonbu, Korea 1967, 1968 11th Engineer Battalion.


Camp Rice, Korea 1970, 702nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Division ​


Camp Garry Owen, Charlie Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry, 2nd Infsntry Division,  Korea 1976


Kunsan Air Base, Korea 1985, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 8th Supply Squadron


1st Battalion, 17th Artillery, Korea 1967-1968


Mad Dogs, 11th Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th Cavalry, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1987


United States Army Garrison (UASGY), Yongsan, Seoul, Korea 1976


Camp Garry Owen, HQ & HQ Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1974 ​


Camp Poderosa, Delta Company, 707th Maintnance Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, Korea 1968


36th Signal Battalion, [USACC], korea 1974


B Company, 728th Military Police (A), Pyong Taek, Korea 


USN DD-748, U.S.S., Harry E. Hubbard Cruise Year Book, Korea


Osan Air Base, 2164th Communication Group (AFCS), Korea 1966


Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group-K (JUSMAG-KI) Korea 1981


​Camp Casey, Support Command, Korea 1968


Camp Page, HQ & HQ Company, 4th USAMSL Command, Korea 1970,


​Camp Hovey, HHC, 1st Battalion, 23rd Infantry, Korea 1972


​Camp Pillilaau, HQ./HQ. Company, 51st Signsl Battalion (C), Korea 1968-1969


Camp Paris, HQ., Headquarters Service battery, 2nd Battalion, 8th Artillery, 
A,B,C, Korea 1967


Camp Baker, A Company (CMD Opns), 304th Signal Battalion, (A), Korea 1967


Camp Humphreys, korea 1981-1982, 560th Medical Company [AMB]


570th Ordnance Company [DAS],Support Command, Korea 1975


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The 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery was born on 5 July 1918 when the 37th Field Artillery Regiment was organized at Camp Lewis, Washington. The Regiment was demobilized in 1919 and remained inactive until 1940. It was then reactivated and organized as a truck-drawn 105mm Howitzer Battalion at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The battalion was assigned to the 2d Infantry Division and participated in campaigns in Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes, Alsace, and Central Europe. World War II ended for the 37th Field Artillery near Pilsen, Czechoslovakia.

In the years following World War II, the battalion remained with the 2d Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Washington. During the Korean Conflict, the battalion landed at Pusan with the 2d Infantry Division and fought in such famous battles as “Heartbreak Ridge,” “Old Baldy,” “T-Bone Hill,” and “Pork Chop Hill.” The battalion earned 6 campaign streamers and 3 Presidential Unit Citations recognizing extraordinary heroism in combat for actions at Taegu, Chipyongni, and Hongchon.

After the Korean Conflict, the battalion was again stationed with the 2d Infantry Division at Fort Lewis and Fort Richardson, Alaska. While in Alaska, the battalion was inactivated from 1957 to 1960. Later reactivated at Fort Benning, Georgia, the battalion returned to Korea and the 2d Infantry Division in August 1965. At that time, the battalion was reorganized with 155mm and 8-inch howitzers and assumed the Division’s composite general support mission.

Stationed first at Camp Pelham, Korea and later at Camp Essayons, the battalion again became a composite battalion. In 1984 6-37 FA consisted of Battery C (MLRS) and two batteries of 8-inch howitzers. In 1991, Batteries A and B fielded ATACMS-capable MLRS launchers. Battery C became ATACMS-capable in 1992.

On 11 June 1993, Battery A, 38th Field Artillery, the 2d Infantry Division’s newly activated separate MLRS battery, was attached to 6-37 FA creating the Army’s largest MLRS battalion. In June 1994, the battalion moved to Camp Stanley in Uijeongbu, Korea.

In 2001, 6-37 FA helped the Army stand up the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery and relinquished control of Battery A, 38th Field Artillery. Then, on 18 June 2002, 6-37 FA assumed it current configuration as an 18 launcher MLRS battalion.

Today the 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery is headquarted at Camp Casey where it proudly stands poised, ready, and "On the Minute".


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