"C" Company, 27th Regt.
25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army
"WOLFHOUNDS" in VIETNAM, 1966 to 1971
The members of "C" Company, 27th Infantry Regiment participate in Vietnam War
events as soldiers of the U.S. Army's 25th Infantry Division.  The 25th Division was
formed in October 1941 on the eve of America's involvement in World War Two.  The
27th Regiment was formed in 1901 and saw service in the Phillipine Insurrection. Their
service in Siberia in World War One earned them the nickname "WOLFHOUNDS"
The Regimental Motto is
"
Nec Aspera Terrent"
No Fear on Earth
CONTACT:
Walt Hanna
Wolfhound soldiers on patrol
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WOLFHOUND re-enactment
PHOTOGRAPHS
This website last updated
on:
July 27, 2012
Unit Actions in
War Zone C
Life on a Firebase
in the combat
zone
CU CHI
U.S. Army Support Base, Republic of South Vietnam
General Westmoreland MACV Commander &
General Weyand - 25th Div Commander
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