The 150th Combat Engineers where reactivated September 2, 1994. Below is the Lineage and Honors. Under it is many links with letters, news articles, and pictures of the ceremony. We will not be adding much more to this section, as we are concentrating on the the work and actions of the men in WWII. We do hope one day to link to a website about the current 150th, should they make one.
 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

Lineage and Honors

150TH ENGINEER BATTALION

Constituted 2 September 1994 in the Mississippi Army National Guard as the 150th Engineer Battalion and organized from new and existing units in eastern Mississippi with Headquarters at Meridian

Assigned 1 September 1995 to the 155th Armored Brigade

HOME AREA: Eastern Mississippi

CAMPAIGN PARTICIPATION CREDIT

Authorized to display the following campaign participation credit of the former 150th Engineer Combat Battalion as "a challenge and a trust":

World War II
Normandy
Northern France
Rhineland
Ardennes-Alsace
Central Europe

Company B (Quitman) additionally entitled to:

  • Southwest Asia
    Liberation and Defense of Kuwait

DECORATIONS

Authorized to display the following decoration of the former 150th Engineer Combat Battalion as "a challenge and a trust":

Presidential Unit Citation (Army), Streamer embroidered SIEGFRIED LINE

List  Pentagon List showing the unit cuts, and the formation of the New 150th

Pamphlet  Describing unit history, and reactivation ceremonies

Letter-1   May 24, 1996 from Dept. of the Army, & June 6, 1996 from Congressman Montgomery.

Letter-2   May 10, 1996 to the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge

Letter-3   Undated Thank You to Congressman Montgomery

Newspaper-1   150th Combat Battalion Resurrected

Newspaper-2   `40's Battalion re-emerges in Meridian

Newspaper-3   150th Battalion Returns to life

Story    150th's History and New Life    By Bob Pearl

Pictures   From the Ceremonies of the Reactivation Thanks to Curt Shaw.

More Pictures   From the Ceremonies of the Reactivation Thanks to Pat MacIsaac.

News Letter   Prior to the 50th Reunion, about the trip to Mississippi.

Certificate   Certificate of Appriciation awarded to Arthur & Ruth Boucher

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