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|Oregon Army National Guard |
Worn from: 28 December 1918 - 31 December 1945.
Re-designated as the Forty-first Infantry Brigade -- Second Design. Worn from: 13 June 1969 - Current.
The Forty-first Division was the predecessor of this unit. The division was organized from the National Guard of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Wyoming in September 1917 at Camp Greene, North Carolina. It was known as the Sunset Division, and its members wore as their distinguishing device a sun setting over the blue waters of the Pacific.
Campaigns: World War I, World War II (New Guinea, Luzon, Southern Philippines).
Decorations: Philippine Presidential Unit Citation (streamer embroidered 17 October 1944 - 4 July 1945).