The 15th Infantry Regiment Association

Dedicated to the members of the 15th Infantry Regiment
--past, present, and future

CAN DO
Celebrating 155 years of continuous service to our Army
The 15th Infantry traces our official Army lineage to the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry constituted on 3 May 1861 by
General Order Number 33.  See our
history and visit one of the battlefields on which the Regulars served from 1862
to 1864 in the Army of the Cumberland.
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Objectives Of Our Association

To perpetuate and foster the history and traditions of the Regiment.
To provide opportunities for uniting past and present members of the Regiment into a close and cooperative alliance.
To promote morale and high esprit de corps among members of the Regiment.
To acquire and maintain a repository of Regimental historical memorabilia.
To assist in the maintenance of monuments dedicated to the 15th Infantry Regimental units.
3rd Battalion Returns from Ukraine Deployment
The soldiers of the 3rd Battalion at Fort Stewart continue to return from their deployments to the Ukraine
and the Horn of Africa. Posted to the
Photogallery page are pictures from the 10 July 2016 flight that
recently arrived from the Ukraine. Family members and others attended a welcoming ceremony on a
great Fort Stewart day. Check back for more
photos from more flights.
15th Infantry Regimental Dinner in Harrisburg, PA----- 23 September 2016
The Association will once again host their annual Regimental Dinner on 23 September 2016. This year the
event will be held at the Best Western Center City in Harrisburg, PA.  The dinner is open to anyone who
would like to attend. It will provide a great evening of reflection on our history, entertainment, and
reminiscences. This will be an excellent opportunity to visit with your old friends and buddies and to make
new acquaintances. Click
here to register and pay.
World War II Seminar Series Announced for 15-17 September 2016
This series covers the August 1944 to May 1945 fight from the beaches of Southern France, up the Rhone
Valley, through the Vosges, clearing Alsace and the Colmar Pocket, breaking through the West Wall,
across the Rhine, overrunning southern Germany (including Nuernberg, Munich, and Berchtesgaden), and
liberating significant portions of Austria (including Salzburg). Click
here for details and more information.