|The 15th Infantry Regiment Association
Dedicated to the members of the 15th Infantry Regiment
--past, present, and future
|Celebrating 154 years of continuous service to our Army
|The 15th Infantry traces our official Army lineage to the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry constituted on 4 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.
©Copyright 2015 - 15th Infantry Regiment Association. All rights reserved.
Regimental Dinner held on 12 June 2015
The Association hosted a Regimental Dinner on 12 June 2015 at the Embassy Suites in
North Charleston, SC. The dinner was well attended by current and former members of the 15th Infantry
as well former members of other units. Colorful updates were provided by LTC Tanner of the 1st Bn
and CSM Carns of the 3rd Battalion. This was a fun evening and a great opportunity to visit with
friends and old buddies. Check back later for pictures.
|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.
|1st Battalion Change of Command. The 1st Battalion conducted a change of command on
18 May 2015 at 1030 on Kelly Hill. On a fine, hot, Can Do Day LTC Fred Tanner, took command of the
Battalion. LTC Tanner comes to us from Ft. Bragg. We welcome LTC Tanner to the Can Do Family. The
outgoing Commander, LTC Scott Mueller, is enroute to Ft. Hood. We wish LTC Mueller and Family safe
travels and the best of luck in future assignments. Click here for Change of Command pictures.
Happy Birthday - 15th Infantry
Monday, 4 May was the birthday of the 1st Battalion at Fort Benning and the 3rd Battalion at Fort Stewart. This is the anniversary of the
date that the War Department published General Order Number 33 resulting from the Presidential Proclamation for the call up of 42,034
Federal volunteers for the Civil War in 1861. Headquarters for our Reg't was initially established at what is today Wheeling, West Virginia.