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167th Infantry ( 4th Alabama)
Topic Started: Apr 6 2012, 02:02 AM (1,627 Views)
tankman
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am interested in the 167th infantry or should i say the 4th Alabama. I have seen a few bits and peices of information regarding the units service but not alot. Is there a current unit history and is anyone doing a 167th impression the 1st Battalion is still an active part of the Alabama Army National Guard. all i know is that they were a part of the 42nd division and that they saw action in several campaigns and thats all i know on the units history at the moment. Any ideas comments or suggestions we be helpful and would it be fesible to even attempt to do up this impression. thanks in advance. :army:
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tankman
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having to make some choices i have decided for the time being to put my AEF Impression :army: on Hold and pursue my German Soldat impression <:) . i will do an AEF impression just not right now.
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Sorry I didn't see this until now, we do 165th NY (69th NY) which was a sister regiment in the 42nd. If you ever decide to pursue this impression shoot us an email!
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