1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin

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Operating as usual

Come out this Friday for Family movie night featuring the Sandlot!
08/26/2020

Come out this Friday for Family movie night featuring the Sandlot!

Last week, Corporal Ralph Leon Cale was finally returned home from the Korean War. Corporal Cale enlised in the U.S. Arm...
08/18/2020

Last week, Corporal Ralph Leon Cale was finally returned home from the Korean War. Corporal Cale enlised in the U.S. Army as an Infantryman at the age of 17 and was a member of Company B, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry, 7th Division. On November 27, 1950, the Communist Chinese Army launched a massive counter-attack against U.N. and U.S. forces all across the North Korean Peninsula. His company (part of Task Force Faith) was overrun while conducting a delaying action near the village of Sinhung-ni on the east side of Chang-iin (Chosin) Reservoir in one of our nation's bloodiest and hardest fought battles. CPL Cale was taken prisoner of war in North Korea on December 2, 1950, and is presumed to have died a prisoner of war on January 15, 1954. His remains were positively identified on August 7, 2019.

On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 3d Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) performed a dignified transfer of Corporal Cale's remains by conducting 'Plane-side' Military Honors at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia. 65 years after his death, Corporal Ralph Leon Cale was finally laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery on Friday, August 14, 2020, by Soldiers of the Old Guard.

Welcome finally home CPL Cale!

104 years ago, 7 August 1916, 1-32 IN was activated in Hawaii and became the “Queens Own Buccaneers”! Quite a lot of his...
08/08/2020

104 years ago, 7 August 1916, 1-32 IN was activated in Hawaii and became the “Queens Own Buccaneers”!

Quite a lot of history in this Battalion from World War I to Operation Freedom Sentinel; Chosin Soldiers have continued to perform and complete the mission!

To all past and present Chosin Soldiers:
“Queen’s Own”
“Against all Odds”

07/27/2020
1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Well said by SFC Fernandez! Chosin Soldiers knocking out their Chosin Skills Training this past week while getting more proficient and combat ready!

Against all Odds!

Maintaining readiness at all times.

Soldiers in 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) conduct Chosin Skills Training (CST) July 23, 2020, at Fort Drum, N.Y. CST is designed to increase readiness and enhance the capabilities of soldiers who take part in the training.

1-32 IN Soldiers conducted Chosin Skills Training this week; they demonstrated and completed many essential Warrior skil...
07/23/2020

1-32 IN Soldiers conducted Chosin Skills Training this week; they demonstrated and completed many essential Warrior skills!

Against All Odds

Soldiers from 1-32 #ChosinBattalion participated in the Chosin Skills Training this week. This training covers essential warrior skills and prepares them for EIB.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

07/19/2020
1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Always remember the fallen

Queens own, Against all odds

The 1st Brigade Combat Team presents a video series to #RememberTheFallen. This month, we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice throughout July's past. May they never be forgotten. #ClimbToGlory

Today Chosin said goodbye to one great leader, CPT Evans and welcomed another great leader, CPT Stapley.Best of luck and...
07/18/2020

Today Chosin said goodbye to one great leader, CPT Evans and welcomed another great leader, CPT Stapley.

Best of luck and wishes to Josh and Kaci as they move on in their careers!

And a Chosin Welcome to the Stapley family!

D co. 1-32 Infantry Regiment "Chosin" farewelled Cpt. Joshua P. Evans and welcomed their new commander Cpt. Kenneth B. Stapley during a change of command ceremony on Fort Drum, NY.

Best of luck to both, on the road ahead!

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

07/16/2020
Mountain 6

Happy birthday 10th Mountian

Happy 77th Birthday 10th Mountain Division. Let us continue the climb together. CTG... 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain "Patriots" 10th Mountain Division Sustainment Brigade

It’s a big day for any soldier when they get promoted: more responsibility and more expection! Congrats to Dog Company’s...
07/16/2020

It’s a big day for any soldier when they get promoted: more responsibility and more expection! Congrats to Dog Company’s LT Basel, promoted from 2LT to 1LT

07/15/2020
1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

On this day, in 1943, the 10th Light Division was officially activated at Camp Hale, Colorado.

Happy Birthday 10th Mountain Division!

#ClimbToGlory!

07/15/2020
Mountain 6

Happy Birthday, Climb To Glory!

Happy 77th Birthday 10th Mountain Division. Let us continue the climb together. CTG... 10th Mountain Division 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain "Patriots" 10th Mountain Division Sustainment Brigade

Our Soldiers were getting after their Chosin Skills Training this week! Here are some of the highlights. Against All Odd...
07/15/2020

Our Soldiers were getting after their Chosin Skills Training this week! Here are some of the highlights. Against All Odds!

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
07/14/2020

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division

Fort Drum General Order 1E is now in effect and that means a few changes in operations moving forward so let’s map it all out. (The pun was intentional. Forgive us. It’s been a long 2020.) Also, the command team will be holding a live town hall this Thursday, July 16 at 12 noon here on the page to discuss the entire order and answer all your questions. Please join us for that!

- Travel Impacts -
The most significant change is the extension of the local travel area to a 350-mile radius. Travel within this new local travel area does not require any additional approval for those on regular pass. There are however, still restricted areas as noted in red on the map and we’re gonna go ahead and list them all: Albany County, NY; Erie County, NY; Monroe County, NY; New York City; Oneida County, NY; Onondaga County, NY; Hampden County, MA; Suffolk County, MA; Essex County, NJ; Allegheny County, PA; Philadelphia County, PA; Cuyahoga County, OH; Baltimore County, MD; Prince George County, MD; Arlington County, VA; Fairfax County, VA; Prince William County, VA; State of Delaware, Washington D.C. and Canada. Service Members may drive through these off-limits areas travelling to another destination but may not visit any destinations within those counties or states listed.

In order to travel to unrestricted areas outside of the 350-mile local travel area, Soldiers must possess a DA-31 approved by the first 0-3 in their chain of command. Travel to restricted areas must still be approved at the 0-6 level.

Soldiers are not authorized to use commercial air, train, bus or other public transportation for their travel unless approved by an O-3 commander. Taxicabs and other car services may be used within the local travel area.

Please be aware that other states and counties may have their own restrictions and requirements in place for travelers. Know what’s required before you leave. Soldiers are strongly discouraged from committing funds to travel before they have an approved DA-31.

Traveling to areas found on the NYS List of Restricted States (https://on.ny.gov/2WkwPvz) or the CDC’s Travel Recommendations list (https://bit.ly/2Cy8aNa) will automatically require a 14-day quarantine upon your return to New York State.

- Visitors -
The trusted traveler program remains suspended at this time. Visitors who have a DoD ID card or a Fort Drum local access badge may enter the installation providing they have not traveled outside of the 350-mile radius or to one of the off-limits counties.

Visitors without a DoD ID card must have sponsorship approval in the form of an Exception to Policy (ETP) to gain access to the installation. This approval happens at the first O-5 or GS equivalent in your chain of command. All other visitor requests must be approved by the Garrison Commander.

Soldiers must submit a DA-31 to the first O-3 in their chain and obtain approval to meet or reside with any non-local visitor (from outside of the 350-mile radius) or geographically separated dependent or family member outside of the installation.

- PCS/TDY Travel -
PCS and TDY Travel are now broken down into four categories:
Unrestricted Travel indicates that the origin, destination and all intermediate stops of your travel itinerary are designated as unrestricted locations. The unit must confirm that all locations continue to be unrestricted no more than 10 days before the travel is to start. If any of the locations have changed category to restricted, travel will then require a waiver to be requested and approved.

Restricted Travel requires travelers to receive an approved ETP prior to the PCS or TDY as any one of the origin, destination or intermediate stop locations are designated as restricted.

Waivered Travel means you’ve requested and received an ETP and your PCS/TDY has been deemed necessary. This can be the case for extreme hardship, humanitarian reasons or in support of the mission. G1 will continue to coordinate and validate these requests and route to the first General Officer in a Soldier’s chain for approval.

Exempted Travel is PCS/TDY that does not require a waiver. This exemption will be indicated on orders or in a memo that travelers must carry with them. Some examples of Exempted Travel include: travel for Soldiers/DA Civilians pending retirement, separations or release from Active Duty. Also included is travel by patients and medical providers as well as their attendants and escorts; travel to and from professional military programs and travel for Global Force Management activities.

You can find all of this information fully broken down in General Order 1E on our website here: https://bit.ly/3gTrPpq

Please remember that the wear of masks is still required anytime you cannot maintain a distance of six feet or more in all public facilities. Also ensure you continue to comply with state requirements by wearing your mask over your mouth and nose when off post in an area where you cannot maintain a safe social distance.

We’ll continue to share the latest updates here and on our website: home.army.mil/drum

07/08/2020
1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Check out what the Army Values means to our Chosin Soldiers!

The Army Values are a core part of what it means to be a Soldier. Find out what Integrity means to Spc. Jack Hames from #ChosinBattalion.

#FindAWayOrMakeOne #ClimbToGlory

Please take a moment today to think about the passing of a member of our family in the 10th Mountain Division.
07/07/2020

Please take a moment today to think about the passing of a member of our family in the 10th Mountain Division.

"On the 3rd of July, 2020, SPC Vincent Ibarria from C Company, 2-22 IN, 1st Brigade Combat Team died from non-combat injuries sustained in Farah Province, Afghanistan, while serving our Nation in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel. The entire Warrior Team mourns the loss of Vincent. Our thoughts and prayers are with Vincent's Family, Friends, and fellow Soldiers." -- W6

07/04/2020
10th Mountain Division

10th Mountain Division

Whether in #Afghanistan or back home in #FortDrum, we hope everyone enjoys a safe and relaxing #IndependenceDay!

Please watch this message from MG Brian Mennes, our division commander, as he visits 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division and 10th Combat Aviation Brigade, 10th Mountain Division in Afghanistan.

Climb to glory!

U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) U.S. Army XVIII Airborne Corps

10th Mountain Division
07/04/2020

10th Mountain Division

Here’s a handy guide to Outdoor Recreation on Fort Drum that was referenced at the town hall. Have a safe 4th of July!

Soldiers from Combat Company completing the confidence course! Whether preparing for a school like Ranger or Air Assault...
06/30/2020

Soldiers from Combat Company completing the confidence course! Whether preparing for a school like Ranger or Air Assault, overcoming fear of heights or building the strength to climb, this course has plenty of benefits.

Chosin Soldier Highlight!SGT Matthew Cornelison has gone above and beyond to take care of our Soldiers and the community...
06/29/2020

Chosin Soldier Highlight!

SGT Matthew Cornelison has gone above and beyond to take care of our Soldiers and the community in which we live. During the COVID-19 crisis he has contributed well over 450 hours after work, on weekends and holidays to Lewis County Search and Rescue as an EMT. He has represented the Army extraordinarily well and built trust between service members and the local community. We are honored to serve with Soldiers like SGT Cornelison, who are truly selfless.

SGT Cornelison is currently reporting to the 10th Mountain Division Paramedic Sustainment Program in preparation to be a flight medic. We wish him the best of luck in his endeavors!

#Chosin #Selfless #AgainstAllOdds!

This past week Chosin farewelled three leaders, CPT Floeter, 1LT Wells and 1LT Hinkle. We wish them luck at their next a...
06/29/2020

This past week Chosin farewelled three leaders, CPT Floeter, 1LT Wells and 1LT Hinkle. We wish them luck at their next assignment! Chosin also awarded Soldiers for exceptional performance during mountaineering training, including the fastest team to complete the rope bridge! Soldiers were also awarded for finishing in the top 12 of the ruck and completing the 1000 lb strength challenge!

#Chosin

It’s just walking right? If you’ve ever done a Ruck March before then you know it’s not that easy. In the Light Infantry...
06/29/2020

It’s just walking right? If you’ve ever done a Ruck March before then you know it’s not that easy. In the Light Infantry we walk; short distance, long distance, light pack, heavy pack, rain, snow, sunny skies, mud, sand, rock pine needles, uphill, downhill, you name it. Most of us have probably done it. To make sure our body is prepared for the unpredictable distance, load and environment we may face in the future, we practice. This week the Chosin Battalion executed a 12 mile ruck. Even in great conditions, you’ll feel some hurt after a 2-3 hour walk under load. Against All Odds!

#Chosin #Warriors

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division
06/25/2020

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Congratulations to Cpl. Andres Iniguez, a Soldier with Delta Co, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division. He conducted his reenlistment ceremony while on a rope bridge 24 June 2020 in Remington Park on Fort Drum, N.Y.

#ClimbToGlory #FIndAWayOrMakeOne

Great achievements have been made both forward and at home for the Chosin soldiers; CPL Iniguez re-enlisted as well as S...
06/25/2020

Great achievements have been made both forward and at home for the Chosin soldiers; CPL Iniguez re-enlisted as well as SGT Fortney and SSG Kilgore; Congratulations to all!

Against All Odds!

10th Mountain Division
06/25/2020

10th Mountain Division

Take a nice summer day's swim with 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin as they conduct rope bridge training at Remington Pond here on Fort Drum!

#ClimbtoGlory
#ReadyNow

06/25/2020
Chosin Soldiers demonstrating their mountaineering skills by constructing a rope bridge! #AgainstAllOdds!
06/25/2020

Chosin Soldiers demonstrating their mountaineering skills by constructing a rope bridge! #AgainstAllOdds!

06/24/2020
10th Mountain Division

Chosin soldiers getting after their mountaineering skills! Well said by CPT Kwait!

The 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin, prepare to handle any terrain and ensure they have the edge with their mountaineering training.

They are Mountain Tough.

#ClimbToGlory #Readiness

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division
06/22/2020

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Happy Father's day from the Warrior Brigade.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

Today we farewelled the Chosin Strength and Conditioning Coach Jason Ralya. Jason has been the Strength coach in 1-32 si...
06/19/2020

Today we farewelled the Chosin Strength and Conditioning Coach Jason Ralya. Jason has been the Strength coach in 1-32 since 2018. Jason has had an enormous impact on the Athlete Warrior Culture that Chosin has built over the past year and a half. Jason prescribed exercise for the entire Battalion and contributed to the development and execution of daily sessions for the companies and platoons, the Ranger physical training program and coaching certification. He taught young leaders how to control a room and teach proper form and technique. He also taught our fitness leaders how to program PT. Jason helped Soldiers understand the why behind each exercise, session and progression. That contribution has not gone unnoticed! Thanks Jason! You’ll be an asset wherever you end up next!

#Chosin #AthleteWarriors #Fit

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division
06/18/2020

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

As part of their mountaineering training this week, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin Soldiers trained on making rope bridges and rappelled down the 10th Mountain Division Light Fighters School tower.

06/18/2020
1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

🎶Spiderman Spiderman does whatever a spider can.🎶
1-32 INF Chosin, channel their inner Spiderman today while conducting mountaineering training on a rappel tower.

Mountain 6
06/18/2020

Mountain 6

As we reflect on current issues focusing on diversity and inclusion I ask you to take a moment and read my latest message to the 10th MTN DIV team.

06/14/2020
U.S. Army

U.S. Army

Today, we recognize 245 years of bravery, commitment, skill and answering the call to serve.

We are America's Army.

#ArmyBday #ServeWithHonor

#OnThisDayInHistory PFC Henry Svehla was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Korea on 12 June, 19...
06/13/2020

#OnThisDayInHistory PFC Henry Svehla was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Korea on 12 June, 1952. His citation reads: "For extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy of the United Nations while serving with Company F, 2d Battalion, 32d Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division.

Private First Class Svehla distinguished himself by extraordinary heroism in action against enemy aggressor forces at Pyongony, Korea, on 12 June 1952. That afternoon, while Private First Class Svehla and his platoon were patrolling a strategic hill to determine enemy strength and positions, they were subjected to intense enemy automatic weapons and small arms fire at the top of the hill. Coming under heavy fire, the platoon's attack began to falter. Realizing the success of the mission and the safety of the remaining troops were in peril, Private First Class Svehla leapt to his feet and charged the enemy positions, firing his weapon and throwing grenades as he advanced. In the face of this courage and determination, the platoon rallied to attack with renewed vigor. Private First Class Svehla, utterly disregarding his own safety, destroyed enemy positions and inflicted heavy casualties, when suddenly, fragments from a mortar round exploding nearby seriously wounded him in the face. Despite his wounds, Private First Class Svehla refused medical treatment and continued to lead the attack.

When an enemy grenade landed among a group of his comrades, Private First Class Svehla, without hesitation and undoubtedly aware of extreme danger, threw himself upon the grenade. During this action, Private First Class Svehla was mortally wounded. Private First Class Svehla's extraordinary heroism and selflessness at the cost of his own life, above and beyond the call of duty, are in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service and reflect great credit upon himself, his unit and the United States Army."

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The 32nd Infantry Regiment was first organized on 7 August 1916, on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. At its activation, it was known as “The Queen’s Own” Regiment, a title bestowed by the last queen of Hawaii, Queen Liliuokalani. During World War I, units of the Regiment were used to escort German prisoners being transferred to the United States from Hawaii. On 20 July 1918, the 32nd was transferred to Camp Kearny, California, where it eventually demobilized in 1919. Since 1939, the battalion has had a long history. It was involved in multiple Pacific campaigns in Attu, Kwajalein, Leyte, and Okinawa. On 16 September 1950, the 32nd Infantry Regiment set foot on Korean soil, in the invasion of Inchon. In the cold morning hours of the 25th, the Regiment crossed the Han River under intense enemy fire and captured key terrain that allowed the capture of the surrounding heights overlooking and dominating the city, allowing Marine elements to resume their advance. After the 32nd was relieved, their next mission was to lad at Iwon and advance to the Korean-Manchurian border. Landing at Iwon on the 29th, the 32nd moved quickly northward with the 1st Battalion on the east coast of the Chosin Reservoir. Information the three enemy divisions had arrived at Yudam-ni on 20 November 1950 reached intelligence personnel via prisoners of war. The 1st Battalion on the east coast of the Chosin Reservoir was with elements of the 31st Infantry and the 1st Marines, who were cut off by the Chinese Communist (CCF). Only after long and bloody fighting did these forces work their way south to Koto-ri, and then to the Hungman perimeter. LTC Don C. Faith, 1st Battalion Commander, distinguished himself in this action, and was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. In 1978, the 32nd Infantry Regiment was stood down as part of President Carter’s effort to withdraw from Korea. Just prior to that, Colin Powell and Steven Silvasy served as battalion commanders while on their way to becoming general officers later on. It was reactivated on 15 February 1996 as part of the 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, New York. In May 2002, the battalion returned from a six-month rotation in Kosovo as part of Task Force Falcon. The deployment was part of Operation Joint Guardian. In August 2003, the battalion deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom for a thirteen month combat tour. Company A was based out of FOB Volturno near Fallujah while companies B and C built Forward Operating Base (FOB) Chosin at an Iskandiriyah power plant with 82nd Airborne Sappers while conducting combat operations. Later they would move to FOB Manhattan, located between Ramadi and Fallujah. By the time they were finished, 1/32 was the most efficient and successful unit in regards to securing weapons caches, eliminating insurgents, gather intelligence, and killing or capturing Al Qaeda members during combat operations in Iraq. In March 2006, Task Force (TF) Chosin deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom for a fifteen month combat tour. TF Chosin was in the Korengal Valley, along the Peche River, Salerno, around Nangalam, and in Nuristan Province, specifically Bella and Aranas. In 2009, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment deployed to Kunar Province, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and as part of the International Security Assistance Force. The Regiment supported the 1st Infantry Division and later the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division by conducting operations in Kunar Province and responding to enemy movement and activity in Nuristan Province. Battle Company deployed with 3-71 CAV, operating in Logar Province. During this deployment, 1-32 received a Valorous Unit citation for its actions in Barge Matal. During Operation Enduring Freedom XI-XII, 1-32 Infantry, “Chosin,” took part in combat operations to defeat anti-coalition forces operating in the Zharay District of Kandahar Province. The Battalion resided at FOB Howz-E-Madad, relieving the 2nd Battalion, 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment; Task Force “Strike Force” of the 101st Airborne Division. Chosin operated in the multiple villages that encompassed the Zharay District which included, but was not limited to, Nalgham, Sangsar, Kotizi, Mirwalian, Haji Wazir, Marwali, Saib Jan, Diwar, Janon, Khanon, Zarifkhel, Buluchan, and Zhari Dasht. Along with its primary mission of securing the district and training subsequent local national forces, Chosin was the main effort in Operation “To The River,” pushing the insurgents to and past the Arghandab River, through its infamous “Steel Lion Operations,” reaching and securing the Taliban headquarters, a significant and emotional event for all Chosin soldiers. Among its many achievements, Chosin created the Afghanistan Local Police Program, which was recognized as a step forward for the Afghan people in sustaining a local force, and was adopted across the 3rd BCT, 10th Mountain Division for long term security. 1-32 Infantry also reopened the Howz-E-Madad School, an accomplishment that gained international recognition. 1-32 Infantry was relieved by the 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, “Task Force 2 Fury,” a contingent of the 82nd Airborne Division. The Battalion returned to Fort Drum in March of 2012.

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Monday 06:30 - 08:00
Tuesday 09:30 - 17:00
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Wednesday 09:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 06:30 - 08:00
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