1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment

1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment This is the official page for the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment. For questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact the Public Affairs representative at [email protected].
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The 89th Cavalry Regiment was originally constituted on 1 June 1940 in the Regular Army of the United States as the 10th Antitank Battalion. On 15 December 1941, at Fort Lewis, Washington, it was redesignated as the 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion. The 899th landed in North Africa on 26 January 1943. The Battalion’s baptism of fire was at El Guettar, Tunisia, 23 March 1943, equipped with the brand new, full tracked M10 GMCs, armed with high velocity, flat trajectory three inch guns. Subsequently, the 899th TDB landed at Utah Beach on D-Day and saw action throughout WWII. Earning campaign participation credits in Tunisia, Rome-Arno, Normandy (with arrowhead), Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe. On 7 March 1945 the 9th Armored Division captured a bridge, which crossed the Rhine River at Remagen. The 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion arrived at the bridgehead that afternoon with the 9th Infantry Division and helped secure the bridge, ensuring that the German Army could not destroy it. On 20 November 1944, SSG Herschel F. Briles led a platoon of destroyers across an exposed slope near Scherpenseel, Germany, when they came under heavy enemy artillery fire. A direct hit was scored on one of the vehicles, killing one man, seriously wounding two others, and setting the destroyer afire. With a comrade, SSG Briles left the cover of his own armor and raced across ground raked by artillery and small-arms fire to the rescue of the men in the shattered destroyer. Without hesitation, he lowered himself into the burning turret, removed the wounded and then extinguished the fire. From a position he assumed the next morning, he observed hostile infantrymen advancing. With his machinegun, he poured such deadly fire into the enemy ranks that an entire pocket of 55 Germans surrendered, clearing the way for a junction between American units which had been held up for two days. SSG Briles was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions on that day. Following the war, the 899th was deactivated on 27 December 1945 at Camp Kilmer, New Jersey. Again at Camp Kilmer, the unit was redesignated as the 899th Tank Battalion on 23 July 1953. Almost 50 years later, the unit was converted and redesignated on 30 March 2004 as the 89th Cavalry Regiment, a parent regiment under the United States Army Regimental System. The 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment can trace its lineage directly back to Company A of the 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion. The Squadron can take pride in the fact that the original tank destroyer concept called for great mobility (TDs were lightly armored for greater speed) and its personnel had "an aggressive, elite spirit." Tank Destroyer units had a large reconnaissance capability built into their structure, with some self-propelled battalions having an organic reconnaissance company as one of its four line companies. All these abilities contributed to their motto "Seek, Strike, Destroy." During WWII, the Tank Destroyer Battalions served in multi-functional roles and earned a proud combat record. In tribute to their nickname and the shoulder patch worn by the 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion in World War II, Headquarters and Headquarters Troop of the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment call themselves Hellcats. Today, the primary mission of the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment is to conduct intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in order to enable the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) to act decisively at a time and place of its own choosing. On 13 August 2006, the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) to South Baghdad in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 06-08. During the 15 month deployment, the Squadron secured the main supply route into Baghdad, killed 12 insurgents, captured 198 (including 2BCT HVT #1), and uncovered 57 caches, ensuring that thousands of munitions stayed out of enemy hands. The 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment redeployed to Fort Drum, NY in November of 2007 and began preparations for their next deployment. Training from 2007-2009 included two rotations to the Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana as well as a month-long off-post training exercise at Yuma, Arizona where the Troopers honed their skills in Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition. Initially scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan in November of 2009, the First Squadron, 89th Cavalry received orders to return to Iraq that October. The 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment deployed along with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) to Southeast Baghdad on 18 October 2009 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-10. During the deployment, The 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment was partnered with the 3rd Brigade, 1st Iraqi Federal Police, following and supporting the Iraqi organization while the Iraqis maintained control of the area Southeast of Baghdad. Through a training Academy called Task Force Nassir, the Squadron trained Iraqi Federal Police NCOs, eventually training the Iraqis to run the academy themselves allowing complete control of Task Force Nassir to be handed over to the Iraqi Federal Police. Alpha Troop, through operation “Golden Warrant,” captured several high value targets resulting in improved security for the local Iraqi civilian population. During Operation Eye Drop, Bravo Troop air assaulted onto land suspected to contain insurgents smuggling weapons and personnel into Baghdad. Charlie Troop conducted Sons of Iraq revitalizing training throughout the deployment, which trained more than 1,000 SOI in basic checkpoint operations, buddy aid, and vehicle search techniques. The combined efforts of the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment resulted in the continued steady decline of sectarian violence throughout the region and contributed to the security and stability of the area. In March of 2010, the Squadron supported the free elections of Iraq. This election signified the first time in the region’s 5,000 year history that one democratically elected government handed over power peacefully to another democratically elected government. In the closing weeks of the deployment, The 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment secured 400 square kilometers of terrain in support of 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division’s retrograde throughout the Wolverine’s operating environment. Initially ordered to Iraq for 12 Months, the Squadron completed their mission and was able to redeploy three months early in June of 2010. Presently, the Troopers of the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment are stationed at Fort Drum, NY training for their next deployment, wherever and whenever it may be.

Last week the Troopers of 1-89 conducted an FSCX. This exercise is to train our Soldiers on how to utilize all forms of ...
01/28/2020

Last week the Troopers of 1-89 conducted an FSCX. This exercise is to train our Soldiers on how to utilize all forms of indirect fire. They worked along side their assigned Fires Support Officer as well as Air-force JTACs to incorporate all platforms of indirect fires ranging from 60mm and 120mm Mortars to Close Air Support (CAS) throughout their missions. "READY NOW"

01/28/2020
U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
12/18/2019

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

Due to severe weather on Wednesday December 18 the Garrison Commander has issued a DO NOT REPORT ORDER. Unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor, Fort Drum non-emergency/non-essential uniformed military personnel and civilians will not report to duty/work. Emergency and Mission Essential personnel WILL report unless notified otherwise by their chain of command/supervisor.

Today we congratulate Specialist Rodriguez on her promotion to Corporal! Her hard work and dedication to the Wolverine f...
12/18/2019

Today we congratulate Specialist Rodriguez on her promotion to Corporal! Her hard work and dedication to the Wolverine family has definitely paid off!! “READY NOW!”

We are opening back up the Toy Drive store here at 1-89! Come out at take advantage of these great deals!!
12/17/2019

We are opening back up the Toy Drive store here at 1-89! Come out at take advantage of these great deals!!

Friday we said goodbye to Captain Quinones of Delta Troop and welcomed Captain Hassel! Captain Quinones' hard work throu...
12/14/2019

Friday we said goodbye to Captain Quinones of Delta Troop and welcomed Captain Hassel! Captain Quinones' hard work throughout her time here was also recognized with her induction into the Order of Saint George! Congratulations Captain Quinones and welcome to the Wolverine family Captain Hassel! "READY NOW!"

Come have a cup of coffee on us! We have lots of clothes for a bargain!!
12/13/2019

Come have a cup of coffee on us! We have lots of clothes for a bargain!!

Come and enjoy a cup of coffee on us and see the great bargains!!
12/12/2019

Come and enjoy a cup of coffee on us and see the great bargains!!

Don’t forget about our Toy Drive! Please come participate and donate!!
12/12/2019

Don’t forget about our Toy Drive! Please come participate and donate!!

12/10/2019
Last week Sean Nestor was promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain! During his time here in the Wolverine Family he has b...
12/09/2019

Last week Sean Nestor was promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain! During his time here in the Wolverine Family he has been in many roles from Plans Officer to Scout Platoon Leader and then Squadron S-4. As the Squadron S-4, now Captain Nestor, is responsible for logistical sustainment for the entirety of 1-89. Thank you for your hard work and commitment! "READY NOW!"

Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes
12/06/2019

Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes

HO! HO! HO! Santa is coming to Fort Drum tonight! Be sure to bring the kiddos out to get their picture taken with the jolly man in red!

12/01/2019
Big win for 1-89 in the 2019 Turkey Bowl! Congrats and have a Happy Thanksgiving! "READY NOW!"
11/28/2019

Big win for 1-89 in the 2019 Turkey Bowl! Congrats and have a Happy Thanksgiving! "READY NOW!"

Last week the "Shave Tails" of 1-89 were put to the test during this year's Spur Ride! These Troopers were tested on the...
11/26/2019

Last week the "Shave Tails" of 1-89 were put to the test during this year's Spur Ride! These Troopers were tested on their physical fitness, weapons knowledge and Land Nav skills! Though hard, these Troopers came out on top and earned their Spurs! Lets congratulate all of the new 1-89 CAV Spur Holders! "READY NOW!"

The Order of the Spur is a Cavalry tradition within the United States Army. Troopers serving with Cavalry units are indu...
11/21/2019

The Order of the Spur is a Cavalry tradition within the United States Army. Troopers serving with Cavalry units are inducted into the Order of the Spur after successfully completing a "Spur Ride."The spurs are to be worn with the military uniform during Squadron or Regimental ceremonies and events or as designated by the Cavalry unit commander. Silver spurs represent having completed the Spur Ride and within the tradition, silver spurs and gold spurs hold a similar relationship for the Cavalry as the Expert Infantryman Badge hold in the U.S. Army Infantry. There is no Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) requirement for the Order of the Spur and the order is open to members of foreign militaries serving with U.S. Cavalry units!

Stay tuned for more pictures of the 2019 1-89 Spur Ride! "Ready Now!"

U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division
11/20/2019

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

Preparation is underway for this year's Fort Drum FMWR Old-Fashioned Holiday Celebration at Hays Hall and the tree is on its way! Make sure you add this December 2nd event to your calendar and stay tuned for updates on the prep progress.

Winter is coming! Are you prepared?
11/18/2019

Winter is coming! Are you prepared?

Photos from 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment's post
11/17/2019

Photos from 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment's post

1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment's cover photo
11/16/2019

1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment's cover photo

This past week the Staff and Troop Commanders were hard at work with the Squadron "Staff Exercise" and were visited by B...
11/16/2019

This past week the Staff and Troop Commanders were hard at work with the Squadron "Staff Exercise" and were visited by Brig. Gen. Brett T. Funck, the Deputy Commanding General. The STAFFEX is an academic exercise which helps the unit leadership refine its processes and procedures from past deployments and exercises and be ready for any number of possible missions 1-89 may be assigned in the future. "READY NOW!"

Today we congratulate Doug Leung for his promotion from 1st Lieutenant to Captain! During his time here in the Wolverine...
11/16/2019

Today we congratulate Doug Leung for his promotion from 1st Lieutenant to Captain! During his time here in the Wolverine Family he has been in many roles from Plans Officer to Scout Platoon Leader and then Squadron S-4. As the Squadron S-4, now Captain Leung, was responsible for logistical sustainment for the entirety of 1-89. Thank you for your hard work and commitment! "READY NOW!"

Our Unit Insignia Lineage.DescriptionA Silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall con...
11/16/2019

Our Unit Insignia Lineage.

Description

A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Azure, semé of caltrops Argent, on a bend of the second an elongated inverted pile of the first. Attached below the shield a Blue scroll inscribed "READY NOW" in Silver letters.

Symbolism

The sprinkling of silver caltrops, an ancient military instrument, sometimes called "cheval trap" (from the French word horse) from its use in impeding the approach of cavalry-is symbolical of the first duty of the Tank Destroyer Battalions, i.e., to stop the advance of enemy tanks by obstacles strewn in their path and sharp attack from all points. The silver bend represents the forward path to be traveled as well as Highway 99, the birthplace of the unit and the scene of their first arduous convoy. The inverted pile shooting forward from this bend further illustrates advance and the penetrating qualities of the battalion toward any obstacle encountered.

Background

The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion on 6 August 1942. It was redesignated for the 899th Tank Battalion on 25 April 1956. The insignia was redesignated for the 89th Cavalry Regiment on 23 December 2004.

Today we said goodbye to SFC Bednarczyk and welcomed 1SG Williams during Delta Troop's Change of Responsibility Ceremony...
11/14/2019

Today we said goodbye to SFC Bednarczyk and welcomed 1SG Williams during Delta Troop's Change of Responsibility Ceremony! SFC Bednarczyk's professionalism, attention to detail and dedication to his job as well as the Wolverine Nation will truly be missed! We all wish you luck with your future endeavors SFC Bednarczyk! "READY NOW!"

Congratulations to Lieutenant Fish and Lieutenant Hesse of Bravo Troop on their promotion to 1st LT!"READY NOW!"
11/06/2019

Congratulations to Lieutenant Fish and Lieutenant Hesse of Bravo Troop on their promotion to 1st LT!
"READY NOW!"

This past month the Troopers of 1-89 CAV have been very busy with Section and Platoon Gunnery as well as the Charlie Tro...
11/05/2019

This past month the Troopers of 1-89 CAV have been very busy with Section and Platoon Gunnery as well as the Charlie Troop Live Fire Exercise. We had numerous Troopers across the Wolverine formation that were awarded the Army Achievement Medal for their hard work and dedication throughout their time in the field. We also had one re-enlistment this past week! Congratulations SGT Venegas and congratulations to all who were awarded the Army Achievement Medal! "READY NOW!"

Soldiers of Charlie Troop conducting their Platoon Live Fire Exercise. 30-OCT-2019
11/04/2019

Soldiers of Charlie Troop conducting their Platoon Live Fire Exercise. 30-OCT-2019

Soldiers of Charlie Troop conducting their Platoon Live Fire Exercise. 30-OCT-2019

Air Assault!
10/21/2019

Air Assault!

#Commandos from 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment also crushed #AirAssault, and graduated Friday. Special #Congratulations are in order for SGT Ornelas, this cycle's honor graduate. #climbtoglory #readynow

Wolverines! This is a great opportunity to have your kids learn how to swim. Registration begins October 17 tomorrow fro...
10/16/2019

Wolverines! This is a great opportunity to have your kids learn how to swim. Registration begins October 17 tomorrow from 9AM to 1PM. Please reference the attached flyer and drum.armymwr.com for more information!

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division
09/08/2019

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

What a weekend 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment had! Yesterday 16 Soldiers from Crazy Horse Troop ran the annual Old Forge Marathon in Old Forge, NY. Members of the Troop SFRG volunteered to man water stations and mile markers. We hope Monday isn't leg day down at 1-89! #runtoglory #climbtoglory

Happy Saturday! Today, some ambitious Wolverines from Crazyhorse Troop participated in and smashed the Old Forge Maratho...
09/07/2019

Happy Saturday! Today, some ambitious Wolverines from Crazyhorse Troop participated in and smashed the Old Forge Marathon. Outstanding job, all!
Ready Now!

09/06/2019
1-89 CAV Combat PT

What did you do for PT this morning?
Your favorite Squadron was conducting Combat PT at the motor pool and one of the numerous events they did was a deadlift ladder that increased from 225-285 lbs.
Featured demolishing the DL ladder is Blackhawk Troop's very own SSG Villarreal.
Ready Now!

Wolverines! On August 28, the Commando Cafe will be hosting a Welcome Back lunch. Please feel free to bring your family ...
08/22/2019

Wolverines! On August 28, the Commando Cafe will be hosting a Welcome Back lunch. Please feel free to bring your family to this event! Hope to see you there.

The Commando Cafe: Dining Facility of 2BCT, 10th MTN Division is serving up something special on August 28 to officially welcome our #Commandos home!

2nd Battalion 15th Field Artillery Regiment, "Allons" 2nd Battalion 87th Infantry Regiment 2-14 Infantry "Golden Dragons" 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry "Polar Bears, Pro Patria" 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment 210 Brigade Support Battalion 41st Engineer Battalion

07/30/2019
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

Thank you for your leadership over the past three years CSM Heyliger. We wish you the best in your next assignment! CSM McLellan, we are excited to have you at 1-89 CAV, welcome to Wolverine Nation! #Wolverines #ReadyNow

Less than two weeks after returning from Kosovo 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment said goodbye to CSM Heyliger, and welcomed CSM McLellan, the new #Wolverine senior noncommissioned officer. #ReadyNow

07/22/2019
KFOR Regional Command East

KFOR Regional Command East

IN FOCUS: Task Force FCP 💥💥💥

Kosovo Force - KFOR Forward Command Post Soldiers patrol Kosovo at the tactical level. With joint patrols with NATO partners, Kosovo Border Police, and Serbian Armed Forces, see how these 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment Soldiers help keep a safe and secure environment within Kosovo.

WATCH IN FOCUS: Task Force FCP to see the capabilities of our Forward Command Post Soldiers

U.S. Army video by Sgt. Aven Santiago/Released

10th Mountain Division U.S. Army Europe 21st Theater Sustainment Command U.S. European Command (EUCOM) #StrongEurope #211TSC #UnitedInCommitment

YOUR WOLVERINES ARE BACK!To see more photos of the redeployment ceremony, please see the 10MTN Flickr page: https://www....
07/19/2019

YOUR WOLVERINES ARE BACK!

To see more photos of the redeployment ceremony, please see the 10MTN Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/drum10thmountain/sets/72157709558822027/?fbclid=IwAR3u4h3i7BETY4XPrZCZchgICQFppvV_mfYr0Dl-1zA0CuFgJQX-kgEjIOw

YOUR WOLVERINES ARE BACK!

To see more photos of the redeployment ceremony, please see the 10MTN Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/drum10thmountain/sets/72157709558822027/?fbclid=IwAR3u4h3i7BETY4XPrZCZchgICQFppvV_mfYr0Dl-1zA0CuFgJQX-kgEjIOw

As you prepare for your Soldiers to return, please remember that Troop movements are considered sensitive information. A...
07/12/2019

As you prepare for your Soldiers to return, please remember that Troop movements are considered sensitive information. Any detailed regarding welcome home ceremonies and when you get to see your Wolverines can be found at the link pinned to the top of the Wolverine page! Thank you for your help!

#Commandos and Families:
This is not a typical method of addressing OPSEC concerns, but we feel it is necessary to really drive the point home. We know you are anxiously awaiting your Soldiers' return. We know you are excited. Please remember to use caution on social media. Think, type, post. Soldiers, please discuss the importance of operational security with your family members.

Please visit the Army Social Media website for more information about safeguarding information online:
https://www.army.mil/socialmedia/soldiers/

2nd Battalion 87th Infantry Regiment 2nd Battalion 15th Field Artillery Regiment, "Allons" 2-14 Infantry "Golden Dragons" 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry "Polar Bears, Pro Patria" 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment 210 Brigade Support Battalion 41st Engineer Battalion

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division
07/10/2019
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

REDEPLOYMENT UPDATE for families of returning #Commando Soldiers:

- Please continue to check vFRG and the Fort Drum website for changes or updates to welcome home ceremonies. Ceremony dates are not considered sensitive information, and have been approved for release.

- Do not share any other information that may violate OPSEC on the internet, over the phone, or otherwise.

- If you do not have access to vFRG, please contact your SFRG leader or your service member.

- If you are not the Soldier's SFRG contact, or do not know who your Soldier listed as his or her SFRG contact, please get in touch with your Soldier or SFRG leader directly. We are not able to verify or provide that information to you for security reasons.

- Photos from #WelcomeHome ceremonies will be posted into a running album on the 2BCT #Flickr page:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/drum10thmountain/collections/72157632518238713/

- Keep an eye on the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division social media pages for coverage of returning #Commandos.

2nd Battalion 87th Infantry Regiment 2nd Battalion 15th Field Artillery Regiment, "Allons" 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry "Polar Bears, Pro Patria" 2-14 Infantry "Golden Dragons" 210 Brigade Support Battalion 41st Engineer Battalion

https://home.army.mil/drum/index.php/about/welcome-home-ceremonies

Today the Wolverines bid farewell to and recognized our Polish partners for their contribution to the mission in Kosovo....
06/19/2019

Today the Wolverines bid farewell to and recognized our Polish partners for their contribution to the mission in Kosovo. While we will miss this addition to our great team, we look forward to forging new relationships with the incoming Polish Company. #Wolverines #ReadyNow

On Friday, your Wolverines celebrated 244 years of the United States Army. Thank you to all the local staff that made it...
06/16/2019

On Friday, your Wolverines celebrated 244 years of the United States Army. Thank you to all the local staff that made it possible for 1-89 CAV to pause and reflect while we are in Kosovo. (PC: CPL Alyssa Gray) #ReadyNow #Wolverines #PandoRecon

Alpha Troop 1-89 CAV Blackhawk Troop (Bravo Troop), 1-89 CAVDelta "Darkhorse" Troop, 1-89 CAV 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

06/13/2019
U.S. Embassy Pristina, Kosovo

U.S. Embassy Pristina, Kosovo

Thank you to the thousands of American soldiers who have served Kosovo Force - KFOR ’s peace support operations in #Kosovo over the past twenty years.
#NATO4Peace

Check out some awesome prevention resources as well as an upcoming Health and Wellness Fair! Hope to see you there! #Rea...
06/06/2019

Check out some awesome prevention resources as well as an upcoming Health and Wellness Fair! Hope to see you there! #ReadyNow #Wolverines

Alpha Troop 1-89 CAV "Alpine Troop"
Blackhawk Troop (Bravo Troop), 1-89 CAV
Delta "Darkhorse" Troop, 1-89 CAV

This Memorial Day at Camp Nothing Hill, Kosovo, 1-89 CAV paused and reflected on the men and women who have given their ...
05/28/2019

This Memorial Day at Camp Nothing Hill, Kosovo, 1-89 CAV paused and reflected on the men and women who have given their lives in service to this great country. Following a wreath laying ceremony and moment of silence, the Wolverines completed the “MURPH” Challenge, a physical tribute to the sacrifices made by our Brothers and Sisters. We would like to thank Blackhawk Troop for the time, thought, and effort put into paying tribute to our fallen comrades. #ReadyNow #Wolverines (Photo Credit: 1LT Matthew Logan)

Blackhawk Troop (Bravo Troop), 1-89 CAV

Be sure to check out the Wolverine Flickr to see photos from the Wolverine Challenge competition that was held in Kosovo...
05/27/2019
Wolverine Challenge

Be sure to check out the Wolverine Flickr to see photos from the Wolverine Challenge competition that was held in Kosovo with our foreign partners! You’ll also find photos of the dedication of our new chapel at Camp Nothing Hill! Thank you to everyone for their hard work in making these events happen! (Photo Credits: CPL Alyssa Gray) #Wolverines #ReadyNow

Explore this photo album by 1-89 CAV on Flickr!

Wolverine Family! All are encouraged to attend 2BCT's 'Redeployment Brief' on 13JUN19 at 6 PM.There will be helpful info...
05/17/2019

Wolverine Family! All are encouraged to attend 2BCT's 'Redeployment Brief' on 13JUN19 at 6 PM.

There will be helpful information regarding the redeployment as well as FREE food and childcare!

We hope to see you there! You MUST sign up prior at this link: https://einvitations.afit.edu/inv/anim.cfm?i=445515&k=0665470C7A52

See the flyer for details.

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This was found during a house renovation. I was not part of this unit, but seems too valuable to throw away, so I am searching for the owner. I am in Maryland, Semper Fi
This was found renovating a house. I was not part of this unit, but I'm trying to find the individual who is missing this, seems too important to throw away. Semper Fi
Thank you all so much for your service. God Bless. Peace, Love and Music ★♫☮Doc★♫☮🎸
Greetings to all my Brothers and Sisters....may your days be memorable, and your nights restful....M
I am trying to find some info on the “troop” (sorry if I am miss-speaking the lingo I am trying to learn) my son is being transferred to. He graduates basic this week from Fort Benning and headed your way! He was told 1-89 Cav, Blackhawk Troop. Is there an active FB and/or instagram page so I can follow along what might be going on? Thanks!!!!!!
Molotov Cocktails? MOLOTOV COCKTAILS 🔥🔥🔥🔥 Soldiers of the 1st Squadron, 89th Cavalry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division and Soldiers from the 24th Self-propelled Artillery Regiment, Italian Army took part in fire phobia and riot control trainining on Oct. 28, 2018, at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany. The Soldiers are at JMRC participating in mission rehearsal exercises tailored to their upcoming deployment to Kosovo. Soldiers will deploy to Kosovo in support of KFOR Multinational Battle Group-East, U.S. Army Europe . KFOR is a NATO-led international peacekeeping force responsible for establishing a secure environment in Kosovo. U.S. Army Video by Cpl. Aven Santiago/Released #StrongEurope #TrainToWin
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Today I end my journey with 1/89 Cav. I came to C-TRP June 2011, Aug 2017. You will always be part of my family. "Ready Know!" "Climb to Glory!"
A busy week for Hellcat Nation as we turned in commo equipment and prepare to ensure the Squadron maintains the communication required to enable the Brigade. The pic is of some S2 Soldiers signing over some of that radio equipment to allow us in the headquarters to ensure it working to standard. Thank you for your help S2! #hellcatnation