1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division

1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division This is the official page of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI). Soldiers, family and friends of the Warrior Brigade are welcome.
In November 1939, the Soviet Union invaded Finland. The Finnish soldiers on skis annihilated two tank divisions, humiliating the Russians. Charles Minot “Minnie” Dole, the president of the National Ski Patrol, saw this as a perfect example of why the U.S. Army needed mountain troops. Dole spent months lobbying the War Department to train troops in mountain and winter warfare. In September 1940, Dole was able to present his case to General George C. Marshall, the Army Chief of Staff, who caused the Army to take action on Dole’s proposals to create ski units. On December 8, 1941, the Army activated its first mountain unit, the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (later became an entire Regiment) at Fort Lewis, Washington. The unit was dubbed “Minnie’s Ski Troops” in honor of Dole. Soldiers of the 87th trained on Mount Rainer’s 14,408 foot peak. Recruiting for the 87th Infantry Regiment was a unique role taken on by the National Ski Patrol. After returning from the Kiska Campaign in the Aleutian Islands near Alaska the 87th formed the core of the new Division. 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI) was organized September 17, 1942 as Headquarters Company, Mountain Training Center. On July 15, 1943 it was reorganized and redesignated as the Headquarters Company of the newly formed 10th Light Division (Alpine) at Camp Hale, Colorado. For a year the Soldiers trained at the 9,200 foot high Camp Hale and honed the skills of its Soldiers to fight and survive under the most brutal mountain conditions. On June 22, 1944, the whole division was shipped to Camp Swift, Texas to prepare for the Louisiana maneuvers of 1944, which were later canceled. A period of acclimation to a low altitude and hot climate was necessary to prepare for this training. Later that year, on November 6, 1944, the division was redesignated as the 10th Mountain Division. The blue and white “mountain” tab was authorized later that month. The division entered combat on January 28, 1945 in the North Apennine Mountains of Italy. The Soldiers faced German positions arrayed along the five mile long Monte Belvedere-Monte della Torraccia ridge. Other divisions had attempted to assault Mount Belvedere three times, even holding it temporarily, but none had succeeded. To get to Mount Belvedere the division first had to take a ridge line to the wet, known to the Americans as the Riva Ridge. After the 86th Mountain Infantry assaulted Riva Ridge, the 85th and 87th Mountain Infantry Regiments made a bayonet attack without covering artillery fire on Belvedere beginning February 19, 1945. The surprising assault was successful and after a hard fight, the peak was captured. On April 14, 1945, the final phase of the war in Italy began. With the 85th and 87th leading the way, the 10th Mountain Division attacked toward the Po Valley. On the tenth day of the attack, April 23rd, the 10th was the first division to reach the Po River. The 1st Battalion, 87th Mountain Infantry, the original mountain infantry unit, made the crossing under fire in 50 light canvas assault boats. The final combat for the 10th Mountain Division took place in the vicinity of Lake Garda, a canyon lake at the foothills of the Alps. The 10th completely destroyed five elite German divisions. Since the 10th Mountain Division was one of the last to enter combat, it was to be used in the projected invation of Japan. These plans ended with the surrender of Japan in August 1945. After a brief tour of duty in the Army of Occupation in Italy, the 10th was sent to Camp Carson, Colorado. There on November 30, 1945 the 10th Mountain Division was disbanded. After nearly three years, the brigade was redesignated as Headquarters Company, 10th Infantry Division on June 18, 1948. The brigade was allotted June 25, 1948 to the Regular Army, then activated July 1, 1948 at Fort Riley, Kansas. The division conducted a sixteen-week basic military program to prepared Soldiers for infantry combat and duty. Again, the unit was inactivated June 14, 1958 at Fort Benning, Georgia. April 1, 1986 the unit was redesignated as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) and activated at Fort Drum, New York. The 10th was the first division of any kind formed by the Army since 1975 and the first based in the Northeast U.S. since World War II. The division was designed to meet a wide range of worldwide infantry-intensive contingency missions. Equipment design was oriented toward reduced size and weight for reasons of both strategic and tactical mobility. The 1st Brigade was the Command and Control Headquarters for Task Force Warrior, consisting of its organic battalions 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, and 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment. Task Force units from the brigade deployed in exercises both overseas and throughout the country to include Honduras and Panama. The brigade also participated in Desert Storm and routinely sends a battalion to the Multinational Force and Observers mission in the Sinai. In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in December 1992, TF Warrior deployed to southern Florida where it conducted disaster relief operations. Shortly following its return to Fort Drum, the Task Force deployed to Somalia, Africa where it participated in humanitarian relief and combat operations in support of Operations Restore Hope and Continue Hope. Leading the 10th Mountain Division into Somalia, the 87th Infantry Regiment members conducted the first combat operations the regiment had seen since World War II. Bravo Company and Charlie Company were attached to 2-14 Infantry during Operation Restore Hope and Continue Hope. On October 3, 1993, 3rd platoon, Charlie Company, 1-87 Infantry was dispatched as a quick reaction force to secure a crash site in a Somalian city that was a result of an attempt to seize a Somali Warlord by Task Force Ranger. In August 1994, political rhetoric was stiffening against the outlaw government of Haiti. In a Fort Drum, New York, training area, preparations for forced-entry operations were accelerating for the 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry). On September 13, 1994, the Warrior Brigade assault package, consisting of two light infantry battalions, the 10th FSB, and elements of the 10th Aviation Brigade deployed to Haiti aboard the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower. The Brigade led the Division into Operation Uphold Democracy, air assaulting from the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower into Port-Au-Prince, Haiti in order to participate in peacekeeping operations from September 1994 to January 1995. Most of spring 1997 was spent conducting individual training, marksmanship, squad live fire exercises and preparing to support cadet summer training at the United States Military Academy. The Brigade also conducted expert infantry and field medical testing while training and certifying three rifle companies for deployment to Bosnia, Pakistan and Germany. It also executed live fire supported coordination exercises which integrated close air support, artillery and attack helicopters. The training ensured the brigaded maintained its live fire focus and proficiency. After training for most of the year, the brigade was faced with disaster relief operations due to a major ice storm devastating northern New York in January and February of 1998. The 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum provided 161 generators of various sizes, 15 water trailers, 77 cargo trucks, 93 heaters, over 125,000 sandbags, 9 mobile kitchens, over 2,500 Soldiers and much more in a myriad of relief activities ranging from volunteer work to medical support to liaison support in various country and state emergency operations centers. In the wake of the devastating September 11th attacks, 1st Brigade found itself answering the nation’s call by deploying world-wide, keeping peace in the Balkans, and providing support to deployed soldiers’ families back at Fort Drum. When all was said and done, 1stBrigade was the most widely deployed Infantry Brigade in the United States Army. From the summer of 2001 through the spring of 2002, the Warrior Brigade had personnel deployed in support of military operations in six different countries -- Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the United States. 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infatry Regiment deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina in support of OPERATION JOINT GUARD. They served with pride and distinction, assisting Task Force Eagle in the monitoring the former warring factions and ensuring compliance with the Dayton Peace Accord. 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment along with 1st Brigade Headquarters deployed to Kosovo in support of Operation Joint Guardian. There they formed the backbone of Task Force Falcon, the US-led Task Force operating in Kosovo and FYROM. 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment deployed to Uzbekistan and Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Early on in their deployment they provided base camp and airfield security and quick-reaction forces, before fighting and destroying Taliban and Al’Qaeda fighters during Operation Anaconda. Task Force Warrior began deploying to Afghanistan for combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in June 2003. The 4,000 members of TF Warrior replaced units of the 82nd Airborne Division over the summer months. The Task Force led the coalition effort to defeat al Qaeda, Taliban and other hostile forces in order to establish conditions for stability and reconstruction. During the welcome home ceremony in May 2004, the Soldiers were greeted by a packed Magrath gym and the theme from “Rocky” being played by the 10th Mountain Division Band. Although home for a break, the 1st Brigade arrived back in Iraq at Camp Liberty in late summer 2005. After spending several months overseas, the 1st Brigade returned to Fort Drum. The brigade was reorganized as part of the transformation of the entire 10th Mountain Division to the U.S. Army’s new modular force structure. The newly redesignated 1st Brigade Combat Team deployed once again to Iraq in 2007, where it served 15 months before returning to the North Country in fall 2008.

3-6 FA 1BCT 10th Mountain Division conducted a live fire this week out in the Fort Drum snow. Always ready to bring the ...
01/10/2020

3-6 FA 1BCT 10th Mountain Division conducted a live fire this week out in the Fort Drum snow. Always ready to bring the #MountainThunder 10th Mountain Division Artillery

01/07/2020
2019 Highlights: Fall JRTC

As we welcome the new decade here's a look back at some of the great things 1st Brigade Combat Team has accomplished during the previous year. Wrapping up the year the Warrior Brigade completed a successful JRTC rotation.

01/06/2020
2019 Highlights: Mountain Peak Exercise

As we welcome the new decade here's a look back at some of the great things 1st Brigade Combat Team has accomplished during the previous year. Warrior Brigade participated in the division level exercise Mountainpeak in preparation for their upcoming JRTC rotation.

01/05/2020
2019 Highlights: 1-32 Mountaineering Training

As we welcome the new decade here's a look back at some of the great things 1st Brigade Combat Team has accomplished during the previous year. Over the course of the summer, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin conducted rappelling, rock climbing and mountaineer training to further hone their skills as mountain tough Soldiers.

#ThisDayInHistoryOn January 4, 1945, the 85th and 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment embarked from Hampton Roads on t...
01/04/2020
Euel Akins, World War II, 10th Mountain Division veteran, receives hero’s welcome at Fort Drum

#ThisDayInHistory

On January 4, 1945, the 85th and 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment embarked from Hampton Roads on the USS West Point, bound for Naples, Italy.

The ship was formerly the USS America, the largest and fastest of the U.S. commercial fleet. Too fast for any convoy, it sailed alone until near the Straits of Gibraltar.

Read about Euel Akins, a then young 10th Mountain Division Soldier, who made that journey into the German-occupied mountains of northern Italy, during #WorldWarII.

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/320655/euel-akins-world-war-ii-10th-mountain-division-veteran-receives-heros-welcome-fort-drum

01/03/2020
2019 Highlishts: Summer Training Continued

As we welcome the new decade here's a look back at some of the great things 1st Brigade Combat Team has accomplished during the previous year.
Last summer Warrior Brigade Soldiers also participated in various events to include EIB, water training and a Spur Ride.

01/02/2020
2019 Highlights: Spring and Summer Training

As we welcome the new decade here's a look back at some of the great things 1st Brigade Combat Team has accomplished during the previous year.
After a JRTC rotation, spring and summer saw the Warrior Brigade Soldiers honing their skills with various live fire exercises.

01/01/2020
2019 Highlights: The Start of the Year

As we welcome the new decade here's a look back at some of the great things 1st Brigade Combat Team has accomplished during the previous year.
2019 started with the Soldiers of the Warrior Brigade unfazed by the brunt of winter as they conducted small arms ranges and prepped for a JRTC rotation.

12/29/2019
Find a Way or Make One

It's almost a new year, and we're taking a look back at just some of the highlight photos from across the #WarriorBrigade.

#ClimbToGlory #FindAWayOrMakeOne

12/25/2019
Happy Holidays

Whether you are deployed around the world, or here at home on #FortDrum, have a great day, stay safe, and Climb To Glory.

12/24/2019

Festivity intensifies.

Reminder that the Warrior Inn DFAC will be serving a Christmas meal Dec. 25th from 11:30-13:00.

12/22/2019
Cooking Safety

Going all out for that holiday meal this year?

Whether you live in the barracks or not, be safe. Your fellow Warriors will thank you.

12/21/2019
Winter Vehicle Safety

Planning a road trip or just hitting up the PX?

Be safe on the road, and follow this advice to keep your car (and yourself) safe during this #NorthCountry winter.

In a week full of winter weather, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin took full advantage of the changing tra...
12/20/2019

In a week full of winter weather, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin took full advantage of the changing training environment.

Battle Company explored the effectiveness of skis near Remington Pond, showing Soldiers how they could use the equipment to stabilize their weapons and maneuver through difficult terrain.

#FindAWayOrMakeOne #ClimbToGlory

Our motto in the Warrior Brigade is "Find a Way or Make One!" No matter the challenge or obstacle, we will always accomp...
12/19/2019

Our motto in the Warrior Brigade is "Find a Way or Make One!" No matter the challenge or obstacle, we will always accomplish the mission.

I can proudly say that the Soldiers of this Brigade Combat Team have continually embodied that creed.

Enjoy this holiday season with your Family and Friends, be safe, and I look forward to seeing you in the New Year! -W6

1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin returned to the roots of the 10th Mountain Division, for some physical tr...
12/18/2019

1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin returned to the roots of the 10th Mountain Division, for some physical training this last week, as they traded in snowshoes for skis.

An excellent tribute to those first #PandoCommandos who trained at Camp Hale, Colorado during World War II.

#ClimbToGlory

Due to severe weather on Wednesday December 18 the Garrison Commander has issued a DO NOT REPORT ORDER. Unless notified ...
12/18/2019

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.

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.

PFC Jonathan Arendale, 3rd Squadron, 71st Cavalry Regiment "The Ghost Squadron",  won the 10th Mountain Division Junior ...
12/17/2019

PFC Jonathan Arendale, 3rd Squadron, 71st Cavalry Regiment "The Ghost Squadron", won the 10th Mountain Division Junior Chef of the Quarter Board.

During this board, he competed in a cook-off, demonstrated his food-service knowledge with a written test, and participated in a formal board.

Later next year, he will compete against other board winners during the Chef of the Year Division Board.

Great work PFC Arendale! #FindAWay! #ClimbToGlory!

Building camaraderie while enjoying the #Adirondacks, lieutenants from 3rd Squadron, 71st Cavalry Regiment "The Ghost Sq...
12/17/2019

Building camaraderie while enjoying the #Adirondacks, lieutenants from 3rd Squadron, 71st Cavalry Regiment "The Ghost Squadron" hiked Mount Marcy, the highest peak in New York state.

#ClimbToGlory

12/16/2019
2019 Holiday Shout-Out

Mountain Warriors!

On behalf of Mountain 6 and Mountain 7, as we enter the holiday season, have a safe and happy holiday.

And as always, #ClimbToGlory!

“It’s such a compelling story because the people are so intriguing, both for what they did before the war and, in some c...
12/15/2019
“The Winter Army” author discusses 10th Mountain Division history at Fort Drum

“It’s such a compelling story because the people are so intriguing, both for what they did before the war and, in some cases, during and after the war as they became the founders of the modern winter sports industry."

Maurice Isserman, author and history professor at Hamilton College, visited Fort Drum on Dec. 13 to discuss 10th Mountain Division (LI) history and share excerpts from his latest book “The Winter Army.”

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/355646/winter-army-author-discusses-10th-mountain-division-history-fort-drum

12/13/2019
Rendering Honors

A year ago, the #WarriorBrigade rendered honors with a 21-gun salute from 3-6 FA 1BCT 10th Mountain Division.

In #FortDrum fashion, the ceremony coincided with a #NorthCountry storm, bringing a long silence between each shot.

This week, 26 Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin are beginning Phase 2 of the 10th Mountain Di...
12/11/2019

This week, 26 Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin are beginning Phase 2 of the 10th Mountain Division Light Fighters School's preparatory Mountain Warfare Course.

This course teaches basic military mountaineering techniques to include knot tying, building rope systems, and rappelling.

This course functions as preparatory training for Soldiers who have the desire and qualifications to attend the Basic Military Mountaineer Course at Jericho, VT.

12/10/2019
2-22 IN Mortar Qualification Tables

2-22 Infantry, Wolf Pack Soldiers executed Mortar Qualification Tables last week, battling through the usual #NorthCountry winter.

#ClimbToGlory

Here's a little history to kick-off the week 10th Mountain Division...On December 9th, 1944, the division newsletter, 'B...
12/09/2019

Here's a little history to kick-off the week 10th Mountain Division...

On December 9th, 1944, the division newsletter, 'Blizzard' announced that the "Tenth Gets Mountain Patch."

However, the “mountain rockers” were not issued until May 1945.

#ClimbToGlory

When a car started smoking, two 1st BCT Soldiers offered their assistance without hesitation. While these Soldiers initi...
12/07/2019
Soldiers helping Soldiers

When a car started smoking, two 1st BCT Soldiers offered their assistance without hesitation.

While these Soldiers initially thought they were helping a stranger in need, they soon discovered they were coming to the aid of one of their own, a fellow Soldier in the #WarriorBrigade.

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/354642/soldiers-helping-soldiers

When a car in Watertown, N.Y. started smoking this last Wednesday evening, two 1st Brigade Combat Team Soldiers offered their assistance without hesitation. While these Soldiers initially thought they were helping a stranger in need, they soon discovered they were coming to the aid of one of their o...

12/06/2019
Snow Shoe PT

With the ongoing snowfall comes the yearly re-introduction to snowshoes.

Many units take advantage of the PT hours to first train Soldiers up on wearing and using snowshoes, before beginning unit snowshoe ruck marches throughout garrison.

Breaking NewsThe 1st Brigade Combat Team will replace the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, as part of a ...
12/05/2019
Army announces upcoming 1st BCT, 10th Mountain Division unit rotation

Breaking News

The 1st Brigade Combat Team will replace the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, as part of a regular rotation of forces to support the United States' commitment to Operation Freedom Sentinel.

"The Warrior Brigade is ready to answer the nation's call and ready to deploy our highly-trained and lethal Soldiers in support of this mission," said Col. James Eldridge, commander of the 1st Brigade Combat Team.

https://www.army.mil/article/230130/army_announces_upcoming_1st_bct_10th_mountain_division_unit_rotation

The Department of the Army announced today the winter 2020 rotation to Afghanistan of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, stationed at Fort Drum, New York.

12/05/2019
Company Run

The weather is neutral.

3-6 Field Artillery took advantage of the departing storm this morning to get some miles in.

#FindAWay #ClimbToGlory

At #FortDrum, Soldiers are getting reps on the Squad Advanced Marksmanship-Trainer (SAM-T), allowing squads to react to ...
12/04/2019

At #FortDrum, Soldiers are getting reps on the Squad Advanced Marksmanship-Trainer (SAM-T), allowing squads to react to on-screen simulations.

“I think everyone needs to go through it,” said Pfc Blake Smith, “because at the end of the day, you’re a rifleman first.”

12/03/2019
Highlights

Find A Way or Make One.

#ClimbToGlory

“We’re an enabler for the battalions, so being successful in the maintenance arena enables the infantryman to get to the...
12/02/2019
CHOSIN AAME’s HIGH

“We’re an enabler for the battalions, so being successful in the maintenance arena enables the infantryman to get to the objective...without worry of failed equipment."

1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin has now won the Army Award of Maintenance Excellence three years in a row. See what the maintenance team behind the trophies had to say about the high recognition.

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/353662/chosin-aames-high

(FORT DRUM, NY) – Not for the first time, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, has won an Army Award for Maintenance Excellence, or AAME, maintaining their now three-year winning streak, setting the standard in the division and Forces Command (FOR...

Good morning 10th Mountain Division.
12/02/2019

Good morning 10th Mountain Division.

What's a bigger nightmare: untangling the Christmas lights or that ball of C-wire? #FindAWayOrMakeOne
12/01/2019

What's a bigger nightmare: untangling the Christmas lights or that ball of C-wire?

#FindAWayOrMakeOne

11/30/2019
Live Fire Exercise

The Warrior Brigade trains to be ready and lethal, to both meet the mission and to eliminate the threat.

Realistic training is essential to ensure every #MountainWarrior is ready now.

#Ready2Fight #ClimbToGlory

11/29/2019
Thanksgiving 1944

“If you’re going to risk your life, you might as well do it in good company.”

General George P. Hays, a Medal of Honor recipient, took command of the 10th Mountain Division on Thanksgiving Day 1944, and his presence in the division would set the stage for victory in Italy.

#ClimbToGlory

11/28/2019
1BCT Thanksgiving 2019 Shoutout

From our Soldiers, to their Families and Friends across the country and around the world, Happy Thanksgiving.

#ClimbToGlory

Over this weekend, "we ask everyone to remember those deployed who cannot be home this Thanksgiving. Honor them by recog...
11/27/2019

Over this weekend, "we ask everyone to remember those deployed who cannot be home this Thanksgiving. Honor them by recognizing the gift it is to be among your family and friends this weekend, and celebrate safely."

-Warrior 6

#ClimbToGlory

11/27/2019

“Roast beast is a feast I can’t stand in the least!” -The Grinch (obviously before seeing our food).

With the #WarriorBrigade kicking off the holidays, leaders served Soldiers at the dining facility, as is Army tradition.

Here's the album for photos across 10th Mountain: https://www.flickr.com/photos/drum10thmountain/albums/72157711950705731

The Frozen Chosin, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin spent their PT time this morning doing Performance Tes...
11/26/2019

The Frozen Chosin, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin spent their PT time this morning doing Performance Testing with fitness coaches.
The test will give the coaches, Soldiers and leadership a baseline of Soldier fitness levels and allows for individual growth focus vs. group growth focus.

#ClimbToGlory

2nd BN 22nd INF leaders met a gauntlet of physical and mental challenges at Snow Ridge Ski Slope in Turin, NY this weeke...
11/25/2019

2nd BN 22nd INF leaders met a gauntlet of physical and mental challenges at Snow Ridge Ski Slope in Turin, NY this weekend. Well done Regulars!

#Deeds!

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