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A Century Ago, Wisconsin's Red Arrow Division Trains in Texas for World War I
October 11, 2017
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 11 -- The Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs issued the following news:

Wisconsin and Michigan National Guard Soldiers commenced training as the 32nd Division 100 years ago at Camp MacArthur, Texas in preparation for overseas service in World War I.

Lasting the entire fall of 1917, the intense training regimen laid the foundation for the division's success in 1918 on the battlefields of France and resulting accolades as the "Red Arrow" . . .

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