"The Cyclone Century (1917-2017)" is dedicated to the 38th Infantry Division and Soldiers 100
year legacy of answering the call to serve. Formed in 1917, the Division earned the special
designation of the "Cyclone Division" after the Division’s training camp at Camp Shelby,
Mississippi was damaged by a spring time tornado.
The heritage is captured from right to left as uniforms and equipment evolve from WWI and
progress thru the current generation of Soldiers. Our humble beginnings started when the
Division prepared for war in Europe during World War I. The 38th would be called to duty again
in the Philippines during World War II and be named "The Avengers of Bataan", a tribute often
credited to General MacArthur. The Division would continue Cold War operations as a strategic
reserve with elements of the 1st Battalion (Airborne) 151st Infantry, reorganized into Company
D (Ranger), 151st Infantry and mobilized for Vietnam. Operations in the Balkans, Operation
Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and present day uniform changes close out the 100
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