Pennsylvania army
national guard
1st Battalion - 107th Field Artillery
US Army National Guard
28th Infantry Division
Field Artillery
Hampton Battery B
The 107th Field Artillery traces its lineage to the Civil War through Hampton Battery F. Captain Robert B. Hampton
is the first 107th FA Battery Commander.
September 28th, 1891 Captain Alfred E. Hunt Commanding Battery B, N, G and P of the Pennsylvania National
Guard  wrote a letter in behalf of the officers and men of Battery B to Hampton Battery Veteran Association,
requesting Battery B be allowed to adopt the name “Hampton Battery.” The request was granted October 9th, 1891 to
Battery B, Second Brigade of the National Guard located in Pittsburgh Pa.
Battery B, “Hampton Battery” of the Pennsylvania National Guard in the past and present time has continued the
proud military record that was passed on to them by the veterans of the Original Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Hampton's
Battery F…
 
F
B
1861 - 1865
1861 - 2013
History of the Crest
107th Field Artillery
Biography of
Captain Alfred E. Hunt
1st Battalion - 108th Field Artillery
Equipment
M119A2 Towed Howitzer
56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team
Light Lethal and Deployable
M119A2 (105mm)
108th FA Night Fire
Firebase Mayhem, Iraq
M119A2 being used in the Iraq War
107th Field Artillery Memorial
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The Gettysburg Armory
Bravo Battery has moved
Hampton Battery Monument
Photo by Tom McAdams
55th Heavy Brigade Combat Team
1st Battalion - 109th Field Artillery
History
109th Field Artillery
Bravo Battery in Iraq
109th Field Artillery
Bravo Battery in Kuwait
108th Field Artillery
1st Battalion - 107th Field Artillery
Commander, LTC James J. Fritschi
Headquarters & Headquarters Battery  
HHB, CPT Jason Vipperman
New Castle, Pa.
Battery A "Alpfa Battery"
Commanding, CPT Scott Croyle
Hermitage, Pa.
Battery B "Bravo Battery"
Commanding, CPT Joshua Bean
Oil City, Pa.
G Company, 128th BSB, CPT Andrew King
First Fire Mission
109th Field Artillery
Photo by Capt Ed Shank
South Mountain
Bravo's new Readiness Center
Kingston Armory
109th FA Headquarters
Video
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This page is an unofficial military site. It is of my own interest in the Pennsylvania
National Guard and their Artillery that I post this information.
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Prior to The 28th Infantry
Division Service for 2012
Special Announcements
* The 2011 Artillery Ball of the 1-107th Field Artillery honored the
150th Anniversary of Hampton Battery B. This event has been held at the
Scottish Rite Cathedral.
* Photos of The 28th Infantry Division Service for 2012 has been posted.
* The 28th Infantry Division Service for 2013 has been posted.
Predeployment Training
2008 B Battery
Video
Click on Book to open the History of Battery F
1st Battalion - 108th Field Artillery
Commander, LTC Jeffrey S. Heasley
Headquarters & Headquarters Battery
HHB, CPT Matthew Swartzell
Carlisle Pa.
Battery A "Alpfa Battery"
Commanding, CPT Lance Walker
Hanover, Pa.
Battery B "Bravo Battery"
Commanding, 1LT Dustin Wolfgang
Fayetteville, Pa.
Battery C "Charlie Battery"
Commanding, CPT William Thomas
Philadelphia, Pa.
1st Battalion - 109th Field Artillery
Commander, LTC Scott A. Mathan
Wilkes - Barre, Pa.
Headquarters & Headquarters Battery  
HHB, 1-109th FA - CPT
Wilkes - Barre, Pa.
Battery A "Alpfa Battery"
Commanding, CPT Neil Ravitz
Plymouth, Pa.
Battery B "Bravo Battery"
Commanding, CPT
Nanticoke, Pa.
Special Announcements
Secial Announcements
109th FA ~ 2010 Honors Soldiers ~ Killed in
the 1950 Train Wreck
History
108th Field Artillery
History
107th Field Artillery
28th Infantry Division
Memorial Service May 19, 2013
28th Infantry Division
Memorial Service May 20, 2012
The 28th Division Shrine
Boalsburg, Pa.
Not Self But Country
The 107th/ 108th Field Artillery Memorials
January 1, 2013
Videos
Article
The 28th Infantry Division
Change of Command
Sept 16, 2012
Brig. Gen. John L. Gronski
The National Guard
M777 155 MM
The National Guard
M777 155 MM
Forward
Sling Loading Training
At Fort Indiantown Gap
The 108th Field Artillery Memorial
March 26, 2013
IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE 33 MEN
OF THE 109TH FIELD ARTILLERY
KILLED IN THE TRAIN WRECK
SEPT. 11, 1950 IN COSHOCTON, OHIO
Indirect Firing Systems
National Guard Artillery
Article
Videos
Artillery 2012 Bravo 107th/FA
Fort Indiantown Gap Pa.
Video
Hampton's Battery F
New
Field Of Honor
Boalsburg, Pa.
Hunt Armory was the location of Battery B " Bravo Battery."  
Battery B has moved to a new location in Oil City, Pa.