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where he served as a fire support officer, fire direction officer, battery executive officer, and battery commander for 2nd Howitzer Battery (M198) during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) I.
He was awarded the Bronze Star with a Combat V for meritorious service, an Army Commendation Medal, a Navy Commendation Medal, and the 1st 8" Howitzer Battery under his command is the only unit in the history of the Marine Corps to win the Army Valorous Unit Award independently.
On January 18, 1916 he found out that the 35th Battery had become the 35th Howitzer Battery.
He commanded the 1st Howitzer Battery, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment in the Gulf for Operation Positive Force, a follow-on to Operation Desert Storm.
Monday, July 17,1916, To Ypres: The 35th Howitzer Battery went to Ypres today.
The battery then reorganized from its traditional 105-mm howitzer battery into an eight-gun 120-mm mortar battery.
NOTE: Read the continuing trials and tribulations of Duart McLean and his 35th Howitzer Battery comrades.
As the battalion continued to train ICDC recruits, 2-5 FA began an extensive CEA operation at an ASP secured by another artillery unit, the 3d Howitzer Battery from 3-3 ACR.