1-1310 BEB, 181st IN BDE

"Take the Bridge"


1-310 Infantry provides the most professional, agile, and doctrinally sound Leaders who are both respected and mentally and physically resilient; Remagen leaders observe, coach/teach, and mentor by inspiring our partnered teams and build trust through discipline and relevant training through the Army’s 21st century core competencies while maintaining a high level of camaraderie through a holistic operational approach that inculcates cohesive family teams through a predictable planning process; through a robust outreach program Remagens remain focused on building and developing relationships with the community, alumni, veterans, and volunteer organizations within the Fort McCoy area in order to continue to add to the proud lineage and history of their storied tradition.


Lieutenant Colonel Arieyeh J. Austin
Battalion Commander
CSM Gerald Eagan, Jr.
Battalion Command Sergeant Major


World War I:
St. Mihiel
Lorraine 1918

World War II:
Central Europe


The 310th Infantry Regiment was constituted 5 August 1917 in the National Army as the 310th Infantry and assigned to the 78th Division. They were organized 6-10 September 1917 at Camp Dix, New Jersey and Demobilized 6 June 1919 after service in Europe during WWI. Reconstituted 24 June 1921 in the Organized Reserves as the 310th Infantry and assigned to the 78th Division. Organized in November 1921 with Headquarters at Jersey City, New Jersey. They were ordered into active military Service 15 August 1942 and reorganized at Camp Butner, North Carolina. After seeing action during WWII they were inactivated 15 June 1946 in Germany to return again to Jersey City, New Jersey and reactivated in the Organized Reserves 17 December 1946. Reorganized 31 January 1968 to consist of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Battalions, elements of the 78th Division(training). (1st and 3rd battalions were ordered into active service 25 January 1991; released from active military service 31 March 1991 and reverted to reserves status). Reorganized 13 January 1995 to consist of the 2nd and 3rd Battalions, elements of the 78th Division( Training Support); 1st Battalion allotted to the Regular Army and relocated to Ft Bragg North Carolina under the 189th Infantry Brigade. They were once again relocated on 1 September 2011 to Ft McCoy, WI under the 181st Infantry Brigade.

Points of Contact

    Mailing Address

    Ft. McCoy, Wisconsin