35th Infantry Division (United States)

35th Infantry Division (United States)

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35th Infantry Division (United States)

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The 35th Infantry Division ("Santa Fe") has been a formation of the National Guard since World War I.

It is headquartered at Fort Leavenworth and its personnel come from Illinois, Kansas and Missouri.


  • 18 July 1917 – Constituted
  • 25 August 1917 – organized at Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma (National Guards of Missouri and Kansas)

  • 30 May 1919 – demobilized at Camp Funston, Kansas.
  • 13 September 1935 – reorganized at Kansas City, Missouri with training at Camp Robinson, Arkansas (units from Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska)
  • 7 December 1945 – inactivated at Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky
  • 5 October 1946 – portion organized in Topeka, Kansas; 3 April 1947 at Sedalia, Missouri; 4 April 1947 at Kansas City
  • 1 April 1963 – Kansas portion becomes Headquarters 69th Infantry Brigade
  • 13 May 1968 – ordered to federal service Topeka
  • 13 December 1969 – released from service and reverted to state control
  • 25 August 1984 – Organized as Headquarters, 35th Infantry Division, and headquartered at Fort Leavenworth

World War I

  • Casualties: Total – 7,296 (KIA – 1,018 ; WIA – 6,278).
  • Commanders: Maj. Gen. William M. Wright (25 August 1917), Brig. Gen. L. G. Berry (18 September 1917), Maj. Gen. William M. Wright (10 December 1917), Brig. Gen. Nathaniel F. McClure......
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