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The motto "Can and Will" was also given to reflect their spirit steeped in traditions of men doing what needs to be done regardless of the obstacles to be overcome.
On 9 September 1921 the 82nd Field Artillery was composed of "A", "B" and "C" Batteries and was designated the 82nd Field Artillery (Horse) Battalion and was assigned to the newly activated 1st Cavalry Division.
Bravo Battery was the last artillery unit to leave Vietnam in 1972.
The 1st Battalion, 82nd Artillery was reactivated on 10 January 1968 and arrived in Vietnam on 24 July 1968 with three 155 mm towed howitzer batteries and one 8-inch self-propelled battery.
Later elements of the 82nd Field Artillery Regiment participated in Operation Clean House, Operation Pershing and Operation Sheridan Saber.
However, Villa was not caught and by 1919 had assembled a sizable force and had initiated several battles against Mexican military troops in an attempt to rally the Mexican people against President Carranza.
On the morning of 15 June 1919, Villa's forces attacked Mexican military troops at Fort Hidalgo.
The 1st Battalion, 82nd Artillery was assigned to the 23rd Infantry Division (Americal) based in Chu Lai, Vietnam.
Its assigned batteries were placed at various fire bases located in the Americal Division's area of operations below Da Nang in Southern I Corps.
Traditionally, the regiment has been aligned with the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas and Fort Bliss, Texas.