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We members of the 9th Infantry Regiment (Manchu) Association, United States Army, pledge to preserve the history and name of “The Regiment”, and to support the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; to support our Active 9th Infantry Regiment (Manchu) soldiers and the United States Army Regimental system.  We shall promote comradeship and esprit de corps among our members; set examples of unselfish patriotism, and memorialize the patriotic deeds of the members of the 9th Infantry Regiment.
 
History of Manchu Association
Read About the History of the Ninth Infantry !
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History of the Ninth U.S. Infantry, 1799-1909, By Fred Radford Brown -

This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world’s books discoverable online.

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term as expired. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that’s often difficult to discover.


   
Phillippine-American War -  

1899-1902 - by Arnaldo Dumindin [click here]

 
“C” Company/9th U.S. Infantry Regiment - September 1901 Balangiga, Samar Massacre

   
WWI -  
A History Of The Ninth Infantry
   

The Ninth Infantry in the World War [click here]
Note - this is a large file and may take several minutes to open.

   

Contribution to the Manchu Association, Ninth Infantry, Toulon Troyon - We are pleased to offer a copy of this manuscript on our website, compiled by Rolfe Hillman III. Ninth Infantry, Toulon Troyon. A copy of the manuscript can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking these links: Ninth Infantry, Toulon Troyon- 1


   
WWII -  
Action Against Enemy Report, Ninth Infantry  
   

The Unknown X Platoon -

July of 1944, after the invasion of Normandy - The Unknown X-Platoon of the Ninth Infantry Regiment in WWII, by Al Castillo 2015, with reuse here with Al's permission. This is a PDF document he wrote and which is available for your review and reading enjoyment.

Not too many people have heard of the X-Platoons or the important role they played in winning the war during World War Two. In fact most military historians have never heard or know what the X-Platoons were. This was not some scientific experiment from a comic book, but ordinary men who were called to do their duty and did it proudly. The X-Platoons were Platoons consisting of all African Americans whom were attached to several different Army Divisions in World War Two.


   
Korean War -  
TO VIEW 9th Infantry Regiment Historical and Command Records9th Infantry Regiment Historical and Command Records
   

Casualty List - 9th Infantry

   

1950-1951-1952-1953 MEDALS LIST - 9th Infantry

   

 
Imjin Scout
ImjinScout

THE STORY OF THE IMJIN SCOUT is the story of the American infantry soldier and his service north of the Imjin River along the Korean Demilitarized Zone from 1965, when the title "Imjin Scout" was adopted, until the early 1990s', when the final elements of the 2nd Infantry Division were withdrawn to positions south of the river. >> click to read full details on Imjinscout.com website >>

   

   
Just Cause Up Close -

A Light Infantryman's View of LIC [click to read PDF file]
by Steven N. Collins


   
9th Infantry Commanders
   
9th Infantry Commanders
   

MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS
[click here]

A more detailed list [found here]

   

 

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