The 2014 reunion of the 17th Artillery Regiment Association will be held at Asheville, North Carolina from Wednesday, September 24 to Friday, 26, 2014 with check out on Saturday 27 September 2014. click here for details.
17th Artillery Regiment Association was
formed at Lawton, Oklahoma (Fort Sill)
on November 10, 1999 and held our first
reunion as a Regimental Association.
Its purpose is to bring together those
who served honorably with, or who are
now on active duty in all Battalions of
the 17th Artillery. It was also
formed to honor those who sacrificed
their lives while serving with the unit.
The Associationís objective is to find all who served with said unit and to hold yearly reunions at various locations. We wish to preserve and strengthen the friendships and camaraderie that was formed while serving in this outstanding Artillery Unit. The Organization will publish a newsletter to keep all members informed of events, historical information, and activities of the Association. We will also maintain the 17th Artillery Classroom in Snow Hall at Fort Sill, Oklahoma and add new Memorabilia, pictures, and history of the past and present units in addition to the exhibits that are already there, as well as maintaining an Internet Site. This site is in recognition of and dedicated to all that proudly served in the great units of the 17th Artillery.
Want to join the Association or add yourself to the Roster ? Send us an email.
Attention Fellow Redlegs:
Lost contact list added. Click here to view.
are gathering photos of your duty with the 17th to post on the web site. Please
mail them to Jack Picciolo at 1122 S. Lincoln Street
What's New -
November 30 - posted 2014 reunion information.
October 22 - updated roster and posted new Loss Contact List
September 25 - added some Camp Radcliff, An Khe photos.
July 2 - added the latest newsletter issue.
June 19 - posted scholarship winners.
February 7 - updated Roster, posted some photos of LZ Schueller
November 23 - posted some 2012 reunion photos.
Notice: We are in the process of building an In Memorial page. Names, pictures, and specifics about how they were killed would be helpful. Send them to Jack Picciolo at firstname.lastname@example.org