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The 2/11 is a MM Howitzer Battalion comprised of four Firing Batteries and a Headquarters Battery. The primary mission is the direct support of the 5th Marine Infantry Regiment in time of conflict. That support may come in the traditional fashion of artillery support to maneuver forces, or by providing batteries to serve as professional rifle companies.

The 2/11 is comprised of: HQ Battery, Echo Battery, Fox Battery, Golf Battery and Kilo Battery.

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2nd Battalion, 11th Marines (2/11) Mailing Addresses

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Veterans Day with 2/11

U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, talk about Veterans Day and their partnership with Irvine Marine Adoption Committee, during Integrated Training Exercise (ITX) at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Sept. 28,

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Memorial Day Virtual Remembrance with 2nd Battalion, 11th Marines

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About the 2/11

2d Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division

About the 2/11

2d Battalion, 11th Marines (2/11) is a mm howitzer battalion comprised of: HQ Battery, Battery E 2/11 (Echo Battery), Battery F 2/11 (Fox Battery), Battery G 2/11 (Golf Battery), and K 3/12 (Kilo Battery). Their primary mission is Direct Support to the 5th Marine Regiment in time of conflict. That support may come in the traditional fashion of artillery support to maneuver forces or by providing batteries to serve as provisional rifle companies. 2/11 was the first battalion in the Marine Corps to fully transition three firing batteries to the M howitzer. The command has roughly Marines and Sailors assigned to it. The Battalion is currently training and planning for deployment in the Fall

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Battalion History

Activated At Montierchaume, France as The 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment, 5 November

Relocated To Hampton Roads, Virginia, July – August

Deactivated: 11 August

Reactivated At Quantico, Virginia as The 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment, 9 May

Deployed To Chinandega, Nicaragua, Assigned To The 2d Brigade, May

Participated In Operations Against Rebel ForcesMay-July

Redesignated As The 2d Separate Battalion, 11th Regiment, 1 July

Redesignated As The 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment

Relocated To San Diego, California, 6 August

Deactivated, 10 September

Reactivated At San Diego, California

As The 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment, 5 January

Deployed To Corinto, Nicaragua, Assigned To The 2d Brigade, January

Deactivated On Board The Uss Henderson While In Enroute To The Us, 20 August

Reactivated At Guantanamo, Cuba

As The 2d Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Brigade, 1 January

1st Brigade Redesignated as The 1st Marine Division, 1 February

Relocated To Parris Island, South Carolina, April

Deployed To Wellington, New Zealand, June

Participated In The Following World War II Campaigns:

Guadalcanal, Eastern New Guinea, New Britain

Redeployed To Tientsin, China, September

Participated In The Occupation Of North China, September – December

Redeployed to Guam

Reassigned To Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, January – February

Relocated to Camp Pendleton, California

Reassigned To The 3d Marine Brigade, April – May

11th Marines Reassigned To The 1st Marine Division, July

Relocated To Barstow, California, August

Deactivated, 30 September

Reactivated At Camp Pendleton, California

As The 2d Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division, 7 August

Deployed To Kobe, Japan, August – September

Participated In The Korean War, September – July

Operating From: Inchon-Seoul, Chosin Reservoir, East Central Front, Western Front

Participated In The Defense Of The Korean Demilitarized Zone, July – March

Relocated To Camp Pendleton, California, March

Deployed To Camp Hansen, Okinawa, February – March

Redeployed To The Republic Of Vietnam, May

Participated In The War In Vietnam, May – March , Operating From: Chu La, Tam Ky, Hue/Phu, Bai Thon, Bach Thach,Cao Doi, An Hoa

Participated In Operations Desert Shield And Desert Storm,

Southeast Asia, January – April

Participated In Operation Sea Angel, Bangladesh, May

Elements Participated In Operation Fiery Vigil, Philippines, June

Participated In Fire-Fighting Efforts In The Western United States, July

Deployed To Kuwait In Support Of Operation Enduring Freedom, January

Participated In Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq , March – June / September – March

Elements Participated In Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, September – March

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11th 2nd marines bn

2nd Battalion 11th Marines (2/11) is an artillery battalion comprising four firing batteries (Echo, Fox, Golf, Kilo 3/12) and a Headquarters Battery. The battalion is stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California and its primary weapon system is the M lightweight howitzer. The battalion was the second in the Marine Corps to fully transition from the M Howitzer. They fall under the command of the 11th Marine Regiment and the 1st Marine Division.

Mission[]

Provide direct support of the 11th Marine Regiment in time of conflict. That support may come in the traditional fashion of artillery support to maneuver forces, or by providing batteries to serve as provisional rifle companies. They also have the secondary mission of conducting civil-military operations or "CAG Ops".

Current units[]

  • Headquarters Battery
  • E Battery
  • F Battery
  • G Battery
  • Battery K/3/12

History[]

The battalion was activated September 5, at Montierchame, France as the 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment. They were relocated during July–August to Hampton Roads, Virginia. and were deactivated August 11,

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2/11 was reactivated on May 9, at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia as the 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment. Deployed during May to Chinadenga, Nicaragua and assigned to the 2d Brigade. They participated in operations against dissidents in May–July They were redesignated July 1, as the 2d Separate Battalion, 11th Regiment and relocated to San Diego, California. The battalion was deactivated September 10, They were again reactivated on January 5, at San Diego, California as the 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment. The battalion deployed during January to Corinto, Nicaragua and assigned to the 2d Brigade. They were deactivated August 20, on board the USS&#;Henderson while en route to the United States.

World War II[]

2/11 was again reactivated on January 1, at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as the 2d Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Brigade. Relocated during April to Parris Island, South Carolina. They deployed during June to Wellington, New Zealand. The battalion participated in the following World War II battles: Battle of Guadalcanal, Finschhafen, Battle of New Britain, Battle of Peleliu and the Battle of Okinawa. They redeployed during September to Tientsin, China and participated in the occupation of Northern China from September to December

They were reassigned during January to the Fleet Marine Force and redeployed during January - February to Guam. Relocated during April–May they moved to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California and were reassigned to the 3rd Marine Brigade. They were again reassigned during July to the 1st Marine Division and relocated during August to Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California. 2/11 was deactivated on September 28,

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The battalion was reactivated on August 7, at Camp Pendleton as the 2nd Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division and deployed during August–September to Kobe, Japan. They participated in the Korean War, operating at Inchon-Seoul, the Chosin Reservoir, East Central front, Western front. They were stationed at the Korean Demilitarized Zone from July March and finally relocated during March to Camp Pendleton, California.

Vietnam War[]

2/11 deployed during February–March to Camp Hansen, Okinawa. They again redeployed during May to the Republic of Vietnam and participated in the Vietnam War from May to March , operating from Chu Lai, Tam Ky, Hue/Phu Bai, Thon Back Thack, Cao Doi and An Hoa. They returned in March–April to Camp Pendleton, California.

The Gulf War[]

Deployed during December with Regimental Landing Team 5, 5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade to Southwest Asia. They participated in the defense of Saudi Arabia until January and proceeded to participate in the liberation of Kuwait in January - May operating in Um Guar Al-Juba, Al Wafrah. Following the war they took part in the Bangladesh relief effort Operation Sea Angel in May The battalion returned on June 29, to Camp Pendleton, California,and was the Gulf War combat unit to return stateside.

Battery F was attached to 31st MEU(SOC) BLT 2/4 Battery F Awarded the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal(with Bronze star) for Combat Operations and Naval Unit Commendations(with Bronze Star), Meritirous Unit Commendation and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon.

The flexibility of the MEU was demonstrated with the with the Iraq crisis in late regarding the regime not complying with the U.N. weapons inspections process. All four ARG ships had just completed Exercise Foal Eagle off the coast of Korea, and were heading to various port visits for liberty, when each ship received the call in early Nov to sail immediately to Okinawa to onload the 31st MEU.

A significant portion of the 31st MEU’s Marines were engaged in urban warfare training in Guam when their message to return to Okinawa came in November. The rest were still in Okinawa, but approximately a quarter of those were a new infantry battalion, just rotating in from California. The battalion had just two days to gather all their personnel to get ready to deploy.

The 31st MEU and ships’ company personnel started their initial onloads to the ships on 9 Nov and completed the morning of 11 Nov. In one night alone, they loaded more than pallets of equipment, weapons, and cargo. In addition, a C-5 Galaxy from Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, originally scheduled to bring maintenance supplies and tools to Okinawa two weeks later, arrived early on 10 Nov in order to restock the MEU’s Air Combat Element. This evolution was a part of the normal supply rotation, but the shipment arrived a week early – just in time to load onto the ships before they departed.

From Nov to Feb , the MEU participated in operations in the Persian Gulf and off the coast of Kuwait, including Operation Southern Watch and Operation Desert Fox.

In December 2/4 participated as the Battalion Landing Team (BLT) for the 31 Marine Expeditionary Unit Special Operations Capable (MEUSOC). The operation, named "Desert Fox", was a retaliation to Saddam Hussein's refusal to comply with U.N. Security Council Resolutions that led to a coalition air bombing campaign. The Marines of 2/4 were also set up in a defense at and around Muttla ridge, in Kuwait, to act as a deterrent for any Iraqi attack on Kuwait that might have followed the air campaign.

Global War on Terror[]

Operation Iraqi Freedom[]

2/11 deployed during January with the 1st Marine Division to Kuwait. They participated in the invasion of Iraq as part of Regimental Combat Team 5. The battalion relocated during back to Camp Pendleton, California in August In August , the battalion again deployed in support of OIF and operated as a provisional military police with the 1st Marine Division in Ramadi, Iraq. They returned to Camp Pendleton in March From then to September , individual batteries continued to deploy as both traditional artillery and provisional military police throughout Al Anbar.

From February through February the battalion deployed as civil affairs unit to areas of Fallujah, Ramadi and far western Al Anbar Province.

Awards[]

See also[]

Notes[]

References[]

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U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, talk about Veterans Day with 2/11

2nd Battalion, 11th Marines

Military unit

2d Battalion 11th Marines ("Patriot") is an artillery battalion comprising three firing batteries (Echo, Fox, Golf) and a Headquarters Battery. The battalion is stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California and its primary weapon system is the M lightweight howitzer. The battalion was the first in the Marine Corps to fully transition from the M Howitzer. They fall under the command of the 11th Marine Regiment and the 1st Marine Division.

Mission[edit]

Provide direct support of the 11th Marine Regiment in time of conflict. That support may come in the traditional fashion of artillery support to maneuver forces, or by providing batteries to serve as provisional rifle companies. They also have the secondary mission of conducting civil-military operations or "CAG Ops".

Current units[edit]

History[edit]

Marines with 2/11, send a round high into the air with the new M howitzer.

The battalion was activated September 5, , at Montierchame, France as the 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment. They were relocated during July–August to Hampton Roads, Virginia. and were deactivated August 11,

–[edit]

2/11 was reactivated on May 9, , at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, as the 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment. Deployed during May to Chinandega, Nicaragua and assigned to the 2d Brigade. They participated in operations against dissidents in May–July They were redesignated July 1, , as the 2d Separate Battalion, 11th Regiment and relocated to San Diego, California. The battalion was deactivated September 10, They were again reactivated on January 5, , at San Diego, California, as the 2d Battalion, 11th Regiment. The battalion deployed during January to Corinto, Nicaragua and assigned to the 2d Brigade. They were deactivated August 20, , on board the USS&#;Henderson while en route to the United States.

World War II[edit]

2/11 was again reactivated on January 1, , at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as the 2d Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Brigade. Relocated during April to Parris Island, South Carolina. They deployed during June to Wellington, New Zealand. The battalion participated in the following World War II battles: Battle of Guadalcanal, Finschhafen, Battle of New Britain, Battle of Peleliu and the Battle of Okinawa. They redeployed during September to Tientsin, China and participated in the occupation of Northern China from September to December

They were reassigned during January to the Fleet Marine Force and redeployed during January – February to Guam. Relocated during April–May they moved to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California and were reassigned to the 3rd Marine Brigade. They were again reassigned during July to the 1st Marine Division and relocated during August to Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California. 2/11 was deactivated on September 28,

–[edit]

The battalion was reactivated on August 7, , at Camp Pendleton as the 2nd Battalion, 11th Marines, 1st Marine Division and deployed during August–September to Kobe, Japan. They participated in the Korean War, operating at Inchon-Seoul, the Chosin Reservoir, East Central front, Western front. They were stationed at the Korean Demilitarized Zone from July March and finally relocated during March to Camp Pendleton, California.

Vietnam War[edit]

2/11 deployed during February–March to Camp Hansen, Okinawa. They again redeployed during May to Republic of Vietnam and participated in the Vietnam War from March to March , operating from Chu Lai, Tam Ky, Hue/Phu Bai, Thon Back Thack, Cao Doi and An Hoa. They returned in March–April to Camp Pendleton, California.

The Gulf War[edit]

Deployed during December with Regimental Landing Team 5, 5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade to Southwest Asia. They participated in the defense of Saudi Arabia until January and proceeded to participate in the liberation of Kuwait in January – May operating in Um Guar Al-Juba, Al Wafrah. Following the war they took part in the Bangladesh relief effort Operation Sea Angel in May The battalion returned on June 29, , to Camp Pendleton, California, and was last the Gulf War combat unit to return stateside.

Battery F was attached to 31st MEU(SOC) BLT 2/4 Battery F Awarded the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (with Bronze star) for Combat Operations and Naval Unit Commendations (with Bronze Star), Meritirous Unit Commendation and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon.

The flexibility of the MEU was demonstrated with the Iraq crisis in late regarding the regime not complying with the U.N. weapons inspections process. All four ARG ships had just completed Exercise Foal Eagle off the coast of Korea, and were heading to various port visits for liberty, when each ship received the call in early Nov to sail immediately to Okinawa to onload the 31st MEU.

A significant portion of the 31st MEU’s Marines were engaged in urban warfare training in Guam when their message to return to Okinawa came in November. The rest were still in Okinawa, but approximately a quarter of those were a new infantry battalion, just rotating in from California. The battalion had just two days to gather all their personnel to get ready to deploy.

The 31st MEU and ships’ company personnel started their initial onloads to the ships on 9 Nov and completed the morning of 11 Nov. In one night alone, they loaded more than pallets of equipment, weapons, and cargo. In addition, a C-5 Galaxy from Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, originally scheduled to bring maintenance supplies and tools to Okinawa two weeks later, arrived early on 10 Nov in order to restock the MEU’s Air Combat Element. This evolution was a part of the normal supply rotation, but the shipment arrived a week early – just in time to load onto the ships before they departed.

From Nov to Feb , the MEU participated in operations in the Persian Gulf and off the coast of Kuwait, including Operation Southern Watch and Operation Desert Fox.

In December 2/4 participated as the Battalion Landing Team (BLT) for the 31 Marine Expeditionary Unit Special Operations Capable (MEUSOC). The operation, named "Desert Fox", was a retaliation to Saddam Hussein's refusal to comply with U.N. Security Council Resolutions that led to a coalition air bombing campaign. The Marines of 2/4 were also set up in a defense at and around Muttla ridge, in Kuwait, to act as a deterrent for any Iraqi attack on Kuwait that might have followed the air campaign.

Global War on Terror[edit]

Operation Iraqi Freedom[edit]

I Battery with RCT-5 in Iraq

2/11 deployed during January with the 1st Marine Division to Kuwait. They participated in the invasion of Iraq as part of Regimental Combat Team 5. 2/11 fired tens of thousands of artillery rounds throughout the war. Destroying all buildings, vehicles, and personnel that were in their way. 2/11 were Amongst the ranks of the U.S forces Striking fear into Saddam Hussein, having him offer cash prizes for Iraqi’s who down "enemy" planes and kill or capture invading U.S artillery or troops. Fox Btry (Fury5) had encounter intense firefights with enemy combatants during their push up north, earning Fox battery the Combat Action Ribbon during OIF. The battalion relocated during back to Camp Pendleton, California, in August In August , the battalion again deployed in support of OIF and operated as a provisional military police with the 1st Marine Division in Ramadi, Iraq. They returned to Camp Pendleton in March From then to September , individual batteries continued to deploy as both traditional artillery and provisional military police throughout Al Anbar.

From February through February the battalion deployed as civil affairs unit to areas of Fallujah, Ramadi and far western Al Anbar Province.

Operation Enduring Freedom[edit]

2/11 deployed to Helmand Province, Afghanistan in to support border security operations as part of Task Force Leatherneck operating out of Camp Leatherneck Golf Battery 2/11 operated as a provisional rifle company based at FOB outpost Zebrugee at Kajaki dam. 2/11 Golf engaged enemy forces pushed north during Operation Eastern Storm in Helmand Province. During deployment 2/11 Golf accurately engaged a target with an Excalibur GPS guided round in excess of 25 miles, a current record.[2]

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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