148th Infantry Regiment

The 148th Infantry Veterans Association is dedicated to providing a venue for current and former members of the 148th Infantry Regiment to gather and renew friendships and maintain the esprit de corps developed while serving in the regiment.  We accomplish this through the hosting of an annual reunion held in conjunction with the 37th Division Association in August of each year.

We invite you, or any other veteran of the 148th regiment, to come and enjoy your reunion.  Camp Perry, on the shores of Lake Erie, provides an excellent location where we can enjoy swapping yarns and reliving our collective history.

You will find information on this year’s reunion on this website.  Our reunion schedule is located under the reunion tab.  We also have a printable version of the registration and housing form that you can fill out and mail in with your check to register.

Please enjoy the unit’s history under the history tab of this site.  We hope you enjoy learning and sharing our history with friends and loved ones.  If you have photos you would like to share, please forward them through the contacts tab of this site.

The 148th Infantry Regiment, Ohio Army National Guard, is a parent regiment under the U.S. Army Regimental System, with headquarters at Walbridge, Ohio. It currently consists of the 1st Battalion, an Infantry Battalion of the 37th Infantry Brigade Combat team and is  located throughout northwest Ohio.

The regiment was formed on 14 September 1877 as the 16th Infantry Regiment, Ohio National Guard from existing companies in Northwest Ohio.  It’s colors proudly display campaign streamers for World War I, World War II, Kosovo and the War on Terrorism.