Historic Markers Across Georgia

29th Infantry Division Monument

Marker ID:  
Location: Fort Benning Rd, Fort, Benning GA
County: Muscogee
Coordinates: N 32° 23.122    W 084° 57.257
  32.38536666    -84.95428333
Style: Carved Stone **
Waymark: None


29th Infantry Division
World War II Campaigns



Northern France


Central Europe
Battle Casualties
20,327 Killed, Wounded and Missing
Battle Honors
Assault Arrowhead
5 Presidential Unit Citations
French Croix de Guerre with Palm
Omaha Beach
5 French Croix de Guerre with Star


"29, Let's Go!"
29th Infantry Division
United States Army
World War II
From North and South in our land
we came to foreign shores that
liberty and freedom might prevail.

On D-Day, 6 June 1944, in the greatest
allied amphibious assault of World
War II, the 29th Infantry Division
stormed ashore on Omaha Beach, Normandy,
France, to help win a beachhead that led
to the liberation of Europe and to
achieve undying fame.

Our fallen lie in distant fields.
They gave the last full measure of their
devotion. Sleep, comrades, forever young.

We Salute You

Remember Us

South side

116th Infantry Regiment
111th Field Artillery Battalion
115th Infantry Regiment
110th Field Artillery Battalion
175th Infantry Regiment
224th Field Artillery Battalion
Headquarters Battery 29th Division Artillery
227th Field Artillery Battalion

North side

Headquarters Company 29th Division
29th Military Police Platoon
29th Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop

121st Engineer Battalion (Combat)
104th Medical Battalion
29th Signal Company
729th Ordnance Company
29th Quartermaster Company

2002 - 29th Division Association.

A photo of this marker can be found on HMDB.org