Thanks for visiting the 152nd Field Artillery Association
website. The Association is dedicated to preserving and
sharing the historical legacy of the 152nd Field Artillery
Regiment and to sustaining the social ties among its former
The main website introduces some of the history of the
regiment, but we store much of our digital holdings at other
sites such as Google Docs and Picasa. If you'd like to share
some information, pictures, or other documentation that might
be of interest to friends of the 152nd Field Artillery, please
contact the webmaster.
ANNOUNCEMENTS - updated 10 August 2016
152nd Field Artillery Association
This site is meant to be a collaborative effort of everyone
with information to share about this great regiment. We'll
continue to add content as long as we keep hearing from you!
** Please sign our Guestbook! Click the Guestbook button
Director Aron Gaudet answers a question from the audience following a
screening of his Emmy-nominated film, "The Way We Get By," in Caribou on
November 13th, 2011. See the "News" page for more.
Group Photo of the First Annual reunion held in Caribou on August 29, 2009
Photo courtesy of Don Pelletier
** See the WW2 Operations Journals of the 152nd FA during
the Aitape and Luzon campaigns on the 152nd FA WW2 page.
** See the actual battalion histories submitted by 152nd FA
during the war on the 152nd FA WW2 page.
** View the 152nd pages from the 1942 Camp Shelby 43rd
Infantry Division "yearbook" on the 152nd FA WW2 page.
** Thank you to everyone who attended the screening of the
Emmy-nominated film The Way We Get By at the Caribou
Performing Arts Center. What a great film! See the News page
for pictures and more.
** We're trying a new photo album on Google's Picasa site.
Check it out and let us know what you think. If you have a
Google account, you can comment on any photos.
** The long overdue WW2 203rd Field Artillery Group page is
now posted, if not complete. Posted there are the official
monthly After Action Reports, provided by MSgt James Earl
Downes through his son Richard Downes.
The rediscovered On The Way March, composed for the
152nd FA in 1933, can now be heard again. Go to the News
Page to read the story and listen to a digitized version of the
*** We've created a new page with links to the Association's
Google Docs collections, where all of our digitized documents
are stored. See the page here.
Do you know something about the 152nd or 203rd Field
Artillery? Maybe a loved one served during or after WW2?
We'd love to hear from you. We want to know everyone
and everything about this great regiment. Contact us at
*** Hale Bradt has written a book, actually a trilogy, about
his father, 152nd FA WWII veteran Wilber Bradt. It is called
Wilber's War: An American Family's Journey through
World War II, and is described on the website
www.wilberswar.com. Wilber was one of the great heroes
of the Maine National Guard in WWII, and this is sure to
be a great read.