Talk:5th Infantry Division (United States)

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Improper edit?[edit]

I don't know if the section regarding the World War II was written this way intentionally, but the following line has been inserted into the text:

The 5th ID became the first Allied unit to cross the Rhine River on the night of 22 March 1945. (The Rhine was crossed at Remagen on 7,8,9 March 1945, 9th Armoured Division, units of 9th ID and 78th ID) After capturing some 19,000 German soldiers, the division continued to Frankfurt-am-Main, clearing and policing the town and its environs, 27–29 March.

The bold is in the text on the article page. This statement seems confusing, and based on some of the erroneous edits that are in the history of this page it would seem that this was one that was missed. I am not arguing about the information, but the format should be fixed so there aren't two conflicting dates.Kintrix (talk) 10:03, 9 October 2013 (UTC)

I removed the 125th Signal Bn from the listing of subordinate units today; 125th Signal Bn was part of the 25th Division for its entire history and has now been inactivated and reorganized as part of that division's Forward Support Battalions. (talk) 19:26, 18 September 2014 (UTC)

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