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100th Infantry Battalion Veterans


100th Infantry Battalion Veterans organization


100th Infantry Battalion Veterans organization

Honolulu, Hawaii   I   www.100thbattalion.org

The mission of the 100th Infantry Battalion Veterans is to preserve
and perpetuate the military history of the World War II 100th Infantry
Battalion (Separate) and its successor in combat, the 100th Battalion
of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, through various services to
the veterans and their families.

Services include providing programs, preserving artifacts, documenting
information and promoting education. With the motto, “For Continuing
Service,” the organization endeavors to advance social welfare,
promote patriotism, advocate for an informed and empowered
democracy, and adhere to the proud traditions established in
World War II.

The group’s website contains a digital library of stories, videos,
photographs and documents related to the men of the 100th Infantry
Battalion before, during, and after World War II.

They also offer a small library of books, periodicals, and videos
related to the 100th Infantry Battalion and Nisei soldiers.

The 100th Infantry Battalion Memorial Building (Clubhouse) on 520
Kamoku Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, serves as a living memorial to the
Nisei soldiers who were killed in action, a social hub for the veterans
and their families, and an Education Center dedicated to teaching
and preserving the legacy of the Battalion.

Contact:
club100vets@gmail.com.