The 63d Infantry Division Association, USAR
The 63d Infantry Association was formed in 1966 when a group of officers from the disbanded 63d Infantry Division, USAR decided to have one more gathering, the Division Dinner-Dance, for old times sake. The gathering was a success and the 63d Infantry Division Association was formed. The purpose of the Association was to perpetuate the history and honor of the 63d Infantry Division (USAR); to promote and to provide assistance and support to the members and their families. Later the purpose was amemded to promote and enhance the national security of the United States of America through a strong military program.
The membership of the Association is open to those individuals who are serving or have served under the colors of the 63d Infantry Division, including those who have been members of the 63d Infantry Division during and immediately after World War II; the 63d Infantry Division, US Army Reserve (USAR); the 63d US Army Reserve Command (ARCOM); the 63d US Army Reserve Regional Support Command (RSC); the 63d US Army Reserve Regional Readiness Command (RRC); or the 63d US Army Reserve Regional Support Command (RSC); or who are serving or have served in subordinate or attached units or in an attached status to any of the foregoing organizations, or who are serving or have served in any US Army Reserve unit based in the geographic area of responsibility of any of the foregoing organizations.