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From the 1st 12th Defense Battalion (August 1942-June 1944) come together on the latter island, where it remained until the end of the war. 18th Defense Battalion (October 1943-April 1944) in January 1945, and between March and Activated at New River, North Carolina, by Lieutenant Colonel Harold C. Roberts, who was replaced in January 1944 by Lieutenant Colonel William C. Van Ryzin, the unit became the 18th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion on 16 May of that year. By August, echelons of the battalion were located at Sai- pan and Tinian, but by September it had 32 May the entire battalion deployed to Guam, remaining there for the rest of the war.

1st Defense Battalion (November 1939-May 1944) The unit, formed at San Diego, California, deployed to the Pacific as one of the Rainbow Five, the five defense battalions stationed there in accordance with the Rainbow 5 war plan when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Under Lieutenant Colonel Bert A. Bone, elements of the battalion arrived in Hawaii in March 1941. The unit provided defense detachments for Johnston and Palmyra Islands in March and April of that year and for Wake Island in August.

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