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ⓘ 1st Separate Brigade (Philippine Expedition)




                                     

ⓘ 1st Separate Brigade (Philippine Expedition)

The 1st Separate Brigade, United States Army was a U.S. expeditionary brigade. It was commanded by Brigadier General Marcus P. Miller consisted of the 18th Iowa Infantry Regiment, 51st Iowa Infantry Regiment and a battery of 6th Artillery. It was organised to provide a U.S. Army expeditionary force for the Philippine campaign of the Spanish–American War.

                                     
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