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25th Aviation History After December 1970

On 17 June 1979 Company C, 25th Aviation Battalion was activated. As part of the reorganization of the 25th Division to a light infantry configuration the 25th Aviation Battalion was briefly inactivated from 15 October 1985 to16 January 1986.

On 16 May 1988, the 25th Aviation Battalion was redesignated as the 25th Aviation Regiment, a parent regiment under the Army's Regimental System.

Company A was redesignated as HHC 1st Battalion, 25th Aviation and remained assigned to the 25th Division.

Company B was redesignated as HHC, 2nd Battalion, 25th Aviation.

Company C was redesignated as HHC, 3rd Battalion, 25th Aviation and the battalion HHC was redesignated as Company D, 25th Aviation.

Both the 2nd and 3rd Battalions and Company D were reassigned to the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, NY.

The 2nd Battalion served in Somalia with the 10th Mountain Division, receiving a Valorous Unit Award.

The 3rd Battalion served in Haiti in Operation Restore Hope, receiving a Joint Meritorious Unit Award.

To replace these units, Company F (UH 60), Company G (UH1) and Company H (Aviation Maintenance) were activated on 16 May 1988 and assigned to the 25th Division.

On 15 September 1990 Companies F and G were inactivated.

On 16 September 1990 Company D was redesignated as HHC, 4th Battalion, 25th Aviation. The 4th Battalion was assigned to the 25th Division and activated at Wheeler Army Airfield.

On 15 March 1996 the 4th Battalion and Company H were inactivated. The 2nd Battalion and HHC 3rd Battalion which was redesignated as Company C (Aviation Maintenance), 25th Aviation were reassigned from the 10th Mountain Division to the 25th Division.

Currently the 1st Battalion (Attack) is serving in Iraq and the 2nd Battalion (Assault) and Company C (Aviation Maintenance) in Afghanistan.