1-157th Infantry Regiment (Mountain)

Image of 1-157th Infantry Regiment (Mountain) soldierImages of 1-157th Infantry Regiment (Mountain) logoThe 1st Battalion,157th Infantry Regiment closes the enemy by means of fire and maneuver in order to destroy or capture him. On order, mobilizes and deploys to designated locations in order to execute Domestic Operations in order to reduce human suffering and save lives.

Members of the infantry are warriors, trained to defend their country, their unit and themselves in battle. With access to cutting-edge equipment and facilities, an infantry fire team will neutralize enemy forces, hardware and positions. All members of the infantry are skilled and trained to serve their community and state during the event of a natural disaster. From combat missions to rescue efforts, infantry Soldiers are always ready and always there, embodying everything the Guard stands for.

The following companies fall under this battalion:
  - HHC 1-157th INF
  - A Co., 1-157th INF
  - B Co., 1-157th INF (Fort Lupton)
  - C Co., 1-157th INF (Grand Junction)
  - D Co., 1-157th INF, Weapons Co. (Alamosa)
  - I Co., 186th BSB (Bde Support Bn - Fort Lupton)

The unit is headquartered Colorado Springs, CO. To contact the unit, dial 720-250-4800.


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