36th dates from July 1918. Assigned to 12th Division and organized at Camp McClellan, Alabama. Trained replacements at McClellan throughout World War I. Demobilized February 1919. Activated at Fort Bragg in October 1939. Regiment broken up, elements reorganized and redesignated (1st Battalion, 36th Artillery became 36th Field Artillery Battalion) 5 March 1944 (at Anzio). Inactivated at Camp Kilmer, New Jersey January 1946. Activated at Fort Lewis, Washington, October 1948. Inactivated at Lewis in December 1950. Activated at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, January 1952. Inactivated June 1958 in Germany. Consolidated April 1972 with the 36th Artillery - a designated parent regiment under the Combat Arms Regimental System (CARS).
733d Field Artillery Battalion has no lineage prior to 19 December 1942. Constituted on that date and organized two months later at Camp Maxey, Texas. Inactivated at Camp Kilmer, New Jersey October 1945. Allotted to the Army Reserve and activated (in the Reserve) at Lawrence, Massachusetts, February 1947. Inactivated at Boston, June 1950. No connection at all with the 36th.