The 4th Infantry Division is a division of the United States Army based at Fort Carson, Colorado. They are the most decorated army division in American History with documented action in WW1, WW2, Cold War, Vietnam War, Iraq War, and the Afghanistan War. They were all big help to victories in all but the Vietnam.
During World War 2, they were one of the first surface-borne units to land on one the five beaches during D-day, landing on Utah Beach. then pushing up the northern coast of German-held France. Then, they cleared the Cotentin peninsula and helped capture Cherbourg on June 25, 1944. Then they broke through the left flank of the German 7th Army and help push them toward Avranches, and by the end of August, pushing into Paris. They then moved into Belgium through Houffalize to attack the Siegfried Line at Schnee Eifel on September 14, 1944. By November 1944, they had entered the Battle of Hurtgen Forest in Germany, where they engaged into heavy gun fire until early December. Then, they shifted into Luxembourg only to meet German winter Ardennes offensive head-on in the Battle of the Bulge, on December 16, 1944. They managed to hold the germans at Dickweiler and Osweiler, and, counterattacking in January across the Sauer, overrunning the german positions at Fouhren and Vianden. Then, they get halted at the Prum river by heavy enemy resistance. Then finally crossing on February 28, 1945 near Olzheim. on March 29, 1945, they moved across the Rhine at Worms. They then attacked and secured Wurzburg and by the end of April 3, 1945, they had established a bridgehead across the Main at Ochsenfurt.