Historical reenacting is about several things.  Recreating history, teaching the general public about history and the events we portray, and remembering the Veterans of the conflicts. Its also a LOT of fun!

The LHRA reenacts all time periods of history, from the Roman Times to Vietnam. But we’re not limited to just battle reenacting. Members set up historical displays at events, teach in classrooms, hold events for Veteran groups, work with the Media and also take part in movies and TV shows.

Many of us enjoy getting out for the weekend, bringing our weapons, vehicles, and displays in order to reenact history.   Others are here to honor the veterans of the Battles we recreate and also to teach the public about the history behind the events that shaped our world.

Lastly, there are members who just enjoy history in General, and wish to learn more.  These days, there are fewer and fewer Veterans, and remembering what they did for there country is important.

WWI REENACTING

Above: Members of 2d Infantry Division march to “the Front”

WWII REENACTING

Above: M-5 “Stuarts” of the 14th Armored Division LHRA unit.

Above: Members of 1st Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, LHRA.

CIVIL WAR REENACTING


ROMAN TIMES


VIETNAM

Above: LHRA Members of Bravo Co, 2/27th Infantry Regiment, 25th Division

Above: LHRA Members of Bravo Co, 2/27th Infantry Regiment, 25th Division at the Tigerland Vietnam Tactical 2015

REVOLUTIONARY WAR