The 10th Mountain Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion is a unit of the United States Army headquartered at Fort Drum, New York. It is the organization for the command elements of the 10th Mountain Division. The battalion contains the division's senior command structure, including its headquarters company, as well as communications, intelligence, operational and support elements as well as the Division Band which provide services to any units assigned to the headquarters at a time.
Activated to oversee division elements prior to World War II, the battalion fought in Italy for a year. After the war it served as the command element for the 10th when it was a training unit. Due to reorganizations in the Army, the 10th Mountain Headquarters was activated with only a headquarters company in 1985, and served in numerous contingencies throughout the 1990s. During another Army reorganization in 2004, the 10th Mountain Division Headquarters Company was reestablished as the Divisi