Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who remember or want to share with others who also served at Pond barracks. Pleasepost lotsof pics. We love them.
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Edward, a good book about the 2d Cav's last days as horse cavalry is F TROOP, THE REAL ONE - AS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF TROOPER JAMES V. MORRISON.
If you're interested in what life was like in the Regiment during its horse days, found
something last night you might like. It's a 1969 study about Fort Laramie Wyoming
in the 1870's and includes a lot of comments about the Regiment, mainly K Company - muster roll, daily calls, life in the barracks, equipment, furnishings, etc. The whole thing is online (and also ads to buy it). To see it, google: Fort
Laramie NHS, The Cavalry Barracks - Fort Laramie. www.nps.gov/...fola//
barracks-hfs/index.htm might also work.
Here is a picture of Swoop.
I was there from 1984-1987 in I Troop Maintenance with Terry Skoglund, David Vernon, Mike Layton, Mark Gwartney, Jame Buzbee, Kelly Ransonette, Mark Cervantez and others! Really Miss them all!
Greg Householder is on Facebook. I'll tell him you are looking for him.
I got there in September "88. He got out soon after and went to back home to Tennessee with the intent on attending law school.
I was Trp CO 87-88. Looking for K trp Co then Greg Householder.
I was there between 1985-1987 under Col. Bird "the swoop" . HHC and L troop god miss those days.
Ed Paquette, Chris Williams is selling 2nd ACR hats on facebook, really nice hats too, check it out hope this helps you out
reunion in Oregon Aug 25 weekend Ed Paquette and ten other army buddies
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10th Colonel of the Regiment George G. Huntt 10 Apr 1891 – 2 Jun 1898
This was the third design of the 2d Cavalry DUI, worn from 1924-1931. The sharp points on the ends of the bottom scroll again called for a redesign.
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