Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who served at Christensen Barracks.
Location: Bindlach, Germany
Latest Activity: Mar 13
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Started by Troy Tiner. Last reply by carl kreitzer Dec 18, 2013.
Merry Christmas, Robert!
Merry Christmas to all my Cav friends!!!
Hey Troopers, I need a little help remembering a date from Graf. There was an Fatal accident involving a HEMTT Cargo from a Field Artillery unit and one of our Regiments M1's . Col Steele was in command at that time so it would have been between May 87 - Aug 89. The Combat Ground Safety Team at Ft Rucker is trying to locate a copy of the accident report for me. If anyone can help to narrow in on the date please email me or call. email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 719-494-4344. Thank you, Lonny L. Leary
Sorry for your loss Andy. Sounds like your old man was quite a guy.
I'm real sorry to hear of your loss, Andy. My sincere condolences.
Do you know if your dad attended the Air Force 25th anniversary party in Stuttgart, Germany, 1972? I was part of the security detail as a young MP stationed in Stuttgart with the 385th MP Bn.
Just to let my fellow Trooper's know. My Dad Lt. Col. USAFA class of 1959 the first class. Ed H Josephson died 9/4/16. He came to the "Rock" many times because of his work with Textron developing a weapon. And I was there. German guard's got to know him. There was panic on the Rock when he first showed up, being a LTCOL I told everyone don't worry he is my Dad. The weapon he was working on was the WAM. We dropped it on a company of Iraqi tank's 1 shot all tank's dead. My Dad loved the 2d Cavalry.
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