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Frank, I hope I didn’t just call you a toad.
co-là breith sona dhut!
Happy Birthday Frank. Hope you are doing well. Maybe someday you will hit Maine again and we can catch up.
Congratulations on your 77th Frank stay well and good hearing from you.
Good Evening Oldtimers!
Tis the wandering Scotsman, himself. (Tho' nae sae wandering these days) I have just completed my 77th circuit of the Sun and am in reasonable health. Age is rearing its head in the camper Just recently replaced the Range/oven ($600+) and now awaiting the replacement refrigerator/freezer ($2700+)(electric/propane) this coming week.
Harry, Dave, Opie, Sig, Harold, Chief, I do hope that y'all are doing well. Still feeling the loss of Mike the Jeweler. As time goes by, we're seeing more move on to the "Fiddler's Green".
Perhaps, this evening, I will raise a dram of Single Malt to "Friends Not Present" Slainte mhath!
Take care, live your life to the fullest, Be all you can be. TOUJOURS PRET!
Got to be a first for the Regiment. There was a lieutenant colonel, Benkosky, who took temporary command of the 2d Cavalry Group during WW II when Col. Reed was seriously wounded at Luneville, France. Benkosky had served as a young enlisted man and NCO in the 2d Cavalry just after WW I.
To start your Army career as a private in the Regiment and to go on to command it. That is what I call being all you can be.
A message from Col. Ewers, 81st Colonel of the 2d Dragoons. Col. Ewers served as a young private in the 2d Cavalry many moons ago.
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