"Welcome to the dragoon base Steve.. and yes, I remember you well. That crushed finger story is one that I have told a few times.. Hope you didn't wind up loosing the finger. I have only run into a few of the guys from…"
"geez, you haven't seemed to age much, doubt if you remember me, Steve Severson, served in HHT 76-79 motor pool, then recovery with Hillbilly. you and Jim pulled me out from under the 5ton wrecker when I crushed a finger at Coberg. long time…"
What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
Fox Troops Motor Pool
Where were you stationed?
Bamberg, Hof, Coburg
What MOS or job description did you have?
63H Tank Mechanic
What was your rank/title?
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
76 to 79
Tell us a little about your cav days.
I'm sure we all have about the same stories to tell.. the famous fights at Graf.. (the place is probably still off limits). The long, cold days and nights on the range and the partys at Hof, and Coburg.
Tell us a little about you now.
After the Cav.. I had another 3 year tour in Germany and a couple of tours with the 101st in Kentucky and college after that. Upon graduating, I worked as a teacher in a middle school. In 1989 I joined the Police Department.
geez, you haven't seemed to age much, doubt if you remember me, Steve Severson, served in HHT 76-79 motor pool, then recovery with Hillbilly. you and Jim pulled me out from under the 5ton wrecker when I crushed a finger at Coberg. long time ago. hope your doing well, and wanted to say thank you.
No Bob, not tomorrow. Although I belong to the "waiting list" I WAS able to get two tickets for both games. Problem is my wife who is a nurse works every other weekend and this weekend, when she is off, has to take my step son back to school. I would liked to go this weekend but I can't make it happen - I was entitled to two tickets and there is three of us - me and two young boys (9 and 11). It should be a good game - enjoy.
Hi Bob, nice to hear from you and hope that the cold weather is not to bad up there. Thank you for remembering by Birthday and for you wishes. Please keep in touch and God Bless. Here is my regular e-mail: email@example.com
Yes, he was a very good DS and a better friend. If you take a look thru your BCT Photo Album, my own Plt. Sgt. SFC Fred Blue retired as a 1SG back on or about 1987 he live now in Colorado, his other assistance SSG Manuel Ankrom he retired as a MSG and live here in Newport News VA, SSG Larry French was kick out of the service as a 1SG for trainee abuse, a real shame because he was a fine DI and a Viet Nam Vet., our Supply Sgt. then SSG Chaves retired about 6 years ago as a CW4, I lost contact with all the others and never seen them again. From A-18-4 I went to A-1-1 and became the Tng. NCO and Senior Track Commander, the I became the X-M1 OTT-3 Tank Program Logistics NCOIC, then Germany 2nd ACR.