"Hennerty, this is Kelly we were in L TRP back in the day. I have looked all over the net for you. I hope all is well. We had some good times I really do not know if you even recall me, but we were friends. I was a Tanker…"
What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
Where were you stationed?
What MOS or job description did you have?
What was your rank/title?
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
Tell us a little about your cav days.
I lived in the field. I was the Gunner for SSG Woods, Lt. Hinahosa. Lt. Kulp ( M-65) Border ops Sgt Reed and May. NEVER failed a border INSP.
Was re-uped by CPT. Peter J. Looker Cpt Armor Commanding Mighty Mike
Tell us a little about you now.
I am a DeKalb County Police Det. Homicide. I have been a Motor Cop.
Still with the same girl for 30 years
I still talk about the Mike Company 3/2 ACR
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
SSG Chewing, Lt. Kulp, Cpt Looker, Max Fanning, Scott Porbaugh, SSG Ricky Woods
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Hay brother been over 25 years since I heard from ya, hope all is well. I got off active duty back in 1997 and went in the Guard 252 armor Ft Bragg as a Scout platoon Sgt. stayed with that unit for 10 yrs. Went to Iraq again in 2003 to 2005. Then went into the reserves as a senior drill sergeant for seven years. All this while being a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer.
Got the opportunity to go back home to WV and be a State Trooper been doing that for the past 7 ½ years and being a Carrier counselor for the reserves with 3 ARCD out of Ft Story Va. In short just cant let it go, and before I knew it I have been in over 30yrs in the Military.
I can still remember all the good times we had in Amburg brother, were the Hell you at and what are you into.
Hey Dave. I do remember that buddy. I'm still amazed at how quickly time flies. If you ever get out to the wild west of New Mexico let's get together. I have a pics of our exploits together in Mike Company. Pete
I am thrilled that you and your family are doing great. I hope the years have faded your memory to the point where your stories of our military adventures together are kind. I vividly recall that we were a real good tank outfit, no, actually a damned great tank outfit, and it was directly because of the tremendous warrior spirit of troopers like you.
I was honored and thrilled to lead great troopers like you, and am blessed to hear from you again.
Well DeKalb County is lucky to have a great cop watching over them....Until we meet again at Fiddlers Green David.....Farewell and Toujours Pret brother.