Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
Started this discussion. Last reply by terry strong Oct 21, 2014.
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Seems as though everyone is winding down. Not much activity on this site anymore. Hope your in good health.
signed it Gary,thanks for the link."Toujours Pret"
Gary, looking at your profile, I see you go to E Troop in 1984, I was already at Camp Hof by then, but I am sure we have had some interaction there as I was there until Nov 1985.
Toujours Pret Gary
The Dragoonbase.com, has plenty of updated features
(HTML and format friendly), lots of sub-groups,
(Officers Club,F-Trp,Amberg,Medics,and the
always busy Oldtimers club).
Also links for “2nd Cavalry Assn.”
News and History Centers.
Robb Russell has posted some tips for navigating the site(ie,photos,links,ect) in the Forum.
Please feel free to stop by and read the latest “Tacoma Dave's ‘Triva Quiz’”, you can learn some 2nd Cav history,
and you could even, win a kool prize.
If you need any help, you may contact Robb Russell, or any of the 5 admins listed at the top of the page, or just yell out,
another member may be able to help you.
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for searching for Brothers),
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Thanks again for joining Dragoon Base, and for your Service and Dedication, to Our Great Country.
Jesse Kelley F Troop 2/2ACR 72-75
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