Hey SSG Soucy, you were my PSG in L Troop in 75-76 when we were living in the barracks at Camp Ablertshof (sp) in Hohenfels while they rebuilt the barracks in Amberg. Those were some tough days in the Army, but some great folks. Thanks for the mentorship in those days. I ran across your name and people who knew you at Fort Stewart. I was the CSM 1/64 Armor, the NCO Academy Commandant and the Garisson CSM there from 1994-1999. Finished up as the RCSM at Fort Polk. Making a living in the private sector now. I've been retired for 9.5 years now. Did you ever hear from Carlin Elliot. Last time I ran across him, he was a recruiter in Owensboro KY.
Oh My God!!!!! the "Bull" hitting a golf ball.....send a picture of that! :) Please tell him I said hello!! my email is: email@example.com if the Bull knows how to do email. Just wonderful to talk to you and know the Bull is still kicking!
Well hello Sgt. Soucy. Not sure if you would remember me......Tony Fowler, Red Eye section HHT 3/2 ACR 77-80. Was just going thru some of the names on the members list and came across yours. Remember Stan Bullard? I have seen him a few times since I have been out. Hope all is well. Send me a message if you wish.
While I may not remember who was on my right during the Squadron formation as we were leaving the Gulf, I will always rememeber your ragged butt. For the record, Mike Clark was on my left. Whether it was Amberg, Savannah, Basra, or Riyadh, you were constantly busting my chops. You were a much needed mentor, albiet unwilling at times, and for that I am eternally grateful. Like I said Friday, we make the I-95 gun run a few time a year and Savannah is a great stopping point. It was great talking to you, but we aint done yet. The next time we head north, I'll give you advance warning. Send my best to your family.