"I noticed you were looking for Bob Burley. Last Time I saw him he was in F Trp 2/11 ACR and that was in May 91. I have been looking for him also but have had no luck as yet. I last saw Youngblood at Ft Knox and he was talking about becoming a drill…"
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.
Some of the best times of my life, many fond memories. Some times the tours were rough, but now, looking back they were great. I miss the camaraderie that we had. I think you only find that with brothers you served with, that's why this association is wonderful.
Tell us a little about you now.
Married, two boys. 21 year old is Combat Engineer with reserve unit out of Vermont, 18 year old still at home. I was an Operations Supervisor with a medical device company for the past 10 years, until recently being laid off, permanent. I enrolled back in school and am working towards BS in Emergency Management, I'll be looking for a job with DHS soon. We also have a home business.
I noticed you were looking for Bob Burley. Last Time I saw him he was in F Trp 2/11 ACR and that was in May 91. I have been looking for him also but have had no luck as yet. I last saw Youngblood at Ft Knox and he was talking about becoming a drill sgt. I have had no luck finding anything about him either.
Jeff, Good to hear back from you again. The last I heard from Talbert was when he came to Ft. Hood right before I got out. When I left Amberg I was sent to Ft. Hood and only had about 6 months left and Talbert go there about a month before I got out. I know he reuped but I have not heard from him at all. Brooks I have never heard anything at all.
Jeff, Good to hear from you and also to see your pics you posted. Man those were fun times. I was asking Robert Whipple a few minutes ago if he could remember the guys name that locked himself in the arms room at K troop and wondered whatever happened to him.