"sorry John About not being on here I had to have a kidney removed due to cancer and then I had to go back into hospital because my organs were starting to shut down on me. I had to go on Dialisis for about six Months but I recovered from that.…"
Thank You for the information on .22's;
I seriously need to purchase a revolver and a
good long gun in .22 caliber, mainly just to do
some fun practice shooting.
I can shoot all the ammo that I can afford in .45 Long Colt,
"Been wearin' the Taurus Judge (.45 L-Colt) today, got tired of that little old .38 Spcl. Charter Arms Piece; of course this Judge will be wearin me out before too long as well. However, I am a lot more confident with that .45 in a…"
I have not heard anything negative about the mini-14's by Sturm-Ruger; but I think if I were really interested in one, I think I'd git my paws wrapped around one soon, you never know when the Administration may do…"
What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
Troop I, 3/2 ACR - the Officers Club, as MOM'S escort to the motorpool, asst. bartender, cook, waiter, manager? This was prob. the best job on campus, but I asked to return to Trp I due to an assignment of a particular officer as the O club capo de capo capi that I figgered would land me in trubble.
Where were you stationed?
Amberg, Germany - the border, Grafenwhoer, Honenfels, e.t.c.
What MOS or job description did you have?
worked in the "O" club about a year, spent the rest shaggin parts in the motorpool, hiding from 1sg, drivin a m113 to the border or the bahnhof.
got cold in the winter in graf. / hohenfels
What was your rank/title?
pv1, pv2, pfc, sp4 e-4- best rank inda army.
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
1969 to 1972
Tell us a little about your cav days.
Things were pretty crazy, we spent our time going to the border, going to graf or hohenfels for training. off duty we went to rock concerts - smoked our brains out and drank the cheapo wine that was suprisingly good
Tell us a little about you now.
worked for State of NM Gov. as a Veterans Employment Representative, had many varied assignments, was both challenged and rewarded. The best one thing? I had the ability to be of some help to a veteran every day. After College, I felt that I owed my Veteran Status something in return. That is what I found, and did. Now fatly retired and seeking entertainment?
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
Tom Tusing, John Mackey, Larry Schmulling, especially David Grippe, and /or anybody from I troop in those years, headquarters or 1st platoon, and anyone from HHT that may 'member me.
Big "D" - Sgt. Doziers platoon
sorry John About not being on here I had to have a kidney removed due to cancer and then I had to go back into hospital because my organs were starting to shut down on me. I had to go on Dialisis for about six Months but I recovered from that. I am not on Dialisis any more. I now have renal cancer that has mastated to both of my lungs am doing fine even with that. I hope this finds you well and enjoying life.