That picture was posted by Joseph Stegman, he was a 63F our recovery specialist and mechanic, M88 operator. we were With M Company 3rd squadron. he was in HQ Plt. That's most likely where that picture is from around 1978 t0…"
What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
Mco 3/2 acr
Where were you stationed?
3/2 acr Mco pond barracks Germany
What MOS or job description did you have?
63f recovery specialist keep tanks rolling and mechanic
What was your rank/title?
Sp4 m88 operator border patrol
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
Tell us a little about your cav days.
The tankers oh boy so where dats some where cool .
Did a lot traveling and enjoyed Germany, so many just wanted to get back to the good old USA . I learned to enjoy what's put in front of you make the best of it. I got to work every one in the company and had some good times. Still chat with Richard Kurtz my room mate.
Tell us a little about you now.
Have my own business restoring and build street rods mobile repair, building my own very badass 65 mustang fastback, still
Have my 36 Ford pu I bought in 1972 streetrod shoptruck, like mobile repair because I get to travel and meet some neat people.
Phone number (Optional).
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
Thomas Quigly Jay Berry Don McCurdy ak big D ,Jeff Sanders I think pasted, Tony Pilkington, Gary Hubbard
hey ...remember me?..nice truck u have there...I have a 03 lightning...33k miles...dyno shows 707hp...anyway...how r u?...I got out in 8...became an Ironworker in NYC..retired in 2013 after 31 yrs...COME TO the reunion in APRIL...its a lot of fun...great time and better friends...I stay in touch with Heenan..he going..
Hey Joseph, I sure do remember those freezing winter nights out at the ammo dump. That 0300 to 0500 shift was a tough one. You mechanics worked pretty damn hard I do remember that when we were in the field somewhere which seemed like most of the time you guys were always fixing something we broke or pulling us out of a mess some where, a the good old days, I remember Hohenfels seemed to remove a lot of tracks off of our tanks lots of rocks. I like telling the story of your M88, when we first got there in 78 the M88 was a gasoline burning one correct? I remember Sgt Mc Kemzie telling me not to get to close to those exhaust grill doors because that sucker belched fire 14 feet long out of them doors when you laid into it, and could warm you up real fast I sure miss those sights and smells. We are getting a very wet winter here in Northern California and we can sure use it . Stay warm Stegy and will talk with you later.
Here is a video of another bad ass mustang. I am sure you have probably seen it. I have a pretty nice 1964 Galaxie 500 XL factory four speed 390 I am fixing up. You just wouldn't just happen to have a 427 laying around the shop your not using Lol. Always good having another ford Fan around.
Hey Stegeman, good to see another M co. trooper showing up I remember you and Kurtz pretty well I remember hanging out in your 88 when I could. Tell Kurtz I said hey. We lost Chriss krausse a while ago I am sure you remember him. There are a few guys from M company around. We have a reunion coming up this year there is a link to it on here. Stay well.