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I was looking at random posts and thought "what's this! Someone hacked my account"!!
Hi Joe,My tour was a little before yours but you look a little familiar. were you there in May of 1975? Anyway welcome home. We could use a medic on this base! lol
Joe,Mcknight thinks his first name was PAUL ???
Joseph,, good photos... I was at Pond 72-73 Squadron Maintenance,HHT barracks...
Do you remember his first name ???
Did you work with Dr.Barota the German guy ???
Medics are always welcome, Joe. We have a special group for them because they are held in such high regard.
Jar heads are another story, but I guess we can let it slide. Welcome aboard, brother!
Toujours Pret Joseph
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.
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another member may be able to help you.
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(pix from back in the day,work best
for searching for Brothers),
but any picture will do.
And that you please tell all your friends about, where to find the DragoonBase.
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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