Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
Bill I live in Lind Washington 13 miles from Ritzville! I’ve talked to white a couple of times! Good memories! He doesn’t do social media! Frank Twitchell past just awhile back from prostate surgery. Blood clot Damn!
Richard white 1-479-462-6750
I am still living outside Ft. Leonard Wood. Oldest daughter is colorist at a salon in Manhattan NYC,oldest son USAF intel guy at Ramstein, youngest daughter is a brand new 1st grade teacher in Rolla, MO and youngest is still in college. I have your cell # somewhere so I'll call if I get a chance. Working as a civilian dermatology PA now so I have even less contact with the Desert Storm bunch. So I guess I'll stay up on this site and see who shows up.
Wolfpack 6 Tango is on the net! Still working on my homepage, groups, etc..
Sir, do you remember a youngish corporal in the radar section who arrived and began to tell folks in C Troop Aggie jokes in 1977? That was long ago. Jack Miller stuck me with the nom de guerre "Davey Crockett". That persisted until I retired a Captain in 1994. I always remembered Captain May's orders: "Remember your regiment and follow your officers!"
Bobby L. Crockett
Captain, USA (retired)
Good morning Sir. I seems that our Beloved Regiment was and still is a major stepping stone to the 'Stars" I was in 1st plt. C Trp. when you were there. I was driver for SSG Webb. Lt Becker was the Plt. Leader. Lt. Becker was in C Troop s a cadet in 75 and returned as a brand new Lt. Congratulations on a stellar career. Always Ready, Sir.!
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