"Hey Robert glad to see you made your way back to base, I met you a few years ago at the Red barn up by Angels camp. I have not been on that run for a while I hope to make it this year. I have not been riding myself that much since I had my…"
"Outstanding! Glad to see you made it back, Bob.
Sorry you had to give up riding. I know that must have been a tough one.
Did you know there was another reunion coming up, April 27-30 in Williamsburg, Virginia?"
What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
84th Engineer Company, Combat
Where were you stationed?
Merrill Bks. Nurnberg
What MOS or job description did you have?
64C-30, 10Ton/Low Boy Driver, Motor Sgt, HQ Platoon Sgt, Training NCO
What was your rank/title?
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
Oct 75 - Nov 77
Tell us a little about your cav days.
WORKED HARDER THAN AT ANY OTHER DUTYSTATION BUT WITH BETTER TROOPS. WE EVEN PASSED THE IG IN 76. IT HAD BEEN A FEW YEARS. BORROWING ALL THE TOW BARS IN NURNBERG AND DRAGGING EVERYTHING WITH US ON ALERT TURNED OUT TO BE ONE OF MY BETTER IDEAS.
Tell us a little about you now.
Was an Iron-Worker, Iron Worker then Construction Inspector until I retired June 30th of 2012. I am active with the American Legion Riders, Post 23, Sanger Ca. Deep into Amateur Radio. KM6BNY callsign and Control Operator of KM6HCQ at Dept of CA American Legion station in Sanger.
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
Hey Robert glad to see you made your way back to base, I met you a few years ago at the Red barn up by Angels camp. I have not been on that run for a while I hope to make it this year. I have not been riding myself that much since I had my knee operation. Stay well and will talk to you later.