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Rollin Craig Bammer
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Rollin Craig Bammer posted a status
"To the trooper in Council Bluffs, Ia. where i was born Bluesky68138@gmail .com ALR Post 1 Omaha Bindlach 61-63"
Apr 9
Rollin Craig Bammer left a comment for Dave Gettman
"Dave, Yes i joined the Bindlach Group a couple of years back but never heard from anybody.  I thought maybe they all had passed on to that patrol in the sky?  I did just heard from a fellow trooper that was in another troop and frequented…"
Apr 3
Daniel J. Wroten left a comment for Rollin Craig Bammer
"Welcome back Rollin, I as in D Troop Maint and drove the M-88 most of the time, a groop of us also hung out in Munchberg at the EP club and Freddy's club. Check out my page, I have a "few" photos. :) "
Apr 3
Dave Gettman left a comment for Rollin Craig Bammer
"Welcome to Dragoon Base, Rollin. Have you ever been a member here? Your name is very familiar for some reason. I'll bet there is somebody here you know. There is a lot of history in Omaha with the 2d Cavalry. An awful lot of 2d Cavalry troopers…"
Apr 3
Rollin Craig Bammer is now a member of Dragoon Base
Apr 3

Profile Information

What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
1st Recon Troop A
Where were you stationed?
Bindlach
What MOS or job description did you have?
133.10-P
What was your rank/title?
SP4
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
61-63.................... Honorary 2nd U.S. Dragoons 1/7/63 Colonel George B Picket, JR, Armor Commanding
Tell us a little about your cav days.
I have CRS (can't remember shit) just too many things.. The first any trooper did was go to the EM Club the first night. Then try to get up the next morning...I remember walking down to Yettis and then on to Bindlach (i have a mug)! Then on to Bayreuth, and latter on to Munchberg where i think i was one of the first to discover. ( i brought one home) I remember being on a LP on the Czech border in relief of another unit. I remember the al;erts going of a few times then in Oct 62 when the alert siren went off NCO's ran through the barracks yelling take everything and we were throwing foot lockers out the second floor as tanks were sliding to a stop in between the barracks and then as they were loaded they screamed out the gate. While i was there i visited a lot of places.
Tell us a little about you now.
Old!!..... I am American Legion Rider with Omaha Post 1 and i live on the fence line with the New Omaha National Cemetery so i attend a lot of actives at the cemetery among other activities with the American Legion Riders........... i am a old jigger bugger dancer so i do that a couple of times a week
Do you have a web site?
http://Bluesky68138@gmail.com
Phone number (Optional).
402-250-7979
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
Henry Lachapelle where are you? I just can't remember names

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At 11:48am on April 3, 2017, Daniel J. Wroten said…

Welcome back Rollin, I as in D Troop Maint and drove the M-88 most of the time, a groop of us also hung out in Munchberg at the EP club and Freddy's club. Check out my page, I have a "few" photos. :) 

At 9:33am on April 3, 2017, Dave Gettman said…

Welcome to Dragoon Base, Rollin. Have you ever been a member here? Your name is very familiar for some reason. I'll bet there is somebody here you know.

There is a lot of history in Omaha with the 2d Cavalry. An awful lot of 2d Cavalry troopers were recruited there in the late 1860's and early 1870's, but that was way before even your time.

 
 
 

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