Hi Speed,hope all is well. I just read THE GULF WAR and was delightfully suprised to see Col. Tony Issacs name as one of the interviewed for the book.Also was pleased to see that he commanded the 1st Squad. in the conlict. Never know when you will discover things about those in your past.Great guy. Take care. Jeff
Hello Capt. Thomas, Great to hear from you. Lt. Moncure was Platoon Leader & Sargent Ritter was my Platoon Sargent. I left from Graft when we were qualifying. My Father had a massive heart attack & I took an emergency leave. After my leave was up I got reassigned to the 19 th. replacement Sq. @ Ft. Bragg only 42 miles from my home. I ETS in Dec. 21st.1973. I posted some new pics hope you check them out. Hope You Have A Merry Christmas God Bless Our Troops & God Bless The USA. Spec.4 Jimmy Adcock. Scout Out. Always Ready.
Hello Capt. Thomas,I was in 1st. platoon 1973. Oh yes I remember the PT campaign, walking down the hills while running up the hills in the snow but it was good for us I guess ha ha. I really enjoyed my tour & being part of the 2nd. Cav. from the Rock. Have a Happy Thanksgiving. God be with you & Your Family. Spec.4 James Adcock. Scouts Out & Always Ready.
Welcome to Dragoon Base neighbor! I don't know about you but I'm kinda missing those nice summer days we had around the Rock as compared to what we're coming into here in central florida! regards, Greg Miller, C troop mechanic
Yes I do, and this is the only picture I have of him. I think it was FTX, and Sgt. Villie ran over his jeep, actually only the gun tube hit the jeep. He was not happy. We got along pretty well, I talked him into giving us bus to go to a 3 day concert, which he did, but only the one way. We had to find our own way back, walked all Sunday night from Wurzburg to Bamberg, to make it to Monday morning formation.