Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
It is 5:17 PM on Friday and the site is up and running.I want to thank a couple of guy with trying to get this site up again.Ed Russell ,Dave Gettman and S.Banks.and myself.So everything is back to normal.
Russell Luppo (born: 17 October, 1923) died on 5 April, 2014. He was a long-time member of the 2d Cavalry Association and attended many reunions. He served in the Regiment in WWII in Gen. Patton's army. He will be buried in Jackson, MI on 10 April. His funeral is being handled by Desnoyer Funeral Home, Jackson, MI. Details available online.
I was assigned to Company A, 17th Bn, 5th Bde (A-17-5), USAARMC, Fort Knox, Kentucky, August 30, 1974 to October 29, 1974.
My home was completely destroyed by one of the 13 tornadoes that struck the Oklahoma City area on May 20, 2011. I lost my uniforms, medals, and a number of military awards, documents, and photos. I have replaced a number of the items lost, but would sure like to have some of the photos replaced.
Added by Mark A. Atterson on March 26, 2014 at 9:37pm — No Comments
anybody going to be at Daytona for bike week?Continue
I know, I havn´t been here for long time now. So here are the news:
- Christmas eve was great. We had a lot of fun all together, it was a great family time. Even if YOU are still missing. We talked a lot about you.. and we got some new achievements. Well.. I guess you know that. So.. ah back to the point: ur missing. (always the same boring story, hmm?)
- today is my birthday, I´m 28 now. Gettin´ old. Hubby laughed and that made me cry. I…Continue
Added by Lisa Schwalme on February 21, 2014 at 7:03am — No Comments
During my time in Amberg I did a little research on the origin of our "Mighty Mike". The folks at Cadillac sent the photos shown on my Amberg album. The pictures are not our M-66 Jr. but great pictures anyway.
For all the men who served with my father and were kind enough to respond and share Thank you you have blessed and filled a part of my heart that has always felt empty. My dad died doing what he loved he had so much pride in the history of the HOW batt.The army was not his job it was his life he was not perfect ( he was a 20 yr old in a foreign land in the 70s enough said) but now it has been confirmed that he was a man worthy of respect. I have honored his life and legacy all of my life but…Continue
Added by Garry D Smith( rebecca mayden) on December 18, 2013 at 10:42am — No Comments
Former C Troop First Sergeant Ned Devereaux need any information (tales, stories, memories...) about a great NCO, the late 1SG (ret) Paul Garcia. Paul passed away back in 2004 and a tribute to be published in the Spring of 2014 will need as much information to honor a great C TROOP member.
Ned e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
--Regards & Blessings!
--Rafael V. Pabon, MSG (ret)
Anybody remembering carrying a status card while in Germany and does any one remember the MetropolContinue
Support our Vets, Truckers, and Patriots in D.C.
Added by Mark Mauer on October 11, 2013 at 1:20am — No Comments
Dave, can you get my E-Mail address to Gibson for me.
K-Trp, 3/2 ACR
Added by Steven A Iacobucci on September 11, 2013 at 8:09pm — No Comments
The following is a poem of sorts, written by John McGowen. McGowen was an Electronics Technician Chief Petty Officer (Ret), with 21 years of active service. He currently resides in Michigan.
I am really astounded by the simple power of this piece. In just a few paragraphs, it conveys decades of government abuse and an unending need to speak up. It is profound and a great read. It is also a charge, a charge for us to get involved, and make our voices heard before it's too…Continue
Added by MARK PILLOW on August 15, 2013 at 7:47pm — No Comments
a few days ago I made my best friend the happiest woman on this world. I found her GI-Dad. He really flipped out, he cried and thanked me million times. He also searched his daughter but didn´t find her. Until me and my nose came along, he had no hope to find her after 27 years. What can I say except the fact that I was "adopted", too? I´m her biest friend, we are like siblings and she was always a part of my familiy, called my parents mom and dad - and I now got a "second mom and dad", just…Continue
Some that I knew left E Troop Bamberg and went to Fort Knox to teach. Myself along with
SSG Robert Dickerson and SSG Heinman and two others I can not remember their names.
I taught Fire Control Systems for Both the Army and Marines AOB courses , the others were assigned to other training
One night Cpt Wottlin and us went out for drinks while he was at Fort Knox for some Career Course he was taking.
Cpt. Wottlin was the second E…Continue
Added by Bill Hembree on June 18, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Yesterday,June 16,2013 my father-in-law passed away, He was a WORLD 2 VETERAN who like many rose to the occassion to fight for his Country. He was very proud of his Military Service and so Very proud of his Country. He's just ONE of MANY fast disappearing HERO'S of the GREATEST GENERATION. He now joins his wife Betty in Heaven...GOD BLESS Him and ALL of our HERO'S
I know many from U served at B Troop at the Rock 1972 who knows the soldier Paul T Hall or Halle! came from KY went back beginning 1973 day of birth 03,03,1950
Added by Thorsten Löster on June 11, 2013 at 4:15pm — No Comments
Possible big news coming out of Syria! Rumors have it that the Syrian President Bashar Al Assad been killed by one of his bodyguards.
Added by William Belcher on February 24, 2013 at 11:59pm — No Comments