Was feeling nostalgic, trying to recall some old memories as they seemingly are disappearing faster than time itself, thinking about my fellow soldiers, and time in Amberg...ran across your posts about Redeye. Was in M Company, as an E2 and M60 tank driver, #31 I think, when during mid-year of 1971, I was transferred to HQTroop and the Redeye unit and promoted as an acting E5, squad leader and training NCO. I believe that there was a Gregory that was charged with NCO of the 6 squads. Seems we were short staffed, squads were basically leader, driver , jeep/trailer and simulator redeye. I used to plan for training missions at a reservoir located atop a mountain.
Would love to pry out more of those treasured memories. Will send what ever photos I can find soon., Dennis Hughes
thanks for the well wishes and compliment on the book by Jack Tarvin (I only added a couple stories) -I don't go to this site often -still working full-time in Hampton NH but will try to get on more often. We're having a reunion in Oregon Aug 25 if anyone is interested. thanks, Ed Paquette
Thomas thanks for the photo of mark keith maybe you could help everytime I go to load my pics it is coming up with an error message am I doing something wrong the pics are small and don't exceed the size
Thanks Tom. I was "surfing" the net and thinking about Amberg when I found this site. When I saw SFC Z was on here, I had to join. Soooo many memories from Camps Reed and May. Thanks again for the warm welcome.