Hey Jack, I'm an L Troop "tanker" as well. Although I got there a couple of years after you left, it was still the same crazy shit. A month or two in squadron then back to the border or Graf, it never changed. It might have been a little more tense when I was there because I arrived 6 months after Kennedy was assassinated (we still though the Commie's were involved), and I left a year before the Russians invaded Czechoslovakia. Never-the-less great memories!
Jack, my name is Sig Fertig, stationed in Bamberg 58/60, CW Operator on an ANGRC 19, went to CW school in Nuremberg in 58 and now live in So. Cal. Was in Howitzer Company 2nd Battalion. Spent time at coburg on the border and lots of time at Graf.And am a friend of Robert Wadley
Jack, the photo bring back a lot of memories from years gone by. The look good. I have some over on my page not to many in color, I am redoing all my photos on my computer. My computer crashed but have a new one now, so have to refile everything new hav about 1500 from over the years. Take Care..............
JACK, your name still rings a bell with me, you still might know some of the men from I Troop, who was the CO in L troop.. I am going to have to dig up photos and see if you might reconize some of my troop.
Hello Jack, Wayne Dixon here, was Scout Section in 1st Platoon, Was old G company before they changed us over to I Troop. We have another in the 2nd cav Assogiation, Ned Deveraux, he is the Edititor of the Therobred. I just wrote to Lt Moe Winters just 2 days ago. Do you remember him and also one of our CO's Captain Bill Wollenberg. I am still tring to place you. Do you recall the sgt that was caught in between the track vehicles at Gates who was killed there . He and I where good friends. Also the sgt who was in amberg and was killed when he was on the way back to weiden from Amberg. I sure would love to see your slides and photos so I could try to remember them. You don't happen to have a copy of the troop roster do you. Welcome aboard.
You're the second one in the last 30 minutes to join from that time period. I got there in '62, left '64. Come on over and join us in the Oldtimers. Many here...might see an old name or face. Any questions, just ask and somebody will help.