Hello dusty, I don't remember you sorry to say. We were there at the same time. like I said in my profile I worked the crypto room in the hdqs. Building. I came to the rock as a Pfc and left a hard 5 sgt. The only member I had contact with is warren baltes who also is from Buffalo Ny. We ended up working for the post office together. I checked the roster of members and unfortunately the only one on the list that I know is Warren Baltes. Did you know anyone from headquarters troop during the time we were there? I too am retired . We'll it was nice of you to reply. It's been soo long that I really don't remember a lot of my fellow soldiers that I served with. Did you know Richard Oswald who was the mail room clerk while we were there? Thanks again for the reply. Take care. Sgt Mike Zolnowski
Greetings Sergeant. Thanks for the information. I will pass it on to Jim Vanaman. Off the Top of your head do you remember the Commanding Officer of A Troop. I seemed to spend a lot of time on the border camps whit him.
Greetings Sergeant. I spoke with a friend of mine, Jimmy Vanaman, we were both in B Troop at the same time, we were both cooks. Maybe you remember asking a Spec4 to prepare for Spec 5 and said Spec 4 said no thank you and turned down the opportunity for advancement, that would have been me.
Greetings Sergeant. That is a good Question, what troop was I in. If you stand on the road facing the mess hall at Bindlach I was in the billets to the right. I don't remember you at the EM club, but I remember being at the NCO club when all troops went on maneuvers and we the em cleaned out the slot machines, and the NCOs got so mad that they wouldn't let us play them the next time. I laugh about it now but then it was serious. thanks for writing me. SP4 Smith.
SSG Snow. You left shortly after I arrived in October 72. I was initially assigned to D Company as a TC and soon afterwards as a platoon sergeant. I am sure you well remember our post well. Paul Curran was the first sergeant at the time but soon moved to squadron headquarters as the CSM. I cannot remember the squadron commander at the time but LTC Nicholas Krachieiw (sp) took over not too long after my arrival. As I remember CPT Gordon Crupper was the commander at D Company. My assignment at 1/2 was one of the more memorable of my career.