How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on where his email is for the full details. Have a nice day Thanks God bless. Scammers are using this same message around the internet to get money from your bank saying you win money. I speak German and this persons Englisch is terrible. I served on the Rock in Bindlacher Burg Delta Company also helped with head start German since I spoke it anyway. Harry Mills was my tank commander. I was the driver. He told me that when I drove it was like driving on a cloud. I am the only one who like going to the wash rack.
The reason I have 3 accounts is keep forgetting passwords lol
Hi Dave - thanks for the information, but I still need to talk to you about some other issues, so give me a phone call and or leave me your number and I'll call you. My home # 337-463-7828 Cill # 337-396-2762 Thanks Chief
No Dave, that's not the Dave Clark that I know, the one that I know was my Plt. Ldr. while in C Trp 1st Plt. on late 1979 until 1981, he then was selected and became the newly promoted BG Robert Wagner (Dueler) Aide the Camp at the 3rd ID, About 2 years forward then CPT. Dave Clark commanded a Troop of 3/7 Cav (I think A Trp.), David Sheridan Clark is now a retired LTC residing in Tennessee. To the Captain Clark on your photo - "Rest In Peace my Brother and Thank Your For Your Service and Ultimate Sacrifice."
Hello Dave, greetings from Virginia USA!! Thank you so much for remembering my birthday and for your b-day wishes, truly appreciated and very classic. Stay Strong & Stay Healthy...enjoy life!! GOD Bless The Regiment!!
*RCSM Joseph T. Foglio.....5th in line for SM of the ARMY. Loved him bunches, "Look at the CSM's Belt Buckle....now look are you Buckle Trooper!" Loved walking with him across the Parade Grounds. He loved busting NCO's, especially those stealing cash from the Casino take. When you look under unforgettable people on earth....you will definitely find his photo!
Dave, the source picture is right-side up but still loads upside down. Then I rotated the source photo upside down and it loaded identical to source upside down. So I just went with the crest and it loaded fine.
Hello Dave, I just got an e-mail from former C Troop 1SG, CSM (Ret) Ned Devereaux, informing me that former 2d ACR RCSM Terry Trobough passed away in Manhattan, KS. CSM (Ret) Terry Trobough (August 17, 1941 - August 03, 2019) RIP