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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:( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.
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I will contact him as soon as I finish this. I am fully retired now. Living in St. Charles, MO. I am a "lucky 13er". After PA school the Army sent me to Ft. Stewart to a Mech Bn. I then went to Ft. Leonard Wood and finished my career as a pediatric specialist. I worked as DA PA when I retired for 13 yrs. Finished up in private practice in 2019. Keep in touch. I fixed my email.
Hi David - Chief here have not heard from you in a while - just wanted to wish you a happy 4th and to share photos from the rock and Delta company. my wife who is also a German normally goes home to Marktheidenfe every year to visit her family.except for this year,. anyway I do have a pile of photos of the Rock and of course Tanks.hard to believe.the M-1 is now 30 years old and retired,- attached a few photos I think you would enjoy - Chief
I got your company picture to post on the portraits page, thanks for sharing it.
Thanks for reaching out. What a blast from the past! I notice that you live in Nuedlingen--that's where I lived when I was in the Blackhorse! I read your full profile so I can see you had a full military career (I tell people I couldn't decide if I liked the army until I had been in it for 25 years. Ha!). After my Brave Rifles time (86-89) I became the PMS at Davidson College, from which I intended to retire, and even put in my paperwork to retire in '94, but one day Marty Dempsey called me and asked me to be the liaison officer to the French cavalry, which I was quite happy to do. So until I retired in '97 my job was to drink wine and ride horses with and occasional break to give a lecture to French NCOs and junior officers. When I retired we wanted to live in a small horse town in the South, so we moved to Camden, SC. I was "trailing spouse" from '04 to '08 in New Delhi and Beijing. Great stories for another day.
I have divided loyalties from my regimental days: I learned to be a soldier in 1/2 ACR, but may have had my happiest days in G Troop. I often wear a Blackhorse pin in the lapel of my jacket (my civilian uniform as a school principal).
Gotcha. Just let me know when you have your new profile. You can also reach me here too.
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