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What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
3rd Recon Squadron
K Troop 1968-1969
Where were you stationed?
What MOS or job description did you have?
Personnel/Company Clerk
What was your rank/title?
Sgt E-5
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
Tell us a little about you now.
Now a podiatric physician and surgeon
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
Loren Krebs...Can't remember the rest of their names but would like to find a list of those that served in 68-69

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At 10:44am on July 15, 2010, Jimmie Henry said…
Do you remember how the Army was back then? Most soldiers were drafted, came from all walks of life, gay and straight. But, I don't remember that sexual orientation was important, and to my knowledge, it wasn't important that knowledge of someone's orientation was necessary. Why do you think that it is so important nowadays? Why do you think it is so important for a gay person to serve openly? This future policy change is confusing to me, and I think not so good for the military as a whole. Your thoughts?
At 12:42pm on July 14, 2010, Jimmie Henry said…
DR. Steve, did you retire yet? Since I retired, I find myself wishing I still had a job.
At 9:27pm on February 15, 2010, Jimmie Henry said…
Steve, I was in K troop 66-69. I think I remember you, you were our orderly room clerk right? Here are some names that I remember; Mike Allen (SSG), Dennis Grignon, Larry Parker, Big John, 1SG Folger, 1SG Allen. I was LT Holder's driver in 67-68. After that I went to the K troop motorpool and became the turret mechanic. I also worked in the arms room as additional duty for a while. Lt Holder went on to command the regiment during the Gulf war, after that, he eventually commanded the 3d Infantry Division and retired a 3 star, what a great guy. I met him after I retired sometime in the early 90's. I just found this site and it is great to see all the stuff written about amberg. It sure brings back a lot of memories. Take care. Jimmie Henry
At 1:24pm on September 14, 2009, Thomas Blaszkiewicz said…
Steve,remember the Roma down the street for the barracks,Italian?
Downtown the Ring and the Wien Stuben one block from the bahnhof?Us old timers remember stuff from 40 years ago and nothing from last week!!!!
At 6:05pm on August 28, 2009, Harry Warner said…
Welcome aboard Steve,
I left Amberg in 1964. Had many friends in K Troop. If you go to my pictures you'll see some from there.
At 10:57pm on August 25, 2009, Thomas Blaszkiewicz said…
Steve,was Cpt. Nelson Banks working in the dispensery when you were at Pond Barracks?He was with a German Doctor-last name Burota.I was there Sept. 69-March 1971.
At 9:38am on August 24, 2009, James F. Burgos said…
Hi Steve, glad you are going to join the " Old Timers" group. You and I are the only two who served in '68 and '69 so far. Yes, I do remember Lt. Holder! On the 2nd Cavalry Assoc. website there is someone named Holder. Could it be he??? In the " Amberg" site there is a discussion going on about Mohl Kaserne. Was it Wermacht of Waffen SS in WW II? I don't remember.
At 10:26am on August 23, 2009, James F. Burgos said…
Hello again Steve, I strongly recommend that you join the " Old Timers " group! Members are E-mailed whenever there is a new posting. This happens DAILY! Command Sgt. Major Tommy Nester was there after we left but he lives only about two hours away from me and I would like to meet him. Oh, one more name for you : SP 5 Ufkes ( the old man ) who came to us after he rotated out of Vietnam. Hope to see you on " Old Timers ". Weren't you levied out to the Nam? James
At 10:05am on August 23, 2009, James F. Burgos said…
Hi Dr. Steve, sorry but I don't remember you either. You know how it was, Troop clerks came to us, not the other way around. Glad that ONE of made it big, Herr Doctor. Was Griffith a thin redhead with glasses? Here is the roster as I recall: Olin Wenrick, John Taylor, Roy Pirrung, Dave Cowden, " redhead- " Terry ( Rhode Island), myself, Jack Tarvin, Jacinto ( Pancho ) Saucedo, and Benny Halliburton. I lived off post and did not live in the Troop Bldg.. It's been 40 years. Anyway, greetings. Have you joined the " Old Timers" group ? Lots of us old farts around but most not as old! Toujours Pret.
At 11:41am on May 17, 2009, Thomas Blaszkiewicz said…
Steve,glad you are on the site.I was at Pond Barracks 69-71 .HHT with Redeye.I left March of 1971. got there Sept.of 1969,were you there then?Did you happen to know Terry Morris,he was a SGT. with Redeye back then?



This was the third design of the 2d Cavalry DUI, worn from 1924-1931. The sharp points on the ends of the bottom scroll again called for a redesign.


Machine Gun Troop, 2d Cavalry; Adjutant General.

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