"Bill I live in Lind Washington 13 miles from Ritzville! I’ve talked to white a couple of times! Good memories! He doesn’t do social media! Frank Twitchell past just awhile back from prostate surgery. Blood clot Damn!"
"Larry, great seeing you on the site. Thanks for Rick White's number.......saw him 25 years ago at Ft Chaffee when I was the 1/2 commander and he came tooling in to say hello after seeing the Squadron sign out front. Great…"
"Rick, Albee, and DK -
What a great surprise to see you all on this chain!! Rick and I found each other at Ft Chaffee, AR back in 1996 when I commanded 1st Sqdn and we were there for training from Ft Polk. Had since lost contact…"
What unit(s) did you serve in with the 2d Cavalry?
C Trp, HHC, B Trp 1st Sqdn 76-79
HHC, 3d Sdqn DEC 89-JUL 91
HHC, 1st Sqdn 94-96
Where were you stationed?
Ft Polk, LA
What MOS or job description did you have?
What was your rank/title?
PLT LDR, TRP XO, TRP CDR
SQDN S-3 and XO
What years were you assigned to the 2nd Cavalry?
Tell us a little about you now.
Retired BG in Waco TX. Currently Chief Ops Officer for a small business working Joint Strike Fighter cost and budget analysis, R&D for indentifying chem/bio contaminants in water, operating small commercial airfield outside of Waco, and Army work out of TACOM.
Name a few buddies you served with that you would like to find.
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Bill I live in Lind Washington 13 miles from Ritzville! I’ve talked to white a couple of times! Good memories! He doesn’t do social media! Frank Twitchell past just awhile back from prostate surgery. Blood clot Damn!
I am still living outside Ft. Leonard Wood. Oldest daughter is colorist at a salon in Manhattan NYC,oldest son USAF intel guy at Ramstein, youngest daughter is a brand new 1st grade teacher in Rolla, MO and youngest is still in college. I have your cell # somewhere so I'll call if I get a chance. Working as a civilian dermatology PA now so I have even less contact with the Desert Storm bunch. So I guess I'll stay up on this site and see who shows up.
Sir, do you remember a youngish corporal in the radar section who arrived and began to tell folks in C Troop Aggie jokes in 1977? That was long ago. Jack Miller stuck me with the nom de guerre "Davey Crockett". That persisted until I retired a Captain in 1994. I always remembered Captain May's orders: "Remember your regiment and follow your officers!"
Are you the b-troop xo who would proudly explain to anyone who would listen, that there are thousands of places where one can become an engineer, but only one place where you can become a Texas Aggie? If so you and "John Wayne" Holley were the two best officers I served with in my short 4 years.
Good morning Sir. I seems that our Beloved Regiment was and still is a major stepping stone to the 'Stars" I was in 1st plt. C Trp. when you were there. I was driver for SSG Webb. Lt Becker was the Plt. Leader. Lt. Becker was in C Troop s a cadet in 75 and returned as a brand new Lt. Congratulations on a stellar career. Always Ready, Sir.!
Hey sir, served with you in BTroop, 78-79, from Boston, Mass. Recently hooked up with some of the guys in Oct 2010 in upstate NY, at John O'connells home, myself, Steve Benes, John Clark, Sgt leon Pettus, Dwight Washabaugh, Kieth Van donArvon, Allen Lowman, and Sgt Jamison