George M. Hedrick from Jenks, OK USA wrote at September 21, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1955-1958 | Unit: 57th AAA Bn(AW)(SP) 3d AD/7th Army | Company, Battery or Troop: D Btry 57th AAA Bn Jul 55-Auig57 | Other: A Btry 57th AAA Bn Aug57-Jun58 | Comment: D Btry was reorganized and became A Btry in 57. CPT Ludger B. Conyers was the Battery Commander while I was with the 57th. I remember the cook off on the Duster at Graf. Sumner Flash lost an eye and part of his hand. I was going up the back of the track with the gun book when it went off. MSG Yontz had just gone up and was blown off. McDade Cockrell was in the gunners seat and was blown out of the turret. During my 3 yrs LTC Hickok was the BC and LTC Anderson was assigned in late 57 or early 58. MSG Chumley was the BN SGM. I was Chief of Section, 1st Plt A Btry when I rotated.
Ed Devine from USA wrote at September 14, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1971 | Unit: 3rd Infantry | Company, Battery or Troop: 10th Engineering Battalion | Other: | Comment: Looking for information regarding a training accident that happened on August 10, 1971 in Wildflecken,Germany. My father Sgt Edward T Devine Jr died of injuries sustained in this accident. What I know is the armored personnel carrier in which he was riding in rolled over, that is all the information that I know.. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated..
Ruben Towns from Texas wrote at September 10, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1986-1988 | Unit: 2/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC/ D-Co | Other: | Comment: I enjoyed my stay at the ROCK. I unfortunately suffered a death in the family towards the end of 1988 and i mistakenly decided to leave for the states and ended up at Ft. Stewart. Bad mistake. I should have stayed at my beloved ROCK. I believe had I stayed, I would never have left the military.
Martin Gamble from U.S.A. wrote at September 10, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: '79 | Unit: 3/32 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: C Co. | Other: | Comment: Martin Gamble Wednesday, 9/9/15, 11:28 PM

I served in C Co,3/32. In 3rd Plt. as a Driver/Loader on C-36,My TC was 2Lt Kevin Donnelly, Gnr S5 Sydney Christian, Ldr PFC Steve Kaiser. We Qualified Distinguished at Level 1 Gunnery in 1979. I was Chapter 5 discharged for Mental Illness, and destroyed My Badges and Tanker Jacket and Beret. Could anyone back check Me and assist me rebuild My Kit by getting Me the Dimensions of the Qualification badges for level 1 Gunnery so I can have them remade? any Help, Please.
Bob LaMascus from Okla wrote at September 9, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 62-64 | Unit: 2/3 Arty | Company, Battery or Troop: Svc btry | Other: | Comment: Twice I've emailed D. Harris and his email has been returned. Could you see what the mistake is and don't post this. Thanks, Bob
Charles ( Ed ) Sheldon from MI wrote at September 9, 2015:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1988-1991 | Unit: 5/5 Cav | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC, C, D | Other: 4/32 | Comment: I was with 5/5 cav MAINT. Started in HHC when i got to the unit, Was moved to C then to D where i stayed till we got deployed. When in country i was cross attached to 4/32 with a platoon of BFV scouts for a platoon of M1's.
Anyone from 5/5 or 4/32 Maint contact me at the e-mail provided. Be cool to catch up. I remember while we where in Graf we took a pic of maint in front of a 5 ton with a HD sign and I sent it to Easy Rider. They published the pic in the mag ( In The Wind ). Had some great times with those guys.
Bob LaMascus from Oklahoma wrote at September 9, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 62-64 | Unit: 2/3 Arty | Company, Battery or Troop: Svc Btry | Other: | Comment: Responding to message of D. Harris, so few notes from guys during the early '60's I'd like to trade emails with them.
Carl Barnett from CA wrote at September 7, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1961-1963 | Unit: 1/32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: HQ Co. Scout platoon | Other: | Comment: Hi,
I served at Ray Barracks from March of '61 to Oct '63 as a scout with the 1/32. Be glad to hear from anybody that served at the same time.
Best Regards,
D. Harris from USA wrote at September 3, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1961-1963 | Unit: 52 Infantry, Ray Barracks, Freiburg | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co | Other: | Comment: I would like to communicate with anyone who served during that time.
James White from Arizona wrote at September 2, 2015:
Service: | Years: 1977 -1980 | Unit: 1-36th | Company, Battery or Troop: Tow Platoon | Other: | Comment:
ELMER DUDLEY from NC wrote at August 31, 2015:
Service: COLD WAR | Years: 1976-1979 | Unit: 1/32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: CSC | Other: | Comment:
Peter B.Braasch from Germany, Kirch.Goens wrote at August 20, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1959 - 1962 | Unit: 2nd ARB 46 Inf/ 3rd ARB 36th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: Charlie Comp. | Other: Delta Co. 506, 101th Airborne Div. | Comment: I immigrated to the States in 1957. Got drafted in 1958. After Basic Training in Ft.Ord and Ft. Carson I took Airborne Training in Ft.Campbell.
Then I came to 2nd ARB 46 Inf witch one changed to 3rd ARB 36 Inf.later. C co,2nd Plt.
In a relatve short time I was promoted to Sp4.
In 62 I gave german leason to the Battalion Off.
One day the Bat.CO(sorry I vergot his Name) ask
me,"Braasch how came you are still Sp4?".I don´t know, Sir. Let see your 201. IQ 72.
_As I was drafted I could not speak to good english. So, if you don´t understand the question you can´t give a right answer (What was a Officer not cased). I made a new IQ and raised it to 128. In June 62 I finished the NCO Academy as Honor Student and was soldier of the month of the 3AD and received the
Gen.M.Rose Award.Sept.62 I got my discharge and lived for one year in South-California.
Because of the heave homesick of my wife we
decided to go back to Germany Since then we live in Kirch-Goens, the town my wife was born.
In 81 I started the contact to the Rock again.
It was a wonderful time. We had a lots of Partys
in the housing Aeea and in our home. Ltc,Col.
and Gen where our guests. Many times we drove to Normandy with Officer, like General Sullivan, Joulwan, Graves, Kievenaar and others.
I still stay in contact with some Spearheaders
and would be glad if there would some more.
God bleess you all, Peter B.
Peter B.Braasch from Kirch-Goens, Germany wrote at August 19, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1959-1962 | Unit: 2d ARB,46th Inf./Co C3dARB 36th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: C, 2nd Platoon | Other: | Comment: I am Peter B, immigrated to the states 1957.
I was drafted in 58. After basis training in Ft.Ord +Ft.Carson,101st Airbornetraining(D.506st) I came
to the 3/36(former2/46).June62 NCO Academy
(Honor Student),and 3AD Soldier of the month
with Gen.M.Rose Award.As civilian I had good
contact to the "Rock". After 81 to all LTC, Col. and Gen. Sullivan,Otis, Rutherford, Kievenaar,
Crumly and many more.Please contact me, Peter B.
Greghurley from Kentucky wrote at August 14, 2015:
Service: Coldwar | Years: 1978-1980 | Unit: 61stmilitarypolice | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Lookingforoldbuddiesfrom1978-1980 at Fliegerhorst, Germany near Hanau. Give me a call 1-606-416-3997.
Gary Joseph ("Joe") Stewart from Montana (MT) wrote at August 13, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1969-72 | Unit: 23rd Engineer Battalion | Company, Battery or Troop: Echo (MOFAB) | Other: | Comment: From August 1970 through May 1972, I was assigned to the Echo Company (Mobile Floating Assault Bridges = MOFABs) of the 23rd Engineer Battalion, 3rd Armored Division in Hanau, West Germany. I can't recall the exact name of the compound or barracks (maybe Hessen Homburg Kaserne?), but it had tall, black wrought iron gates facing the cobblestone street or Straße, and it housed all five (Alpha through Echo) companies including a large motor pool. I spent countless hours navigating up and down the Rhine river on MOFABs over those years, day and night, and I saw some of the finest live music concerts ever performed . . . Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, CCR, The Moody Blues, Ten Years After, etc. Those were tumultuous times . . . race riots, bodies found at the bottom of the stairwell, terrorist attacks by the Baader-Meinhof gang, LAW rockets sailing through the barracks windows, gypsy-girl selling their wares and stealing/vandalizing things from the motor pool through the chain-link fencing late at night . Nothing but great-great memories!
Nicole Witte from Germany wrote at August 11, 2015:
Service: UNK | Years: 1980-1985 | Unit: UNK | Company, Battery or Troop: UNK | Other: Butzbach Kirchgöns | Comment: Hello, my Name is Nicole Witte from Butzbach. I be looking for a Soldier - Name: Delvin Hill. He was in the Ayyers Kasern in Kirchgöns. He went back to the States between the Years 1980-1985. May be someone was in the same Building or Group and knows Him!? A little Background: Delvin Hill was together with my mom. After he go back to the States, he sent us two Pictures with two Child they cry, because he miss us so much. After the Pictures, we Lost Delvin Hill forever :-( we got no Adress, no Sold.-ID Nr. - nothing :-( It would be very happy, if someone read my mail. Thanks!
Edward D,Sims from Oklahoma wrote at August 5, 2015:
Service: Cold-War and Desert Storm | Years: 1989-1991 | Unit: HHC 4/32nd armor Red Lions 3rd Armored Division | Company, Battery or Troop: 4-2 mortar platoon supported the Red Lions HHC 4/32ndndarm arm | Other: | Comment: Looking forThe drive of the M1A1 tank HQ66 doing the in of the Kuwait war some kids approached him by his tank I gave him a cigarette and then he asked me how you tell the kids to get away an Arabic I told him what to say and he was telling the kids in Arabic to go away when one of the kids tossed a dude cluster bomb by his feet he kicked it in the round went off when I turned around 3 kids where killed behind me from the strap metal I frozed in my tracks well the medics was checking him out trying to help him he was yelling and screaming in pain another medical check me out pulled a piece of scrap metal out of my right leg he told me I could get a Purple Heart for this and I told him to give it to the driver his arm and his leg was separate from his body laying across the desert smoke coming from his leg and his arm the screaming and yelling stop and I went back to my vehicle I don't know if he survive or did he died from his wounds if so I would like to know and I will like to know his name the driver of headquarters 66 66 Unit HHC 4/32nd armor 3rd Armored Division please contact me and let me know I do not see him on the casualty list are the KIA.
hal johnson from Texas wrote at August 4, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1978/84 | Unit: 3/ 12 th cav | Company, Battery or Troop: Atrp | Other: | Comment: for the roster on 3/12 cav new email also after cpt homes there was capt john p wood and after him was a capt named h green dont remember his first name
Taylor, Paul L. from NC wrote at July 23, 2015:
Service: Vietnam era | Years: 1972-83 | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: C co., 503rd Avn Bn,(Cbt) 3rd Armored Div | Comment: No comment at this time!
Ronald Schaner from Michigan wrote at July 20, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1986-1987 | Unit: 308th AHB or 3/227 Aviation Reg. | Company, Battery or Troop: HQ | Other: | Comment: I'm trying to locate other members of my unit during the timeframe of 1986-1987. I worked in S3 training and operations.
Walter Green from Ohio wrote at July 12, 2015:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1988 - 1992 | Unit: Apha dog 13B1000 Cannon Crmbr | Company, Battery or Troop: Spearhead 3rd Armor Div. | Other: | Comment: I would like to see if i can get back in touch with guys i served with Derick Wiley, Ross, Santana,Butty Bless, Physco. We called are self HNIC , we srv in Hanua Germany 1989 to 1991 Desert Storm.
Wayne Scott from Texas wrote at July 6, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1970 - 1971 | Unit: 3/12 Cav | Company, Battery or Troop: HHT | Other: | Comment: Spent 2 summers and one winter in the Redeye Missile group. Mostly took care of a few jeeps and trailers, while at Budingen. Sgt Wooten was our group leader. Fond memories of balogna and cheese sandwiches at night when we had the munchies. Also spent some time at Fulda Gap monitoring East German military traffic on radar. I recall burning tubs of poop and piss from the outhouse there. Still have a picture of that. We didnt have running water at the barracks.
Sonny E. Hanson from Louisiana wrote at July 3, 2015:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1991 | Unit: 2/503rd MP Co | Company, Battery or Troop: 2/503rd MP Co | Other: | Comment: I originally transferred from an MP Company located out of Hanau, when the call went out that 3rd AD was looking for MP's to fill their empty slots. I went to the 3rd PLT first, and later transferred to the 2nd PLT while we were still in Saudi Arabia. Glad I did; that's where I met my lifelong good friend Paul LaBelle. I'm still in the military; currently a 90/91A Captain within the Army Reserves (377th TSC in Belle Chasse LA). There are currently (3) of us that where the Spearhead Combat patch.
On both Facebook & LinkedIn, people can find 3rd AD pages/groups that are free to join. Just wondering, I don't see SPC Peter Schmidt's name from 2nd PLT.
Richard A Berrios from PR wrote at June 28, 2015:
Service: Desert shield/storm | Years: 1990-1992 | Unit: 2/3 FA FDC | Company, Battery or Troop: A battery | Other: | Comment: I had some of my most memorable times in my life serving with the 3rd AD, A Btry 2/3FA
Robert Blocher from PA wrote at June 26, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1955 1958 | Unit: 33rd Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: C Co. | Other: CCB | Comment: Remember Gelnhausen and Coleman Kaserne as some of the best years of my young life. The gasthauses were an experience to behold. Kaiserpfalz and Barbarossa and Bridge Bar an escape from reality of Grafenwoehr,Vilsek,Baumholder,Belsen.Made many friends,still in touch with some today. Never forgot the Schatzies. Still remember the names.A magical time as a tank crewman. The world does belong to the youth.
Roger Rodriguez from Texas wrote at June 26, 2015:
Service: Vietnam era | Years: 1970- 1972 | Unit: signal | Company, Battery or Troop: 143rd signal | Other: | Comment: I Served In The Drake Kasern
David Taylor from Indiana wrote at June 25, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1962-1963 | Unit: Don't Know other than aviation Mohawk | Company, Battery or Troop: Don't knkow | Other: Don't know | Comment: My father Eugene J. Taylor was a 1st lieutenant and Mohawk pilot. He was given the task of driving one of the Kennedy family members, I thing Eunice Kennedy Shriver, during President Kennedy's visit to Hannau in June 1963. Less than five months later dad was killed in a Mohawk crash just two weeks before President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas November. I'm looking for anyone who remembers dad and perhaps has photos. Thanks and God bless you all for your service to this country.
David taylor
Jerome Terrell (JT) from Tennessee wrote at June 24, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1969-1971 | Unit: 6/40 Arty, FDC | Company, Battery or Troop: C Battery | Other: | Comment: C battery was located in Hanau in Francois Kaserne. I remember asa lot of friends: Daniel Grazulewicz, Harmon Tabor, Paul Merillat, Paul McAfee, Bill Clark, James Labar,, Chas Stryker, Keith Duncan and lots of others.
eric stuart from texas wrote at June 24, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1987 - 1990 | Unit: 4/34 | Company, Battery or Troop: hq s3 and bravo | Other: | Comment: Was such a nice installation. Many lifelong memories.
Mario Cassella from New York wrote at June 23, 2015:
Service: Cold War 1955-1958 | Years: 1955-1958 | Unit: 37thAIB HQ co | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: 37thAIB HQco 3rd Armor Div | Comment: I'm 78yrs old and I'm still looking for my HQ co yearbook that I paid for.
Bill Langston from USA wrote at June 23, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1974-1976 | Unit: Aviation | Company, Battery or Troop: D Troop, 3/12 Cav | Other: | Comment: This was my first Unit and I went from a Private to a SP5 while there. We had some really great leaders, mentors and peers which helped me gain a good base of leadership qualities, flight crew and maintenance background. After 30 years, I finished my Army career as CSM of 101st Aviation Brigade (Attack) at Ft. Campbell, Ky,...home of the 101st Screaming Eagles.
insley bertsch from Texas wrote at May 31, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1987 -1989 | Unit: 4/67 armored | Company, Battery or Troop: hhc | Other: | Comment: Looking for photos or video from the good morning America intro we did for thanksgiving
al w. benton from illinois wrote at May 20, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1963-1967 | Unit: 2nd bn 36th inf | Company, Battery or Troop: bn maint hhc | Other: | Comment: Just wanting to thank all the vets, past and present, for their service as we near Memorial Day in their honor. My memories of my time at the Rock will always be with me. I think about them every day. Also why is the Viet-Nam War not an option in the Service Period? I know this site is dedicated to the 3rd AD, but that war should be included.
William Daw (Lopez) from Texas wrote at May 9, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1962-1966 | Unit: 2/73 Arty | Company, Battery or Troop: Delta | Other: 6/40 Arty | Comment: I remember the cold(one of the coldest winters' on record 1962) and the runs to the range. Its hard to remember anymore but I remember the war games with the 2nd Armored. The alerts when someone did something stupid, when President J.F.K. gave his speech "Ich bin ein Berliner" and the months of alert after he(J.F.K.) was assassinated. I'm not a good writer so I'll stop now. Thank you.
Lisa Häusler from Germany wrote at May 5, 2015:
Service: | Years: 1965, 1966, 1967 | Unit: 3rd armored Division | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: Drake Edwards Kaserne, Frankfurt, Germany | Comment: Hi all, do you know Mr. Thomas van Pelt?

He was based in 1966/1967 in Frankfurt, Germany, Drake Edwards Kaserne.

Before he lived in Michigan, USA.

Thanks for your reply,

Tom Blair from U.S.A. wrote at May 1, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1976-1979 | Unit: 2nd bat 36th inf | Company, Battery or Troop: CSC | Other: | Comment: Looking for Del Richards, Steve Marlowe, Steve Kuhn, Capt. Darryl Winkler, 1st Sgt Fred Goode. Brigade championship football team. Training was a PIA but made some good friends and traveled a lot.
Daniel O`Leary from New Jersey wrote at April 30, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1962-64 | Unit: 3/33 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co | Other: 2/1 Cav.. | Comment: 2015 Reunion this July in Kansas City in July.Looking forward to seeing old friends and to make new ones.We have kept the price low and everything is priced lower. Any questions you can call me at 732-816-6149.
Christine R. Manning-Honaker from Virginia wrote at April 29, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: Jan. 87 - Mar. 90 | Unit: 533rd CEWI BN | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co | Other: | Comment: I was assigned to the A Co 533rd CEWI BN ( M. I.) during the period of Jan.87 to Mar. 90. I have some pictures of Micheal Barracks, but I would have to get into my storage area to find them.
William (Bill) Perricotti from Ks wrote at April 29, 2015:
Service: 1959 to 1979 | Years: 64-67 | Unit: Schlosse kacern | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment:
Brian Grover, 1LT from Massachusetts wrote at April 27, 2015:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990-1992 | Unit: 2/82 FA | Company, Battery or Troop: HHB 2/82 | Other: FSO B/4/67 | Comment:
matthew floyd lanfear from england wrote at April 27, 2015:
Service: ww11 | Years: | Unit: 3ad | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Hello i am looking for Floyd Robinson . Floyd served in England and stayed on and around Salisbury Plain , particularly in and around a village called Codford and Stockton. Floyd served through the europe/spearhead campaign ending up in Germany before being posted back to the Codford area at the end of the war.. We beleive he came from Illinois .Can you help me find him or steer me in the right direction ?????? kind regards , Mat .
john cline from ohio wrote at April 27, 2015:
Service: Father WWII - June 1944 through end of war | Years: 1944-45 | Unit: I think 504 Intelligence, perhaps 505 | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Wondering if anyone knows about the 504 Intelligence unit of the 3rd Army in WWII. I believe this is the unit may father was in. He told me he fly up in a 3-seater with a colonel who had powerful binoculars, and the colonel would describe enemy positions, and my father would take the notes and write up the report. Anybody who knows anything about the 504 or perhaps 505 actions and activities, would love to hear from you.

John Cline
Jay ANGSTADT from USA wrote at April 26, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1981-1983 | Unit: 1/32 armour | Company, Battery or Troop: charlie company | Other: | Comment: top gunner for CAT shoot off november 1981 tank number c 26 sp 4 angstadt also broke my ankle there,been shot at by 50 cal. during bunker detail down range me and speck 5 Randal Speck Scared the hell out of us !!! GUNNER HEAT TANK! IDENTIFY! LAZE/UP/ON THE WAY !! BOOM TARGET SEAS FIRE
Robert Bellendir from Illinois wrote at April 26, 2015:
Service: cold War | Years: 1967 to 1968 | Unit: 32 Bn | Company, Battery or Troop: C Co. | Other: | Comment: I was a turret mechanic in C company. The guys I served with taught me a great learning experience, they taught me how to work hard and how to play hard. This learning experience has served me well through out my life. I left the 3rd Armored div. in 1968 for Vet Nam. The other Charlie company mechanics were a great group of guys to have served with.
Tony Davis from Wisconsin wrote at April 26, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1974-1976 | Unit: 2/27 FA | Company, Battery or Troop: Charlie Battery | Other: 1/27 FA 4th ID Ft. Carson, Co | Comment: Hope to catchup with some of the old crew.
Tony Rice from Pa wrote at April 24, 2015:
Service: cold war | Years: 1964-1967 | Unit: 23rd eng bn | Company, Battery or Troop: headquaters co equipment plt. | Other: 63rd eng ft lewis wa and ft hood tx | Comment: If any one is looking for a cast metal flagholder for a gravesite marker check this store.
Matthew Carter from Washington wrote at April 19, 2015:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990-1991 | Unit: 503rd SPT BN FWD | Company, Battery or Troop: C co | Other: | Comment: I was a 91A ,Combat Medical Specialist, attached to 4/32 during Desert Storm. My vehicle was a M113 APC. I remember getting "blood wings" for my CMB. I also remember attending a funeral for two Soldiers who lost their lives when their Bradley vehicle was shot at by a T-72.
Orlando Diaz from Texas wrote at April 18, 2015:
Service: 1980-1993 | Years: 1980-1993 | Unit: 2/27th FA Unit | Company, Battery or Troop: 2/27th FA Unit | Other: | Comment: Hello Veterans,
I was the son of a A soldier that was in a Nother division and we had a great family friend that served on Ray Barracks in Friedberg German by the name of CSM Stefan Lenart during 1983-1986. We have been trying to find him just to thank him for always treating us so well during our time there. Do any of you know how we can find him? Please help it would mean the world to my family! I see his name on the roster but no other info on him.
Thank you for your help and service to our nation!
Gary Cool from GA-USA wrote at April 17, 2015:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1971-1974 | Unit: 1-32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: C | Other: | Comment: Arrived @ Ray Barracks Nov. '71 , ETS may '74.
Bandit Tanker.
Thomas e Shannonn from ohio wrote at April 16, 2015:
Service: | Years: 1964_1967 | Unit: 2/36th. inf. | Company, Battery or Troop: B co. 4th? plt. heavy weapons | Other: none | Comment: I served with a great bunch of guys, and still trying to locate some of them.I thought bout going back someday but, someday has never come. I would love to hear from anyone who served with co. B art the times I was place, drop me a line I promise I will write u back. I had a lot of good times with my buddies & would love to talk about those goodtimes !


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