Old 01-24-2004, 20:26   #1
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Having served in 11th Group for a fairly significant time, I figure somebody has to start this off.

Anybody out there from 6th? 8th? 46th Company? 11th? 12th?

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Old 01-25-2004, 18:05   #2
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oda 125 (buck and a quarter) peoria, illinois

moved up to 7th in 80 though i still have ties with friends from long ago....

very sad to see 12th pass away, would have made a fine next active group.
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Old 01-25-2004, 18:12   #3
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oda 125 (buck and a quarter) peoria, illinois

moved up to 7th in 80 though i still have ties with friends from long ago....

very sad to see 12th pass away, would have made a fine next active group.
Jerry:

With an AC Army reduced from 785,000 to 480,000, and us struggling to man 5 Groups, I would not count on us enlarging to add another Group anytime soon.

We at SWCS are having to make massive changes in staffing and support structure to graduate a sufficient number of SF soldiers to meet the current and projected force requirements for the foreseeable future.

I wish we had 4 RC SFGs still, though.

Last time I saw our old Battalion Commander, LTC George B., it was '93 or '94 and he was the DCO of 12th SFGA, IIRC.
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Worked with 46th Company in 72 - 73. Now that was a fun time had by all. By then renamed to 3d Bn 1st SFG(A), if I remember correctly. Wa TDY in a Company and came back to a Bn. Never really paid much attention to the numbers.
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46th Co......

Are you referring to 46th Co, 1st SF group???
If so...I was there.

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Re: 46th Co......

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Are you referring to 46th Co, 1st SF group???
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