Old 02-09-2008, 06:24   #16
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C-1-5 late 80's
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Old 02-11-2008, 13:47   #17
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A/3/5 1980-1982

Came back from DLI to 573 (MSG Pruitt as TM SGT) in 1980. Then over to 572 in 1981 with MSG John A. Anderson as TM SGT. CPT Csronko as CO. CMDR.

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Old 02-11-2008, 19:00   #18
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C/3/5 ODA-592 MAY 76-AUG 79 Being an 05B, then 31V, I was one of the dirty thirty and spent a lot of time in the field supporting other ODA's in the company.
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Old 02-12-2008, 15:19   #19
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Hello Huff, I was with C-1-5 from 1984 to 1987-- on 532
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Old 02-12-2008, 17:03   #20
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Hello Huff, I was with C-1-5 from 1984 to 1987-- on 532

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Someone told me you once invaded Mexico looking for beer?

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Old 02-12-2008, 17:26   #21
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3/5th from Nov 74 to Dec 87 mostly on 571/575 the SCUBA Team.

Then came back as the SGM for A/3/5th from Dec 92 - Dec 94.

And in that time A/3/5th moved from the north side of Gruber Road to the south side, then over to the Old Division Area and then to Ft Campbell.

Who remembers when the GB Club was up in the old hospital area next to the now Old Womack?
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Someone told me you once invaded Mexico looking for beer?

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LIES!!!!!! I was looking for some tequila and was kidnapped.........
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GB Club and Rucksack Inn

Pete I remember when the GB club was over there. I also remember going to the Rucksack Inn for lunch to watch the dancers and have a burger and beer.
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LIES!!!!!! I was looking for some tequila and was kidnapped.........

That's not how "I" remember it......
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Old 02-12-2008, 23:20   #25
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Old 02-13-2008, 12:32   #26
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oooh, oooh, i was, i was.

Sig Co 5th, Remember 'ol Freddie Sample??? (1SG) from nov 82 then went up on the hill to A/3/5 from 83-88. I left when we were the "Mott Lake" crew early in 88.

Was on the "Killer B's" With Bill Davis, then over to 572. SGM Cartwright (R.I.P) was the Co SGM, then the Grape, Gary Gilmore.

I went back to 5th (at Campbell) in Jun 96 after tours in SWC and 3d Gp.
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LIES!!!!!! I was looking for some tequila and was kidnapped.........


That's not how "I" remember it......
I think I have a pic of a certain "Team Sergeant" running around Oro Grande and White Sands LOL!!!!!
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I think I have a pic of a certain "Team Sergeant" running around Oro Grande and White Sands LOL!!!!!
Really???

Send it to me.....

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Old 03-17-2008, 21:02   #29
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Two things, 1. I was Tm Sgt of 585 from 89 to Feb 92 when I retired. but I didn't ROAD. 2. A question to ODA 572 was the TM SGT Johnny A. Axxxxxx nick named 'half face" If it's the one I know and served with, he had Bell's Palsey on OKI and picked up the nick name. Blitz

admin edited for PERSECThanks for the edit. Blitz
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Yup, that had to be the John A. I knew.

John A. did have Bell's Palsey. I always said he looked like a pirate with one bulging eye and a drooping grin. But it never slowed him down. He was TS of the HALO team of A/3/5 when I became his light weapons sgt.

He's now with Archangel out in Colorado. Opinions very on that. Out of past respect I read his book, "The Green Beret in You". A little thick on the virtues of being SF but the world would be a better place if more people behaved that way.

Still a great guy in my book.

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