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 11 
 on: November 17, 2013, 09:42:37 PM 
Started by frenchie - Last post by frenchie
Dear M Company Trooper of 1969:

Do any of you remember the names of TC. "Red"  and his driver, "Sugar Bear"?  The loader was Lonnie Burris.  We were all in a firefight in the Fall of 1969.  In this battle a medivac chopper was blown out of the sky.  I was there in Lance Alsup's tank.  I was sure that both Red  and Sugar Bear were killed that day.  Am I wrong in my recollection.

I was checking on a the 11 ACVVC  web site for our KIA's. Though I do not know their true names, I was looking for KIA's in the Fall of "69" on the same day.  I could not find a match under these perimeters.  I checked the Oct. "69" unit roster and none of the names on the KIA list match to the names on our roster.

I am wondering if  Red & Sugar Bear were overlooked somehow.  If so, I would like to see them included in the KIA list and not forgotten.  I haven't even after all these years.

I have been wrong many times in my life, I hope someone will kindly inform me that they are not forgotten and on the Wall.  I would appreciate their names,please.

I want to say how honored I was to serve with such honorable men as you all in 1969.  I am proud of how we all conducted ourselves.

With deep respect...ALLONS

Frenchie

 12 
 on: March 25, 2013, 11:25:43 PM 
Started by Sgt Wright - Last post by Sgt Wright
I am trying to find anyone that remembers a SSG Sixto Cruz-Carrion.  He was assigned to M Company in March of 1969 and his name shows up on the 30 April 1969 M Company Roster. If anyone knows anything about him, please contact me at my email address; m11acr@live.com.

 13 
 on: December 14, 2012, 01:56:27 PM 
Started by Bill Madej - Last post by Bill Madej
 Cry I AM SAD TO ANNOUNCE THE PASSING OF ROBERT EDWARDS OF ANDERSON, S. C.
HE WAS A M CO. BOAT PERSON

 Cry Cry

 14 
 on: October 11, 2012, 05:27:16 PM 
Started by Gene Waldron - Last post by Gene Waldron

  Well i don't think most of you know that i had two brothers that served in nam one servied in 68-69 the other 69-70 i am very sad to say that they both passed away from the affects of agent orange its sad but true both were younger than me . and the would have been 64 and 62 thats awful young to leave there families because we chose to serve our country , the viet-nam vet, has and still paying with their lives till this day and   
and will untill we are all gone .I am only 67 and thats young to i do have agent orange related medical problems to.
                                 
                          Your Brother Forever
                              Gene Waldron
                           Mco 3rd 11th Acr 1967-1968

 15 
 on: January 11, 2012, 06:43:37 PM 
Started by Gene Waldron - Last post by Gene Waldron
don't think that was him he got wounded while manning a m-60 the day lt harris and spec wolf got kia'd Cry

 16 
 on: January 11, 2012, 12:49:42 AM 
Started by bulldurham48 - Last post by bulldurham48
I am lookin for the trooper who told me he had PIC's of after the ambush in July 1967 that involved 2 tanks from 2 plt and a plt plus of  L Troop. Anyone having any Pic's or even access to the afteraction report I would love to have copies. After all these years I still can't get it outa my mind.

 17 
 on: January 11, 2012, 12:43:03 AM 
Started by Gene Waldron - Last post by bulldurham48
If I remember right, he was a brother named Johnston, a CO who would not even hold a pistol belt with ammo

 18 
 on: January 02, 2012, 03:35:06 PM 
Started by Bill Madej - Last post by Bill Madej
HAPPY NEW YEAR

 19 
 on: December 20, 2011, 05:17:45 PM 
Started by cavhooah - Last post by Sgt Wright
It is my understanding the Brown Stetsons are related to the date of organization for the 11th Cavalry.  They are called "The 1903 Campaign Hat" because that was what the regiment wore when it was organized in 1903.  You may be able to find more information at the Blackhorse Association website.

 20 
 on: September 11, 2011, 03:03:12 AM 
Started by cavhooah - Last post by cavhooah
Blackhorse Troopers,
This is a response to a very old post - Still hoping someone can help me out as I search for more information on the Brown Stetson tradition in the Regiment. We have redesigned our website and made some cool holiday ornaments that you guys might be interested in. They are now located here:

http://www.cavhooah.com/cavhooah-brown-cavalry-hat-ornaments-620.html

Thanks and hope to hear from someone!

Respectfully,
Dan
dan@cavhooah.com

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