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Message 199 of 1833 messages.

bowmasterx@military.com

posted on: Mon Mar 31 21:16:47 EST 2003

UNIT ASSIGNED: 2/503rd Infantry
TIME SERVED: 1986-1990


I was in the 2/503rd Infantry from 88-89 (which has been reassigned to the 173 Abn Bde in Italy now). I feel lucky being there at that time, because I heard the DMZ mission ended shortly thereafter, except for those assigned to JSA. Korea was my favorite assignment duty wise. A real mission and real threat, and excellent training and the most awesome group of men you could serve with. My CO (Cpt R Bloss) was the best CO I ever served under and we did the best to make us the best unit in the 2nd ID in that time frame. (A Co 2/503rd- Cold Steel). Whoah to al that have served in the ROK!

Message 198 of 1833 messages.

jdsprad@aol.com

posted on: Fri Mar 28 18:54:22 EST 2003

UNIT ASSIGNED: DID NOT SERVE
TIME SERVED: DID NOT SERVE


this site is great, just wanted to throw out a thumbs up!

Message 197 of 1833 messages.

waters131@aol.com

posted on: Thu Mar 27 21:26:53 EST 2003

UNIT ASSIGNED: DID NOT SERVE
TIME SERVED: 1971-1975


Great Website I took basic at Ft. Polk in the summer of 1973 (C-2-2, North Fort). I visited Ft. Polk a few years back & the atmosphere is still the same. I have a recruiting poster you will like to add to your collection of others. It is an original metal sign, the kind you used to see outside of the post office. It is an Army OCS recruiting sign, circa 1969. I'll take a photo & send it to you. Just for the record. I started my Army career in Aviation, but ended in Infantry. Queen of Battle all the way. G. Waters/Pelham, Al

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