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|Posted: Fri May 19th, 2006 09:03 am||
|1985 Basic Training, C-1-1 1st Plt, Ft. Jackson, SC
1985-88 HHC 2-127 INF, 32nd (Sep) INF BDE, Wisconsin Army National Guard (WIARNG) ((63T10 & 45T) Infantry Fighting Veh. Hull & Turret Repairman)
1986 Advanced Individual Training, 63T, Ft. Knoxs, KY
1988-1990 HHB 5-29 FA, 4th ID, Ft. Carson, CO ((63T10) Infantry Fighting Veh. Repairman)
1990-1991 C Btry 6-37 FA (MLRS), 2ID, Cp. Essayons, S. Korea ((63T10) Bradley Fighting Veh. Mechanic)
1991-1992 Hq & Mil. Supt Co., US Army Combat Systems Test Activity, Maint. Supt Branch & Developmental Shops Branch. ((63T20 & 63H) Bradley Fighting Veh. Mechanic and Tracked Veh. Repairman)
1992-1995 HHB 5-29 FA, 24th ID, Ft. Stewart, GA ((63T20) Maintenace, Track Section NCOIC)
1995-1996 HHB 1-9 FA, 3rd ID, Ft. Stewart, GA ((63T20) Maintenace, Track Section NCOIC)
1996-1998 HHC 1-128th INF, 32nd INF BDE, WIARNG ((92Y20) Asst. BN Supply SGT)
1998-1999 B Co. 1-128th INF, 32nd INF BDE, WIARNG ((63T30) Maintenance NCOIC)
1999-2005 A Co. 1-128th INF, 32nd INF BDE, WIARNG ((11B40) Platoon SGT)
2005-Present HHC 2-127th INF, 377th TSC, Combined Forces Land Component Command, Cp. Navistar, Kuwait/Iraq ((11B40) Hq Co Operations NCOIC)
I went to Basic with my oldest brother, we were in the same platoon. He later went Active duty as a JAG Officer and later got out as a Cpt.
My other brother joined the Army Reserve as a Combat Engineer. He recently was promoted to MSG (Master Sgt) and was activated for a year, in North Dekota, to train solders for deployment.
My father served in the National Guard, US Navy and US Navy Reserve. He retired as a LTC (Lieutenant Commander)
I remember that I couldn't repress the smile on my face at Basic Training, the day before graduation, when the Drill Sgt. Snapped to Attention and saluted when introduced to my father and several other parents.
I think in my platoon alone, there were children of 3 Command Sgt Majors, 4 First Sgts and 3 Officers the lowest being a Major.
Later we were asked, in a much politer tone than the DIs had ever spoken to us, why we hadn't told them about our parents.
God Bless you all,
Last edited on Fri May 19th, 2006 09:08 am by DDan1967
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