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mffjm8509
05-23-2004, 18:24
Guys from 10th Group, or former guys from 10th Group log who are on the board log in...

10th SFG 1994-present, with a short break to work at SWC

QRQ 30
05-23-2004, 18:37
Member 10th SFGA 65-67 -- HHC, Co E (Sig), ODA-2 and proud member of the T.U.R.D.:D

Razor
05-23-2004, 18:51
Your company, 043, 97-98. Welcome aboard!

Jack Moroney (RIP)
05-23-2004, 21:18
69-70 Cdr B9, S3 C3
79-82 Cdr B/2/10; XO 2/10

Jack Moroney

mffjm8509
05-23-2004, 22:55
Razor,

I was in A company as well during the times you posted....on 044 right accross the hall. Where are you now?

mp

Max_Tab
05-24-2004, 01:50
B co ODA 053 99-01

mffjm8509
05-24-2004, 18:15
Maxtab,

I probably know most of the guys from that team/timeframe.....Bill Boley had the team during some of that time anyway.....and another good friend of mine was also an 18E on that team...

mp

Max_Tab
05-24-2004, 20:54
Had dinner with him right before I deployed, he's doing well. As too the echo kick me a PM with his name, There were two differant SR Echo's while I was there, and I worked with both of them.

troy2k
05-29-2004, 05:41
Just signed on the boards, and got to 1/10 in Jan. I'm the medic on 011. Came from 5th Grp after my wife got a DA Civilian job down in Garmisch last summer. Want some fun? Try pushing through a 4187 from Baghdad.

mffjm8509
05-29-2004, 10:08
Troy,

Glad you made the transition to the 10th.........as you already know the a/o is much nicer to work in than your previous one. Unfortunatley we (those not in 1/10) arent getting much time to work in it anymore........Hell we even have GMVs now

mp

x SF med
06-08-2006, 12:35
C/2/10 ODA 061, 065 ODB 060 - 18B, 18D 1984-88 Devens

bost1751
06-08-2006, 15:01
A /2/10th; 73-75, ODA-6(A/1/10th), 77-80, 3/10th, 84-89

uboat509
06-08-2006, 15:56
1/10 Jun 03 to present. I have my final out tommorrow and then I report to Carson on Monday.

SFC W

Abu Jack
06-08-2006, 17:55
ODA 041 which switched to 043 92-96
Group S-3 96-97 (broken tib-fib)
ODA 016 97-2000
SWC 2000-2002
ODA-025 2002-2004
ODA 015 2004-2005
SOCOM 2005- present

MtnGoat
06-08-2006, 21:53
ODA 053 97-02
SWC 02-06
3rd SFG

lksteve
06-08-2006, 22:21
ODA 235, 77-79 C/2 splish, splash...
ODA 8, 80-81 B/1 Berg Heil...
ODA 123, 82-83 B/1 Berg Heil some more...

12B4S
06-08-2006, 22:26
ODA-12 A/1/10th 70-71

sf-doc
06-09-2006, 10:34
BN PA for 1-10 Dec 99 till Oct 2005, deployed to Iraq with ODA-015

Doc

Pigpen
06-09-2006, 10:46
Jan 1988-Jul 95, Devens, 081, 084 B/3/10
Jul 95-Mar 01, Carson, 084 B/3/10
Mar 01 - Feb 2004, Carson, 045 A/2/10
Retired :D

slcraig
06-09-2006, 18:51
Signal Co 10th 1970 (Ft Devens)
Signal Co 10th 1972-1979 (FT Devens)
ODA 323 1979-1980 (No sky too high, no blast too fast)

rudelsg2
06-12-2006, 07:24
ODA 046 1994-1996

ODB 040 1996-1997

ODA 016 1997-1998

ODA 033 (Assault Troop 1) 1998-2001

ODA 092 2001- Present

Firebeef
06-12-2006, 11:04
OK...if we are really gonna get technical about this...

041 93 till it turned into 043 (present for AbuJacks Tib/fib manuever).
041-Team SGT 97 (thanks big Al D!!)
CJSOTF-Sarajevo 97
043-97until I retired in '99 (present for Razor's little mishap.... hmmm was there a pattern developing???)
99-Present, living in a 69 Impala under the 5th St bridge in Greeley, CO

Razor
06-12-2006, 20:51
043-97until I retired in '99 (present for Razor's little mishap.... hmmm was there a pattern developing???)


And present when Mike Grannis fell, and present when Goebel ran into that sign post. You don't have bad luck symptoms yourself--you're a carrier! :p

longrange1947
06-12-2006, 21:36
I was back at Devens a couple of months ago and went by my old barracks with Co D, in 69 - 70 and my team rooms, ODA 313 and 314 from 74 to 76 and again in 79 to 80. Interesting to see the area over grown. Got inside the old team room and took some pics of the area. Can not believe how much it has decayed.

Like they say, you can't go back. :(

Firebeef
06-13-2006, 07:24
yeah the only unscathed G's left was me and Johnny G. We were considering wrapping up in bubble wrap for jumps and stuff!!!

MtnGoat
06-13-2006, 15:48
And present when Mike Grannis fell, and present when Goebel ran into that sign post. You don't have bad luck symptoms yourself--you're a carrier! :p
LOL Now that is great. LMAO

TonyY
06-22-2006, 14:36
C/Co/3rd ODA 332 72-75. 11B. The last time I was near Devens was in the early 80s. I flew into Shirley airport to say hello to some people or to see if they were still around.

longrange1947
06-22-2006, 14:59
Shirley airport exists no more. They are building condos around the area. Shirley is now a main commuter train stop to Boston for the area.

Of course, they still have the trailer I lived in when I first got married in 1970. :munchin

Jack Moroney (RIP)
06-22-2006, 15:03
C The last time I was near Devens was in the early 80s. .

Entered the service there in 65, youngest son born there in 69, retired from there in 93. It was a shame to see it close down finally even though it had its draw backs, there were a lot of great things about its location. Used the facilities there until they closed it down and now go to Hanscom AFB once a month to refuel and refit:D

Sanwald
06-23-2006, 06:13
95-00 ODA-075, A/3/10 , Ft Carson
00-03 ODA-013, ODB, ODA-011, A/1-10, Panzer Kaserne
03-04 Bn Staff (Ugh! Painful) 2/10, Ft Carson

Retired Now!

TonyY
06-23-2006, 18:39
"Shirley airport exists no more. They are building condos around the area."

I remember after they closed Pepperille airport (or something like that) members of the the Trojan club cleared a drop zone behind Shirley airport. It was kind of small but it worked out for most of us in the club. Is the jail near Devens still there? I remeber making a jump and landing in the courtyard. That was fun. Almost as nice as the HALO teams landing in Sear's town.

7624U
06-26-2006, 04:42
072 2002-present leaving for SWC :boohoo

mffjm8509
06-27-2006, 07:21
yeah the only unscathed G's left was me and Johnny G. We were considering wrapping up in bubble wrap for jumps and stuff!!!

Count Johnny G out of that equation....had a hard landing a few months ago at Yuma and broke his femur. Maybee you should have explored that bubble wrap plan a bit more!

Recovering well now. Rides to work on his new Fatboy, but walks in with a cane!

mp

Firebeef
06-27-2006, 13:29
Yeah I heard about the continuing saga of the curse of the G's landin smack dab on Johhny Gs 4th point of contact!! well, all I can say is I be OK. Hope it stays that way, we had a structure fire just this morning, and so far no bubble wrap needed.

BT AR

Richard
06-27-2006, 17:42
Bad Toelz - ODAs 9 and 7 - 1976/1978 - 91B3SGMW9

lksteve
06-28-2006, 08:58
Bad Toelz - ODAs 9 and 7 - 1976/1978 - 91B3SGMW9
so, what's up Purpl...i mean Floy...i mean Richard...

CoLawman
06-28-2006, 09:11
OK...if we are really gonna get technical about this...
99-Present, living in a 69 Impala under the 5th St bridge in Greeley, CO

Liar..............you can't afford a 69 Impala!

Firebeef
06-29-2006, 10:16
ok ok, it's a 67, but it had a 69 motor when it was runnin!!

geez can't even tell littlle eensy teensy white lies around these here parts!

12B4S
06-30-2006, 02:39
Damn!!! Firebeef. I watched that Myth Buster show last night. They wanted to recreate an old myth type happening from here in AZ a few decades ago. Where a retired Air force sergeant slapped a JADO on his 67 Impala, lost it and flew into some hill. The myth buster guys looked high and low for that '67 Impala. Thing is, it was the 60's. Not to mention destroying your home. :rolleyes:

Firebeef
06-30-2006, 03:49
I thought it had a funny rocket fuel kinda smell....lol.....just kinda thought maybe it was the previous occupants smell, with the sterno and ripple and all...:p

12B4S
07-01-2006, 22:16
Sounds like a well off 'previous occupant'. He could afford Sterno and Ripple. :D

UnSafe
07-11-2006, 21:25
18D on ODA 572, A/3/5 SFG (Ft. Bragg) '87-'90.

Couldn't hack it as an NCO, so I went Warrant as a PA, then slipped further down the slope when we all got Comissioned.

PA for 2/10 SFG '96-'99. Incredible group of guys.

Retired in '02. Happily working 2-3 days per week solo in a Rural Hospital ER. Sounds good, except they're 24hr shifts... Money's good, anyway.

ODA 226
07-14-2006, 00:44
CoB, 2Bn, 10 SFGA (ODA 226) 1979-1982 ; Served under Maj. Moroney, the best damn officer I ever had the honor to serve with!

CoB, 2Bn, 11 SFGA (ODA 211, 216) 1983-1994.

Went to the former Jugoslavia in 1995, ran around with Franz Shoaf and Don Davis there. Ended up residing in Croatia after the war. Currently working as a contractor in Iraq.

Craig

12B4S
07-14-2006, 03:32
Welcome guys. Always great to see more from the 10TH.

Col M should be along shortly ODA 226. :D

Jack Moroney (RIP)
07-14-2006, 06:08
Hey Craig,

Welcome aboard, good to hear that you are still doing great things.

Jack

Firebeef
07-14-2006, 07:52
Dobro dosli!!

ODA 226
07-14-2006, 12:22
Thanks Jack! It's really great to know you're well and doing fine! I'll never forget the night when Dan Dodge and I snatched you. Thanks for not killing us!

Fire beef: Hvala najlepsa!

Craig

Jack Moroney (RIP)
07-14-2006, 15:03
I'll never forget the night when Dan Dodge and I snatched you. Craig

Remember it well, also remember my wife convincing the MPs that this was just a training exercise:D Those were good days and great folks, remember them all and went on the work with some of those folks again later on.

Firebeef
07-17-2006, 10:59
Molim, prijatelj!!

Aoresteen
08-03-2006, 18:44
ODA 5 (123) 1/10, Ast S-3, S-4. Bad Tölz 2/81 - 6/84. :)

Best assigment I ever had!

mike-munich
08-04-2006, 04:05
(thanks big Al D!!)

Firebeef, was that "big Al" in Tölz with the 10th ? Is he married to a Greek lady ? If so, I know him. :cool:

Firebeef
08-04-2006, 04:53
Yup, that's the one! It wouldn't be so bad if he wasn't such a quiet, meek and humble guy, void of any opinions. LOL. He is a great guy, was a friend and a good mentor, even though we weren't on the same ODA.

mike-munich
08-04-2006, 05:00
Yup, that's the one! It wouldn't be so bad if he wasn't such a quiet, meek and humble guy, void of any opinions. LOL. He is a great guy, was a friend and a good mentor, even though we weren't on the same ODA.

DAMN ! It´s a small world... If you run into him or talk to him please tell him I said "Hi". Hope his wife and kids (3 I think ?) are doing fine. Last thing I know is he went from Toelz to Carson. Still have a videotape featuring him at the farewell ceremony at Flint... He is a great guy, not only physically. :D

Razor
08-04-2006, 09:45
Yup, that's the one! It wouldn't be so bad if he wasn't such a quiet, meek and humble guy, void of any opinions.

cough-sputter-cough-choke ;) He and Gag made for quite a leader dynamic, didn't they?

Firebeef
08-04-2006, 15:18
They did indeed. The last time we were at Incirilik, when we closed the GB club, every morning Gag would crank up Jimi Hendrix's Woodstock live version of the "Star Spangled Banner" and he and Al would get out in their PT uniforms and air guitar it. If I live to be 120, I will never forget the sight of those 2 clowns,and the smile it brought to our faces!

SF18C
08-23-2006, 20:23
ODA 054 96 to 01
I worked at the TWTF right before I got out.

longtab
08-23-2006, 23:14
WTF, How did I miss this post?

ODA 086: 2004 - well heck I'm still here. Yeah, so I'm on the "6" team, meaning we're STILL missing alotta stuff!

lksteve
08-24-2006, 08:27
ODA 086: 2004 - well heck I'm still here. Yeah, so I'm on the "6" team, meaning we're STILL missing alotta stuff!if you're still missing a lot of stuff, you must be short Charlies as well...:D

Buffalobob
08-24-2006, 19:00
I was the XO and sometimes CO of ODA - 32 in late 1969 and 1970. Team Sgt was SFC Henry.

Served under Jack M.

longrange1947
08-24-2006, 20:36
I was the XO and sometimes CO of ODA - 32 in late 1969 and 1970. Team Sgt was SFC Henry.

Served under Jack M.

SFC Henry, you mean a "real tall" guy? :munchin :D

Was in D Co with Pappy Shaw at that time. Had JC Cooper as a team mate and later team SGT after my first team Daddy, MSG Draught, finally retired after I have no idea how many years past 30.

Met my better half there.

Buffalobob
08-25-2006, 13:00
SFC Henry was gray haired and grzzley when I met him. Here is what I remember about him.

He lied about his age and volunteered for WW II. He was in combat at age 17. He was "Glider Pilot" qualified. A little known fact is that a lot of the early combat jumps were from gliders being as they were cheaper to build than motorized air craft. He was an assistant machine gunner in the Rangers during the Korean War.

He had two tours with SF in RVN and there were names and places mentioned that I no longer remember that others would surely know.

He had a metal pin in one ankle from an old injury but I saw him one day pick up a guy's heavy rucksack and sling it up over his shoulder so it landed on top of his rucksack and choggy off holding it up there balanced with one hand. He carried those two rucksacks for nearly three miles up there in the White Mountains that day. Made my eyes bug out , being as I was straining with just mine.

He had spent a lot of time with 10 SFG in Bad Tolz and was about as German as a person could be without actually being German.


I really don't remember him being "tall" being as I am tall. What I remember is him being "bigger than life" and everything an SF trooper would want to be.

longrange1947
08-26-2006, 06:48
By tall I meant short. He always wound up as the left guide in parades and he kneed an idiot in Boston that ran out to spit at him. While it was caught on TV it never aired because Boston was ashamed of how 10th Group was treated that parade. Grop Commander told them that 10th Group would never participate in another parade in Boston.

Don't think we did either, unless it occured after I left there.

Anyone remember that parade? :munchin

Hipshot
12-10-2006, 12:41
Was 11B4S on ODA-333, Co C, 3rd Bn 10th SFG(A) from Dec 72 (went direct from RVN to the land of ice and ice) thru Apr 75. Capt Chamberlain was our team leader and Charlie Campbell was team sgt. I remember having been newly married and taking this sweet young thing up to Devens. We bought a house in Ayre - wood frame 2 story. Had a painting party - wanted to get the upstairs bedrooms painted a light blue. I bought painting utensils and the beer, team members were told to being paint. When the team arrived, I was told to stay down stairs and entertain wives/girl friends that came along. I knew they were finished when Charlie Campbell came down, walked into the kitchen and grabbed a case of beer from the refrig and headed into the living room. My wife went upstairs and the next thing I hear is a blood-curdling scream from the top landing. When I got upstairs, the bedroom (supposed to be light blue) now looked like the side of a camoflaged C-130. Somehow, my wife didn't see the humor in it!

Snaquebite
12-28-2006, 14:21
Devens from 72-79...both Bns

Whats up LK and Maj Jack...?

George

The Reaper
12-28-2006, 14:24
Uh, oh.

I smell an online reunion coming together.

TR

Snaquebite
12-28-2006, 15:01
Guess I should have said COL M.:rolleyes:

Jack Moroney (RIP)
12-28-2006, 15:15
Guess I should have said COL M.:rolleyes:

Since when did I ever take myself that seriously that you would think you would have to do that? :D

Snaquebite
12-28-2006, 16:25
Never did....just wanted to pay the proper respect...

lksteve
12-28-2006, 19:37
Whats up LK and Maj Jack...?me...but only because my wife makes me set the alarm...

Jack Moroney (RIP)
12-28-2006, 20:00
Never did....just wanted to pay the proper respect...

Let's talk about a young SSG who let a pecker head Maj Mirus talk him into spotting the first pass of a UHIH on Malmsheim, DZ, FRG 13 May 80 that put my sorry butt 2 km off the DZ. Mirus took credit for the jump but young SSG Snaquebite signed the manifest as the jumpmaster. Where was the respect on that drop:D A lot of good folks on that jump Carson, Goforth, Shedlock, Billingsley, Graves, Snider, Thurston and of course the guy you should have used for the wind dummy Jimmy Trainor.

x SF med
12-28-2006, 20:05
COL M.-
Shedlock, Trainor and Graves were back at Devens when I was there.

lksteve
12-28-2006, 20:18
A lot of good folks on that jump Carson, Goforth, Shedlock, Billingsley, Graves, Snider, Thurston and of course the guy you should have used for the wind dummy Jimmy Trainor.quite a cast of characters...Trainor and i went through SFQC together...Goforth became my TS in '83...

Jack Moroney (RIP)
12-28-2006, 20:23
quite a cast of characters...Trainor and i went through SFQC together...Goforth became my TS in '83...

Tommy Goforth was good people. You probably know some of the others on this manifest I am looking at. Desimone, Bennett, Hering, Jacaruso, Green, Edwards.

lksteve
12-28-2006, 20:28
Tommy Goforth was good people. You probably know some of the others on this manifest I am looking at. Desimone, Bennett, Hering, Jacaruso, Green, Edwards.familiar names...sounds like a 3rd Battalion manifest...

longrange1947
12-28-2006, 20:33
Glad I was on my way to 3/7 when all that happened, if I remember correctly. Or was that the next year. Dam I can't keep those dates straight anymore.

Welcome Snaquebite. You going to be around a bit or are you heading out again?

Maybe we can tilt one at Charlie Mikes. :)

Snaquebite
12-28-2006, 20:38
Rick, Looks like I may be around for a while, just got interviewed by Paraclete and have a follow up on Wednesday...if this pans out I'll stay out of the sand for a while.

longrange1947
12-28-2006, 20:39
Rick, Looks like I may be around for a while, just got interviewed by Paraclete and have a follow up on Wednesday...if this pans out I'll stay out of the sand for a while.

Good, you need a freakin break! :D

Jack Moroney (RIP)
12-29-2006, 05:48
familiar names...sounds like a 3rd Battalion manifest...

Actually it was put together by the Senile Officers Turkey Farm Europe (SOTFE) for those of us playing around in Flintlock that year. The bulk of the folks were from 3/10 because they were running the EDH, I was over there checking on my deployed A-Teams and wanted to give SOTFE some guidance about a stupid plan that they were proposing for one of my teams and had some time to kill .

lksteve
12-29-2006, 18:55
I was over there checking on my deployed A-Teams and wanted to give SOTFE some guidance about a stupid plan that they were proposing for one of my teams and had some time to kill .most of the names i saw were guys i barely knew in 3rd Bn...and how did discussing an stupid plan with SOTFE go...? i seem to recall a discussion i had regarding a certain "training opportunity" with them ending with their critique "Since the fundamental premise of our war plan hasn't changed since the Treaty of Versailles, we see no need to adapt to the contemporary situation"...or words to that affect...in short, if they had to work to change something, it wasn't likely to happen...

Jack Moroney (RIP)
12-29-2006, 19:57
..and how did discussing an stupid plan with SOTFE go...? ..
Almost ended in a courts-martial. They wanted to skyhook out a member of a 4 man pilot team leaving three guys with a whole bunch of equipment that couldn't be split up very well. The whole point of putting the pilot team in was to have them feed SITREPs back to me so I could prepare the follow on teams for infiltration and develop an area command. It made no sense as we had good commo, nothing could be gained by ripping out a radio operator from Germany back to the UK just to jump him back in again with the infiltrating teams. It also made no sense to me to practice something that had to be done right the first time everytime with one of my troops. So I talked the Group Cdr into letting me go over there, check on the two teams that were already deployed and tell SOTFE that if they wanted to exercise the Fulton Recovery System then why not jerk out one of the downed pilots we were running thru the E&E net. Failing that why not jerk me out and I could go back and brief the follow on teams that I was slated to control anyway and reinfiltrate with them. I told him I would have to jump back in anyway because you only get paid jump pay for jumping out of a plane and not by being dragged back into one. Well this jerk LTC told me that no, the military spent too much money on airforce folks to put them at risk and that one of my soldiers was more expendable than was I should this thing not function correctly. That set me off and I jumped dead in his shit, went to knock him on his ass while muttering some incoherent choice words when my SGM (Ernie "Duke" Snider) grabbed me from behind and hauled me away before I could do any damage. The LTC registered a protest as to my threating nature and "overly protective attitude toward my soliders" and of course because it was only the three of us ,and Duke had not seen anything "unusual" ,I got off with a nod and a wink by the Group Cdr. So how do you think my discussion went?:D

lksteve
12-29-2006, 20:24
They wanted to skyhook out a member of a 4 man pilot team well, two years later, Cliff Strickland lost his life doing that...

i suspect you won your case...

Jack Moroney (RIP)
12-29-2006, 20:29
well, two years later, Cliff Strickland lost his life doing that...

i suspect you won your case...

Yeah, I know. But what a price for a soldier to needlessly pay to prove a point. Perhaps if I had been able to deck that clown and got court-martialed to bring it to the fore maybe Cliff would never had to pay for such idiocy. When I heard about that I got that sickening hollow feeling in my gut-just one of the many shadows that crop up from time to time.

longrange1947
12-31-2006, 13:53
Hmmmm, was that the Flintlock where all the rough terrain teams that I trained were put out by the MC-130s over sugar beet fields? :munchin

The other Col, I believe, was Col Ed Catulo (sp?) and was memoralized at The Fort by naming the Latrine after him, "Dead Ed's Head". :boohoo

Hmmm, that was a bit ago. I was stuck on "controller/grader" duty for an NG team that did very well. Even though they got screwed on jump in. Got hammered by the Rough terrain Teams in England for their jump in as they stated they were the only teams that DID NOT go in teh trees. I told them that the beets were rough enough. :D

HAPPY NEW YEARS TO ALL OF YOU 10th GROUPERS!!!!

The Old Guy
01-07-2007, 21:26
Bad Tolz June 1982 - July 1985

The very best assignment I ever had to date.

TonyY
01-17-2007, 14:26
C/3/10th ODA 332 73-75. I BC'd HIPSHOT on a different thread and we knew each other and others from the team house a long time ago. He is probably one of the few that I actually remembered although I meet an old Team SGT at an SFA national convention afew years back.

x SF med
01-17-2007, 14:46
well, two years later, Cliff Strickland lost his life doing that...

i suspect you won your case...

I knew Cliff - he came back to C/2 for a bit, then went back to 1 Bn, good guy.

lksteve
01-17-2007, 19:18
I knew Cliff - he came back to C/2 for a bit, then went back to 1 Bn, good guy.i believe Cliff was with 3rd Battalion when the accident occured...he wasn't with 1st then...

ODA 226
01-19-2007, 01:43
Almost ended in a courts-martial. They wanted to skyhook out a member of a 4 man pilot team leaving three guys with a whole bunch of equipment that couldn't be split up very well.

Col M,
Wasn't it a year later when we Skyhooked Mark LaRochelle back to Skulthorpe? He was luckier than Cliff and made it only to be killed in a chopper crash a few years later.

Craig

Jack Moroney (RIP)
01-19-2007, 06:06
Col M,
Wasn't it a year later when we Skyhooked Mark LaRochelle back to Skulthorpe? He was luckier than Cliff and made it only to be killed in a chopper crash a few years later.

Craig

Craig,
That was the incident I was talking about. When I found out that they had decided to hook out Mark, Duke Snider and I went to SOTFE and I went toe to toe with some LTC whose name escapes me now. The LTC made an effort to call for a couple of the brit MPs who where walking by when Duke grabbed me around my chest and hauled me off before I did what he wanted to do but realized that it was a no win situation. We made it out to the PZ and I went over all the equipment to make sure in my own mind that it was straight. I can still see Mark sailing over the treetops and not missing them by much when that bird snatched him. I quess the moral of the story is that SGMs often provide the adult supervision that officers tend to need from time to time:D

ODA 226
01-25-2007, 01:16
Craig,
That was the incident I was talking about. When I found out that they had decided to hook out Mark, Duke Snider and I went to SOTFE and I went toe to toe with some LTC whose name escapes me now. The LTC made an effort to call for a couple of the brit MPs who where walking by when Duke grabbed me around my chest and hauled me off before I did what he wanted to do but realized that it was a no win situation. We made it out to the PZ and I went over all the equipment to make sure in my own mind that it was straight. I can still see Mark sailing over the treetops and not missing them by much when that bird snatched him. I quess the moral of the story is that SGMs often provide the adult supervision that officers tend to need from time to time:D

As I recall, Duke was the ONLY SOB in the company big enough to grab you around your chest and haul you off!;) :lifter

Craig

x SF med
01-25-2007, 07:55
i believe Cliff was with 3rd Battalion when the accident occured...he wasn't with 1st then...

Dai-Ui I am old and my brain has lost elasticity, old names come back into my head, and I misplace them occasionally. Where's my walker?

lksteve
01-25-2007, 19:54
Dai-Ui I am old and my brain has lost elasticity, old names come back into my head, and I misplace them occasionally. Where's my walker?
right next to the tequila...

The Reaper
01-25-2007, 20:00
Dai-Ui I am old and my brain has lost elasticity, old names come back into my head, and I misplace them occasionally. Where's my walker?

In the dumpster behind the Howl at the Moon, last time I saw it.:D

TR

lksteve
01-25-2007, 20:37
Dai-Ui I am old...based on when you attended jump school, you are at least five and maybe ten years younger than me...cherry...:p

x SF med
01-26-2007, 08:17
In the dumpster behind the Howl at the Moon, last time I saw it.:D

TR

Along with SGM C's walker, we left them there together, and TR why didn't you come out and play in Orlando?

right next to the tequila... based on when you attended jump school, you are at least five and maybe ten years younger than me...cherry...

Now, Sir, that's gonna leave a mark. Aren't you one of the DZO's that ran the Gardner Lake jumps? Gear up, Load UH1, jump, splash, swim to zodiac, drop chutes run zodiac chase, repeat as needed until all chutes in the rigger shed are wet, hang chutes, laugh that the riggers actually would have some work to do for the next week......


No love, no love at all!!!!

lksteve
01-26-2007, 08:25
Aren't you one of the DZO's that ran the Gardner Lake jumps? Gear up, Load UH1, jump, splash, swim to zodiac, drop chutes run zodiac chase, repeat as needed until all chutes in the rigger shed are wet, hang chutes, laugh that the riggers actually would have some work to do for the next week......nope...never ran Gardner Lake...i did run some RT jumps on the short leg of Turner...gear up, load UH1, put guys in the trees, get them down, load them up again, repeat as necessary until chutes were pretty badly mangled, then go to the rigger shed, shake the shrubbery out and hand them off to the riggers...did that three or four times...

x SF med
01-26-2007, 12:29
So that was you.
Thanks, Sir.
Really loved the "lets get bashed up by trees, and poke an eye out" jumps. Loads of fun, a zillion laughs. Really loved the prep for a great PLF while protecting your assets and making sure your elbows were tight to your sides with your chin tucked up tight to your chest..... and then realizing, after you finally get the chute out of the friggin trees that you have to run the length of Turner to make your next jump - just to do it all again. :eek:

Damn, I miss that shit!:D

Hipshot
01-26-2007, 14:10
:munchin I bet you don't miss the mosquitos there during those evening and night jumps. They drank more than some of the guys did at the Cinema Lounge in Leominster.

Snaquebite
01-26-2007, 14:17
Those weren't just any mosquitos...they were Mosquitos on STEROIDS...

x SF med
01-26-2007, 14:21
Satanic mosquitoes from Hell, the size of C130's.

lksteve
01-26-2007, 18:32
Those weren't just any mosquitos...they were Mosquitos on STEROIDS...until you've jumped on Husky DZ at Eielson AFB in Alaska, you ain't seen mosquitoes on steroids...some of those puppies have their own zip code...:eek:

lksteve
01-26-2007, 18:33
So that was you.if it was me, i was a SSG at the time...pre OCS days...:D

kunf0002
04-13-2007, 02:00
A Co, 2nd Batallion Team 213 from 82-84. The golf course was wonderful and it only cost $3 with equipment included for eighteen holes. (for my rank it was that cheap). Motorcycle accident leaving post drunk, and a lot of drinking at the Trojan club, A good time was had by all.

mustang
04-13-2007, 20:44
interested in talking with anyone who served 1963-1965. I was in company C, Lengries Kaserene, about 10Ks from Badtolz.

The Reaper
04-13-2007, 20:49
Mustang:

This is not the Introductions thread that you are looking for.

TR

mustang
04-28-2007, 23:29
interested in making contact with old team members, sfod 109 and 110, co. C Lengries Kaserne, when Col. Jerry Sage was Group Commander. Those were the days!

The Old Guy
05-06-2007, 06:54
1982-1985 1-10th and USASOF(E)

commobuddha
05-29-2007, 12:54
I'm the moderately new echo on ODA 015.

mike-munich
05-30-2007, 08:37
I'm the moderately new echo on ODA 015.

Welcome to Germany. I´ll buy you a beer next time I´m up in Böblingen. My Grandmother still lives up there. ;)

SFS0AVN
06-03-2007, 13:15
Greetings All: I am Joe US Army retired in NM. I grew up in a Special Forces Family in the 50s and went to the field as a teenager with FA-1, 10th GP. After jump school at Ft. Bragg (1961), I went to TNG GP and became a (911.73) SF Medic 91B4S29 Class 63-7. From there to E/7th SFG, A/3rd SFG, A/10th SFG MedOps and ran the Med Lab/Med Supply in Lenggries and Toelz. From there to Flight School and DS 46th SFCo. I later helped set up the High Altitude Winter Training Site at Eagle, CO for the 10th GP and flew for the HATS which I also helped organize. I retired in 1996 as a CW5 and was the First CW5 (not 180) in the 1st SF Regiment. See Ya.

mike-munich
06-04-2007, 00:34
Welcome Sir ! Bad Tölz has changed a little...

SFS0AVN
06-04-2007, 08:31
Welcome Sir ! Bad Tölz has changed a little...

Thanks for the welcome (Danke fur das wilkommen). sorry but ich habe keine umlaute. Yes, I know all about the big changes at Flint Karserne, but I guess that's progress.
By the way mike-munich, I finished High School at Munich American High School.

mike-munich
06-04-2007, 08:36
Thanks for the welcome (Danke fur das wilkommen). sorry but ich habe keine umlaute. Yes, I know all about the big changes at Flint Karserne, but I guess that's progress.
By the way mike-munich, I finished High School at Munich American High School.

Joe, gern geschehen ! Ja, ich weiss, amerikansiche Tastaturen haben keine Umlaute. Kein Problem ! :cool:

Munich American Highschool, the Mustangs ! The MP unit I worked with (218th MP) used to pick up the kids from there (after they had too much Augustiner Bier.... LOL).

As for Flint Kaserne. I didn´t need the progress there. I was OK the way it was until 1991...:(

Stay safe Sir !

Edit: Photo added

Mike

MFFI387
08-22-2007, 08:44
5th SFG 1990-1998, Yuma 1998-2001, 10th 2001-2003 and back in '05 after two years at SF Branch HRC. Glad to be onboard.

Razor
08-22-2007, 08:54
Welcome aboard! We'll chalk up your time in 5th as youthful indiscretion. ;)

SFS0AVN
08-22-2007, 11:10
Welcome aboard! We'll chalk up your time in 5th as youthful indiscretion. ;)

Glad to see you on the forum, enjoy.

MFFI387
08-23-2007, 05:32
Welcome aboard! We'll chalk up your time in 5th as youthful indiscretion. ;)

I'll go along with that...

Tom
08-23-2007, 13:35
10th Grp, 1986-92. Anyone remember LTC Calvert, 2nd Bn Cdr? I was in C-2-10.

The Reaper
08-23-2007, 13:45
10th Grp, 1986-92. Anyone remember LTC Calvert, 2nd Bn Cdr? I was in C-2-10.

Tom, you need to review the registration message, fill out your profile, and introduce yourself in the proper place.

I know Ron Calvert, and worked for him on Bragg.

Good man. Nice car, too.

TR

lksteve
08-23-2007, 21:17
Anyone remember LTC Calvert, 2nd Bn Cdr? I was in C-2-10.knew Ron Calvert when he was the SFD(A)E S3 and later the C-1-10 commander...when i left Toelz he was the Bn. XO...TR, did he still have that red Porsche Targa?

i was in C-2-10 thirty years ago myself...God, that hurts...:eek:

The Old Guy
08-23-2007, 22:09
I remember him as a MAJ. Didn't he have a daughter by the name of Stacy and she married a SSG (Jeff G.) who later went to SFQC.

Wasn't his company SGM, SGM Brock?

The Reaper
08-23-2007, 23:29
TR, did he still have that red Porsche Targa?

Sure did.

Immaculate.:D

TR

lksteve
08-24-2007, 22:27
I remember him as a MAJ. Didn't he have a daughter by the name of Stacy and she married a SSG (Jeff G.) who later went to SFQC.

Wasn't his company SGM, SGM Brock?i believe the Stacy was his step-daughter, IIRC...Brock was the 1st Bn. CSM...i forget who the C Company SGM was...i believe SGM Williams was the C Co. SGM...he and i served together in the 509th before going north...

lksteve
08-24-2007, 22:42
Sure did. Immaculate.funny thing is, i recall him telling me that it wasn't legal for import into the US...he must have had new glass and a converter installed or something...

timeshadow (RIP)
09-21-2007, 17:16
I spent most of my SF time in 10th Group. I probably know a lot of you guys.

My 10th Group "creds":

B 1/10 SFG, Bad Toelz, 1989-1991 (ODA-022 "The Adams Family")
A 1/10 SFG, Boeblingen, 1993-1997 (ODA's 011 & 015 (when 015 was a Klepper Team))
B 3/10 SFG, Ft. Carson, 1997-1999 (ODA-086 & ODB)
HHD 3/10 SFG, 1999-2001 (Battalion Medic)

SFS0AVN
09-22-2007, 12:43
I spent most of my SF time in 10th Group. I probably know a lot of you guys.

My 10th Group "creds":

B 3/10 SFG, Ft. Carson, 1997-1999 (ODA-086 & ODB)
HHD 3/10 SFG, 1999-2001 (Battalion Medic)

We may have run into each other during the 1997 SFA Convention in Colorado Springs. Welcome aboard.

mike-munich
09-24-2007, 01:49
I spent most of my SF time in 10th Group. I probably know a lot of you guys.

B 1/10 SFG, Bad Toelz, 1989-1991 (ODA-022 "The Adams Family")


Welcome ! I hung out with C Co. and 032 alot back in the days. :cool:

mff87
10-12-2007, 14:58
ODA 013, 014
3rd BN BOP
Current 20th ODA 2014

RichL025
10-29-2007, 00:31
B 1-10 from 1993 - 1997.

a year on the b-team and then 025 (*ahem* - those digits in my "handle" I use in almost all internet forums type stuff. Never thought there would be a forum where it was so obvious )

Timeshadow, you have a pm (I'm trying to figure out who you are ;)

f50lrrp
10-29-2007, 19:12
10th SFGA - 11B4P94 - 1967 (3 months)
5th SFGA - 11F4SVS - 1968
SOTFE - 1971

Heretic
02-29-2008, 14:47
ODA 094/092 98-01
SOMTC 01-02
ODA 075 02-04
ODB 070 04-05
wandering

HMass18Z
03-05-2008, 09:06
10th SF Signal Company 88-89 Ft Devens
A/3/10 89-94 ODAs 071 & 073 (MFF)
USASFC 94-97
B/3/10 97-98 ODA 084
C/3/10 98-01 ODA 096 & ODB 090
GSC 1SG 01-03
GRP S-3 SGM 03-05 (USASMA DEC 03-JUN 04)
A/2/10 SGM 05-07
Retired 1 NOV 07

Judgeroybean
03-15-2008, 13:55
Hi to all, this is my 2nd post, after my INTRODUCTION. Just did a 4 year stint, 80-84. Started in Sig. Co 4/81 to 9/81, then on to C-2-10, ODA 233 and 234, until ETS in 3-84. Duke Snider was the Bn SGM, and saved my ass once in Norway, after I went "missing" and didn't show up on time for isolation, after a long night of hard drinking. Spent many nights at the Cinema club, and met my wife at Scampi's. I believe before "Maj" Moroney, wasn't there a Major General Thomas (General was his first name) in B Co?
ANyone here know Brian Look? We did basic thru the Q course together, he went to 3rd Bn, me to 2nd. I was able to contact him in about 1998, and we were gonna get together in Ma. after he retired. We talked several times, then I didn't hear from him for awhile. Found out he died from a heart attack about a year from retirement. Great guy, and had some great times with him.

Jack Moroney (RIP)
03-15-2008, 15:10
[QUOTE=Judgeroybean;202928] I believe before "Maj" Moroney, wasn't there a Major General Thomas (General was his first name) in B Co?
QUOTE]

CPT General Bradly Thomas was in A Co when I had the lads in B Co. Duke is doing well, just had a knee replacement and then held races for those in the hospital demonstrating his knee was working with his hospital gown open in the back as he "raced" up and down the hall.:D. Brad took over A Company, did a number on himself with some heavy drinking, screwed up his family, and what he had left of his career. He and Danny Justice got so plowed one night I had to stop Brad from going into the MP station to vouch for Danny. While I was in the provost martial's office doing my best imitation of someone who could save Danny from the evils of drink I could see that dick head Brad standing outside the window, to which the provost martial's back was turned, pissing on the snow bank. I managed to keep the provost martial from turning around, sprung Danny, and took Brad home where he promptly puked all over his dog.

Judgeroybean
03-15-2008, 16:21
Thats right, A Co. Thanks Col. I seem to recall a story where Cpt. Thomas took a crap on a couch at some dinner in Norway, in front of some not to pleased Norwegians, or maybe it was Denmark. Funny story, if true! Good to hear SGM Snider is doing well. I called him once, after I ETS'd, since I moved out to Wa. Sadly, most of what he remembered about me was getting my ass out of trouble. I think me and Cpt. Thomas would have gotten along real well....

Rich Dressler
03-17-2008, 11:45
Went from Training Group to SGM Pappy S's D Co. and was shanghied to S-1 by CSM P., till orders for 5th Group came down. Anyone remember D Company's table at the Mohawk Club (usually presided over by CPT Billy K.)?
Rich

longrange1947
03-17-2008, 16:55
Yep, remember Mohawk Club, Pappy S. and quite a few others. :D

Can Remember Pappy answering the phone as Detail Delta as well.

Stras
03-17-2008, 19:20
1-10th (93-97), 2-10th (97-01), 1-10th (02-05), 2-10th (05-07), USASOC 2007-present. Ich bin das Kriegskind von SFA Kapital 65.

Blitzzz (RIP)
03-17-2008, 21:46
I was Team Sgt of 055 '84 ---->' 86. don't know if it counts was on team 3 Det-A from late 79 --->'82. Blitz;)

csquare
03-20-2008, 13:12
083 - 84-87 (Devens)
012 - 87-90 (Tolz)
083 - 90-92 (Devens)
DLI - 92-93 (hanging out in Monterey w/ Jimmy Mac)
Prague - 94 (great 9 months)
085 - 94-96 / Grp 3 - 96-97 (Devens/Carson)
036 - 97-00 (best 3 years of my 10th group career)
050 - 01 (Bo Todd and the rest of you in B Co)
060 - 02-03 (wanting to secretly off Waltemeyer and Herrell daily)
Left Group after being medically reclassed for trashing my knee. Sent to Ft Sam as a IET 1SG and work a year at AFMIC/DIA as the Senior Enlisted Advisor.

Now retired in SA, TX working @ MEDCOM Hqs as a planner.

It was my pleasure to work with all of you, past and present.

C2

"even though I snap and pop every morning when I wake up..... I wouldn't change any of it for anything in the world..."

2 Block Secured
03-20-2008, 22:43
ODA 014 - The Kitchen (1986-91)
ODA 054 (1991-94)
DLI (1994-5)
ODA 066 (1996-2001)
ODB 060 (2001-03)

Jim

jsteiner
03-27-2008, 05:07
[QUOTE=I seem to recall a story where Cpt. Thomas took a crap on a couch at some dinner in Norway, in front of some not to pleased Norwegians . . . .Good to hear SGM Snider is doing well....[/QUOTE]


2/10th, 82-84. S2 and interim S3 . . .

...and laughed at by my Q course team medic ("George" - now retired in MA) and weapons SGT ("Kim" -transplanted from 2/75), both of whom ended up in B/2/10, for getting caught in the head shed after a great Q course experience with them. . . and just by luck back in touch with one of them, who is in touch with the other.

I recall an EDH at Stuttgart with a C/2/10 B Team just a year or so after the fatal STAR mission; SOTFE switched to sandbags.

Attended CSM Snider's retirement. I recall two follow-on CSMs for 2/10th, including one that was a national officer in the fledgling Ranger Ass'n and one who ended up medically retiring because of some heart condition in 84.

I was there for CPT General Thomas in his "exercise" that derailed him unfortunately, and if I recall correctly, it almost dragged in his Co SGM, but fortunately not.

Is HALO CPT Al on this net from those days?

Together with "Pete," the Bn Medical NCO, I recall spending a lot of time rucksacking around MCI Shirley. Someone I am still in touch with just caught up with Pete in the last month.

My last 10th Group function was the Nashua, NH hail and farewell before the move to Carson...and a chance for a reunion with my old Group Commander, and the "then" current Group Commander, who had been in the Q course with me. A great time had by all.

And now, under the soapbox thread, I am running for Congress in NH. www.joinjim2008.com.

Jim Steiner

ROVER
04-01-2008, 07:54
I was in Det A Berlin -Dec 82-Dec 84 (Team 3); HHC 10th Group 85-85; 3rd Bn/10th GP 86-87 (ODA-085 and ODA 091); 2nd BN 10th GP 87-91 (ODA 055/52 name change); 1st Bn/10th Gp 92-95 (HSC and ODB 010). Mostly UWO Time. Been working DoD and DoS contracts in the Balkans, then Sudan and now almost five years in Iraq since my retirement in 96.

GTC

jsteiner
04-02-2008, 07:49
MFF3705

Great to get your private message. I tried a reply but the indicator states that you don't receive private messages.

So I am leaving a note here. Great to hear from you Al. The only jumping I am doing is into the political ring, running for congress in NH...in the "at ease" thread, "soapbox," "special forces soldier running for congress" on this site you can view info, or go to the website at www.joinjim2008.com. You may recognize the class A photo, pre-SF Tab, and pre-SF branch, back in the "full flash says it all" days of SF cuz othewise you wore a candy stripe.

If you can swing receiving private messages send me again and I will reply. Long time ago compadre, and I still recall the post-MTT debrief...all night long over some tall cold ones.

Jim

Judgeroybean
04-05-2008, 13:07
Jsteiner, recognize the picture from your campaign add. I was C/2/10 ODA 233 but was attached to the scuba team during the Stuttgart excercise you refered to. 3 full weeks of rain as I recall, and every time I met up with the B team and had to listen to their stories of Lager and "3 floors of whores", I teared up a little! Good luck with the Campaign!

jsteiner
04-05-2008, 15:08
Jsteiner, recognize the picture from your campaign add. I was C/2/10 ODA 233 but was attached to the scuba team during the Stuttgart excercise you refered to. 3 full weeks of rain as I recall, and every time I met up with the B team and had to listen to their stories of Lager and "3 floors of whores", I teared up a little! Good luck with the Campaign!

I know SGM H, the Co SGM, retired locally outside of Devens. Where did the CO MAJ M ever end up?

And the Stuttgart duty...somebody had to do it.

Jim

alfromcolorado
04-12-2008, 16:06
Happy to be here.

094 87-90 Ft Devens
026 Mtn (and whatever number it ended up as...) Bad Toelz und Panzer 90-94
053 Mtn (did that do musical tm #s too?) Ft Carson
Retired JAN 98

Contractor:
03-1998-Christmas 1999 Bosnia
01-2000 to 07-2000 Macedonia
07-2000 to 01-2003 Kosovo
04-2003 Haute Route
05-2003 to 07-2004 Baghdad, IZ
08-2004 to 11-2004 Kosovo
12-2004 to 05-2005 Skiing a lot in a lot of places + some climbing
05-2005 to 12-2005 Kabul and points all over the country
01 to 06-2006 FOB Kalsu Iraq
06-2006 to 07-2007 Baghdad, IZ
Screwing off and working on my house, traveling
12-2007 to 02-2008 Baghdad, IZ
03-2008 to present Szolnok Hungary

Al

SFS0AVN
04-13-2008, 10:57
Welcome Al From Colorado, enjoy.

lksteve
04-13-2008, 11:01
026 Mtn (and whatever number it ended up as...) Bad Toelz und Panzer 90-94
Well, the Berg Heil dets used to be A-5 and A-8 before we renumbered and reorganized in '81...then 5 became 123 and 8 became 124...

Welcome...

mffjm8509
04-13-2008, 13:17
Welcome Al! Good to have you on here.

Last time I saw you I believe you were working in an aid station in Macedonia...

PM sent.

Happy to be here.

094 87-90 Ft Devens
026 Mtn (and whatever number it ended up as...) Bad Toelz und Panzer 90-94
053 Mtn (did that do musical tm #s too?) Ft Carson
Retired JAN 98

Contractor:
03-1998-Christmas 1999 Bosnia
01-2000 to 07-2000 Macedonia
07-2000 to 01-2003 Kosovo
04-2003 Haute Route
05-2003 to 07-2004 Baghdad, IZ
08-2004 to 11-2004 Kosovo
12-2004 to 05-2005 Skiing a lot in a lot of places + some climbing
05-2005 to 12-2005 Kabul and points all over the country
01 to 06-2006 FOB Kalsu Iraq
06-2006 to 07-2007 Baghdad, IZ
Screwing off and working on my house, traveling
12-2007 to 02-2008 Baghdad, IZ
03-2008 to present Szolnok Hungary

Al

alfromcolorado
04-13-2008, 15:34
Well, the Berg Heil dets used to be A-5 and A-8 before we renumbered and reorganized in '81...then 5 became 123 and 8 became 124...

Welcome...

Thanks, glad to be here and remember...

8 became 124 which became eventually 026. Then it became 02?, memory is not clear on it.

The only thing that occurs with any consistency is change.

Al

alfromcolorado
04-13-2008, 15:37
Welcome Al From Colorado, enjoy.

Thanks, I am sure I will.

I was born in New Mexico when my father was stationed at Sandia Base, now Kirkland AFB (West or something like that). Not sure if they have a new hospital or not... They should have a new one if they don't, since that bugger would be a bit old by now.

Al

ArtR
04-20-2008, 10:55
A new member here. Served with the 10th Grp from Apr 55 to Oct 58.

Jatekos
04-28-2008, 01:39
Started out at the Ranger Batt 77-81 then proceeded to 5th Group (583). When 5th began talking about switching to the desert AO, I bailed ship. Had enough of that environment, already.
Did the DLI thing for German and finished out my career with 10th. I'm now working in Budapest as a DA civilian enjoying the chaos of figuring out 2 militaries instead of 1. Great to be here on the boards.

Lucky to be one of Bulldog's children,

M

ROVER
04-29-2008, 22:19
What must one do to get vetted and off the asset roster?

Al, guy here. how's the new work going?

GTC

alfromcolorado
05-08-2008, 14:22
What must one do to get vetted and off the asset roster?

Al, guy here. how's the new work going?

GTC

Check your messages

Al

heathk
05-28-2008, 08:49
10th SFG from 88 to 02 Devens/Germany/ Carson

tap053
06-23-2008, 22:15
2/10 98-01 053 and as the Adjutant (no laughing)

The Reaper
06-24-2008, 07:59
2/10 98-01 053 and as the Adjutant (no laughing)


So, do you know how to do that funny walk? :munchin

TR

Ret10Echo
06-24-2008, 08:07
So, do you know how to do that funny walk? :munchin

TR

Now that's funny right there....:D

tap053
06-24-2008, 15:17
So, do you know how to do that funny walk? :munchin

TR

Thank God I never had to do it

longrange1947
06-25-2008, 21:04
Thank God I never had to do it

Then you were never truly an Adjutant. :D

Arwr
07-23-2008, 10:43
A/3/10 '87-'91

When is the next ball? I was out to Carson for the 50th with COL Bank in '02, and then the following year, but have not been back since.

Arwr

KW9598
07-23-2008, 11:15
10 SF here.
Just had the ball in June.

hannon4you
07-25-2008, 22:08
10th
1964-1967 Lenggries
1969-1971 Ft Devens
1971-1975 Bad Toelz

alfromcolorado
08-02-2008, 12:21
2/10 98-01 053 and as the Adjutant (no laughing)

I retired off 053 31 JAN 98.

Conrad Y
10-31-2008, 23:47
I will try to get this right...

1982-1986 A/2/10 on 213 later 041 (Danny Justice as the Team daddy)
1986-1989 B/1/10 on 026 Mtn (this time should have been illegal!)
1989-1991 1st Battalion C&E during the Tolz closure and Panzer opening.
1991-1995 back in A/2/10 on 041 then later 046 Mtn during the Devens closure and Carson opening (Got some 2nd BN Sig Det time in there too).
1995-1999 back in B/1/10 on 026 but by now its no longer a mountain team.
2000-2003 Group Sig Det then HHC Operations.
Retired.

alfromcolorado
11-01-2008, 10:54
Conrad, how's it going bro?

Al I

I will try to get this right...

1982-1986 A/2/10 on 213 later 041 (Danny Justice as the Team daddy)
1986-1989 B/1/10 on 026 Mtn (this time should have been illegal!)
1989-1991 1st Battalion C&E during the Tolz closure and Panzer opening.
1991-1995 back in A/2/10 on 041 then later 046 Mtn during the Devens closure and Carson opening (Got some 2nd BN Sig Det time in there too).
1995-1999 back in B/1/10 on 026 but by now its no longer a mountain team.
2000-2003 Group Sig Det then HHC Operations.
Retired.

hdgb
11-03-2008, 10:56
PSSE-B 10th GRP sort of 1987-1990
011, A co 1st Bn 10SFGA ,Panzer 1995-1998
Dive Locker 3rd BN 10SFGA, Carson 1998-1999
055, B Co 2BN 10SFGA Carson 1999-2001
B TM C Co @nd BN 10SFGA Carson 2002

JAB10th
02-04-2009, 04:42
Devens, Co C 84-88
Bad Toelz/Stuttgart 024 89-93
SWIC SFAS 93-96
Stuttgart 013 96, 035 97-99
Ft Carson 064 99-04
2nd Bn SFAUC/SNIPER SME 04-05
10th GP Engineer 05-08
Retired 08, Augusta Ga. Contractor

Hartley
02-04-2009, 12:52
Hi Gents,

11/72 - 12/75 ODA-221 Ft. Devens

1/76 - 12/78 ODA-5 Bad Toelz

05B4S / 31V3S

Ski/Mountain Instructor

Hartley

Mitch
03-14-2009, 02:45
Hey

Det A, (72 - 76)
C/2/10 on 231 and 232 (scuba) (76-80)
B/2/10, 053 (85-87)

Best memories of Devens: The Rod and Gun Club, The Fort, knocking golf balls into the cemetery on the 18th hole - every now and then I'd hit a tumbstone and bounce it out - that was rare. Skiing every Wednesday afternoon for $2.00 at that place other side of Townsound (can't rember the name), driving over the frost heaves to get there, Discovering the Goddard Memorial - without even knowing it was there, discovering the 300 year old tumbstones out on the south post area between Turner DZ and Route 2. Skiing up at Wildcat. Finding good stuff in the Thrift Shop near the Main Post Snack Bar. The Boston Red Sox, Larry Bird, and Kimballs Farm Ice Cream. The Gals up in Berlin NH.

Things I liked least - seeing my friend Titsworth dead just outside the main gate with the most unlikely car crash I ever heard of. Hearing about my friend Blair dead up near Graylock Gym in the second most unlikely fatal car crash ever. Trying to help Titsworth and Caricofe save the life of the new guy who passed out in the shower just after the PT test. They couldn't save him. He was so new - I never learned his name.




Mitch

Dragbag036
03-14-2009, 18:32
I cant believe I've missed this thread.

My 10th Group "creds":

B 1/10 (ODA 025) 1998-2001, 18B
SWC (reclass 18D) 2001-2003, yeah I know, I'm a well trained 18D:lifter
B 1/10 (ODA 022) 2003-2004, Pete G. and Sponge Bob allow me into C Co.
C 1/10 (ODA 036 and ODA 033) Best of both worlds from long range to kickin doors
SWC (Range 37) 2006-2008 SOTIC AKA SFSC
Present-still active

rcm_18d
03-16-2009, 13:40
commobuddha,

Tell Rob 016 Ryan M. says whats up! And all to be careful. Ironic!! Thats where he started!

Sorry I am late to the party!

A 1-10 98-01 012, 010, 015
Didn't want to leave with Ricky as TM Daddy
A 3/10 01-04 071
Triple Canopy Ramadi Team Miami 04-05
SAIC Baghdad 05-07
MVM Baghdad 08
NEK Gulfport, MS 08-now

Good times!!

Ret10Echo
03-16-2009, 13:50
3rd Bn CE

096

SOTIC (CAT-II - Ft Carson)

GP S6 (Freq Mgr)

016

014

SWC (MFFI)

alright4u
03-16-2009, 14:03
Last SF assignment was C/3/ 10. LTC Polhemus was BN CO. Recall some of the older NCO's from the 60's and earlier were still around. Sorry, I cannot recall many names from then. I saw a CPT I recalled from RVN from the IV Corps Mike Force. He was back to SSG. In 72-73 during the IOAC, every fellow SF CPT I knew was RIF except two, who were on Son Tay Raid when I was in college. I started to see SF lose many combat experienced CPT's in late 72. In 74-75 at Devens before I got the axe, I saw the RA leg and airborne officers take over SF with a few exceptions. My ass would gave been gone in the late 72 RIF had I not completed my degree gratis Chief Infantry Branch.

I am looking for my SFOC class photo from 67.

uboat509
03-20-2009, 10:06
Just finished reclassing to 18D. I will be signing back into Carson in late April.

SFC W

MTNPA
03-22-2009, 10:56
051 88-94
SWCS 94-96

Went to PA school

Currently the Senior PA for 10th MTN DIV, pay is better, had alot more fun on 51 though...

Utah Bob
03-22-2009, 15:15
C Company A-30, A-29, A-35
Bad Tolz and Devens. '67-69
A Very long time ago:D
God I'm old!

tolzerman
04-13-2009, 22:51
C-1/10 - May '89 to Dec '92 - Bad Toelz then Stuttgart
C-1/10 - Jan '96 to Feb '01 - Stuttgart
1/10 - Mar '01 to Jan '03 - Stuttgart
C/3/10 - Feb '03 to May '05 - Ft Carson
HHC 1SG - Jun '05 to Aug '06 - Ft Carson
10th Group TSD - Sep '06 to Jun '07 - Ft Carson
2/10 - May '08 to Apr '09 - Ft Carson
10th Group TSD - Apr '09 to Oct '10

Now just another retired SF SGM...

Angry Mike
05-23-2009, 07:24
A CO 075 (when it was mountain) 91-93
B Co 076/073 MFF (when Blank Frank made us re-org by "lang skills") 93-95
A Co 074 MFF when we got to FCCO and went to one freefall team 95-97
At my current unit from 97 until I punch out next summer as a Troop SGM.

This is a great thread.

Lots of great times on these teams and they are some great guys.

V/r
MT

JimmyMc091
05-24-2009, 11:43
083/085 (number switch) 86-92
DLI 92-93
WO Crs 94
013 95-97
091 97-2000
090 2001-2002
SWC 2002-2004 Retired from Bragg.

Enjoyed every minute of 10th Grp time.

Mgrayfox
05-27-2009, 11:47
B Co 10th SFG 1970-1973 ODA-16
Danny Flower, Joe Hannon, Mark Hollar(sp?) David Smith, (Tm Sgt), Sherman Jordan, Bill Remine
B Co 2nd Bn 10th SFG 78-80 ODA-225
Odeil Hacker (Tm Sgt), John Miller, Tim Martin, Frank Conway, Mike McTigue, Jim Hogan (Tm Ldr)
I getting old, I can't remember all the other great team members. I was the acting Team Sgt for ODA 221 for just an ARTEP to Pennsylvania. Tom Goforth was our asset during the operation.

Sorry I didn't get on sooner.

Heretic
05-27-2009, 14:41
094 98-00ish then it was renamed to 092 (18B)
reclassed to 18D 01-02
075/070 02-05

Bragg 05-09

Soon back to 10th :D.

Sapper72
06-04-2009, 09:19
063 and 064: 1999-2005 18C/F

036/035/0135 (reflagging) 2005-2008 18F

2008 to present SORB for my SWC Trip

MVP
06-17-2009, 17:14
11B/C-S, 18B/F/Z, 011, 021, 022, 036, RST, SOSE. Not in chronological order between 1983 and 2002: Tolz, Stuttgart, and Heidleberg...

MVP

dacsus65
11-07-2009, 12:56
ODB-060 90-92
2nd Bn S-3 shop 92-93

jester281
11-13-2009, 11:33
87-92 18B 043/45 due to re-numbering, 2/10 Devens
1135 Dix (reserve break) - reclass at Sam and Bragg
95-00 18D 035 1/10 Panzer
00- 01 062 2/10 Carson
short stint with A-1-5 515
02-04 046 2/10 Carson E-7 TM Daddy then filthy civie
:boohoo

SdAufKla
11-16-2009, 10:01
C-2/10 on 236 and 233 from JUN 79 until JUN 82. Team sergeants were Phil Hanley, Maximo Chacon, and Sherman Klause. Co SGMs were Sally Harper, "Firewood" Roberts, and Phil Hanley.

A little time in Berlin and Bad Toelz followed by the obligatory purgatory at SWC on Phase III, Robin Sage committee.

C-3/10 on 081 from JUL 90 until about MAY 95. I was the team sergeant.

Then:

C-3/10 on 080 as the company ops sergeant, HHC 10th as the 1SG, GP S-2 NCOIC, and 3/10 S-3 SGM departing in JUN 01.

Retired in JAN 04 as the Co SGM for C-3/5 (090).

Sonic03svtCobra
11-16-2009, 21:19
As the sig says below now serving at!

Destrier
01-13-2010, 19:11
Big John here

CBTI back at Devens, 88-90
053 Devens
063 (after tha lanuage flip out) Devens
063 Move to Carson
021 Stuttgart 95-96
031 Stuttgart
Break in Service AZ Guard 98-02
020 Stuttgart
032 Stuttgart 05-07
ROTC on loan 07 -present

Buck
01-13-2010, 19:39
Hola,
I was in A/1/10, ODA 016 from 89-91, then on ODA 014 from 91-93. Spent 2 years in Toelz, which I loved, spent 2 years in Boeblingen, wasn't Toelz is all you can say.

Buck

mike-munich
01-18-2010, 01:37
031 Stuttgart

I remember 031 from Bad Tölz days....

1991:

rdret1
01-24-2010, 13:27
Sig. Co and B/2 '84-88
SWC '88-92
C/1 , HHD/1, A/1 '93-97
HHD 2/10 '98

GP84
02-20-2010, 09:50
A/1/10 here.

JeffB
12-08-2010, 22:08
ODA-075 (Mtn), A/3/10, Devens '89-92
During ODS, A/3/10 somehow found itself attached to 1/3 SFG in Kuwait...it was just long enough that when we got back, we swore we would never whine about anything in 10th Group again...

Looking down at Leominster Road, which if memory hasn't completely failed, meant we were about 30 seconds out from our Green light on Turner...

Good times...

uplink5
12-08-2010, 22:16
ODA-075 (Mtn), A/3/10, Devens '89-92
During ODS, A/3/10 somehow found itself attached to 1/3 SFG in Kuwait...it was just long enough that when we got back, we swore we would never whine about anything in 10th Group again...



ROTFLMAO!!!!!

You were there with MAJ Stanley, SGT Powers, a crusty old warrent who's name ecapes me (Mac something I think) great guy though. Hanging out in the parking lot.....
Powers was up at KKMC with me when we launched our SR.

Things in 3rd got better but yes, those were the bad ol'days.....jd

Combat Diver
12-09-2010, 00:01
A/1/10 88-90', ODAs 012 and 015 Eng Sgt
B/1/10 00-01', ODA 023 Team Sgt
HHC/1/10 01-03', BN S-2 NCOIC

CD

MVP
12-09-2010, 09:16
During the summer of 1984 11th Gp guys attending the 10th's JM course painted "STAND IN THE DOOR" on the road stretching from the middle of the road to the edge. Believe it was 1 minute out...

MVP

Bennett
12-09-2010, 16:08
3/10 Ft. Devens
ODA 331/091 1984-86
1/10 Bad Tölz
ODA 013 86-87 (18B)
ODA 011 86-90 (18F)
Phase I/III SWC 90-92
1/10 Stuttgart
ODA 032 92-94 (Tm LDR/TM WO)
ODA 033 94-95 (TM LDR)
3/10 Ft Carson
ODA 096 95-97 (TM LDR/WO)
ODA 093 97-99 (TM WO)
ODB 070 99
ODA 076 99-00 (TM LDR)
GP Sr WO 00-02
ODB 090 02-03
3/10 Sr WO 04- 06
That's as close as I can remember sure was fun, except the SWC part, Desert Storm kicked off and we were left with no guest instructors and very few Gs and to top it off we combined Phases I with Phase III, what timing.

jwsharpe
12-19-2010, 08:37
73 - 75 Signal Company Ft. Devens

Bad Tolz
12-20-2010, 17:03
67-68 Flint Kaserne, HHC with a side trip to the Berlin detachment before going across the pond to RVN.

no-hertz
12-26-2010, 00:45
A/2/10

GrumpyMedic
12-26-2010, 16:04
C/2/10 ODA 061 '05-'07 18B
A/4/3 ODA 3414 '08-Pres 18D

DLS
12-30-2010, 00:44
Got to the 10th in 74, first on 335 with Firewood Roberts (I was on the ARTEP in PA where he earned "Firewood"), also Dirty Joe W., Filthy Fred P., Sherman J. (RIP), Dave G., ex-POW Donny McP., Steve B., Gentry D., Chester M., etc. HALO MTT to Spain with 323, then moved to 321 after a language reorg. Spent LOTS of time jumping at Shirley and Pepperrell then left for the Golden Knights in Jan 79.


Helped run the first jump school there at Devens for the SF reserves, and was on the DZ when a Cessna flew over between passes. LTC Marechek went ballistic and ordered me to give him my pistol so he could shoot the plane down. Fortunately for all concerned I was unarmed...

Great site and trip down memory lane. I know some of you guys but don't recognize your handles, so give me a holler and refresh my memory!

DOL

CHRISTIN
12-31-2010, 07:38
During the summer of 1984 11th Gp guys attending the 10th's JM course painted "STAND IN THE DOOR" on the road stretching from the middle of the road to the edge. Believe it was 1 minute out...

MVP
That would have been Lunenburg Road... around 30 seconds or so out from Turner DZ

MVP
01-03-2011, 14:45
Bill,

YOu are right, Lunenberg Road (1 minute out). I spent but 1 year on Devens and am damn glad for it.

MVP

ddoering
01-05-2011, 13:29
ODA 046, 041 1985-87
Berlin (USMLM) 1987-90
ODA 056 1990-94
SWCS 94-95
3rd SFG ODA 362 1995-97
USASFC 97-98

I believe Lunenburg Rd was 10 seconds out. Leominster Mall was 1 minute out.

MVP
01-05-2011, 15:43
Ok, so where the hell did the 11th paint the road in the Summer of 84???

MVP

ddoering
01-05-2011, 17:03
Use mapquest and look up Ft Devens, MA. Click on satelite view and you can see Turner DZ. Luneburg Road is right off the leading edge.

FiveOpopo
01-26-2011, 01:15
Anyone from A/3/10 in the 1984-1986 time frame? I was on 071.

ELP
01-28-2011, 10:18
086 94/95 at Devens
086 & 3/10 Bn Staff 95-98 at Carson
040 02/03 at Carson
2/10 Bn Staff 03/04 at Carson

Ezduzit
02-19-2011, 23:18
Commo check,

Served on ODA's 061 (94-97); 015 (97-98); 036-Troop II (98-02); 076 (03-04)
Retired in 2004 and lving in NC, already touched base with a few old buddies...look forward to kickin around here and catching up on whats going on these days.

EZ sends

Dave Sterling
02-23-2011, 13:52
MI Company Commo Team at Ft Devens, Aug 81 to July 84

Croweman
03-24-2011, 14:20
C Co 3/10 SFG(A) ODA 093 - 99-03
C Co 3/10 SFG(A) ODB 090 - 03-04
HHC 3/10 SFG(A) S3 Air - 04-07
C Co SORB(Special Operation Recruiting BN) Ft Carson Recruiting TM - 07-11

I came to Carson in 99 and never left! In retirement mode right now with a final out date of 30 Apr 2011. Anybody have a job lead for me? LOL!

Bennett
03-25-2011, 16:08
And a good looking man, welcome to PS Mike.

Paragrouper
03-25-2011, 20:36
Sig Company from 1986-1987 (Devens)

a Long Break at Bragg and...

B/1/10th SFG(A) from 1995-1999 (Panzer)
023, 026 and a brief bit on the B team

wiscna
03-26-2011, 08:55
Scott N. here from Ft Bragg. I've spent time at Ft Carson on ODA 072 as an 18E from 97 to 02 and with 1/10 in Stuttgart on ODA 012 as an 18F from 02 to 07.

I picked up E8 and will be leaving my current assignment to go over to 3rd SFG to serve my TmSgt time.

I really like this site so far and look forward to reconnecting with old friends.

Scott

S1X
04-13-2011, 09:48
OIF with 3/10 in 2008-09, SOTF-C MID :)

GRP MID 2009-10 :confused:

Very proud of all we have accomplished, NCOs are phenomenal.

Bettendorf
04-19-2011, 20:19
Scott N. here from Ft Bragg. I've spent time at Ft Carson on ODA 072 as an 18E from 97 to 02 and with 1/10 in Stuttgart on ODA 012 as an 18F from 02 to 07.

I picked up E8 and will be leaving my current assignment to go over to 3rd SFG to serve my TmSgt time.

I really like this site so far and look forward to reconnecting with old friends.

Scott

Hi, Scott. Congrats on making the list.

ODA 012 2005-2007
ODB 0110 2007-2008
ODA 0221 2008-2011

18B ETSing next month to go to college.

wicinstr
05-03-2011, 10:25
Member 10th SFG Fort Devens, Fort Carson, Stuttgart.
Two tours Brindisi and worked on Kayak Competition in Maine with MSG Steve Wilson.

jmorgan
08-03-2011, 08:21
79 brief stint in Sig Company
79-81 A-3-10 ODA 314 (Commo) - TS Val Mills, then Filthy Fred Philoon
Reclass to Medic attended 300-F1
82-84 A-3-10 ODA 315 - TS Mike Bingo
DLI late 84-85
85-90 Berlin
90-91 C-3-10 Was Team Sgt on 094
92-2000 Selected for other assigment
2000 Retired

howieb110
08-03-2011, 09:03
Spent time on:

B Co 1/10 ODA 026
C Co 1/10 ODA 035

Then on to SWTG and then USASOC.

mike-munich
08-03-2011, 09:15
Spent time on:


C Co 1/10 ODA 035


What time frame? Know anybody from 032 '88-'91?

howieb110
08-03-2011, 09:47
Sorry I was there 99-2004. I was on 026 and 035(Troop 4).

mike-munich
08-03-2011, 09:52
I see, up at Panzer then. Thank you for your service!

Warchief
08-04-2011, 14:10
Former member of C/2/10 SFGA at Ft Devens from 79-85. I served on ODA 236/233 as an 18D and ODA 232 (065) as an 18D and 18F.

Dirt Farmer
09-03-2011, 08:11
1979-1981 ODA 233, C-2-10, 12B .

hadjiholdblue
10-11-2011, 20:55
wrong thread. my apologies for the previous post

whocares175
10-24-2011, 22:40
On ODA 0316 since i signed in in September. yep, i'ma newb. 18D.

Astronomy
02-15-2012, 12:11
10th SFG(A) Time:

(2/75 77-80; SFQC '80 - 18B... )

SF Det Europe, 18B, 80-81 (Bad Tölz)
ODA 114, 1-10, 18B, 81-83 (Bad Tölz)
ODA 025 (MTN) 1-10 , 18B, 92-94 (Stuttgart)
HSC 1-10 (18F, S3 BN OPS NCO) 94-95 (Stuttgart)
ODA 062 (MOST) 2/10, TM SGT, 95-96 (Carson)
HHC, 10th SFG (GROUP PLANS NCO) 96-97 (Carson)
ODA 024, 1-10, TM SGT, 98-99 (Stuttgart)
ODB 020, 1-10, TM SGT, 99-00 (Stuttgart)
SOCEUR J-5 PLANS SGM, 05-06 (Hey...it's rub-off 10th time ;) )
HHC 3/10 (S3 SGM) 07-09 (Carson)
ODB 0320 (CO SGM) 09-10 (Carson)
HHC 3/10, Assigned JMD to JFSOCC-I/CTC MiTT SGM, Iraq, 10-11

Retired out of 3/10 on 01 Jan 2012

MR2
02-15-2012, 14:37
B/1/10 Tölz Oct78-Oct79

x SF med
02-15-2012, 17:13
Former member of C/2/10 SFGA at Ft Devens from 79-85. I served on ODA 236/233 as an 18D and ODA 232 (065) as an 18D and 18F.

Then he ran away and became a Warrant.... ruined a perfectly good medic...:D

Stras
02-16-2012, 13:27
10th SFG(A) Time:

2/75 77-80; SFQC '80 - 18B...

SF Det Europe, 18B, 80-81 (Bad Toelz)
ODA 114, 1-10, 18B, 81-83 (Bad Toelz)
ODA 025 (MTN) 1-10 , 18B, 92-94 (Stuttgart)
HSC 1-10 (18F, S3 BN OPS NCO) 94-95 (Stuttgart)
ODA 062 (MOST) 2/10, TM SGT, 95-96 (Carson)
HHC, 10th SFG (GROUP PLANS NCO) 96-97 (Carson)
ODA 024, 1-10, TM SGT, 98-99 (Stuttgart)
ODB 020, 1-10, TM SGT, 99-00 (Stuttgart)
SOCEUR J-5 PLANS SGM, 05-06 (Hey...it's rub-off 10th time ;) )
HHC 3/10 (S3 SGM) 07-09 (Carson)
ODB 0320 (CO SGM) 09-10 (Carson)
HHC 3/10, Assigned JMD to JFSOCC-I/CTC MiTT SGM, Iraq, 10-11

Retired out of 3/10 on 01 Jan 2012

Welcome!!!!

JD Don
03-02-2012, 20:02
2/10 1992-2001*
1/10 2001-2005

All team time. Most of it good, some of it not so good, some of it very good!
*One year in DLI (not part of "The Incident")

Cheers

badbob
05-01-2012, 11:18
3/10 ODA 072 & 074 Ft. Devens 87-90

alby502
05-03-2012, 04:22
XO B/1/10, DetCdr 024, 87-90
LNO A/1/10 OPC I 1991
LNO A/2/10 OPC II 1993
Cdr C/3/10 96-97
Cdr GSC 97-98
LNO HHC OIF 2003

greyshade
05-29-2012, 09:22
18E heading to 1/10 in a few days.

Anyone have a contact? Had a few questions, being left in the dark a bit.

Thanks

mike-munich
05-29-2012, 09:44
18E heading to 1/10 in a few days.

Anyone have a contact? Had a few questions, being left in the dark a bit.

Thanks

Not much I can help you with at Panzer, but if there is something on the German side let me know. I'm about 140 mls. south of you in Munich.

mikemac356
08-19-2012, 15:19
B 3/10 ODA 085 and 083 91-95 ( Devens)
95-98 SWC
A 1/10 ODA 014 and 016 98-00 (Stuttgart)
HHC 1/10 BN S3 00-01 (Stuttgart)
A 3/10 ODA 074 01-04 (Carson)

oda321
02-04-2013, 15:24
B co 3rd 10th, Ft Devens
72 to 75
Lived with Hoppy off base in Ayer
Looked up Zambori a few years back in Northern Fl
Team Sgt Trussel
Anybody know what happened to David Hahn

Thanks bring back old memory's.

UWOA
02-18-2013, 23:16
Co B, 10th SFGA 1971-1972; MOS 31542. It was either ODA 21 or ODA 24, don't remember alot because it only had me as the Det Cdr and a SSG 11F. We served as fillers for training (Indiantown Gap, Summer ROTC Camp and a flyaway DA training mission to attack a missile base on Eglin AFB. Otherwise, I spent mos of my time working on updating the area study for our UWOA in a certain country.

Memories of 10th Group: Ski training at Sunday River, ME; the big tree in the middle of Turner DZ that you had to avoid; learning to slack rope rappel on the tower behind Group Headquarters; the Group Dining-In where the field grade officers attended wearing, not dress or mess blues, camouflage tuxedos; and my NCO teaching me how to pick locks.

ntuit1
03-03-2013, 20:39
Geez, guess I missed the thread too. Good to see you at the graduation last year.

Kryptek62
03-11-2013, 14:34
Just reported to 1-10. A co. Glad to startup my career here.