Old 08-23-2007, 21:09   #121
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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?
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Old 08-23-2007, 22:29   #122
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TR, did he still have that red Porsche Targa?
Sure did.

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Old 08-24-2007, 21:27   #123
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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...
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Old 08-24-2007, 21:42   #124
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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...
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Old 09-21-2007, 16:16   #125
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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))
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Old 09-22-2007, 11:43   #126
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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.
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Old 09-24-2007, 00:49   #127
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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.
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Old 10-12-2007, 13:58   #128
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Old 10-28-2007, 23:31   #129
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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
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Old 10-29-2007, 18:12   #130
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Old 03-15-2008, 12:55   #133
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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.
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Old 03-15-2008, 14:10   #134
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[QUOTE=Judgeroybean;202928] I believe before "Maj" Moroney, wasn't there a Major General Thomas (General was his first name) in B Co?
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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.. 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.
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Old 03-15-2008, 15:21   #135
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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....
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