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Bruce Williamson Email
11/06/11

Unit Co. D 2/7

When and where did you serve with the 1st CAV? 1969-1970

City, State or Country that you live in now? Spokane, Washington

Comments:
Love to hear from anyone that served with Delta Company.


Vincent F. Crum Email
11/05/11

Unit N/A

When and where did you serve with the 1st CAV? Son of WWII Cav Member

City, State or Country that you live in now? Roaring Spring, PA

Comments:
Gentlemen,
I am the son of a WWII 1st Cavalry member. And I am a forth generation combat Vet. Lots of my family has been both Army & Marines.
What I'm about to post here, is in re guards to what I feel is an injustice towards this unit. This is in re guards to the (Black) edge that was placed on the unit patch, because of a negative event in WWII. My father briefly explained this
to me, and after the Battles in Vietnam, where the unit honored its self under fire, then the (Black) edge on the unit patch would be removed. Can you tell me why, when I see 1st Calvary items, hats, pins etc, this black edge still remains ? And I have expressed, my concerns to (Vendors) about the companies making these items.
Or am I confessed about my facts in re guards to this edging ? I have a Prue WWII patch, with a O.D. green edge on it. My dad trained and severed at Fort Carson Col. be for going to fight the Japes over there. I fought in Vietnam 1969-70 in the (I Corp) area, just south of the DMZ Ashaw Valley.
Well this all I have, and I will thank you now for your time with my request for unit info.
With My Deepest Respect,Vincent F. Crum

Webmaster Note: Mr. Crum is not correct. There has never been a black edge put on the patch of the 1st Cavalry Division from "negative events" in World War II or any other war. Visit http://www.1cda.org/division_patch.htm to view the history of the patch. Pins and patches made with a black edge are made incorrectly but the official patch of the First Team has a green edge.


James W Reynolds Email
11/05/11

Unit Tech 5 Medical Detachment

When and where did you serve with the 1st CAV? Phillipines and Japan 1945-1946

City, State or Country that you live in now? La Porte, Indiana, 46350

Comments:
First I knew about this, thanks to my wife, who is trying to find an original 1st Cavalry pin, somewhere I have lost mine, and sure wish I had one.
Great to know there is an Organization like this.
Jim Reynolds
My husband asked me to write to you, I would like you to know this he is now 88 years old and sharp as a tack on his short time in the military. he went into Japan wit the Occupational troops in 45 after the bomb was dropped and Japan surrendered.


Teresa Hunt Email
11/05/11

City, State or Country that you live in now? Tacoma, WA

Comments:
a supporter...


Jimmy Eubanks Email
11/03/11

When and where did you serve with the 1st CAV? My brother served with 1 CAV 1967 died in Vietnam

City, State or Country that you live in now? Palm Springs, Fl

Comments:
My Brother was with the scout and dog team died Dec 7 1967 his Dog was Named Blackie. It was his 21 birthday. I can,t find his name with your Fallen Troopers. His name was SGT George F Eubanks and if anyone remembers him I could never get the correct story on how he went down if anyone remembers him please contact me jimmy143@earthlink.net thank you Jimmy Eubanks

Webmaster Note: SGT George F. Eubanks was incorrectly identified and listed as being a member of C Company, 2-8th Cavalry and was listed on their Book of Honor page. We have corrected our error and listed SGT Eubanks with his correct unit.


BRUCE DYER Email
11/03/11

Unit 1/12th

When and where did you serve with the 1st CAV? 1975-1976 ft hood brigade75 wildflecken germany

City, State or Country that you live in now? dorchester ma usa

Comments:
hoorah


Keith O'Hara Email
11/02/11

Unit CO B 2/5 CAV

When and where did you serve with the 1st CAV? 66 / 67 VIETNAM

City, State or Country that you live in now? APPLE VALLEY, CA USA

Comments:
WOULD LIKE TO HERE FROM YOU MEN OF CO B 2/5 CAV 66/67
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