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FIRST CAV DIVISION

I spent over a decade serving in the United States Army. After my honarable discharge, I re-enter military service with the Virginia Defense Force. Currently I am a member of the New York Guard

 

 

Veterans of the Famous First Cavalry Division are invited to attend an organizational meeting of the Central New York First Cav Association, Sun Apr 29. The meeting will be held at Dennys Restaurant of 1440 West Genesee St ( @ the intersection of Erie Blvd W ) in Syracuse. We will begin with an optional dinner at 1530 hrs. The organizational meeting will be called to order promptly at 1645 hrs. For further information you may go to http://voiceofaction.com/about4.html. You may also call Bob at 422-4401 or email at FIRSTTEAMSUPPLY@AOL.COM

 

 

Note:  Some info went out stating  the meeting, with an incorrect date,  would be 25 April.  

          The correct date is Sunday,  April 29 th . 

My Duty Stations

 

  In April of 1983, I had completed my inprocessing at the 15th AG Replacement Det.  I was told to return after lunch to be sent to my unit of assigment.   I had initally been assigned to  Company A, 15 Supply & Transporation Bn.   Upon returning to the Replacement Det, I was informed to report to the III Corps  CRIT - Coprs Readiness Inspection Team.   The CRIT was in immideate need of a supply NCO.   I suppose I was in the right place at the right time!  After a short interview with the OIC I was attached to  III Corps for duty with the CRIT.   My assigned unit  (15th S&T) requested I be re-assigned so they could fill that slot with a "warm body".  I was then offically assigned to HHC, 1 Bn 8th CAV.  Since that unit did not have any slots for my MOS ( 76P30) I was carried on the morning report as "excess"   I reported there once a month to pick up my LES!  In Novemeber,  III Corps decided to change one-half of all inspectors to a civillian slot.  Thus I was sent back to my unit.  Due to a regorizanation, the 1/8 Cav was now authorize a  76P30 SSG.  My job would be to supervise the consolated PLL/TAMMS office.    Since, the change had not officaly taken place, I  went to Company B as Supply sgt.  I worked as a  76Y30  until a MOS qualified NCO arrived.  That happened about 8 months later.  I then actually became supervisor of the BN Maint  Supply office.   Nine months later, I was once again assigned to HHC to replace the Admin NCO who was on PCS orders.  I remained  in the Ordley room until I PCSed to Alaska in Jan 86.  I was then assigned to  DMMC,   Div Support Command, 6th Inf Division,  Fort Richardson, Alaska

After my discarge from the Active Army I have continued my duty with:  

Dec 92 - 8 Dec 97        C Company, 1st Bn, 4th Bde,  VIRGINIA DEFENSE FORCE

 Oct 06-                         1st Bn 3rd Reg,  NEW YORK GUARD

My military schooling

Aug 70-Oct 70 Basic Combat Training Fort Dix NJ Oct 70-Nov 70 AIT - Stock Control and Accounting Specalist Fort Lee, Va http://www.quartermaster.army.mil/ Nov 70-Mar 71 OJT - Depot Operations, Atlanta Army Depot (Now Ft Gillem)

How to contact me for military related correspondence

To contact me send email to FIRSTCAVSUPPLY@AOL.COM

HONORS

MEDALS AND RIBBONS

                       ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL

                        GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (3rd Awd)

                         NCO LEADERSHIP MEDAL 

                         OVERSEAS SERVICE RIBBON

                         NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE RIBBON

                         ARMY SERVICE RIBBON

 

                         Soldier of the Quarter  2nd Qtry FY 73

                        United States Army Material Command, Europe