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I talk with his oldest son everyday. I make it a point. The family is fine. The Army took care of his widow. They miss their Dad and I know that this morning was hard on them like his birthday and Father's day. Thank you for asking.Still hard to believe/accept. . . :-(
Anyone know how Davids wife and sons/daughters are doing?
Polk is prob being used a a Mobilization point for Nat. Guard or Reserve Soldiers.All painted desert tan, seemed odd at Fort Polk.
Yes, it figures. I only said that because I remember everything being OD there when I was young.Polk is prob being used a a Mobilization point for Nat. Guard or Reserve Soldiers.
Their vehicles are painted for the Theater of Operation they will be deployed to.
Or it could be an active duty unit stationed a Polk that is headed over there.
More like 40 plus years, in fact my vehicle in Korea 9B4425 (serial) was in service for one or two years before I got it and that was in 1963. For that matter so were the M113's we had there too.Whats even more amazing is when you get the HERC's.. They look brand new, but are all on 30+ year old M88 and M88A! chassis... They do some great work at the rebuild facility.