Co. B 33rd Sig Bn Sgt. J H Turner
(James H Turner)
I was a Sgt. in Co. B 4th Plt. My room mate was Sgt. Alvin C Yates. I spent 2 years in the unit from Nov. 68 to Nov. 70. I had a wild time there and enjoy most of it. ( THE COLD I DIDN'T LIKE) Capt. Mike Kraus was my Co. Comander. Back then we called him THE OLD MAN. He was a good Guy. It was an... More
I Remember Capt Castro
You mentioned your hf platoon. I was in the wire platoon. I dont remember us having actual numbered companies. Left there in 63. Have tried to find some of the other guys. When I go there in 62 there were seveal guys that got extended due to Berlin, boy they were not happy!
sfc R N Boldon RET
Looking for anyone that was @ Fort Richerson,Alaska in Co. B 33rd signal BN from feb 64 till Aug 1965.
My e-mail is email@example.com I was a PFC @ that time.
no...havent heard from anyone else that was there with us...Ive tried a facebook search for Danny Norman and a few more but no luck...
CO of 33ed
And following LTC Ford, the commander was a very good guy, LTC Albert Cervini
I remember Gene's mural . It's been a long time since I've even thought about it . Any word from Gene or anyone from Tropo ?
I have a picture of the mural Gene painted in the day room. I was in Tropo with SGT Wasem.
just joined and can post if site allows
CO of 33d in (late) 1966 was Col. Marksteiner
USARAL Signal Officer was Col. D. Davis (or "D2"). After Col. Davis was Col. Clark Irving.
Lt. Col Chuck Ford succeeded Col Marksteiner as 33d Signal Battalion CO - I think in 1967.
33rd Signal May 64- Feb 66
Kevin, I worked in the battalion office with Maj Averill and Sargeant Major Kakac while I was there. When were you with 33rd?
Gary, I was company clerk & classified doc clerk for 33rd at Ft Richardson, Anchorage 64-66. 33rd was parent Bn. My best to you.