93rd eng bn
Sorry guys this page is 93rd eng battalion construction from Vietnam. Not 93rd eng co FB
I was there also with 93rd from Jan 30th 1977 to May 18th 1978, when I transferred to 38th Engineer Co. (PB-MGB)
93rd Eng. Co (FB) Ken Schultz
I was at Nelligen Kaserne 93rd Eng Co (FB) from 1960-62. Began driving bridge trucks, went on to supply & drove 21/2ton picking up materials, mess hall supply andammunations & arms at Hoensfelz (?). Had many good times in the field building bridges in Ingelstadt, Regansburg, Spire. Currently... More
i was in camp castle 67-68
93rd engr d co.
went to 36th engr
810 614 9188
65 to 67
My friends and I designed the River King logo with the Alligator holding the Jayhawk. The gator is from cartoons about the Florida Gators that appeared in columns by Lamar Sparkman
I was in Nelligian with the 93rd bridge company from 74-76
THE 93RD LEFT SEATTLE,06/1967 ON THE USNS UPSHUR,NOT THE USHER.
We actually left for Viet Nam from Tacoma, not Seattle, on the Usher Troop Ship. Thanks for the name...I had forgotten it was called Usher. I remember it was pretty tight going and the noncoms kept everyone below decks for most of the trip across the Pacific, but toward the final days at sea,... More
93rd Engr Bn, D Co, Deployed to Viet Nam
We left on a troop ship, the "USHER" from Seattle, 2Jun67. Twenty days later we landed in VN. We flew and trucked to a place outside of Tan An. We built tent frames, latrines, our protective berm whatever for 5 weeks. Our CO was Donald S Dusenbury....a West Point ring knocker who was dense when... More
93rd Engr Mine Sweep Demolition Team
Stationed at Dong Tam from sept. 69 to Nov. 70. I was a member of the Sweep Team that worked on the QL4 Highway project. Swept the road every morning for the American RMK construction crew and provided security as well.