Aco. 4-66 ar desert storm

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ejbuckeye
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Aco. 4-66 ar desert storm

Post by ejbuckeye » Fri Mar 29, 2013 9:49 pm

lookin for 2nd platoon specifically. last I heard from was Thomas back in 99. like to know what yall are up to.
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Bakaruda
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Re: Aco. 4-66 ar desert storm

Post by Bakaruda » Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:05 pm

I was in Bn and supported Delta company in the sand.
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ejbuckeye
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Re: Aco. 4-66 ar desert storm

Post by ejbuckeye » Fri Apr 05, 2013 4:36 pm

good to run into someone that chewed some of the same ground. if you were in support platoon, a guy on my tank sprayed about 200 gallons of fuel on one of the re-fuelers operators. 200 hundred is an exaggeration but he got soaked down. you may remember I know I would have let everyone know. just as he kicked the hemmit into high idle and put the pump on high the nozzle came outa the tanks fuel tank and spayed a man on the ground good while a couple others got some on them too. could have been tragic but turned out good.
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Bakaruda
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Re: Aco. 4-66 ar desert storm

Post by Bakaruda » Sat Apr 13, 2013 8:10 pm

I was in the commo shop.
Sgt Cary W. Snyder
D 6th Training BN Fort Sill OK. 9/83-2/84
D btry 2-61 ADA Camp Staton Korea 2/84-3/85
C Company 2/47 Inf Fort Lewis WA. 3/85-8/86
HHC 2/72 Armor Camp Casey Korea 8/86-8/87
A Company 9th Cav. Fort Knox KY. 8/87-7/89
HHC 4/66 Armor 3rd ID Ready Kaserne Germany 8/89-5/92
D Company 4/66 Armor Desert Storm 12/90-5/91
A Company 2/187 INF Fort Campbell KY. 5/92-2/94
Once a Soldier Always a Soldier!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Aco. 4-66 ar desert storm

Post by redfish » Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:54 am

ejbuckeye wrote:good to run into someone that chewed some of the same ground. if you were in support platoon, a guy on my tank sprayed about 200 gallons of fuel on one of the re-fuelers operators. 200 hundred is an exaggeration but he got soaked down. you may remember I know I would have let everyone know. just as he kicked the hemmit into high idle and put the pump on high the nozzle came outa the tanks fuel tank and spayed a man on the ground good while a couple others got some on them too. could have been tragic but turned out good.


I would have to say that is awful. No shower or nothing. Maybe another uniform or by then, maybe not. Soaked in diesel. Damn that would suck.
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