Posted on Jun 20, 2015
SGT Thomas Lucken
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1SG Cameron M. Wesson
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Out of 16 months... 8 was at Warrior base... 1 month ar Hovey and 7 months at Casey. .. of course... most of the time of tbe DMZ we were in the field. Good times
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CSM Charles Hayden
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June 54 to Sep 55. 16 months under canvas on a folding cot. At Camp Casey, Sep 54 to Sep 55, I was pleased to be able to walk less than 1 klic to the Engineer shower point. As 7th ID, Signal Co wire maintenance troops we often had wire "outages" that required we take a jeep to repair the "problem anywhere in the 7th ID area.
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I enjoyed my time at Camp Howze, and I guess I'll never forget it ... back in the 1980s. We were close enough to the DMZ to be concerned and have a very interesting job, but far enough away to also have a good time when it was quittin' time.
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SGT Thomas Lucken
SGT Thomas Lucken
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MAJ David Wallace - I was B 4-7 Cav in 87-88.... QRF and DMZ rotations that year. Air Cav the old Blues Platoons, we were on QRF (Quicksaber) once over 3 weeks.
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MAJ David Wallace, I was one of the CI guys on Camp Howze. I was technically with the 102d MI Bn, but I was attached to the 3rd Brigade for CI support. Our office was across the road from Brigade HQ.
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MSG John Melville
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I was assigned to Camp Howze with the 1/32nd Infantry from 77-78. it seemed that everywhere was up hill. We lived through many alerts, border breaches, shot down helicopters. We also pulled armed patrols up at OPs Collier and Ouellette.
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