11th Cav Visitors Guestbook





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Thank every one of you all for your sacrifices and your service to our country. It's excellent that you all have this resource to stay in touch, and it was a pleasure to look through your page and read more about the 11th. My grandfather, Donn Starry, commanded the 11th for a time in Vietnam and, growing up, never would shy away from teaching me everything he knew of military history and his time with the Unit. If anyone served with him, I'd love to hear from you. Even if just to say hello.

Added: May 4, 2018
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Remembering ‘Doc’ Spencer & Teeter kia today in 1971

Added: April 24, 2018
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John Cirjack, there are plenty of guys from 2nd Plt that should be able to help you out. Doc Clark was probably around then. If the administrator will give you my email we can get you in touch. I was in D 1/11 5/68-5/69

Added: April 14, 2018
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I served from April 1968 to April 1969. I was a tank driver in Delta Company, 11th Armored Cav., Tank Delta 23. Second Platoon. Lead Tank Driver. On or about May, June, or July of 1968 my tank hit a land mine. I'm not sure what part of the country this incident took place in. If anyone can remember, please contact me: cirjak068@gmail.com

Another incident was around Sept or Oct. 1968, possibly around Loc Ninh, we got ambushed leaving a night time defensive position and as lead tank driver took RPG hits to the gun shield and front slope of the tank. I was wounded during this action. If anyone recalls this action please contact me at: cirjak068@gmail.com


Added: April 8, 2018
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I just got the letter yesterday! Hell yeah I'm going to join. I'm so excited to hear from you guys I could bust! I'm in contact with some of my 11ACR buddys on Facebook, so you can count on hearing from them too! Thank you so much for reaching out to me!

ALLONS!


Added: April 1, 2018
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Sabers has always been from the beginning with cavalry, 11 is Blackhorse, when people see your pin they usually say Blackhorse, MY own opinion i consider Medics cooks, acavs,choppers, howitzers, personnel, commo, etc i could go on it is endless who sereved in the cav, sry and horse soldiers. and they are all cavalry. Not as well known as Blackhorse, but there were other armor units in the army as well as the marines. in Vietnam

Added: March 31, 2018
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I have a question that's never got the answer.
how come our unit pin is crossed sabers with 11 centered.It should be sabers with a tank, 11th armored cav. excuse my spelling


Added: March 25, 2018
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I was hoping someone here might remember my father, Sgt/SSgt Tom Danielson. If my memory serves, he was in-country 71-72, and spent most of his time, I believe in Cambodia.

Added: March 20, 2018
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Wondering if anyone here remembered my Dad. 1st SGT/ SGM Paul Nedorvich. Thanks guys.

Added: February 19, 2018
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Hi, Helping a friend who is looking for old friends. His name is Anthony Crudele was in E Trp 2/11 ACR from Nov 70 – Nov 71 on vehicle E-18. If you served with him you can email me or contact vfw post 3448. Thanks, Joe

Added: February 11, 2018
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