Submitted by Name: charlie jarrell From: Milton Delaware E-mail: Contact
Comments: My father passed away yesterday at 12 noon of heart failure, he was a tank commander in the 11th calv M troops, he retired a sgt major Edward Jarrell if any of you great guys knew him i would love to hear from you, i know he served 2 tours in Vietnam and i also know he loved all of you
Admin reply: On behalf of our family and of the 11th ACVVC womens group we are truly sorry to hear of your loss. Although we did not personally know you father, we do know that he was a true American hero. Please know that he is there with his buddies that have gone on before him are once again together in Fiddlers Green. Bob Moreno - 11th ACVVC Board of Directors Barb Moreno - 11th ACVVC Womens Director
Added: November 22, 2010
Submitted by Name: Otis
Comments: This is a new style of Guestbook that we had to change to because of spammers, it should be easy to use and hopefully stop the spammers.
Added: November 22, 2010
Submitted by Name: otis
Comments: Eric & Renee Baker
On Nov.21,1966 Lt Neil Keltner lead a convoy on highway 1 from Long Bien to the new Blackhorse base camp under construction near highway 2 in Xuan Loc. As the convoy moved west near the village of AP Hung Nghia the lead ACAV C-22 reported it was taking small arms fire. With in minutes the Viet Cong 274th regiment launched a full scale ambush, destroying C-18 & C-13 and some 2 1/2 ton trucks. As the troopers fought back taking cover out of the burning vehicles, Lt Keltner & the crews of C-23 & C-16 returned to help & rescue the other troopers still in the kill zone. With help from George Kinback & other air support, they aggressively fought back causing the Viet Cong to brake contact & flee.
This experience has been kept alive by my wifes father Bill Waller(C-troop 66-67) & others who were there for over 40 years. With Bill passing in 2007, it has been our turn to teach our children they way they taught us. That day took the lives of Russell L Halley, Harry L Powers, Jimmy L Rhodes & Ray E Johnson but not their memory, not their story. As we all sit down & give thanks this week, let's be thankful for all the 11th ACR troopers who returned to base camp with their fallen on Thanksgiving day 1966.
Eric,Renee,Jordan & Madison Baker
EVERYONE, PLEASEE HELP THE LADIES GROUP OUT. WE ARE IN NEED OF STILL MORE RECIPES. SEND THEM TO ME NOW!!! WE HAVE RECIEVED NONE FROM THE BOARD MEMBERS. ALSO LADIES, GO TO THE WOMENS CORNER - WE HAVE A FEW WHO HAVE SENT IN THINGS FOR OUR ANGEL BOXES. GET YYOURS IN NOW!!
Hello Everyone; My laptop fell off of my computer table this afternoon and broke. You all know that I can't possibly be without my computer so, we went out and bought me my Christmas present early. The e-mail address is the same but unfortunatly I have lost ALL my saved info. SO, if any of you sent me any recipes since the reunion PLEASE send them to me again. And if you haven't yet sent any please send them NOW. Our plans are to submit everything to the publisher by the beginning of May so we can have it in time for the St. Louis reunion. Looking forward to hearing from all of you.
Barb 11th ACVVC Women's Director
The VFW in Clyde, NC, is honoring all Clyde men who were killed in Vietnam. One of the soldiers being honored is Sgt. Charles C. Matthews, who served in the 11th Armored Cavalry, D Company, and was killed August 13, 1969. The event will be Veterans Day, November 11th, at 11:00 a.m. in the Clyde Town Square.
have new email will answer all who write i was in e trp 68/69. total of 221/2 years army. now photographer rvstudios evansville in looking forword to reuion 11 will be their hope to see you all there 2 yrs college and still cant spell good see you st. louis
Greg Barkham Sr.
November 11TH. 2010 Thank you ! William Joseph Scherle Jr. Johnny Calvin Preston E troop 2nd Squadron 11TH ARMORED CAVALRY ,USARV MAY 24 1967 RIP THANKS TO ALL VETS especially my uncle Billy .You are not forgotten.Any info about either MR.Preston or uncle Billy would be apprieciated.THANKS AGAIN TO OUR HEROS.
Barb Moreno / Women's Director 11th ACVV
To all women of the Blackhorse, if you come to the Ladies meetings or not,PLEASE go to the Womens Corner on the main page. We have some important news about one of our ladies who needs our help and prayers. thank you Barb M.
Rance Jurevwicz, Capt., USA, Ret
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Louis J. Lagasse Jr.
Hello to you'll. I am better known as Ripflash. I am hoping that someone out there remembers who I am. I think of my buds every day, and wonder how many of my company returned home safe? I am from New Orleans,Louisians. Home of the Saints football team. I now live near Baton Rouge,Louisiana. In a small town called Ethel,Louisiana. It is very country and quite. No more big city for me! If anyone out there thinks they remember me please contact me at the E-mail address above. It is my wifes' address. Hope to hear from you'll soon. God Bless The U.S.A.!
Can someone tell me how to get in touch with someone from the Quartermaster Store. I have tried several time by e-mail with no response. There is no telephone number listed on the page. Thanks,
I am trying to get information on my time in Viet Nam. I am trying to get va medial help but I have blocked out almost everything while I was there. I would like camp maps,campains,ambush dates from 4-167 thru 5-3168. I know I was on a lot of ambush patrols but cann't remeber anything about them. I travelled with 1st., 2nd., and 3rd. squadron. The VA wants dates and places and my mind has block them all out.
PLEASE HELP THE BLACKHORSE LADIES BY SUBMITTING YOUR FAVORITE "PARTY TYPE" RECIPES TODAY. WE ARE ANXIOUS TO GET OUR NEXT COOKBOOK SENT TO THE PRINTERS SO IT CAN BE PROOFED AND READY FOR YOU TO PURCHASE AT THE NEXT REUNION. TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, RELATIVES. TO CONTRIBUTE THIER FAVORITES TOO. WE CANNOT MAKE THIS POSSIBLE WITHOUT YOU. HELP US HELP YOUR ORGANIZATION. SEND YOUR FAVORITES NOW
Ladies, I have posted the requirements that we agreeded to at the Washington DC reunion, on the women's site. To view them scroll down from the main page until you come to the Women's Corner.
Hoping to hear from all of you soon
Thanks Fred!!! I checked my charge card bill on line and the Hyatt had charged us for the 3 days we were there and then another day-$159.16. I called and they could not explain why but said they will fix it. I will have to check my charge card bill in 3-5 days.
I'm looking for a picture of Lt DETERS, DAVID from 1/11 How Batt who served with me. He was an FO with C troop ans possibly A troop.
Update on the Women's Corner. Yes it appears to be back up however, when you go to signthe guestbook it will take you directly to my email. This will be used until they can get things fixed right. the important thing is to USE IT!!!!!
Ladies, our Women's Corner is back up and running. Now let me hear from you.
Ladies who attended the Ladies Meeting at the reunion. It appears that for whatever reason our site here (Womens Corner) has shut down. I do still need a listing from each of you as to your address, email and etc. So please e-mail it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I will then attempt to put together a mailing list for all
Hey to anyone that stayed at the Hyatt during our reunion, check to make sure you wern't charged for anything you didn't charge to your room.Thanks,FRED
Attended the 8/28 Restore Honor rally in DC. Unbelievable display of patriotism and camaraderie by all 11ACR Troopers present in DC. Spent some time with 11ACR along the border in Germany in 80's. Class act then, class act now. God Bless all who "Rode with the Black Horse".