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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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I was with 11th in 68/69 with HHT first squadrun had lots of good time and some very bad times but wouldn't trade the year I spent in nam for anything. am very proud I served and didn't burn my draft card. Godbless bless each and every one that served and especially the ones who gave all

Added: February 9, 2018
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Ronald Ferguson passed away on Monday, Feb 5, 2018.
Ron served in F Troop, 2/ 11th ACR with 1st Platoon.
Ron was my loader on Sheridan F-19. He was one great trooper. I will miss him.

David Miller

Added: February 6, 2018
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Hello fellow veterans. I'm Markus Genovese. I was in the 1st battalion 9th marines infantry unit USMC.My grandfather recently passed away. He was Richard Edwin Davis Jr. He was in Btry 3/11 ACR June 68- July 69. A few years ago he lost all of his pictures and I was just hoping to find any fellow veterans that served with him and could tell me a little bit about his service and maybe have a picture of him while he was in. Any information would help. Thank you and God bless.

Added: December 30, 2017
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I'm remembering today from 49 years ago. We were with the 919th Engineers
and a bunch of 40# Shape & 40 # Concision Charges. We were going to destroy
the NVA base camp that I found earlier.
We were on a patrol somewhere? Medics weren't allowed in briefings so I don't
know exactly where we were? I think it might have been around the 23rd of Dec.
I was on Lt. Grubber's Track # 36. I noticed some bunkers in a clearing and I
said so. The Lt. asked if anyone else did & nobody did.
We went a little farther & another clearing I saw more bunkers and said so. I also
mentioned the trail with a picket fence on it, & Paul laughed. It pissed me off so
bad that I hopped off the track and walked into the base camp armed only with
my 45 cal service revolver.
Everyone stopped. Lt. Grubber asked, "Doc. what in the hell are you doing?"
That's the base camp I'm talking about.
We had 3 squads of 1st Infantry left out as listening posts. One called in that
they saw 5 NVA walking down a trail smoking and talking, rifles hung on their
shoulder's. They were going to engage them. I tried to get to a raid and tell
them to not engage they were listening posts only, but I was to late.
We lost Spc 5 Leroy Baily that day and a bunch of 1st Infantry. Lt. Grubber
was shot in the arm Cpt Scanlon was shot in the left upper chest. Many others
wounded that day.
I don't remember anybody's real names. My head was injured in a Land Mine
in mid December on G-21.
I was Senior Aid Man after I saved Cpt Salenback on the 3 day patrol from a
Machete wound.
Alvin, Doc. BALL, D-Troop, 2nd Sqd, 11th Armored Cavalry.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot about the General I ran off of the battle field. When I
was bandaging the Cpt. he said, "Doc, get rid of that son of a * * *." I looked
around and asked, "which son of a * * * sir." He said, "the one with all the
stars on his collar." It Was A Very Long Day.
Alvin C. Ball, RA18954450 G-Troop August 1968 to March 1969.

Added: December 30, 2017
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I don't know any of you, but i know that some of you may have served with my father in Vietnam in 1967-1969. My father was a man named Timothy J. Bruton. He was in Vietnam for 3 tours, and was 19 when we went in. My father just passed away the morning of 11/25/17. I just ask that you all pray for him, and that he's at peace with God and himself. I hope that he doesn't have to fight anymore, and the nightly terrors that haunted him are over. My father lived a good life till the age of 70. Thank you all for your support and your service.

Added: November 29, 2017
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