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Ronald (Ron) Brownlie |
Served Aug 1967 - Aug 1968
Military Order Of The "Purple Heart"
14 JUN 2017

James Mac Millan |
phone 302 468 0355
14 JUN 2017 - 1966-1967 A company

Eugene C Reynolds Jr | |
I was with D Company 1st ENG BN in Germany which was my first unit and to me that was a honor in itself to be part of it and to also be in the 1st INF DIV I was in a line platoon at first then moved got moved over to the support platoon driving the 5 tons and also doing refueling for the company i was also for a time the company photographer before I left Germany I was there from 1984 to 1986. Am always searching for former members that were there the same time as me.
31 MAY 2017 - D Company 1st ENG 1984 -1986

Amilcar Cuevas Colon |
I was the NBC NCO.
3 APR 2017 - B co.1990/92

James Sisk |
My father, Chaplain (CPT) Leroy Sisk served as battalion chaplain in 1966-67 in South Vietnam. He wrote a book covering the unit's operations in Vietnam from October 1965 till March 1967. If anyone is interested in finding out more about this - feel free to email me.
17 FEB 2017 - 1st Engr Bn, Big Red One

Daniel Simmons | |
I was with D company 1st Engineers in Nue Ulm Germany from 1976 thru 1978. Seeing if any of the old guys are still around.
17 FEB 2017 - D Co 1st Engineers

Scott Bierly |
My grandfather was Harry S. Bierly. He was born April 1, 1891in Eckley, Luzerne County Pennsylvania. In 1916 he was stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas as part of C Co.1st Engineers which became part of the 1st Infantry Division in France in 1917.
He participated in at least 4 major campaigns: Montdidier- Noyon, 913 June 1918; Aisne Marne, 18 July 6 August 1918; St. Mihiel, 1216 September 1918; Meuse-Argonne, 26 September 11 November 1918. He was awarded Silver Star, a purple heart with an oak leaf cluster, and the World War I Victory Medal.
After the war, he earned a degree in Civil Engineering from Drexel and took a job in St. Petersburg, FL with the Veterans Administration helping to design their new hospital.
4 JAN 2017 - 1916-1919

Andrew Corrow |
My Grandfather was in the 1st Engineers. His name was Francis J. Roderer. He was born in St. Johnsbury, VT in 1892. He enlisted October 31, 1913. He served in the Mexican Campaign and Punitive Expedition. He subsequently went to OCS at Fort Leavenworth and was commissioned April 1, 1918. I have his original commissioning certificate on my wall. I'm not sure his exact deployment date overseas. I do have a postcard he sent to his mother but there is no date on it. He served in Germany with the Army of Occupation through 1919.
19 DEC 2016 - F Co., 1st Engineers, WWI (My Grandfather)

Mike Matlock | |
I served with the first Engineers, from 84-86. Participated in Reforger, as well as numerous "vacations" to the Mohave. I have been looking for a Michael Campbell from Iowa that I had served with. Any help would be appreciated. " Through these drros, pass the best combat Engineers in the world". Anyone remember that sign above Charlie companys doorway to the barracks?
30 NOV 2016 - 1st BN., C CO.

Frank Kirkella, from NJ, served HHC, 1st ENG BN, 1st INF. Rome plow operator west of Saigon, 10/67-10/68. Painted on his plow, 'KIRK'S LAW'. PH & Army Comm w/'V'.
Anyone served with him?
Welcome home!
17 NOV 2016 - USNMCB-5 Seabees 12/67-7/68

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