From June 1990 to Nov 1991 Mobility/Counter Mobility PLT Cco Eschborn and Desert Sheild/Storm Nov 1991 Feb 1993 Bco March 1993 to Dec 1993 HHC Went to HHC 2 Engr Bn Camp Castle Korea Jan 94 to Jan 95 (went to PLDC Camp Jackson, Graduated 5 Nov 94) Jan 95 to March 97 Cco 14th Engr Bn Ets'd March 97 I've been in contact with Andy Francis and Larry moffit frequently through FB and saw Larry in Dec 2014. both are doing great.
Was part of Delta Company November 1986 to November 1991. Transitioned with Delta Company to Bravo Company, 11th ENGR BN, Fort Stewart in November 1991. Retired from active duty in 2006.
89 to 92 B CO 317th Eng
I was in Bco 317th 1990 till 1993.
My service with the 317th ENG BN @ Camp Eschborn Germany was from 1989-1991 until the closing. I was in Charlie and Delta Company. Some of us went to Fort Stewart, while others went to Fort Benning. I went to Fort Stewart. I am excited about this up coming reunion, and I look forward to reuniting with each and everyone of you.
I was there 67-68. Hq co anybody from that time. Think I remember a sg smiley
I was at eschborn from 86-89 some guys might remember me as the guy who had a brindle pitbull named Meagan that ran around post during work hrs killing rabbit's also my wife at the time was Sharon Eckler she was stationed at Drake Edwards.Im looking at the names and having a hard time remembering any of them from my time there.I got out and stayed for a yr before my wife got orders to go to Ft Cambell.
It was an honor to serve with a group of great soldiers. Charlie company, from 89-until the move to Ft. Stewart to form the llth engineers. Looking forward to seeing everyone at the reunion.
Just got message from John Evans hope I can make the reunion see some familiar names 1989-1992 I'll see if I can get one Frazier to come
Eschborn, 317th Charlie Co. 2nd Plt. 1984 - 1986
I was stationed at Fort Benning with 317th from 1995 to 98 I was in Bravo Company as a platoon Sergeant acting first sergeant
Feb 89 til March 92 C Co and B Co can't wait to see my long lost brothers gonna be a good time
I've been retired for a little over a year now and can honestly say all I miss is the comrodery of great people. You can always weed out the idiots from past and present. Most of those I served with were outstanding soldiers and friends. If I can talk my wife into it, I will see you there.
If you served with the 317th Engineer Battalion in 1976 through 1978 at Camp Eschborn, you might have been involved in one or more of these activities: Training “in sector” in and around Alsfeld; working with German Waldmeisters in exercises involving pre-chambered road craters and 5-ton bunkers dispersed in the forest; BRIDGEX at Campo Pond; Squad Testing in the Friedberg Training Area; rafting in the Fulda River; mini-exercises in the small training area in back of the Kaserne; launching Bailey Bridge across the river at Poppenhausen; building Class 60 rafts on the Main; and emplacing all kinds of wire, timber, simulated point minefields, and steel hedgehogs throughout the German forests (and hopefully recovering most of the same); and even attacking the “enemy” (soldiers from the 130th Engineer Brigade Headquarters) inside a German town during an ARTEP; then you can hate any or all of us veterans from the S3 section: Braden, Cuervo, Cunningham, Ferguson, Gaines, Neilson, and Smith (listed alphabetically). Bring back any memories? How about Russian SMLM teams? Still have your SMLM card?
Hello all, I was a medic assigned to Bravo co. Before being switched to the Bn. Sapper Recon plt. I served with the 317th from 98-01.
I was stationed with Dco 317th En from October 1987-October 1989. It was my first time away from home and they made me feel like part of a family, a team. I stayed in the Army until December of 2000, where I resigned while serving as a Recruiter in the Lewistown Station, State College Company, Harrisburg, Recruiting Bn. I look back at my time in the US Army with respect and awe. I have often said that one of the best decisions that I ever made was being a soldier.
Sorry for coming on your page, I still have your 317 badge and Castle Insignia collar badge of the US Army Corps of Engineers, I met some of your guys at Vogelsang army training camp in Germany, I think it was 85/86 we played soccer together and had a great time one of your privates gave me the badges as a monento and now 30 years I have found your site, I think his name was Mark but after all this time I might be wrong, it would be crazy if after all this time if some one remembered our time there e-mail me at [email protected] with any info, tx for your time %uD83D%uDE00
Well, You guts finaly found me. Not that I have been hidding or anything like that. I found my daughter Amy, Who at the time was also with us in Germany. At the age of 3. Yes I am looking foward to the 25th.
Was at camp eschborn Sgt Rehn 1975-1977 HHC battalion maintenance contact truck