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I'm looking for june-dec basic training fort ord yearbook.Please help in locating.
ebs13@live.com

Please help in locating c-1-3 1974 june-dec basic training Fort Ord
graduation yearbook.
Thanks Edward Stancil

Please help locate my husbands yeard book.He was with HHQ 2BN 3Bdge company c.July-september 1970.Captain Norton and SGT James Mills.

I was in D-2-3 from April-Dec 1970 as a cadre. Anyone have a yearbook from those three cycles they could spare? Would really appreciate it.

Al Cagle,

I was a trainee in 2nd platoon during the June/August cycle in 1970. I don't know if you recall or were even aware of the fact the nearly the entire company consisted of 300 New Mexico boys. Remember the barracks only had five platoon bays? 6th platoon was quartered at the wooden barracks down the road and had to get up earlier than the rest of the company so as to meet up with us for morning formation.

Perhaps some day I will find my long lost yearbook in which case I'd be happy to digitize and share it with everyone. In the meantime I'll keep searching ebay for a copy.

I was in H-2-3 "WETSU" from Oct. thru Dec. 1969, our D.I was Sgt Fernandez, I will never forget him. If any one has any information during this BCT in Fort Ord I would appreciate a return message.

Thanks,
John Ayres
Arroyo Grande, CA
jayres4ag@aol.com

Trying to find dad's yearbook from H-1-1 Jan-March? 1966. Thanks. Lawrence K. Hubbell was his name. Even if someone has it in digital copy to look at would be great.

To those searching for yearbooks, please contact the DLI Archives. They can help you!

The wonderful archivist can be contacted here: lisa.crunk@us.army.mil

Wishing you lots of luck,
Enid
Planetord.com

LOOKING FOR FORT ORD BASIC TRAINING YEAR BOOK GRADUATED OCT 1967 "A21" LEAN AND MEAN RAW.......TOOK BASIC TRAINING ON THE HILL CEMENT BLDG.......ANY INFO DEEPLY APPRECIATED...THX BBROHAM

I was in A-2-2 in 1967 did riot control at Monterey Pop festival

I was in C-1-3. Inducted March 4, 1970. Arrived Fort Ord and spent a few days in the old WWII barracks getting our kit and spent one bad day on KP. Every other window had to stay open because of Meningitis. Remember the Magggot Tags. I had to take some specialized tests for 3 days after training. After one of the tests I snuck over to the PX and bought a transistor radio. The PX was off limits. The lady who sold it to me turned out to be my platoon sergeants wife. He let it pass with a wink. We were also sent to watch a race at the Laguna Seca track and were given 2 tickets that we could exchange for beer. It bit us in the ass because we had to double time it back to the barracks and the sand just sucked at your boots.

Hello-

I am trying to find old graduation books from my basic training stint in 1968. Are they available anywhere. I believe I finished basic in the fall of 68.

Thanks, Don

Hello
enlisted 1974 july 23 oh how i would love to have a yearbook, i think i was A-4-3.could someone please help out with locating one.
thank you
steve geiger
torrance,ca

To Frank Walsk: C-1-3
Hey Frank do you remember any of the Drill Sgts. in C-1-3 when you were there. I was there and had Drill Sgt. Sirkin and I remember Drill Sgt Bowers and Smith.

C-1-3...Fort Ord basic Dec 21, 1967. Anyone have a platoon photo?? Lost my copy over the years.

I WAS WITH THE B42 PLATOON , GRADUATION PICTURE WAS TAKEN ON AUGUST 9TH , 1972, PVT CORONA SQUAD LDR, L. HAMM SQUAD LDR, DRILL SGT HYDER SGT , WALKER SQUAD LDR

Please help me find my late uncles yearbook photo: d-3-1 platoon 1 January,7,1969

Hello I just found a couple of my fathers yearbooks from Fort Ord. 6th Infantry Division C Company 1st Infantry Regiment. Also 3 books from 1951 Veterans of World Affairs. Can anybody tell me about them? Thank you Jennifer

I was in fort ord 28 October 1963. A-1-1 up the Hill. Lt.Brown was our C.O. dopes anybody remember. Johann. I live now in vienna AUSTRIA. My home. Johann.

Looking for anyone who knew Donald Lee Bujok. He was at Fort Ord in 1954.He was family and I hear he was discharged on medical issues. I think he was with the 51st infantry. Question, did you also train at rhe Persidio in San Francisco as well?

Kevin B.

I should have said I'm researching for his family not he was family,I'm sorry. Any information you may have on him would be welcome. Did Fort Ord train at the Presidio in SF as well? I have been writing far too much and am tired sorry for the errors!

hello kevin yes I was finishing my training there in that year i do recall this person u speak of he was at the base in the mess hall then punched some cpl thats the last i heard of him and no as far as i know there is no training of basic ait at SF tha tis only for other units and various mos but bucok was not that he was a trouble maker sorry to say

Thank you Coleman Bihn. I need to talk with you as I am doing some very important research. Please e-mail me at ccsdad116@yahoo.com or call me at 941-405-4604 this is very urgent matter....

Does anyone remember the Mikado a Gilbert and Sullivan play being performed at the theater in 1954?

Im looking for my father at fort ord 1958-1960 Harry G McDonough Master Sarjent....

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