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Anyone Served in 3RD ACR?

Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by MR. TWISTER, Nov 4, 2006.

  1. MR. TWISTER

    MR. TWISTER

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    I served in the 3RD ACR from 1992-1994 at FT. Bliss TX. Enjoyed some of time spent there and accross the border! Anybody else?

    Brandon:thumbsup:
     
  2. Deadbolt

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    We were in the Regiment around the same time. I got to Ft. Bliss in the spring of '92. Col. Ivany was a hell of a Regimental Commander. He cared about his troops and listened to his NCO's. I enjoyed my time with the 3rd ACR.
    Brave Rifles! - Blood and Steel!
     


  3. diver41

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    That was shortly before they moved out to colorado.
    I wasnt in the unit but did load there vehicles on trains, truck, and airplanes several times. Col Ivany, was he the one with the issue about the conference room??
     
  4. Deadbolt

    Deadbolt

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    There was a new Col. of the Regiment by the time of the move to Ft. Carson.
     
  5. GLK19

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    I was with L Troop from 9/83-10/84 and yes Ciudad Juarez was a fav stomping ground !
     
  6. MR. TWISTER

    MR. TWISTER

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    I believe COL. Ivany (64th) left in 1993 I remember we didn't like his replacement as well because the new Col. didn't believe in coming out of the field for weekends!
    Brandon
     
  7. Deadbolt

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    Yeah, the 65th Col of the Regiment... Col Young was relieved of his command. He drove morale into the crapper.