Vero Beach, Florida
Veterans gathered in Vero Beach at the weekend where we saw some familiar faces - Al Walker who served during Operation WHITE STAR and Bill, of Okeechobee, who served with the 25th Infantry Division. We also encountered, for the first time, Jim, the 199th Light Infantry Brigade's Headquarter Company (HHC) clerk, who bought a copy of "CAMP FRENZELL-JONES", and who said he would be happy to share with us any 199th documentation he may have. On Sunday we met Leonard Wood, of Sebring, who served in Vietnam in 1971-1972 with 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. I was stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, in 1968, which was named for US Army General Leonard Wood, Sr., and, so, meeting someone called Leonard Wood was an experience. We shared tables with Bob Walker, author of "Wearing the Badge: A Photographic Tribute to the American Police Officer", and Bob's charming wife, Kathy (see www.walkersbbooks.com for more details).
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Master Sergeant Ray Bows, US Army (ret.) spent twenty years on active duty including overseas assignments in Korea, France, Vietnam, Germany, and Belgium, with TDY to Crete and Italy.