My father was with this unit in the Phillipines in WW 2. Never talked to me about it but overheard stories when he would drink with fellow vets. Doubt anyone still alive that was there. Would like to hear from anyone who knew any one with this unit.
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Served 1982-1983 b company 13th engineers
Amazing video, genuinely a good quality, this YouTube video touched me a lot in terms of quality.
Served in Camp Kaiser, Republic of Korea, with Company A 13th engr from 1967-1968
Served from May 84-Jul 85, HHC in the S-1. Went through Light Fighter/Sapper training in 85. My boss was SFC Daniel A.C. Salviejo. PAC Supr and SSG Lee V. Wilson, PSNCO. I was a 12B but was pulled to the S-1. We were supposed to be able to wear "Light" tab, but got shut down by DOD. Oh well, glad to sign in with some info from the old days...haha
Served in Fort Ord with the 13th 1982-1985
Herb I was with E Co form 4-1970 to about 6 or 7 - 1970, That was when the 7th Inf left Korea. Hope to see you in Branson, Mo this September at the 13th Engineer reunion, Gene Reed
I served in E company 13th Engineer Battalion Camp Casey, (Dongducheon) from Sept. 1969 till Oct. 1970. We were still in the old post Korean War Quonset Huts and heated our hooches with Diesel heaters. We'd get them read hot and cook our ramen on them. Those who were there with me remember that we had the best damn time of anyone anywhere! I still have my yearbook. And miss the great times. Spec4 Edson, how many times did you re-enlist just to stay there? And Mac (McCormick), you and I had some hellish fights wrestling matches for best friends. Good God it was great! Sgt. Manning
A Co 13th combat eng ft ord calif 1974 - 1975
I served with the 13th Combat Engineers assigned to the 7th Infantry Division. I was in Inchon. Does anyone out there remember me?
Looking for the unit my Grandfather was assigned to during WW2, Algerian Island campaign.
Nov.22,2017 checking to see if I can work this time.