Served in B Co as a heavy equipment operator in 62-63. This was my first duty station after AIT. During that time B Co moved north. I do not remember the name of the camp. I did work on the road from which you could see the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea.
Miss everyone always
B company 13th engineer 66 67 help building the towers across the 38 parallel from fort beaver and hhc camp Casey 66 67
13th engineer at a company 2nd division dmz 1966 67 camp Casey and Fort beaver
Well, I felt it was time to make it "official" and sign the guest book. Actually, I am a member, but I wanted to send greetings to all - especially with the two holiday seasons coming up. Wishing all of you warm and happy Thanksgiving and a very Merry Christmas! Bob Julian B Co., 1959-1960
13th engineers hq.co 1965 & 66
Grandson of T/Sgt. Olin Maxwell Koontz, 1 1 3th Engineers, WWll. Thanks to everyone for there service.
Sappers Lead The Way C company. fort Ord. 1988-1992
B CO. 13TH ENGR BN 2ND PLT 1985-1988 FT.ORD,CA. 7TH INFANTRY DIVISION
I served in B CO 13th Engr Bn 2nd plt 2nd side chort (light) 1985-1988
Thanks Raymond for checking in all is good on my end just keeping busy and staying out of trouble or at least trying.
Just wanted to check in and get roll call. Hope everyone is doing fine.
Served at Camp Kaiser, Korea A company 13th Engineer Btln from Dec 1969 - Feb 1971
I Look forward to get my computer back on line as it should after it was hacked into by some unknown person. I Must look at all these fine veterans and talk to them on this web site. I am the President of this great organization and look forward to our next reunion
I was in the 13th Engineers in 1975 to 1978. I was in I was in the 13th Engineers in Fort Ord in the years 1975 to 1978. I was there for the reactivation of the 13th and the 7th. I was in A Company, 1st platoon, 1st squad until they moved me to HHC platoon, A company to be the CO's driver. Field duty was great after that, no more sleeping in pup tents, no more C-rations. ARTEP training was fun after that.
D Company Platoon Leader, 1328, 13th. Engineer BN, 7h. Infantry Division,, Camp Casey, Korea. July 1962 thru December 1962. Company Commander: Captain Jerry Kolb
Was with the 13th 81-83
"To those who have fought for it, Life has a flavor that the protected will never know!"-Vietnam soldier saying- Mission accomplished!! Our nation called and we answered that call and did it well. Proud to be a Vietnam Veteran! Courage on the Mountain-Captivating, True, Free on Amazon Prime- Glad that you made it home Brother! courageonthemountain.com
We welcome everyone and really like to hear all the different experiences. If you have some humorous experiences that’s not X-rated, Earl would love to hear them and perhaps put them in our newsletter that he is the editor of does a great job! Tom Cotton Korea 58’-58’. l3th QM