Time: October 1, 2015 at 12pm to October 4, 2015 at 12pm
Location: Wyndham Garden Hotel
Street: 815 N Pottstown Pike
City/Town: Exton, PA
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Event Type: reunion
Organized By: Tim White – Reunion Chairman – Twhite@guidonleader.com 717-475-6406
You are invited to the 2015 Reunion of the 2d Cavalry Association. In early October, we will gather in Valley Forge, PA to renew our relationships with old comrades and make new friends.
We will open on Thursday the 1st of October with the opportunity for golf at a private club in the area. That afternoon we will register and enjoy a reception for all. Over the next two days you can tour historical Philadelphia and Valley Forge or be part of the QVC experience. All the while we will share our common service history and tell tall tales about our youthful adventures in the 2d Cavalry. The event will culminate at the Reception and Banquet on Saturday evening.
Learn more by clicking on the Get More Information or Register Now by clicking on that link.
If you can’t make it tell us that by clicking on I can’t make it.
(Best Excuse will get a FREE Custom Reunion Baseball Cap.
If you still have questions after visiting the More Information link please contact Tim White or me.
Finally, thank you for your attention and response. I am looking forward to seeing you, your family and your battle buddies in Valley Forge.
2d Cavalry Association
LTG H. R. McMaster, former commander of Eagle Troop, 2/2ACR during the Battle of 73 Easting, will be a featured speaker at the reunion. Gen. McMaster is currently serving as Deputy Commanding General, Futures/Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center, Fort Eustis, VA.
It’s time to get your entries in for the 2d Cavalry Association 2015 Scholarship Program.
Please click on the link for details.Read More
There are 83,000 missing and unaccounted for Americans from World War II forward, yet many families of the missing have yet to provide a family reference sample to assist in DNA identifications. Currently, 89 percent of Korean War families have provided samples, as well as 83 percent of Cold War families and 81 percent of Vietnam War families, but only 4 percent of WWII families have. The government last year identified 107 MIAs, but more could have been identified—and faster—if more family reference samples were on file. Please forward the following service casualty office contact information to MIA families in your hometown, as well as to local newspapers:
Marine Corps: 800-847-1597
Air Force: 800-531-5501
State Department: 202-485-6106
As some of you may already know, members of the 2d Cavalry Association and the 2d Cavalry’s Reed Museum have teamed up with citizens of the Czech Republic in an effort to locate and identify several MIA’s lost in Czechoslovakia at the end of WW II in Europe. Much progress has been made and we are very hopeful. Let’s bring these boys home to their families.Read More
With the return of the Regiment to Vilseck from their 2013-14 Afghanistan deployment and in honor of their service, artist Jamie Warner has released her newest print to represent the Regiment’s service past, present and future. Her latest print, “The Legacy Continues”, is now available for sale.
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Jamie has graciously committed to a donation of 20% of all sales revenue to the 2d Cavalry Association’s Vilseck Chapter. “The Legacy Continues” is a limited edition of 500 numbered prints, 14” x20” in size. The sale price is $65.00, which includes shipping and handling expenses.
Other Jamie Warner prints available for sale are:
To view more of Jamie’s work you can visit her Facebook page, Art By Jamie Warner.
To purchase prints, contact Jamie directly.
Please click on the following link for details of the 2d Cavalry Association 2014 Scholarship Program:Read More
By Chuck Roberts, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Public Affairs
Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr., commanding general of U.S. Army Europe, reenlists Staff Sgt. Tyronne Jones in a Feb. 19, 2014, ceremony at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany.
In the aftermath of being downed by a gunshot wound during a firefight in Afghanistan, several thoughts came to the mind of Staff Sgt. Tyronne Jones — among them was reenlistment. Sadly, the date and location were not the only things that changed that day.