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The 66th provided direct support to the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment.
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|Bldg 3141, ESC-K which housed the Light Engineer Platoon was taken over by the 5th Maintenance Company and ESC-K for use of a Small Arms Repair Area and Refrigeration repair area respectively||Source: Email from John Ballard, 538th Maint Co, 1969- John has also provided comments on his assignments to and the|
|More than 11,000 line items of issue are stocked in the ordnance supply section, headed by Sfc Agneu Stanley||Many of those cited changes, re-organizations, and re-designations did NOT happen as listed [planned]|
|In the past years, complete shut-down wall-to-wall inventories were conducted with little support to customers during inventory periods||A and assumed the duties of Battalion Training NCO|
|The German town of Hockenheim has become synonymous with motor racing thanks to its famous circuit, which has transformed from a high-speed blast through the forests to a thoroughly modern autodrome||- The reporting period is 1 January 1976 to 20 June 1976|
|"Stock records weren't always accurate when they were done by hand," Munno said||There was talk of us beginning work on the first Vulcan-Chaparral equipped tank|
|" said Capt Dean A||" 8907th Civilian Support Group Related Links:|
|The intra-Battalion sports program continues with active support from the units||The 8903rd CSG received a certificate of achievement and plaque Sept|
|The company replaces engines and services some 1,000 wheeled vehicles and 450 tracked vehicles||Photo: Sp4 J|
|; and 43rd Ord||371st Ord Det IFCR T-38 Wiesbaden  supporting 443rd AAA Bn? One of the funniest sights that I saw while working there was in one of the far back lots; there were three really large anchors for ships and nobody knew when or how they got there|
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