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W.J. Schweitzer 107th Cavalry
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Name: Tom Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2016-03-21 Comments:
The picture of the receivers and transmitters on the back of the horse caught my eye on a broadcasting page on Facebook. Looking through your website I then noticed that Lt. Walter J. Schweitzer was married 4 days after my parents (my father was in the dental corps during WW2). He was also born 3 months after my father in 1918. Quite a coincidence. Thanks for the history lesson!
Name: mary arthur <email@example.com> Date: 2015-05-05 Comments:
I thank you with all my heart for this site. It really brings to life the heart and soul of these men and the times. My own father belonged to 107th. His name was William B. Crowell. He was a Guideon I think is the correct term. Our family also has some pictures of this time. Thank you over and over again. I love the stories and pictures.
Name: frank lopez <https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=198368690239802&ref=bookmark> Date: 2015-03-01 Comments:
Great page. Keep up the good work to preserve our history.
Name: Thomas J. Leonard <Troopamg@aol.com> Date: 2015-02-24 Comments:
Formally of the 104th Cavalry 1983-2000.
Name: Mary Kay Herschede Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2014-09-23 Comments:
A history of the Herschede Family is "in the works". My father was Dick Herschede who played polo with the Cincinnati Polo Club. I'm having a hard time finding info and am trying to understand the connection between the Polo Club and the 107th Regiment Horse Cavalry of the National Guard. My Mom kept a scrapbook, basically every game as reported in the Enquirer.
I would appreciate knowing the best website that might give me insight as to what my Dad did as a member of the 107th. between the years of 1933 - 1938.
Mary Kay Herschede Collins
Name: Greg Westen <email@example.com> Date: 2014-06-26 Comments:
I suppose my father's two horses had ID Cards and had Names. I never asked him. Daddy wasn't issued a helmet until he was shipped to England before D-Day. It is very interesting to note that Camp McCoy,Wisconsin had horse cavalry. Doctor Bill Westen was discharged at Camp McCoy in December 1945.
Sincerely, Greg Westen
Name: mick maag <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-10-31 Comments:
thanks for keeping the knowledge and passing it on to many
Name: carol calhoun <email@example.com> Date: 2013-10-10 Comments:
a wonderful history and tribute to the horses we trusted our lives to for so many years-how willingly they learned what we wanted and tried to do their best through all kinds of hardship to their death many times-so many horses-I'm sure some were average but some were so unforgettable-thanks to all who contributed-enjoyed the transport photos-they all knew they were going on some adventure and seemed ready for it.Bless em--
Name: WARREN C. MATHA <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-07-02 Comments:
My father served as an instructor a Ft.Riley for a short time before he voluntarily transferred out to the 1st Cavalry Division, 5th Cavalry Regiment in November 1942.
Name: Kim Capehart <Angellady4261@yahoo.com> Date: 2012-03-05 Comments:
Thank you for this website. I was able to read about my former neighbors, Walt and Irma Schweitzer.
Name: PM Kraushar <email@example.com> Date: 2012-02-02 Comments:
I really enjoyed the website. My dad, Peter Kraushar was in the 107th from 1940-1943 and was at Camp Forest TN and Fort Ord. He went to Fiddlers green in 2004 a few months shy of 90.
Name: Nancy(Sullivan)Boyd <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-01-31 Comments:
My father, Stanley A Sullivan was one of the men who made those 107TH reunions a reality, I was part of those because I took all the reservations for those reunions back in Cincy at the Schulers Wigwam on Northbend rd.I enjoyed watching and listening to all the 107th memories. This blog was certainly interesting to read. My dad died of alzheimers in May of 1996,he would have enjoyed reading this.
Name: John Wellerding <email@example.com> Date: 2012-01-04 Comments:
Very interesting reading and wonderful pictures. One of the pictures is of my father Frank Wellerding at Camp Lucky Strike. It is great to learn more about the 107th C troop and where my dad was stationed. Thank you for this web site!
Name: Greg Krenzelok <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-12-15 Comments:
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