Fort Dix Transfer Company, December 1967, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM I set my B-4 bag down on the walkway while I adjusted my collar and straightened my tie. I buttoned my coat. My uniform didn’t fit well after gaining 15 pounds on my 45 day leave at home following Korea. With a deep breath, I climbed the steps and entered theContinue reading “Fort Dix Transfer Company, December 1967, From the Archives”

KP, Basic Training, Fall 1965, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM I was up and through the showers and lacing my boots when the Fire Guard came into the bay to wake up the KP crew. We had to be in the kitchen by 5:00 AM. I was in the kitchen waiting for the cooks and the rest of the KP crewContinue reading “KP, Basic Training, Fall 1965, From the Archives”

Trip to Münster 

D. E. Larsen, DVM I sat my stuff on Smouse’s desk and watched as Moyer had guys scurrying about gathering every possible piece of test equipment that I may need. They had a car delivered from the motor pool, and all this stuff was packed out and loaded into the car. Since I didn’t haveContinue reading “Trip to Münster “