Every now and then profiles should be updated. Take a look at your profile page and see if you need to update anything. The page has changed so you can check the box to tell us how you want your Info shared. Also added is a box for you to list your unit. It would help to put your name and unit/years on it or something about yourself. we have lot of member names that doesn’t tell who you are. One thing to remember, we don’t share email addy’s with out your permission or if you check the box on your profile saying different. We have some folks who just have an interest in guntrucks or family members and friends. I think I know that info, but you can say anything in the unit block. Just put your arrow or lil finger on your Howdy name and click edit my profile that gets you there. After you edit click UPDATE USER at bottom of profile page. Thanks
If you click the Guntruck History tab at top og page it will only show 10 subjects, however go down left of page and find Catagories and below that click Guntruck History and you can view all 46 subjects.
I was interviewed at the Penn State TV Studio last month for the Library of Congress Veterans History Project. Anyone who has an opportunity should do a VHP interview to preserve their part of history. I shared some of your transportation group history along with my experiences in 71-72. Also, the interviewer was quite interested in the DoD project so I shared info on that as well as the other replicas and the annual Gathering.
Check out our links. Click the links tab to see. If anyone has any links they want added let me know and I can get it there.
Anyone got any idea how The Creeper got its name? Deb has added The Creeper song to Guntruck Songs.
I have a very good friend that has a beautiful WC-51 truck in competition for Military Vehicle of the Month for June. He has been working on the truck for over two years and has done nearly all the work by himself. This is a “off frame” restoration and every nut and bolt has been completely redone to the highest standard.
If any of you are members of SteelSoldiers I ask that you take a look at his truck and consider voting for him. His SS name is “Tinwoodsman” and this is a link to the thread and the competition ends tomorrow evening:
On June 18 last year SSG Justin Johnson, 359th, was killed in Afganistan. RIP… Welcome Home.
Most of my postings have been on the Facebook pages of my Rolling Line Haul and the 359th Assn so I thought I would post one over here just to say………….I’m getting there
Today is the Army 239th birthday and Flag Day.