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David Paluso
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Are you a former Cav Trooper?
If so, where did you serve?
Fulda, Germany
Which unit?
B troop 1st squadron
November 22, 1975
November 21, 1978
Where are you now?
Petaluma, ca
Current profession:
Tell us a little about yourself:
After my four year service, used my GI bill earned a 4 year in history from San Jose State. I received a ROTC commission in Armor and served with the 1AD in Erlangen Germany. I left for the advance coarse and stationed at FT Riley, KS. With the 4-37 AR. Served as the S-3 Air during Desert Storm. I left the military soon after and worked in retail ever since.

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At 2:29pm on July 4, 2017, Paul Newell said…

Hey Dave,

I served in the 58th Combat Engineer Company at Fulda in 1977. We supported 1/11 ACR. At that time I recall most of the tanks at Fulda were Sheridans with a few Pattons. The engineers drove 5-ton dump trucks and M113 APCs.

At 7:19pm on March 12, 2016, Edwin M Gibson said…

Hi Dave.  Glad to hear from you.  I hope I'm replying to you in the right place.  What years were you in Fulda?

At 3:19pm on April 15, 2014, juan martinez said…

thanks, david.

I know it was the first  door on the right.would you know if there will be a reunion this year 2014,and where?

At 11:20pm on June 21, 2013, James Michael Smith said…

Hi David.  I was Sgt Freeloves' Gunner for a while.  I have to say...Of all the places I have been and things I have done, none can compare to the Experiences with the Blackhorse.  We worked hard, trained hard, were hardly ever in garrison lol  (Remember the Alert, I believe it was 78, Immediately following the end of the Superbowl. The Regimental commander lost a bet with the V corp commander). But the one thing I do know is that we played hard.  Many a nights I remember literally crawling up the hill from downtown guided by the searchlight on top of Howell Battery barracks.  The Squadron commander setup late night chow on Friday and Saturday nights.  We would eat, sober up a bit and head back downtown  haha.

At 9:59pm on May 10, 2013, Richard E. Nichols said…

I was 4/37 at Ft Riley, 1993 till they reflagged in 1995, we became 2/70 Armor, I retired there in 1997

At 9:18pm on March 17, 2013, James Glenn Snodgrass said…


After JB Taylor, there was Barry Hartman for two years, Tom White for two years, John Abrams for two years, and then me from '85-'87 - great story about JB and the M577 seals.


At 9:04am on March 11, 2013, Danny Marquez said…

Hi David will have to touch bases later added you as a friend on here.

Your name sounds familiar as well. -Just getting ready for  work

At 5:12pm on February 20, 2013, John Michael Kurdziolek said…

When were you in Erlangen Sir ?

At 10:30pm on January 9, 2013, Horacio Leon Aguirre said…

I was in B troop 3rd PLT  (11C) 1973-75 (Troop CMDER Driver during gunnery- 74  )

At 5:00pm on January 5, 2013, Oscar G Figari said…
I was there I remember B troop was our next door neighbor I got commissioned in 1985 I was with the 40 th Inf Div NG retired as O 3 in 94
My good friend and crewman C30 hot killed in Graff in Nov 1976 I left in Aug 1976 we were both Corporals I was a loader and he was a driver

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