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Mario Guerrero Ortega
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  • Woodway, TX
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Are you a former Cav Trooper?
If so, where did you serve?
Vietnam and Iraq
Which unit?
C-Trp 1/11th ACR (1969) and A-Trp 1-124th Cav 36th ID TXARNG (2004)
May 15, 1969
November 21, 1969
Where are you now?
Woodway, Texas
Current profession:
Retired (32 yrs USPS Letter Carrier and 25 yrs TXARNG)
Tell us a little about yourself:
Enlisted, 1968
Vietnam, 1969, C-Trp 1/11th ACR
Ft. Hood, Texas, !970-71, A Co 2/66th AR, 2nd AD
TXARNG, 1981-2003, B Trp 1-124th Cav 49th AD TXARNG
Iraq, 2004, A Trp 1-124th Cav 36th ID TXARNG
Retired, 2006

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At 4:21pm on April 2, 2011, Edward L. Morgan said…
Mario !!!  Sorry I didn't answer back, brother.  My computer was hacked.  Everything is okay now.  The action I mentioned was near Quan Loi ..... Xa Cat rubber ......... we lost quite a few of the troop that day (killed, wounded, 1 POW)  ........ moved back into Quan Loi for stand-down and refitting.  We moved out the front gate a couple days later and brought MAX PEE on the bad guys after that.  I'm glad you recovered and made it home safe.
At 7:58am on March 12, 2011, Edward L. Morgan said…

Good morning, brother !!!  Welcome home !!  **twice**  Nam wasn't enough, so you stuck around for more punishment?  LOL  I did the same thing .... left active duty, went into MI-ARNG (Michigan) Company F (Ranger) 425th Infantry.  I got out in '89 because I moved to Tennessee to work with Saturn.

E Troop took it on the chin a few times during 69-70.  The only time I can remember us being combat ineffective was after August 12th, 1969.  What you're describing sounds like that day to me.  We had 4 killed that day, a lot of us wounded.  Some troopers died from injuries days later.


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