Fires Squadron says goodbye to CSM with 30 years

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2d Stryker Cavalry Regiment, Public Affairs Office

VILSECK, Germany –Despite heavy rains, Soldiers and family members from Fires Squadron of the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment gathered Thursday, at the Vilseck High School football field to say goodbye to Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Diamond and welcome the new CSM, Squadron Command Sgt. Major Lorenzo F. Wallace during a change of responsibility ceremony.

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SMA discusses leadership with Dragoons

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2d Stryker Cavalry Regiment, Public Affairs Office

VILSECK, Germany – The Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment was host to a very distinguished guest Monday. Sgt. Major of the Army Kenneth O. Preston took time out to sit down and speak with some of the 2SCR Troopers about their issues and concerns as well as the importance of leadership and the non commissioned officers corps.

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CSM Patton Recovering From Surgery

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CSM Curtis C. Patton, a long serving Dragoon in Amberg, former Regimental CSM from 1978-80 under the 59th Colonel Harold Page, and the first African-American Soldier appointed to that position, successfully underwent back and spinal surgery June 18, 2009 at Loma Linda Hospital, Loma Linda, CA.

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74th RCSM Appointed Acting NTC CSM

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Brigadier General Robert B. Abrams, USA FORSCOM, has announced that he is appointing CSM Victor Martinez, 74th Regimental Command Sergeant Major, as temporary Command Sergeant Major of Fort Irwin and the National Training Center, replacing CSM Robert A. Moore on the 19th of June, 2009.

BG Abrams stated the appointment could be upwards of 6 months, until a permanent replacement for CSM Moore is found.

Good luck, Vic. I know you’ll make us proud!

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Stryker Sergeants Relive History by Recreating Image of Soldiers Taken on D-Day

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Sgts. 1st Class Patrick Martin (left), William Suarez and Steve Selvage of the 3rd Squadron, 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, based in Vilseck, Germany, recreate the pose on a D-Day postcard taken June 6, 1944. The building behind the posing Soldiers, now a pizza shop, was a German communications bunker captured by American troops on D-Day.

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This original photo, taken June 6, 1944, during the World War II D-Day campaign, was recreated by three Army non-commissioned officers assigned with 3rd Squadron, 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, based in Vilseck, Germany.

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