Photographs of 2006 Reunion

1/12th Cavalry at Branson, MO June 2006

 

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Settle Inn

Site of the 1/12th Cavalry reunion in Branson, Missouri June 2006.

By Bill Tallerdy

Marching Down

The 1st Cav banner marching down the street of Branson, Missouri, June 2006.

By Bill Tallerdy

Foot Mobile

Led by Bill Tallerdy, Neal Jennings, and Cole Jennings the Cavalry is marching down the streets of Branson Missouri, June 2006. Neal Jennings is the son of Delbert Jennings, MOH recipient from 1/12th Cavalry. Cole is his grandson.

By Bill Tallerdy

The Wreath

We honor our fallen comrades.

By Bill Tallerdy

The Colors

The Battalion colors were brought from Fort Hood by Tom Crabtree. Roger King, Michelle, Jim Stokely.

By Bill Tallerdy

The Jennings

Neil Jennings is the son of Delbert Jennings, MOH recipient from 1/12th Cavalry. Cole Jennings is his grandson.

By Bill Tallerdy

Inbound

The helicopters were part of the airshow at Branson.

By Bill Tallerdy.

Airshow

Part of the airshow at Branson, MO.

By Bill Tallerdy

Together Again

Mike McCoy, Bill Tallerdy, Terry Combs with thier preferred method of transportation.

By Bill Tallerdy

Old Friends

Fred Mayer,Bill Tallerdy,Bill Parrish, Branson Missouri, June 2006

By Bill Tallerdy

1/12 Troopers

Frank Greenleaf, Fred Mayer, Roger King, Jim Stokely, John Rollins, Branson Mo June 2006.

By Bill Tallerdy

2nd Plt, B 1/12

Frank Greenleaf, Bill Sullivan, John Rollins 2nd Platoon, Company B, 1/12th Cav 1966-67.

By Frank Greenleaf

Friends

Mike Barber, Terry Combs, Fred Mayer, and Bill Tallerdy, B Company, 1/12th Cavalry

Reunion Lunch

Fred and Patti Mayer, Bill Parrish and others at Branson, MO June 2006.

By Bill Tallerdy

Fred Mayer

Fred Mayer, CO, B Company speaking at the Banquet dinner.

By Bill Tallerdy

Banquet Dinner

At the Banquet Dinner, Branson, MO June 2006.

By Bill Tallerdy

The Reading

Bill Lord, Terry Combs, Tom Crabtree, Erica Tallerdy seaking at the Memorial Service.

By Bill Tallerdy