The Mighty Ninth

Strive To Reach The Summit

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Wayne_C_Holy_City~0.jpgWayne & Carol Crochet attend 2018 Reunion at Ft SillL to R: Dennis & Jackie Dauphin; Wayne & Carol Crochet; Mercy & Mike Kurtgis, Martha Henderson.

Sadly, Wayne passed away in 2021 in New Orleans, LA
May 06, 2022
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Bishop___Kurtgis~1.JPGMy RTO: George R. Bishop (L).Apr 07, 2022
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Cpl_Jim_Shelton.JPGArmy Commendation MedalJim "Tex" Shelton gets a handshake and Army Commendation Medal after serving as his armed guard on field visits.Mar 13, 2022
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Cpl_J_Shelton.JPGTravels with the GeneralL to R: MG Donn Pepke, Jim, and UNK 4th Div Sergeant Major.Mar 13, 2022
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Lt_Jim_James.jpgJim and wife Doniece on the Riverwalk at the 35th Inf Reunion held in San Antonio in 2011.

Regret to report that Jim died in July 2020.
Mar 01, 2022
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Brothers-in-Arms.jpgBrothers-In-ArmsHome from LZ Cathy 9-69. The non-lifer traveling FDC band of brothers (left to right): Clint Curry, Eugene ("George") Jarisch, Denny Mrowzinski, Mike Medley, and our leader eltee "Rucksack" Rucker (Lt. Hermie "Rucksack" Rucker).Feb 12, 2022
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Modern_Day_Rick.jpegI Know WarRick has probably seen more action with the 2/9th FA than most soldiers.Nov 22, 2020
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Ericksen_-_Flag.jpegThe Battle of St GeorgeOne of the biggest battles the 2/9th engaged in. See a lot more in the War Stories link.Nov 22, 2020
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DoubleTree_2021~0.jpg2021 Reunion location will remain Minneapolis, MN.Nov 22, 2020
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Epps_1.jpgArmed & Ready for BattleNov 22, 2020
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DoubleTree_2021.jpgRe-Scheduled for 2021Last weekend of September. Early arrivals on Thurs, 23 Sep 21

If you registered prior to the COVID19 Cancellation, contact Doc Johnson for details.
Nov 22, 2020
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Pleiku_Sign.jpgWelcome to PleikuWell, not really. After my one-week excursion thru Camp Alpha and Saigon, it was time to get down to business. I caught a 0400hrs flight out of Tan Son Nhut into Pleiku in mid-Nov 1967. That's where the "real stuff" began. It was the HQ of the 2/9th FA Bn at the time. After checking in and getting my assignment, some of the "regulars" wanted to show me the town of Pleiku. You can tell from the sign alone this was my first mistake. It was a shithole of the worst degree. I never went back there, EVER!Nov 07, 2020
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