• Apr 04, 2015 · 21st Century FT ORD TODAY: 1975/94 7th ID[Light] 1970/74. 7th INF DIV: 1960 US 6TH ARMY: 1950 6th INF DIV: 1940 STAGING AREA: 1940 VET STORIES: 40/00 MORE PHOTOS
    • Fort Ord continued to train individuals for Vietnam. By the four year the demand for troops had subsided and the next step for the U.S. Army was to establish an all volunteer command. The card above is a collection of photos that were taken during the nineteen sixties.
    • Fort Ord is a former United States Army post on Monterey Bay of the Pacific Ocean coast in California, which closed in 1994 due to Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) action. . Most of the fort's land now makes up the Fort Ord National Monument, managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management as part of the National Conservation Lands, while a small portion remains an active military ...
    • Fort Ord continued to train individuals for Vietnam. By the four year the demand for troops had subsided and the next step for the U.S. Army was to establish an all volunteer command. The card above is a collection of photos that were taken during the nineteen sixties.
    • All items shipped to the US will be well packaged and insured. "Fort Ord,California-U.S. Army Training Center Infantry-Company D-4th Battalion-3rd Brigade". Vietnam era. The training dates for Company D are listed as 27 April 1970 to 19 June 1970.
    • Meningococcal meningitis began to occur in outbreak proportions during 1962 at Fort Ord, Monterey County. This increase in incidence continued until basic training was stopped at that post late in 1964. Most of the cases were among basic trainees in the first eight weeks of training, although other ...
    • Fort Ord History by Justin Rughe Located six miles east of Monterey on 28,000 acres as an artillery base called Gigling Field Artillery Range, this post became one of the Army's largest training and replacement centers.
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    • Meningococcal meningitis began to occur in outbreak proportions during 1962 at Fort Ord, Monterey County. This increase in incidence continued until basic training was stopped at that post late in 1964. Most of the cases were among basic trainees in the first eight weeks of training, although other ...
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    • Year(s): 1970-1971 Age at the time: 19 Lived off the post at Fort Baker Was the wife of an U.S. Army Personnel Clerk and first beloved son, Robert G. Sahl, was born at Letterman General Hospital, not long after the new hospital was built.
    • Fort Ord California U.S. Army Training Center Infantry Company C, 5th Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 17 August 1970 - 9 October 1970. Topics: Fort Ord (Calif.), Military training. fortordyearbooks.
    • Fort Ord, California: U.S. Army Training Center, Infantry: HQ & HQ Company, 4th Battalion, 1st Brigade (27 July 1970 to 18 Sept 1970) by Fort Ord, California Staff | Jan 1, 1970 Hardcover
    • FORT ORD CALIFORNIA, July 30th 1970 - October 2nd 1970 - U.S. Training center Infantry. Headquarters & Headquarters co. Fifth Battalion First Brigade
  • The experiments of improving military quality of life were conducted at several forts, but the three most central were Fort Benning, Fort Carson, and Fort Ord. Intentions. In November 1970, General Westmoreland wrote a message to Army commanders, in which he provided detailed guidance on transitioning to a volunteer army.
    • Search for Military and Military Academy classmates, friends, family, and memories in one of the largest collections of Online Univeristy, College, Military, and High School Yearbook images and photos!
    • 1971-1972Fort Ord US-ARMY Company D,Third battalion First Birgade Year Book
    • 1970,Fort Ord,A-3-1,3rd Platoon.
    • California 1:25,000. Fort Ord and vicinity Scale 1:25,000. Title in lower margin: Fort Ord and vicinity. Standard map series designation: Series V895S. "Map information as of 1972." Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Projection: Transverse projection." Includes "Elevation guide" and boundary diagr.
    • The White House on Friday announced the creation of the Fort Ord National Monument, a stretch of grassland, oak and shrub landscape on California’s Central Coast where 1.5 million American soldiers trained before heading off to war.
    • 1971-1972Fort Ord US-ARMY Company D,Third battalion First Birgade Year Book
  • Meningococcal meningitis began to occur in outbreak proportions during 1962 at Fort Ord, Monterey County. This increase in incidence continued until basic training was stopped at that post late in 1964. Most of the cases were among basic trainees in the first eight weeks of training, although other ...
    • The experiments of improving military quality of life were conducted at several forts, but the three most central were Fort Benning, Fort Carson, and Fort Ord. Intentions. In November 1970, General Westmoreland wrote a message to Army commanders, in which he provided detailed guidance on transitioning to a volunteer army.
    • 1970,Fort Ord,A-3-1,3rd Platoon.
    • Fort Ord California, Company B, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Brigade (Completed Training September 11, 1970) [California] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
    • Do you have AIT FORT ORD CA Reunion information you'd like to share Relive & share the memories of your service time with your brothers & sisters in arms today. Join Your Unit Today
    • CSU Monterey Bay's Fort Ord historical images collection consists of photographs, postcards, and documents on the history of Fort Ord during the 20th century. A joint project of the CSUMB Library and the Fort Ord Museum and Archive, the collection focuses on the role of Fort Ord as a training facility, beginning in World War I and continuing until the 1990s.
    • Fort Ord Yearbooks. The Fort Ord Yearbooks contain photographs depicting the transition from civilian to military life, combat and medical training, and various locations around Fort Ord. Names and images of graduates and commanding officers are also included.
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    • I had basic training at Fort Ord from 16 June 1970 through 20 Aug 1970. My training platoon was C-2-1 and my Drill Instructor was Drill Sergeant Scott. I still have one old dusty and faded picture of C-2-1 and I only know and still have contact with one of the guys.
    • 1971-1972Fort Ord US-ARMY Company D,Third battalion First Birgade Year Book
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    • Fort Ord History by Justin Rughe Located six miles east of Monterey on 28,000 acres as an artillery base called Gigling Field Artillery Range, this post became one of the Army's largest training and replacement centers.
    • Jul 31, 2020 · Fort Ord U.S. Army Training Center Yearbook - Infantry Company D - 4th Ba 1st Br Fort Ord California 4th Battalion 1st Brigade Commenced Training 6 July 1970, Completed Training 28 August 1970. Books will be packaged with care and shipped via USPS Media Mail. Upgrade to Priority Mail is available at checkout. Combined shipping is available.

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