Roy Aguero

COBRA Company
mailto:[email protected]

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Basic Entry Date: 15 June 67
BCT: Ft. Bliss, TX
AIT: Infantry AIT at Ft. Gordon followed by jump school
C 1/327 from Dec 67 – Dec 68
82nd Abn, 2/504 INF Jan 69 – July 69.
Drill Sgt. school at Ft. Jackson followed by one year of Drill Sgt. duty at Ft. Bragg.
A 1/327 June 70 – August 70, transferred to L 75th Rangers until May of 71
Drill Sgt. duty at Ft. Polk from July 71 – Dec 74
A Co 4/10 Inf, Ft. Davis, Panama Canal Zone from Jan 75 – Dec 77
1st CAV Div, HHC 1/5 CAV (AT Platoon) Cav at Ft. Hood, TX Jan 78 – Oct 79
2nd Armor Div, CSC 1/51 (AT Platoon) Inf, Crailsheim, Germany Oct 79 – Oct 82
US ARMY Readiness & Mobilization Group Region 9, Presidio of San Francisco, CA Oct 82 – July 85 (Now this was a hardship tour)

US Army Element, Defense Language Institute, English Language Center, Lackland AFB, TX (Another hardship tour) July 85 – Nov 87
HQ 5th USA DSCOPS Nov 87 – Jun 88
US ARMY Sergeants Major Academy (Class 32) Jun 88 – Jan 89
HHC 101st Abn Div (G-3 SGM) Jan 89 – July 91. I deployed to Saudi in August of 90 for Desert Shield/Desert Storm and I returned and retired in July of 91.|

My wife pretty wife Diana and I are living happily ever after in Goatrope, Texas. I work for the County Clerk’s office in Tom Green County, TX and Diana works at the library at Angelo State University. We have a son, male, 1 each and one daughter, grand, 1 each, along with a law, daughter-in. I enjoy the shooting sport, handguns and rifles. I reload my own ammo and for years I have been collecting sporting cartridges as well as cartridge boxes of which I have a nice collection. I also enjoy Winchesters of which I have a few old ones and I am always looking for that “right one.”

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