My Dad worked at C.A.N.A.L. I remember him taking our family to an open house. We got to tour the facilities, even the hot labs. I have many pictures.
Jim Dandeneau said:March 4, 2016 8:08 pm PST
I was at East Windsor in 1967 to 1968 IFC area. Had lots of fun there but wanted to mention that remember when the guy that owned that barn at the foot of the hill and the tobacco field across the road died. They opened that barn and found a Model T in the crate stored in there. Made for some excitement.
Joe Francis said:February 28, 2016 9:28 am PST
To Andy Remy:
You worked for the best US Army cook in the entire 55th Arty Group. At Ansonia, BR-04, SP-5 Ollie Coleman made the best SOS ever. I miss his friendship and his cooking. If you were on his S--- List the "grease trap" became your chore while on KP. Ah! Memories!
Joe Francis said:February 23, 2016 1:37 pm PST
To: Larry Compton
Yes Larry I probably talked to you over the radio during drills. I operated both the TTR and MTR before my transfer to BR 04 in Ansonia. I enjoyed the year I spent in Milford. Don't have any extra pins but you can probably get them online. Google "Night Hides Not" 56th Artillery. Run some names by me and I will let you know if I remember any of those other LCA guys. Take care and God Bless!
andy remy said:January 17, 2016 8:02 pm PST
i was stationed at br-04.in 1962.have lots of good memories...i .was a cook.oliver coleman was my mess sargeant
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