Insignia of The Old Guard and Other Unique Army Units

I was incredibly lucky in my assignments in the Army.  I served in some unique organizations.

The Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) in Sinai, Egypt.

United Nations Command Security Forces–Joint Security Area in Panmunjom, Republic of Korea.

A Company (CinC Guard), 3rd United States Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) at Fort McNair, Washington, District of Columbia and Fort Myer, Virginia.

While I was stationed at The Old Guard, I was also fortunate enough to attend the Jungle Warfare Training Center in Panama.  It was closed down shortly thereafter.

All interesting assignments that were outside of the US Army norm.  Unique experiences for which I’m thankful.

Only a couple more places that I wish I had been able to talk DA into assigning me.

1.  The Berlin Brigade — during the Cold War

2.  Honduras

They seem like they would have been equally unique assignments.

3 comments on “Insignia of The Old Guard and Other Unique Army Units

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  2. Kaelin.. I was also at the other assignments in Berlin and Honduras as well as being there with you at JSA. As a matter of fact if I remember correctly I helped you get accepted to The Old Guard. This is Zinser.

    • SGM is that you?

      I’d have loved to have been in Honduras and Berlin.

      Been to Berlin but after the fall of the Wall. I should have went in the 80s when I was over there.

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