Setting up for the Medal of Honor's Ceremony, at the waterfront In Louisville.. It was was my Honor..... We hauled tanks 50 miles and set up in 4 hours. We also got to see many of the recipiants of the Medal of Honor... God Bless Them all
A letter from my Comander.
Attached is a video that SFC Markins from B Co 3/399th posted on You Tube of
TTC Knox/B Co spearheading a transport of TTC, Marine, and National Guard
vehicles to Louisville's waterfront in support of the Medal of Honor
Ceremony's at the Galt House in Louisville. This operation was at the request
of Fort Knox and the Kentucky National Guard due to the TTC controlling the
only HETS in the state. The TTC would like to thank all the efforts of
everyone who participated to make this an extremely smooth operation. SFC
Callaghan (TTC Motor Sergeant) was able to make all coordination's with state
and local authorities, different military services, Fort Knox, and the city of
Louisville in just a week's time. We had SFC McDuffie and SFC Wiser come in to
drive the HETS with only a couple days notice and 800th LOG on ground was a
great help. This was a joint mission by the Army Reserve, National Guard,
Marines, and Fort Knox in support of a great cause. Thanks to everyone!
Phil Winspear/CPT Winspear