|The 27th Ordnance Company
570th USAAG, 59th
This website is dedicated to the memory of SGT Keith Pearson.
Mr. Robert Bunker has dedicated an entire
site to the Former 570th USAAG.
It's work in progress but I encourage everyone to help out if you can!
And a special Thank You to Paul Taylor
(Commo) for taking some new pictures of what the Bush looks like now.
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And thanks to Mr. Ed Burki for sending me
these photos of the Bush, with some from the late 1980's
being held at Picasa Web Albums, a very useful software from Google. Get your own copy from Google.
Mr. Steve Moore has posted his own Picasa Web Album here with photos from the Bush from the 70's.
Jim Olenski posted his photos from Jan 2008 here at the Stockerbush Yahoo Groups.
Former 1ST Bill Gibson has sent a few and can be seen here @ Picasa Web Albums
Introducing, the Original 27th Ordnance Company as
first activated in 1962 at
Sandia Base, New Mexico. These are from Robert J. Moretin! Thanks for a bit of History!
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These pics were sent by Kurt Kimble, commo! Thanks!
From the Air, 1980's
Spc Taylor & SPC Kimble
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Life at the 27th Ordnance Company [ 12 Pics ]
|My name is
Michael Mitsuda and I am your host. I have served in the
US Army from February 1989 to August 1992 and my MOS was
31C, a Single Channel Radio Operator.
From August 1989 to December 1991, I was stationed at the 27th Ordnance Company, (Later renamed the 27th Ord Co. Detachment 1) part of the 570th US Army Artillery Group, 59th Ordnance Brigade. I was part of the Commo/OPS Platoon.
For those that are interested: The 570th USAAG and the 27th Ordnance Company had been deactivated in June 1992. The 59th Ordnance Brigade had also been deactivated in 1992 but has been reactivated at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama in 1994.
Late in 1998, I had found some of my photos that I had taken from my time at the 27th and I realize that I had not taken proper care of the photos. Some of them have started to deteriorate and on a lot of them, I had forgotten to identify the persons in the photos or note the date when they were taken.
Early in 1999, I was surfing the Internet and found the Military Police Locator. From there, I got in contact with several MP's that were stationed at the 27th. After seeing the work accomplished at the MilitaryPolice Locator, I decided to make a site dedicated to the 27th ORD in an attempt to make contact with members I had, unfortunately, lost contact with. I am also using this space to have an option of people who served at the 27th to leave their e-mail address to have others contact them.
Most of the photos were taken by me during my time at the 27th and are listed with their names and ranks held as best as I could remember. A couple were given to me by M. Kirkpatrick when we were stationed together and thank to C. Kelly, I have added 20 pictures to this site. T. Figueredo sent me a couple more and the one at the top of this page showing the front gate of the Bush was sent to me by J. Cruz.
J. Voight has sent me 22 more pics of various people from all over the Bush. And special thanks to D & A McLeod and J. Pearson for taking the time to scan 39 great pics of everyday life at the 27th Ord.