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Darin Annear

Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion of the 4th Infantry Division.
RE:  124th Signal Battalion


I am currently assigned to the Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion of the 4th Infantry Division.  The 4th Infantry Division underwent a major reorganization and became a “modular” division, and as a result, the 124th was inactivated on 16 December 2004 and remains inactive to this day.

I have over 5000 photos of the units history ranging back way before Vietnam. I would love to get in touch with anyone who can assist in identifying these photos. I'm arranging photographs from all timelines and preserving them for future generations.

You can find me on Facebook at Darin Annear.

 Thank you

If you would like to help Darin with his efforts to identify and preserve this valuable historical archive, email me at the Swamp_Fox address at the bottom of the page. 

Posted 05 September 2015

Thomas Charles Alsopbr> A Company, 124th Signal Battalion

Mr. Steedly,

Greetings and thank you for your service to our country.

I am currently trying to find information out about my girlfriend's father, Thomas Charles Alsop. He served in Vietnam in Company A, 124th Signal Battalion, 4th Infantry Div.

He is terminally ill and has been given days to live. He is currently at home under Hospice care but he is getting worse everyday. My girlfriend has never had a relationship with her father since she never found out about him until she was 16 years old.

Being a military veteran, I know the importance of knowing her father's military history. The only information that he has told me is that he used to drive a vehicle up and down a mountain to a listening station and that he also served as a bartender. :-)

If you have any information or can point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it. I would also like information on how I can get him a flag for his funeral service.


Thomas Cross
CTT3 USN 1985-89

If you knew Thomas and would like to contact his daughter, email me at the Swamp_Fox address at the bottom of the page. 

For general information, you may get a flag free of charge for any deceased veteran, who served honorably in the US Military, by filling out a form.  Your funeral director will assist you.  The flag is available at any regional VA office or US Post Office.  This site goes into more detail http://www.cem.va.gov/bbene/bflags.asp

Posted 29 December 2010

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