Acknowledgments, Oh yes!

We have to thank so many brothers for their contributions to our Army Recon CRIP Unit website.  

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The goal of this website was to help those that lost loved ones then and now, the living that haven’t found their way in civilian life.  To offer a step forward by extending our hand to those that gave so much for our country.  To help heal those that haven’t found peace and extend a hand to those returning today.  Helping veterans find a way to live in a society that most likely does not understand.

Each Veteran has taken their own journey in returning to civilian life.  I was told, “You may not have been physically scared but everyone that returned was scared!”  I don’t think anyone could have said that better.  The statement was made by a Veteran’s wife.

All we can hope as returned Vietnam Veterans, this website offers some peace and healing to everyone who reads it.  Blesses those that take the time to share and contribute with their own stories and journeys.  Helps today’s Veterans, wives, sons, daughters, family, friends and co-workers understand a little more what the combat Veteran puts on the line for our freedom.   It may not be popular but he soldier doesn’t create policy or made political decisions.  Soldiers follow orders.

2nd of the 27th, 25th Infantry Division Wolfhounds Recon Insignia

2nd of the 27th, 25th Infantry Division Wolfhounds CRIPs Recon


We are the “WOLFHOUNDS” 25th Infantry Division 2/27th Recon CRIPS. 

We have one motto:

Once a Wolfhound Always a Wolfhound!

“Wolfhounds Forever”

Questions should be directed to the 25th Infantry CRIP’s using the Contact Us form at the bottom of this page.

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