redcatcher Club

199TH INFANTRY BRIGADE
(SEP) (LIGHT)

REDCATCHER

We have a new website!

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redcatcher Club

Redcatchers & Guests:

It has been 12 years since our website was first activated. It has become outdated and needed a facelift to promote the Brigade in the 21 st century! We have put together a new look with more features and better security for members and guests alike. We know that change is not easy for us old soldiers, but we're sure that, once you get used to it, it will be easier to use and provide more information than in the past.

You will now have to register one time and login at each use. (Note: You must re-register even if you once had a password and user id.) This serves two purposes. One, to provide better protection against spammers and two, a way to protect your identity so that only the people you wish to be in contact with can reach you. We have a locator feature that will help old comrades find and reach out to you, but only if you WANT to be reached.

The rules are the same as always on the message board. We are all adults and should conduct ourselves accordingly on the Board.

In about three weeks, we will add the “Redcatcher PX” to the site. You will be able to purchase Redcatcher merchandise, pay annual dues, and sign up for Reunion Events in the “Redcatcher PX” with MasterCard, Visa, etc.

This is a website for all Redcatchers. We are open to criticisms, suggestions and opinions. If you have an idea to make it better, more useful, or to include more items, contact us anytime. You may call or email us and we will respond.

ANY information gathered by Redcatcher.org will not be given or sold to any individual, company, or organization. It will be held in strict confidence. It is Redcatcher PRIVATE.

Thank you.

Ray Brown
Rlbrown571@yahoo.com
248-225-8780

Tom Kennedy
tckenne@comcast.net
301-840-1409

Richard Masters
Richard.masters@mac.com
805-658-8098

“Wars might be fought with weapons, but they are won by men. It is the spirit of the men that gains the Victory.”
General George Patton