Dick Over was 22 when the Army shipped him to a cold alpine meadow along the headwaters of the Eagle River near Leadville in 1943.
It’s the “D Series” maneuvers he remembers best from his years at Camp Hale, where he trained as one of the first soldiers in the Army’s then-experimental 10th Mountain Division.
“They took all the members of the camp and divided us into two military forces opposing each other, and we lived six weeks in sub-zero temperatures,” said 93-year-old veteran who lives in Golden.
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St. Joseph's Preparatory School, Philadelphia, has named Paul Jaskot and Brendan Johnson to its board of trustees. Jaskot is a partner at Reed Smith L. L. P. Johnson is president and founder of 1852 Capital.