SERGEANT US ARMY
SERGEANT BOBBY CADE
Sergeant Bobby Cade of Gainesville, Florida graduated from Santa Fe High School and enlisted in the Army National Guard June 2005.
Bobby is the grandson of the legendary scientist, Doctor
James Robert Cade, inventor of Gatorade.
Bobby went on to Fort Leonard, Missouri
for his 8 weeks of basic training. Upon completion of basic training, Bobby trained to become a Combat Engineer. Bobby then went on
to be assigned to, D Company, 1st Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment of the 58th Infantry Bridgade
Combat Team of the Maryland National
Sergeant Cade and his unit deployed to Iraq August 2007. Bobby was assigned to FOB-Q-West, which is located, 40miles south of
Mosel in the city AL Qayyarah. The troops called this place Key West.
FOB-Q-West is a former Saddamist Airfield that is now a hub for
Convoy Activity for the Northern Bases. Sergeant Cade duties are to provide Convoy Security. Asked what was it like to provide Convoy
Security, Bobby said it was nerve racking. "You just never know were the next ambush or IED would be denotated." Sergeant Cade said
on a couple of occasions and IED was denotated and we suffered no casualties.
Sergeant Cade returned from Iraq in April 2008. Today
Sergeant Cade is a member of the Florida National Guard. Bobby is on his second tour of duty in the Middle East and he due to return
in December 2010.
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD PROMOTIONAL VIDEO BY KID ROCK
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