I served in Vietnam from June of 68 to June of 69. The unit I was in was the 588th Signal Co., 337th Signal Detachment in Dong Ha. (First Signal Brigade)
I am a school teacher and want to learn about the men who fought there, why this war was fought, andabout the country. I want to be able to educate the students with the right information, to instill pride and honor at having fought this war and to set right any misconceptions they might have.
I served with 3rd AmTrac from 1969-1970
I'm doing a 20 page paper on Vietnam and this is just what I need! Thank you!!!!!!!!!
In Nam 9/67 till 6/69. 3rd Bn, 26th Marines. India Co. Welcom home to all and God is with those who stayed.
I enjoyed this web page, but there needs to be more pictures like of the rivers and vegitation,...
I found this site to be very helpful.
i am a student doing a world history research paper on the vietnam war. i chose the vietnam war thinking that it would be an easy subject to handle then it got harder because i am an american citizen and i can't use anything that has to do with th US side of the war it has to be a worldly research.
G 2/26 68-69
I served on Track A141 1st Bn. 44th Arty I Corp (DMZ) Vietnam 1966-1967 We were the DMZ DUSTERS. WE kicked a lot of NVA ass but no one has heard of us. I guess it's because we were in the US ARMY attached to the 3rd Mar Div.
a helpful site, but could use more stuff telling about the war itself for people who are researching on the Vietnam War.
I first visited this site in 2000, I believe. Great addition to pictures of my own of Marble Mountain. Served with 5th Comm 1966-68. Bless the memory of those who didn't come back.
I am real interested in the Vietnam war. We are studing it in History and it is real interesting to me.
"THE HERD"--- D COMPANY,4TH BATT.,503RD AIRBORNE INFANTRY--173RD AIRBORNE BRIGADE.... 1968-71.. 11B/GRUNT/SGT.E-5..
Served with 204th Military Intelligence Detachment-XXIV Corps at Camp Horn, Da Nang, 1970. A beautiful country and persevering people; hope I get an opportunity to return some day. God's blessing on VWAM and your work.
I SERVED 65-66 WITH THE 586TH SIGNAL IN AN KHE WITH THE FIRST CAV. AIRMOBILE. WE LOST A PILOT ON DEC. 15 1965 AND HE IS STILL LISTED AS MIA. HIS NAME WAS JERRY CLARKE AND HE WAS FROM IOWA. HE FLEW A SMALL AIRPLANE AND WAS SHOT DOWN.
i came in country 68 april to 69 april. i was in 1st/77 artillery 1st bn 1st Cav and than 2nd/5th 1st Cav Infantry A co. i was up north for 6 months than went down South 6 months. i was RTO radioman. Date May 16 03
Served with the Americal Division from Sep. 1970, until Sep. 1971
Rank Corporal 66 thru 68 Tanks - a - Lot Da Nang - Marble Moutain, Phu-Bai , Chu Lai
I have visited this site before. I served with 3Bn1stMarines in 1967 and we were based adjacent to Nui Kim Son. Unless I'm badly mistaken your picture of a "105 " recoilless less rifle should read 106. It was a 106 millimeter recoilless I think. Its been a long time someone help me out. Also I have just read about persecution of Christians in Viet Nam at a website named www.vom.com.au What does your organization know about this??