I was in 1-44 G 65 1967-1968
523rd Signal Battalion, LZ CINDY, LZ DOTTIE, FAT CITY
I was a Platoon Commander with the 1st Marine Division on Hill 327 and Hill 55 in 1971. Semper fi, Robert Zerby, former 1st Lt. U.S. Marine Corps. ( 67th OCC, TBS / Mike Co. 1970 ).
Looking for B-57 crew chiefs I served with at Phan Rang AB, 1966-1967 and also stationed in the PI 1966-1967
196 inf charlie ridge hill long range reco mos 11 bravo hot rain @lot of fire fights in valley most made back to the world I hate war still feel messed up I will take it to my grave love all the veterans and military active now so good bye danang vietman 14 months of my life what a waste
I WAS THE DETACHMENT COMMANDER OF THE 10 MAN 439L UNDERSEA CABLE SITE IN QUI NHON, VIETNAM FROM JUNE 3,1970 TO JUNE4, 1971. I AM GLAD THAT I JUST HAPPENED TO SEE A REQUEST ON THIS SITE FOR HELP FROM BRUCE CAMPBELL . NEITHER THE VA NOR THE JOINT SERVICE RECORDS RESEARCH CENTER VERIFIED THE EXISTANCE OF THE SITE SO I SENT A LETTER ALONG WITH MANY PICTURES OF HIM WORKING HIS BUTT OFF ALONG WITH THE OTHER SITE PERSONNEL BUILDING AN IMPREGNABLE BUNKER. IF ANY OTHER GUYS ASSIGNED TO THE SITE ARE STILL HAVING TROUBLE WITH THE VA, DROP ME A LINE VIA EMAIL .
I served in DaNang July 1969 to July 1970 and was with the 490th General Supply Co, US Army Field Depot Shipping and Transportation Chief Cargo Expediter. Looking for those who served with me during this time. I remember a few names: Phil Canada, Mrozinski and I have been in touch for several years with our OIC Lt. Valz. Please contact me. Thanks!!
Still looking for any of you "REDBALL" freaks from cam ranh bay 70-71-72
147th LEM form 12/3/67-12/3/68 41E20
Hq.&C. 1-11. June1966-July 1967. Still having dreams and thoughts about it every day and night. Have just started talking to school students about it, seems to help some. The students are interested about what it was like to be put in situations like young people their age were put in and expected to perform at such a high level. God and country. Semper Fi.
My brother-in-law Jasper Waldon was part of the Foxtrot 2nd BN 1st Marines and my admiration and sisterly love for him is inmense. I was just seven years old at the time he was in Vietnam and met him when I was around 42. I feel so proud of him and all of you. Thank you for your service. Respectfully, Miriam
Was in An Khe August thru November 1970 with 4th infantry division and with 566th Trans. Co. November thru August 1971. anybody remember?
looking for Marines who knew David Lawson, Sgt, 1stbn, 11thMar,1stMar Div. 11.08.67 to 27.05.70
WAS CHEIF OF GUN SECTION WITH 3/82 ARTY LZ SIBERIA 1969 WE WERE HIT BAD ON SEPT.11TH 1969 CHARLIE BATTERY
served with 2/502 HQ. assigned artillery radio operator with LT. ERSKINE.
551 st Light Equipment Maint Blackhorse 1969 to 1970 would lie to chat with any one who was there at that time
I served with the 864th Engineer Battalion on Whiskey Mountain near Phan Thiet, Viet Nam on 1970-1971.
Looking for any one who knew Larry Godlewski, 1st Cav 67-68. He was my wifes father.
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I was in the Que Son Valley with the 196th LIB D4/31 in 1968-69. I live in the Buffalo NY area