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Name: Amanda Childers-Tobin
Email: amandachil02 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: , Illinois
Date: December 28, 2009 - 07:19 PM (pacific)
Or anyone that may know my uncle Don Leroy French. email me at amandachil02@hotmail.com



Name: Amanda Childers-Tobin
Email: amandachil02 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: , Illinois
Date: December 28, 2009 - 07:17 PM (pacific)
I was wondering if anyone was with my father in the 541 transportation company. His name is Don Childers. He is also looking for Charles Chapman and Gary Cockrell. Please email me at amandachil02@hotmail.com thanks



Name: Charles andre' Chabot Sr
Email: irene_n_charlie at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Manchester, nh
Date: December 28, 2009 - 05:09 PM (pacific)
Hi station FtBragg till middle of aug65 put on the RNBlanchard docked at CamRahnBayVNam looking for SP5 Charles Caldwell from StrousburgPA shouldbe 64-65-yrs old



Name: William J Maus
Email: dwmaus at wctc dot net
Hometown: Nekoosa, WI
Date: December 28, 2009 - 02:08 PM (pacific)
Served with 1st Cav A co 2/5 from 6/1970 - 5/1971



Name: Ronnie Lee Briggs
Email: ronniebriggs094 at gmail dot com
Hometown: Temple, tx
Date: December 27, 2009 - 11:08 PM (pacific)
stationed na trang 1970 need anybody who knew me feel free to contact me va giving me a hard time



Name: Don Krom
Email: donaldkrom at adelphia dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: December 27, 2009 - 08:18 PM (pacific)
Served in the 670th Transportation Company from June of 1968 - June of 1969. I am interested in contacting anyone who served during that time. I would really like to contact the COMPANY CLERK THAT I SHARED A GREAT TRAGEDY WITH. I currently am dealing with agent orange induced cancer ant PTS.



Name: Johnny Earnest Gray
Email: vietnam6970 at mail dot com
Hometown: Franklin Furnace, Ohio
Date: December 27, 2009 - 04:30 PM (pacific)
I was in Vietnam in 68-70 and I am trying to figure out what battalion and platoon I was in and thought that maybe someone would recognize my name. I am orginally from Morgantown, WV. I enlisted in 68. I did BT at Ft.Knox in 68 then was at FT.Benning,GA in june of 68 from there I went to Vietnam -Cam'Ron for 3or4 months then I went to outside of Sia gon I am thinking Ben yang maybe was the name. Pleasse contact me if you know anything. thank you
vietnam6970@mail.com



Name: ron carlson
Email: ron at ntrvservice dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: December 27, 2009 - 07:39 AM (pacific)
Adv Tm#33, BanMeThuot,may63-may64, us army,lived at BanMeThuot Bungalow



Name: Tiffany Haynes
Email: tiffhaynes at yahoo dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: December 27, 2009 - 02:08 AM (pacific)
I am looking for anyone that may have known my father, SP/5 Michael W. Smith. He went to Vietnam via the USNS Patrick. He left Oakland,Ca on August 29, 1966. He was in the 563 Medical Clearing Company in Tuy Hoa. He was a medic. He spent time in Phu Hiep andCam Ranh Bay. He extended his tour and was sent to the 228th Assult Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cav, A company. He was a medic there as well as a door gunner. He lost many friends, but never gave many names. Two names that were mentioned were PFC David Joe Caballero-KIA April 24, 1968 in the Au Shau Valley and Larry C. Higginson, who was killed in a helicopter accident. They were attempting to repair it and it crashed. He came home in December of 1968. I have his letters home to my Grandmother, they mention very few names, but interesting stories. I would love any information from anyone that was in the same areas at the same time or anyone looking ot share stories. I do have pictures of him from Vietnam if anyone is interested or needs something to help jog their memory. Thanks again!! If you have any info, please contact me at: tiffhaynes@yahoo.com



Name: Andrew J Cheney
Email: andrewcheney2007 at comcast dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: December 26, 2009 - 07:59 PM (pacific)
Veit Nam Nov.1966 with the 3rd.Battalion 26th Marines.Welcom home brothers



Name: Max Richard Moore
Email: jamamoor at aol dot com
Hometown: Kansas City, Mo
Date: December 26, 2009 - 06:04 PM (pacific)
I was attached to the 1st Med Bn, 1st Mar Div., Danang, as an O.R. Tech from Feb.'67 to Jan '68



Name: Dave m Mc intosh
Email: dmcintosh at rocketmail dot com
Hometown: Applevalley, ca
Date: December 26, 2009 - 03:46 PM (pacific)
Just looking for mems of 541st trans or the 88th trans from 67-68 i was know as just Mac in those daysSP/4 at the time,just want to say hi to my brave buds that took care of me.was the youngest man in unit bunked with Munson who was KIAED in Kontum inJan. of 68



Name: chris ellis
Email: cellis39 at comcast dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: December 26, 2009 - 01:00 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who served with 1LT Walter (Skip) Daley (A Co 2-12 CAV 66-67). He was killed near Bong Song 1 FEB 67. My Dad, LT Ellis was the MED PL in HHC 1-5 CAV. He was a good friend of Skip's as they grew up together on the Cape. I am a Army veteran myself and would like to find out more information.



Name: george Earl Davis
Email: george2413 at embarqmail dot com
Hometown: Greenville, nc
Date: December 26, 2009 - 12:02 PM (pacific)
aug69-nov69 a tan son nhut abf would lke to hear from any one that rembers me, this is a claims matter



Name: steven p baxter
Email: lark at ccrtc dot com
Hometown: reelsville, IN
Date: December 26, 2009 - 10:58 AM (pacific)
hi i an looking for an m/p who picked me up on the road after a truck they were chasing hit be from behind and hospitalised me this happend at bien hoa sept 1970 army has no facts of case and i need despreatly.Thank You



Name: Frederick John Dacierno
Email: xcavator50 at gmail dot com
Hometown: Southampton, New York
Date: December 26, 2009 - 10:03 AM (pacific)
Served with 137th eng. sept 70 to sept 71. dozer operator out of chu lai. blown up south of danang Feb 13, 71 Looking for any buddies. Cant rem all but there was a todd smeltzer, alva stacy, Sgt pugh, bobby meyers, dietz, ing or eng from orderly room seemed to run the whole company, Finished my military service at Ft Dix when some senetors son or something dropped dead and the shit came down that you couldnt even look at the trainees funny. There was an open door policy for the cruits. I know cause it cost me an Art. 15 thanks to Col. Barrarre. Also I had been thinking about re up but after that what for.. Been excavating since the day I got discharged. Also in Nam there was a Joe Cherry and a shovel operator that could play guitar. Platoon Sgt Brandt, Alva stacy was a grader operator and he and I got a speeding ticket on the grader for comming down chu lai hill too .fast on the grader. I once did a foolish thing by driving my D7E back to camp un escorted between Tam Key and Tein phuoc near the notorious fish hook. At a fire base the pedaprime tanker was parked too close and the windshield popped out during a fireing mission. Does any of this ring a bell for anyone? Back to fort dix, was stationed in the old wooden barracks on the way to the ranges. Remember Sgt William Hunter {"yolanda, do your eyes"}, Capt Calvin R. Rheam {who liked my blue and gold javelin}, Sgt Giaont, Sgt Weston who worked a side job in Ginos or McDonalds, and field first Joe Whitehead, what a soldier! Oh yes Preston, who was a clerk in the orderly room, took me for some cash the day he got discharged. When I worked the supply room, any one remember the nignt a certain Pvt attempted to steal a M-16? Cooks Frenchy, Grigsby, and the cook that broke into my room and boosted my stereo while I was on CQ. Briefly played softball, 3rd base, catcher was another cook. At the end of my service, field first was a Sgt jackson, maybe, He had a pair of beautiful Boxer dogs. Also had basic at Ft Dix, Mar 70, A 2 2 under Sgt Grant Fox. Capt was into himself, reminded me of Sammy Davis Jr. with a spit shine. I apologize for not remembering everyone, but it was a great experience, and I believe it helped make me who I am today.



Name: Yolanda Reyes
Email: yoleeeee at aol dot com
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Date: December 25, 2009 - 04:56 PM (pacific)
My husband served in Viet Nam motor pool, 1967, William Haden Mcdonald, if you knew him, please email, yoleeeee@aol.com



Name: Gary wayne Foster
Email: csmfoster at att dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: December 25, 2009 - 10:09 AM (pacific)
101st Nov 21 1967 Nov 1968



Name: Leon Hannebaum
Email: leonk at hannebaumgrain dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: December 24, 2009 - 04:19 PM (pacific)
7160MP 70-71 Looking for Art Bull and others I served with on gun jeeps



Name: Terrence Cole
Email: tecole20 at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: December 23, 2009 - 10:10 PM (pacific)
chu lai,68-69,198th inf.LZ Bayonnet,looking for buddies bobby morrison or charles richmond.



Name: RICK STEPHENS
Email: RSTEPHENS at CENTURYLINK dot NET
Hometown: SECTION, AL
Date: December 23, 2009 - 10:15 AM (pacific)
I WAS IN VIETNAM 1967 COMBAT ENG.



Name: joe a grassia
Email: joe7743 at att dot net
Hometown: suwanee, GA
Date: December 22, 2009 - 05:09 PM (pacific)
camp red devil may 1971 quang tri, trying to refresh my mind on detailed moments. (help) i know it been years since c co. 75th support battalion & just a few feet from the pamper club.



Name: Rick Gaal
Email: rickgaal1 at knology dot net
Hometown: Panama City, Florida
Date: December 22, 2009 - 03:08 PM (pacific)
I was stationed at NhaTrang 1968. Looking for Lee Hannaki (spelling ?) and Alepata Liu (spelling ?)



Name: Theodore Augustus Bryant
Email: ta dot bryant at yahoo dot com
Hometown: San Jose, CA
Date: December 22, 2009 - 01:02 PM (pacific)
I was assigned to the 5/42 artillery and was detailed to the 2/32 just in time for the attacks on FSB Pace in September 1971. I was a ground radar op. Who was the Warrant Officer in the 2/32 who supervised the ground radar operations at FSB Pace? He awarded me the Bronze Star.



Name: Philip Pantoja
Email: pinchebato at hotmail dot com
Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
Date: December 21, 2009 - 09:55 PM (pacific)
My tour of duty in Vietnam was from March 1970 - March 1971 in Long Binh. I was a Staff Sgt in the Class I yard and in charge of the NAF Section. During my tour at Long Binh it was a fairly safe area, just a few alerts of incoming now and then but luckily it never came, and for that I am grateful. The whole of Vietnam was considered a war zone but I was never in a battle, again grateful. I had a supply MOS and therefore I was classified as a non-combatant. I was a support troop. I believe that technically we were all prepared to be combatants should the need arrive, after all we were all basically trained for defense of our country. We swore an oath. Supply, Transportation, Communications, Medical, Mess, Administrative Personnel, and all support troops are ready to take up arms when called upon in defense of our country as was the case in Vietnam and past wars.
I went to Vietnam to support ALL of our troops, and that, I did to the best of my ability. I have nothing to be ashamed of. Had I been called upon for combat duty I would have been extremely proud to serve. I wouldn't have been too unfamiliar with the duties of a combat soldier although it had been a few years since I was a grunt.
I served as an 0311 with Marine Regiments and Fleet Marine Force Pacific Divisions during my tour with the Marine Corps from 1954 - 1958. (Peace time but nevertheless excellent training). As it turned out I later joined the Army in 1958 and was assigned to the 9th Infantry Division for a while. I then transfered to the Quartermaster Corp and went to Vietnam and was assigned to the 506th S&S Company.
I am very proud and thankful to ALL of our Vietnam Vets combat and support troops for there service and sacrifices. They let it be known that the United States Armed Forces are Forces to be reckoned with. Again, I am proud of my service in Vietnam.
U.S. Marine Corps. 1954 - 1958
U.S. Army 1958 - 1975



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