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Name: Robert W. King
Email: rwking41 at embarqmail dot com
Hometown: DeFuniak Springs, FL
Date: June 03, 2007 - 09:40 PM (pacific)
Served in country 68-69 with 616th Med Co, 22nd Surg Hosp, 27th Surg, and NSAD Phu Bai. Also worked with the Koreans at Philco-Ford in Phu Bai.



Name: GP Buxton
Email: driftingsands67 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Lancaster, CA
Date: June 02, 2007 - 02:25 PM (pacific)
This fine man David Ray Burkman went home to his maker today. He was a bonifide war hero, a loving father and grandfather, and I am proud to have called him my friend. His tour of duty is ended, please pray for his immortal soul.

GP Buxton
USN Viet Nam Era Vet

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Name: dave r burkman
Email:
Hometown: lancaster, ca
Date: April 02, 2007 - 07:59 PM (pacific)

served with a great bunch of guys Aco 3rd bde 1/508 82nd abn. 1968.wounded april 24 1968. chu lai,phu bai,hue,quang tri,a shai. lost contact 39 yrs. ago am very anxious to hear from any body i knew.many went to jump school together before deployed overseas.tony benavidez,pete petrazewski,sgt.guzman,capt.Hayman,pfc.webb to name a few have forgoten a lot of names but not faces,would love to hear from any of you.when i got hit you got me out of there.thanks.

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Name: KEITH OEST
Email: mustangkeith at centurytel dot net
Hometown: OZARK, MO
Date: June 02, 2007 - 11:28 AM (pacific)
INTERESTED IN ANYONE WHO SERVED 70-71 AT DA NANG RVN WITH 366 CSG/6250 SQ. REMEMBER ME AS THE GUY WHO TYPED UP YOUR TICKETS TO GO BACK HOME. I WORKED IN TRANSPORTATION SQUADRON.



Name: Johnny M Rogers
Email: jrogers18 at suddenlink dot net
Hometown: Winterville, NC
Date: June 02, 2007 - 08:21 AM (pacific)
I served two tours, both in I Corps. First time in A Co, 2/5 Cav, 1st Air Cav Div; injured knee; went home early; assigned to 24th Div, Ft Riley, KS; had surgery; back in-country within 10 mos of leaving. Second tour began with 2 1/2 mos in MACV J-1 as rctg/induction advisor to ARVN in DaNang. Then with MACV Adv Tm 3 which served as advisors to the ARVN 1st Division with Hqs at the Citadel in Hue. Serving with the Vietnamese gave me a totally different perspective on the war; the Vietnamese were like us they loved their families, wanted peace, wanted better things for their families, etc.

I ret'd to VN in Jan '92 w/VWAM. It was very special in many ways. Some people on the trip were Bill Kimball, Roger Helle, Rev Bob Peragallo, Bill Baldwin, Les Walker (I want to find him), another guy w/wife (can't remember name, but he committed suicide shortly after returning). I try to pray daily for all who have served, are serving and will serve in our Nation's military and non-uniformed services. I would ask all who read this to pray for America (2 Chron 7:14; Phil 4:6). Oh, I am very blessed (even with Multiple Sclerosis, 3 knee replacements, survived a bad wreck)- have super wife (married 45 yrs on 12 Oct '07), 3 wonderful children and 3 wonderful grandchildren.

Johnny

JESUS CHRIST IS LORD



Name: Ernie Lizotte
Email: ernest dot lizotte at gmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: June 02, 2007 - 02:29 AM (pacific)
I served in Duc Hoa Vietnam, from 1967-1968. Pohl compound advisory team 99. Worked in the communication center.



Name: jim edward schilling
Email: halfdozen_6_1951 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: lakearrowhead, ca
Date: June 01, 2007 - 06:43 PM (pacific)
usmc I was stationed at camp books flc.67-68 looking for crazy ed presgraves. david gathier. col phiffal.



Name: Ed Kirby
Email: ed-kirby at comcast dot net
Hometown: Boston, Ma
Date: June 01, 2007 - 04:05 PM (pacific)
I served with the 3rd 155mm gun btry.(SP) and the 3rd 175mm gun btry.(SP) from Aug.68 to Aug.69.I was in M.T. section.Served at Danang,AnHoa.L.Z.Ross and spent time at other places unknown.Looking to hear from any former Marines from the unit,also 3rd 8"How.Btry.(SP) Semper Fi..L/Cpl Ed Kirby



Name: Arthur Leon Green
Email: blessings2002 at peoplepc dot com
Hometown: Ft. Worth, Texas
Date: June 01, 2007 - 12:50 PM (pacific)
I would like to get with anyone from the same time I was in Nam and in the 1st 501st 101st Airborne 1970 - 1971 I am now 56 in Aug of 2007 and work for the Post Office in Ft Worth Texas Married and doing ok but think of my brothers I left behind in Nam all the time



Name: Irene F. Gilpin (Kwoka)
Email: igilpin at veterans-salute dot com
Hometown: Lake Worth, FL
Date: June 01, 2007 - 08:52 AM (pacific)
I was a stewardess for Airlift International & flew during the Tet offensive to Khe Sanh, Tan Son Nhut, Cameron Bay, Saigon, & DaNang. Anyone who was on my flight I would love to hear from you. Most importantly "WELCOME HOME" peace.



Name: Tracy A Duplichan
Email: tracy dot duplichan dot com
Hometown: Grants, NM
Date: June 01, 2007 - 07:37 AM (pacific)
Proudly Honoring Our POW/MIA's. Brother-n-law to POW/MIA Robert Lee Luster



Name: Doug Fischer
Email: dfisc12ga at aol dot com
Hometown: Plano, TX
Date: May 31, 2007 - 09:17 PM (pacific)
Bravo Company, 3rd Anti Tank Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, Ontos B12, January 1963 - January 1965



Name: Daniel MOrales
Email: dmorales14 at nyc dot rr dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 31, 2007 - 01:20 PM (pacific)
I Was assigned to Army MARS Station AB8AAI in Dong Ha from April 1969 to end of January 1970. MY job was connecting my (mostly) Army and Marine brothers with loved back in the world via Shortwave/Phone patches with ham operators throughut the States. I will always consider the greatest job I ever had!. Met a lot of great young men and women. Loved them all. Many are gone now. Way too early and too beautiful.

Trying to locate anyone who was with us there.

Sgts. And Spp 4/5's (can't remember who had what rank) Browm, Babbit, Buchanan, Brandon, Maynard, Furman, Olah, Capt. Hardcastle (Station CO) and Herndon (Station CO, reported KIA in Quang Tri Province dec '69)

Anyone with info about how it all turened out after I rotated or any of the guys.....E-mail me.

God bless

Dan Morales (Sgt-E5)
Brooklyn NY



Name: Steve Rudy
Email: therudy2 at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 31, 2007 - 10:13 AM (pacific)
Served at LZ gator with 198th lib, July 69 to Feb 70. Just wanted to say hi to some friends i knew over there. Names i remember are Watkins(Watts), Suttle(Hawk), Birkholtz, Paulich, Bonney, Also hi to those whose names i cant recall. You will always be in my thoughts; as will Abraham, Reefer, and all of the others that were killed or wounded.



Name: STEPHEN PETER BABB
Email: sbabb at cbsd dot org
Hometown: warrington, pennsylvania
Date: May 30, 2007 - 01:33 PM (pacific)
Served with Headquarters and Headquarters Co. 54th General Support Group Cam Rahn Bay 1970-71. Anyone out there still willing to talk about our time there? Only guy I ever heard from was Humphries. Looking for Mcneill, Parsons, and anybody else who was there in the NAM.



Name: Ken Hunsucker
Email: ken at crownfirst dot com
Hometown: Gastonia, NC
Date: May 30, 2007 - 01:25 PM (pacific)
I served with the 66th MP Company in Phu Tai in 1969-70. We have formed a 66th MP Association and would like to hear from anyone that served with the 66th at any time in Nam. Contact me by email.



Name: Warren E Fuller
Email: warren at wefpages dot com
Hometown: Rehoboth Beach, DE
Date: May 30, 2007 - 01:27 AM (pacific)
Served: May 1968-May 1969 Chu Lai, DaNang
with Americal Div Arty Aviation and 11th Marine Regiment
looking for Cpt. Daryll James.

Served: Feb 1972-Feb 1973 Phu Bai, DaNang
with 138th Avn Company
looking for Captain Harry Sharp.



Name: Grace louise yost
Email: graceyost at hotmail dot com
Hometown: lima, oh
Date: May 30, 2007 - 01:20 AM (pacific)
I am searching for anyone that new my father Carl James Yost His friends called him "Yogi H was stationed at Camp Pendleton for awhile and El Toro and in North Carolina He was a helicopter mehanic My father passed away in august of 1976 right after he turned 40 and just months after he retired from the Corp. We were told that his death was service rlated. We know that he developed a infection on his foot that never went away. If anyone out there might knowanything about my father it would be a blessing if you can get in touch with us. I am his daughter Grace, and my children nvere got to know their granafather, Semper Fi



Name: Gary Bilbrey
Email: bilbreygary at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Russell, KS
Date: May 29, 2007 - 09:31 PM (pacific)
Great Site..... I served in Danang Jan66-Dec66 with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing in the Command Division. We were located in the French area across from Dog Patch, along the hwy...Would like to hear from others there at the time...



Name: Derek Naley
Email: dnaley at hotmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 29, 2007 - 08:07 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who may have served with my uncle Richard Naley B Company 3/47.
Killed 05/02/1968 in Kien Hoa



Name: Richard S. Lippert
Email: donzippy at hotmail dot ccom
Hometown: Mission Viejo, CA
Date: May 29, 2007 - 05:17 PM (pacific)
I was battalion chaplain with 2/5 from Sept 68 thru
May 69. One of the defining moments was operation Meade River. Serving with the Marine Infantry - and the best of the best, 2/5 - was a great priviledge and honor. Spent 21 days in the hospital with Malaria and shrapnel.



Name: Daniel Francis Sullivan
Email: johnnybean09 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Daly City, CA
Date: May 29, 2007 - 04:14 PM (pacific)
Great site; hope to contact someone I know. Served with U.S. Navy at Nha Trang and Bein Hoa from Sept.(?) 1963 thru March of 1964. Training at Camp Pendelton and Coranado Calif. Aug.-Sept. 1963. Also spent time at Cam Ranh Bay on three occasions (late 60's), but can't recall exact dates.



Name: John Benjamin Nieland
Email: nieland4 at msn dot com
Hometown: Marion, Iowa
Date: May 29, 2007 - 03:33 PM (pacific)
Commanded "C" Btry 1/321 101stABN Division
December 60 June70 Looking for anyone who served in this unit during this time fram.



Name: KERRY DOC HARTLEY
Email: KERRY at BOSSSYSTEMS dot COM
Hometown: MILFORD, MICHIGAN
Date: May 29, 2007 - 11:14 AM (pacific)
My name is Doc Hartley I produly served with 1st bat 4th Marines Charlie, Bravo, & Delta companies Jan 1 thru Aug 7th 1966.
I too am looking for the surviors of "Cherry Charlie" company. You see, when C company lost it's cherry, it lost most of it's capability as a cohesive fighting unit, and was merged into Bravo & delta company's. I am trying to find a Red head Lcpl from Oregon, I think Bend, Oregon who saved my life and a few others. I told some spit and polished Colonal in strached fatigues, that he and another brother both need to be nominated for valor. They wanted to nominate me for the silver star. Anyway, I got saved right after again, by the death of my 8 year brother and got a free pass to go home on emergency leave. My new unit Bravo company & Delta from 1- 4 went back into the shit, up around Khsan. Saw it on TV while on leave. Holy crap that was a nightmare. Never got back to the Nam.
Need to reconcile some old wounds, and say many many thanks.
Kerry Doc Hartley



Name: joe thomas mahovlic
Email: jarhead747 at aol dot com
Hometown: mentor-on-lake, ohio
Date: May 29, 2007 - 08:22 AM (pacific)
was in nam 1967 first marines first recon. like to hear from fellow marines i served with.



Name: Fr. James M McGowan
Email: mcgow845 at aol dot com
Hometown: Portales, NM
Date: May 28, 2007 - 10:56 PM (pacific)
As a third geneation veteran I served proudly in the United States Army (HHC 11th Aviation Brigade) in Saudi Arabia and Iraq during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. I followed in the honored foot steps of My cousin SGT Richie O'Hare B 1/17 Cav 82nd Airborne Division Viet Nam 1968-1969, My father PFC John J. McGowan F CO 502PIR 101st Airborne Division - D day, WWII and, My grandfather S1C William J McGowan US Navy WWI. My fellow soldiers and I served with honor and valor in the Persain Gulf. We served well because we learned well from the generations of Veterans who fought before us before us. I am mindful of the Viet Nam war movie "We Were Soldiers Once" The title is a misnomer because we are soldiers always! No amount of time, political manuverings or bad press can ever wash away the blood shed and sacrifices made. To my Cousin Richie and to all Viet Nam Veterans thank You for standing tall and teaching younger Veterans like myself the true meaning of Duty, Honor and Country. Let us pray for our brother and sister veterans who are currently shedding their blood in Iraq.Let their sacrifices for us not be in vain. Lest we forget!!! Soldier On!!!



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