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Name: John Roy Barris
Email: johnlindab123 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Bishopville, MD
Date: May 22, 2007 - 08:22 PM (pacific)
Last Friday, a good buddy of mine drowned accidentally off the Eastern Shore of MD. His name was Robert (Bobby) Regan and he served with the 1st Provisional Rifle Co. in 1967-1968. He was 56. He is to be laid to rest on Thursday May 24th in E. New Market MD. He was always very proud of his unit and his service. I was with the 173rd ABN BDE and we argued forever about which unit was better. I know you guys will keep him in your prayers. We lost a good Marine and a good man.
Semper Fi



Name: Carroll LeGlue
Email: cleglue at cox dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 21, 2007 - 05:12 PM (pacific)
47th trans Long Binh 1969-70. Looking for Jesse L. Miller from Kentucky or anyone else that remembers me.



Name: Chuck Douglas Weinberg
Email: chuckw_51 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Port Charlotte, Florida
Date: May 21, 2007 - 10:21 AM (pacific)
Cpl, USMC, "B" Company, !st Amphibious Tractor Batalion, 3rd Marind Division. Cau Viet, South Vietnam, April 1967 / May-1968. Radio Operator, Vietnamese Translator and Amtrac Crewman. Looking for those who served with me.



Name: Roy Ralston
Email: royhralston at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Little Elm, Tx
Date: May 21, 2007 - 09:26 AM (pacific)
I was stationed in Qui Nhon, Apr 66-67. POL
outfit 19th S & S, I drove a tanker, we convoyed to
An Khe up & over the pass ( we had to have been
young & crazy ) Welcome home men. Compound
was a place called the valley, anyone else there?



Name: Steve Faulkner
Email: sac5thcds at aol dot com
Hometown: Roseville, CA
Date: May 20, 2007 - 11:38 PM (pacific)
Assigned to 15th Aerial Port Squadron Dec 68 to Dec 69 in DaNang. Witnessed firsthand the bomb dump explosions in the spring of 69 and caught a little scrapnel from a 140 mm rocket. Outside of that, it was a fairly un eventful year for me. My worse week was during April of 69. If you were there you know what I am talking about. If you wern't, you don't want to know.



Name: ed kurtzner
Email: kurtzndk at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 20, 2007 - 09:08 PM (pacific)
595 sig co 1969 to1970 lai khe.cooked in the big red one mess hall 1st cook they called me duke



Name: ronnie parker
Email: ronparker at tds dot net
Hometown: pittsboro, mississippi
Date: May 20, 2007 - 07:12 PM (pacific)
was with FASU 72-73 anyone rember the date the jarheads bombed us



Name: David M. McClellan
Email: mcclellan_dm at mercer dot edu
Hometown: Macon, Georgia
Date: May 20, 2007 - 05:50 PM (pacific)
I served in the 129th Main Support Company from July '67 to June '68. Initially in Cam Ranh Bay as part of the 69th Maintenance Bn, it was deployed to Da Nang at the start of the Tet Offensive. From there to Dong Ha via the Cua Viet River while under fire and was finally located just outside of Quang Tri City where it provided limited support of efforts to relief Khe Sanh. In the Quang Tri area it was deactivated on paper and reactivated as HHC, 63rd Maintenance Bn. Most important year of my life!



Name: Judy Mack
Email: judithmack at hotmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 20, 2007 - 02:59 PM (pacific)
Looking for an old friend.........George A.S. Fowler. If you know where he is, please forward this to him.Thanks so much. Judy



Name: stan green
Email: stangunner139 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Dowagiac,, MI
Date: May 20, 2007 - 01:59 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who served with the a batt 377th arty 101st airborn. i was crew chief on OH-6A. 2/69 to 2/70. contact me about a group we started at yahoo group's.Meet old buddy's, or make new one's.



Name: WAYNE BROOKS
Email: shootist729 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: , UTAH
Date: May 20, 2007 - 09:22 AM (pacific)
LOOKING FOR KILO'S KILLERS./ KILO 4/11=VIET NAM 67-68./ HILL 65 .//Fred Frey,Dale Harnish.Gary Thurston,William Williams,Jeff Johnsen,Hector Comoncho,wayne Baxter,Tom Wilson,John Cusack,Bruce Walters,Dave Ferguson,Howard,Demmitt,Dave Adams,North,Schafer,Justice,Jay,Weakley,Pappy?
Maloney,Dale Harnish,Louie Gonzales,Knight,
Found=Capt.Cavagnol,,Lt.US Grant.Steve Zuniga,Lance Barr,George Lauter,Fred Desantis,Mike Compton ,Al Mathews,Hansen .
I know there are more i have forgotten drop me a line and fill me in.
SF God Bless
Cpl. Wayne Brooks
Gun 1



Name: Raymond P Palladino
Email: vietnaminfo1971 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Riverside, NJ
Date: May 19, 2007 - 08:24 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who was in Nha Trang between Feb. 1971 and March 1971 who witnessed any incoming on or around those dates with casualitys for ptsd any info would be great

Thanks
Ray Palladino



Name: Rufus Roy Shinall
Email: sshina4 at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 19, 2007 - 05:58 PM (pacific)
My husband Roy served with the 101st Airborne in Viet Nam from 1965 to 1966. He came down with Leukemia in 1998 and passed away on Nov. 3rd, 2002--Any one who remembers him --would love to hear from you.



Name: jim dooley
Email: jamcar at worldnet dot aat dot net
Hometown: elkhorn, ne
Date: May 19, 2007 - 04:02 PM (pacific)
i was an american adviser initially with 2/5th cav squadron(vietnamese army) later with rfpf units.... hope the world a better place..



Name: charles elmer desherlia
Email: lulu_4u04 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: hurricane, ut
Date: May 19, 2007 - 01:07 PM (pacific)
does anybody remember in1971 on convoy, on the coast a five ton wrecker with a bro sitting in the operators seat jumped as the wrecker went over the cliff!!!!!! we were sitting ducks waiting to extracked the other two comrades.I believed they went back to states. B7/17



Name: Gary Omer Waugh
Email: waugh55go at verizon dot net
Hometown: Bonham, Texas
Date: May 19, 2007 - 09:28 AM (pacific)
I was with Co.A 2/503rd.Infantry,173rd. Airborne
2nd. platoon. 173rd. Firebase was at LZ English.
Our platoon operations were EAST of the Bon-Song
bridge close to South China Sea. I am looking for
anyone who served with me.I was youngest one in
platoon at age 17. Donald Lee, Andre S. David T.
were some of the guys I was with, C.O. was Capt.
Willam Jengings.Please contact me anytime!



Name: Thomas George Taylor
Email: Redtom100 at AOL dot com
Hometown: Canton, MI
Date: May 18, 2007 - 08:12 PM (pacific)
I was the original company clerk for the 854th Trans. Co (TS). We embarked from Ft. Story, VA in Sept. 1966 took a ship, MSTS Rose, from Hampton Roads, VA to Qui Nhon, RVN. Company Commander was Capt. Andrew Ondich, 1st Sgt, was Melvin Siegel. I rotated back to the US Sept. 1967 and was assigned to the 108th MI Gp. Ft. Devens, MA. I have recently been in contact with a number of friends from the company: Bill Hufler, Roger Shields, Frank Frye, Pat Kight, and Don Williams. I would like to talk to as many of my fellow troops as I can.

WELCOME BACK



Name: Liu Xiang Zhang
Email: bayawanwerk2 at 188 dot com
Hometown: China, China
Date: May 18, 2007 - 04:30 PM (pacific)
Nice job guys, you bring smile to faces



Name: wayne r carter
Email: wrcarter285 at yaHOO dot COM
Hometown: COATESVILLE, pA
Date: May 18, 2007 - 03:53 PM (pacific)
285TH TRANS CO-394TH TRANS BN 66-68



Name: William Genthe
Email: wgenthe at earthlink dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 17, 2007 - 10:43 PM (pacific)
Served in Vietnam 68-69 HM3 Corpsman with 1st Tanks, 1st Marines on Hill 55 outside DaNang. Loved my Marines, Semper Fi. I now work with Marines in counseling at Parris and Air Station near Beauford, SC. Any Marine there who remembers Doc, send me a line.



Name: Albert Alfaro
Email: aalfaro at lonestar dot utsa dot edu
Hometown: ,
Date: May 17, 2007 - 09:15 PM (pacific)
I served in the U.S. Army as a cannoneer 175mm with 6/14 Heavy Artillary at both Kontum and Ben Het. My tour of duty was from Oct 68 thru Oct 69.



Name: Howard g young
Email: how077 at att dot net
Hometown: Washingtonville, new york
Date: May 17, 2007 - 08:20 PM (pacific)
I served 2 tours in country Nov 68-APR 70 and again from Oct 71 -Jul 72. I had a 63H20 mos wheel and track mechanic, but after I screwed up the repair on the battalion commanders M-151a1 and on a 10 ton M123A1c, the powers that be decided that I would do less harm if I became the dispatcher and parts clerk in the motor pool. This worked out for me as I always preferred paperwork to any kind of "get your hands dirty " kind of work.
I was in the 549th light maintenance company (DS)
located on long binh post...Also called LBJ Compound. This unit was part of the 185th maintenance Battalion,then it was part of the 266th S&S Battalion,which itself was part of the 29 general support group, and later still became part of Saigon Support Command. as time passed I also started driving the 2&1/2 M49a1 fuel tanker to bring diesel fuel around to several near by company's for the Mama sans to use to burn all off the human solid waste each morning(What a great smell that was!!)
Even later I was given the job of driving a 5 ton tractor trailer unit think it was a M52a2 with a M131a5c trailer to carry potable (Drinkable) water around to fill up the water tower near enlisted men's showers,officers showers and of course to provide water for the mess hall to attempt to cook food with, some times successfully...
When I returned to long binh in Oct of 71 the old buildings of the 549th light maintenance company were abandoned and fallen into a state of decay...I can only imagine if that amount of decay happened in just 18 months, by now there must be almost no trace at all of that post which at its height was the largest concentration of military in the whole country....over 150,000 troops Anyway When I returned in Oct 71 I was assigned to the 510th Engineer Company also on long binh post about 2 city blocks from where my old unit had been..
the 510th was part of the 92 CS bn. I have trouble remembering what I did during those 9 months...I think that I was reassigned several times as the units that I was in were sent back to the states, I just can't remember this 2nd tour too much.
I do remember a spectacular fire at the 64th QM tank farm on long binh that happened when some zappers sneaked through the wires on the perimeter and set off some explosives. These had to be some early suicide bombs,since the targets were 250.000 gal tanks of gasoline,jet fuel,diesel ...the farm had about 20 or so tanks of that size and the night that this explosion took place I heard the explosions and got up in a hurry,ran down to where my water tractor-trailer were parked and beat feet down to where the fire was... I got as close as possible to the flames, maybe 1000 or 1500 feet,hooked up a 25 foot length of 4" hose to the tanker with a nozzle on the end which reduced the opening to 1 inch and with at least 4 other guys holding on we tried to cool down some of the neighboring tanks praying that they would not blow-up too.. I made several trips that night bringing water to fight that raging inferno and I still have dreams about it almost 40 years later I'm just not sure about whether this happened in 69,70,71,or72 if any one remembers this fire at the 64th QM tank farm, please send me an e-mail
also anyone who might remember me from the 549th light maint Co. Nov 68-apr70 or
510th Engineer Co. Oct 71-Jul 72
please send an e-mail I have forgotten so much and would like to here from anyone still above the grass thanks to every vietnam vet and ALL vets
WELCOME HOME



Name: George Daniel Tolar
Email: hhls at bellsouth dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 17, 2007 - 03:10 PM (pacific)
U S Army Cam Ranh Bay 1968



Name: Joe Doyle
Email: ddmaujoe at aol dot com
Hometown: , MA
Date: May 17, 2007 - 01:12 PM (pacific)
I was with the 3rd. MAB Marble mountain 70-71.Great pics. brings back alot of memories-thanks!Semper- Fi !!!!!



Name: dave allen jones
Email: davejones18 at comcast dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 17, 2007 - 06:38 AM (pacific)
9 th inf 2 bn 47 mech a co 1969-1970



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