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Name: Donald M Cheney
Email: shaunacheney at comcast dot net
Hometown: Manchester, NH
Date: March 17, 2007 - 10:47 AM (pacific)
My dad, Donald Cheney 571st Ord. Co. Was stationed in Phu Bai from Jan. 1970-Dec. 1970. He went through basic in Ft. Dix '69, unit D23. After basic he went to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo '69, unit D34. After 'nam he went to Ft. Benning, GA 608th Ord. Co. '71. He remembers a few names. Vietnam-"Dog" Zappata. Ft. Dix- Dennis Barker, Robert Burdet (or Burdette). Ft. Leonardwood George Bracket, and Harold Ward. He's told me a little about his experiences, but I didn't want to dig. I can't imagine what it could've been like like for the men and women over there.



Name: Larry David Barrett
Email: Celticwizard0217 at aol dot com
Hometown: Daleville, Alabama
Date: March 17, 2007 - 09:28 AM (pacific)
I think this is a great site. It's just to bad the government lost alot of our orders and lied about what was really going on. I did alot of recon and saw a lot of action which now i suffer from PTSD. I have to be on meds the rest of my life but I am still proud to say I would do it again. FREEDOM IS NOT FREE.



Name: steve davis russ
Email: banyonboy at aol dot co
Hometown: bronx, ny.
Date: March 16, 2007 - 09:17 PM (pacific)
just want to thank the veterans for their worlds of experience and heroism



Name: Michelle Weaver
Email: mweaver604 at comcast dot net
Hometown: Idaville, In
Date: March 16, 2007 - 07:05 PM (pacific)
My father was Charles L Sanders (Chuck). He was in Vietnam between November 1967 to January 1970. He was a pilot with the 1st cavalry. He was assigned with the 169th, later the 129th, and I believe maybe the 229th at some time. He was known as the flying ghost and nicknamed CASPER. If you knew him please share your stories with me we only had a short time together and I still have so many unanswered questions?



Name: Robert B Gilbert
Email: rbg181301 at comcast dot net
Hometown: Berwick, ME
Date: March 16, 2007 - 11:25 AM (pacific)
At NKP 68-69 56 SOW FMS Sheet metal



Name: Clifford Bishop
Email: cliffyb49 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: , Florida
Date: March 15, 2007 - 08:32 PM (pacific)
I was stationed in phu bi from June 1971 to August 1972 my first company was the 596th signal batallion attached to the 101st airborne. Then I was with the 598 signal Company and served in quan tri and Kahasan until I left country.. where are all you guys now? write if you think you know me.



Name: William Michael Bailey ( Beetle )
Email: Bailco at juno dot com
Hometown: Killeen, Texas
Date: March 15, 2007 - 07:49 PM (pacific)
Hello. Was in Nam 1968 - 69 at 87th Phu Bai , &
Bangoi Cam Ranh. Also 577th in Don Duong Dalat
1970 - 71. And Saigon 71 -72 Circle 34 , 34th Suppot in Tan San Nuht . Would like to hear from folks with me. I married Nam from D. D. Dalat. 36 years now. We still love each othe rlike yesterday.
Thanks Beetle. Retired Sfc E-7 Army Engineer 52X. Ft Hood Tx. 15 Mar. 2007 From Ashland Ky.



Name: Norman R Malone
Email: nmalone at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Yorba Linda, Ca
Date: March 15, 2007 - 07:21 PM (pacific)
Spent my time in Nam in 1968, D Battery, 4th/60th Squad Leader on Duster 242 attached to 4th Infantry in the Central Highlands. Looking for Lt. Botnick and any others that served with me. Welcome home! Great site.



Name: Bernard Rudolph Leckie 111
Email: brle3 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: St.Augustine, fl
Date: March 15, 2007 - 02:49 PM (pacific)
I was in the navy 74-78 lost alot of my freinds gone but never forgotten and and I want you vets to hear this (WELCOME HOME WE LOVE YOU !) YOUR SACRIFICE will never be forgotten



Name: Phillip Lee Rhoades
Email: plrjhomer at yahoo dot com
Hometown: sunfield, Michigan
Date: March 15, 2007 - 02:18 PM (pacific)
I served in Da Nang from 1968-1970.I was with the H&Sco.III Marine Divison.That divison was ran by a Maj.Fish and the suppley offer name was Cap.Montana,I think.I served as a Sgt.of the Guard at the main gate.And I went from that camp to Red Beach and back to my camp .As Sgt. of the guard.The name of the camp that I was with was Camp Hron,I think anyway.I only can remember some of the good days and some of the bad days.One good day was when we at that camp shot and killed a Water Bufflo and we had a BBQ.cook out of it.Boy was it ever good.Some of the other camps stoped by and enjoyed it with us."And one of the bad days was when a C-46 Schunk Chopper went down,right in front of my camp.I think that 26 personal was on her as she went down and burned up on the ground.No one came out of that chopper on that day.I took some pictures as she went down,and then I gave that film to my officer,so maybe some one could see just what happend to her,To see just why it went down.On the pictures that they enlarged was a time of 1:45 P.M.The day was 1-30-1970. They gave me some of the pictures that I took of that chopper as she went down and burned up,I have the pitures yet today."God Bless all of the men on that chopper that day.""I well never forget that day"If any one can remember that day that the chopper went down,Please e-mail me at plrjhomer@yahoo.com Or you can phone me at 517-566-2051 if you need to talk to me about that day."God Bless all that served in Viet Nam. Thank you Mr. Phillip Rhoades.



Name: DANIEL DAVID KLEPSER
Email: daniel dot klepser at EFFEM dot com
Hometown: GAHANNA, OHIO
Date: March 15, 2007 - 12:29 PM (pacific)
GOD BLESS ALL VIETNAM VETS! WOULD ESPECIALLY LIKE TO HEAR FROM FRIENDS WHO SERVED WITH ME AT PHU CAT AB FROM APRIL 1967 TO APRIL 1968.



Name: Hicks H. Hargis Jr.
Email: HICKSHARGIS at YAHOO dot COM
Hometown: Westwego, Louisiana
Date: March 15, 2007 - 11:40 AM (pacific)
Americal 1/82 arty B btry LZ Snoopy 69-70



Name: David Ray Helton
Email: sdhelton at hughes dot net
Hometown: Willis, TX
Date: March 15, 2007 - 10:06 AM (pacific)
Went toVietnam in April 1968 to April 1969.Left from FT. Bragg N.C , with 5th btn 42nd Arty to California .We were put on a ship (USS Barrett) and floated to Nam,an agonizing story in its own.Arrived at Cameron Bay made beachhead and was transported to BearCat,our first base camp, Saw Xuan Loc,Dian,Bein Luc,Long Bien,Bien Hoa and a lot of places I cant rember.Was transferd to 7th btn 8th arty .Went toa firebase in the middle of a ricepaddy south of Siagon in the delta at the forks of three rivers. I think it was called Camp Carroll or Camp Charlie .If anyone rembers me or where that was I would like to hear from you.Went over with a battallion came back with a few Welcome Home!!!!



Name: CAROLYN COLLYNS LIEVENS
Email: CAROLYN at MVWP dot COM
Hometown: ,
Date: March 15, 2007 - 08:37 AM (pacific)
LOOKING FOR ANYONE IN NAM WITH DENNIS COLLYNS NMCB-13 OR 8 I AM HIS DAUGHTER AND WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO KNEW MY DAD. CAROLYN@MVWP.COM



Name: John Peter McKenzie
Email: grunt101 at bellsouth dot net
Hometown: Cosby,, TN
Date: March 14, 2007 - 11:35 PM (pacific)
VN May 65 - Mar 66
Co B 2nd Bn 327th Parachute Infantry Regiment
1st Brigade 101st Airborne Division

U.S.S. ElTinge. Central Highlands. Cameron Bay, Nha Trang, Tuy Hoa, An Khe, Phan Rang.

CPT Apfell, Then CPT James Price.

1SG K. Thayer KIA then SFC K. Ferrah.

SGT Rufus Roy Shinall (SQD Ldr) and SGT Paul Mestancik. (Fire Team Ldr).

Mike Jones, Mac MacKiernan, PigPen Melton, Epps, Marchetti, Bob Ruble, John Mack, John Glenn, Effran Zapree, MoWheel Garrett, Frenchy DeBrill and all the men of Co B, 2nd Platoon and Weapons Platoon.

Good, good soldiers all!

These are MY heros!

WIA 13 Mar 66 at Tuy Hoa Mountain. (Sniper, head).



Name: Klain W. Garriga
Email: duster232 at bellsouth dot net
Hometown: Saucier, MS
Date: March 14, 2007 - 07:22 PM (pacific)
I served in "A" Btry (AW)(SP) 1/44th up in I Corps. I was a Sgt. on A-232. A-232 is the only track I served on while in Vietnam. I was a Tanker prior to joining the BTN. My awards include the Silver Star and Putple Heart. Dusters always, America forever!!



Name: Stanley Michael Pauole
Email: mickeyp46 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: , Hawaii
Date: March 14, 2007 - 04:34 PM (pacific)
Served at Danang inn 72'-73' assigned to the 6498th Crash Recovery Unit. I think about my tour each day...rocket attacks...monsoons...the smell of JP-4.....F4's dropping bombs on us by mistake in the POL area w/o warning...my right ear is still ringing....cloud cover during the monsoon season was thick......still sleeping at the edge of my bed after 34 years.



Name: ROGER DALLAS LOCKE
Email: MIMIUU at NEWWAVE dot COMM
Hometown: MADISONVILLE, KY
Date: March 14, 2007 - 01:28 PM (pacific)
I served in Vietnam-Cam Rahn Bay, 67-68 in the 575th Postal unit. I've suffering from PTSD and need contact with anyone that was there at the same time to verify stressor for claim of PTSD. I drove mail truck over the bridge to the men in the fields. If I can verified I was in the area of attacks I can prove my stressor.. I appreciate anyone helping me. All I need is statements from anyone there,. I can even send pictures if need be....Thanks



Name: Stephen P. Fereance
Email: sfere1945 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: New Hyde Pk., Hew York
Date: March 14, 2007 - 07:32 AM (pacific)
Served Vietnam 67-68 36th Engr. Bn Vaugtau Medics with Jack Keller



Name: Jimmie L. Owens
Email: owens65 at netscape dot com
Hometown: Bushnell, Illinois
Date: March 13, 2007 - 09:57 PM (pacific)
I'm seeking old comrads in arms from the 442 Trans. Co. 36th BN. based out of CRB. I served in country Oct. 67 - Oct. 68. I would like to hear from anyone I served with during that time period. God Bless America and those who served her.



Name: Ron George
Email: wapeeti at centurytel dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: March 13, 2007 - 09:23 PM (pacific)
I'm looking for anyone who knew my brother S/Sgt. Robert Waslh Hmm-361 Marines KIA 66-08-10 during operation colorado.
Please write. I'm trying to rekindle his life for the sake of his children and grandchildren.
thank You

Ron
wapeeti@centurytel.net



Name: Vietnam War Memorial Card
Email: triardent at gmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: March 13, 2007 - 06:08 PM (pacific)
FREE Vietnam War Memorial Wall Card

The Vietnam War Memorial You Can Carry In Your Wallet

The Vietnam War 'Wall Card' is available ONLY to (in-country/at sea) Vietnam War Veterans on a limited time basis due to its finite inventory. This is a 'Collector's Edition' treasure. It is not available anywhere else. The American War Library will NOT manufacture the Wall Card in the future.

DESCRIPTION: The Vietnam Memorial Wall Card is a durable plastic, wallet-sized microfiche photo card containing the names of 58,000+ Americans who lost their lives in Vietnam. The Wall Card is clearly readable with any microviewer. Listed are names, ranks, hometowns, DOB, DOD, service branch and the location on The Wall in Washington where each name is displayed.

For information on obtaining a FREE Wall Card travel to URL: http://members.aol.com/veterans/freecard.htm

Read the Instructions fully.





Name: daniel Bavuso
Email: dbavuso68 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: phila, Pa.
Date: March 13, 2007 - 02:11 PM (pacific)
67-68 dusters 5/2nd 6months 4/60th 7months tay ning cu chi long bin phietith phanrang de lat



Name: Jessica Cushman McGuire
Email: iowajess at yahoo dot com
Hometown: , illinois
Date: March 13, 2007 - 02:07 PM (pacific)
I am searching for anyone who might have known my father, Richard Cushman. Machine gunner in Company A 2nd Battalion 327th Infantry of the 101st Airborne in Vietnam from June of '66 to june of ;67. Please email me with any stories or acknowledgement. Thank you.



Name: Linda t nguyen
Email: nguyen_bichla at yahoo dot com
Hometown: dallas, tx
Date: March 12, 2007 - 11:56 PM (pacific)
Im looking for someone named Hoven /Hovin from the Vietnam war at cam ranh. This was about almost 40 years ago and im now looking for my father..please help if you have any information



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