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Name: James H. Jones
Email: thejjway at hotmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: February 07, 2007 - 02:13 PM (pacific)
I served in Viet-Nam in the 512th Transportation Unit in Phu Tai, and T.T.U. in Quin Nhon. I served with Jim Pruitt and Wayne Vantleven.



Name: william david spencer
Email: trucker at frontiernet dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: February 07, 2007 - 11:38 AM (pacific)
Does anyone rember Tuy hoa army base security around af base?1968-1969 got kicked off af base unless offical businass we mostly patrole and fixed pipeline 1968 during mon soon season I was driving a 3/4 ton with patrol road was flood trying to remember where it was drove off into paddy sank truck up to the radio antina.then ran rok rd block



Name: Carl E. Iverson
Email: cazzcountry at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Cass Lake, Mn.
Date: February 07, 2007 - 11:26 AM (pacific)
just got a comp. or would have been here long ago.RVN 67-68. 86 trans. 6 BN. 48 Grp. Long Bien.also 243 trans at Tuy Duc. security detail- m-60& m79. Mostly convoys all over III corp. Loved those nite convoys, more fun that way! Never had much to eat not even C rats.I was always wound tite on convoy & still am.Divorced, agent orange, PTSD, feel like crap most of the time. 100 % p&t DAV. Anybody know anything about TC hill & 6 or 7 Battalion, what happened after May 68. Paul Irving if your still able E or call. Catch you all later.
Iver



Name: joseph M huska
Email: jhuska at access995 dot com
Hometown: newcumberland, wv
Date: February 07, 2007 - 08:16 AM (pacific)







February 7, 2007


Dear Veteran,

jhuska@access995.com is looking for someone who can verify the day and or the month the Cantho air field was over ran and the ammo dump and a few gunships were blown up and a few soldiers were killed.
Can anyone remember the mess hall was the target of some mortar rounds that only hit some steel storage containers behind the mess hall?
There was a time, when Eakin compound was hit with some mortar rounds that blew up communication lines and the mess hall. The only place that served the best WESTERN OMELET in the world!!
I also remember the soccer field next to the compound. The most upseting feeling watching body bags being thrown out of helicopters. They were not landing, they were hovering about 30 feet throwing them out. The bags seemed to have a little bounce to them.
I served in the 1st signal briade, CO. A 52nd Signal Battaiion. From June 1969 to Feb. 28 1970
I can?t remember the dates. Thank you if you can help.
THANK YOU FOR SERVING!!!!!!!!!!!

Sincerely,
Joseph M. Huska
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Name: Larry Gene Schmidt
Email: thecookfarmhouse at msn dot com
Hometown: Cook, Nebraska
Date: February 06, 2007 - 05:56 PM (pacific)
I was a plumber in the Air Force and served in DaNang in 1967. I was very proud to serve, but will never forget it, some good some bad.



Name: HERB HIGGINS
Email: RISKMGR at SBCGLOBAL dot NET
Hometown: NORCO, CA
Date: February 06, 2007 - 04:04 PM (pacific)
Sgt 578th signal assigned temp duty Kontom TET 68 what a mess with a the bodies being shoved into mass graves. The smell of dead bodies I shall never forget.



Name: mallory lynn york
Email: pretty_in_pink
Hometown: trumann, arkansas
Date: February 06, 2007 - 01:35 PM (pacific)
alsome thank for the tips it help me in school



Name: lonnie c. parks
Email: loclpa at earthlink dot net
Hometown: coos bay, oregon
Date: February 06, 2007 - 06:20 AM (pacific)
new e-mail address. was in nam 69 and 70 at Dalat with the E Co. 43re signal bat. then changed to 556th signal co. up on Lang Bien Mountain (LBM). Worked in tech control then ran the switch board for a while then got demoted to the motor pool (tire changer extrordinar) was there for the great attack on the motor pool june 20 1970. looking for any of the switchboard guys, or the cook schroder (sp) or any of the "heads" that hung out at the back shitter (wasn't life grande then!) or a dude named Charity. Everbody called me Tummy. I am on LBM for life.



Name: Johnny Mack Hanners
Email: littlejohn123 at tds dot net
Hometown: Gaylesville, al
Date: February 06, 2007 - 12:02 AM (pacific)
I was sgt.with the enginereers bn. 1 st. inf. div. Was with the first group to move into Camp Dong tom in the Mekong Delta in 1966.I arrived in Viet Nam about two weeks after the 1 st.Div. I went over with a group of I believe 22 sergeants out of washington dc area fort belvoir va.We joined up with the 1 st. div. shortly after they arrived there First at camp Bear cat Then about December or January we moved to dong tom in the mekong . I did mostly demolition work in the Metho river and supporting the Infantry operations I would love to hear from any one who went over with me or who was stationed with me in the delta

Thanks for this site and thanks to all vets no matter where or when they served.



Name: Don Davison
Email: dodavison at hotmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: February 05, 2007 - 09:40 PM (pacific)
Was prox. 30 miles north of Saigon in tent camp TDY from Okinawa installing and operating Signal Corp. equipment during late Feb '66 to Apr '66. Tent camp attacked while watching movie on piece of plywood. Let me know if any of you were there.



Name: Michelle Torer-Toth
Email: drewmichelletoth at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Mentor, Ohio
Date: February 05, 2007 - 07:54 PM (pacific)
Hello, I am writing on behalf of my father, Phil Torer. He was and SP in Viet Nam at the Phu Cat AB in 1968-1969. I am using the internet to get him involved with his past in the Air Force. May God Bless you all. All our service men and women are in our nightly prayers.
Sincerly, Michelle Torer-Toth



Name: FRANK BRADLEY
Email: FORFB at YAHOO dot COM
Hometown: ,
Date: February 05, 2007 - 04:47 PM (pacific)
HM3 Doc Bradley - Danang 1967-1968
Hope all is well and life has been good



Name: jOSEPH THOMAS JOHNSON
Email: joeandjeanne at goeaston dot net
Hometown: marydel, maryland
Date: February 05, 2007 - 11:59 AM (pacific)
I was station in long Bihn Dec69-Dec70.I can't find my records. I was station at an engineer lit.maint.co
across from a heliport, on the opposite side of the heliport was a field and transportationcompany.I had a stroke and can't remember all the details, on the side of the heliport was rt 1 and maint. shops was 2 miles across from it.My two buddies was pepe from New York and James E. Robinson from La,Cal.
Does anyone out their remembers and can help.



Name: GEORGE R. HARP
Email: WA2CL at NPGCABLE dot COM
Hometown: , ARIZONA
Date: February 04, 2007 - 03:43 PM (pacific)
FMF CORPSMAN 1965&66 - This web site should be published as a textbook...Required reading for all highschool American history classes.



Name: Duane K. Paull
Email: mpaull at i2k dot net
Hometown: Hawks, Mi
Date: February 04, 2007 - 02:08 PM (pacific)
101st com.A 2 Bat. 502 infantry Screaming Eagles
69/70 Anyone out there remember me. Looking for some ole friends.



Name: Phil Story
Email: philbarb at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Merced, Ca
Date: February 04, 2007 - 12:04 AM (pacific)
Red Beach DaNang 66,67 with MCB One, First and the Finest.Looking for any SeeBee's assighned
to One at that time. Anyone know where to reach Bob Vacsonavich (BEAR).God bless you all.



Name: Edward Hughson Peters
Email: petershouseh at frontiernet dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: February 03, 2007 - 09:23 PM (pacific)
I was assigned to the H&S CO 2BN. 7TH MARINES 81 MOTARS [ VIETNAM 68-69] The sights ,images and what we did in Nam will always be in our hearts and minds our nightmares no one will understand unless they were there. GOD BLESS TO ALL WHOHAVE SERVED AND ARE SERVING OUR COUNTRY.



Name: Cooky (Woolery) Smythers
Email: bigdogcooky at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Culpeper, Virginia
Date: February 03, 2007 - 01:07 PM (pacific)
My dad is Robert J. Woolery Sr. he lives in Oregon. He was in the Army. I am looking for anyone who served with him in the 297th Transportation Company 1st Field Headquarters in Nhatrang or when he was in the DMZ at the Dannang East Open Mess System. Kenny Bowers, Dick Hobbs, George Asplund, and a soldier that went by the name Xoch ( his last name being Xochihua). I'm trying to help my dad with PTSD and memory loss from the trauma of the war. Thanks so much for any help.



Name: Ken Lee Sayers
Email: spikemom9 at fontiernet dot net
Hometown: Caledonia, ny
Date: February 02, 2007 - 07:02 PM (pacific)
G Troop 2nd of 11th ACR E 5
12/68 12/69 Loc Ninh Xuan Loc High Way 1



Name: ROY BOWMAN
Email: REIANNON at EARTHLINK dot NET
Hometown: JONESBOROUGH, TN.
Date: February 02, 2007 - 04:45 PM (pacific)
WELCOME HOME TO ALL UNITS. I WAS WITH THE 34TH , 39TH, AND THE 46TH ENGINEERS IN 1971



Name: WILLIAM KENNETH MCKINNEY
Email: WANDAJ9 at AOL
Hometown: ,
Date: February 02, 2007 - 08:33 AM (pacific)
I WAS WITH 3/5, MIKE COMPANY AND WAS ON HILL 1192 AND AT TET OFF.



Name: Randy L Helmer
Email: rlhelmer at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Crofton, Nebraska
Date: February 02, 2007 - 07:16 AM (pacific)
I was with area company 44th signal bn located in Long Binh.July 1968 until Sept 17th 1969.Anyone remember Sgt Hurd,Sgt Knox,Sgt Fisher,Pineapple the 1st sgt,JJ the warrent officer,sgt Dwyer,sgt Gries,pixley,Harriston,Dugan,Hendrix,Flores,Gorman,Thomas,Mitchell,Disisco,Barnes,Barbee,Gassaway,Carr. Please E-mail



Name: Orval Strong
Email: strongorv at theskybeam dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: February 01, 2007 - 10:04 PM (pacific)
I served in A company 1/52 198th light infantry brigade from Jan. to the last of May 1968



Name: Spruel Jackson (Fat Jack) Norris,Jr
Email: mojack7847 at bellsouth dot net 3832 Bay Orchard Way
Hometown: Loganville, GA
Date: February 01, 2007 - 07:14 PM (pacific)
I served as a GRUNT with Co.B 4/31 196th LIB 1969-70.Would love to hear from anyone who served with me. FAT JACK Norris



Name: George R. Harp
Email: WA2cl at NPGCABLE dot com
Hometown: , Arizona
Date: February 01, 2007 - 04:11 PM (pacific)
1965-1966 Hospital Corpsman with rifle company..also a few months (latter part of 1966) at a Marine Med. Battalion outside of DaNang 1st Batt., 3rd or ? Shipped out from Pendelton (San Mateo) as 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines Hotel Company in August 1965 on USS Bexar from San Diego. Was the float battallion (South China Sea) for several months...USS Talledaga, Montrose, Iwo Jima and Valley Forge and others? Got off the ships early part of 1966 and located in Phu Bai area. Operation Harvest Moon and others that that I am at a loss for the names. Our Battalion was on the way to RVN during operation Starlite. Any Marines or Corpsmen out there that can relate to this?



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