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Name: NATALIE HANCOCK
Email: NATBRATT1210 at AOL dot COM
Hometown: CEDAR PARK, TX
Date: October 29, 2003 - 06:42 PM (pacific)
I AM A STUDENT USING THIS WEBSITE.IT WAS PRETTY USEFUL.BUT I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO PAY MY RESPECT TO MY GRANDFATHER WHO FOUGHT IN VIETNAM.IF ANYONE KNOWS HIM HIS NAME IS ISIDORO RODRIGUEZ PLEASE EMAIL ME.



Name: Chau Nguyen
Email: nnchau at ozonline dot com dot au
Hometown: , NSW
Date: October 29, 2003 - 06:08 PM (pacific)
Having interest in research of Vietnam history.



Name: Richard L Archambault
Email: oneinjum at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Eugene, Oregon
Date: October 28, 2003 - 08:33 PM (pacific)
Assigned June 1968 extended to August 1969, discharged on return. I proudly servied with the 18th MP Brig, 560th MP Company. I am interested in receiving info on your 2004 project about Saigon. I can be of assistance I am a Freelance Photojournalist and College Student after all these years I returned to persue my Degree. Please Snal Mail me any information on the Project.



Name: Duane C Boyle
Email: dboyinil at aol dot com
Hometown: Palos Hills, Illinois
Date: October 28, 2003 - 03:50 PM (pacific)
Served 67-68 USMC Delta 2/12 3rd MARINE Div. DMZ Con -Thien , CamLo , Ect,Ect,Ect.



Name: dennis michael sweezey
Email: dennissweezey at yahoo dot com
Hometown: cameron, mo
Date: October 28, 2003 - 02:15 PM (pacific)
served in vietnam with 61st med bat/98th ko det in 69/69 quite a interesting adventure/would do it again



Name: Tommy Lee Vernon
Email: Janika at 45
Hometown: ,
Date: October 28, 2003 - 10:26 AM (pacific)
I would like to put my name into the guestbook.



Name: cody allen beckman
Email: cab00799 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Hibbing, MN
Date: October 28, 2003 - 06:24 AM (pacific)
I like reading about it.



Name: jordan V Nguyen
Email: jordashn11 at AOL dot COM
Hometown: ,
Date: October 27, 2003 - 10:22 AM (pacific)
My dad was there during the war. He was born there & its interesting to see other stories and such. I have been just about everywhere there when i went over there. It is a very cool plaace & people think that the vietnameese are bad people still even though most of the fighters there aren't alive or moved somewhere else.



Name: Justin Lajeunesse
Email: justin_lajeunesse at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Windsor, on
Date: October 27, 2003 - 08:12 AM (pacific)
Just visiting the page, and wanted to let you know that there is a small vietnam war mem. in our town for canadian vets. thanks for your time

Justin Lajeunesse



Name: Janice Duran
Email: janicepontillas at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Marina, California
Date: October 27, 2003 - 12:42 AM (pacific)
My father went on three tours of duty to Da Nang, Vietnam. I decided to visit this site after doing a report for my class on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC. Our instructor asked us to interview a Veteran so I interviewed my Dad. I didn't know that so many people had died in this war and that death was everywhere. I just want to let all of you know that there are people that appreciate you and that God was definately with you to help you perservere through a war that really never ended for some people.



Name: Larry S. Nelson
Email: msss022 at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: October 26, 2003 - 04:42 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone that served in G/2/9 July 66 to August 67. I was in weapons platoon and attached to G/2/9.



Name: Larry S Fasel
Email: mrfasel_ok at yahoo dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: October 23, 2003 - 11:23 AM (pacific)
Was with in Company B, 2nd BN, 60th Inf, 9thDiv, in 1969, 11b/10 mos.



Name: jeremy haun
Email: haunboy at aol dot com
Hometown: columbia station, oh
Date: October 22, 2003 - 05:41 PM (pacific)
im 24 and i would of loved to go to vietnam to do my part god bless all of you



Name: Terri Shaw
Email: shawzoo at netzero dot net
Hometown: Salt Lake, Utah
Date: October 21, 2003 - 10:08 PM (pacific)
My brother, Steven Gatrell enlisted at 17 and went to Viet Nam as a rifleman (366 TACTICAL FIGHTER WING, MARINES, DaNang & Tet offensive 1966-68). I was born while he was there. He just passed away, and I'm only now finding out about his life...he never spoke about Nam, I didn't have a clue of the impact it had on him until his VA counselor spoke at his funeral this month. I learned of a close friend he had named Steven Keith Brandenberg from Galveston IN. who died there. If anyone knows anything about my brother, Steven Gatrell, or his friend Corporal Steven Keith Brandenberg please email me at: shawzoo@netzero.com.
I'm sorry I've been so slow to realize...for my brother and for all of you. I had no idea, and I know I still don't. He had PTSD and waited too long to get help, please learn from his mistake! I finally understand why he was hard to get close to, but its too late for us.
God bless you all. I have a whole new respect for the freedom I've always taken for granted. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.



Name: MELISSA RENAE JAMES
Email: jsm1993 at msn dot com
Hometown: LAWTON, OKLAHOMA
Date: October 21, 2003 - 04:41 PM (pacific)
My dad served in 1969 to1971 .I didnt know him that long before he died .His name was Jerry James .If anyone knew him please write me and let me know a little about him back then . THANK YOU MELISSA RENAE JAMES



Name: Pete E Maher
Email: maher_p at bellsouth dot net
Hometown: Snellville, GA
Date: October 21, 2003 - 12:06 PM (pacific)
I served will B troop 3/4 Cav 25th inv. 9/67-9/68



Name: Ernest Spradlin
Email: ernie dot spradlin at vintagetul dot com
Hometown: Sand Springs, Oklahoma
Date: October 21, 2003 - 10:30 AM (pacific)
Hello: I have heard of this organization, I'm glad that I found your website. I am a Vietnam Veteran. I served with the 5th Special Forces Group, Detachment A-502, as Team Medic/Heavy Weapons Specialist, 1964-1965. I'm looking forward to retirement, and would like to work with you. Please contact me, Thank You.



Name: Richard Semans
Email: SST1717 at AOL dot COM
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
Date: October 20, 2003 - 03:24 PM (pacific)
Served With 3/7 199th LIB Recon Plt. Jan. 12 1968-Jan 12 1969



Name: Clyde R Lambert
Email: SGMRT at AOL dot COM
Hometown: ,
Date: October 20, 2003 - 11:19 AM (pacific)
In country 65-66 and 69-70 Army Enlisted



Name: david lee mort
Email: lqmort at aol dot com
Hometown: carlisle, Pa.
Date: October 20, 2003 - 10:03 AM (pacific)
served in tan son nhut air base in april of 1975



Name: john nelson
Email: joh27061 at netscape dot net
Hometown: Livingston, Texas
Date: October 18, 2003 - 12:27 PM (pacific)
I havent much to say other than I served in vietnam (Da nang) 1968-1969 and Cam Rahn Bay 1969-1970. Ive often wondered what it would be like to return to Viet-nam as what I was then and what I am now (a born again Christian) are like day and night. Dont know if I could ever return because of the expence in getting there but would be a glorious thing to offer my services to the Lord in a beautiful country like Viet-nam. See you for now!



Name: Judy Lynn Martin-Stockdale
Email: prissybutcute at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas
Date: October 17, 2003 - 06:02 AM (pacific)
I am signing this for my father, James Esteen Richardson, he served In Rencat, Vietnam; 1966-1967. E-5, 05c40, 68th Maintenance, 1st battalion, Headquarters & Headquarters A Comany 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, Army.
Radio Teletype Operator, Front Line Communications, 061 Radio Operator.

I can not begin to say I know what you men must have gone through or what many are still going through. I do know what my father has. But I can say thanks to each and everyone of you very much. For standing up for your country and doing what was asked of you. Also to show some that may come here, that I am very proud of not only my father but every man and woman that went and fought. Thank you each again, God bless you all



Name: Michael Roberts
Email: bellcounty at surfbest dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: October 17, 2003 - 03:32 AM (pacific)
MACV 1965-1968. Interpreter.



Name: jimmy edward cherry
Email: jcherry54 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: midland city, al
Date: October 16, 2003 - 11:15 PM (pacific)
great site, i hope and pray u can continue on in the great sprit and tradition of the u.s. armed forces. i was in the nam dec68-dec69. i served with hotel 2/4, 3rd marine div and was on firebase neville when it and firebase russell got overun feb 25, 69. i then in march or april, 69 went to 3rd maf, 3rd combined action group,(cap marines) 3-3-3 and 3-3-1. it was an experience of being in a hot fire zone, or kill zone with all marines around you and then being in a village where the marines did several things, not to just kill them, but to help them the best we could such as help build schools and do civil action work, dig wells, and other support foundations as well as to protect it's people and property, it's goverment and village leaders. our mission was to seek out and destroy the viet cong from within and with the people's help. of the 5000 marines and mac v men who served , only half made it home, of the 2500 who made it back to the world, most would be wounded physically, and probably all wounded mentally....sometimes i wonder if we've ever really come home at all, but through it all, blood and guts, physically and mentally, we have survived to help each other, not to forget, but to forgive and help heal. what do and how do i think of the vietnamese people? they're a wonderful people with love for their families much like ours, they did what they had to do just as we did; i would not be here today it not for a wonderful young kid(then) named son(with a dot over the o and a wave under the o) he saved me from stepping on a 105 howezer round sat up as a bovietrap and he not only saved me once but a couple of other times from differend ways. his parents and family were killed by the vc in me lam near the village of xonglo outside of hue and phu bi. my son shawn is named after him. all that kid wanted was to live and be loved with something to wear and something to eat........thank you, semple fi. jimmy cherry



Name: N. T. Ho
Email: lotsmoney8 at aol dot com
Hometown: Houston, TX
Date: October 16, 2003 - 10:43 PM (pacific)
Thanks for this excellent site.
First, I truly want to thank all of you who served & for your dedication. It is because of you that I, as a Vietnamese child during the war, get the opportunity to come to America & enjoy the freedoms that you have fought for. I am now a successful businessman, having graduated from college, served 5 yrs as a Navy Lt., 1st Persian Gulf veteran. I left in 1975, & have been back to Saigon for only 4 days in 1998.
Thanks for the excellent site of the history of Vietnam, it is the first time that I have visit such a site with the very complete summary of its history.
Again, thank you for your service.



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