Name: kernel haywood
Email: haywood_59 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: luling, tx
Date: October 21, 2007 - 11:35 PM (pacific)
looking Adolphus Erskine ft.polk la. basic training. also anyone from 169th Eng. long binh 66-67.
Name: john forbes
Email: johnjforbes at yahoo dot com
Date: October 21, 2007 - 10:38 PM (pacific)
Served with 101st at C Eagle and Evans, and A Schau, 68 to 70.
Name: Danny L Austreng
Email: oldcedar1 at att dot net
Date: October 21, 2007 - 06:56 PM (pacific)
I served with the 25 I D, Co.B, 4th BN, 23rd Inf. Reg. in 1969. I am looking for anyone who served in my Company. I know the where-a-bout's of 16 other brothers in Co. B , and any information we can get is greatly appreciative.
I also served and trained with Hammet Bowen of Ocla who was awarded the Congressal Medal of Honor. Danny Peterson was also awarded the Congressal Medal of Honor in 1969 while serving in Co. B 4/23. Welcome Home !
Brothers Forever !
Name: jim schaff
Email: shiftyonhoganhillak at yahoo dot com
Date: October 20, 2007 - 08:20 PM (pacific)
I served 19 months with HQ 3rd MarDiv communications 1967-1968
Name: Kurt Olney
Email: k dot olney2 at cox dot net
Date: October 19, 2007 - 11:38 PM (pacific)
Looking for any that was with the Army-Lockheed YO-3A Phu Bai, Long Thanh North, Binh Thuy 1970-71. Some may remember the airplanes as Bat Planes. These planes were silent. Check website www.yo-3a.com
Name: Daniel HInrichs
Email: dan_hinrichs at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Lake Ozark, Missouri
Date: October 19, 2007 - 10:46 PM (pacific)
I served with the 6th Bn/11th Artillery on LZ Bronco, Duc Pho, Vietnam from April 1969-May 1970 as a Fire Direction Contoller at the Battalion level covering Charlie Battery on Bronco and Alpha Battery of 105 mm aftillery. Congrats to those who made it back to LZ World and prayers for those who didn't and their families back home. Spec 5
Name: Demetrio Sanchez
Email: rawdd at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Stephenville, TX
Date: October 19, 2007 - 09:33 PM (pacific)
I served in vietnam from Jan 1971 to Dec 1971 in th e 1/32d medical depot unit., Camp Baxter, DaNang. If anyone has information on the death of PFC Brady or information on the Panel and Line # on the Vietnam wall for him please contact the email address above.
Name: Tom Snyder
Email: tsnyder at kconline dot com
Hometown: Warsaw, Indiana
Date: October 19, 2007 - 06:30 PM (pacific)
I served in Vietnam - Aug. 1968 thru Aug. 1969 in Long Binh...Aviation Data Analysis Center - AVDAC Anyone who was at AVDAC, at some point in time, please send me an email.
Name: Anni Hayden Ponton
Email: crabbypontons at embarqmail dot com
Hometown: , NC
Date: October 19, 2007 - 06:38 AM (pacific)
We were stationed in Okinawa from 1966 - 1968. My dad, Garlen Hayden was the harbor master in Naha. I would love to speak with someone who might remember him. He died in 1987 - agent orange. We lived in Machinato. My brothers and I went to school in Naha.Thanks!
Name: William e Schoening
Email: bcschoening at comcast dot net
Hometown: belmont, ca
Date: October 18, 2007 - 11:48 PM (pacific)
I am looking for David Waldner NMCB#9
Name: Robert Aaron Austin
Email: robaustin at canada dot com
Date: October 18, 2007 - 11:27 PM (pacific)
I am looking to find anyone who might have information about my father, Paul G. Wargula, throughout his time at Ton Son Nhut Airbase from 1970 - 1971. He would have been working on the base itself, from what I know he would have been maintaining aircraft, his best friend in training went by the name of "Cubby" and upon discharge I believe he was a SSgt.
I am planning on writing a book about aspects of my father's life, and a significant part of it is consisting of myself taking a trip to Vietnam to try to visualize what he may have seen, thought or experienced, with a comparison between then and now.
He had never really gone into detail, and all I have to draw from are great boxes of memorabilia; pictures, letters, medals, old stars and stripes issues, etc... and details from my Mother's memories.
If anyone can offer any direction or suggestion it would be greatly appreciated... Better yet, if you knew my father, PLEASE contact me... I would be unfathomably interested in speaking with you...
Name: Joseph Seabolt
Email: joeseabolt at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Scottville, MI
Date: October 18, 2007 - 06:36 PM (pacific)
Served with the 132nd ASHC in Chu-Lia and Phu Bia from 1970-1971, Discharged from the army March 23 1973.
Name: Trevor Gerity Stafford
Email: trevor at tdstelme dot net
Hometown: Palmyra, Maine
Date: October 18, 2007 - 06:25 PM (pacific)
I was with the 366th security police unit in Da Nang between 1971 - 1972. Looking for anyone that served with me. Looking for "Cooper", "Tucker", "Johnson" or anyone else that remembers me.
Name: alfonzo jr jones
Email: alfonzojones at comcast dot net
Hometown: stockton, calif
Date: October 18, 2007 - 02:42 PM (pacific)
i was in nam 68-69 with H.H.D. 1st Log Command Long Bin Vietnam. I was with the IG on top of the hill. Worked for Col Maires and Col Pievie. Would like to hear from you.
Name: john mitchell
Email: jvet1969 at aol
Date: October 18, 2007 - 09:54 AM (pacific)
served in thailand at udorn in 66 to 67 worked crash and recovery we were out in the middle of the flight line was ther when the two lioation generals got into it army said he didnt need air force so air force t28s bombed the arm camp landed at our base to rearm and finish job usaf wouldnt let him was there when some one pulled safty pins from rocket pod on f104 all the rockets shot down the run way no one hurt did get to fill 50 sand bags v c hit bases right after i left you could be an e5 and live off base when i left you had to be e8
Name: FERNANDO GONZALEZ
Email: CVGO at HOTMAIL dot COM
Hometown: LAREDO, TX
Date: October 18, 2007 - 09:36 AM (pacific)
Looking for USMC 3rd 8 How Btry 11thMar. 1stMar.Div. . My nickname was "Rocket" served from 1969-1970 tanks. Please contact me via email to email@example.com
Name: Jim Dunlap
Email: jdunlap56 at yahoo dot com
Date: October 18, 2007 - 09:20 AM (pacific)
Served with HQ 319th Arty (attached to the 173d Airborne) at LZ's North English & English from Jun '69 to Sep '70. Lots of memories & half-memories (did that REALLY happen?); lots of stuff still in my head.
Lest we forget....
Name: Eric Kleinberg
Email: eric at erickleinbergphotography dot com
Hometown: Hanover Park,, IL
Date: October 17, 2007 - 06:35 PM (pacific)
I'm in search of soldiers who may have known my father, Gerald Leigh Kleinberg, nickname Israel, during his tour there from March to September '68. He was in the Army, Americal Division, 23rd Infantry, 11th Light Infantry Brigade. My father died in '98 due to the wounds he suffered there and am left with many questions and seeking more info about his tour in Nam. Welcome Home to All. Also, the book "War and the Soul" by Ed Tick Phd. has shed an abundance of light about PTSD and recommend it to all. Thank You!
Name: gary lem grant
Email: jeremy42party at yahoo dot com
Hometown: big spring, texas
Date: October 17, 2007 - 05:05 PM (pacific)
looking for old buddies of the campany a 1st batallion 14th inf 3rd brigade 25th infantry unit
Name: Capt. Rance Jurevwicz (RET)
Email: http://www dot veteranprograms dot com
Hometown: Highland, Calif.
Date: October 17, 2007 - 01:15 PM (pacific)
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Name: Stephen O Davis
Email: stephenodavis3705 at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Waxahachie, Texas
Date: October 17, 2007 - 12:03 PM (pacific)
I was in di-an viet nam Big Red One 1967/68 Co.D 1st Bn 18th Inf then in Co A as a Sergeant we were called Swamprats
Name: Don "Bear"` Bryant
Email: donjoan2 at juno dot com
Hometown: Lodi, Ca
Date: October 17, 2007 - 12:02 PM (pacific)
I was wtih the Co B 1/7th Cav 71-72 looking for a huey pliot that i carried after a crash his face was badley cut up and I told my name was Bear as I loaded him into the e-vac bird.
Name: DON CUSACK
Email: donaldrgn at yahoo dot com
Date: October 16, 2007 - 12:37 PM (pacific)
Looking for info and address'(e-mail & home) for all who were with the 3rd Bat 9th Reg 3rd Mar div that landed at Dannang on 8 March 1965. We plan our next reunion in California in June 2009.
Name: Leonard Bruyette
Email: leonard dot bruyette at pw dot utc dot com
Hometown: Ellington, CT
Date: October 16, 2007 - 08:18 AM (pacific)
Veteran of 2 Tours in country.
Question to all.
Does anyone know what happed/happens to all the records of the various outfits as they were/are dsisbanded?
Do the various branches of the service have them warehoused somewhere?
As I have perused the guestbook I frequently see family/survivors looking for any information about those who served and gave their lives and/or came home.
Where do we/they go for this information?
Name: donald wayne carter
Email: DonNKay23 at Aol dot com
Date: October 16, 2007 - 05:47 AM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who served with 4th 23rd 25th inf. mech. recon 1969 1970 kantoon cambodia like to know who is left.