Name: Bob Nmi Conley
Email: Dustoff639 at meltel dot net
Hometown: Watkins, Mn
Date: October 04, 2007 - 11:55 AM (pacific)
. I was a Dustoff Crew Chief and flew out of Dong Tam. I was also in volved in several major battles during my tour. The most note able was 19 Jun 67 when 4th Bn got chewed up at Rach Nui. We got the call and there were 39 KIA at that time, by the time we got there it only got worse. We Made our approach and all of a sudden our Hydrolics went out an our electrical system got all screwed up. Unfortunately we never got to do a pick up and I have felt so bad about that since then. We knew if we landed that the ship would most likely blow up causeing more death and distruction.
Name: david schlehuber
Email: dschlehuber at callidus dot com
Hometown: tulsa, ok
Date: October 04, 2007 - 10:45 AM (pacific)
arrived sug.23 1966 at cam ranh bay stationed at long binh in a comp. 40th sig. bat. i was the one who fed you guys. departed aug. 4 1967
Name: kenneth e marion
Email: kmankman at wildblue dot net
Hometown: okeechobee, fl
Date: October 03, 2007 - 11:09 PM (pacific)
looking for guys that served in the 3rd bat.11th maries headquarters div. veitnam 1966-67 at chu lai
Name: Elton Carl Fest
Email: ednafest at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Milwaukie, Oregon
Date: October 03, 2007 - 09:25 PM (pacific)
Was in Phan Rang 66/67. Built airstrip, roads.
Would like to find someone who was there too.
Name: anthony t planas
Email: jpl4097 at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: san antonio, texas
Date: October 03, 2007 - 09:07 PM (pacific)
A Co. maint 2/47th Mechanized IFD (Fighting Panthers) A08 Track
Name: John Kohne
Email: johntkohne at netzero dot net
Hometown: The Plains, Ohio
Date: October 03, 2007 - 04:11 PM (pacific)
I served at NAF Cam Ranh Bay from April 69 to April 70.
I'm originally from Minnesota and currently living in Ohio.
Would like to hear from others who served there at the same time.
Name: ANGEL DIAZ
Email: adiaz at indy dot rr dot com
Date: October 03, 2007 - 02:18 PM (pacific)
Sept 1970-Aug 1971 LZ Uplift with B Co., 1st Bn.
and at LZ English D Co. 4th Bn. Was a Machine Gunner, Big D is what i was called.
Name: Howard Kent Tramel
Email: tramelkc at aol dot com
Date: October 03, 2007 - 10:33 AM (pacific)
Hi, I was in Vietnam In Nov. 1968 to May 1969 I ran the EM Club for 597 Transportion Co. and 19 SS Supply Co. North of Qui Nho'n I would like to hear from anyone who served in these Companies in this time peroid. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!
Name: lawrene michael hancock
Email: miketh316 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: east boston, Ma.
Date: October 02, 2007 - 08:15 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone in the 2nd. Bat. 3rd. Engineers , Combat Engineer. Also the 1st. Engineers. angel Morales, Ocillio Oquindo, Frank Jensen, Tom Peterson, Sagent Stark, Willie Lytle,Martinez, Landed at Red Beach, Danang, April 10th, 1965
Name: John Scovel
Email: zingabwa at earthlink dot net
Date: October 02, 2007 - 09:40 AM (pacific)
Greetings, My father James L. Scovel was Co. of 2nd Bn. 47th inf mech. Vietnam 68/69 also an advisor with MACV in earlier years. I'm looking for anyone who might have served with him.
Name: Pat Trent
Email: patriciatrent0071 at sbcglobal dot net
Date: October 02, 2007 - 08:31 AM (pacific)
My husband was a picture of perfect health on July 31st of 2005 we found out that he had bile duct cancer it took the VA in Indianapolis Indiana a long time to decide what to do they told me that at a T1 stage that he had a 80% good chance of coming home and living with in his means..They done sugery on Aug 16th 2005 and he died on Aug 19th of 2005 they called me at 3:15 in the morning wanting me to let my daughter turn him off I refused till I got there when I got there they kept saying that they thought he had a heart attack didn't I and I said no we were told of no heart problems in him only what i seen on the medical recrords after his death.. I argued with the hospital from 4am till after 6am that I wanted an autopsy after getting it and getting the papers signed they turned him off what killed my husband was not a heart attack but was 7 litters of blood in him where he bleed out..I know that my husband isn't the only Vietnam vet that had and has this cancer I am trying to get the VA to accept this the bile duct operates the pancase that in return makes suger so they are all hooked togather
God Bless all our VETS
Name: manny fast manny saldivar
Email: fastmanny at aol
Date: October 01, 2007 - 08:45 PM (pacific)
TOUGH co. north of danang camp books
Name: Mindy S. Shutes
Email: mindyshutes at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Three Rivers, MI
Date: October 01, 2007 - 11:00 AM (pacific)
I am looking to hear from anyone that may have served with my uncle, James Bloom USAF, SMSgt. He was at the Ton Son Nut Air Base. Unexpexectedly, he passed away on September 24. If anyone can tell me anything about his time in South Vietnam, I would really appreciate it.
Also my other uncle Fred Bloom was in Vietnam and was an MP. I don't know any other information
Name: Clayton W Bilbrey
Email: claybilbrey at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Dunkirk, IN
Date: October 01, 2007 - 06:31 AM (pacific)
I served Oct. 5, 1967 to Oct 5 1968 with 304th S&S, 514th S&S, and 19th S&S. We drove fuel tankers.
Name: Ronald Butler
Email: ibgrizzly at excite dot com
Date: September 30, 2007 - 09:57 PM (pacific)
Very good website. My wife's dad (Thomas Willard) served with Rome Plows in 68-69. He had me searching for Terry Brown's book, "Clearing Vietnam" and I ran across this site. If you would like to contact him, please send me an e-mail and I will get it to him.
I thank all of you for your sacrifice.
Name: Dennis Patrick Burns
Email: Burnskng at aol dot com
Date: September 29, 2007 - 06:49 PM (pacific)
I was with 108th MI Gp, Fort Devens, MA from 8-1969 to 5-1971. Anyone who served with me at that time please e-mail.
Name: Samuel Leroy Digsby
Email: sldigsby at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Ider, Alabama
Date: September 29, 2007 - 12:20 PM (pacific)
I was in Viet Nam in 1969. I was a baker by MOS
I am looking for anyone that remembers me from
Viet Nam or from any other duty station. I have a
very bad memory loss and I can only remember
small portions of any of my duty from Nov. 1 , 1962 untill May of 1972 when I was discharged from the Marine Corp. I later joined the National Guards (there were no Marine Reserve units near where I lived) and stayed in there for almost 13 years. I am now retired from Military Service. I
sincerely hope to hear from some of or all or the MEN that I served with. I do know that I was in
the 2nd Plt. on Parris Island for Boot Camp and my Sr. Drill Instructor was a SSgt Williams (or he might have been a GSgt.)and one of our DI's was
a Sgt. Murphy. If anyone can be of help to methen please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can call me or send me a letter through regular mail. I have no pictures except for a group
picture from Boot Camp Graduation. I have no other
""souvanier"" and apparently can not spell.
Hope to hear from some one soon. Thanks in
advance and SEMPER FI and God Bless each of you and all who are now serving and the families of
all those that GAVE ALL.
Name: angela Robinson
Email: xpoc at hotmail dot com
Date: September 28, 2007 - 10:37 PM (pacific)
I am a daughter of a Marine who served in Nam.. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!
Name: Anthony G Massoud
Email: tmassoud at hotmail dot com
Hometown: `Dayton, OH
Date: September 28, 2007 - 12:20 PM (pacific)
I was in Hue, Vietnam from July 66-67. I was the Civil Affairs and Psycological War Officer for the first 6 months of duty there. In November I was made Captain and later became the RDMTT training officer with 2 other US Army Captains. Captain Dow was one. Our training team was awarded #1 of 6 teams in Vietnam. I had many Vietnamese friends, in fact we worked with 9 Vietnamese officers training every two weeks an ARVN unit.
I remember my Vietnamese counterpart faces but don't remember their names. That was 50 years ago. On December 23, 1996, my sergeant and I rescued 2 Marines north of Hue in a village below the DMZ. We had a Vietnamese Lt and a few of his men drive with us in another vehicle as far as we could into the jungle, then we walked on foot into a Marine operation that was being conducted to rescue the two wounded Marines.
While we were driving back, it became dark and we drove the jeep into the concertina wire protecting the Marine perimeter. We turned over the two Marines to the guards at the fence and had to leave the jeep.
My sergeant and I rode back with the Vietnamese Officer and his men in their vehicle to our base camp. It was pitch black and you could see the light in the church steeple where are camp was. At the time we drove through the enemy but they did not attack us in order to surprise attack the Marine Camp. We had radio contact with the Marine Col whose camp was 1.5 Km from ours. At 9 pm sharply, the enemy attacked the Marine camp. We provided the artillery support since our camp had a 155 and 105 under the control of Vietnamese Lt in our camp. I remember the Marine Col requesting support through his command and was unable to get any help. The Col requested from me for help. I went through MACV channels to get approval. We had the artillery in our camp fire flares to light the sky above the Marine's camp. The 50 caliber machine gun fire from the Marines seemed to be in our direction by watching the tracers from their guns.
When the Col could not get air support, I was able to get the support from MACV in conjunction with my Vietnamese counterpart.
By dawn, Puff the Magic Dragons were still zapping the enemy and circling the Marine's camp. It was an awesome sight to watch the lightening bolts from the gatling guns spray the enemy.
In the morning I went back to retrieve my jeep and learned from the Marines that no Marine was killed in this action.
To this day, I always wondered about the Captain and the Marine we helped and if the Col ever knew about the team that helped his unit. I also wonder about any of my MACV, and Vietnamese friends.
If anyone was in HUE from 66-67, or worked on the Revolutionary Development Mobile Training Team, (RDMTT) with me, I would like to hear from you.
Name: michael c koch
Email: midnytefires at msn dot com
Hometown: clark, new jersey
Date: September 28, 2007 - 12:01 PM (pacific)
i want to find out how my father fought over in vietnam he was there in 1967 1968 in chu lihis name is phillip a koch he was a staff sargent,if any one knows about any thing let me know he does not want to talk about it i know he was wounded he recived bronze star purple heart and the army commadation medals.so thanks guys a fellow patriot.michael koch
Name: Thomas David Johnson
Email: thomas dot johnson at redstone dot army dot mil
Date: September 28, 2007 - 07:12 AM (pacific)
I served in vietnam Jan 69- Aug 69 in Long Binh with the 47th Trans Co. I am trying to find two friends Jimmy Marvetts from Iowa and William Ray Morris from Tenn. Any assistance will be greatly appriciated.
Name: danny L neil
Email: n-neil at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: ennis, tx
Date: September 27, 2007 - 05:48 PM (pacific)
I co 3/7 1st div 3rd plt gunner from 4/70-4/71 this is a great site and #2561847 Like to here from others that served with me during this time. This is a great site and a good thing to help the people of vietnam' " still helping" Semper Fi
Name: Clarence Senteio
Email: wallclockmaker at yahoo dot com
Date: September 27, 2007 - 05:15 PM (pacific)
173 rd abn bde lz uplift 1970 Pointman D Co 3/503
Name: Jim O'Malley
Email: omalley at usa dot net
Hometown: Brawley, CA
Date: September 27, 2007 - 04:11 PM (pacific)
I served on a MAT team in Phu Tuc District, Phu Bon/ Cheo Reo, Provence Central II Corp 1969-70. Am a member of counterparts which is open to all in the MACV advisory effort, good group have reunions every year, if interested email me.
Also would like to locate William Thomas Polston was my roomie in the Ranger Dept at Benning and my team leader in Viet Nam, went by Tom not William was a 1LT
Name: Robert D. Coover
Email: rdean33040 at earthlink dot net
Date: September 27, 2007 - 02:28 PM (pacific)
Looking for buds from the 831st
air Police Sq. who left George AFB and went to vietnam [circa 1962]