Name: Herbert William (Bill) Barnes
Email: hwbarnesjr at aol dot com
Date: November 06, 2006 - 04:05 PM (pacific)
I was with 1/27 Wolfhounds Charlie Company 1969 -1970. Nickname was Hollywood. Anybody out there?
Name: Bill Follis
Email: bill at billfollis dot com
Hometown: Buckeye, AZ
Date: November 06, 2006 - 02:13 PM (pacific)
Served with the 12th Combat Support Group at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam from Jan 65 to Jan 66. Haven't run across anybody from those days yet. It'd be nice to hear from someone I knew way back then.
Name: TOMMY TOMBLIN
Email: tommy4t at bellsouth dot net
Hometown: Warner Robins, GA
Date: November 06, 2006 - 01:47 PM (pacific)
I was at cam rahn bay from Oct 71 - May 72.
Let me hear from someone served their during
this time. I was assigned to the food service
Name: sylvester wakefield
Email: slycat7477 at aol dot com
Hometown: central, sc
Date: November 05, 2006 - 05:38 PM (pacific)
i was with the 264th trans co.in dec70to dec71
Name: Larry Haney
Email: LHaney2002 at aol dot com
Hometown: Oak Park, CA
Date: November 04, 2006 - 07:59 PM (pacific)
Welcome home! And, thanks for being there with me. I was stationed with Bravo Co. 326th Med, 101st Airmobile, Phu Bai. Sgt. E-5, Air traffic controller Duster outfit. Duty from November 1970 to November 1971. Memories are very clear from the day I stepped off that 707 in Camron Bay to Flying out of DaNang headed home. For the past two years I have been asked to be a guest speaker for Chapman University and have tried to point out to the young men and women the lighter side of war. The students can read about all the horriffic stories and pollitical issues but rarely does anyone speak of the funny and amazing human nature side of any war. Please contact me if you served in the northern highlands from DaNang to Quan Tri and from Laos to the south china sea and tell me your special amazing or funny story. I would love share it with the young men and women who are trying to understand why we were there and what helped us get through it and back home. I would also like to hear any stories related to when you first got back from in country. Thanks and God Bless all Veterans of any war!
Name: WARREN E OLIVER
Email: papafor8 at knology dot net
Hometown: Panama City, Florida
Date: November 03, 2006 - 10:13 PM (pacific)
Served with VMO-2 in Danang, RVN, 1964-65. Semper Fi and give me a holler.
Name: Gary Allan Puro
Email: namlights at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Decatur, MI
Date: November 03, 2006 - 02:48 PM (pacific)
Looking for men who served in DUSTER, QUAD, SEARCHLIGHT VULCAN OR HAWK units in Vietnam. Email namlights at yahoo dot com for newsletter and reunion information.
Name: rick l kelly
Email: rlkmar at comcast dot net
Date: November 03, 2006 - 05:07 AM (pacific)
Hello. I was with 3rd Amtracs 1st Mardiv base camp Marble Mountain from Oct. 67-Dec. 68. Go bless all of us!
Name: Jeffery Saddlemire
Email: jeffild at bellsouth dot net
Hometown: Dunnellon, Florida
Date: November 02, 2006 - 07:39 PM (pacific)
July 1967-68 Tuy Hoa AB 39th ARRS. HC 130P's IFR systems repair shop. Anybody left out there?
Name: Garry Wood
Email: mrgoodcheer2 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Florence, OR
Date: November 02, 2006 - 03:50 PM (pacific)
I was with the 459th Sig Bn in Ban Me Thuot. Perhaps in April 68 to Mar 69. For awhile I provided radio relay service for a Special Forece unit 12 miles out side of town. I know I spent 13 months in Vietnam but remember about 3 months worth. I remember landing in Cam Rahn, being in Pleiku, a convoy to Kontum, a helicoptor ride to Ban Me Thuot. Then to Ton Sa Nout, Okinowa, and San Francisco. I can not remember most of my time in Vietnam.
Name: Alfred (Buck) W. Perrine
Email: aperrine at suddenlink dot net
Hometown: St. Albans, WV
Date: November 02, 2006 - 12:54 PM (pacific)
Served with the 362nd in the Nha Trang ELM from
January 1967 until July 1968. Was in the RF sect
I traveled all over Viet Nam to repair or deliver parts
to Tropo sites. People I remember, Brown, Blackstock, Mc Glauclin, Mercer, and many others
Mostly lived in tent city (Mcdermitt) .Anyone who
wants to contact me do so via my e-mail.
Name: Alfred (Buck) W. Perrine
Email: aperrine at suddenlink dot net
Hometown: St. Albans, WV
Date: November 02, 2006 - 12:35 PM (pacific)
Retired Vet Viet Nam service 1966-1968
Name: Forrest "Sonny" Ashcraft
Email: Hardfyr at aol dot com
Date: November 02, 2006 - 09:56 AM (pacific)
I was K-9 in Plieku from January 1st 1968, with the 633rd SPS. My canine was "Inca" ob76...
I was there for four months all during TET 68 and then I was transferred to Cam Ran Bay for medical reasons, caused by a severe cerebral contusion that had happened in the Philipines at Clark AFB in 1967, while I was on the fence line on duty......
I am proud to have served, and dont regret for a minute my time in Vietnam......it was our time and our war........WELCOME HOME ALL !!!
Name: Ennis Doyle Huffstetler
Email: Ginsang49 at aol dot com
Hometown: Maryville, Tennessee
Date: November 01, 2006 - 11:00 PM (pacific)
Im Looking for anyone that was at LZ Action in1970.Ineed some imfo.ThanksDusty Hearold
Name: Keith Covington Meyers
Email: kcm333 at yahoo dot com
Date: November 01, 2006 - 03:21 PM (pacific)
I was in Vietnam with the Department of Defense from January 1972 until April of 1975. The only action I was involved was a mortar attack at Than So Nhut air field. I feel extremely grateful That I performed within this capacity. There were so many Vet's that had to run backwards, firing their weapons, on mostly an on-going basis. My respect is on an on-going basis to the true hero's of that war. Oddly enough, I have recently been remembering things that I experienced while in Vietnam. Why this is occuring is totally beyond me.
I believe VETS WITH A MISSION is an excellent way to learn why these feelings are so prevalent and on-going. Hopefully I will be able to travel to Da Nang in 2007, and become actively involved.
Again, my thoughts are alway's with you all. Thank-you for serving!
Name: Gary Alan Counts
Email: gcounts at ziolkowskiconst dot com
Hometown: South Bend, Indiana
Date: November 01, 2006 - 02:51 PM (pacific)
I served with the United States Army's 510th Engineer Company in Long Binh from August 1971 to April 1972. I believe that my Commander in Chief, Richard Nixon came under so much political pressure to "bring the boys home" right after the Easter offensive began he ordered all troops with at least eight months in country home. Hallelujah!!
Name: Pat Mullings
Email: ncpd307 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Date: November 01, 2006 - 01:47 PM (pacific)
Served 70-71 225th Avn Co. Phu Hiep and our co. was moved to Tuy Hoa around Nov of 1971. I was the guy from Louisiana who use to play the guitar in the hootch all the time. Trying to find someone who I served with me.
Name: Jacque Walls
Email: mjnlaj at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Newark, Arkansas
Date: November 01, 2006 - 12:45 PM (pacific)
My dad ( Otto Graham ) was in vietnam maybe around 1968 or 1969, I would have to go back and look at the paper that I wrote all this down on. I would like to find out several things that had happened over there. He doesn't talk about it much but when he does I listen and I have several questions and I would like to hear from soldiers that was over there with him. Thank you if you can help me with this. God Bless you all who served over there and in other wars. Thank you for my freedom today.
Name: Chan Beauvais
Email: chanbeauvais at comcast dot net
Date: October 31, 2006 - 08:41 PM (pacific)
Was in 37th Signal HQ Feb - Sep 69 and up to PhuBai 12th Sig Group HQ Sept - Feb 70.
Looking for Dave Rollins, Felix Lopez, James Bilancini. Bill Longcor, you're still in Indiana>?
Name: Raymond LeRoy Steele
Email: raywithmayes at aol dot com
Hometown: Canby, Oregon
Date: October 31, 2006 - 08:15 PM (pacific)
Viet Nam Era Vet, service connected
B Co. 1/12th Inf. 4th Inf. Div. 72 thru 75
Would like to here from any of my service Bro's left alive out in the world ........ Great site ... keep up the great work .......
Name: Ronald John Conway
Email: rnsconway at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Boulevard, California
Date: October 31, 2006 - 03:09 PM (pacific)
It has been since 2003 my last update with e-mail address, that is the only minor detail that has changed in my life. I had a kidney transplant in 2004 that was major. Doing well after another life event for survival. I was forced to retire early and am now a college student at 59 years old. Living with my wife Sharon, daughter Dove Feather and her husband on the Campo Indian Reservation.
Name: Peter Anthony Beck
Email: pbeck at donohoocpa dot com
Hometown: Mason, Oh
Date: October 31, 2006 - 08:46 AM (pacific)
Served in Beaufort SC. 1972-1973 VMFA-451 (USMC) Semper Fi
Originally from Lyndora, Pa.
Name: Thomas Wayne Poland
Email: tompoland51 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Pleasant City, Ohio
Date: October 31, 2006 - 12:00 AM (pacific)
Served in Vietnam in 1970, 71, & 72 With Val-4 (Black Ponies) at Binh Thuy. I am an LPN with many years of Emergency Room experience. I believe my military and medical experience can be beneficial to your organization I'm interested in one of your future projects. Tom
Name: Frank J Dougherty
Email: frankd1115 at aol dot com
Hometown: Sarasota, Florida
Date: October 30, 2006 - 08:57 PM (pacific)
I was with HQ 1/6 (Jun to Aug 1971). Attached to MACV Binh Son (Aug - Nov 1971). Trying to locate medical records from 91st EVAC Hospital, with no luck. From the time I got to Chu Lai (No Medical Records). I remember the Typhoon (Hester) hitting Chu Lai 10/23/71. I was in Binh Son at the time. Got orders to move out on 11/1/71 to Phu Lai. I don't remember going to pick up my records. I heard that the 91st EVAC Hospital was level by the typhoon. I need help on this. I have a VA Claim, but no health records!!!!! Question: was 91st EVAC destroyed or not. Thanks...........
Name: Gilbert n/a Cuevas
Email: lilyausa at earthlink dot com
Hometown: Buckeye, Arizona
Date: October 30, 2006 - 04:48 PM (pacific)
B-trp third plt on tank 37 from sep 1970 tru feb 20 1971 looking for anyone that was in plt at that time