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Name: John Allen Harris
Email: pawpawjohn51 at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Burleson, TX
Date: May 08, 2009 - 02:16 PM (pacific)
I served in Phu Tai Valley with the 630th ORD CO from June 1970 to May 1971 and am trying to find someone to verify this because i have a claim in for PTSD and need help soon.



Name: Steven Robert McGonigal
Email: flexmcgoo at aol dot com
Hometown: Islip & Lakeville, NY & PA
Date: May 08, 2009 - 10:31 AM (pacific)
Hope all you guy's are doing good now, was in county 67-68 at Phu Cat AFB in the 37 TH combat support group. Special Purpose Vechile Mechanic, I worked on the refueling unites, was in The home of the Wheels.



Name: Stan Clifton
Email: repairs at avenuebroadband dot com
Hometown: Washington, Indiana
Date: May 08, 2009 - 09:07 AM (pacific)
In country Sept. 1966 til Sept. 1967 with the 135th Heavy Equipment Maintenance Company & the 128th Signal Company, both companies was part of the 1st Log. Command. Long Binh / Cam Rahn Bay



Name: oral wayne wilkins
Email: huckleberrysq at aol dot com
Hometown: pine mountain valley, ga
Date: May 08, 2009 - 02:01 AM (pacific)
I was with the Marines in vietnam at Marble mountain 1969 and 1970 Hotel company ( Horrible Hogs ) came from Parris island platoon 3068 in March of 1968 If anyone knows of someone else that may have been there, please contact me .
Thanks
Wayne



Name: chester turner
Email: chet888 at aol dot com
Hometown: la habra, ca.
Date: May 07, 2009 - 03:18 PM (pacific)
From MCRD . San Diego Plt. 1041 December 1965
Dale wiley & I join the marines in 1965 in little rock ark.
Sgt. lovett, and E.L. duanus, drill insts.made rilfe expert at Edson range 1966, Staff. Sgt . mc court was my PMI, also. Sgt Tops
Marine barrack kodiac Alaska1966,Got dress blues.
In 1968 5th mar. div. 2/27 2nd bat. football team we beat mainside hurrah

In 1968 August went to Nam, Phu bui Echo Co.2/1 H&S CO. 2nd bat. 1st marines with 2/1 near msr road and tau cau, south of marble mtn. nue kim sahn ville
on Mtns. alpha 6 and crows nest 106mm recoiless rifles ruled,fred copeland, and bilkie,was my squad leaders or section leaders,I was a gunner on the 106mm,as many ahead of me were. Southerland died on alpha 6 Mtn.I
finally made E4 1968 Bat. promotion! , Staff Sgt. miller was my plt. co.and was a flamethrower man too!echo or foxtrot was in dodge city , they had a nva bunker surrounded, they calle for flames up, I was the cpl. who smoked out the nva. after the LT. threw in a smoke grenade.At another date in April I beleave 10:15 pm,On rat patrol I was the grenadier M79, we hit a mine on tau cau we survived we open up on a ville with all we had, 1st time this road was mined/not Msr which was always mined. Don't remember how I got back to the rear at 2/1 the triangle battallion. next thing I knew it was sunrise or morning! damn!



Name: Enrique Martinez Galletti
Email: galletti50 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Interlachen, Florida
Date: May 07, 2009 - 01:08 AM (pacific)
I served in viet-nam 1970 with 101st div 1st battalion 506th infantry charlie co. 1st platoon that was at camp eagle I"m looking for Clark from ohio and Desselle Dont know his homeplace .Or if anyone that recall KIKO'S PLACE Im kiko contact me . I also spend some time with the 1st div in ben hoa For those who have problems with VA Im very sorry for them . VA gave hard time I was lucky to after 30 years have my original orders of my CIB I have PTSD. I hope that step up and be your witness Iwill keep all you guys on my prayers , keep on trying .GOD BLESS YOU



Name: Enrique Martinez Galletti
Email: galletti50 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Interlachen, Florida
Date: May 07, 2009 - 12:48 AM (pacific)
I served in viet-nam 1970 with 101st div 1st battalion 506th infantry charlie co. 1st platoon that was at camp eagle I"m looking for Clark from ohio and Desselle Dont know his homeplace .Or if anyone that recall KIKO'S PLACE Im kiko contact me . I also spend some time with the ist div in ben hoa For those who have problems Im very sorry for them . VA gave hard time I was lucky to have my original orders of my CIB



Name: Dewayne Compton
Email: dewayne dot compton at att dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 06, 2009 - 05:04 PM (pacific)
I was withe the 12th MILPHAP Team in Vinh Long
in 71-72. I was also assigned to the 12th USAF Hospital, Cam Ranh Bay 69-70



Name: Richard King
Email: kingcrg at windstream dot net
Hometown: , Louisiana
Date: May 06, 2009 - 12:16 PM (pacific)
Cpl. Richard King, USMC, MABS-13, MAG-13, 1st MAW, Communications and Base Security, Chu Lai, Viet Nam. From 09 January 1968 to 04 April 1970



Name: CHARLES A BOWE
Email: CTBOWE at NETZERO dot NET
Hometown: ,
Date: May 05, 2009 - 10:00 PM (pacific)
VIETNAM AUG 1968-SEPT.1969 SERVED IN DODGE CITY-ARIZONA- ROCKETBELT -CHARLIE RIDGE - SECURITY FOR GUN BATTLION ON HILL SOUTH OF DANANG. I HAVE TWO PURPLE HEARTS



Name: Dwight Spencer
Email: www dot gcook70 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri
Date: May 05, 2009 - 04:14 PM (pacific)
Looking for Willie J. Allen Jr, Donald E. Anderson, Ronald R. Barnett, Marvin C. Bartlett, Paul E. Boyer, Donald Clinkenbeard, Darrel C. Denver, Walter C. Diehl, Clarence Ellis, Eugene W. Funk, Marcos Hernandez, Daniel P. Kee, Richard H. Limback, Charles Lippincott, Daniel M. Loyd, Roger T. Manning, Joseph R. Massoni, Russell D. Morton, Elisha Mc Cray, Raymond Mc Donald, Michael Miner, William D. Priddy, Paul D. Roby, Raymond D. Schultz, Howard Sidebottom, Isaac H. Sites, Donald D Stover, John O. Sutton, Byron H. Whitman Jr, Robert F. Wilson II, Richard P. Young
We were at Camp Martin Cox for about 1 week together & split up between Bearcat & Mi-to as far as I know. I wanna say that Raymond D. Schultz was sent with me to bearcat.



Name: Willian (Bill) Stratton
Email: bh4764 at live dot com
Hometown: , Ky
Date: May 05, 2009 - 03:16 PM (pacific)
I was in Phu Bai Feb 68-69 with 1/44Th Art I drove a Duster for one year. Ait at Fort Bliss and Biggs Field Tx.



Name: Mike Bell
Email: bluehawkzoomie at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Joplin, MO
Date: May 04, 2009 - 10:34 AM (pacific)
MONEYMAKER, WAYNE
TSgt USAF
Udorn RTAFB, 432nd TRW
died 25 Mar 69 (non-hostile other causes)
Knoxville, TN native

Seeking information and service photo for his Remembrance profile at:
http://airforce.togetherweserved.com/usaf/servlet/tws.webapp.WebApp?cmd=Profile&type=Person&ID=81048



Name: jerry l anderson
Email: joyand at sbcglobial dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 03, 2009 - 02:56 PM (pacific)
I was a F.O. @ L Z Action/68-69 . WIA 3-31-69 Hello everybody. I'm fine



Name: Carlos Zapata
Email: villankaz at SATX dot RR dot COM
Hometown: ,
Date: May 03, 2009 - 01:26 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone that knew my dad. Carlos Zapata, he served in Vietnam from 67?68? to 1970 with the 588th Maint. Co. ChuLi?? Need to know when and where unit saw combat. Thank you.



Name: Antonio Leguillow
Email: tonyleguillow at aim dot com
Hometown: Kissimmee, Florida
Date: May 03, 2009 - 01:12 PM (pacific)
Would like to hear from you Bill Schlossnagle, Savage,Gene Newman and Mike Melanson. email me @ tonyleguillow@aim.com



Name: Tony Robert Davida
Email: braveboy128 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: menlo park, CA.
Date: May 03, 2009 - 12:02 AM (pacific)
I served with ACo.2/7th Cav at X-Ray and Albany in Ia Drang Valley Nov.16/19 1965.



Name: Patrick Michael Hawkins
Email: hawkins_patrick at msn dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 02, 2009 - 09:32 PM (pacific)
I served 12 months with the 592nd trans, then extended for 12 months and transferred to the 566th trans. Both in Cam Rahn Bay 6-69 thru 9-71. I was the NCO on the hard truck "The Joker". If anybody remembers, drop a line.



Name: Andrea Harvey
Email: andie1208 at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 02, 2009 - 10:24 AM (pacific)
Seeking anyone who served with my father, SP4 Richard Harvey from Youngstown, OH. Co.B, 2nd Btn, 28th Inf., in-country Sep 65-Mar 66



Name: Michael Alan Macdonald
Email: cheyenneinterfaith dot org
Hometown: Cheyenne, Wyoming
Date: May 01, 2009 - 09:18 AM (pacific)
Vietnam 1/67 2/68 Marine 3RD Amtrack TRACK 3B48 1/67 TO 6/67 CAP Plt Cap N - 3 6/67 TO 2/68 6/68 TO 6/70 Marine Barrack 8 & I St Wash DC Guard Company 3rd platoon old Navy Yard Barrack Welcome home My BROTHERS GOD Bless
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Name: Donald Smith
Email: reconkt2 at myfairpoint dot net
Hometown: Dexter, Maine
Date: April 29, 2009 - 11:10 AM (pacific)
Looking for members of my 1st tour of duty.
HQ (G-3), 1st Cav Div July 1968-Dec 1969
HHC 3rd Brigade (Security Platoon), 1st Cav Div
Jan-Jul 1969
I was a AN/PPS-4 Radar Operator with the
Security looking for SGT Foreman, Griffin,
SFC Tarpley, etc



Name: Michael Alan Macdonald
Email: cheyenneinterfaith dot org
Hometown: Cheyenne, Wyoming
Date: April 29, 2009 - 09:28 AM (pacific)
1966-1970 Tour 3rd AMTRACK 3B48 1/67 6/67 went to CAP School 6/67 to CAP UNIT N-3 6/67 to2/68 VN Marine Barrack 8&I STREET WASH DC GUARD COMPANY 3rd Plt 6/78 to 6/70 Boot Camp 1966 June 9 1033 California San Diago




Name: Thomas (ZEKE) James Zito
Email: zito4alfa at charter dot net
Hometown: Birmingham, Al
Date: April 29, 2009 - 09:21 AM (pacific)
I WAS IN NAM FEB/68 -APRIL 26 1969 ,STATION AT PHU BIA, /DONG HA,144 ARTY D BTRY,DUSTERS,QUADS 50'S AND SERCH LIGHT UNITS,HOME 40 YRS TODAY 4/29/09 GOD BLESS ALL THAT DID NOT MAKE IT BACK



Name: laverne frank davis
Email: sue6990 at AOL dot COM
Hometown: Fairborn, Ohio
Date: April 28, 2009 - 08:45 AM (pacific)
66TO671STINF1STBN7THARTY68TO69101STAB 70TO7125THINF



Name: Cheryl Gunter
Email: mzbehavinnm at yahoo dot com
Hometown: , NM
Date: April 27, 2009 - 11:47 PM (pacific)
My Daddy's Tears
The first time I can remember being entirely and completely sad, happened when I was five years old. It was January of 1966. My dad was leaving for Vietnam. I suppose being as young as I was I did not understand the significance of what was about to happen to our family. I don't remember if my mom cried although I am sure she did. I don't remember if my brother or sister cried either. What I do remember as if it was yesterday is that my dad cried. It was the first time I had ever seen my daddy cry and it was powerfully frightening! It was the first time I had ever seen my daddy as a human being. Up until that very moment, I had thought him to be some sort of super hero. You know, like Batman or Superman, only without a cape. I just new he had superhuman strengths, he was handsome and brave and strong and in my five year old mind I just knew that nothing could hurt him and certainly nothing would ever make him cry! He was invincible…wasn't he? I remember feeling so confused…so overwhelmed…and so frightened. I couldn't understand why my daddy was crying. He told us he was going away for a little while. It wasn't the first time his job had taken him away and it wasn't the first time he told my brother and sister and I to be strong and good kids, to help mommy and then he promised he would be back before we knew it. So why was he crying? He had never cried before when he left for temporary duty. So why now? Daddies aren't supposed to cry…are they? I was terrified and I cried a river of tears that were born of my daddy's tears. I cried out to him…"Don't go Daddy!"…At least I think I did! Maybe I only said it in my mind while I stood there with the picture of my daddy walking away…his eyes res and his face wet with tears…being burned into my memory forever. During the next year, I sat with my mom in front of the TV and listened to the news reports about the casualties of Vietnam. Once I realized that was where my daddy had gone, I watched with intent, the still, black and white photographs of the men who were fighting for a cause I was too young to understand…all the while hoping for a glimpse of my daddy. At Christmas time, I remember us watching a Bob Hope USO show. As the cameras moved through the audience of soldiers, we looked for him and were so disappointed when it was over and we hadn't seen him…knowing he was going to be there. We heard more and more that people were angry about the war and angry with the soldiers who were sent to fight the war and I was angry because it meant they were mad at my daddy! It wasn't long before my five year old mind began to understand the root of my daddy's tears. I was one of the lucky kids!!!! In January 1967...right after my sixth birthday…my super hero daddy came home!!! I saw him cry again as he kissed and hugged all of us. This time I wasn't frightened. I am so glad he came home and so thankful that I could see him with his tears of sorrow for all that he had lost and tears of joy for all he had not. Forty years have gone by and I don't ever remember telling my daddy how happy and how thankful I am that he came home! I don't want another year to pass without letting him know that I love him and he is still my super hero! I write this with much love and dedicate it to my dad, R.D. Buck, and to all of the super hero mommies and daddies, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters who selflessly gave themselves in life and in death in Vietnam, and to those who went before and all of those who came after Vietnam and who have given us the life and and liberties we have now…I salute you!!! I love You Daddy!!!!!



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