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Name: Calvin R. Swisher
Email: calrswish at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Arkansas City, Ks
Date: November 07, 2008 - 11:34 AM (pacific)
Was in Viet-nam 1976/1977 as a non-veteran with the D.O.D. I was at Bien- Hoa air base



Name: Paradis Jim
Email: jpara47662 at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Rockwall, Texas
Date: November 06, 2008 - 08:35 PM (pacific)
A Co.- 326 Combat Engineer / 101 Airborne 70-71
Let's talk.



Name: robert gary davis
Email: gdavis1964 at suddenlink dot net
Hometown: russellville, ar
Date: November 06, 2008 - 08:29 PM (pacific)
i was at long ben 66 67 co b



Name: Frank James Costanza
Email: f dot costanza at oberthurcs dot com
Hometown: Manassas, Virginia
Date: November 06, 2008 - 01:31 PM (pacific)
I was stationed at Da Nang in 1965 with VMFA 542 (Fighting Tigers) and in 1966 with VMFA 314 (Black Knights). I was an Aviation Fire Control Technician working on F4Bs. The longest and hardest days there were during Operation Starlite when the flares at night kept the skies brighter than daylight.
We left El Toro California on a training mission to San Clemente Island by LSD USS Alamo March of 1965. Ten days later we were still heading west when our CO opened sealed orders that said we were going to NAS Atsugi where we were to wait for our aircraft to arrive, prepare them for deployment and the get on LST USS Vernon County for deployment to Da Nang Vietnam. At the time none of had a clue as to where Vietnam was so we prepared for war as best we could. Those two years of my life showed me mans inhumanity to man close up and has changed me forever. I have since then been an anti-war activist and basically a constant pain in the ass to several of my politician friends. I will write more later after I take the time to review my memoirs I have written for my kids.



Name: JJ Wills
Email: silvertreefrog at hotmail dot com
Hometown: elberta, al
Date: November 06, 2008 - 01:06 PM (pacific)
My dad, Jack Wills, served with the Marine Corp in Vietnam from 1967 - 1969. He has recently decided to seek help at the VA. He stated that he was getting to old and has become unable to fight the war in his heart any longer. He gave me a flag and seems to be looking for someone who recognizes it. It is solid black with a skull and crossbone and we he talks about it he refers to Paradees pirates . (I am uncertain as to the spelling. If anyone out there knows about the flag please contact me at silvertreefrog@hotmail.com. Thanks you.



Name: Ronald Beal
Email: ronniebeal at cs dot com
Hometown: Columbia, Tennessee
Date: November 06, 2008 - 12:10 PM (pacific)
I was with B co 1st blt. 7th marines hill 55 south of Chu Lai Sept 66 toApril 67. then to hill 10 South of Da Nang
I found this sight by google. This is a great sight. Keep up the good work

Cpl. Beal



Name: Ronald Beal
Email: ronniebeal at cs dot com
Hometown: Columbia, Tennessee
Date: November 06, 2008 - 12:02 PM (pacific)
I was with B co 1st blt. 7th marines hill 55 south of Chu Lai Sept 66 toApril 67. then to hill 10 South of Da Nang
I found this sight by google. This is a great sight. Keep up the good work

Cpl. Beal



Name: marshall jackson
Email: pleiku6566 at msn dot com
Hometown: , sc
Date: November 06, 2008 - 08:32 AM (pacific)
trying to locate all men that served in B-1-35 infantry of the 4th and 25th infantry division's. the 35th infantry association has a reunion the last week of july, every year.the place changes. this coming year (2009) will be in reno, nevada. for info log onto cacti35th.org.



Name: Bob De Leon
Email: bobbyd42000 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Modesto, CA
Date: November 06, 2008 - 12:48 AM (pacific)
MACV IV Corps/Advisory Team 96 (Eakin Compound - Can Tho) from Dec. 1964 to April 1965...COMUSMACV MACV1 Saigon from April 1965 to December 1965.



Name: Ron Marty Martin
Email: ronmartin2 at verizon dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: November 05, 2008 - 09:18 PM (pacific)
They called me Marty. I served in DungHa with the 3rd Marines FLC Sept.1967- Oct. 68. Then in Camp Books Red Beach Da Nang Feb. 69-March 70. I would like to hear from anyone from the Provisional Rifle Co. John Hammond. Are you out there?



Name: Ron Carr
Email: roninmo205 at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: November 05, 2008 - 08:21 PM (pacific)
A Battery 7th Bat 9th arty Feb 1968 to May 1969
105 arty I remember Sgt Shirey-Big T Trimmer-Sgt Burke.



Name: tony asaro
Email: asaaro at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: November 05, 2008 - 07:15 PM (pacific)
also forgot to say that recoiless rifile,that you showed on crows nest was their way before 1968,like i stated in my last submission we were soliders from 3rd bn 1st marines mike co.many days we climbed crows nest to talk to the marines that were stationed up their,you said they needed ropes to climb up their?we climbed up their with no ropes it was a steep climb,but we didnt need ropes,the only danger that was climbing that mountain were the booby traps the vc would put out their,like short fused granades''''''''''you would trip them as you walked through the brush up their,you had to be very careful.



Name: tony asaro
Email: asaaro at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: November 05, 2008 - 07:01 PM (pacific)
nice pictures,i was stationed with 3rd bn 1st marines on marbel mountains in october 1966,we were there for a few months just outside the village of nui kim son,then we moved 8 miles down the msr road .crows nest was the other mountain,we had a 106 recoiless rifile on the top of crows nest,also there was hill 10 just across from crows nest,that i spent 4 months on,the china sea was to our backs and a airforce compound was next to us also.it was good to see these pictures again,many days i walked through the tempel and never realized there were vc in the tempel of marbel mountains,you realize that i was one of the first to set up camp near marbel mountain this was early october of 66 and the war was just really getting started.



Name: Ronald H. Rayner
Email: eagle dot prep at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Davisburg, MI
Date: November 05, 2008 - 05:08 PM (pacific)
2nd Plt,1st Battalion/26th Marines 1968, Presently Chaplain Khe Sanh Vets, www.khesanh.org
Keep up the good work.



Name: jimmy lawrence mclamb
Email: jlmclamb at intrstar dot net
Hometown: Clinton, N.C.
Date: November 04, 2008 - 09:05 AM (pacific)
I served with 553rd HEM co at long binh .from jan 68 until sep . then transferred to 8/6arty 1st infantry div at lai khe .got severe ptsd plus permanent disabled because of spinal cord problems had surgery on back and neck.Had hearing on ptsd VA dont seem to believe I saw any combat because of my mos but if any one was at either of these places can you verify that I was in some serious stuff especially in the arty.if you remember me let me know .I admit I was probably sufferin before I left Nam cause was in a lot of fights and mess with the wrong side our side Jimmy



Name: Robert Arnold Battin
Email: rbrtbattin at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Columbus, IN
Date: November 03, 2008 - 10:41 AM (pacific)
I was a medic with Charlie Company, 2/28th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division from August 1968 - August 1969. I served under Lt Joe Montoya and later under Cpt Richard Rogers as Sr aid medic. Cpt Charles King (MD) was the leader at our battalion aid station. When I was discharged I used the GI bill to attend Indiana University and became a CPA.



Name: alexis canalez
Email: pammail at bak dot rr dot com
Hometown: bakersfield, california
Date: November 02, 2008 - 09:17 PM (pacific)
I am looking for my friend Beasley that I seved with in cameron bay in viet nam in 1967/1968, he called me speedy and I always wanted to know what happened to him. I never knew his first name , just
Beasley. Please call if you are him or know him. Alex / speedy/Viet nam



Name: John P Elfers sr
Email: jelfers at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: Melissa, Texas
Date: November 02, 2008 - 11:17 AM (pacific)
I served in Vietnam from June 1967 until May 1968 I was with company C 6/16th Arty. I am looking for some of the guys i served with. The only one i can remerber is a guy named Hoss and he was from Tenn or some where in the south.. I started out in the mess hall when i first got to Vietnam but i was later tranfered to one of the guns. If any of the guys remerber me or any of the other guys please contract me.



Name: Fred Ray Rash
Email: Fred Rash at yahoo dot com
Hometown: anawalt, wva
Date: November 01, 2008 - 07:40 PM (pacific)
71st Trans Bn Aug 66 - Feb 68



Name: George Dearing
Email: Silvroak#2 at gmail dot com
Hometown: , AR
Date: November 01, 2008 - 02:10 PM (pacific)
Served in 1881st Communications Squadron, 1971-72 and helped close down base for turnover to Viet Nam forces.Left in May 1972.



Name: Kenneth Benesh, CMSgt (ret)
Email: ken dot benesh at gimail dot af dot mil
Hometown: COLTON, CA
Date: October 31, 2008 - 11:54 PM (pacific)
I was never "in country," but lost friends. My brother was in country with 5th SF. He spent time with the montagnards, circ. 1969 or so, and has always held them in high regard. I remain convinced that the government of Vietnam is committed to their assimilation into the broader culture.



Name: Gene Jaglowski
Email: Geneami322 at att dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: October 31, 2008 - 10:36 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who served with me in Song B 1967-68
looking for Reg Hughes and Bill Downs 148 Ord
1967-1968 Vung Tau and Ft Polk,

Gene



Name: Thomas Mack
Email: tommm219 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: October 31, 2008 - 12:01 PM (pacific)
I was in C company - 2/28 from approx 10 Sep 68 to 29 Dec 68 when I got hit bad. I was in 1st Platoon. Looking for anyone who served at that time.



Name: JOHN PELUSO
Email: JPELUSO3 at nycap dot rr dot com
Hometown: WARRENSBURG, N.Y.
Date: October 31, 2008 - 08:57 AM (pacific)
served with IUWG1 in Tam My from 1967-68 operated area's of perfume riverup and around cau vet. I was just outside of HUE on edge of river by
the forty mike JP4 take that blew during TET.



Name: Robert Wayne Gutterman
Email: rrwgman at aol dot com
Hometown: Louisville, Ky
Date: October 31, 2008 - 06:31 AM (pacific)
I Served in the US Navy with Patrol Squadron 17. We flew out of Cam Ranh Bay Air Base,Vietnam in 1968. We were part of the Market Time patrols.
We were also called on when the USS Pueblo was seized by North Korea.



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