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Name: William (Bill) R Dalton
Email: bill3d at cox dot net
Hometown: Fort Walton Beach, FL
Date: May 16, 2004 - 03:22 AM (pacific)
I was an HM2 "Doc" with the 1st Marine Div. FLC from 1967 to 1968. I was in Da Nang at Camp Books ( Red Beach) and at FLSG Bravo in Dong Ha. I was in Hue when Tet began. Went on many truck convoys , med-evacs, and also worked for about 6 weeks at the Childrens Hospital sponsored by Marines at Red Beach, Camp Books. We went into the villages as part of the pacification program and held sick call. Was at Vangergriff or LZ stud giving medical support to the Marines. I try to dwell on the few positive aspects of this time as I have suffered from PTSD for so many years. Much I don't or can't remember and it is just as well forgotten. Those who served with me, living and dead, are not forgotten. Their faces are many, though the names I recall are few. Their sacrifices are eternal and will not be forgotten.



Name: Michael Anthony Freude
Email: mafogf at aol dot com
Hometown: , Ca.
Date: May 16, 2004 - 02:52 AM (pacific)
Was with the Americal Div. on San Juan Hill. Was called "Airborne" Hope Cap jr. freckle back, and Mac Mcdonald are all doing well.



Name: Dane Marshall Boman
Email: bigdane5 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: El Centro, California
Date: May 15, 2004 - 11:06 PM (pacific)
I was in Danang during the latter part of '67 to latter part '68. I was with the 1st Marine Division, Hq Battalion, Communications Company. The company commander had his hooch blown up by unknown disgruntled grunts but he was o.k. 1st Sgt was'nt so lucky.



Name: Laurie Ann Norton
Email: lilcheerleader1012003
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Date: May 15, 2004 - 03:55 PM (pacific)
Thanks for fihgting for us


Sincerley
Laurie



Name: james jones
Email: bubbaj at lightbound dot com
Hometown: shelbyville, in
Date: May 15, 2004 - 04:59 AM (pacific)
served with B troop in 70/71, getting old now and the memories are not fading



Name: lonnie nmi potter
Email: pdaytona90 at aol dot com
Hometown: louisville, kentucky
Date: May 14, 2004 - 08:30 PM (pacific)
stationed at phang rhang air base from march 1969 through march 1970, with the 35th combat support group air/security police squadron.



Name: fred thomas bullock
Email: fpbullock at charter dot net
Hometown: clarksville, tn
Date: May 14, 2004 - 04:46 PM (pacific)
served with 630th ord co.(ammo) ankhe and danang 1967-68



Name: Jodi Poulson
Email: diesel_qt at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Boring, OR
Date: May 14, 2004 - 01:29 PM (pacific)
I am looking for anyone who may remember my Dad, Fred Monroe Ayers. He did a tour in April 70 to June of 71. He has blocked out a lot of memories and is now finally trying to recover and come home!! What I do know is that he flew in to Cuchi (near Ho Chin Minh City) and went North toward Cambodia or Laos. He was injured in a tank explosion and was taken to Danang. When he recovered he was 2nd Security MP.
My Dads memories of what happened are detailed, but he can not remember dates and names. He feels like he is the only one that can not remember names of the men he fought beside. PLEASE help him remember. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Also if anyone has information on a young man nicknamed "Toad" serving about the same time, please email with any info, pictures or suggestions on how I can be of support to my Dad. God Bless all of our Service men and women and Thank you!



Name: Thomas Dean LaRoe
Email: adelinatom at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: May 13, 2004 - 10:33 PM (pacific)
I served in Vietnam May 65 till may 66. I was stationed at Nha Trang with the 6253rd CAMRON O-1E aircraft. (FAC). I was sent to Danang in August of 65 til November 65 then went to Hue and spent time up at Dong Ha. Left Dong Ha and Hue in April 66 and was sent back to Nha Trang. I flew in the back seat of the O-1E along with the pilot on observation and air strike missions with the code name of Birdog. Flew several times across the border into Laos under the code name Hounddog. I didn't envie the flights over Laos. We kept tabs on the MACV-SOG Teams on the ground there until we were replaced with what is called Covey. Wrote a book called DEROS NEVER that can be ordered at any book store in the country. Aslo have a web sight at atlasbooks.com where you can go in and read a chapter of my book and also order it if you want. Thomas LaRoe



Name: David A Prendergast
Email: prendergast at sats-eaf dot org
Hometown: Eureka, CA
Date: May 13, 2004 - 08:40 PM (pacific)
If you want to locate, copy or download USMC documents from your unit in vietnam check out the site www.thevietnamfiles.com The nit index is 291 pages long. I was in Vietnam, USMC 01/67 to 02/68 1st MAW, MAG-12 Chu Lai



Name: Billy Joe Churchwell
Email: billyjoe at comcast dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 13, 2004 - 09:25 AM (pacific)
Provisional Rifle Company
Camp Books
Vietnam
http://www.billyjoe.net/Vietnam/



Name: Fred Hager
Email: namcav1967 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Golden, Colorado
Date: May 12, 2004 - 04:15 PM (pacific)
With 1st Cav Div, Bravo Co. 2nd Bn, 7th Reg.
in 1966-67, Phan Theit, Song Mao , Phan Rang,
An Khe, Plei Ku, etc. "Custer's Regiment"
Garryowen.



Name: Art Miller
Email: mayjenny at netzero dot com
Hometown: , Maryland
Date: May 12, 2004 - 07:11 AM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who served with my dad, Art Miller in the 184th Ord Bn '70-'71 - Camp "Humper" Ammo depot. Particularly Doug Gearhart, Keeth, Herman S, Eason, Lloyd, Adams, Sgt Carrion. I have lots of great pics of you guys. It took Dad 33 years to be able to let me search, please help me let him know that you made it home. Thank you. mayjenny@netzero.com



Name: Christopher Lehman
Email: cplehman at stcloudstate dot edu
Hometown: ,
Date: May 12, 2004 - 01:22 AM (pacific)
I am a university professor in Minnesota, working on research for an article or book about the last year of US military activity in the Indochina Conflict. I am working from the thesis that it is important for people to understand reasons why people continued to enter the conflict in 1972, although Nixon and others talked about peace with honor and Vietnamization instead of military victory. I would appreciate e-mail contacts from anyone willing to have their responses published. If you entered the Indochina Conflict between January 1972 and August 1973, I would like to know:
1. Why did you go, especially considering that the majority of the country thought the war was a mistake by 1972?
2. How was the morale for you and your comrades in the context of public opinion at home and the massive troop withdrawals of 1972 and 1973?
3. How did your family and friends and others respond to your decision to fight in Indochina in 1972/3?
You are by no means restricted to responding solely to those questions. I welcome additional comments/recollections you have to share. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you very much.

Sincerely,

Dr. Christopher Lehman
Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies Dept.
St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, MN



Name: john manuel velez
Email: velezjohn1 at aol dot com
Hometown: lake st louis, mo
Date: May 11, 2004 - 09:03 PM (pacific)
Vietnam Vet Charlie 2 and the 7th 1st Air Cav.
1969-1970



Name: LINDA DIANE DUNCAN
Email: BUG2946 at EARTHLINK dot NET
Hometown: CANON CITY, CO
Date: May 10, 2004 - 07:14 PM (pacific)
91C AT CAMP KUE IN OKINAWA CARING FOR RETURNING INJURED. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU. WE HOLD OUR HEADS HIGH.



Name: Raymond B Travis
Email: rbtravis at gapac dot com
Hometown: Duluth, GA
Date: May 10, 2004 - 02:41 PM (pacific)
Served in Bien Hoa and Saigon Oct 1965 to Oct 1966.......



Name: Nancy Lung
Email: singalong at pennswoods dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 10, 2004 - 01:06 AM (pacific)
I am looking for any one who served with Stephen Minick in south veitnam 1967. What happened the day he was killed??? Any thing would be appreciated. God Bless our loved one's who gave there live's for us.



Name: David Silva
Email: dweessie at aol dot com
Hometown: Campbell, Ca
Date: May 09, 2004 - 09:20 PM (pacific)
I served in Veitnam with the 48th AHC from july 71 to July72



Name: chris jacobsen
Email: megakris at optonline dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: May 09, 2004 - 10:37 AM (pacific)
i am doing a project in school on the war



Name: ron wade
Email: ronwade5 at comcast dot com
Hometown: portland, OR
Date: May 09, 2004 - 03:07 AM (pacific)
Duc Pho 67-68,,,attached to 26th engineers, Americal division........



Name: Thomas Chapman
Email: tchapman1 at twmi dot rr dot com
Hometown: Redford, Michigan
Date: May 07, 2004 - 09:29 PM (pacific)
Served in the great rice patty, 4-71 to 2-72. In the Siagon area from 9-71 to 2-72. Navy Headquarters, Support Activity. I have been trying to locate an Army Sgt. 101st medic, Bill Goodman. We shared some great times on Plantation Road and Tu Do Street. If anyone knows where I can locate him, please e-mail.



Name: kevin michael tucker
Email: www dot toolman5256 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: highland, indiana
Date: May 07, 2004 - 06:02 PM (pacific)
i am looking for info on danang 1970-71 any fighting ,level of danger anything of that nature all stories are welcome my father was denied va benefits



Name: stephen widmer
Email: kats2blk at fuse dot net
Hometown: cincinnati, ohio
Date: May 06, 2004 - 11:35 PM (pacific)
served with 1st mp co 1st inf div dec1967-dec1968 escorting convoys between di-an lai khe and quon loi



Name: Ennis Doyle Huffstetler
Email: Ginsang 49 at aol dot com
Hometown: Maryville, Tennessee
Date: May 06, 2004 - 09:47 PM (pacific)
I want some that was at LZ Action in 1970 to call me.!-865-982-5680-



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