Name: dale hollingsworth
Email: nigelsfather at yahoo dot com
Hometown: butler, pa.
Date: February 06, 2008 - 11:16 PM (pacific)
anyone from adv. tm. 91 MACV
Name: Rafael Ortiz
Email: rovaz at aol dot com
Hometown: Bridgewater, MA
Date: February 06, 2008 - 07:58 PM (pacific)
February 6, 2008
I served in the Air Force, FM Squadron, stationed in Phu-Cat. I was aircraft electrical repair working on F-4D, C-7A, OA1, EC-47, Shadow AC-119, Pedro helicopter and any TDYs that came along. Year served in Viet Nam was from Nov. 1969 to Nov. 1970. I would like anyone that served with me please write to my E-Mail (email@example.com) or call me (508) 697-7815.
Name: john Binder
Email: elkcreek3 at hotmail dot com
Date: February 06, 2008 - 05:12 PM (pacific)
68/69 up river from can tho 69th enineers....
almost 40 yrs later,, Im more fked up now than ever
Name: Kim Nguyen
Email: Kimsyx at gmail dot com
Hometown: the Netherlands,
Date: February 06, 2008 - 08:03 AM (pacific)
Hello. I find this a great site. I am here because I want to find someone for my mom. His name was Don Wickley (this is how it is pronounced). He served the vietnam war around 1968-1970 and went back home in August 1970. He came back a month later september 1970 to marry my mom (René), but because of strange circumstances, they've never seen nor speak to eachother again. When she told me this story, I really want to find him, or at least speak to someone who knew him or still knows him. Back then, he lived in Ohio, I don't know what town exactly. THey met at the NCO club in vietnam (I also don't know what state). Please, if anyone knows this man, then contact me. I can't say how much I would be thankful.
I do not live in the states, neither does my mom.
Thank you for reading and I wish you all luck.
Name: Roy George
Email: rtgtmg at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Reno, nv.
Date: February 06, 2008 - 07:32 AM (pacific)
Was stationed at marble mountian jan.to dec.1970
was crewchief for 282nd assalt hel,co. anybody their please send e-mail.
Name: john L. Jacob
Email: jacobjal at sbcglobal dot net
Hometown: duncanville, tx
Date: February 06, 2008 - 07:09 AM (pacific)
Iam iooking some one that was in the 101st station atCamp eagle inPhu Bai in1970 to71
Name: Jack Scardina
Email: jacscar at cox dot net
Date: February 05, 2008 - 09:56 PM (pacific)
Phu cat AB SP. March 71 Dec 71. I'm looking for "ski". He was about 6'2", white, Judo Black belt. I think from NY. Remember that burn you got at the pool!!!
Name: Francisco Gerena
Email: frankshomes at bellsouth dot net
Hometown: East Palatka, Fl
Date: February 05, 2008 - 09:30 PM (pacific)
I left Nam Nov. 10, 1967
587 Sig. Co Dau Tieng
Those who, were there I am the one who showed the movies by the swimming pool.
Name: Bill Frisbee
Email: b dot frisbee at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Deltona, Fl.
Date: February 05, 2008 - 09:14 PM (pacific)
Served in Vietnam 1970. With 2/8thCav Div, 1st Cav Div. Anyone there at same time, will you e-mail.be so happy to hear from one and all. please e-mail soon
Name: Ed Nelson
Email: enelson1304 at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Kelso, Wa
Date: February 05, 2008 - 08:00 PM (pacific)
I have a post on page 106 but the email address is no longer any good.
I was with A Battery 5/42nd from Dec 69 to Feb 70 and then in the CFSCC in Lam Son/Phu Loi from 2/70 until 2/71
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Name: William French Clarke
Email: clarke dot dad at gmail dot com
Date: February 05, 2008 - 07:15 PM (pacific)
I am looking for anyone who served with the Special Forces recon teams operating out of Khe Sahn in 1967. I was a USAF FAC (Covey 017)detached to Khe Sahn that year and worked with Army teams on Prairie Fire missions. I remember one team I rescued which was in a hopeless situation, completely surrounded by an NVA force in a deep valley west of Khe Sahn in Laos. The weather had completely blanketed the entire top of the valley with a thick cloud cover that extended from the tops of the vally ridges to about 1500 feet from the valley floor. When I established radio contact with the team, they said they needed air support and possible extraction. I punched through the cloud cover to see if I could break out below the cloud deck before hitting the valley floor. I broke out at about 1,500 feet in rain and scud and managed to find the team. I had no air support as the weather was dangerously bad within the walls of the valley, so I used my marking rockets to hit enemy positions. I was getting intense automatic weapons fire. After supressing the fire, I managed to talk down helicopter support to swuccessfully rescue the team. Does anyone remember this event?
Name: gilbert "Frenchie" Manasselian
Email: namrats1968 at gmail dot com
Hometown: , California
Date: February 05, 2008 - 06:40 PM (pacific)
served proudly with Co C 4/31 196th LIB Americal Div from 02-68to02-69....check our our Google group and maps and picture album...looking for men from our company (any year)
email me with questions at namrats1968atgmaildotcom
Name: Jimmie Dale Barthule
Email: cbarthule at gmail dot com
Hometown: wilmington, nc
Date: February 05, 2008 - 03:31 PM (pacific)
I served in Vietnam for 1968-1970. I am 63 years old and am only now tryinig to get some benefits from the VA. I served with the 82nd Airborn, I am trying to find anyone who knew me then , I need to fill out alot of paperwork, but have alot of trouble remembering name, places & dates.I'm told my records can't be found, that they were burned. I'm having to recerate all evidence that i was even there. My exwife threw almost everything away.
Name: Albert FH Kampmeinert
Email: akampmeinert at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Sacramento, California
Date: February 04, 2008 - 09:13 PM (pacific)
I served in Phu Bai January 1999 to March 1970 with the 131 Avn Company as an Sp5. Was TO and Crew Chief. Anyone that served that time thank you we will remember we served our country proudly. I would do it again in a heart beat. For those who perished You will always be in my memory. 13 was not a good number. My hat of again to all of you.
Name: Stanley ray mcqueen
Email: mcqueen at mail dot com
Hometown: lily, kentucky
Date: February 04, 2008 - 01:28 PM (pacific)
May i say as a fellow korean vet
to each of you brave men that was stationed in the jungles of veitnam i salute you brave men with the highest honor that could be spoken. you seen fellow troops fall to the ground dead before they hit the ground..you heared men cry with pain and seen the fear of men faces in the time of battle..your horror was not a movie but real , enemy was real and he was out to kill you.. you unloaded into a strange land with the smell of blood in the wind.. you heared the sound of mortar shells and seen men fall to their deaths...their faces was just the faces of young boys in their sweet youth.. how could i say enought and honor you for being there in my stead.? how could i thank you with human lips? I seen the wounded at valley forge hospital when i was their with tuberculosis that i caught in korea, I seen strong men without arms and legs because of war.. I heared them cry because of their wounds and seen the faces of those brave wounded men, and this is kept in the memory of and brings thoughts of sorrow in my mind..sometimes my dreams bring me back to that sad and sorrowful time and I wake up with and relize in my mind i have returned to see all your war torn faces and wounds again all refreshed I and then i thank God that it is now just a dream and then i retrace my past to recall all that i have seen and reflect on war and men and wounds and sorrow and I hope that never again in the day of men that war will come ever again to take our young men and woman to their youthful graves... men and fellow vet i thank each and all of you for your service and I am pround to be one of you a fellow vet...God bless from vet mcqueen
Name: Roy Davis
Email: roydavis2 at insightbb dot com
Hometown: Danville, Illinois
Date: February 04, 2008 - 12:41 PM (pacific)
I Served with the 1st. Inf. Div. Scout Dog unit @ Xion in 67, and was transferred to the 4th. Inf. Div. 1/10th. Air Cav. @ Pleiku during thet in 68, and then to An Khe when the 4th. Div. moved there. I filled a door gunner slot till a great brother named Gary Brewer (Crew Chief) rotated, then I assumed his position as Crew Chief on the UH1H. The last two months in country I requested to give up my position as Chief, and become a part of the rapid deploy platoon, and back on the ground again. It was granted, and I was with those great guys that I inserted in "hot spots." I felt more comfortable being with them, than looking in there eyes as I left. A Great bunch of guys was with me at that time. I still smell the place at times, especially during early Spring, or Fall. I hear similar sounds from time to time, and when a chopper flies where I live the memories are very real. I still have the sweats, and have to set in a restaurant facing the door. Probably like most of us! I'm glad I happened across this page, I wish the best to all my brothers, and may you find some peace from time to time. Roy
Name: John (Boo-Boo) Rumsey
Email: Yesmur13 at aol dot com
Hometown: Langhorne, PA
Date: February 04, 2008 - 10:05 AM (pacific)
I was in Charlie CUPP nead LZ Ross in 1970-71. I have been in contact with John Kelly, Tim Orr, Tim (Bones) Akers and Sgt. Will Harris (Deceased Jan, 2008). I am looking for anyone who served in Charlie CUPP in 1970-71. Mike Grimmer, Ruben Ochoa, Ray Groff, Al Napolitano, Buzz etc. Contact me via e-mail -- Yesmur13@aol.com John 9Boo-Boo) Rumsey
Name: Don E. Wolfe
Email: docwolfe at hoymail dot com
Hometown: Lawrenceville, Illinois
Date: February 03, 2008 - 08:50 PM (pacific)
I was in Nam 67-68 with 2nd Btn. 1St Marines Echo Co. Was a corpsman. Con Thien XMAS of 67. Would like to hear from anyone who was there. .............."Doc" Wolfe
Name: John Thomas Gregg
Email: jgregg10 at aol dot com
Hometown: hohenwald, tn
Date: February 03, 2008 - 03:39 PM (pacific)
Was with the 666 transportation attached to the 101st from feb 70-march71
Name: Daniel Castro Mendiola
Email: dj dot mendiola52 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Brush Prairie, WA
Date: February 03, 2008 - 01:08 PM (pacific)
Vietnam veteran echo recon 1st bn. 46th in. 196th light in. bg. 23rd in. div. (Americal) 1971-1972 nickname "Big Guam" pig gunner.
Name: John PHIL Vessello
Email: sgtv68 at aol dot com
Hometown: , Massachusetts
Date: February 03, 2008 - 11:52 AM (pacific)
Looking for Marty Valinas, he was with 2/33rd arty , 1st div , Lai Khe 66 67,
Name: Peggy Hoppe
Email: skeeterbug69 at cox dot net
Date: February 03, 2008 - 09:15 AM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who knew my father CW2 Charles (Chuck) Strawser. He was in the 2nd of the 7th Cav 69-70 I believe.
Name: Gilbert J Nadeau
Email: Gilbo49 at aol dot com
Hometown: Cohoes, NY
Date: February 03, 2008 - 08:20 AM (pacific)
Looking for Sargent Robert Boysen a man who served the 11th sometime around oct, 1970. Anyone who could direct me to a way to find info about the 11th would be greatly appreciated
Name: Larry James Humphrey
Email: lata4647 at comcast dot net
Hometown: LaCenter, Washington
Date: February 03, 2008 - 12:19 AM (pacific)
served 3/06/1966 to 3/06/1967 Hq Battery 11 Field Force Vietnam at Long Binh... never saw any of those guys again after rotation back to States.. drop a line or e-mail me..
Name: Scott Alexander Fullerton
Email: sfullerton at cuhsd dot net
Hometown: El Centro, California
Date: February 02, 2008 - 02:34 PM (pacific)
A/1/5 USMC, An Hoa Basin and Camp Dai La, 9/69-9/70, RVN. Was radio operator with Alfa Co. for 9 months (81s) and Bn RO for 3. Would like to hear from anyone I served with esp. Boyd Thomas, Joe Hogue and Gunny Behrend.