I WAS WITH THE 86 SIGINAL BATT. 25TH INF.FORM 4-70 TO 8-70 THEN I WENT TO 52 SIGIAL BATT. CANTOE FROM 9-70 TO 4-71 THEN HOME.
Tristan Paul Jones
I am personally interested in Vietnam War . I have been interested in the Army for many years now and I am wondering if you can send me some information on Vietnam War ? Besides , your’e web page is brilliant but can you put in more pictures and stories ? Thanks , Tristan Jones 49 Devonshire Street , Morley , W.A. Australia 6062
ANY INFORMATION WILL BE APPRECIATED ON EITHER WORLD WAR 1 OR VIETNAM WARS ? PLEASE E-MAIL ME IF YOU DO !
john F. Jones
enjoyed your page . I was with the 554th Engr at chuchi and then with the c co 588th engr at lai khe 1969 – 70 looking for anyone there at that time . welcome home vets.
Great page. My first plane ride was in the Pacer oqned as a company plane by State Bond and Mortgage of New Ulm MN. Saying it was a four place was somewhat stetching my experience with the plane. I learned in a taildragger.Aeronca. Thanks for a great page.
Great web site. Enjoyed reading your experiences in Viet Nam. I was there in 69-70 at Pleiku and An Khe. B Co. 4th Avn Battalion 4th Infantry Div.
Dave, Enjoyed your website and positive attitude toward VN. I, too, was a draftee, something by choice. I needed the GI Bill for college. I was a medic and my bed was at Long Binh. 66-67. 61st Medical Detachment. A satellite of the 44th Medical Brigade. Again I appreciate your positive attitude.
Thanks for a great story about your Tri-Pacer and your dad. I have been through the sudden loss and sudden responsiblity thing too! I’m a student pilot (at 42) and think I would love to own a Tri-Pacer in a year or so. Comments? Thanks again for a great web-page — rgds jim
Sgt. Barbara Boylston Adams
Just wanted to let you know I appreciated your site, and the pictures. I had joined the AirForce in 1970-1974 for my country, my brother served in Vietnam from 1966-1969 wounded three times, helicopter doorgunner. Thank you for serving!
Dave, Enjoyed your homepage. My mother, Arbutus Largent, is looking for information or anyone who knew her brother during the Vietnam War 68-69, was serving with the 25th Infantry division in or near the Cambodia border at times. His name is Floyd Lester Steward, “Bub”., Springfield, WV. Could you please give us the name of some web sites where we could submit info. for feedback? We would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you, Arbutus Largent and Michelle Loy