Dear Mr.Stanfford, I read your story and i will like to share it with my class. I will be very grateful if got your blessings to do this. It’s for my history class and i have to do it on vietnam and your story could be my way of informing my classmates about your experiences. So, what i am asking is for your blessings to do so? kevin.
Hi my name is Randy Johnson, I would like to thank you for a very enjoyable website. My daughter and sat and looked at your great pictures and listened to your music it was great. The reason for me finding your site was I was looking at different tri-pacers and talking to people about the pluses and minuses of owning one. I seem to think I would prefer the clipper because of it having a stick instead of yokes could you take a minute and give me your opinion on the matter also what you think about a converted tri-pacer. Any comments would be greatly appreciated and again thanks for a great site Randy Johnson.
don’t have one, sorry
you’re web sight is really kewl, and it has helped me out a lot for my project that I have to do about the Vietnam War. Thanx!
spent some time with 3/4 cav in cu-chi 1967-1968 take care bro the murph
Super site!! I extended for my early out and wondered about whether I should. Actually, in Oct 70 they made a special 6 month drop for Christmas, only for guys who had already extended and I only had to spend ONE over in the Nam. WANTED: Audio tapes of radio traffic, fire missions, firefights, cockpit tapes, etc. Also videotapes. Have MUCH of same to trade. Thank you. (4th Inf Div 1969-70) Shot, out.
Nice site. sure brought back some memories> I was an APC driver for the 2/22 out of Cu Chi in 70 also got to go into Cambodia. Fun trip Got our butts kicked. oh well glad you made it back. Al
Vietnam 10 Jan.-05 Dec. 1970 5th Special Forces Group . Based at Banmethuot and traveled all over the North Highlands. Had some great experiences with the Montagnard Tribespeople. I still mourn the guys we lost and left behind as POWS and MIAS. All gave some….some gave All.
OWNED 1955 ‘MILKSTOOL’ 150 HP. 4 PLACE WITH LONG RANGE TANK FOR ABOUT 10 YRS. 1979 ‘CRASHED….BUT DID NOT BURN’… BECAUSE OLD TRIPACER WAS ONE TOUGH OLD BIRD…AND HELD TOGETHER WHEN IT WAS CRITICAL’. WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANYONE CONTEMPLATING PURCHASE OF ONE OF THESE GREAT BIRDS..NEVER HESITATE. EASY TO MAINTAIN & OPERATE. I WISH I HAD HER BACK..NEVER FOUND ANOTHER LIKE HER.
I wasn’t around during the war itself but I have a deep facination of it thank you for giving details to what it was like
You have a great page I have enjoyed it very much! Please try and visit my homepage and sign my guestbook!