I really like your site. I am the C.O. of the warbirds of america squadron #14 here in topeka ks. we are restoring a C-47 and it will be in the markings of an AC-47 in which John Levitow won the medal of Honor in on Feb. 24th 1969. we are selling SPOOKY memberships as a fund raiser to get her painted and flying by this summer. KEEP EM FLYING
Looking for men who served in DUSTER,QUAD,SEARCHLIGHT, VULCAN HAWK units in Vietnam 1965 to 1972. Email for relunion and newsletter info.
LEN AND MARY JANE PETERS SEARCHING FOR BILL AND RITA WOOD LEN SERVED WITH BILL AT FT BRAGG AND IN KORES
Great work on the Tri-Pacer and the article. You should write some stories about your flights. Would like to read them. Blue skies !
lsbaird – spouse of vet/pfc.RWBaird
Looking for someone/anyone who may have served with my husband in 25th infintry 3/67-3/68 who remembers him. He also was at Cu-Chu. Needs help aquiring VA benefits. As a vietnam vet’s spouse for 30yr have special place in my heart for all stories. lsbaird Thank you!
Hi dad, just check’n in
I served with the 2/77 artillery from 1968 to 1969 in the area of Dau Tieng, Cu Chi, Tay Ninh, Trang Bang, Angel Wing. It was nice running into your page. GOD bless Brothers
Mark & Marcy Earl
We are looking for a Tripacer project to restore. We own a 1947 Stinson 108-1 Voyager that has 250 hrs since complete restoration. The Stinson is a little to much for her right now, being a taildragger. We would appreciate any leads to a good solid project Tripacer. Thank you, Mark & Marcy Earl
Hello: What a great site – I enjoyed it thoroughly – checked out all the photos and read most of the “essays” from Basic to Homecoming and especially liked the R & R to Tokyo – what an experience. My ex served in DaNang 69/70 – we spent out R&R in the Ala Moana Hale Motel on Ala Moana Hale Blvd in Honolulu – had a marvelous time but too short, of course! My sn is an Army Sgt. presently stationed at Ft. Campbell, KY – just returned from 3 yrs in Germany – 10 months in Bosnia – nice to have him back in the States. Thanks for your service and your page – Welcome Home. ArmyMom