Nice site!!! Welcome Home to all I am currently looking for anyone who was at Camp Holloway, Pleiku in 1965 in the 25th. Lost a Brother, SP5 Frank Racine in battle of Pleime oct 20 65 Frank was crew chief in the 119th AHC Have pics of Lt.Yee and PFC McCary of the 25th. if you knew any of them please contact me. Uncletr655@aol.com
A friend of mine is looking to contact WOLFGANG WAGNER. They served together in the 25th from 66 to 67. If anyone knows of him your help would be appreciated.
samantha_17_@hotmail or samantha_17_1@yahoo
IWAS WITH THE 2ND BN.14TH.INF. OUT OF CU CHI VIET NAM FROM FEBRUARY 1970 TO JANUARY I971. IT SUCKED!
Great pics! I am studing for an aircraft ID test at school. Thanks for the great examples and help.
I have a dragonfly and am still in the process of getting it ready for flight…I have change it to a hoop gear. I was wondering if you have your dragonfly running yet. We really would like a check ride in one… Can you help. I talked with Gene Arthur earlier, but I don’t think he is going to be able to help us… Have to go Later…
Major Stephen Sendobry (Ret)
I served as platoon Leader in Co. A 4th battalion 31st infantry from july 1966 to July 1967 & company Commander of D co 3rd Battalion 21st infantry from nov 1968 to Nov 1969. I served in the Army untill retirement in 1981. Would like to hear from anyone I served with!
I really enjoyed reading and seeing the pictures, that you have.
Enjoyed your stories. I was MACV 1965-66 (REMF-Saigon/Pleiku) 23rd Infantry Division 1971 Beautiful Chulai By-The-Sea 1971-72 155 Transportation-Cam Ranh Bay “The Fighting Stevedores” Retired 1980 Master Sergeant Don’t miss it a bit! Best Wishes Old Man Harvey in Charleston, SC
It was great going through your scrapbook and reading what it was like. I have always had a very high interest in studying what it was like and what soldiers though about it.