I’m doing a report over Vietnam and how it effected young teens as in 17-21 years old. Right now I’m 20 and have been in the Marine Corp for 1 and a half years! Would like to hear from you soom!!!
M. L. Church
My husband Forest (Dave) Church served with the 25th in Cu Chi about the same time you did. He passed away this last July 16. I wondered if you remembered him. He was 19 when he was there, from Florida. How I miss him! We were married 28 years.
I was reading your story about rebuilding 78A. I didn’t notice on top of the article though that you had stated that it was 2278A. I have been trying to track down either the where-abouts or the demise of 2378A. My folks owned it froma about 1959 to 1963. It was very interesting to read your story. Thanks for sharing it. Wish you all the best. John Young Auckland New Zealand (Formerly Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, Calif.)
Was doing a search for a copy of the old draft notice. One of the hits was your site. Enjoyed reading your commentary and viewing your photo’s. Was a ground radio repairman, USAF 68 to 72. SEA tour at NKP Thailand. Again, great site. Les
Kerry N. Schaefer
Excellent site, especially the “My Thought Today” Page.
ANGI DE VILLIERS
Tonight is my first visit to a vietnam site, so I browsed through the many names until I came to a good “Irish one” I would like to find more info on “Lads from the home turf” who served in Vietnam, or do’es an organisation such as this exist. My folk’s fought in France,There is no rememberance sites for them, just an old BW photo,and a grave that was never visited, they fought for a King against their faimlys wishes,and died with out a country to remember them. This is Irelands shame today!
Dennis G. Nutter
I SERVED ON PBR’S [RIVER PATROL BOATS] DURING 6/67 TO 6/68 IN THE MEKONG DELTA. WELCOME HOME BROTHER.
Just wanted to say thank you for posting your web page. I am doing a paper at school and this will help me alot. Thanks Again!!!!! tricia
Greatly enjoyed your telling of the success of your intergenerational experience via tube and cloth. Is not that what in the end matters most? You have found an ideal format to express your love of family. And I am a cessna 140 owner, no less!(but also actively searching for a tripacer for more family fun) Thanks.