Earnest Mac Spurlin firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, December 23, 2001 10:54:17 PM
Served with C Troop 12th Cav 3rd Armored Division in Budingen, Germany from Oct 1966 to March 1969 as a tank mechanic. Did not care much for the Army but loved my job and my after duty hour activities – especially my last 18 months.
Richard Charlson email@example.com
Monday, December 24, 2001 2:22:39 PM
Dave what a greate site!! I stumbled across it looking for pa-22 pic. Looking for a RC scale to work on for the winter. I was with the 572nd Trans Co. Long Ben 69/70. Thank You for this great page and WELCOME HOME BROTHER. Rich
Ron Leonard firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, December 24, 2001 8:37:22 PM
Good Job. i was one of the guys that got to blow hell out of the bushes sometimes when you found movement. FSB Crook, Washington and Diamond to name a fewNow pictures I site has. We were the gunship platoon from 25th Aviation.
Wednesday, January 16, 2002 5:04:39 PM
DAVE, THANKS FOR A FANTASTIC WEB PAGE. I JUST STOPPED MY TEARS BECAUSE OF THE MEMORIES. I SERVED WITH THE 25TH INF.DIV. 7TH 11TH ARTY. BRAVO BTRY. TAY NINH NOT FAR FROM YOUR PHOTO OF NUI BA DEN MT. WE KEPT THE VC FROM TAKING THE ROCK QUARRY OVER. I WAS AT F.S.B. BUELLE 105MM GUN SEC.6 YOU HAVE A NUMBA 1 SITE. KEEP UP YOUR HARD WORK I’LL VISIT THIS SITE AGAIN !! BU CU DINKY DUA IN THE CA. HIGH DESERT
les knott delta 3/22/25th xo 1969 state farm.com bxs4
Wednesday, January 30, 2002 4:34:52 PM
was at buell aug 22,1968 and was with delta when the
enginers and our company constructed the bunkers
and laid the wire for crook.was glad we weren’t therefor
the ground assault. l remember a dozer operator
requesting a couple troops to ride shotgun as a
came up out of the ground and ran across the blown up
bridge and disappeared.Was funny that the minute we
arrived in the choppers that whores and beer sellers
appeared on the scene.some secret fire base i think
it was laid out on the edge of bunker complex.
David Fitchpatrick Elainehf@aol.com
Saturday, February 2, 2002 6:05:43 PM
I was an 105mm Howitzer gun chief, B bat 5th Bn/27th arty,
stationed 9/68 – 9/69. Proud to have served, great sight,
LZ Sherry in Phan Thiet is where I was Stationed.
Supported 3th/506 101st Airborn, 25th Division and the
Rick Newbrough Reelman452@yahoo.com
Saturday, February 9, 2002 6:14:16 PM
Served with D Company, 2/34 Armour, 25th Infantry Division,Viet Nam,1970.Base Camp Dau Tieng in III Corps.Volunteer veteran and I’d do it again.Proud to have served.God bless you all.
Thomas C. Satterthwaite email@example.com
Tuesday, February 19, 2002 7:28:32 PM
Just found your great web page! My brother Richard was KIA while serving in the 25th Inf.on March 19, 1969. in the area betwee Cu Chi and the Ho Bo Woods. His unit was : Co. “C” 12 Inf. 25th Inf. If any one has any knowledge of this action or can help me find details of the fire fight, pleas e-mail me at :firstname.lastname@example.org
Lar Gilinsky Lar@ch49.com
Tuesday, March 5, 2002 6:55:13 AM
I was an Air Force Radar(AC&W)Operator 620 TCS Monkey
Mountain I Corp Feb26’70-Jan15’71. Everytime we get into a
war I end up ‘going back to VietNam,’ this time by Internet!
Otherwise, I’m a middle-aged Information Technology guy who
has had the good fortune of having a great family. (Nice
duong le email@example.com
Wednesday, March 13, 2002 6:32:59 PM
im vnese, and i m searching for vietnam war pictures