Bill Benson firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, March 18, 2004 3:29:32 PM
3/18/04 fire bases devins, lyinch, 1970-71
David Mullinax email@example.com
Sunday, March 21, 2004 11:02:14 AM
I was a medic with the 65th Engineers in Cu Chi 6/67 – 6/68. I would like to make contact with anyone who served then, especially in Charlie Comnpany. I have numerous photos which I hope to have up on a website within a couple months. I need help in identyfying a lot of these guys. Good work with this site.
Jim Wears firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, March 29, 2004 6:20:43 AM
Budingen? Yea, I was there once. I spent three years there one night. 1959-1962 KP, Guard Duty, extra training, forfiture of 6&2/3. Yea, I remember Budingen. I grew up there. You might even say that Budingen has made me what I am today… a Civilian. Jim Wears Bravo troop 12th Cav. MOS 133.10
THOMAS RITTNER email@example.com
Tuesday, March 30, 2004 4:52:36 PM
HE WAS MY COUSIN TRYING TO FIND ANYONE WHO SERVED WITH HIM Ronald Roy Cassel Private First Class PERSONAL DATA Home of Record: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Date of birth: Saturday, 06/14/1947 MILITARY DATA Service: Army (Selective Service) Grade at loss: E3 Rank: Private First Class ID No: 52678305 MOS: 17B20 Field Artillery Radar Crewmember LenSvc: Less than one year Unit: 238TH FA RADAR DET, 108TH ARTY GRP, XXIV CORPS CASUALTY DATA Start Tour: Friday, 02/24/1967 Cas Date: Thursday, 05/18/1967 Age at Loss: 19 Remains: Body Recovered Location: Quang Tri, South Vietnam Type: Hostile, Died Reason: Multiple Fragmentation Wounds – Ground Casualty ON THE WALL Panel 20E Line 022
Bill McCormick firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, August 20, 2004 2:32:21 PM
Interesting site I could almost smell that crazy place
again. I served in the 174th Ord.Det. (68-69) in Cam Ranh
Bay. Many of you comments echo the book “Stolen Valor”.
It seems there a more wannabes than ever out there. Keep
up the good work. Just another G.I. Bill McCormick
J R email@example.com
Tuesday, August 31, 2004 10:10:44 AM
Dave : Well done. I remember that which I wanted to forget, always felt guilty making it back…your story helped, Thanks,and God bless… II Corps,25ID, 68.
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ryan – (188.8.131.52) – Monday, November 1, 2004 1:43:26 PM
good job dave
Very, very well done. Started reading, couldn’t leave! Bud
Frank J. Ahearn firstname.lastname@example.org
I.U.W.G.1 Nov 16 1966-1967. Cam Rahn Bay..Anyone want to say hello…please hurry…
Im a 23 year old that found your web sight searchimg for r- c helicopter stuff. learning to fly. but browsed your sight. i dont ever read other then what i have to and i was glued to the computer till i was done.if i could tell you and anybody else that served is thank-you.thank-you.thank- you. job well dpne and im glad you wrote about your experiences. i might go find a book about vietnam. anyways thank-you and good luck with the rest of your life.
Terrific personal narratives. Brought back lots of memories. Best, Old Sarge
Terry Burhans email@example.com
Dave…from the comments your work and research pleases many. Nice Job! I was searching for “A Battery of the 1/26th FA TAB attached to V Corps.” Giessen Germany was our location. Headquarters was in Darmnstadt and “B” I think was aslo in Giessen in the depot area. I was there May of 1970 through Sept of 1971. Wow! The memories are great and the experience was outstanding. Mine was 93F20…Artillary Ballastic Meteorologist. What a great start for my career…After the 2 year military stint it was on to television broadcasting weather in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Cleveland, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, and now FOX6 XETV in San Diego, California. Your stories are interesting and bring back many warm beer and convoy memories on the autobahn! Sunny Skies Terry Burhans 619-743-0500