Note: My Guestbook had been down for quite sometime, but I finally found the right plug-in that works! My apologies to those who tried to post an entry and got no where. -dave
Reworking my site and testing links I came to your site and got to wondering how you are. I see you are getting recent entries in your guestbook. Good site.
Dave, I emailed you back 1997 to tell you how I kept my military service from the public. You remember how we kept quiet about Vietnam. I was stationed at Ft Sill, 69-70, MOS 93F20, A Battery, Staff Facility Battalion, USAFA. Some in my class went to Germany, most to Vietnam. I'm still looking for Bob Trapp, Mathew Odom, and Gibbony. They shipped to Vietnam about September 1969.
Wonderful web-site. I have really enjoyed it. I was 25th Arty (1/8th A Btry) 69/70. I was lucky enough to get to return for a visit to the old AO in October 1998. Vietnam has really changed. Yes, it was hard to decide to go, but now I feel every vet should return if you can. Thanks again for the opportunity to share your thoughts and feelings.
I am responding to an entry by J James whose father was with MACV Frac Team 1. I have seen your email address a number of times and have tried to contact you. I too as well was with the same team and knew your father. We both were on Hill 327 just west of Da Nang from May 72 til July 72 when I left for Camp Evans and he also served with another on hill 55. I am in contact with John Puthoff who knew him well. We have contacted his captain, Guy Nanney and a master Sargent Weber. I think I have a picture of your dad when we were on Hill 327. If you ever check this post, my email is valid, contact me. This email is dated June 5, 2015. June 5, 2015
Hi Dave, Great job on your new site. I just spent some time reading about 25th Div Arty and life in general in Nam.
I really like the way you designed your website. I particularly enjoyed your in-depth information about your adventures in the US Army. Many thanks for a job well done!
Dave, Great job you did on your WEB site. Really liked the way you put together your story from the begining to the end. Brought back many memories and at times thought I was reading my own story. Served with the 3/4 Cav at Cu Chi, 65-66. God Bless and WELCOME HOME!
Hq. Hq. Btry. Cu Chi.Vietnam, May 6, 1968 to May 7, 1969. Tower guard.