your web site was very helpful for me. I am doing a report on rest and relaxation in Vietnam. If you have any more information on this subject plaese send it to me
Paul C. Medici, USCG(Ret.)
too lazy to put it in it,s 0428hrsEST and Im not asleep!
The picture gallery is excellent! The images very clear and sharp. The feeling of being that close to Cambodia and those Sancs…. Nice Page. PM Boston, MA Barrington, RI
I’m just signing your book and that you just keep me in mind when something new comes up.
Great article. Now if I can find one of those little darlings. Keep it FLYING.
I think your page is really great but, do you think you could get info. on the 25th infintry division, artillery
A great web site and a great story, well written that captures the essence of the Vietnam experience. I served in the 935th Medical Detachment (a psychiatric unit) in Long Binh in 1968. The fear, the bunkers, incoming, a year of conflicting emotions, R&R, and finally taking off and clearing 20,000 feet on the best flight any of us have or will ever take, but only to be followed up by a country in which we were rewarded with indifference and told not to put our Vietnam service on our resumes because it would probably be held against us in the job market – and we were the lucky ones. We put our lives together – survived and prospered. And, for you and your bride, congratulations on your 30th anniversary.
PAUL.JAMES.WILLIAM.HARRINGTON HARRINGTON AVIATION
SIR YOU HAVE A FINE LOOKING AIRCRAFT AND THE PICTURES ON YOUR SITE ARE EXCELLENT. I DON’T ON A PACER OR TRI-PACER BUT LIKE THE LOOKS OF THEM. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. I OWN A PA-11 PIPER CUB 90HP SKIS AND 1320 EDO FLOATS. HAVE A NICE DAY. YOUR PAGE IS A VERY NICE SET UP. SINCERLY, PAUL.J.W.HARRINGTON.
Great page! have you changed your email address?
Hi enjoyed your letter on rebuilding the Tripacer.I have one that as been laying around for years.Dont know what year. All i have is a bent airframe.Need parts any condition.Thanks.
Dave: I stumbled across your website & enjoyed looking at your camping pics. Obviously, you like camping and taking pictures of your favorite spots. It occurred to me you might like to earn a little money for what you do. It seems I’m about always searching for good photos (like some of those you shot) that are scenic and yet illustrate an ideal RV camping experience. I need those pics for the front covers of our camping guides when they are updated. For example, just now I am completing research on our western edition of Camping on a Shoestring, a camping guidebook that lists only campgrounds with fees of $10 or less. We have a similar eastern edition; we have a book titled Camping With the Corps of Engineers (obviously, listing only Corps parks), and of course, our best-seller, Guide to Free Camping. Are you interested in seeing your pictures appear on a few book covers? We’re a small publishing company without a big budget, but we pay $100 for a photo that we can use as the focal point of one of our books. If you are, please let me know, either by e-mail or by phoning direct at 219-875-8618 (Elkhart, IN). Don
It’s always good to hear about another Tri-Pacer lover. I have a PA-22-150 1956. Its in really nice condition. With luck we will fly a lifetime. Have a nice holiday. PS. would you happen to know where I could find a weights & ballance sheet? Thanks, Steve