Guestbook entries, page 74

Friday, August 31, 2001 10:37:29 AM
God bless you and Thank you for serving! My site is a Tribute to my father who was KIA 3 weeks before I was born.

Lori Colbourne

Wednesday, September 5, 2001 3:00:37 PM
Hello, I’m Lori, I’m 14 and from Wales, Uk… I was just searching for my history homework/coursework and your site came up, so thank you for the help and pictures.

Johnny Sinnett

Monday, September 17, 2001 5:49:51 PM
I served at Cu Chi in the 3rd of 13th artillery from Oct. 1967 to Oct. 1968 I have alot of pictures that are simlar to your. Johnny Sinnett


Monday, October 15, 2001 1:05:09 PM
What an incredibly interesting site, Dave. Your narratives brought back many memories. Thanks for sharing! Ted.

Fred Burleson

Saturday, October 20, 2001 10:43:47 PM
I enjoyed your page. It brought back memories. I served with “C” Btry 1/8 Artillery, 25th Infantry 11/68 to 11/69. I served at Fire Base Keene III, Dau Tang, Fire Base Jackson, Patrol Base Dimond II nad III and Fire Base Devens.

Pete Sawyer

Tuesday, November 6, 2001 5:22:33 AM
I was drafted Nov 1968 Basic at Ft Bliss, AIT Ft Benning and 4 weeks at Ft Sill and then on to Budingen Germany to serve with 3/12 Air Cav Budigen. I never went to Nam. But I am sure that we certainly crossed paths. Your Web Page is outstanding.

joe nawrozki

Tuesday, November 20, 2001 2:41:46 PM
Nice site, comprehensive, another voice well spoken. The stereotypes of Nam vets was so horrendous — but not all the fault of the media. Some guys elected to be professional vets; worse, wannabes really clouded the issue. The most sound testimony to our making it back in The World are folks like you, uncompromising, understated. We all lead by our walk, not our talk. And please remember, some of us went into the media and brought much understanding and truth to the issue. Anyway, welcome home and celebrate life. JN, ROK Tiger Div., 66-67, army combat correspondent.

gary larabee

Tuesday, November 20, 2001 2:55:35 PM
i was in nam oct68-oct69 at (correct spelling) dau tieng. itis pronounced zau tieng. i too saw the black virgin mountain every day, that’s how i knew i was still alive. you did a #1 job on your site. welcome home

Joe Green

Friday, November 30, 2001 3:29:40 AM
Great site. Your site and ones like it are what the internet should be about. Keep on keepin on

Nicole Klonicki and Brent Jury Jr.

Tuesday, December 4, 2001 6:51:27 AM
I think that what you have shared about Vietnam is really neat……I was glancing through for an assignment we are doing in my english class……we are reading the book Fallen Angles about Vietnam and now we are going to be putting the report toghether……its amazing that war is so real…….I just wanted you to know that this stuff is awesome and to say thank you in your help with providing me with this information.