Name: timothy C Rudd
Hometown: Daytona Beach, FL
Date: June 10, 2015 - 09:53 AM (pacific)
Here it is , 45 years( 10JUN70) after an attack on Firebase Tomahawk. I remember all my "NO SLACK"Brothers often, but especially on this anniversary. Company "D"" 2/327th did a great job defending the firebase with Capt. BOB COX at the leader as the great leader he was. His demeaner the night before is what probably save many lives. He always had his hands full with all us young solders. A thank You from me.
Name: Michael Hague
Hometown: Perryton, TX
Date: June 10, 2015 - 03:30 AM (pacific)
I am seeking any information on my uncle David Ellis Threadgill. He was with B 1/327 and KIA 11/7/1966. Any Info would be appreciated.
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Name: Joe 'Ragman' Tarnovsky
Hometown: Elizabethtown, KY
Date: June 09, 2015 - 07:30 AM (pacific)
First off, WELCOME HOME, BROTHERS and THANK YOU for your service to our country during difficult times. Never had the honor to serve in your great outfit but I am proud of being a "cherry" jumper, having earned my jump wings in the summer of 1968, 47th Student Company, 4th Student Battalion, Fort Benning, GA. I am asking for help in finding relatives of Matherew Dennis Renfroe, GROUND CASUALTY, ACCIDENTAL HOMICIDE, 8 November 1966. Matherew is listed on the Veteran's Memorial in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, my hometown where I grew up, but when going to the VIRTUAL WALL, it shows his home of record as Detroit, Michigan. A group of Vietnam Veterans from NSB are planning a WELCOME HOME for NSB and surrounding area Vietnam Veterans and we would like to inform Matherew's family that we are honoring their loved one. All searches on the Internet, whether for New Smyrna Beach, FL or Detroit, MI, show Matherew's name but with no known family or associates. If any SCREAMING EAGLE from the famous, NO SLACK Battalion could help us, we sure would appreciate it so very much. We supported the GRUNTS (Always capitalized in my writings out of respect for the Infantry, the men on the ground) in Vietnam and I extend a SALUTE OF HONOR, RESPECT and ADMIRATION to you men! WELCOME HOME, Joe 'Ragman' Tarnovsky, 240th Assault Helicopter Company, Crew Chief/Doorgunner, UH-1C Huey Helicopter Gunships, Mad Dog Gun Platoon. July 1969 to 22 October 70.
Name: JOHN K MORRISON
Hometown: BARDSTOWN, KY
Date: June 07, 2015 - 05:04 PM (pacific)
MY FATHER IN LAW IS RONNIE(DOG)NEWTON. HE WAS IN NATIONAL GUARD UNIT ON HILL 88 AND TOMAHAWK. I AM LOOKING FOR HELP WITH AGENT ORANGE. I THINK HE IS ATE UP WITH. VA WONT GIVE US STRAIGHT ANSWERS. CAN ANYONE HELP US PLEASE
Name: Kelly Peterson
Date: June 07, 2015 - 12:38 AM (pacific)
Hello Gentlemen and Women,
My sweetheart passed in 2002. He left me some memorabilia I want to go to the right people.
I have his dog tag and, more importantly, his 2/327 Hawk Recon rocker. I want to make sure these items land in the right hands.
Thank you, for your service, and welcome home.
Please contact me so I can do the right thing by him. Love to all.
Name: Kerney Perlik
Date: June 03, 2015 - 12:48 PM (pacific)
Good afternoon, my name is CPT Kerney Perlik, I am married to CPT Samuel Chason Perlik, both active duty Army officers. Sam is the only living person carrying on the Chason name, after CPL Ted Chason, KIA 8 October 1967. Ted was a member of 2nd Platoon, A-2/327th IN. I would love any information anyone has about Ted or about the battle in which he died. We will be traveling to Vietnam this summer on an academic research trip and would like to visit the location to pay our respects to CPL Chason. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Name: John Toth
Date: June 02, 2015 - 12:38 PM (pacific)
I would appreciate help in finding out information on Timothy P. Guglielmoni. He was the son of my first cousin. Tim was KIA in 1967 as a member of B Company, 1st Battalion.
Thanks for your help.
Name: Roy Glenn denney
Hometown: rowlett, texas
Date: May 31, 2015 - 02:46 PM (pacific)
I was in Charlie Company 1/ 327 1969/1970
Name: Phil Goode
Hometown: Prescott, Arizona
Date: May 30, 2015 - 10:29 AM (pacific)
3rd Platoon, C Co, 2/327 Vietnam 70-71. M60 gunner and team leader. Operation Jefferson Glen, Lam Son 719 (Route 9 - Rockpile), Lam Son 720 (A Shau Valley).
Name: James M Shay
Date: May 28, 2015 - 12:39 PM (pacific)
My name is James Shay and I too served with the 327th. I was with the 426th Forward support battalion Alpha Co. in OIF 2003-2004. After that I was moved to the 187th where I served 2 more tours in Iraq.
That how ever is not the purpose of my correspondence today. My Uncle Kevin Shay served in 2nd Bat in Nam. He has passed away some years ago and myself and our family don't know too much about his tour, what he went through and what battles he was in. He never talked about it much for good reason. As a combat vet I understand the struggle. The reason I am writing to your org is because I found his photo while googling his name. If you brothers have any info or stories that you would be able to share about my Uncle that would be outstanding. This is my e-mail and I am also on social media Face Book as James M Shay.
My Uncle was the reason I reenlisted to go to Fort Campbell and serve with the best outfit in the Army. He will always be my greatest Hero and anything you could do to help me and our family know him better would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
Name: Richard N Sciulli
Hometown: Midland, GA
Date: May 26, 2015 - 09:24 AM (pacific)
In last week of May 1970, I was assigned as a PFC medic (21 yrs old) to A Co 2/327th Inf "No Slack". I served alongside with 30 other most honorable grunts under the awesome leadership of 1Lt Art Pappas. I would like to make contact with all who served in our platoon. I left Nam in April 1971, and my lifelong pursuit is to return and revisit those hallowed grounds for purpose of remembrance, reflection, reconciliation and closure.
Name: Gary P Berry
Hometown: , Okla
Date: May 25, 2015 - 08:16 PM (pacific)
B 1/327 W I A Memorial Day 1970. Hill 882. Oak
Name: PJ Windfelder
Hometown: Quakertown , PA
Date: May 25, 2015 - 01:42 PM (pacific)
866 will never be forgotten I'm very proud of all 34 And the men of 502 who went in search for 866.There was NOTHING EZ about this OP.I will never forget
Sp5 John E Windfelder HHC 1/327TH Tiger Force USARVN 67-71
Need I say more.The enemy has No Idea how lucky they are.
Name: Kathryn (Brickner) Bostian
Date: May 25, 2015 - 11:06 AM (pacific)
Today is Memorial Day 2015. I just watched The Hornet's Nest about Operation Strong Eagle III. What a moving documentary! I served in the US Navy 40+ years ago, VT3 Whiting Field. I realize my duty was in no way like serving a war zone and give thanks to all who did. Because today is Memorial Day this is the special day to remember all those who gave everything for me and our country. I thank those men and women and their family and friends.
Name: Bernie Molina
Date: May 25, 2015 - 10:04 AM (pacific)
B-Co. 2/327th, 1st Bde., 101st Abd Div.
Served March, 69 - March, 70.
Pointman for Bravo Company.
Wondering if anybody is still alive from my old outfit???
Name: David Phelps
Date: May 24, 2015 - 08:15 PM (pacific)
Today is memorial day weekend and my mind has been taking me to the past. I went to AIT and jump school with Phil Nestico but was not deployed with him as I was held for NCO school. I ran into one of our buddies upon arrival in Vietnam where I learned of his death. Are any of the group members vets who trained with us. David K Phelps co.D Ranger 75th inf.Airborne
Name: Keith Marshall
Hometown: , Illinois
Date: May 23, 2015 - 10:53 AM (pacific)
I was with Abu company 1/327 th 86-89. Thank you to all who have served. If you were in 1st bat during that time feel free to give me a holler.
Name: Gary Gentile
Hometown: , California
Date: May 21, 2015 - 03:54 PM (pacific)
US Army Security Agency, 1967-1971.
I recently came into possession of a bronze "Zippo" lighter with the inscription "Viet Nam Tuy Hoa 66-67". There is also a stylized version of "WAR" on the same side. The other side is a quote. Being a brother in arms I thought to reach out and see if anyone there might know who the owner may have been. He or his family might like it back???
Please contact me by email if someone recognizes this!!!
Name: Ronnie Dale Kenney
Hometown: Broomfield, Colorado
Date: May 16, 2015 - 01:52 PM (pacific)
"A" co. 2/327th Vietnam 68-69 Pointman
Name: rocco l. holliday
Date: May 10, 2015 - 07:04 PM (pacific)
served with a co. 1/327 101st Vietnam.
demolition man. combat engineer.
Name: Charles Fox
Hometown: Charleston, SC
Date: May 08, 2015 - 09:34 AM (pacific)
I was with B Co, 2-327 IN from 1971-1972.
Name: Lucius James Parr
Hometown: Phoenix,, ARIZONA
Date: April 29, 2015 - 01:37 AM (pacific)
I walked point in 1970 with the 101st 327th infantry unit. I was at that time 11B10. I also got out of infantry and into the 101st combo band 02E20.I entertained troops at the firebases in Vietnam. We performed from July -December 1970.We also played on the ship for wounded veterans.If you remember being entertained over there in 1970 by an army band it was me. May God Bless.
Name: jon karl van nortwick
Hometown: sherman, texas
Date: April 28, 2015 - 04:58 PM (pacific)
just wondering if anyone from the 2nd327inf. b company remembers me. I was in contact with david mad dog dolby for over 33 years. and, ive been really lost since he passed away in august of 2010. he was awarded theCMH for his tour with the first Cav. and im sure hes deeply missed. so, if anyone remembers me, give me a call.
Name: BreAnna Fowler
Hometown: Troy, MO
Date: April 28, 2015 - 12:57 PM (pacific)
Looking for any information on my uncle. LeRoy O'Neal. He died on July 31, 1967. http://www.327infantry.org/node/3745 Any stories, memories, info would be appreciated (email@example.com). Thank you and thank you for your service.
Name: Jim Paul Wainscoat aka Scoat
Hometown: Viborg, South Dakota
Date: April 23, 2015 - 11:47 AM (pacific)
Name: Edward (Ed) A Wudarsky Jr
Hometown: Sun City Center, Florida
Date: March 26, 2015 - 08:38 AM (pacific)
Served with Company B, 1st Battalian (Airborne), 327th Infantry Vietnam from May 1966 to March 1967 when I was medically
evacuated from country. Would like to link up the the members of the recon team for Company B 1/327 Inf.
Wudarsky you old son of gun. Where have you been all these years? I only think of you and the others in the Scouts every hour or so. Really you stood out for your quite, but tenacious courage of going to the sounds of the guns. Bulldog Wudarsky, how could I ever forget you. Are you going to the 50th reunion in Nashville? If you don't, I will be greatly disappointed. Let me know and stay in touch. Scoat. Check out the picture of you and the Scouts under B company photos on this site. Click on Wainscoat. Take care brother.