Name: Dawes Dwain Qualls
Hometown: Goodyear, AZ
Date: June 27, 2016 - 05:42 PM (pacific)
"DQ" is looking for any of you guys I served with.
Name: ronald gallant
Hometown: cocoa, Florida
Date: June 27, 2016 - 12:56 PM (pacific)
Just want to thank Wendy and Pete Chambers and the
entire Cobra crew for making the first standown in Duffield a new welcome home. Always Above The Rest
Name: joseph e genereux
Hometown: ormond beach, Florida
Date: June 24, 2016 - 08:26 AM (pacific)
who was co. cdr. a/co 2/327 in march 1966..
Name: Ron Garver
Date: June 23, 2016 - 12:08 PM (pacific)
Served in 9th Div. (Binh Phuoc) & 1st Div. (Lai Kha) '67-'68. I'll not knowingly accept a "Thank You For Your Service" from those that chose not to follow their country's orders. But for all those who did....."Thank You & Welcome Home Brother".
Name: Jerry G Childress
Hometown: Carterville, ill
Date: June 18, 2016 - 08:04 PM (pacific)
1/327 Delta company 70/71
Name: john bunting
Date: June 16, 2016 - 08:15 AM (pacific)
My grandfather, Henry C. Phillips, served with the 327 infantry company C during world war 1 . I am looking to find out more about his service during this time. I unfortunately did not ever get to know him as he passed before I was born. If anyone on here could assist me with this task I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance for your help
Name: Gerard Paul Husson
Hometown: Martinsburg, West Virginia
Date: June 06, 2016 - 08:05 AM (pacific)
50 years ago today Michael Joseph Galbraith lost his life in Kontum Province at the age of 19. Michael was one of my brothers best friends and like a big brother to me. I think of him often and as long as I live he will never be forgotten, Rest In Peace Michael you left us a boy we all knew and returned a Man we must never forget. God Bless you and God Bless America.
Name: stephen geiselhofer
Hometown: 3rd plt. medic,
Date: May 30, 2016 - 06:16 AM (pacific)
48 years ago this month 1968.The newly formed D co.2/327 walked out of Camp Eagle toward Fsb Birmingham. R.I.P [CP]Doc Stewart 8/10/68; R.I.P 1st plt.Doc Harbaugh 7/27/15; R.I.P 2nd plt.Doc Trimbur 2/21/12. Reflecting back this Memorial Day and a silent pray for our fallen
Name: Jim Wilson
Date: May 29, 2016 - 02:28 PM (pacific)
Here's wishing all you grunts of past and present wars, s happy and safe Memorial Day for 2016. Travel safe and NO SLACK.
Name: Janel Carbone
Hometown: , NC
Date: May 28, 2016 - 07:44 PM (pacific)
In honor and memory of my Uncle Paul Freeman Daniels, jr - 101st Airborne Division, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry, A Company. He was a field wireman that was killed in action near Fsb Veghel, South Vietnam Thua Thien province.
Name: stephen f geiselhofer
Hometown: san antonio, tx
Date: May 28, 2016 - 01:59 PM (pacific)
may68-69 D 2/327
Name: Ronald Wayne Tressel
Date: May 26, 2016 - 11:51 AM (pacific)
Bruce was one of my best friends 1961 through 1967. I was in VN from July 65 through December 65.
Name: Cheryl Kircher Barbera
Hometown: Wakefield, RHODE ISLAND
Date: May 25, 2016 - 08:11 AM (pacific)
In memory of my father Ssg. Alfred G. Kircher, who was KIA on this day May 25, 1967 in Vietnam. Rest In Peace Dad.
Name: Jacqueline Rael
Date: May 24, 2016 - 11:40 PM (pacific)
My father Henry Rael left me six years ago and I miss him. I wanted to say how proud I was when some men in the military or so were bragging ( lol) so I mentioned my daddy had full
Honors at his service. They thought I was insane until I told them about daddy's medals and had his discharge paper to prove it. It was funny to see them not say another word when I mentioned the valor symbol daddy had on his star etc. Funny daddy was humble but I was proud. I miss him . I just wanted to share .
Name: Michael George
Hometown: Lakeland, FL
Date: May 16, 2016 - 07:37 PM (pacific)
My uncle, PFC Larry F. Herrin was killed in the battle at Trung Luong on June 20th, 1966.
Is there anyone who was assigned to B Co that knew my uncle?
It is coming up on 50 years since Uncle Larry was killed. I have not forgotten him and I am sure all who were involved in the battle have not forgotten their fallen comrades.
Name: Ed Worman
Hometown: Whitesville, NY
Date: May 16, 2016 - 10:09 AM (pacific)
Was Army photographer out with 101st in 1967. Have photo(s) I would like to donate to Doc Norman Bagley and Nick Gerismof (sic?) and others. Could email them. Outside Tuy Hoa mid 1967----Ed Worman
Name: Marion "Mouse" Hammond
Hometown: , Indiana
Date: May 14, 2016 - 12:03 PM (pacific)
Bruce T.M. Edelberg
I saw your entry in the guest book and tried to respond, but your e-mail address didn't work. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Maybe we can connect you with some of your buddies. We just had a reunion of Alpha No Slack vets at the end of April. You need to get on the list to get the info on next year's get together.
No Slack & Welcome Home.
Name: Edward Lohmann
Hometown: Altoona, IA
Date: May 08, 2016 - 02:39 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone in C-btry 1/321st Arty from Jan 70-Dec 70.
Name: David S Johnson
Date: May 04, 2016 - 09:38 PM (pacific)
Thanks to all who keep this website up and running. Dave Johnson, Supply, Co. B, 1/327th, 1969 and, again, 1970.
Name: william michael timlin
Date: April 28, 2016 - 05:43 PM (pacific)
i was in 2nd of 327th co D jan-april 1971 wounded around border of laos.
Name: P J Windfelder
Hometown: , PA
Date: April 26, 2016 - 08:49 PM (pacific)
I thought you all would find this interesting.
This is from a contact I made in VN while working on the 866 project.He was in the 196th
I pleasured to read your email this early morning at my small room.
Thanks to your email also. My favorite is opening the internet page after waking up in the morning.
At first I am responding your question about my trip to US in 1975. As you have known that I was in Da nang with my family when NVAs occupied the city in late March 1975. One NVA platoon came to my house with many questions that what I am doing with South Vietnam Government , I told them that I was not working with ARVN , I was just a civilian to work in free jobs for taking care my family but NVA platoon leader did not believe me too much and then he questioned me many other questions to find out about my activities with South Government ... I moved my family back to my old country in DMZ at night time with a rental truck, I left most my stuffs in my plenty house in Da nang...
I lived in a small house in DMZ with my wife and 3 sons , local VC cadres came to take me to the village chief 's house and I had to write down what they wanted me to respond their questions, I think they knew what I worked with ARVN but they didn't say nothing about US forces where I have worked with in the war.
a young VC cadre brought some documents in English and asked me what documents talking about . I was very afraid to tell them that I did not understand too much about those documents because my English was broken . The guy smiled and walking out the houch quickly , I cannot know what will be happened to me next . very worry. They let me for home at 12 O'clock and said that I had to stay home . not leaving there to anywhere without their permissions . I said Ok.
They came to take me back the village chief's house 2 days later and told me that I had to take a reeducations course in couple months near Highway#1. I had to bring food for myself they had nothing for myself and many another guys.
I studied the Communism and worked very hard under sunshine in 3 months.
i was hungry and thirsty and had no cloths , I used the old sand bags as my cloths every day.They let me going home after 3 months in changing the mind but I had to become a farmer to work on the dry field with nothing , my wife and our children got nothing for eat.I understand that our lives will go down to the hell.
we stayed there from April 1975 to September 1979. We escaped DMZ at night time and walking to Dong ha city to catch a bus to Chu lai where I am living now.
They VC local cadres in Chu lai got me much troubles also . they said my past life story is very and very bad because I had worked with US Army to kill Vietnamese and their comrades therefore I couldn't find jobs until today, that is a reason why I didn't leave home for US in 1975. I am getting old.and my wife too , all my children didn;t have much times for their schools so they are not working well , no one can help us caused they are all poor. My US combat friends helped me some times , they sent me money to the bank and I picked them out to buy everything I needed.
You can come here to visit Vietnam , nothing gets you troubles because the Government needs USD from foreign visitors, you will be welcome here however they don't like you just needs your money but they don't make you getting angry
I will answer what your questions , we are friends , nothing can stop our friendships Patrick event Communist security agency.
Will talk with you more .
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I found this email Heartbreaking.This should give Clear Reason for the VN war.
THIS IS WHY IT HAPPENED.read it again if you still dont understand.ZOOM IN and get a good look.
His words are Priceless to me.
You can not buy this stuff.Real Deal Here
866 has taken me to some dark places but I have always come out with the goods You cannot understand 866 without understanding why.Its just not that easy....
Im Proud to be Johnny's nephew.Just as proud of all of you.My work is a gift to you all.
Thanks for having my back..
Name: kevin fleming
Hometown: Concord, NC
Date: April 21, 2016 - 09:57 AM (pacific)
i spent most of my 9 mos. 71-72 in the 506 and 327 yet can find no mention of ever being in either 491 58 24763
Name: Jeff Gordon
Date: April 14, 2016 - 03:07 PM (pacific)
Went over on the boat in 65 ,came home in June of 66 ,1/327 Abu was my home in nam ,I was with the 1/502 in Campbell .i remember lt Godwin was my platoon leader ,great Lt good leader!
Name: Steve Brogdon
Hometown: Wilmington, Nc
Date: April 11, 2016 - 10:19 AM (pacific)
With B/2/2/2/327th from May 10,68 until May 9,69
Would like to see all of you in Branson mo, in sept for our annual re-Union
Name: Ranger Tom Keith Carpenter
Hometown: Carrollton, Missouri
Date: April 11, 2016 - 10:11 AM (pacific)
Rest in Peace Wayne Gaskins
Wayne passed on 10 April 2016. He served in Delta, No Slack, RVN, 1968-69 as an infantryman. Our tours over lapped but we were is separate platoons and we didn't link up until one of the 327th reunions at Crossville, TN, probably 2003 and beyond. He had lost his health but was lovingly cared for by his wife Sierra. They lived on Roan Mountain, TN. I was able to visit them there a few times. a On this 327infantry.org website, Wayne has a poem, "She Didn't Want to Play" and a story "The Train Station". Also on this 327infantry.org site's gallery are two photos of Wayne Gaskins, one with his wife Sierra titled "Thanksgiving" and "NoSlackers" of Yankee Jim Simchera, Wayne Gaskins, and myself, taken in 2011. I knew him to be a good man and fellow airborne infantry friend. RangerTom Carpenter, Delta No Slack, 101st Abn, RVN 1968-69