Name: Raymond J. Graham
Hometown: Kings Park, New York
Date: January 09, 2011 - 08:27 PM (pacific)
I was in Charlie Airborne 5/327th Ft. Richardson, AK from '84 to '86. Being an Artic Paratrooper was an awesome experience and a honor!! "AIRBORNE ALL THE WAY"
Name: Eddie Fry
Hometown: Leavenworth, Kansas
Date: January 09, 2011 - 12:53 AM (pacific)
I was with Aco.1/327, from 1973/1975,trying to locate Dennis Watson or someone that remember's me..One of the best time's of my life,to many good time's down n clarkville at the river..
Name: Kevin A. Castleman
Hometown: Anaheim, CA
Date: January 08, 2011 - 04:43 PM (pacific)
Searching for info about my uncle, Sgt. Bennie E. Castleman, KIA 24 DEC 1944. Member of 327th GIR Div, Co. A. Possible any survivors from WWII ETO that would have any recollection?
Name: Claude Shanks
Hometown: Shepherdsville, KY
Date: January 08, 2011 - 03:23 PM (pacific)
Cold Steel! All the way! Served with Bco 2/327 from 72 till 75. Godbless the 101st Airborne and all service men and women!Its the home of the free only because of the brave!
Name: Howard L Helfman
Hometown: Whitehouse Station, NJ
Date: January 08, 2011 - 01:18 PM (pacific)
I was 2nd Plt Ldr, B Co. 2/327 July '67 - Oct '67, call sign: "Thin Man", WIA 20 Oct 67, returned as 2/327 Btn Adj 1/68-7/68. New to this website and sending warm greetings to all 'No Slack' vets. Special regards to my CO Ray Millard.
Name: L.W. Peter
Date: January 08, 2011 - 10:39 AM (pacific)
To anyone from E.Co 2/327th late 69 to 70 in the 81mm mortar section: I have recieved word today that Bobby Bynum(Preacher)had his last fire mission on 18DEC10. RIP
Name: Agustin Acosta
Date: January 06, 2011 - 04:32 PM (pacific)
I was in 1st Platoon, A/2/327th from 72-74. Served with John Bateman, Wayne Worthington, and others. I'm very proud of this time period of my life and would enjoy touching base with those that also served during this time. No Slack!
Name: Ron Childers
Hometown: Steward, Illinois
Date: January 06, 2011 - 11:59 AM (pacific)
Guys, I'm humbled by the things I have read here. I was with B 2/327 from dec'89 till mar'97, What a great time we all had and I couldn't imagine having been with any other unit for any of it. Panama, Desert Storm, Haiti, and all the other shit holes we were sent too, First In Last Out! To those who know, PZ posture feb&mar '91
Name: James F. Humphries
Date: January 06, 2011 - 07:38 AM (pacific)
I am trying to locate Sergeant Freddy Westerman. We served together during the 1950s and early 1960s in Recon Plt., 1st Battle Gp, 327th. If someone knows Westerman please this on to him. Regards to all.
Name: Marcus Booth
Hometown: Fort Bragg, NC
Date: January 03, 2011 - 09:34 PM (pacific)
Currently active duty. Served in OIF I, IV, VI-VII while with A Co 1-327. Recently moved to Ft. Bragg for the SFQC. Very proud to have been (will always be) a Bulldog and ABU soldier. I just want to say thanks to all my WWII and Vietnam era brethren for their service. I pull strength from your sacrifices and fortitude. Thank you.
Name: Barry L Carlson
Hometown: Harrison, OH
Date: January 02, 2011 - 11:41 AM (pacific)
C 1/327th Oct 1972 - 1975. Above The Rest, Cold Steel Cobras.
Looking for old comrades from the same period and unit.
Name: Gregory H Schwarze
Hometown: Las Vegas, N.V
Date: December 29, 2010 - 12:57 AM (pacific)
Served 1967-1969 327th 2nd plt. Wishing everone a" Happy New Year"
Name: James William Evans
Hometown: Eagle Nest, NM
Date: December 28, 2010 - 09:52 PM (pacific)
I served with A co, 2nd platoon from 67-68 and have over 300 pics and 13 pages of I Remember Nam memories that I would like to post. Any help? ABU 1/327
Name: don ackerman
Date: December 28, 2010 - 04:50 PM (pacific)
been a while this is where to contact me doc magoo
Name: Jerry Conners
Hometown: Virginia City, Nevada
Date: December 27, 2010 - 12:37 PM (pacific)
Legendary Chinese Bandit Recon LRRP Team 1st Bn (ABN) 8th Cav fought along side the 2d Bn (ABN) 327th Inf at the Battle of Trung Luong June 1966.
"Spirit of Robert Rogers in the Footsteps of Lauri Torni and Tutelage of Frenchy Theriault...FIRST Wave"
The legendary Chinese Bandit Recon LRRP Team 1st Bn (ABN) 8th Cav 1965-66 was awarded TWO Presidential Unit Citations, the nation's highest unit decoration for extraordinary heroism for their participation in the Battles of the Ia Drang (Pleiku November 1965) and Nathan Hale (Trung Luong June 1966)...the ONLY Recon, LRRP, Ranger, Special Forces or Special Operations unit to be awarded TWO Presidential Unit Citations during a single combat tour of dutyâ�¦in ANY US Conflict or War; conducted the historic FIRST night combat rappel during the Battle of the Ia Drang along the Cambodian border while attached to the 1st Airborne Brigade and lead by RANGER Lawson; and performed DOD/MACV/OP-35 directed long range reconnaissance (LRRP) operations lead by 101st RECONDO Grimes along the northern Cambodia and southern Laos borders in the spring of 1966 ..."Laying Down FIRST Tracks in the Central Highlandsâ�¦Chinese Bandits Penetrate Deeper...and Where Others FEARED to Tread!"
RANGER Jerry Conners, Captain (email@example.com) 775-847-0214 (Ranger Class 502), Master Parachutist (Honor Graduate of 101st ABN Jumpmaster Class), Special Forces Weapons Expert (1964-65 SF MOI, Weapons & Branch), 101st RECONDO (Brand Number 1919), Army Aviator, AMOC, NRAS-PAL, Military Intelligence Officer Advance Course, Task Force Gramas [Special Operations] ... "Loose Nukes" Recovery Team Greece/Turkey 1974, Sensitive Weapons Theft (RAF Anti-Terrorist Operation) Interdiction Team Misseau, Fort Campbell Sport Parachute Club 1963-64, Distinguished Military Graduate University of Nevada.
Chinese Bandit 13
Chinese Bandit Recon LRRP Team 1st Bn (ABN) 8th Cav 1965-66
Name: David Allen Peach
Hometown: Debary, Florida
Date: December 26, 2010 - 10:01 PM (pacific)
I was proud to serve as a member of the Cold Steel company from March of '78 to December of '79. I was 17 years old when i enlisted and thought it my duty to join the Army. I never had to go to combat during my service except for some scary times in Korea that no here in the states know about.
Name: Phuoc Huu Tran
Hometown: Karlsruhe, Germany
Date: December 26, 2010 - 06:16 PM (pacific)
I am a vietnamese, living and working in Germany.
After 30 April 1975 (End of the Vietnam War) I had left Vietnam with my family as boat people in 1980. I am looking for information about an american red hat adviser of the 11th airborne bataillion of ARVN. His name is Duffy. Most south vietnamese people in my ages have known this name : He is our hero of the war.
" Duffy, the best friend of 11th paratroopers in the famous battle over the Hill Charlie in the Eastern Offensive 1972 !"
I would very appreiate you sirs, when you could research about this US-red hat and let me know whether he still lives ?
Thank you sirs
Name: MEL COHEN
Hometown: MANORVILLE, NEW YORK
Date: December 26, 2010 - 04:54 PM (pacific)
Even though I was an USAF Veteran 1966-1970 I enjoyed reading this Guest Book. I was looking for anyone who knew my brother SSGT GERALD COHEN, CO. B 1/327TH served in country Vietnam April 1967 until he was KIA 21APR1968
Name: William Northquest
Hometown: Flowery Branch, GA
Date: December 26, 2010 - 11:16 AM (pacific)
To all whom I had the honor to serve with in Cobra Company 1/327 December 1966 to June 1967, may you have a great 2011 and be blessed (words from an old Irish prayer) ..."with the sun in your face, the wind at your back and the Lord holding you in the palm of his hand."
Name: Arnold NMN Flores
Hometown: Frederick, MD
Date: December 25, 2010 - 07:32 PM (pacific)
I was in Viet Nam, Dec 65 to Nov 66. I was a medic assigned to HHC 1/327th... attached to Charlie Co, and also to med co., 326th spt bn. Would like to hear from anyone that served during that time and might remember guys like David Green, Mike thompson, Surmanis from Chicago, Clark... anyone.
Name: Mike Hamed
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Date: December 25, 2010 - 01:39 AM (pacific)
Hi and Merry Christmas to all. Served in HHC 2/327 Sep 69 - Sep 70. Motor Pool. From Nov 69 till May 70 I drove for the Batt. XO. REMF all the way. First time at this site, and for the short time I've been here it looks like a great site. What I remember best was when I moved into the motor pool hooch was, I was the only guy from north of the Mason/Dixon line. Learned real quick what country western music was. Don't have much time now to look at all the replies, but plan on reading all that I can. If you remember me, please email me and shake up this bad memory that I have.
Name: Frank Gilbert
Hometown: Durant, Ok
Date: December 24, 2010 - 11:41 PM (pacific)
nice site. I served with B Co. 3/506th inf. Ist Brigade,101st Abn. Carried an M-60 from Oct 67 to Oct 68. The 327th was a great outfit. Drive on
Name: Roger L Huffman
Date: December 24, 2010 - 03:28 PM (pacific)
I for got to tell you is was with the 1/327th
Name: Roger L Huffman
Hometown: Shady Spring, WV
Date: December 24, 2010 - 03:18 PM (pacific)
Hello, I was with the 3rd Herd 327th INF rto Jan 1970 to Feb 71. I'm looking for anyone that might have sever with me. I was on line for 91/2 months and got a rear job as the mail man. Please Contact me at 304-763-2864 I know I served with Tim Pelliotti and Joe Perito Killed Sept 70. Merry Christmas to all Welcome Home
Name: Chuck Cusumano
Date: December 24, 2010 - 02:23 PM (pacific)
I remember Christmas of 1966. We were near Kontum. I think there was a cease fire but we (1st platoon C company 1/327) had to go on patrol. I guess it was to make sure the other guys lived up to it. It was an uneventful patrol but we came upon a wide river with some native canoes/kayaks. A couple of us try to take them out in the river but they immediately sank under our weight. It's not that we were so heavy it's just that these boats were made for small people.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.