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Name: Jeff Vroman
Hometown: ,
Date: June 21, 2011 - 04:08 PM (pacific)
My neighbor is Larry Trowbridge, he served in Vietnam, Co A 1st BN (Abn) 327th Inf, in mid to late 60s. Does anyone remember him? He might get a kick out of hearing from you.


Name: Robert C. Meager
Hometown: South Padre Island, TX
Date: June 21, 2011 - 05:26 AM (pacific)
I just spent the last month (June) in Vietnam. I visited several areas including Tuy Hoa. I was with B Company 2/327 from June-December, 1966. I was able to interview several South Vietnamese Soldiers and civilians who were in the area during the Battle at Trung Luong, June 19th-23rd. I was put in contact with a formed NVA who fought at the Trung Luong Battle as well as the attack on Hill 86 in September 17th 1966. He was a private with the 18th B (PAVN) Regiment. I am the mist of writing my next book about the Trung Luong battle. To my 2/327th colleagues: I have pictures of Trung Luong 1-2-3, Hill 258 and of Hill 86(which is completely overgrown) I will place excerpts of my writing on line for those that are interested. It was quite an experience to speak to an NVA, now retired Captain due to wounds, who was involved in both attacks and has a very good memory of both. One of his comments was about the heavy rain that allowed the sapper unit to come up Hill 86 undetected. 2 companies of the 18th B regiment and 1 Main force Unit (30th from the 302 Pavn Division were involved in the attack, according to his recollection. More later.


Name: Paul Marvin Cousins
Hometown: Stockbridge, GA
Date: June 17, 2011 - 08:25 PM (pacific)
I served with C, Co., 1st/327th Inf, 101st Airborne Div., Jan 1968.


Name: Ernie Perez Valenzuela
Hometown: Lynwood , Ca.
Date: June 17, 2011 - 07:45 PM (pacific)
I was with A CO 1/327 Inf (ABU) 1970 to 1971 and I read the story about the eve 24th Dec. and I was there also when the HE rounds landed, I was an RTO for the 1st platoon, I heard check fire, check fire we been hit, cpt Lampkin said what is your stat, the green LT said we have KIA and wounded, the CP was with the 3rd platoon so the cpt said that they were going to there NDP to help with the wounded, which made sence cause the the CP and 3rd platoon had there own medic which would be 3 total to help the 2nd platoon with the wounded and cut LZ to make space so the coppers could come in and carry them out, the KIA were left there over nite in body bag and ponchos until daylight cause it was already dark, there no light when your in the jungle, that night there were 9 KIA and 12 wounded but 3 died later, I remember the service the we had for them on firebase Bastogne, I still know the names and faces, one of them I got to know well, his name was Larry Heen, I was suppose to go with him to the 2nd Platoon but got picked to go to the 1st platoon, I remember at the service when they said his name they said that his wife had just given birth to a newborn son, I had only been in country a couple of months, Larry had been there 6+ months which they call over the hump time, I was glad to have know him even if it was for a short time it seem longer, i'll never forget those guy, I just hooked up with Mil Thorton on this web site, I read the stories and said I know this guy and he rememberd me, and has help me a great deal on some issue that I needed advice on, and will keep in touch with him, they called me (VAL) RTO for the 1st platoon and the CP under sarg. Mullens, cpt Lampkin and Niskien from NOV 1970 to DEC. 1971......101st airborne/airmoble 1/327 INF ABU CO Above The Rest...Sign Ernie (val) Valenzuela


Name: Charlie Fraley
Hometown: Radcliff, Kentucky
Date: June 17, 2011 - 02:13 PM (pacific)
Looking for David McDonald A/2/327 65-66


Name: Christopher Frost
Hometown: Alexandria, VA
Date: June 16, 2011 - 03:36 PM (pacific)
I was deployed to Brassfield in Dec 2007 and was there until I was blown up on 18 May 2008.

I continue to serve on active duty in the USAF in EOD and will always remember the soldiers that made No Slack what it was.

RIP PV2 Branden Haunert KIA 18 May 2008


Name: Paul Ferrante
Hometown: Clifton, NJ
Date: June 16, 2011 - 08:10 AM (pacific)
I have been in contact with several of my buddies from CO A & E 1/327((9/67 thru 8/68)via this website. I'm still trying to find two of my Jersey comrads who took a 6 yr blast after Song Be. John Binowicz from Belleville, NJ and Charlie Barouswicz from Jersey City. Anyone have any clues about there whereabouts?


Name: James Kwasniewski
Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO
Date: June 15, 2011 - 03:22 PM (pacific)
Just thought i'd poke my head up one more time,went over on the boat B co / also spent time at Campbell 2/503/L co rangers 70-71 /ABN DEPT/509th Vecena / 6th ACR /2 AD at hood , have been fighting the big C since 07 still thier but doment , Still working at FT Carson started 20 th yr worknig as a DAC kids are gone me MOM and the dog. Always have a safe house for anyone passing thru the Springs at 40 year mark working will pop smoke next april / STAY SAFE BROTHERS /


Name: VERNON R. UNDERWOOD
Hometown: Riverside, Ca
Date: June 15, 2011 - 10:35 AM (pacific)
I have the same picture of Rich. We were great friends, met in basic. Went to meet his family after his death. I always remember that great smile.
Vern


Name: David Carlan
Hometown: Munson, Fl
Date: June 13, 2011 - 05:34 AM (pacific)
Served From 90 to 92 B Co 3/327. Had some good friends. Would like to hear from Ya'll. dcarlan101@yahoo.com. Sweetin, If you are out there drop me a line.


Name: sonny tran
Hometown: san jose, Ca.
Date: June 13, 2011 - 01:19 AM (pacific)
looking my wife's dad who worked px at phubai, hue in vietnam about 1970-1972. his name is Erickson.


Name: dallas h rogers
Hometown: Bellaire, mi
Date: June 11, 2011 - 11:55 AM (pacific)
101st airborne div 1st bat 327 inf


Name: Spook McDowell
Hometown: ,
Date: June 09, 2011 - 10:21 PM (pacific)
I WAS WITH THE 3/327TH, D CO. '82-'84. ANYONE ELSE


Name: Lynn Beegle
Hometown: Shreveport, LA
Date: June 08, 2011 - 03:26 PM (pacific)
Heard you had a death in the family.


Name: barry wayne mccleary
Hometown: pensacola beach , fl
Date: June 07, 2011 - 10:24 AM (pacific)
echo co in mortars may 68-69 E-5 widower after 30 yr 3 children returned home went to law school at age 30.under grad while working phone co.during the day. still see friends at crossville tn work for public defender major crimes div.look forward any e-mails NFS


Name: Greg Pennington
Hometown: ,
Date: June 06, 2011 - 08:47 AM (pacific)
101st continues to serve & mourn: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/armys-101st-airborne-division-pays-high-price-for-afghan-surge-year/


Name: Robert Little
Hometown: ,
Date: June 06, 2011 - 12:42 AM (pacific)
I just read how the 2/327 is still a lynch pin in infantry combat. I served in Bravo company '86 and '87, after returning from the DMZ Korea. My heart and soul goes out to my lost brothers and their families. My Dad was KIA in the 4/9 infantry Manchus, I was 1/9 Manchus Korea, keep up the fire!


Name: john d kane
Hometown: revere, ma
Date: June 05, 2011 - 03:53 PM (pacific)
i served in the 2/327 A co 1st platoon in 67"and 68"


Name: James McCandless
Hometown: ,
Date: June 05, 2011 - 11:09 AM (pacific)
Peter Zurla
Ft. Campbell
101st. Airborne Div.
327 Airborne battle Group
Dog Company
1956-1959

Anybody still around.?
************************
Peter, I joined D company 327 in May of '59.
James McCandless


Name: Guy Spencer Hollis
Hometown: Peoria, Arizona
Date: June 04, 2011 - 12:23 PM (pacific)
Honor and country/D co/2/327Inf 1982-1983


Name: Dale Grabb
Hometown: Camas, Washington
Date: June 02, 2011 - 10:49 PM (pacific)
In response to David Scherzer's inquiry reagarding Dan Carr, Jessie Sanchez etc. I finally "surfaced" in 1999 (bought a house, put the ruck down). By the way Dave, I do remember you and thankyou for your service, God knows I'da been dead 10 times over had you not had the balls to hump that gun day in and day out!! So Carr found me in 99 by hi tech computer gibbery (probably my service number popped up on the house deed), he invited me out to his house with his wife and 2 children that summer, been flying out there for 7-10 days every summer since. Got a hold of Capt. Piel and he even came out a couple of times, somebody that Dan came "in-country" with (4/69)will be there this year, his first name is Charley. Any hoo, I too have been looking for guys, sometimes I'll pursue it for a couple of months then lose track. Right now I am looking for Terry "Red Ant" Wilson, Bob Hannah etc Lutz, Big Daddy, MacKnight, Angel. I am retired right now (can't believe I've lived this long, it's the longest I have ever lived). Untill I hear from you Dave.


Name: Dale Grabb
Hometown: ,
Date: June 02, 2011 - 09:31 PM (pacific)
In response to Richard Moffett's entry date 5/23 this year. A unit of the 2/327 (Bravo company)were assigned to riff the hills west of "Camp Eagle" in way early 1969 (can't rememer the date much less the month but I think it was February '69)As we were ascending the highest hill in the area to make our NDP, there were a dozen or more 122 mm rockets launched right over our heads, man that shit was LOUD, everybody intially thought we were dead for a split second before we realized that it was out going stuff. We NDP'ed right there and heard over the horn that one of Eagle's ammo dumps had been hit.At sunup six Huey's came in and airlifted 3rd platoon to the top of the hill, they worked their way down while the rest of the company cut trail up. The NVA fired this things off of bamboo rails and had deedee maued out of the area. Never did hear what ammo dump because that day they airlifted the battalion into the A-Shaw Valley. So Richard, I would have to assume that what we heard as ammo dump being hit was more likely than not the fuel dump that you alluded to in your entry. Welcome home brother!!


Name: Dale Grabb
Hometown: ,
Date: June 02, 2011 - 09:05 PM (pacific)
Looking for Robert "Bob" Hannah aka "Sgt. Dead Head", he's from Detroit Mi.area, carried the M79 most of his tour, drosed in April or May 69, also 'Big Daddy', 'Angel','Lucy' (Sgt Luccero)and 'Red Ant', anybody have any contact with them?


Name: Carl Shefferd
Hometown: Belleville, MI
Date: June 01, 2011 - 09:55 AM (pacific)
I came to this site to try to locate a lost friend, Eddie Dutchie, Cobra Co. 1/327. I'm so happy that you have an address listed for him and I'm hopeful that it is a good listing so I can get in touch with him after all these years. Eddie and I went through Basic, AIT, Jump School and were at Ft. Campbell together until we received our orders for Vietnam. Eddie was sent to the 1/327 and I was sent to A Troop 2/17 Airborne Cav. I did 2 tours with A Troop was wounded in a battle in the A Shau and evacuated home. I soon 1049'd back to the 173d where I volunteered for E 20th LRP which became C Co 75th Inf Ranger. As much as I loved my 101st I kept my jump pay by going to the 173d. - Hopefully I can make commo with Eddie and we can get together and reminisce old times in the Army together. God bless all here.

Shep


Name: Robert Gerber
Hometown: ,
Date: May 31, 2011 - 06:01 PM (pacific)
My father, 1st Lt. Bob Gerber, was in the 327th GIR (Battle of the Rhinleand and Central Europe).
After the war officially ended he stayed on in Bertches Garden and was assigned as the Athletic Director to organize athletic events to occupy the troops who were awaiting return to the states.
Any info or anybody with info on him would be gratefully appreciated. My dad recently died and his 101st airborne ball cap was aside his casket at the funeral. He was also in the 82nd.
Thank you.

His son Bob.



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