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.
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. firstname.lastname@example.org. 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
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
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
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
Date: June 05, 2011 - 11:09 AM (pacific)
101st. Airborne Div.
327 Airborne battle Group
Anybody still around.?
Peter, I joined D company 327 in May of '59.
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
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
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.
Name: Robert Gerber
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.
His son Bob.
Name: Wanda Wills Woodland
Date: May 30, 2011 - 06:01 PM (pacific)
I am so honored to finally locate the 327th Infantry. My Uncle Ptc. Francis DeSales Wills was MIA (later BB) on 2/26/66 with Sgt. David Newton. Here's his full rank "RECON PTL/HHC/Tiger Company l966/1st Airborn 327th Infantry".
I would love to attend a 327th reunion so I can hopefully locate anyone who remembers my beloved Uncle Sales. I went to several 1-9 Walking Dead (Marines)Reunions and truly enjoyed them. But, I would like to be with my Uncle's Tiger Company Unit. This would mean the world to me.
Name: Dale Michael Grabb
Hometown: Camas, Washington
Date: May 30, 2011 - 11:53 AM (pacific)
Came "in country" Sept '68:Assigned to and arrived at 2/327th "No Slack" headquarters mid Sept:Sent out to FSB Bastogne and hooked up with Bravo Co. 2nd Platoon, 2nd Squad,2nd Fire Team. Squad Leader was Sgt Barnes (Barney). Looking for Terry (Red Ant)Wilson, has anybody had contact with him?
Name: Rik (papasan) Peery
Hometown: , Va.
Date: May 30, 2011 - 10:42 AM (pacific)
Former 80s Eagle, A Co., in memory of my cousin Norman D Peery, 501st, KIA April 17,1970, and Robert "Sparky" Journell (family friend) 506th, KIA July 22nd,1970, RIPCORD...thanks to all EAGLES for their service...
Name: Erick W. Miller
Hometown: Dover, Tennessee
Date: May 30, 2011 - 08:44 AM (pacific)
Welcome home brothers and sisters. Have a fun, safe Memorial Day. I'm looking forward to seeing friends at Cobra Lake in 26 days and counting. I've been contacted by Sam Mann who served in 1967. He is looking for old friends. I hope that he'll be signing the guestbook soon.
Erick W. Miller
B-Co 1st Plt 1st 327 30 Nov '69 to 9 Nov '70
Name: Mil Thornton
Hometown: Payson, AZ
Date: May 28, 2011 - 11:39 PM (pacific)
Looking for James Fawcett. LT for 1st platoon, A co,1/327 70-71. I was his RTO in the field. I nicknamed him Spanky. James or anyone knowing him Contact me.
Name: Everett (Tom) Thomas
Hometown: San Juan Capistrano, CA
Date: May 28, 2011 - 04:14 PM (pacific)
Lt. Col. Fred Spaulding: This Tom Thomas, your old contact at the River Palms. As we approach memorial day I wanted to thank you for your years of service to our country and making such a significant contribution for freedom. I was sharing your story recently with two Army Vet's and told them how you read my father's war record letter at a function when the speaker did not show up. You made a positive impression. May God Bless you and yours and keep you safe. All the best and kind regards. Tom Thomas
Name: Gerald Ludan
Hometown: Franklin, Indiana
Date: May 28, 2011 - 12:30 PM (pacific)
I served with B co. 1st Platoon 1/327th Infantry as the radio man for our platoon from 69-70. I would like mention, in memoriam, my best friend, Jim Miermont, from Louisiana who perished at Fire Base Veghel at my side. God bless him and all the men that served with me.
Name: AJ Moore Sr.
Hometown: Norton Shores, MI
Date: May 27, 2011 - 02:50 PM (pacific)
I want to THANK YOU ALL ... My Brother was with Bravo Co. 2/327th until April 17th 1970 ... Was transfered to Bravo Co. 3/506th ... KIA ( Mothers Day ) May 10th 1970 ( Cambodia ) God Bless you all and stay well!!