Name: michael rittel
Date: March 17, 2011 - 10:28 PM (pacific)
was shocked to see photos of my platoon on this website including a pix of me. A Co 2nd of 327th 101st Airmobile.
Name: Charles H McDuff
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga
Date: March 14, 2011 - 12:13 AM (pacific)
I was with Co C 2/501, 101st ABN and was wounded on FB Tomahawk June 19,1969. If you were there,please contact me.
Name: Russ Ramsey
Hometown: Lake Placid, Florida
Date: March 13, 2011 - 07:54 PM (pacific)
I was a platoon leader in Company A, 327th Airborne Battle Group, 101st Airborne Division, from April 1958 to December 1959. I remember 1st SGT Trinidad Prieto and saw him again in Vietnam. Contact me at RWRRSRRRR@aol.com if you can and we'll swap messages.
All the way,
Name: Christopher A Roppelt
Hometown: Fair Oaks, Ca
Date: March 13, 2011 - 07:25 PM (pacific)
hey anyone that knows me hit me up would love to get in contact with some old friends
Name: Antoine Edward Roy
Hometown: Jaffrey, New Hampshire
Date: March 11, 2011 - 09:34 AM (pacific)
I served with D/1st/327th from Jan.1969 to June 1969. I was in many areas shown in these photos. We mainly operated out of Phu Loc. We were on the hill opposite Hill 88 (FSB Tommahock) when it was overrun in June 1969. I pulled security on the hill a couple of times. Tese photos bring back a lot of memories.
Name: larry gore
Hometown: waterloo, s.c.
Date: March 10, 2011 - 10:33 PM (pacific)
i was on birminham from dec till about may of 1971 during the monsoon like to drown lol am looking for drufus sgt wright and any body that may remmber me ty larry gore i was in como
Name: Hank Ortega
Date: March 09, 2011 - 07:08 PM (pacific)
Always seeking Tiger Force vets, all years and eras.
Mini-reunion at Branson July 11-15, 2011.
Many Tigers meet at Week of the Eagle, at. Ft Campbell. Next one is August 5-12 at Ft Campbel, KY.
101 Assn Reunion is 17-21 August, at Lexington KY.
Pick one and see your old buddies. Attend Week of the Eagle, and meet the current actve duty team, give them moral and historical support.
Contact me any time.
Doc Ortega, TF Medic 1968/69.
Name: pamela c trzaska-cruise
Date: March 09, 2011 - 06:31 AM (pacific)
Hi I'm the nurse who worked with you on WW111..Glad to see that life has been good to you.
Name: Lawrence Bowman
Date: March 01, 2011 - 10:58 PM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who knew Willian "Dot" Dottellis. He was in B 1/327 from April 66-April 67.
Name: Ramon Placido
Hometown: N.Y.C., N,Y.
Date: March 01, 2011 - 09:10 PM (pacific)
Mr.Budihas please call me will love to talk to you.
Name: Mil Thornton
Hometown: Payson, AZ
Date: March 01, 2011 - 08:51 PM (pacific)
I just got a call from Danny Skaggs. In country 1970-71 with A Co. 1/327 ABU.
I had done a search online and came up with an address in Oklahoma. I wrote a letter to see if it was the same Danny Skaggs I served with. He was the platoon Seargent during part of my tour.
Funny thing is that he is working in Phoenix until Friday. Go Figure. I will be going down to meet him for dinner tomorrow evening. Been looking for him for 40 years.
Thought I'd share because you never know who might pop up if you just do a name search on the internet. He is not into computors so he doesn't know about the 327 sight. I'm going to take some info to him.
Name: Jim L Weaver
Hometown: Seattle, WA
Date: February 26, 2011 - 07:38 PM (pacific)
I served with A company 1/327th ABU from 1973-1978. Abu brothers and God bless.
Name: Phillip M Griglio
Hometown: Westland, MI
Date: February 25, 2011 - 11:36 AM (pacific)
I served with C 1/327th in the last week of May 1967. Came from Dow tieng near Saigon to Phan Rang then on to Duc Pho for patrolling in the hills before I got hit twice on May 29th. I remember the briefing that morning and viewing the map for hills 885 and 886, came up a long ridge into the saddle between and went up the slope to the top of rightmost hill; got hit on the way up around Noon or so since I checked my watch at the saddle before going up the ridge. Don't remember a lot since I was in/out of conscienceness except being put in the chopper around dark and body bags..... Anyone can help fill in the details please call e-mail or write....
Name: Douglas Dwight Reed
Hometown: Trion, Ga
Date: February 22, 2011 - 09:55 PM (pacific)
Was I'm CDC 237 in 1974 first group to go threw air assault training. Come out Vietnam with the 101 Air mobile. We lived in the old WWW 11 training building.Not very good place to be.I know every foot of fort Campbell walked it' enough but that was when I was a young man now I am 58 broken all to hell.You all keep your heads down be good with what you are doing
Name: Jerry M Aggson
Hometown: San Diego, California
Date: February 22, 2011 - 01:00 PM (pacific)
Another year has passed and our site just keeps getting better. We continue to be blessed with the expert ease and hard work of a few good men who patrol this site! Thank You all for your devotion and patience with all!
I'm still looking for Troopers who served with "B" CO 1/327 at the start of the build up, or any company during that era. God bless our troops abroad, my grandson included, and God Bless America in this time of termoil around the world.
"B" CO 1/327 65-66
Name: Tom Kounkel
Hometown: Omaha, NE
Date: February 19, 2011 - 09:23 PM (pacific)
Had the pleasure of going over Vietnam stories and pictures with Ed Thompson (A company 1/327th, 9/11/70 - 9/10/71) today.
Name: ewing miller
Date: February 19, 2011 - 10:43 AM (pacific)
Crissy, I can not remember handler's name but he & "Wolf" were both OK by me
A 1/327 feb - july 1968
Name: Andrew J Hargadon
Hometown: Lynbrook, NY
Date: February 16, 2011 - 10:17 PM (pacific)
Served 11/70-11/71 with D Co 2/327 Inf
Camp Eagle, Thua Thien Province & Phu Bai.
FB Bastogne, A Shau.
Capt. Baker was CO.
Name: robert JACK gullart
Hometown: rialto , CAL.
Date: February 16, 2011 - 04:41 PM (pacific)
I WOULD LIKE TO FIND ANYONE WHO NEW AND SERVED WITH MY BIG BROTHER SAMMY MANUAL GULLART E-4 HE WAS IN 101 ST.AIRBORN 327 INFANTRY K.I.A. MAY 26 1970 IN PHUA PHIEN DONT NO IF SPELLING IS CORRECT.HE WAS MY HERO..GOD BLESS YOU ALL, YOU WERE ALL HERO'S..
Name: John Jerome Campos
Hometown: , Ca.
Date: February 15, 2011 - 08:23 PM (pacific)
Looking to correspond with anyone who was with C COMPANY 1st BATTALION 327th INF. I was in VIET-NAM during March 67 thru June 69 I got shot in my zippo lighter on sept 19, 1967 with a AK47 while on a reconnaissance patrol in Hue which i still have.
Name: Melvin L Bailey
Hometown: Sterling , Alaska
Date: February 15, 2011 - 02:06 AM (pacific)
Co B 2/327 September to December '68 with among others Joe Won, Slick, Jack Page, Rebel, Harry "Buzzard" Clyde, Hippie, Padilla, shake n bake Clancy, Dellinger
Name: julius britt
Hometown: melbourne, fl
Date: February 14, 2011 - 06:45 PM (pacific)
My first here Guys, it's been to long and a long time coming.
Name: Bernard G. Cox
Date: February 13, 2011 - 10:08 PM (pacific)
Its been awhile.
Name: Yankee Jim Simchera
Hometown: , TN
Date: February 13, 2011 - 11:13 AM (pacific)
I'm always looking for those I served with in 2nd PLT Alpha No Slack from Sept 1969-1970
I look forward to seeing all my Alpha Brothers when we gather this coming April in Gatlinburg, TN and I invite anyone who served whether with Alpha Co. or another Company or Battalion to contact me if you will be in or are interested in coming to Gatlinburg the last weekend of April.
Please keep or younger Brothers and Sisters as well as their Families in your thoughts and prayers.
God bless You and Yours, all those who serve and their families and may God Bless the USA... YJ
Name: Crissy Sawyer
Date: February 13, 2011 - 08:31 AM (pacific)
It's interesting that Eric Miller talks so poorly about the scout dog handler team. My dad was a scout dog handler for the 101st 42nd IPSD. He lost 2 dogs. One on hill 714 and one on Hill 882. Both dogs were killed as they alerted on the enemy. My dad walked point about a 1/4 of a mile in front of the platoon he was assigned to. Now I know not all dog teams were as dedicated as he was. He'll tell you that himself. It is frustrating though to see all scout dog teams spoken about in such a negative way. Scout dogs saved thousands of lives and gave their own in defense of their country. Then after being such loyal soldiers they were put to sleep because they were considerd extra supplies. Please remember that you were all over there together trying to make it home!!