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Name: Melvin Fenn
Hometown: Alvarado , Texas
Date: July 28, 2010 - 11:58 AM (pacific)
Great site. I can smell burning bamboo and taste the unique taste of the water there. My achilles still hurt so I have that effect going. Very proud I served; collectively we halted the cancer of communisim in that region of the world. We had a window of opportunity, for the blink of time we were just the right age...we took it and served. --Shot in right calf, medic Pate fixed it, did not infect...no lost time since we did not move much just then. A rare time of carrying a rolled up poncho at all, shot through it into the butt...Pate and Lt Eklund pulled it out...don't think any of us enjoyed it. Laughing. Grenade to right side during an assualt; no idea where we were when that thing flipped me, but instantly back to the feet as if carrying a fountain drink and not wanting to spill a bit...another piece of those frags just may be making it to the surface at this very time, and it is minorly exciting after so many decades. Bad deal on a parachute jump (no idea of who to thank for getting me out of that little deployment), and a comma for a few days, then right back to work. No purple hearts, as they were refused, same as I saw other guys do for insignificant wounds. I remember a cigarette lighter we were given just prior to leaving, one of my daughters holds it now, it reads on the face: "America's Finest at Freedoms Frontier". Wow, did I wear out several pairs of boots for that honor. We were tired, right! ---I've had a great life as I hope others have as well...lustfull times, confused times, fortunate and earned...most things once wronged were gotten 'better'. I Cannot complain.


Name: Hank Ortega
Hometown: ,
Date: July 26, 2010 - 02:44 AM (pacific)
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Name: William Marcus (Mark) Smith
Hometown: Baker, Fl.
Date: July 24, 2010 - 02:03 PM (pacific)
I am proud to be the brother of William (Wild Bill) Smith 1st_abu_327th. Nam 67-69 Thanks to all who have served to protect this great nation!


Name: William E Dudley
Hometown: Hayfork, California
Date: July 22, 2010 - 05:27 PM (pacific)
this is to sgt. Dayoc i doubt you remember me, I was in first plt, sgt. smith of D c.o Lt. Rogers was the C.O. first sgt. Shroeder. you gave me the oral test for PFC in the summer of 61.
Respectfully
William E Dudley


Name: Donald (Don ) Armstrong
Hometown: Decaturville, Tn.
Date: July 22, 2010 - 11:00 AM (pacific)
Was with B Co. 2/327 --- In country 66 - 67



Name: Bob Fleury
Hometown: Indialantic, Florida
Date: July 21, 2010 - 08:30 PM (pacific)
I am looking for any information on PFC Robert Charles Johnson, Co B, 2/327th, who died in battle, in Phu Yen Province, June 20th, 1966. I think his tour had just started when he was killed. His hometown was Kanakee, Illinois.

I myself served with Co. C, 1/327th, 1967-68 as an RTO. I was wounded in the Ashau Valley and sent stateside in May'68. Will see you at the next Reunion!


Name: Larry Joe Smith
Hometown: Euclid, ohio
Date: July 21, 2010 - 04:13 PM (pacific)
Hi all


Name: Timothy F White
Hometown: London, WV
Date: July 21, 2010 - 02:40 PM (pacific)
I served with the 101st. Airborne, 1/327th. Infantry Div., C Co., 3rd. Plt. from Oct. 02, 1968-Oct. 03, 1969. Looking for Harold Patton, Charles Miller, Riley Steele & others. I talked with Russell Woodruff back in 1994 but he was killed on his 400th. parachute jump on 7-26-96.


Name: John W Austin
Hometown: WRIGHT CITY, MO
Date: July 19, 2010 - 11:05 PM (pacific)
2nd platoon, 2nd squad, Delta 101st 1/327 infantry - July 23, 1970 - July 22, 1971. Looking for fellow Vietnam veterans.


Name: David J. Markham
Hometown: ,
Date: July 19, 2010 - 06:50 PM (pacific)
Something I recieved from Fay Chaney, said I should post it on the guestbook for all to see.

I had the honor of taking care of my uncle, my mother's brother until his death at 87 years in 2002. William Wilburforce Daughtry, Petersburg, VA (I believe you have him listed as Daughtery). He was in F Company 327th glider infantry, 101st. He was an amazing man, a man of great integrity. He did not talk a great deal about the war but he did tell me about being a guard when they brought the blindfolded germans to Gen. McAuliffe. He also told me he guarded the tent while the generals planned the invasion of Holland. If there are F company men I might possibly communicate with, I would be greatful to have this opportunity. If I can answer any questions you might have about my uncle I would be happy to do so. I have his medals and patch. I also have a book BASTONE The First Eight Days, Copyright 1946, First Edition published by Washington Journal Press.

Blessings,
Faye Chaney
fayelouisa@aol.com


Name: Leonard Arnold
Hometown: , Ohio
Date: July 19, 2010 - 12:22 AM (pacific)
Brothers ;
I was a spoon with A Battery/2/11 Artillery, attached to the 101st, in III corps, 1968.
It is an honor to say how proud I am to have been with the 101st in Vietnam. Welcome Home and Thank You for serving our country.
Thanks for the respect you have shown this leg cook.
Respectfully, Humbly,
Len Arnold


Name: george deffenbaugh
Hometown: hawthorne, fl
Date: July 18, 2010 - 09:58 PM (pacific)
answering terry gray's shout out about dean deffenbaugh's whereabouts dean was murdered in tooms co. georgia feb.4 1982 he is buried in the family plot in archer fl. I still miss him dearly


Name: Morgan - Ensminger
Hometown: McNeil, Ar.
Date: July 18, 2010 - 07:02 PM (pacific)
Vietnam vet. April 1966-April 1967 B-Co. 2nd 327th infantry 4th platoon 3rd platoon....Home town was Wisner, Louisiana Came home from Vietnam then went to Fort Bragg N.C. for end of duty with 82nd Airborne for a few months..Looking for friends..


Name: aaron berger
Hometown: ,
Date: July 15, 2010 - 09:54 PM (pacific)
My father, Sgt. Ronald Berger was on the flight that crashed and was pulled off at the last min by some Major. im not all to familiar with the details but if anyone is interested contact me and i will contact my father


Name: EARL WILLIOM MALLICOAT
Hometown: MIDDLE TOWN, OH
Date: July 15, 2010 - 01:54 PM (pacific)
TO GENE LEE & A CO 2/327 1ST PLT.NICE TO SEE A FRIENDY FACE SGT RIELY ALEAST 4 OTHERS HAVE PICKS ONE WWW.ANOSLACK.NING.COM WAS WITH EVERYWHERE CARRIED M 60 EVEN GOT REAR JOB IN ARMS ROOM ABOUT THE SAME TIME. YOU DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING ABOUT THE GREAT ' NIGHT MOVEMENT THOUGH RIVER WHERE WE GOT GASSED BY OUR OWN HELOCOPPTER WHEN THEY DROPPED THE BAGS OF GAS FROM TO HIGH UP


Name: David Owen Williamson
Hometown: Malvern, Arkansas
Date: July 12, 2010 - 07:43 PM (pacific)
David Williamson C 2/327 1st Platoon 69-71. Checking in and saying how do. best unit and best site NO SLACK


Name: Gerard Paul Husson
Hometown: Martinsburg, West Virginia
Date: July 12, 2010 - 01:50 PM (pacific)
Someone who meant a great deal to my older brother and I (both Vietnam Era Navy vets),SP4 Michael Joseph Galbraith,A CO, 1ST BN, 327TH Infranty,101ST ABN DIV, lost his life in Vietnam on 6 June,1966. Michael was my older brothers best friend and like a big brother to me and over the years my brother has done many things to perpetuate his memory. Most recently as we grew older Chuck and I have talked about what we, as fellow veterans, need to do to assure that those who gave all are never forgotten, I have begun to help my brother Chuck out with this effort. You see Michael was an adopted child of friends of the family and was one of our neighbors as we grew up. Both of his adopted parents are long since gone and neither my brother nor I want him to ever be forgotten.I am looking for anyone who has knowledge of how he lost his life on that day perhaps another within his unit or a Medic who saw to his body or aided in his evacuation. You see we only have rumors of friendly fire, a short round, which circulated at his funeral, as the cause of death and would really like to know what actually happened on the day of his demise.I realize that Michael had only been in country since 5 May, 1966 and that he may not have been well known but perhaps someone in this unit can provide us with information. Your assistance in this matter will be greatly appreciated.As always, bless you for your service to this great Nation and most assuredly "God Bless America"!


Name: david kent moyers
Hometown: maryville, tn
Date: July 11, 2010 - 11:28 PM (pacific)
BASTOGNE BULLDOGS!!!!!!!!!! 2ND PLATOON CO C 1ST 327TH OUTLAWS!!!!!!!!!!! The immortals. Miss you guys and love you all. We were the best of the best! GENO PIG POPS MIKEY SFC.DALE They called us OUTLAWS for a reason I only hope OUR lethal legacy is carried on. ABOVE THE REST!! RANGERS LEAD THE WAY! HOOOAH.


Name: Joseph (Doc) Gilchrest
Hometown: Quitman, Texas
Date: July 10, 2010 - 12:29 AM (pacific)
Looking for anyone who served with my twin brother Harry from 2/327 in VN 66/67.
He has terminal cancer from Agent Orange and I would like to make contact with the members of his unit. I served with the 1st CAV Div LRRPS in 67&68.


Name: Shonna Sheri Miranda
Hometown: Yuba City, CA
Date: July 09, 2010 - 06:13 PM (pacific)
Thank you for ALL you do! xox
Stay strong and safe. Love you all!


Name: CARLOS L. GARCIA
Hometown: ,
Date: July 09, 2010 - 03:33 PM (pacific)
WAS ABU FROM 7-67 TO 1-24-68 2PLT. AFTER ALL THIS TIME. THANKS ABRAM YOU STILL REMEBER ME. DID YOU BUY THE YELLOW JAQUAR. I HAVED ALOT OF BAD TIMES WITH PTSD SPEND 6 MONTHS IN V. A. CENTER IM MIAMI FLA. GOT SENT OVER FROM PUERT RICO WHERE I LIVE. AM GLAD YOUR ALRIGHT. MAYBE I CAN TO A MEETING SOME DAY. I WILL TRY AND KEEP IN TOUCH. THANK YOU. AIRBONE ALL THE WAY. CARLOS GARCIA


Name: Aaron Crummel
Hometown: , west virginia
Date: July 07, 2010 - 10:19 PM (pacific)
My dad served with the 101st in vietnam and passed away in 1982 from agent orange, I was 4 years old so I didnt know him, but thanks to some good guys who run this sight, I may get to know him in another way. I served with the 1st ID (Big red one) the 25th Id and the 218th id. Thanks for your help in this yj, and thanks to all who served before me, with me, and those who will serve after me.


Name: Linda Jean Lyons
Hometown: Hilham, TN
Date: July 07, 2010 - 12:40 PM (pacific)
Thanks to Angie and Ken, at Crossville...The reunion was again, wonderful. It allows me to keep in better contact with the "brothers" my late husband, Stan Lyons, wanted me to watch over. A great time. Thank you.


Name: SGM (RET) Charlie Lee Fraley
Hometown: ,
Date: July 07, 2010 - 10:23 AM (pacific)
Too all Viet-Nam Vets AUG 26-29 2010 Hardin County Ky. Viet-nam welcome home, open to all Brances of Services more information call Radcliff or Elizabethtown Chamber of Commerce 270 351-4450


Name: Gloria Mata
Hometown: ,
Date: July 06, 2010 - 10:40 PM (pacific)
My only brother served in abt 1971 boot camp Fort Ord then Anchorage Alaska was airborne paratrooper. I found weapons card that reads: Company C Abn, 4th Bn, 23rd Infantry. Looking for any info on his unit. Wnt to know what division he was in, such as 101st airborne,etc. He passed suddenly and leaves behind 5 sisters, mom, one son. Any info greatly appreciated.



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