B-1/327’s Gary Berry and his grand daughter, Breanna, at Veterans Day school program 2015.
Brigade Thanksgiving 2016
The Brigade Thanksgiving feast.
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Beth & Terry Burgess with Dennis Sheridan. Terry is the Gold Star Dad of
SSG Bryan A Burgess, No Slack KIA 29 Mar 2011. “The Hornets Nest”. It was
my pleasure to meet them on Veterans Day 2016.
L-R: Drew Poppas, James T. Hill, John Campbell, JP McGee
Also I have the actual names on the mural of my buddies that were killed
My wife had this mural made for me. Gary Berry
“Lest we forget”.
We were so young…
Berry and Gomer 1969
Gary Berry Mini Reunion
Art Pappas, Yankee Jim, Dennis Sheridan and Patrick van Oosterom (Dutch) with No Slack 6, Col Sedlock
and No Slack 7, CSM Castillo enjoying luncheon post 327th Vietnam Memorial dedication, Fort Campbell
SGT Randall Nolin, 2nd PLT A-No Slack, toasting the 327th Veterans of ABU 1/327
and Alpha 2/327 after supper at the Blackhorse, Clarksville, TN 09.07.2016
Kesinger & Hill Reunion
No Slackers Ken Kesinger on the left (C-2/327) and Joe Hill (B-2/327) from ’67-’68
hooked up after all these years at Denny’s in Effingham, Illinois.
Old codgers from C 1/327th gathered at Brownsville, TX for a few days during spring break.
Kneeling left to right:
Ernie Salinas living in Houston, TX
Me (Roy Aguero)
Dan Porter from Wisconsin
The man kneeling with two hats is Pat McManus, Jr. His father was Pat McManus Sr. a engineer who traveled with the company CP. He passed away this past August. We gathered together for a wake for him on St. Patrick’s Day.
Standing left to right:
Roger Morris, (light shirt) was our platoon sergeant. He ended up retiring in Germany as a Chief Warrant Officer 2 and is living there. He has 100 acres out in the sticks in Florida and some of us gather there twice a year. I’m going to meet up with him next week for about three weeks and take it easy. We do a lot of shooting and hunting hogs and enjoy life.
Walter Jackson (dark t shirt) was a 60 gunner and later went to Tigers. He retired as a Major in Special Forces and lives in Boise, Idaho.
Hank Ortega (light green shirt) was a medic. After he ETSed he went to medical school and was a PA for many years and now lives in Kerrville, TX. He patched up a lot of our guys when we took Veghel in ’68.
Phil Blevins (black t shirt) and I went to AIT and jump school together and ended up in C Co. He later went to Tigers. He lives in Oklahoma.
Michael O’Connel (green shirt) was a 60 gunner also. He ended up as a prosecuting attorney in Maryland.
John Blair was a medic also. He lives in Virginia.
The foxholes are getting further and farther apart as the years go by my friends.