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Ron Davis from El Paso wrote on October 2, 2020 at 12:22:
I am reaching out to the community to see if anyone is or has been in contact with Jim Weed, who was a member of the Original Hawk Recon Unit '65/'66. If so, please reach out to me as soon as you can. Thank you for your help. [email protected]
I am reaching out to the community to see if anyone is or has been in contact with Jim Weed, who was a member of the Original Hawk Recon Unit '65/'66. If so, please reach out to me as soon as you can. Thank you for your help. [email protected]
Margarito "Marty" Cantu from Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124 wrote on September 24, 2020 at 21:06:
The Year I was in Vietnam was 1967/1969 with Charlie Company 2nd Platoon 1st Brigade 1st Battalion 501st Infantry Regiment 101st Airborne Division "Geronimo" [email protected]
The Year I was in Vietnam was 1967/1969 with Charlie Company 2nd Platoon 1st Brigade 1st Battalion 501st Infantry Regiment 101st Airborne Division "Geronimo" [email protected]
CHARLES WALLACE from KEY WEST , FL wrote on September 17, 2020 at 16:35:
As veterans one of the main reasons we fought was so that eligible AMERICANS can vote and I don't care who they vote for as long as they can exercise that right without interferance make it happen BROTHERS-- and as always "Above the Rest" and GOD bless -- CO C/1/327 ---Jan/68 to Jan/69 [email protected]
As veterans one of the main reasons we fought was so that eligible AMERICANS can vote and I don't care who they vote for as long as they can exercise that right without interferance make it happen BROTHERS-- and as always "Above the Rest" and GOD bless -- CO C/1/327 ---Jan/68 to Jan/69 [email protected]
Sue Scheid from Salt Lake City wrote on September 15, 2020 at 18:23:
I'm still looking for Chuck Evans was in Vietnam with my brother Mike Sorensen in 70-71 Chuck is from California if you remember him please let me know he would be 72 years old now Email [email protected]
I'm still looking for Chuck Evans was in Vietnam with my brother Mike Sorensen in 70-71 Chuck is from California if you remember him please let me know he would be 72 years old now Email [email protected]
joseph genereux from ormond beach wrote on September 14, 2020 at 19:41:
i still have a picture from a/co 1965 [email protected]
i still have a picture from a/co 1965 [email protected]
Doc Osgood from kaunakakai wrote on September 13, 2020 at 21:55:
NO SLACK 2/327th Co. A,B,C,D,E,HHC.Hawks Hawks Hawks...the book "Headhunters Ashau Valley Raiders"is a done deal but time is running out for some more input especially photos which can be sent to [email protected] as email copies. This is my email. So where is Rick Knight...anybody know...Jim Fellows....? Peewee Dobs? Doc Maurice, Lt. Viney or any officer who knows about the A Shau Valley CAs?
NO SLACK 2/327th Co. A,B,C,D,E,HHC.Hawks Hawks Hawks...the book "Headhunters Ashau Valley Raiders"is a done deal but time is running out for some more input especially photos which can be sent to [email protected] as email copies. This is my email. So where is Rick Knight...anybody know...Jim Fellows....? Peewee Dobs? Doc Maurice, Lt. Viney or any officer who knows about the A Shau Valley CAs?
Avelino J. Calabaza from Santo Domingo Pueblo wrote on September 8, 2020 at 13:50:
My Time in Vietnam War was with 1st Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, "No Slack" Outfit, Charlie Company, October 1969 Thru November 1970. My Email ([email protected])
My Time in Vietnam War was with 1st Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, "No Slack" Outfit, Charlie Company, October 1969 Thru November 1970. My Email ([email protected])
Scott Eckert from Henderson NV wrote on September 3, 2020 at 09:40:
Hoping you can help me locate a Purple Heart recipient or his family. I have a medal issued to a John D. Howard that was likely awarded sometime in the early 1970's and would like to return it to him or a family member. His hometown was Ocean City MD and an internet search returned someone named John D. Howard around the Towson MD area. My guess is his age would be mid-70's. He achieved the rank of BGen is the US Army. He is shown on your web site as being a member of the 327th. Any information you can provide locating Gen. Howard or family members would be appreciated. [email protected] Respectfully, Scott Eckert, USAF, Ret Henderson NV 760-617-6237
Hoping you can help me locate a Purple Heart recipient or his family. I have a medal issued to a John D. Howard that was likely awarded sometime in the early 1970's and would like to return it to him or a family member. His hometown was Ocean City MD and an internet search returned someone named John D. Howard around the Towson MD area. My guess is his age would be mid-70's. He achieved the rank of BGen is the US Army. He is shown on your web site as being a member of the 327th. Any information you can provide locating Gen. Howard or family members would be appreciated. [email protected] Respectfully, Scott Eckert, USAF, Ret Henderson NV 760-617-6237
Dennis Ash from Mammoth Lakes CA wrote on September 1, 2020 at 14:18:
Looking for anyone In the 1/327 HQ CO. I was hit in Nam 1966 26 Dec, please contact me. [email protected]
Looking for anyone In the 1/327 HQ CO. I was hit in Nam 1966 26 Dec, please contact me. [email protected]
Michael Carretero from Edmond, OK wrote on August 30, 2020 at 12:20:
It is with great sadness, that I report the passing of Major General (Retired), Donald C. Hilbert on 05/17/2020. He was the first CO of Alpha Co. "ABU", 1st/327th Inf. that was deployed to Vietnam on the USS Eltinge. Then in 1970 became the Battalion Commander of the of the 1st/327th Inf. I had the honor of serving under him in TOC, primarily on FSB Bastogne from 11/'70 thru 08/'71. May you rest in peace! Above the Rest, ABU! [email protected]
It is with great sadness, that I report the passing of Major General (Retired), Donald C. Hilbert on 05/17/2020. He was the first CO of Alpha Co. "ABU", 1st/327th Inf. that was deployed to Vietnam on the USS Eltinge. Then in 1970 became the Battalion Commander of the of the 1st/327th Inf. I had the honor of serving under him in TOC, primarily on FSB Bastogne from 11/'70 thru 08/'71. May you rest in peace! Above the Rest, ABU! [email protected]
Sally Henshaw from Kelso wrote on August 30, 2020 at 04:59:
I am trying to find Lee Francis O'Neill or his family. His father was Claude Leyshon Charlton who was on HMAS SYDNEY. I have a photo of Claude and his mother and thought Lee or his family might like to have it. [email protected]
I am trying to find Lee Francis O'Neill or his family. His father was Claude Leyshon Charlton who was on HMAS SYDNEY. I have a photo of Claude and his mother and thought Lee or his family might like to have it. [email protected]
Larry Wolcott from Muskegon , Michigan wrote on August 28, 2020 at 08:25:
54 years ago this young man gave his all at the battle of Mother’s Day Hill May 13 1967. Today he would have been 73. I told you Billy you would not be forgotten as long as I’m alive. Happy birthday buddy. [email protected]
54 years ago this young man gave his all at the battle of Mother’s Day Hill May 13 1967. Today he would have been 73. I told you Billy you would not be forgotten as long as I’m alive. Happy birthday buddy. [email protected]
Jade Pearl from Austin wrote on August 26, 2020 at 13:17:
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to RPH (A Co. 1/327th 101st Airborne in Vietnam)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to RPH (A Co. 1/327th 101st Airborne in Vietnam)
Cowboy from Toledo wrote on August 25, 2020 at 16:06:
Im writing the story of JACK A CASE, member 101st 327th Glider Infantry. I am using his wartime letters home. Anyone whose family member was with 327th at Normandy or Holland... contact me [email protected]
Im writing the story of JACK A CASE, member 101st 327th Glider Infantry. I am using his wartime letters home. Anyone whose family member was with 327th at Normandy or Holland... contact me [email protected]
Orvella Fields from Soap Lake wrote on August 24, 2020 at 12:47:
My brother, Terrence R Feigenbutz, my best, most loved, and missed was KIA February 1968 Phuoc Long. He is on the Wall Panel 36E Line 48 and is buried at the Rialto, CA, cemetery. I wanted to let the unit know that he is buried under the name Terrence R "FIELDS." There is a long sad story to this and I would be happy to share it. Feel free to contact me. I was corresponding with his friend, Michael J Corrigan, who was KIA October that same year. I had hoped to one day meet Mike. To those of you who served, Thank You. Words fail. Warm hugs and kind regards. [email protected]
My brother, Terrence R Feigenbutz, my best, most loved, and missed was KIA February 1968 Phuoc Long. He is on the Wall Panel 36E Line 48 and is buried at the Rialto, CA, cemetery. I wanted to let the unit know that he is buried under the name Terrence R "FIELDS." There is a long sad story to this and I would be happy to share it. Feel free to contact me. I was corresponding with his friend, Michael J Corrigan, who was KIA October that same year. I had hoped to one day meet Mike. To those of you who served, Thank You. Words fail. Warm hugs and kind regards. [email protected]
Bill Nelson from new york wrote on August 20, 2020 at 21:21:
No Slack ! For God and Country! Good evening gentlemen. I'm reaching back almost 51 years and I'm asking those of you who were with John Ward, A co 2/327th on the night of October 6th 1969, to please tell me precisely how John was killed that night , during ambush ops in the flats . He did not receive a Purple Heart so it was either friendly fire or something else. I believe that Jim Simchera, Frank Seeman, John Coleman, Jack Ponson, Garry Gallant and Dale Hensen were in his platoon / squad. Some of you witnessed his death. I'm Bill Nelson and I've corresponded with some of you many years ago. But ,never really got a clear answer as to how John was killed.. I was best friends with John , grew up in the Bronx NY, together and we enlisted into the buddy system , US Army, trained together , Eleven bravo, flew to Nam together . They split us up, him to 2/327th me to 2/502nd both at Camp Eagle. He went through SERTS in Bien Hua with some of you I believe. I know he finished in-country sniper school, before he was killed. His father an NYC police detective requested I be John's body escort home, which I was plucked out of the field to do. It was the saddest journey of my life. I met his family at Dover airbase. After his burial I returned to my unit and finished my combat tour. Please before I leave this good earth , I need to know the truth , about John's cause of death , so my soul can be at peace . My email [email protected] ; home telephone 914-245-4146. Please someone step forward and tell me the truth. With respect and brotherhood. Bill Nelson... Read more
No Slack ! For God and Country! Good evening gentlemen. I'm reaching back almost 51 years and I'm asking those of you who were with John Ward, A co 2/327th on the night of October 6th 1969, to please tell me precisely how John was killed that night , during ambush ops in the flats . He did not receive a Purple Heart so it was either friendly fire or something else. I believe that Jim Simchera, Frank Seeman, John Coleman, Jack Ponson, Garry Gallant and Dale Hensen were in his platoon / squad. Some of you witnessed his death. I'm Bill Nelson and I've corresponded with some of you many years ago. But ,never really got a clear answer as to how John was killed.. I was best friends with John , grew up in the Bronx NY, together and we enlisted into the buddy system , US Army, trained together , Eleven bravo, flew to Nam together . They split us up, him to 2/327th me to 2/502nd both at Camp Eagle. He went through SERTS in Bien Hua with some of you I believe. I know he finished in-country sniper school, before he was killed. His father an NYC police detective requested I be John's body escort home, which I was plucked out of the field to do. It was the saddest journey of my life. I met his family at Dover airbase. After his burial I returned to my unit and finished my combat tour. Please before I leave this good earth , I need to know the truth , about John's cause of death , so my soul can be at peace . My email [email protected] ; home telephone 914-245-4146. Please someone step forward and tell me the truth. With respect and brotherhood. Bill Nelson [email protected]
Ray Dowden from LAVEEN wrote on August 11, 2020 at 13:15:
I am looking for any one who was in C Co.2nd BN 327th 101st ABN.INF. From 3/68 till 5/69 i was squard leader in 3rd platoon and one time on Obrain Bridge SSG. JOHNSON was platoon sgt. [email protected]
I am looking for any one who was in C Co.2nd BN 327th 101st ABN.INF. From 3/68 till 5/69 i was squard leader in 3rd platoon and one time on Obrain Bridge SSG. JOHNSON was platoon sgt. [email protected]
Rod Phillips from New Smyrna Beach wrote on August 7, 2020 at 05:20:
https://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/Richard-Calvin-Treas-105074009?f_e=1 1/327 VN 68' Rest in Peace
https://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/Richard-Calvin-Treas-105074009?f_e=1 1/327 VN 68' Rest in Peace
David Harmon from Salisbury wrote on August 6, 2020 at 16:03:
I'm David Harmon and served from '84-85 had a time there. 1st Bn / 36th Infantry. [email protected]
I'm David Harmon and served from '84-85 had a time there. 1st Bn / 36th Infantry. [email protected]
Merle Johnson from Pharr Tx wrote on August 4, 2020 at 13:08:
CO A 2/327 101ST ABN 67-68
CO A 2/327 101ST ABN 67-68
Timothy Stubbe from Queen Creek Az wrote on July 20, 2020 at 12:29:
Aug 69-70, Bravo Co, RTO for Squad, Platoon and eventually Company. Moved to E-company as a Sniper Team Leader. Deployed & Humped over most of the hills west of Camp Eagle. FB's Bastogne, Roy, Kathryn, Rendezvous, Veghel, and a few names I can't remember. All I know is when I got back to the world, I knew no matter what happened in the future, It would never get that bad again. [email protected]
Aug 69-70, Bravo Co, RTO for Squad, Platoon and eventually Company. Moved to E-company as a Sniper Team Leader. Deployed & Humped over most of the hills west of Camp Eagle. FB's Bastogne, Roy, Kathryn, Rendezvous, Veghel, and a few names I can't remember. All I know is when I got back to the world, I knew no matter what happened in the future, It would never get that bad again. [email protected]
William Sims from Milwaukee wrote on July 14, 2020 at 18:09:
William Sims, 101st/327, Battle of Trung Luong. Bronze Star (Valor); Purple Heart. Served '65-'66 [email protected]
William Sims, 101st/327, Battle of Trung Luong. Bronze Star (Valor); Purple Heart. Served '65-'66 [email protected]
Michael Carretero from Edmond, OK wrote on July 14, 2020 at 15:19:
Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of my report date to Alpha Co. "ABU", 1st/327th Inf. 101st Airborne. I reported on July 13th, 1970 according to my orders. I reported with Terry Berkbigler, (3rd Platoon, Donald Coe (3rd Platoon), Douglas Corrie (1st Platoon), Paul J. D'Amato (2nd Platoon, KIA 12/24/1970), Clarence Johnson (2nd Platoon), Steven Refsland (1st Platoon), John Summers (2nd Platoon), Geoffry Wheeler, and Paul Zemeida (3rd Platoon). Above the Rest, ABU! [email protected]
Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of my report date to Alpha Co. "ABU", 1st/327th Inf. 101st Airborne. I reported on July 13th, 1970 according to my orders. I reported with Terry Berkbigler, (3rd Platoon, Donald Coe (3rd Platoon), Douglas Corrie (1st Platoon), Paul J. D'Amato (2nd Platoon, KIA 12/24/1970), Clarence Johnson (2nd Platoon), Steven Refsland (1st Platoon), John Summers (2nd Platoon), Geoffry Wheeler, and Paul Zemeida (3rd Platoon). Above the Rest, ABU! [email protected]
Roger Steelman from Bakersfield, Ca wrote on July 11, 2020 at 19:56:
I am looking for members of the "Hawk Recon Platoon", 327 infantry, 1st brigade that served between Sept. 28, 1967-Sept 28, 1968. Home # 1-661-589-8124. [email protected]
I am looking for members of the "Hawk Recon Platoon", 327 infantry, 1st brigade that served between Sept. 28, 1967-Sept 28, 1968. Home # 1-661-589-8124. [email protected]
leo hagerty from Glendale,Az wrote on June 25, 2020 at 08:05:
Was Co D 2/327th June-Sept 69'. Looking for our Medic and my friend Doc Douglas Drake. My email should be with post so give me a shout if you know about Doc. No Slack. [email protected]
Was Co D 2/327th June-Sept 69'. Looking for our Medic and my friend Doc Douglas Drake. My email should be with post so give me a shout if you know about Doc. No Slack. [email protected]
Steve from Kasson, Mn wrote on June 25, 2020 at 07:59:
Thanks for your service. Enjoyed the pictures. I was with the 101st in 74 & 75 [email protected]
Thanks for your service. Enjoyed the pictures. I was with the 101st in 74 & 75 [email protected]
Garry Wilhelmi wrote on June 22, 2020 at 22:01:
Avelino J. Calabaza I was in 3 plt 2/327 with Steven Horn 1969/1970 [email protected]
Avelino J. Calabaza I was in 3 plt 2/327 with Steven Horn 1969/1970 [email protected]
Tom Mitchell from Rancho San Diego wrote on June 22, 2020 at 12:24:
Looking for "Above the Rest" veterans who served in Vietnam during Operation Hawthorne, June 3-14, 1966. Please contact me if you recall a dog handler attached to C/1/327 1st Plt. and 3rd Plt. Thanks [email protected]
Looking for "Above the Rest" veterans who served in Vietnam during Operation Hawthorne, June 3-14, 1966. Please contact me if you recall a dog handler attached to C/1/327 1st Plt. and 3rd Plt. Thanks [email protected]
Patrick Hosler from Selma wrote on June 17, 2020 at 22:15:
For the proudest he gave to me Apr. 1966. Keep Strong. [email protected]
For the proudest he gave to me Apr. 1966. Keep Strong. [email protected]
Avelino J. Calabaza from Santo Domingo Pueblo wrote on June 17, 2020 at 00:07:
Vietnam War 1969/1970, Co C 1st Brigade,2nd Battalion,327th Infantry Regiment,101st Airborne Division,(No Slack), Phu Luc,Nuog Noc,Firebase Tomahawk. My Platoon Leader was Stephen W. Horn, I was with Daniel Richard Hively when he step on a Boobytrap and was KIA July 10th 1970, I am American Indian 72 yrs old. VSO, Commander of National American Indian Veterans, Inc. South west Region, 20 yrs Now. Life Time Member of DAV, VFW, VVA, NAIV,Inc.
Vietnam War 1969/1970, Co C 1st Brigade,2nd Battalion,327th Infantry Regiment,101st Airborne Division,(No Slack), Phu Luc,Nuog Noc,Firebase Tomahawk. My Platoon Leader was Stephen W. Horn, I was with Daniel Richard Hively when he step on a Boobytrap and was KIA July 10th 1970, I am American Indian 72 yrs old. VSO, Commander of National American Indian Veterans, Inc. South west Region, 20 yrs Now. Life Time Member of DAV, VFW, VVA, NAIV,Inc.
Rick Smith from Phoenix wrote on June 14, 2020 at 16:07:
Posting about the passing of SFC Mike Steele on 3/07/2020. Mike was with A Co 1/327 in 1968. Mike came home in 69 . Got out for a short time. He reenlisted when his younger brother was sent to Nam in 69 with Special Forces. Mike returned to Nam late 69 with Special Forces. His brother was killed shortly after . Mike went on to serve in the Gulf War before before leaving the Army . He was with San Diego PD , undercover. Retired from there then was a Corrections Officer Supervisor in a prison in that area. ****** Mike Passed on 3/07/20 and one of his last requests was to be Laid to Rest o n 3/27/20. His wish was granted. Sadly due to Covid19 all the. VA canceled all grave side Memorial Services and Honor Guards . The VA and the National Veterans Cemetery's are now performing these again. **** For those who knew Mike and might want to attend his. Mike's will be held on August 7th, 2020 at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego , from 2:00 to 2:30 pm. Rest in Peace my "ABU" Brother and friend . We will walk trails together one day soon ! ABU/ATR, Forever. [email protected]
Posting about the passing of SFC Mike Steele on 3/07/2020. Mike was with A Co 1/327 in 1968. Mike came home in 69 . Got out for a short time. He reenlisted when his younger brother was sent to Nam in 69 with Special Forces. Mike returned to Nam late 69 with Special Forces. His brother was killed shortly after . Mike went on to serve in the Gulf War before before leaving the Army . He was with San Diego PD , undercover. Retired from there then was a Corrections Officer Supervisor in a prison in that area. ****** Mike Passed on 3/07/20 and one of his last requests was to be Laid to Rest o n 3/27/20. His wish was granted. Sadly due to Covid19 all the. VA canceled all grave side Memorial Services and Honor Guards . The VA and the National Veterans Cemetery's are now performing these again. **** For those who knew Mike and might want to attend his. Mike's will be held on August 7th, 2020 at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego , from 2:00 to 2:30 pm. Rest in Peace my "ABU" Brother and friend . We will walk trails together one day soon ! ABU/ATR, Forever. [email protected]
Rick Smith from Phoenix wrote on June 14, 2020 at 15:50:
I am sad to share with all my "ABU" , A Co 1/327th Brothers the passing of one of our great ABU Brothers. We lost SFC Mike Steele from San Marcos, Calif to COPD on 3/07/2020. IAM posting here to share with any of you that might have served with Mike or met and got to know him at the "ABU" Stand Downs that we have had in Vegas in the past . You may have met him at one of the Week of Eagles we attended,or maybe while attending the 40th or 50th celebrations of the A Company Adoption by the city of San Mateo on March 4, 1968. [email protected]
I am sad to share with all my "ABU" , A Co 1/327th Brothers the passing of one of our great ABU Brothers. We lost SFC Mike Steele from San Marcos, Calif to COPD on 3/07/2020. IAM posting here to share with any of you that might have served with Mike or met and got to know him at the "ABU" Stand Downs that we have had in Vegas in the past . You may have met him at one of the Week of Eagles we attended,or maybe while attending the 40th or 50th celebrations of the A Company Adoption by the city of San Mateo on March 4, 1968. [email protected]
Sue Scheid from Salt Lake City wrote on June 12, 2020 at 00:50:
Does anyone know a Charles (Chuck ) Evans he is from California he was in 101 Airborne Vietnam 1969-1971 even if you can tell me where to look for him would be great. [email protected]
Does anyone know a Charles (Chuck ) Evans he is from California he was in 101 Airborne Vietnam 1969-1971 even if you can tell me where to look for him would be great. [email protected]
Richard Thomas from Niobrara nebraska wrote on June 10, 2020 at 10:09:
Served with the ABU company, 327th infantry, 101st Airborne Division. Major battles was Doc To and Tuy Hoa. wounded June in Doc To, our own artillary landed on us, we fought all night. [email protected]
Served with the ABU company, 327th infantry, 101st Airborne Division. Major battles was Doc To and Tuy Hoa. wounded June in Doc To, our own artillary landed on us, we fought all night. [email protected]
David J. Markham wrote on June 8, 2020 at 18:20:
Request for Earl Calvin Coe, Company "A" 1/327th. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not in the 327th, spent my time in country in the Army's Navy running boats in the Delta.. His family requested the Patriot Guard Riders and I am the Ride Captain for the mission for him. His dd-214 says he was assigned to CoA 1st Bn (Ambl) 327th Infantry and that he was in country from 20 Aug 69 through 22 Feb 70. He received a medical discharge from Brooke General Hospital on26 Mar 71. The family said that he was on a chopper that went down and was burned on over 70% of his body. Anyone is welcome to contact me but this is all of the info I have. Leon 'River Rat' McLamb State Mission Controller Assistant State Captain for South East Region Patriot Guard Riders of Georgia phone: 706 836-6104 email: [email protected]
Request for Earl Calvin Coe, Company "A" 1/327th. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was not in the 327th, spent my time in country in the Army's Navy running boats in the Delta.. His family requested the Patriot Guard Riders and I am the Ride Captain for the mission for him. His dd-214 says he was assigned to CoA 1st Bn (Ambl) 327th Infantry and that he was in country from 20 Aug 69 through 22 Feb 70. He received a medical discharge from Brooke General Hospital on26 Mar 71. The family said that he was on a chopper that went down and was burned on over 70% of his body. Anyone is welcome to contact me but this is all of the info I have. Leon 'River Rat' McLamb State Mission Controller Assistant State Captain for South East Region Patriot Guard Riders of Georgia phone: 706 836-6104 email: [email protected]
Harry "Steve" Stevenson from Bulverde, Texas wrote on June 4, 2020 at 20:04:
It has been several years since I checked in. Harry C. “Steve” Stevenson. Platoon Leader / XO in Cobra 1/327 May 1967 to April 1968. Bn Assistant S-3 (Air) HHC 1/327 May 1968 to August 1968. Bravo 1/327 Company Commander August 1968 to December 1968. I talk regularly with Ken Pfeiffer, Walt Jackson, Hank “Doc” Ortega and Bill Bazar, all 1/327 troops. I wrote and published a book titled “FROM BOTH SIDES NOW” available from Amazon in paperback or eBook. The story starts in Vietnam with the Cobras, 1/327 and continues through my weird military career. I wish health and happiness to all my Vietnam brothers! WELCOME HOME! [email protected]
It has been several years since I checked in. Harry C. “Steve” Stevenson. Platoon Leader / XO in Cobra 1/327 May 1967 to April 1968. Bn Assistant S-3 (Air) HHC 1/327 May 1968 to August 1968. Bravo 1/327 Company Commander August 1968 to December 1968. I talk regularly with Ken Pfeiffer, Walt Jackson, Hank “Doc” Ortega and Bill Bazar, all 1/327 troops. I wrote and published a book titled “FROM BOTH SIDES NOW” available from Amazon in paperback or eBook. The story starts in Vietnam with the Cobras, 1/327 and continues through my weird military career. I wish health and happiness to all my Vietnam brothers! WELCOME HOME! [email protected]
Robert Cox from Panama City Beach, Fl wrote on June 3, 2020 at 22:15:
On June 10th, 1970, Delta Company, 2/327th Inf (No Slack) was attacked on FSB Tomahawk, Phu Loc, by a company of NVA sappers. The men of Delta Company heroically and successfully defended the FB, killing more than 30 NVA and capturing 3 during a sweep of the perimeter after sunrise. We had 1 KIA, Artillery trooper and a few WIA. The NVA sappers never penetrated the perimeter wire. They were detected inside the wire before they were ready to attack, by alert men on our perimeter. Fifty years later, for the men that were on Tomahawk, I want to say thank you for your courage and bravery in the fight to defend this FB. You did an outstanding job. Unfortunately, many Fire Bases were overrun during the war and they are the ones that are remembered. But, those that were successfully defended, don't make the history book's. June and July of 1970, FSB Ripcord was under siege and after losing many soldiers, the Fire Base was abandoned and bomb by B52's. It wasn't because the troop's didn't try desperately to defend it, but in my opinion it was abandoned because the Division was not allowed to send additional troops to clear the area of NVA and support the men on the FB. The draw down of the war had begun and we were in the Vietnamization phase. After Hamburger Hill, the politician's did not want anymore major battles, with lose of life. Not good publicity for the public back home. The politicians back home had given up on the war that they had thought was necessary. Sound familiar. Lesson learned, don't go to war unless you are all in and prepared to do what's necessary to Win! Have an exit plan which should be to defeat the enemy. For the... Read more
On June 10th, 1970, Delta Company, 2/327th Inf (No Slack) was attacked on FSB Tomahawk, Phu Loc, by a company of NVA sappers. The men of Delta Company heroically and successfully defended the FB, killing more than 30 NVA and capturing 3 during a sweep of the perimeter after sunrise. We had 1 KIA, Artillery trooper and a few WIA. The NVA sappers never penetrated the perimeter wire. They were detected inside the wire before they were ready to attack, by alert men on our perimeter. Fifty years later, for the men that were on Tomahawk, I want to say thank you for your courage and bravery in the fight to defend this FB. You did an outstanding job. Unfortunately, many Fire Bases were overrun during the war and they are the ones that are remembered. But, those that were successfully defended, don't make the history book's. June and July of 1970, FSB Ripcord was under siege and after losing many soldiers, the Fire Base was abandoned and bomb by B52's. It wasn't because the troop's didn't try desperately to defend it, but in my opinion it was abandoned because the Division was not allowed to send additional troops to clear the area of NVA and support the men on the FB. The draw down of the war had begun and we were in the Vietnamization phase. After Hamburger Hill, the politician's did not want anymore major battles, with lose of life. Not good publicity for the public back home. The politicians back home had given up on the war that they had thought was necessary. Sound familiar. Lesson learned, don't go to war unless you are all in and prepared to do what's necessary to Win! Have an exit plan which should be to defeat the enemy. For the troops that were on FSB Tomahawk, 6/10/1970 and are still with us, I want you to know that you saved a lot of lives that night and defeated a highly trained NVA Sapper Company that had been sent all the way from North Vietnam to attack us, as they had successfully done in June 1968 and 1969. You should be recognized and applauded for what you did. I wish all of you well and hope life has treated you well. For those that have passed since 1970, we will not forget your service to our Country and your fellow soldier's. "No Slack" [email protected]
Sue Scheid from Salt Lake City wrote on June 2, 2020 at 23:42:
I'm hoping somebody can help me I'm looking for an old friend of mine His name is Chuck Evans and hes from California he was in Vietnam I'm thinking between 69 and 71 and I was 14 he came to Utah with my brother who was there at the same time they were both 101st airborne greenbrae screaming eagles I seen Chuck twice once with my brother and then he came by his self to Ut something happened between my brother and him so I got a few letters while they were in Vietnam and I didnt hear from him again till I turned 18 and he wanted me to come to California and be with him but things got in the way I really need to talk to him and explain things but I dont know how to get hold of him I'm hoping someone knows him and can help me out hes been on my mind alot I've even been dreaming of him he was 22 when I met him divorced and had 2 kids please can some one help me? My brothers name if Michael Sorensen if anyone knows him and would like to get intouch with him Thank you for you time Sue Sorensen Scheid Email [email protected]
I'm hoping somebody can help me I'm looking for an old friend of mine His name is Chuck Evans and hes from California he was in Vietnam I'm thinking between 69 and 71 and I was 14 he came to Utah with my brother who was there at the same time they were both 101st airborne greenbrae screaming eagles I seen Chuck twice once with my brother and then he came by his self to Ut something happened between my brother and him so I got a few letters while they were in Vietnam and I didnt hear from him again till I turned 18 and he wanted me to come to California and be with him but things got in the way I really need to talk to him and explain things but I dont know how to get hold of him I'm hoping someone knows him and can help me out hes been on my mind alot I've even been dreaming of him he was 22 when I met him divorced and had 2 kids please can some one help me? My brothers name if Michael Sorensen if anyone knows him and would like to get intouch with him Thank you for you time Sue Sorensen Scheid Email [email protected]
Gerard Husson from Martinsburg wrote on May 25, 2020 at 18:13:
On this Memorial Day of 2020 I memorialize Michael Joseph Galbraith for his ultimate sacrifice on 6/6/66. Michael RIP knowing that your friends remember you and that you will not be forgotten. God Bless you and God Bless America. [email protected]
On this Memorial Day of 2020 I memorialize Michael Joseph Galbraith for his ultimate sacrifice on 6/6/66. Michael RIP knowing that your friends remember you and that you will not be forgotten. God Bless you and God Bless America. [email protected]
Mike Sickels, MAJ, OD, USAR Retd from Yuba City, CA wrote on May 25, 2020 at 11:12:
I just wish to honor all the brave troops of the 1/327 who did not make it home. Their ultimate sacrifice should never be forgotten. I had the honor to serve with B Co. as their forward observer from August to December in 1968. No finer men have I had the honor to serve with during my life. Please stay safe and thank you for your service to this country. [email protected]
I just wish to honor all the brave troops of the 1/327 who did not make it home. Their ultimate sacrifice should never be forgotten. I had the honor to serve with B Co. as their forward observer from August to December in 1968. No finer men have I had the honor to serve with during my life. Please stay safe and thank you for your service to this country. [email protected]
Raymond F Dawson from Rockledge Fla wrote on May 25, 2020 at 01:49:
Looking for old Tigers from 1965&1966 [email protected]
Looking for old Tigers from 1965&1966 [email protected]
Ray Dowden from Laveen wrote on May 24, 2020 at 12:30:
Looking for any one with Co.C 2/327th 101st Abn.Inf. 68/69 I was sl [email protected]
Looking for any one with Co.C 2/327th 101st Abn.Inf. 68/69 I was sl [email protected]
Cliff Rutkowski from Aiea wrote on May 22, 2020 at 16:51:
To the the 327th lost one of your SFC Edward Caper Retire Passed in Sleep at his home in Warrensburg Missouri. Survived by his wife Donna Carper and Son Collin Carper. SFC Carper Served in Vietnam in 67-68
To the the 327th lost one of your SFC Edward Caper Retire Passed in Sleep at his home in Warrensburg Missouri. Survived by his wife Donna Carper and Son Collin Carper. SFC Carper Served in Vietnam in 67-68
John Farrell from Palm Harbor wrote on May 20, 2020 at 08:54:
We are looking for a photo of a friend of ours who served with A Co 2/327 and was KIA 0n 2/24/68in Thua Thien His name is Louis Angel Colon DOB 11/1/48 From NY. We need a photo for the wall of faces .I know its a long shot as he was only in country a month when he was hit.Any information would be appreciated . I went through Basic , AIt , and Jump school with Him in Dec 1967 I went to the 502nd and Angel to the 327. John Farrell 727-735-8068 [email protected]
We are looking for a photo of a friend of ours who served with A Co 2/327 and was KIA 0n 2/24/68in Thua Thien His name is Louis Angel Colon DOB 11/1/48 From NY. We need a photo for the wall of faces .I know its a long shot as he was only in country a month when he was hit.Any information would be appreciated . I went through Basic , AIt , and Jump school with Him in Dec 1967 I went to the 502nd and Angel to the 327. John Farrell 727-735-8068 [email protected]
George Pires from Croton New York wrote on May 17, 2020 at 19:18:
With Co B 2/327 All 1970 3rd Platoon 3rd squad. [email protected]
With Co B 2/327 All 1970 3rd Platoon 3rd squad. [email protected]
Bill Monroe from Topeka KS wrote on May 9, 2020 at 10:57:
I'm looking for my Airborne brothers from 1st Brigade, Company B, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Vietnam from 1965-66, Mortar Platoon "Roadrunners Airborne Above The Rest". [email protected]
I'm looking for my Airborne brothers from 1st Brigade, Company B, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Vietnam from 1965-66, Mortar Platoon "Roadrunners Airborne Above The Rest". [email protected]
Mac Kolar from Moyock wrote on May 1, 2020 at 14:13:
I am looking for the names of the Commanders of the Division, Brigade, Regiment and Battalion levels for 2d Bn 327th Infantry, 101st Airborne during December 1967 and January 1968. Please email your response and thank you. Mac Kolar [email protected]
I am looking for the names of the Commanders of the Division, Brigade, Regiment and Battalion levels for 2d Bn 327th Infantry, 101st Airborne during December 1967 and January 1968. Please email your response and thank you. Mac Kolar [email protected]
Buster "TICK" Braley from Red Creek wrote on April 26, 2020 at 19:55:
Haven't visited this site for almost two years. It was nice to see DOC Osgood still publishing a book on the Hawk Recon 1968-1969. No slack Doc, get her done so I can purchase a copy. [email protected]
Haven't visited this site for almost two years. It was nice to see DOC Osgood still publishing a book on the Hawk Recon 1968-1969. No slack Doc, get her done so I can purchase a copy. [email protected]
laura hodge from orlando wrote on April 26, 2020 at 16:43:
Hi, my name is Laura. Did anyone know my Dad Wayne Hodge? He was 101 ST Airborne in Vietnam 1970 I believe. I cant find any records and he passed away in 2014. 🙁 [email protected]
Hi, my name is Laura. Did anyone know my Dad Wayne Hodge? He was 101 ST Airborne in Vietnam 1970 I believe. I cant find any records and he passed away in 2014. 🙁 [email protected]
Ron Lattanzi from Morgantown, WV wrote on April 26, 2020 at 12:03:
I served with A Co, 1st Bn, 327th Inf from Nov 1970 to Jul 1971. I am looking to connect with anyone who served with me during that time frame. [email protected]
I served with A Co, 1st Bn, 327th Inf from Nov 1970 to Jul 1971. I am looking to connect with anyone who served with me during that time frame. [email protected]