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Trevor Workman from Ft. Pierce wrote on February 16, 2019 at 10:12:
Hello fellow Infantrymen. Now that some of the info has been de-classified, I am trying to research a bit more about my Dad. Larry Workman who served in 74-75. The picture I have shows he was in 2nd Battalion and I know he was involved in Cambodia. He was a supply Sgt and I know he prepped LZs for supply drops in places we were'nt supposed to be. If you remember anything like that or served with my dad, please contact my email [email protected] Thanks for your service!
Hello fellow Infantrymen. Now that some of the info has been de-classified, I am trying to research a bit more about my Dad. Larry Workman who served in 74-75. The picture I have shows he was in 2nd Battalion and I know he was involved in Cambodia. He was a supply Sgt and I know he prepped LZs for supply drops in places we were'nt supposed to be. If you remember anything like that or served with my dad, please contact my email [email protected] Thanks for your service!
Dewey Smith wrote on February 16, 2019 at 07:58:
I received this request from Sofie Cortez concerning a school project on which she is working. I was unable to help her. Did anyone know SSG Leeds and would be able to help this young lady? B Co. 1/327 66/67====Above The Rest From: SOFIE CORTEZ Date: Friday, February 15, 2019 at 3:43 PM To: Subject: SSG Clyde A Leeds Dear Mr Smith, My name is Sofie Cortez, and I am a student at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. My English class is reading The Things They Carried, and is now beginning a project memorializing servicemen whose names are on the Vietnam Memorial Wall. We are commemorating lost servicemen, and I received SSG Clyde A Leeds’s name. Through my research I found your name on 327th infantry. I was wondering if you would be willing to share any memories, experiences or photos you have of Staff Sergeant Leeds that I can include in my memorial to make my tribute more personal. If you would like to see similar projects to the one I'm working on and where my memorial will eventually be posted, please visit http://virtualvietnam.eanesisd.net/. Also, please feel free to contact my teacher, Caleb Phillips at [email protected] Thank you very much for your time, Sofie Cortez
I received this request from Sofie Cortez concerning a school project on which she is working. I was unable to help her. Did anyone know SSG Leeds and would be able to help this young lady? B Co. 1/327 66/67====Above The Rest From: SOFIE CORTEZ Date: Friday, February 15, 2019 at 3:43 PM To: Subject: SSG Clyde A Leeds Dear Mr Smith, My name is Sofie Cortez, and I am a student at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. My English class is reading The Things They Carried, and is now beginning a project memorializing servicemen whose names are on the Vietnam Memorial Wall. We are commemorating lost servicemen, and I received SSG Clyde A Leeds’s name. Through my research I found your name on 327th infantry. I was wondering if you would be willing to share any memories, experiences or photos you have of Staff Sergeant Leeds that I can include in my memorial to make my tribute more personal. If you would like to see similar projects to the one I'm working on and where my memorial will eventually be posted, please visit http://virtualvietnam.eanesisd.net/. Also, please feel free to contact my teacher, Caleb Phillips at [email protected] Thank you very much for your time, Sofie Cortez
Richard Christian from Las Vegas Nevada wrote on February 14, 2019 at 01:22:
Combat medic 71 Vietnam Co C 2nd. Platoon
Combat medic 71 Vietnam Co C 2nd. Platoon
Dave Hughes from London, ON wrote on February 12, 2019 at 20:09:
Would anyone remember Spec.4 (possibly Sgt?) Robert Callen MacKenzie who was supposedly wounded in the chest during this battle and later discharged from the Army due to the wounds he received. His last duty assignment was with Co B 1st Bn(ABN) 327th Infantry. Bob later joined the Rhodesian Army in the early 1970's and served in the Rhodesian SAS. He achieved the rank of Major while in the SAS and became the most highly decorated American born soldier who served in the Rhodesian Army during the Bush War 1965-80. Bob was later killed in action while working for GSG Security Company in Sierra Leone in 1994. If you have any info please send it to me at my email address; [email protected]
Would anyone remember Spec.4 (possibly Sgt?) Robert Callen MacKenzie who was supposedly wounded in the chest during this battle and later discharged from the Army due to the wounds he received. His last duty assignment was with Co B 1st Bn(ABN) 327th Infantry. Bob later joined the Rhodesian Army in the early 1970's and served in the Rhodesian SAS. He achieved the rank of Major while in the SAS and became the most highly decorated American born soldier who served in the Rhodesian Army during the Bush War 1965-80. Bob was later killed in action while working for GSG Security Company in Sierra Leone in 1994. If you have any info please send it to me at my email address; [email protected]
Lela Bayley from Campbell, VA wrote on February 11, 2019 at 17:13:
My Father, Clarence A Bailey, Jr. was in the 327 Infantry from 1941 to 1945 . Does anyone remember him? He died at 37 years old, after the war, and we are looking for information. Thanks, Lela Bayley (Bailey)[email protected]
My Father, Clarence A Bailey, Jr. was in the 327 Infantry from 1941 to 1945 . Does anyone remember him? He died at 37 years old, after the war, and we are looking for information. Thanks, Lela Bayley (Bailey)[email protected]
ronald gallant from cocoa wrote on February 8, 2019 at 09:16:
Phillip Griglio , I was in 1st Plt .3rd Plt you guys took the full impact of the ambush. 9 KIA's and lots wounded. Bad day. I live in Fl. call me I would like to talk . Ron [email protected] Phillip, # is 321 626 7433
Phillip Griglio , I was in 1st Plt .3rd Plt you guys took the full impact of the ambush. 9 KIA's and lots wounded. Bad day. I live in Fl. call me I would like to talk . Ron [email protected] Phillip, # is 321 626 7433
PHILLIP GRIGLIO from WESTLAND wrote on February 6, 2019 at 21:41:
I spent only about a week in the 101st, the last 4 days with C co, 1/327th. Wounded twice on May 29th in a heavy fire fight. I remember the hills were labelled around 825 meters on the platoon map. The first night I spent in an abandoned VC/NVA base camp. We captured a couple five gallon tin containers of documents. 2 days later around noon made contact with the NVA on a ridge, just up from a clear saddle. Hit twice from a small machine gun after my platoon Sgt. placed me in a fire zone. Didnt realize it intil they detected me. Guy next to me took a round thru the head. 3 of us were being positioned there but the 2nd guy was dead before he took two steps. Small chance anyone will remember this event. Please email any [email protected]
I spent only about a week in the 101st, the last 4 days with C co, 1/327th. Wounded twice on May 29th in a heavy fire fight. I remember the hills were labelled around 825 meters on the platoon map. The first night I spent in an abandoned VC/NVA base camp. We captured a couple five gallon tin containers of documents. 2 days later around noon made contact with the NVA on a ridge, just up from a clear saddle. Hit twice from a small machine gun after my platoon Sgt. placed me in a fire zone. Didnt realize it intil they detected me. Guy next to me took a round thru the head. 3 of us were being positioned there but the 2nd guy was dead before he took two steps. Small chance anyone will remember this event. Please email any [email protected]
Alexander Elderbroom from Marcellus wrote on February 5, 2019 at 09:01:
Hoping to interview any veterans about coming home and time after the war for a research paper, please feel free to email me if you are [email protected]
Hoping to interview any veterans about coming home and time after the war for a research paper, please feel free to email me if you are [email protected]
AL HOESE from bisbee az wrote on January 31, 2019 at 17:35:
My wife found a Branson 2013 reunion coin while walking . Delta co 1st BN 327th INF. One of your Brothers must have lost it on a visit to our town. This SeaBee hopes to find its owner! Contact [email protected]
My wife found a Branson 2013 reunion coin while walking . Delta co 1st BN 327th INF. One of your Brothers must have lost it on a visit to our town. This SeaBee hopes to find its owner! Contact [email protected]
Geri Kolb from Blairstown, NJ wrote on January 31, 2019 at 17:29:
Looking for anyone who served with my father Marshall Post. His nickname was probably Mush. Dec 1969-March 1970 when he was wounded. He served with Daniel Brock who was KIA the same day my father was wounded. I would love to connect with his family as well. His friendship meant a lot to my father, and we honor him. My son is actually named Brock Marshall, after both these heroes. Anyway, he was in Delta Company 1-327. If you served with my dad please reach out to me. Thanks! [email protected]
Looking for anyone who served with my father Marshall Post. His nickname was probably Mush. Dec 1969-March 1970 when he was wounded. He served with Daniel Brock who was KIA the same day my father was wounded. I would love to connect with his family as well. His friendship meant a lot to my father, and we honor him. My son is actually named Brock Marshall, after both these heroes. Anyway, he was in Delta Company 1-327. If you served with my dad please reach out to me. Thanks! [email protected]
Michelle Martinez from Lincoln wrote on January 28, 2019 at 21:58:
Hello all I am still looking for people that may have served with my daddy. He was a combat medic in Vietnam from about 68 or 69 until about Sept of 70 or beginning of 71 his name was Wilhelm Babin he left for family emergency which was me lol I was born and he raised me. I remember being in Darmstadt Germany as well as Fort Hood Texas if anyone can help please. He had a wife named Roxanne whom also had a son named [email protected]
Hello all I am still looking for people that may have served with my daddy. He was a combat medic in Vietnam from about 68 or 69 until about Sept of 70 or beginning of 71 his name was Wilhelm Babin he left for family emergency which was me lol I was born and he raised me. I remember being in Darmstadt Germany as well as Fort Hood Texas if anyone can help please. He had a wife named Roxanne whom also had a son named [email protected]
Lyle King from Warren wrote on January 20, 2019 at 16:39:
Duke 66-67 I just came across My 3rd platoon picture . I have been talking to Mc Nair he was in the same platoon as me, same time. We new Sgt. Knlun, Walker, Gentel, and Andy Cap and all most all that were in pictures that was in platoon [email protected]
Duke 66-67 I just came across My 3rd platoon picture . I have been talking to Mc Nair he was in the same platoon as me, same time. We new Sgt. Knlun, Walker, Gentel, and Andy Cap and all most all that were in pictures that was in platoon [email protected]
George Newman from San Diego wrote on January 18, 2019 at 16:46:
For those unfamiliar with the Hill 86 overrun of B Company, 2/327 members in '66, I urge you to read the late Doug Fields' narrative. In fact, B Co. members had endured an earlier, equally ferocious assault on Hill 86. I was on the Hill for that one, and nearby for the more fatal night. William Frye Siegert, among the many killed in that second incident, was my friend; we had spent the day together, before I had to return to my MG position up the road. For a half-century I had wanted to make contact with Bill's family, to say he was my friend. I would learn that Bill's much younger brother and sister had been essentially barred from speaking of him upon his mother learning of his death. Memorial Day '17 I made contact with Bill's brother & sister and was able to complete my final mission: to bring Bill home to his siblings, who had longed to know of the brother they'd loved, admired and lost. Needless to say, it was a privileged, emotional moment. My thanks to then-Lts. McDonald & Meager for their insights/assistance relative to bringing all of this about. RIP, my brother. we'll meet [email protected]
For those unfamiliar with the Hill 86 overrun of B Company, 2/327 members in '66, I urge you to read the late Doug Fields' narrative. In fact, B Co. members had endured an earlier, equally ferocious assault on Hill 86. I was on the Hill for that one, and nearby for the more fatal night. William Frye Siegert, among the many killed in that second incident, was my friend; we had spent the day together, before I had to return to my MG position up the road. For a half-century I had wanted to make contact with Bill's family, to say he was my friend. I would learn that Bill's much younger brother and sister had been essentially barred from speaking of him upon his mother learning of his death. Memorial Day '17 I made contact with Bill's brother & sister and was able to complete my final mission: to bring Bill home to his siblings, who had longed to know of the brother they'd loved, admired and lost. Needless to say, it was a privileged, emotional moment. My thanks to then-Lts. McDonald & Meager for their insights/assistance relative to bringing all of this about. RIP, my brother. we'll meet [email protected]
Paul C. Daiute from Hallowell wrote on January 17, 2019 at 16:50:
PVT. Howard Putt Jr. On 20 Jul 69, my cousin, private Howard Putt Jr. was with the 101st up near the Ho Chi Minh trail. Howie was on point and was ordered to cross an open field. When his platoon approached the field the men with him informed the Lt. in charge that there were NVA in sight, the Lt. told his men that the guys they saw were ARVN. Howie was ordered to go directly across the field. Under protest Howard started across the field and within a few steps was shot through the left knee and down he went. The LT. formed the men up and a brief firefight took place over Howie's downed body. The Lt. then ordered his men into a strategic withdrawal, leaving Howie behind to become target practice for the enemy. Howard told me that they fired everything that they had at him and all the while he was bleeding out. Just when Howie was ready to give up, he felt a hand on his ankle. Howard's sergeant had come back for him and dragged Howie off the field under withering automatic weapon fire. They made it to the edge of the forest and a MEDIVAC flew in but the co-pilot was killed and the chopper withdrew from that LZ. Howard and some other wounded men were then brought into the jungle and the guys they were with took TNT from their packs and blew up some trees to make an LZ and the wounded were extracted from the scene. The sergeant was awarded the Silver Star Medal for his actions that day. If this sounds familiar to anyone, I would like to know the name of the sergeant, the co-pilot who was killed and the name of the LT.? Thanks! [email protected]
PVT. Howard Putt Jr. On 20 Jul 69, my cousin, private Howard Putt Jr. was with the 101st up near the Ho Chi Minh trail. Howie was on point and was ordered to cross an open field. When his platoon approached the field the men with him informed the Lt. in charge that there were NVA in sight, the Lt. told his men that the guys they saw were ARVN. Howie was ordered to go directly across the field. Under protest Howard started across the field and within a few steps was shot through the left knee and down he went. The LT. formed the men up and a brief firefight took place over Howie's downed body. The Lt. then ordered his men into a strategic withdrawal, leaving Howie behind to become target practice for the enemy. Howard told me that they fired everything that they had at him and all the while he was bleeding out. Just when Howie was ready to give up, he felt a hand on his ankle. Howard's sergeant had come back for him and dragged Howie off the field under withering automatic weapon fire. They made it to the edge of the forest and a MEDIVAC flew in but the co-pilot was killed and the chopper withdrew from that LZ. Howard and some other wounded men were then brought into the jungle and the guys they were with took TNT from their packs and blew up some trees to make an LZ and the wounded were extracted from the scene. The sergeant was awarded the Silver Star Medal for his actions that day. If this sounds familiar to anyone, I would like to know the name of the sergeant, the co-pilot who was killed and the name of the LT.? Thanks! [email protected]
Robert E Nevins from Greenwich wrote on January 15, 2019 at 19:18:
Today 15 Jan 2019....15 Jan 1971 I was one of the Pilots of the Eagle Dustoff crew shot down by an RPG attempting a rescue of 7 troops of the 327 near FSB Rifle. Anybody know who they were? One I put in the litter before we all got pulled out was a double amputee. Never forgot ! [email protected]
Today 15 Jan 2019....15 Jan 1971 I was one of the Pilots of the Eagle Dustoff crew shot down by an RPG attempting a rescue of 7 troops of the 327 near FSB Rifle. Anybody know who they were? One I put in the litter before we all got pulled out was a double amputee. Never forgot ! [email protected]
Linda Brady from Sioux Falls wrote on January 15, 2019 at 17:59:
My husband Sgt Dennis J Brady was with the 101st Airborne Division - 1st Battalion - 327th Infantry - Company B in Vietnam from 18 Jan 68 to 4 Nov 69. He passed away on 7 May 18. He was injured on 11 Dec 68 on Hill 602. I am trying to find the location of the hill so I can put a name to it. He died of Parkinson's - Dementia all related back to that injury & exposure to agent orange. I am trying to write down what I know of his time serving for our grown children and our five grandchildren so his story can go on. Any help would be [email protected]
My husband Sgt Dennis J Brady was with the 101st Airborne Division - 1st Battalion - 327th Infantry - Company B in Vietnam from 18 Jan 68 to 4 Nov 69. He passed away on 7 May 18. He was injured on 11 Dec 68 on Hill 602. I am trying to find the location of the hill so I can put a name to it. He died of Parkinson's - Dementia all related back to that injury & exposure to agent orange. I am trying to write down what I know of his time serving for our grown children and our five grandchildren so his story can go on. Any help would be [email protected]
Erick W. Miller from Apache Junction, Arizona wrote on January 13, 2019 at 10:07:
There are still some of the surviving troops whom I have not contacted. It'd be good to get in touch. B-Co 1st PLT 1st 327 Find me on Face Book or send a message me at: [email protected] Looking for a friend? I might have contact info for [email protected]
There are still some of the surviving troops whom I have not contacted. It'd be good to get in touch. B-Co 1st PLT 1st 327 Find me on Face Book or send a message me at: [email protected] Looking for a friend? I might have contact info for [email protected]
Shontae Negron wrote on January 11, 2019 at 18:18:
Hello, My Dad was Colbert "Little Joe" Negron (NYC), I'd love to meet any other Vietnam brothers he served with. I did have the pleasure of hearing from Ron Gallant, but if there is anyone else who knew my Dad during his tours, I'd love to connect. [email protected] Thank all of you for your years of sacrifice & service!! Blessings~
Hello, My Dad was Colbert "Little Joe" Negron (NYC), I'd love to meet any other Vietnam brothers he served with. I did have the pleasure of hearing from Ron Gallant, but if there is anyone else who knew my Dad during his tours, I'd love to connect. [email protected] Thank all of you for your years of sacrifice & service!! Blessings~
Jim Wilson from Lodi, CA wrote on December 31, 2018 at 16:38:
Here's wishing all the Grunts of our time a safe 2018 New Years eve and a prosperous and happy 2019. I'm sure all of you are like me, grateful that you made it back alive, but forever equally grateful for the time you served with our hero brothers that fell and will be in our hearts and minds till we cross the river and see them again. "NO SLACK" and Happy New YEAR! Jim Wilson, B/2/327 66-67
Here's wishing all the Grunts of our time a safe 2018 New Years eve and a prosperous and happy 2019. I'm sure all of you are like me, grateful that you made it back alive, but forever equally grateful for the time you served with our hero brothers that fell and will be in our hearts and minds till we cross the river and see them again. "NO SLACK" and Happy New YEAR! Jim Wilson, B/2/327 66-67
Paul Byrnes from Bingham wrote on December 28, 2018 at 07:18:
After Jump School, sent to Vietnam: spent 18 months serving with B Company 1/327 (Abn) and HHC 1/327 )Jun67 - Jan69)................................ Paul Byrnes... [email protected]
After Jump School, sent to Vietnam: spent 18 months serving with B Company 1/327 (Abn) and HHC 1/327 )Jun67 - Jan69)................................ Paul Byrnes... [email protected]
Jos Groen from Haren wrote on December 28, 2018 at 02:33:
Dear 327th Infantry Veterans; My name is LTC Groen (Royal Dutch Army). Recently, I have created a FB-page which focuses on the book I started to research and write since October 2016. The month before, I met Dick Klein (HQ Co/3/501), Guy Whidden (HQ Co/502), and Jim 'Pee Wee' Martin (G Co/506) in the Netherlands. After speaking with them, and seeing the great DVD Doug Barber has made of Jim's WWII experiences, I was really inspired. I wanted to put these stories together in a book and after consulting the renowned WW II 101 AD historian Mark Bando, I travelled to the US in March 2017 to conduct my in-depth interviews. Since then, I am not only working hard on the book, but I am also collaborating with the Patriot Foundation and the Screaming Eagles Foundation as we want to raise as much money as possible to set up scholarships for children of families of veterans who have been hit by the recent War on Global Terrorism. We try to do so not only by using the (future) revenues of the book but also through the currently running Christmas funding campaign. I will try to keep you updated on all the activities I conduct in the upcoming period up to the release of the book. I hope you will not only enjoy all these stories but that you are also willing to share the message about this book and the funding project with your families, friends and within any available social media. Thank you for your support, on behalf of the Patriot Foundation and the Screaming Eagles Foundation. [email protected](https://www.facebook.com/3ofthelastscreamingeagles/)
Dear 327th Infantry Veterans; My name is LTC Groen (Royal Dutch Army). Recently, I have created a FB-page which focuses on the book I started to research and write since October 2016. The month before, I met Dick Klein (HQ Co/3/501), Guy Whidden (HQ Co/502), and Jim 'Pee Wee' Martin (G Co/506) in the Netherlands. After speaking with them, and seeing the great DVD Doug Barber has made of Jim's WWII experiences, I was really inspired. I wanted to put these stories together in a book and after consulting the renowned WW II 101 AD historian Mark Bando, I travelled to the US in March 2017 to conduct my in-depth interviews. Since then, I am not only working hard on the book, but I am also collaborating with the Patriot Foundation and the Screaming Eagles Foundation as we want to raise as much money as possible to set up scholarships for children of families of veterans who have been hit by the recent War on Global Terrorism. We try to do so not only by using the (future) revenues of the book but also through the currently running Christmas funding campaign. I will try to keep you updated on all the activities I conduct in the upcoming period up to the release of the book. I hope you will not only enjoy all these stories but that you are also willing to share the message about this book and the funding project with your families, friends and within any available social media. Thank you for your support, on behalf of the Patriot Foundation and the Screaming Eagles Foundation. [email protected](https://www.facebook.com/3ofthelastscreamingeagles/)
Tom Cleland from Roscoe wrote on December 25, 2018 at 16:56:
I had the pleasure of serving with great guys from both Alpha Co. 2/327th, 2/70 - 4/70 & Charlie Co. 2/327th, 4/70 - 9/70. Went home on emergency leave, fortunately, didn't have to come back. Can't believe it's been almost 50 years; sometimes it seems like it was only yesterday! Merry Christmas & Welcome Home to all those with whom I served!...... [email protected]
I had the pleasure of serving with great guys from both Alpha Co. 2/327th, 2/70 - 4/70 & Charlie Co. 2/327th, 4/70 - 9/70. Went home on emergency leave, fortunately, didn't have to come back. Can't believe it's been almost 50 years; sometimes it seems like it was only yesterday! Merry Christmas & Welcome Home to all those with whom I served!...... [email protected]
D. Anthony Mande from San Diego, CA wrote on December 24, 2018 at 20:21:
I remember: Steve Pohancek, Anthony A. Brese, Gregory W. Felker, Larry M. Heen, Calvin D. Mack, Vern Eric Odem Jr., Thomas G. Noble, Paul J. D'Amato, Kenneth Griffin, Jamie Laboy, Michael R. Nuggent, Wesley Phillips. You Are not forgotten. God Bless B Battery 2/11 101st Airborne. 12/24/70
I remember: Steve Pohancek, Anthony A. Brese, Gregory W. Felker, Larry M. Heen, Calvin D. Mack, Vern Eric Odem Jr., Thomas G. Noble, Paul J. D'Amato, Kenneth Griffin, Jamie Laboy, Michael R. Nuggent, Wesley Phillips. You Are not forgotten. God Bless B Battery 2/11 101st Airborne. 12/24/70
Bruce G, Thompson from Oxnard Ca. wrote on December 23, 2018 at 19:48:
Pat Noonan, greetings my friend....hope your well!
Pat Noonan, greetings my friend....hope your well!
Cherie Galarneaux from Clovis, NM wrote on December 9, 2018 at 03:21:
I am wondering if anyone remembers my father Harry Peter Galarneaux III? [email protected]
I am wondering if anyone remembers my father Harry Peter Galarneaux III? [email protected]
Jerry Berry from Libby, MT wrote on December 5, 2018 at 10:36:
Hello Combat Brothers, I am attempting to bring some closure to the KIA family of one of our Currahee members and "No Slack" member (69-70) - SP4 Earnest L. Moore, rifleman, killed on May 10, 1970, with our B Co. in Cambodia. SP4 Ernest had transferred to our 3-506th on April 17, 1970, specifically for the Operation Binh Tay I in May 1970. Very little is known about Ernest. I did a write-up about him in my book "Twelve Days In May" (the Cambodia Operation) and in "My Gift To You" (stories of each of the members of the 3-506th KIA in Vietnam & Cambodia). If any of you served with Ernest Moore and knew him, please contact me--it is very important. We had a lot of "No Slackers" transferred in and out of our 3-506. We invite you to visit our website and 3-506th Facebook Vietnam Group. Jerry in Montana [email protected] Bn PIO, 3-506th 1st Bde, 101st Abn. Vietnam 1967-68 AIRBORNE!
Hello Combat Brothers, I am attempting to bring some closure to the KIA family of one of our Currahee members and "No Slack" member (69-70) - SP4 Earnest L. Moore, rifleman, killed on May 10, 1970, with our B Co. in Cambodia. SP4 Ernest had transferred to our 3-506th on April 17, 1970, specifically for the Operation Binh Tay I in May 1970. Very little is known about Ernest. I did a write-up about him in my book "Twelve Days In May" (the Cambodia Operation) and in "My Gift To You" (stories of each of the members of the 3-506th KIA in Vietnam & Cambodia). If any of you served with Ernest Moore and knew him, please contact me--it is very important. We had a lot of "No Slackers" transferred in and out of our 3-506. We invite you to visit our website and 3-506th Facebook Vietnam Group. Jerry in Montana [email protected] Bn PIO, 3-506th 1st Bde, 101st Abn. Vietnam 1967-68 AIRBORNE!
joseph e genereux from ORMOND BEACH wrote on November 9, 2018 at 09:34:
I SENT YOU A PICTURE OF A-CO IN 65-66 TIME FRAME. I DONT SEE IT ON YOUR SITE. DID YOU LOSE IT??
I SENT YOU A PICTURE OF A-CO IN 65-66 TIME FRAME. I DONT SEE IT ON YOUR SITE. DID YOU LOSE IT??
Tony Georgakis from Jamestown, NY wrote on November 5, 2018 at 16:58:
Two comments/questions: Was in an orphaned Met team officially attached to the 1/83rd FA on FSB Roy (Nov 69-mid ’70). You guys (101st) set up after 1/83rd 8” moved off the hill. Recall was called into your TOC for a briefing and got kicked out told to “shave”. Question… Japanese guy in there staring at a semi-circular black screen with range markings on it…what the hell was that ??? Was on FSB Tomahawk running pieballs (mid 1970). You guys chinooked in several 105’s and trucked in a 155. We sent up a balloon at midnite with flaming packing soaked in diesel. Started tracking with theodolite, was yelling balloon azimuths/elevation readings to recording partner… all hell broke loose, you guys ran to 105s started firing into the night.… anybody remember ??? Did "we" cause that ??? [email protected]
Two comments/questions: Was in an orphaned Met team officially attached to the 1/83rd FA on FSB Roy (Nov 69-mid ’70). You guys (101st) set up after 1/83rd 8” moved off the hill. Recall was called into your TOC for a briefing and got kicked out told to “shave”. Question… Japanese guy in there staring at a semi-circular black screen with range markings on it…what the hell was that ??? Was on FSB Tomahawk running pieballs (mid 1970). You guys chinooked in several 105’s and trucked in a 155. We sent up a balloon at midnite with flaming packing soaked in diesel. Started tracking with theodolite, was yelling balloon azimuths/elevation readings to recording partner… all hell broke loose, you guys ran to 105s started firing into the night.… anybody remember ??? Did "we" cause that ??? [email protected]
Ed Elliott from Butler, Pa. 16001 wrote on November 4, 2018 at 19:20:
I personally want to thank all vets who served , and wanted to reach out to anyone who may have served with my brother James A. Elliott who served from June '69 thru May '70 with the 2nd Bn. 327 Inf. in Vietnam. Thank you all so much. [email protected]
I personally want to thank all vets who served , and wanted to reach out to anyone who may have served with my brother James A. Elliott who served from June '69 thru May '70 with the 2nd Bn. 327 Inf. in Vietnam. Thank you all so much. [email protected]
Jimmie D Robinson from Kelso, WA. wrote on October 24, 2018 at 13:01:
I was with the 101st at the time of the crash. Myself and a couple of others were on a in country R&R in De Nang and we missed our return flight that day by 10 minutes. I still think about how fortunate I was. May the other ones not so lucky rest in peace and I thank them for their service. [email protected]
I was with the 101st at the time of the crash. Myself and a couple of others were on a in country R&R in De Nang and we missed our return flight that day by 10 minutes. I still think about how fortunate I was. May the other ones not so lucky rest in peace and I thank them for their service. [email protected]
John R Price from st Pete Fla. wrote on October 17, 2018 at 14:11:
Pfc Hill was a m60 Gunner I Learned Later that he may have been Killed in 68 .. my Wife talked me into going to see Platoon and a young man that had to be Hills son stared at me like he wanted to talk to me but he never did in 68 I was turning 20 as of Hill but this young man was like he was 18 or so we were in the 101st went over with the whole unit so many lost .. I trained Forward Observers not on purpose just they would send me a RTO .. but I carried my own Radio … after my RTO was killed in a point attack I could not let that happen again so for about 7 months I put the target on my Back … a lot of point attacks later I survived but I never had another RTO killed again …. this still Haunts me I see it and other thing day and night but I have a Great wife that listens to me …... [email protected]
Pfc Hill was a m60 Gunner I Learned Later that he may have been Killed in 68 .. my Wife talked me into going to see Platoon and a young man that had to be Hills son stared at me like he wanted to talk to me but he never did in 68 I was turning 20 as of Hill but this young man was like he was 18 or so we were in the 101st went over with the whole unit so many lost .. I trained Forward Observers not on purpose just they would send me a RTO .. but I carried my own Radio … after my RTO was killed in a point attack I could not let that happen again so for about 7 months I put the target on my Back … a lot of point attacks later I survived but I never had another RTO killed again …. this still Haunts me I see it and other thing day and night but I have a Great wife that listens to me …... [email protected]
John R Price from St Pete Fla wrote on October 16, 2018 at 14:29:
Sgt Forward Observer 67-69.. was with many units Fire Base Gloria was one …...
Sgt Forward Observer 67-69.. was with many units Fire Base Gloria was one …...
james coleman from Tampa wrote on October 11, 2018 at 18:17:
To anyone who remember Sgt. Lobo of "B" 2/327 killed in action in 1968
To anyone who remember Sgt. Lobo of "B" 2/327 killed in action in 1968
Gerry Barnes from Fernandina Beach, FL wrote on October 11, 2018 at 15:59:
With 2/327 from late summer 1970 for almost 14 months. Started as S2 for a couple of months, then assumed command of B Company. Took the Company into the Ashau valley, and OPCON to 3rd Brigade for LamSon 719, and elsewhere.
With 2/327 from late summer 1970 for almost 14 months. Started as S2 for a couple of months, then assumed command of B Company. Took the Company into the Ashau valley, and OPCON to 3rd Brigade for LamSon 719, and elsewhere.
john harrison from Washington, DC wrote on October 11, 2018 at 06:46:
Excellent article by Tom Lickness.
Excellent article by Tom Lickness.
sg. Vick from yorktown wrote on October 10, 2018 at 21:13:
Just wanted to fine someone to talk too? ([email protected])
Just wanted to fine someone to talk too? ([email protected])
Richard Deam from Seal Rock OR wrote on October 9, 2018 at 12:25:
Served w 2/327 from 8/71 to 4/72. Platoon leader, S3 Air and Cmdr B co. Long time ago....Happy to be alive. Dick Deam LTC Ret ([email protected])
Served w 2/327 from 8/71 to 4/72. Platoon leader, S3 Air and Cmdr B co. Long time ago....Happy to be alive. Dick Deam LTC Ret ([email protected])
CHARLES WALLACE wrote on September 28, 2018 at 19:51:
Would like to throw a prayer for FRANK DeVencenzo [[email protected]]served with c co 1/327 in 68 he was the 60 gunner who wore his helmet back wards on oct 4th he's going for his second brain surgery our prays with FRANK
Would like to throw a prayer for FRANK DeVencenzo [[email protected]]served with c co 1/327 in 68 he was the 60 gunner who wore his helmet back wards on oct 4th he's going for his second brain surgery our prays with FRANK
Kim Crumb from Forestville wrote on September 24, 2018 at 20:20:
To Steve McMurray; A couple of combat engineers helped clear O.P. Destroyer with us out near the Ashau in March of '71. Did you know anyone who went by the nickname, "Gator?" I still have a picture of him on the little hill holding a chainsaw.
To Steve McMurray; A couple of combat engineers helped clear O.P. Destroyer with us out near the Ashau in March of '71. Did you know anyone who went by the nickname, "Gator?" I still have a picture of him on the little hill holding a chainsaw.
Steve McMurray from Maryville,Tn wrote on September 22, 2018 at 09:57:
Anyone know of a Bob Martin with 101st in the Ashua? He is from Maryville, TN He was my cousin and passed away 3yrs ago I was with the 27th combat engineers on FSB Veghal 70 or 71 Can't remember Was there when the dopers on guard started firing into the jungle 101st was on patrol and came on the radio that they were firing into their position and if the did not stop, they would return fire.
Anyone know of a Bob Martin with 101st in the Ashua? He is from Maryville, TN He was my cousin and passed away 3yrs ago I was with the 27th combat engineers on FSB Veghal 70 or 71 Can't remember Was there when the dopers on guard started firing into the jungle 101st was on patrol and came on the radio that they were firing into their position and if the did not stop, they would return fire.
David Babin from pasadena tx wrote on September 16, 2018 at 19:22:
looking for any one who remembers me. I served with 327th inf from may 1967 until I was wounded on july 26, 1967 David Babin [email protected]
looking for any one who remembers me. I served with 327th inf from may 1967 until I was wounded on july 26, 1967 David Babin [email protected]
Peg Decker from New Glarus wrote on September 10, 2018 at 17:28:
My husband served in Viet Nam on Hamburger Hill...looking for anyone who may remember "Yankee" from Connecticut! Thx [email protected]
My husband served in Viet Nam on Hamburger Hill...looking for anyone who may remember "Yankee" from Connecticut! Thx [email protected]
Richard Rocha from Las Vegas wrote on September 10, 2018 at 12:59:
Looking for anyone that served with my brother, Rudolfo L. Rocha, (Rudy) A Co. 1967-1968 . KIA 3-24-1968. I served 173rd 2/503rd 1966-1967.
Looking for anyone that served with my brother, Rudolfo L. Rocha, (Rudy) A Co. 1967-1968 . KIA 3-24-1968. I served 173rd 2/503rd 1966-1967.
David Hall from Middletown wrote on September 3, 2018 at 19:31:
Forgot to add that dad (Bruce E Hall) was 101st airborne screaming eagles. Sorry I didn’t add this before the way the army names and arranges it’s units confuses the hell out of this Marine. Thank you.
Forgot to add that dad (Bruce E Hall) was 101st airborne screaming eagles. Sorry I didn’t add this before the way the army names and arranges it’s units confuses the hell out of this Marine. Thank you.
David Hall from Middletown wrote on September 3, 2018 at 19:21:
First of all I’d like to thank all you brothers in arms. I’m looking for any who has any information about my father. His name was Bruce E Hall he was in Company D 1st Battalion 327th Infantry don’t know what his nickname was or if he had one. He was a point man and tunnel rat. He was in country 69-70. He was severely wounded in March of 70. That is all that I know except of a few incidents that dad talked about. I lost him Christmas of 2002 he was 52. Would love to know anything about areas he was in and people he was with. He and all you Vietnam vets where my hero’s growing up. I served in the Marine Corps and fought in desert shield and desert storm. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Once thank you very much from a humble jarhead. [email protected]
First of all I’d like to thank all you brothers in arms. I’m looking for any who has any information about my father. His name was Bruce E Hall he was in Company D 1st Battalion 327th Infantry don’t know what his nickname was or if he had one. He was a point man and tunnel rat. He was in country 69-70. He was severely wounded in March of 70. That is all that I know except of a few incidents that dad talked about. I lost him Christmas of 2002 he was 52. Would love to know anything about areas he was in and people he was with. He and all you Vietnam vets where my hero’s growing up. I served in the Marine Corps and fought in desert shield and desert storm. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Once thank you very much from a humble jarhead. [email protected]
Trudy Fleming from Brattleboro wrote on September 3, 2018 at 13:53:
Please forward this to Joe Navelesi, I think of you often. Remember that art show in Balboa Park .it made me feel like I was in the midst of the terror of Vietnam...I honor you for who you are and what leadership you gave this country.
Please forward this to Joe Navelesi, I think of you often. Remember that art show in Balboa Park .it made me feel like I was in the midst of the terror of Vietnam...I honor you for who you are and what leadership you gave this country.
David J. Markham wrote on August 31, 2018 at 20:14:
Hey Delta Troops, Just posted a page from one of yours. Take a look his page, https://www.327infantry.org/george-f-cimba/ If you know him give him a holler. David J.
Hey Delta Troops, Just posted a page from one of yours. Take a look his page, https://www.327infantry.org/george-f-cimba/ If you know him give him a holler. David J.
Ronald W Stuck from SAN JOSE wrote on August 31, 2018 at 08:04:
My older brother David Stuck was in the 1st 327. His nickname was "Cherry Boy", or that's what was embroidered on his boonie hat. Does anyone remember him? [email protected]
My older brother David Stuck was in the 1st 327. His nickname was "Cherry Boy", or that's what was embroidered on his boonie hat. Does anyone remember him? [email protected]