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Kim Crumb from Forestville wrote on November 19, 2017 at 14:14:
Hey Wayne, glad to hear you got back to The World, and are doing all right! I remember Mack's gun squad, you and those guys, especially, "Kinky," or "Kinks." The first time I heard him over our landline at the FDC using his sort of 'gayesque' faked accent I thought, "WTFO?"
Hey Wayne, glad to hear you got back to The World, and are doing all right! I remember Mack's gun squad, you and those guys, especially, "Kinky," or "Kinks." The first time I heard him over our landline at the FDC using his sort of 'gayesque' faked accent I thought, "WTFO?"
dindyal rampersaud from brooklyn ny wrote on November 17, 2017 at 19:00:
Served 1983 to 1986. HHC 1/327 infantry. Anyone can send me an email if you remembered me from the mess hall
Served 1983 to 1986. HHC 1/327 infantry. Anyone can send me an email if you remembered me from the mess hall
Elizabeth Groom from Westminster wrote on November 14, 2017 at 19:14:
Devon Johnson posted about Bobby Groom and is trying to get in touch with me. I can't find a way to contact you! Please use my email : [email protected] Need to talk with you!
Devon Johnson posted about Bobby Groom and is trying to get in touch with me. I can't find a way to contact you! Please use my email : [email protected] Need to talk with you!
Raymond Howard from Lawton wrote on November 14, 2017 at 10:06:
Pointman,c 1st 327 July 67 to68
Pointman,c 1st 327 July 67 to68
John Venters from Campbellsville wrote on November 11, 2017 at 22:29:
Served in C 1/506 Dec 67 till spring 68, went to A 2/327 spring 68 later to D 2/327 when it changed from Weapons Company to a line company. Charger Bn Commander.Names escape me. Tarpley , Sgt Collins, Sgt Baldwin,
Served in C 1/506 Dec 67 till spring 68, went to A 2/327 spring 68 later to D 2/327 when it changed from Weapons Company to a line company. Charger Bn Commander.Names escape me. Tarpley , Sgt Collins, Sgt Baldwin,
Amy OConnor from San Diego wrote on November 11, 2017 at 13:59:
My Dad, Joseph O'Connor was company commander for A company 2nd battalion 327th infantry regiment 101st airborne. Arrived in Vietnam March 1967. Anybody out there know my Dad?
My Dad, Joseph O'Connor was company commander for A company 2nd battalion 327th infantry regiment 101st airborne. Arrived in Vietnam March 1967. Anybody out there know my Dad?
Jade Pearl from Nha Trang/TX wrote on November 10, 2017 at 14:02:
THANK YOU TO ALL VIETNAM VETERANS FOR YOUR SERVICE TO AMERICA AND RSVN. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
THANK YOU TO ALL VIETNAM VETERANS FOR YOUR SERVICE TO AMERICA AND RSVN. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
Israel aponte from Laporte wrote on November 9, 2017 at 18:27:
Got wounded twice, I was wounded a second time by an ARA that killed our lieutenant. May 6, 1966 after we were ambushed.
Got wounded twice, I was wounded a second time by an ARA that killed our lieutenant. May 6, 1966 after we were ambushed.
Wayne Shaw from Troy NC wrote on November 6, 2017 at 22:21:
Kim I don't know if you remember me or not but I served with you in Vietnam. I was in Mac's squad as a gunner , I got to Vietnam in August of 71. I want to thank you for helping me to adjust to being there. I had a blue photo album and you marked where we were on it for me .I remember you , Mac, Kinky, Hunter, Renny, Mustang and a cook I think his name was Floyd he would cook bacon sandwiches sometimes at night. I too think about the Chinook day. I met a guy at the fire base we were on Richard Garettson he was on the flight, I talked to his brother years ago. I also had a friend I went to A.I.T. with Jimmy Davis he was with D/502 who went to the crash site. He said the site was a bad scene, they thought the Chinook was shot down. I hope you are doing ok, I'm ok I guess after we got back to Camp Eagle I was sent to Fire Base Jack. When 327 came home I went to C/501 , then to the 196 LIB in Da Nang coming home in June of 72. Thanks again for helping me to adjust to Vietnam.
Kim I don't know if you remember me or not but I served with you in Vietnam. I was in Mac's squad as a gunner , I got to Vietnam in August of 71. I want to thank you for helping me to adjust to being there. I had a blue photo album and you marked where we were on it for me .I remember you , Mac, Kinky, Hunter, Renny, Mustang and a cook I think his name was Floyd he would cook bacon sandwiches sometimes at night. I too think about the Chinook day. I met a guy at the fire base we were on Richard Garettson he was on the flight, I talked to his brother years ago. I also had a friend I went to A.I.T. with Jimmy Davis he was with D/502 who went to the crash site. He said the site was a bad scene, they thought the Chinook was shot down. I hope you are doing ok, I'm ok I guess after we got back to Camp Eagle I was sent to Fire Base Jack. When 327 came home I went to C/501 , then to the 196 LIB in Da Nang coming home in June of 72. Thanks again for helping me to adjust to Vietnam.
Kim Crumb from Forestville wrote on November 5, 2017 at 19:19:
I was just checking out the site and was looking over Charles Perry's photos. There's is a shot of him next to the sign I painted for our 81mm "Light Horse" mortar unit when we got back for some rest at a Fire Base. If you look closely you can see I spelled "fabulous" wrong. Sergeant (E-7) Wilbur Martin was our platoon sergeant, had put together the largest mortar unit in Vietnam (11 tubes and squads) at the time and was a hell of a guy.
I was just checking out the site and was looking over Charles Perry's photos. There's is a shot of him next to the sign I painted for our 81mm "Light Horse" mortar unit when we got back for some rest at a Fire Base. If you look closely you can see I spelled "fabulous" wrong. Sergeant (E-7) Wilbur Martin was our platoon sergeant, had put together the largest mortar unit in Vietnam (11 tubes and squads) at the time and was a hell of a guy.
james malone from goodspring,tenn. wrote on November 4, 2017 at 11:09:
I was with "E" 2/327th [hawk recon]I was to get on that bird, but not enough room so we got on next bird thank God.
I was with "E" 2/327th [hawk recon]I was to get on that bird, but not enough room so we got on next bird thank God.
Kim Crumb from Forestville wrote on November 2, 2017 at 23:38:
This is for William Jackson. I was with the E 1/327th when the Chinook took off into the low thick overcast at and crashed in November of '71. It was never made clear to us whether the Chinook was shot down or flew into a mountain.
This is for William Jackson. I was with the E 1/327th when the Chinook took off into the low thick overcast at and crashed in November of '71. It was never made clear to us whether the Chinook was shot down or flew into a mountain.
Jade Pearl from Nha Trang wrote on October 30, 2017 at 13:14:
Attn: Robert P. Huchinson (101st Airborne) (served 3 tours in Vietnam Jan 66-May 68 at Camp Holloway in Pleiku & Nha Trang Air Base). Dear Mr. Robert P. Hutchinson, Please contact me ASAP regarding Mrs. Barbara Hutchinson. Jade Pearl
Attn: Robert P. Huchinson (101st Airborne) (served 3 tours in Vietnam Jan 66-May 68 at Camp Holloway in Pleiku & Nha Trang Air Base). Dear Mr. Robert P. Hutchinson, Please contact me ASAP regarding Mrs. Barbara Hutchinson. Jade Pearl
Jim Wilson from Lodi Ca. wrote on October 27, 2017 at 20:24:
This response is to Ranger Tom Carpenter. The answer to your question about what No Slack Bravo company was called in Viet Nam, was indeed "The Road Runners"
This response is to Ranger Tom Carpenter. The answer to your question about what No Slack Bravo company was called in Viet Nam, was indeed "The Road Runners"
Joe Barbero from Billings wrote on October 25, 2017 at 20:51:
This is directed to Mike. Your question on what 155 battery was in your picture. This was B battery, of the 2/11. I served as Chief of Section on gun 6. The 155 closest in your picture. Probably there from 1/71 to 8/71.
This is directed to Mike. Your question on what 155 battery was in your picture. This was B battery, of the 2/11. I served as Chief of Section on gun 6. The 155 closest in your picture. Probably there from 1/71 to 8/71.
Craig Cornett from Dayton, Ky wrote on October 21, 2017 at 20:06:
Anybody served in Bravo Co. or CSC (Tow missle) during Aug '76-Jan'78 give me a shout! Above the Rest!
Anybody served in Bravo Co. or CSC (Tow missle) during Aug '76-Jan'78 give me a shout! Above the Rest!
DAVID BUCHANAN from Fairview, N.C. wrote on October 20, 2017 at 14:19:
I am trying to locate anyone that served with me at Fort Campbell. I was in Delta Co. 1/327th Anti-Tank Plt. from Dec. 1973 until October 1976. I can be reached at [email protected]
I am trying to locate anyone that served with me at Fort Campbell. I was in Delta Co. 1/327th Anti-Tank Plt. from Dec. 1973 until October 1976. I can be reached at [email protected]
Doug Larabel from Grand Rapids, Michigan wrote on October 20, 2017 at 08:10:
Just checking in, ABU 1967 DEROSED Jan 28 68. One lucky man.
Just checking in, ABU 1967 DEROSED Jan 28 68. One lucky man.
Steve (Python) Campbell from Chattanooga, TN wrote on October 18, 2017 at 18:24:
Nov 1966 to May 1968 Charlie 2nd 327
Nov 1966 to May 1968 Charlie 2nd 327
Jade Pearl from Nha Trang/Texas wrote on October 13, 2017 at 12:35:
To: ROBERT P. HUTCHINSON (Flushing, NY?) (17th Combat Aviation Group-Nha Trang '68; ABU Co. 1/327th Inf. Reg. 101st Abn Div. - Apr '67-Jan '68; 604th Trans. Co. (ADS) Camp Holloway-Pleiku-Nha Trang '66-'67; C Co. 3rd Bn, 187th Inf. Rakkasan Dec'65-Jan '66). Please contact me anytime ASAP if you are reachable.
To: ROBERT P. HUTCHINSON (Flushing, NY?) (17th Combat Aviation Group-Nha Trang '68; ABU Co. 1/327th Inf. Reg. 101st Abn Div. - Apr '67-Jan '68; 604th Trans. Co. (ADS) Camp Holloway-Pleiku-Nha Trang '66-'67; C Co. 3rd Bn, 187th Inf. Rakkasan Dec'65-Jan '66). Please contact me anytime ASAP if you are reachable.
Walt Stachowicz from Inverness wrote on October 4, 2017 at 18:21:
Doug Field, a Distinguished Member of the Regiment, passed away today from a massive stroke. He was my brother-in-law, a brother in arms, a true gentleman, and a great friend. Our sympathies go out to his wife, Arline, and his son, Brian, along with his step-daughter, Kellie, and her family. No Slack!
Doug Field, a Distinguished Member of the Regiment, passed away today from a massive stroke. He was my brother-in-law, a brother in arms, a true gentleman, and a great friend. Our sympathies go out to his wife, Arline, and his son, Brian, along with his step-daughter, Kellie, and her family. No Slack!
Devon Johnson from Bridgeville wrote on October 2, 2017 at 10:07:
Trying to reach Elizabeth Groom. Cousin of Robert Groom. My father spoke if him fondly and i believe was with him when he was killed.
Trying to reach Elizabeth Groom. Cousin of Robert Groom. My father spoke if him fondly and i believe was with him when he was killed.
Devon Johnson from Bridgeville wrote on October 2, 2017 at 09:09:
Look for anyone who may have know my father. John T. Johnson. Company C, 17 June through 16 June 1968.
Look for anyone who may have know my father. John T. Johnson. Company C, 17 June through 16 June 1968.
Roger Hanson from ROSEBURG wrote on September 28, 2017 at 00:35:
Rene A. Gosselin from Langdon North Dakota is my uncle. He was a medic with A company 1/327 101airborne Wounded in action on June 17 1966 Can anyone recall which operation that was in and does anybody remember him .
Rene A. Gosselin from Langdon North Dakota is my uncle. He was a medic with A company 1/327 101airborne Wounded in action on June 17 1966 Can anyone recall which operation that was in and does anybody remember him .
Amanda Eady from Bradenton wrote on September 27, 2017 at 10:20:
David P Wernet was my uncle who served in Vietnam and lost his life there in 1967, I'm here researching information about him and would like to share that information with my son and other family members to keep his memory alive. Thank you all for your service and sacrifice, I am eternally grateful
David P Wernet was my uncle who served in Vietnam and lost his life there in 1967, I'm here researching information about him and would like to share that information with my son and other family members to keep his memory alive. Thank you all for your service and sacrifice, I am eternally grateful
Jack Thomas from White Bluff TN wrote on September 21, 2017 at 22:36:
I was proud to serve with D Co. 2nd Plt. 1970-71.
I was proud to serve with D Co. 2nd Plt. 1970-71.
Brown, Clarence F. from Columbia, South Carolina wrote on September 21, 2017 at 13:07:
I served as an ammo bearer with company B. 1/327 from 1965 to 1966. Upon my arrival Capt. Hiser was our CO. No one talks a lot about Operation Hawthorne in the Central Highland from June 2, 1966 to June 19, 1966 and about what we had to endure.
I served as an ammo bearer with company B. 1/327 from 1965 to 1966. Upon my arrival Capt. Hiser was our CO. No one talks a lot about Operation Hawthorne in the Central Highland from June 2, 1966 to June 19, 1966 and about what we had to endure.
Dave Reinheimer from STL.MO wrote on September 19, 2017 at 16:04:
Very Nice site showing the best of Brotherhood, we are still going strong with bi-annual reunions, some still attending there 1st. ONLY have to do that one 1 time..!! Safe Travels
Very Nice site showing the best of Brotherhood, we are still going strong with bi-annual reunions, some still attending there 1st. ONLY have to do that one 1 time..!! Safe Travels
albert wrote on September 7, 2017 at 23:13:
I recall I was on a 105 and also RTO for FO with the 1st. inf till they began to leave country. i had to man the 155s after that with my band, and thereafter i had to leave the country
I recall I was on a 105 and also RTO for FO with the 1st. inf till they began to leave country. i had to man the 155s after that with my band, and thereafter i had to leave the country
Agustin from Acosta wrote on September 7, 2017 at 16:52:
I served with 1st Platoon, A/2/327th from Sept '72 to March '74. Very proud of those times; I wear my Screaming Eagle proudly on my chest. Would be nice to hear from my old buddies.
I served with 1st Platoon, A/2/327th from Sept '72 to March '74. Very proud of those times; I wear my Screaming Eagle proudly on my chest. Would be nice to hear from my old buddies.
jasmine wrote on August 31, 2017 at 03:57:
Thank you for the hard work and dedication. Keep it up and stay safe!
Thank you for the hard work and dedication. Keep it up and stay safe!
Norman from Louisville wrote on August 20, 2017 at 22:00:
I was with the 2/327 A Company in Vietnam 1968 -1969. I saw the photos left by Melicott and Webster. I also remember Pete Bieber, Luna (Arturo) , Sgt. Fry, Smith and Redmonds. Brings back some memories. If any of you recall my name and have any photos, let me know.
I was with the 2/327 A Company in Vietnam 1968 -1969. I saw the photos left by Melicott and Webster. I also remember Pete Bieber, Luna (Arturo) , Sgt. Fry, Smith and Redmonds. Brings back some memories. If any of you recall my name and have any photos, let me know.
SPC Nyholm, Jesse Ramos from Saucier wrote on August 20, 2017 at 12:45:
My name is Jesse. Nelson "Chico" Ramos is my biological father. I've never met him. If anyone could please provide me contact information for him other than email, which the last time I used I didn't get a response. I'm trying to find out my family history from his side. Thank you
My name is Jesse. Nelson "Chico" Ramos is my biological father. I've never met him. If anyone could please provide me contact information for him other than email, which the last time I used I didn't get a response. I'm trying to find out my family history from his side. Thank you
michael fitzpatrick from lake city michigan wrote on August 19, 2017 at 20:45:
was in Charlie company 2nd 327th 101st airborne from june 2 1966 until may28th 1967. wounded in action north of con tien on may 28th 1967 with 5 days left in country. would like to hear from old unit buddys esp doc stapples who saved so many lives.
was in Charlie company 2nd 327th 101st airborne from june 2 1966 until may28th 1967. wounded in action north of con tien on may 28th 1967 with 5 days left in country. would like to hear from old unit buddys esp doc stapples who saved so many lives.
Ron Christian from Philadelphia wrote on August 17, 2017 at 16:13:
Was FO with C and Tigers 1/327 in '68. Trying to find Norris Rango, D Company Commander in August 68. Trying to get an award for one of the soldiers who served with him. Anyone know him?
Was FO with C and Tigers 1/327 in '68. Trying to find Norris Rango, D Company Commander in August 68. Trying to get an award for one of the soldiers who served with him. Anyone know him?
Shelby Smith from Charleston wrote on August 17, 2017 at 12:54:
My grandfather was Raymond C. Smith (call sign: Big Daddy). I'm looking for anyone that may have known him and is willing to share any stories. He passed before I was born so I'm trying to learn as much about him as I can. If you have any information, please email me: [email protected]
My grandfather was Raymond C. Smith (call sign: Big Daddy). I'm looking for anyone that may have known him and is willing to share any stories. He passed before I was born so I'm trying to learn as much about him as I can. If you have any information, please email me: [email protected]
Ranger Tom Carpenter from Carrollton, MO wrote on August 3, 2017 at 07:27:
The 1SG Cox of Bravo, No Slack at Ft Campbell asked me what was the nick name of Bravo in Vietnam? So far, I have not found out. Anybody know? Was it Road Runners?
The 1SG Cox of Bravo, No Slack at Ft Campbell asked me what was the nick name of Bravo in Vietnam? So far, I have not found out. Anybody know? Was it Road Runners?
Ranger Tom Carpenter from Carrollton, MO wrote on August 3, 2017 at 07:19:
John Ortiz, I emailed you a few minutes ago. Following is a recap of that email. I was Louis's platoon leader for several months. Even though I was no longer a platoon leader ( I got a job in the rear as Executive Officer of D company in August, 1969) when Louis was killed, I always considered him one of my men and his life and death touched my life in many ways. In the 1990s, I wrote a series of tribute stories, honoring men who I was close to and died. I wrote a short story about Louis. At that time I had my own web page and put the stories on line. After more than twenty years and multiple relocations and a busy life, I need to do some searching to find a hard and/or digital copy of the story. Have you read this story? I think I titled it, something like, "Louis T Ortiz, a good soldier with a rough start and a premonition of death that came true". The story needed to be revised as the internet has opened up some channels of communication among us veterans. I will continue searching for the story. I would be interested in learning more about Louis too.
John Ortiz, I emailed you a few minutes ago. Following is a recap of that email. I was Louis's platoon leader for several months. Even though I was no longer a platoon leader ( I got a job in the rear as Executive Officer of D company in August, 1969) when Louis was killed, I always considered him one of my men and his life and death touched my life in many ways. In the 1990s, I wrote a series of tribute stories, honoring men who I was close to and died. I wrote a short story about Louis. At that time I had my own web page and put the stories on line. After more than twenty years and multiple relocations and a busy life, I need to do some searching to find a hard and/or digital copy of the story. Have you read this story? I think I titled it, something like, "Louis T Ortiz, a good soldier with a rough start and a premonition of death that came true". The story needed to be revised as the internet has opened up some channels of communication among us veterans. I will continue searching for the story. I would be interested in learning more about Louis too.
Vincent A. Payne (Vinny) from Mechanicsville, Va. 23116 wrote on August 3, 2017 at 01:05:
last time I was on this site I left a message I was with the 2/327 A co. from Dec.1970-May 1971. If anyone on this site got on the Bs push at night on the radio my code name there was False Reality most just called me Reality.
last time I was on this site I left a message I was with the 2/327 A co. from Dec.1970-May 1971. If anyone on this site got on the Bs push at night on the radio my code name there was False Reality most just called me Reality.
John ortiz from Mineral wrote on August 2, 2017 at 06:20:
Good morning Patriots. My brother ( Louis Thomas Ortiz) was killed 9/30/1969 in Thua Thein provence. He was with 101st, 2nd Batalion, 327th, D company. I know very little of my brother and would like to see if anyone knew him and could share anything about him. Regards, John Ortiz
Good morning Patriots. My brother ( Louis Thomas Ortiz) was killed 9/30/1969 in Thua Thein provence. He was with 101st, 2nd Batalion, 327th, D company. I know very little of my brother and would like to see if anyone knew him and could share anything about him. Regards, John Ortiz
Vincent A. Payne ( Vinny) from Mechanicsville Va. wrote on July 26, 2017 at 10:49:
Andrew Hargadon I was with A company u may have know my friend Eddie Vencile. he was a E5 and was a kia rip. I made a couple of visits to your company when we were on standown in the rear. god bless u my brother
Andrew Hargadon I was with A company u may have know my friend Eddie Vencile. he was a E5 and was a kia rip. I made a couple of visits to your company when we were on standown in the rear. god bless u my brother
Glenn wrote on July 24, 2017 at 14:19:
Hey all. Was looking at the Fire Bases up that way. Was on a 105 and also RTO for FO with the 1st. inf till they began to leave country. After that they send me to 2/11 arty and I hauled ammo to Bham, Bastogne, and several others that were manned by the 155's in around mid 70.
Hey all. Was looking at the Fire Bases up that way. Was on a 105 and also RTO for FO with the 1st. inf till they began to leave country. After that they send me to 2/11 arty and I hauled ammo to Bham, Bastogne, and several others that were manned by the 155's in around mid 70.
Michael Carretero from Edmond, Oklahoma wrote on July 19, 2017 at 10:40:
I would like to announce the passing of Terry McKenna, Vietnam Vet who passed away on 08/04/2010. He served with Charlie Co. 1st/327th from 04/1970 - 04/1971. His obituary is listed on http://legacy.newsok.com/obituaries/oklahoman/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=144585781. Above the Rest, Mike Carretero
I would like to announce the passing of Terry McKenna, Vietnam Vet who passed away on 08/04/2010. He served with Charlie Co. 1st/327th from 04/1970 - 04/1971. His obituary is listed on http://legacy.newsok.com/obituaries/oklahoman/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=144585781. Above the Rest, Mike Carretero
Buz "Cherry" Lemons from Silsbee, Texas 77656 wrote on July 16, 2017 at 20:28:
Served with Co. B 2/327th High I Corp Jan 17, 1969- Jan 17, 1970 Senior RTO CP under Capt Piel
Served with Co. B 2/327th High I Corp Jan 17, 1969- Jan 17, 1970 Senior RTO CP under Capt Piel
Matt wrote on July 3, 2017 at 08:41:
I am trying to find anyone who served with my uncle Joseph M. Thorn and could provide any stories or pictures of him. He served in 67-68 and unfortunately never made it back. He passed May 31, 1968 and was only 18 yrs old. It is probably a long shot but I have only heard stories about him and do not have many pictures . Thanks
I am trying to find anyone who served with my uncle Joseph M. Thorn and could provide any stories or pictures of him. He served in 67-68 and unfortunately never made it back. He passed May 31, 1968 and was only 18 yrs old. It is probably a long shot but I have only heard stories about him and do not have many pictures . Thanks
Ray Davis from Houston wrote on June 24, 2017 at 19:32:
Just wondering if anybody who served 1957-1959 327th, Co D, is left standing. We also did the Central High Exercise
Just wondering if anybody who served 1957-1959 327th, Co D, is left standing. We also did the Central High Exercise
Timothy Rudd from Daytona Beach wrote on June 24, 2017 at 14:35:
Its been a long time since I have logged into this guest book. Recall a few names while reading it. Living in Daytona Beach Florida now moved from NY. My time in Nam was Jan to nov 1970 humping radio in "D" 2/327th. Capt Cox was CO much of my time. On Fire Base Tomahawk 10June70 when NVA.failed in trying to over run us. Capt. Robert Cox was the main reason they failed. Anyone there knows why. Thank for letting me ramble and "NO SLACK" to all my brothers.
Its been a long time since I have logged into this guest book. Recall a few names while reading it. Living in Daytona Beach Florida now moved from NY. My time in Nam was Jan to nov 1970 humping radio in "D" 2/327th. Capt Cox was CO much of my time. On Fire Base Tomahawk 10June70 when NVA.failed in trying to over run us. Capt. Robert Cox was the main reason they failed. Anyone there knows why. Thank for letting me ramble and "NO SLACK" to all my brothers.
Jesse taylor from Anderson, SC. wrote on June 22, 2017 at 17:05:
C. Co. 1/327 1967-1968 looking for Ray Herman. We served in 82nd prior to Vietnam. Last I heard he was trans. D.Co. 1/327 in A Shau Valley.
C. Co. 1/327 1967-1968 looking for Ray Herman. We served in 82nd prior to Vietnam. Last I heard he was trans. D.Co. 1/327 in A Shau Valley.
Dewitt Battles from Cincinnati wrote on June 21, 2017 at 18:51:
Was one of several unit medics until wounded June 8, 1967. Was given awards for saving the lives of several solders.
Was one of several unit medics until wounded June 8, 1967. Was given awards for saving the lives of several solders.
james malone from pulaski,tenn wrote on June 20, 2017 at 09:18:
echo 2/327th HAWK RECON sept. 1971-jan.1971
echo 2/327th HAWK RECON sept. 1971-jan.1971