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John W. Sieren from Mather, CA. wrote on January 28, 2018 at 18:03:
01 ST. Sergeant Bojescul"s Helicopter that he was in was shot down, by the enemy, a H-1 Huey. The Huey crash landed. Sergeant Bojescul sprang into action and saved many lives from the crash, by pulling crew and fellow soldiers from the crashed Huey to safety. Then he repelled the enemy forces by returning fire, radioing for air support and evacuating the wounded via med-a-vat from a "Hot L-Z" and also directed counter offensive that repelled the enemy forces that were overwhelming in numbers. without regards for his own safety, under constant fire, he remain steady and fast performing admirably as the enemy forces retreated. FOR those brave actions under fire he was awarded the Bronze Star for Heroism, "Valor", (AWARDED A BRONZE STAR FOR HEROISM, SECOND AWARD, (BRONZE STAR WITH, (2 OAK LEAF CLUSTERS), FOR HIS ACTIONS, TO SAVE PERSONNEL, REPEL ENEMY TROOPS, (NVA), IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, (VIETNAM AFTER A H-1-HUEY IN WHICH HE WAS RIDDING IN, WAS SHOT DOWN AND CRASH LANDED. SGT. A. "BO" BOJESCUL SPRANG INTO ACTION, SAVING LIVES FROM THE CRASH, RETURNING FIRE WITH SMALL ARMS FROM THE ENEMY. ALSO, CALLING IN AIR - COPTER TO EVACUATE THE WOUNDED AND FOR REPELLING THE NVA, BY COUNTING FIRE AND CALLING IN FOR AIR SUPPORT, NOT DISREGARDFUL OF HIS POST, 1 ST SERGEANT BOJESCUL, IRREGARDLESS OF THE ENEMY CONTINUED ADVANCEMENTS. HE CONTINUED THIS FIRE UNTIL THE NVA RETREATED AND AS THEY SUFFERED MANY, MANY, MANY LOSSES, ( KILLED) AND SEVERELY WOUNDED SOLDERS.HE CONTINUED THIS HEROIC ACTIONS UNTIL THE SOUNDS OF THE INCOMING HUEY'S , WERE ON THE GROUND, GIVING THE PROTECTIVE FIRE AND NOT GIVING UP HIS GROUND UNTIL ALL WAS ABOARD AND HE WAS ORDERED TO LEAVE WAS 1 ST. SERGEANT BOJESCUL BOOTS OFF THE GROUND STILL COVERING THE HUEY WITH HIS M-16 AS THE COPTER... Read more
01 ST. Sergeant Bojescul"s Helicopter that he was in was shot down, by the enemy, a H-1 Huey. The Huey crash landed. Sergeant Bojescul sprang into action and saved many lives from the crash, by pulling crew and fellow soldiers from the crashed Huey to safety. Then he repelled the enemy forces by returning fire, radioing for air support and evacuating the wounded via med-a-vat from a "Hot L-Z" and also directed counter offensive that repelled the enemy forces that were overwhelming in numbers. without regards for his own safety, under constant fire, he remain steady and fast performing admirably as the enemy forces retreated. FOR those brave actions under fire he was awarded the Bronze Star for Heroism, "Valor", (AWARDED A BRONZE STAR FOR HEROISM, SECOND AWARD, (BRONZE STAR WITH, (2 OAK LEAF CLUSTERS), FOR HIS ACTIONS, TO SAVE PERSONNEL, REPEL ENEMY TROOPS, (NVA), IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, (VIETNAM AFTER A H-1-HUEY IN WHICH HE WAS RIDDING IN, WAS SHOT DOWN AND CRASH LANDED. SGT. A. "BO" BOJESCUL SPRANG INTO ACTION, SAVING LIVES FROM THE CRASH, RETURNING FIRE WITH SMALL ARMS FROM THE ENEMY. ALSO, CALLING IN AIR - COPTER TO EVACUATE THE WOUNDED AND FOR REPELLING THE NVA, BY COUNTING FIRE AND CALLING IN FOR AIR SUPPORT, NOT DISREGARDFUL OF HIS POST, 1 ST SERGEANT BOJESCUL, IRREGARDLESS OF THE ENEMY CONTINUED ADVANCEMENTS. HE CONTINUED THIS FIRE UNTIL THE NVA RETREATED AND AS THEY SUFFERED MANY, MANY, MANY LOSSES, ( KILLED) AND SEVERELY WOUNDED SOLDERS.HE CONTINUED THIS HEROIC ACTIONS UNTIL THE SOUNDS OF THE INCOMING HUEY'S , WERE ON THE GROUND, GIVING THE PROTECTIVE FIRE AND NOT GIVING UP HIS GROUND UNTIL ALL WAS ABOARD AND HE WAS ORDERED TO LEAVE WAS 1 ST. SERGEANT BOJESCUL BOOTS OFF THE GROUND STILL COVERING THE HUEY WITH HIS M-16 AS THE COPTER BEGAN IT 'S LIFT OFF THE HOT LZ WITH ALL THE WOUNDED AND KILLED US SERVICE MEN. ALSO, HE WAS AWARDED, ARMY'S COMMENDATION MEDAL FOR VALOR, HEROISM, WITH 2 OAK LEAVE CLUSTERS FOR HIS HEROIC - ACTIONS THAT DAY AND FINALLY A, "CIB", 2 ND AWARD, COMBAT INFANTRY BADGE FOR THAT FATEFUL DAY. and a Army Commendation Medal, for Heroism, "Valor". also, a second (2nd), Combat Infantry Badge, Second Award, He demonstrated a complete disregard for his own safety and life and saved countless lives. stopping the advancement of enemy troops, while multitasking a multitude of heroic feats, under constant enemy fire. 2 TOUR IN SOUTHEAST ASIA - VIETNAM; DECEMBER 1970 - NOVEMBER 1971. 1 ST. Bn. 327 INFANTRY REGIMENT, UNIT; FROM JULY 1971-NOVEMBER -1971.
Ed Heisserer from Saint Louis wrote on January 28, 2018 at 14:48:
Went to Viet Nam on the Eltinge ,Served with A/2/327 Wpns platoon.
Went to Viet Nam on the Eltinge ,Served with A/2/327 Wpns platoon.
Michael Gardyko from Traverse City wrote on January 27, 2018 at 08:46:
I was a parachute rigger with the 11th QM (AE&S). I am writing a profile of Sgt. James Reinig, 11B40, C-1/327th (26 OCT 70 - 25 OCT 71) for his family and his 50th high school reunion. He was awarded Silver Star & Army Commendation w/V device. Having PTSD he had a higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, including stroke and heart attack. He died in 2008. If you knew Jim, please contact me - [email protected] . Thank you.
I was a parachute rigger with the 11th QM (AE&S). I am writing a profile of Sgt. James Reinig, 11B40, C-1/327th (26 OCT 70 - 25 OCT 71) for his family and his 50th high school reunion. He was awarded Silver Star & Army Commendation w/V device. Having PTSD he had a higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, including stroke and heart attack. He died in 2008. If you knew Jim, please contact me - [email protected] . Thank you.
Jack Thomas from White Bluff TN wrote on January 16, 2018 at 14:15:
I was in 2nd. Plt. In a paddy at the base of FSB Tomahawk on 10 June 70. It was dicey. ISG Dearman was up there kicking butt. Good Man! My squad checked all the bodies for Intel , wasn't much found except they were sappers. I'll never forget all my brothers of D Co. 2/327 NO Slack!
I was in 2nd. Plt. In a paddy at the base of FSB Tomahawk on 10 June 70. It was dicey. ISG Dearman was up there kicking butt. Good Man! My squad checked all the bodies for Intel , wasn't much found except they were sappers. I'll never forget all my brothers of D Co. 2/327 NO Slack!
Sylvestre Primous from Phoenix wrote on January 13, 2018 at 17:22:
Sylvestre "Syl/Sly" Primous HHQ 2/327 to C 2/327 Inf. 5/2/68 - 1/19/69. Have know or very little memories of this time in my life... Was in trouble with military... At that time... Anything might trigger my memory, a brother left behind..... A Currahee Brother
Sylvestre "Syl/Sly" Primous HHQ 2/327 to C 2/327 Inf. 5/2/68 - 1/19/69. Have know or very little memories of this time in my life... Was in trouble with military... At that time... Anything might trigger my memory, a brother left behind..... A Currahee Brother
Mitchell William T. from Anderson wrote on January 13, 2018 at 11:18:
I am looking for anyone who served with me. I served with A Btry 2/320 Arty. Nov. 1965 until June 1966. In June 66 I became an RTO attached to B Co. 1/327 Infantry til Oct. 66. I then I worked in FDC until Nov. and then returned to the states to 1st 320th Arty. at Fort Bragg, NC. If anyone remembers me please contact me at (864)251-0369 or [email protected] I don’t know what has happened to my memory because I can only remember a few names I served with. Probably Agent Orange.
I am looking for anyone who served with me. I served with A Btry 2/320 Arty. Nov. 1965 until June 1966. In June 66 I became an RTO attached to B Co. 1/327 Infantry til Oct. 66. I then I worked in FDC until Nov. and then returned to the states to 1st 320th Arty. at Fort Bragg, NC. If anyone remembers me please contact me at (864)251-0369 or [email protected] I don’t know what has happened to my memory because I can only remember a few names I served with. Probably Agent Orange.
William Terry Mitchell from Anderson wrote on January 12, 2018 at 12:31:
I was attached to "B" Company 1/327th infantry as a RTO. My home unit was 2/320 Artillery unit and I served with the 327th from June to Oct. 1966 during the Dak To era.
I was attached to "B" Company 1/327th infantry as a RTO. My home unit was 2/320 Artillery unit and I served with the 327th from June to Oct. 1966 during the Dak To era.
Donald Curtis from Weatherford wrote on January 10, 2018 at 18:31:
Remembering all my grunt brothers..C/2/327 June 66-67 See you guys soon , still love ya!
Remembering all my grunt brothers..C/2/327 June 66-67 See you guys soon , still love ya!
George Reischling from Rutledge wrote on January 5, 2018 at 11:39:
"TO THOSE WHO HAVE FOUGHT FOR IT, LIFE HAS A FLAVOR THAT THE PROTECTED WILL NEVER KNOW!" I came upon your site while surfing the net and knew that the above statement would have special meaning for your members. I served with 3/22nd, 25th Infantry Division out of Tay Ninh as an infantryman. Fought the NVA on the slopes of Nui Ba Den twice with numerous firefights in and around the area bordering the Cambodian border. Remember your Christmas in Vietnam? Mine was spent on an ambush patrol near the Cambodian border. After 5 months in the field, I was pulled to the 93rd Evac at Long Binh to work with soldiers suffering from combat fatigue. Over the last 10 years, I chronicled my tour of duty and the response has been overwhelming. There are presently over One Hundred 5 Star Reviews worldwide I believe that you will relate to this true story of the fight for Nui Ba Den and the struggles and sacrifices that the soldiers who served their country in Vietnam endured. Thousands of Vietnam Veterans have proudly endorsed these memoirs. Please check out the website at courageonthemountain.com with the accompanying introduction. It will make you proud for your service and all the men and women who served our country during the Vietnam war. I proud that you made it home brother! Thank you for your service and May God Bless! George Reischling
"TO THOSE WHO HAVE FOUGHT FOR IT, LIFE HAS A FLAVOR THAT THE PROTECTED WILL NEVER KNOW!" I came upon your site while surfing the net and knew that the above statement would have special meaning for your members. I served with 3/22nd, 25th Infantry Division out of Tay Ninh as an infantryman. Fought the NVA on the slopes of Nui Ba Den twice with numerous firefights in and around the area bordering the Cambodian border. Remember your Christmas in Vietnam? Mine was spent on an ambush patrol near the Cambodian border. After 5 months in the field, I was pulled to the 93rd Evac at Long Binh to work with soldiers suffering from combat fatigue. Over the last 10 years, I chronicled my tour of duty and the response has been overwhelming. There are presently over One Hundred 5 Star Reviews worldwide I believe that you will relate to this true story of the fight for Nui Ba Den and the struggles and sacrifices that the soldiers who served their country in Vietnam endured. Thousands of Vietnam Veterans have proudly endorsed these memoirs. Please check out the website at courageonthemountain.com with the accompanying introduction. It will make you proud for your service and all the men and women who served our country during the Vietnam war. I proud that you made it home brother! Thank you for your service and May God Bless! George Reischling
Bob Slavik from Oshkosh WI wrote on December 31, 2017 at 19:19:
ABU 6/67-6/69 HAPPY NEW Everyone!🥂
ABU 6/67-6/69 HAPPY NEW Everyone!🥂
Erick W. Miller from Apache Junction, Arizona wrote on December 28, 2017 at 21:42:
It's been a long time since I checked in. 1st Platoon, B-Company 1st 327th Infantry 30 Nov. '69 thru 9 Nov. 1971.
It's been a long time since I checked in. 1st Platoon, B-Company 1st 327th Infantry 30 Nov. '69 thru 9 Nov. 1971.
Dave Lerner from Fairway, Kansas 66205 wrote on December 24, 2017 at 11:43:
Please make note of my email, this replaces the one on the B/1327Th Roster page Hope 2018 is filled with joy for all my bros.
Please make note of my email, this replaces the one on the B/1327Th Roster page Hope 2018 is filled with joy for all my bros.
Lewis E. Percy from Winter Park wrote on December 20, 2017 at 14:33:
What was the name of our tent city base camp at Phang Rang South Vietnam in 1965-66 ?
What was the name of our tent city base camp at Phang Rang South Vietnam in 1965-66 ?
Bill Bell from Lavaca, Arkansas wrote on December 8, 2017 at 18:04:
Check out my book "Leave No man Behind." Above the rest & Currahee. 327/506/101MI 1965-68 Billy Bell
Check out my book "Leave No man Behind." Above the rest & Currahee. 327/506/101MI 1965-68 Billy Bell
Sakai Larry T from Louisville wrote on December 7, 2017 at 23:04:
Wpns. Plt. B Co 1/327th 1973-1974
Wpns. Plt. B Co 1/327th 1973-1974
Bill Bell from Lavaca Arkansas wrote on December 3, 2017 at 17:26:
Looking for troopers Pedro San Francisco Rodriguez, William Serna Jr, Charlie Smith, Richard Allen Brown- Georgia, Olah. Cecil Pinson, Luther McCracken, Eugene Nelson, Detroit, Ralph Sandoval, Harry Petersavage
Looking for troopers Pedro San Francisco Rodriguez, William Serna Jr, Charlie Smith, Richard Allen Brown- Georgia, Olah. Cecil Pinson, Luther McCracken, Eugene Nelson, Detroit, Ralph Sandoval, Harry Petersavage
joseph e genereux from Ormond Beach wrote on December 1, 2017 at 14:48:
I HAVE A PICTURE OF ME AND BOONE AT AN KHE..ALSO ONE WITH LT. ARPUZZIO TAKEN AT PHAN TET. ALL IN 1965.IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED.
I HAVE A PICTURE OF ME AND BOONE AT AN KHE..ALSO ONE WITH LT. ARPUZZIO TAKEN AT PHAN TET. ALL IN 1965.IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED.
Mil Thornton from Payson wrote on November 27, 2017 at 20:36:
Tomorrow, November 28 will be 46 years since the crash of CH-47, 68-15866 (Playtex 866). Thirty-four men from the 101st Airborne Division were killed in the Chinook crash including 17 ABU's from Alpha Company that included the Company Commander Martin Niskanen. It is our honorable obligation to Never Forget these brothers that we served with and to NEVER FORGET! Remember these names and give thanks to them for their ultimate sacrifice. A Co, 1st Bn, 327th Inf Rgt, 101st Airborne Division SP4 Joseph A Aubain, San Juan PR PFC Vincent Bernal, Mitchell NE PFC John H Hare, Louisville MS SP4 Joel S Ivey, Southern Pines NC SGT Terry G Kugler, Cullman AL 1LT Robert J Ladensack, Phoenix AZ PFC George P Martin, Monterey Park CA SP4 Alphonza Mason, Newark NJ SGT Robert D Maynard, Blaine WA PFC Steven J McDonald, Ketchum ID CPT Martin K Niskanen, South Paris ME SSG Daniel E Nye, Albany NY SP4 James E Palmer, Halifax VA SP4 Brinsley B Ramos, Washington DC SP4 Ronald K Sweetland, Bloomingdale MI PFC Gary D Wilson, Eureka CA PFC Robert L Wynn, Chicago IL HHC, 1st Bn, 327th Inf Rgt SP5 Ronald D Carleton, El Monte CA SP5 Billy R Coffey, Dallas TX SSG Howard L Colbaugh, Atlanta GA SP6 Will R Dantzler, Heidelberg MS SP4 Richard E Garretson, Anderson IN SP4 Archie T Lucy, Mobile AL CPL Michael O Maybee, Fowler MI SP4 Oscar Paulley, Louisville KY SP5 Roy K Stewart, Bemus Point NY SP4 William D Thompson, Auburndale FL SSG Carl L Thornton, Gainesville GA SP5 John E Windfelder, Philadelphia PA C Co, 159th ASHB, 101st Abn Div CWO Jerald W Carter, Daleville AL CWO Joseph J Savick, Akron OH SGT Michael A Crawford, Henryetta OK PFC Willie J Oaks, Beattyville KY SP4 Raymond A Trujillo, La... Read more
Tomorrow, November 28 will be 46 years since the crash of CH-47, 68-15866 (Playtex 866). Thirty-four men from the 101st Airborne Division were killed in the Chinook crash including 17 ABU's from Alpha Company that included the Company Commander Martin Niskanen. It is our honorable obligation to Never Forget these brothers that we served with and to NEVER FORGET! Remember these names and give thanks to them for their ultimate sacrifice. A Co, 1st Bn, 327th Inf Rgt, 101st Airborne Division SP4 Joseph A Aubain, San Juan PR PFC Vincent Bernal, Mitchell NE PFC John H Hare, Louisville MS SP4 Joel S Ivey, Southern Pines NC SGT Terry G Kugler, Cullman AL 1LT Robert J Ladensack, Phoenix AZ PFC George P Martin, Monterey Park CA SP4 Alphonza Mason, Newark NJ SGT Robert D Maynard, Blaine WA PFC Steven J McDonald, Ketchum ID CPT Martin K Niskanen, South Paris ME SSG Daniel E Nye, Albany NY SP4 James E Palmer, Halifax VA SP4 Brinsley B Ramos, Washington DC SP4 Ronald K Sweetland, Bloomingdale MI PFC Gary D Wilson, Eureka CA PFC Robert L Wynn, Chicago IL HHC, 1st Bn, 327th Inf Rgt SP5 Ronald D Carleton, El Monte CA SP5 Billy R Coffey, Dallas TX SSG Howard L Colbaugh, Atlanta GA SP6 Will R Dantzler, Heidelberg MS SP4 Richard E Garretson, Anderson IN SP4 Archie T Lucy, Mobile AL CPL Michael O Maybee, Fowler MI SP4 Oscar Paulley, Louisville KY SP5 Roy K Stewart, Bemus Point NY SP4 William D Thompson, Auburndale FL SSG Carl L Thornton, Gainesville GA SP5 John E Windfelder, Philadelphia PA C Co, 159th ASHB, 101st Abn Div CWO Jerald W Carter, Daleville AL CWO Joseph J Savick, Akron OH SGT Michael A Crawford, Henryetta OK PFC Willie J Oaks, Beattyville KY SP4 Raymond A Trujillo, La Puente CA Full story here. http://www.327infantry.org/…/stories_poems/chinook_crash.htm
RICH WALSH from NORWOOD MASS wrote on November 25, 2017 at 12:22:
LOOKING FOR LAWRENCE HANSEN FROM LYNN MA...HE WAS MY LT. IN 2-327 1967..HE WAS SHOT AND NEVER HEARD FROM AGAIN.......
LOOKING FOR LAWRENCE HANSEN FROM LYNN MA...HE WAS MY LT. IN 2-327 1967..HE WAS SHOT AND NEVER HEARD FROM AGAIN.......
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?
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.
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
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.