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Name: Yen Kim Hoang
Email: TootsieB46 at aol dot com
Hometown: Waco, Tx.
Date: September 02, 2006 - 04:16 PM (pacific)
I am 34-year old half-Vietnamese girl with new info about my American birth father MIKE KENNETH LEWIS, American soldier in Cam Ranh Bay 1970-71. MIKE was lead cook at ARMY MESS HALLS downhill near Communication Center 1970 & Mess Hall uphill 1971 (that where my mom work as his typist in 71). His duties were supervise cooks, inventory & order food, plan menus, payroll so probably MOS 94B10 or 94B20. MIKE was med. ht, wt, thin brown hair & seem much older than other GI. MIKE know my mom (NHAN KIM HUYNH) pregnant and he not want to leave her. MIKE send Vietnamese friend to tell Mom to rush to airport immediately to see him one last time because he have to leave early but she have no way to get there. He never see her again.

MIKE leave Vietnam about Aug.-Sept. 1971 & I born 7 months later March 1972. He may be in Unit #124th Transportation Co. so truck drivers, cooks, G.I.s could all remember him. Do you remember a MIKE LEWIS?
I pray everyday for my father to want to see me one time to see how much I look like him (I do not look like my mom) & I want to ask him question about his family history and health problems. Thank you for any information you can tell me about my father or any suggestion on how I locate him. Yen: tootsieb46@aol.com or 682-559-6212



Name: David B Frayne
Email: gnarlyvet at earthlink dot net
Hometown: , Kansas
Date: September 02, 2006 - 03:31 PM (pacific)
37 years have passed, still haven't changed my attitude/latitude since getting back. Am in touch with two or three bro's. The rest have dropped off the face of the world I guess.Hate get'in older, oh well all things must pass. Tien Phouc 1969. 155's King of Battle. We were top notch in our youth. Peace if they leave us alone.



Name: stanislaus carson stepnowski
Email: biker4thelord at msn dot com
Hometown: belen, nm
Date: September 02, 2006 - 12:49 AM (pacific)
1st 8" how btry(SP) vietnam 70 lz ross and lz baldy looking for anyone server there



Name: Amy (Teich) Baggerman
Email: ateich24 at earthlink dot net
Hometown: , Wisconsin
Date: September 01, 2006 - 08:02 PM (pacific)
First I would like to say Thank You to all you veterans out there! I wish I was around years ago to give you all the welcome home you deserved! My father is a Vietnam Veteran (SP5 Teich, Americal 26th Engineer Battalion, '68-'69). My husband is currently in the military and I see how different things are now then they were back when you served in Vietnam. I know I will never be able to help erase the horrible memories my father has of the war, give him back the life a normal kid had at the age he was drafted, or take away the hurt of not having a welcome home. Since I have grown up though, I have done everything I can to give him recognition he never got for his part in the war so many years ago. I can only hope it helps to know that at least someone is thinking of that part of his life. Though he doesn't speak about Vietnam often, it warms my heart knowing he can talk to me about it because I have acknowledged his sacrifice and understand it more then anyone else in our family. I'm not sure how he would feel about getting in touch with more of the people he served with, but if you would like to get in touch with him you can contact me and I will see what I can do. I know when I was younger we took a family vacation and made a few stops to see some old Vietnam friends of his, but most of them have passed on now.



Name: Hughie Wrench
Email: hughie dot wrench at ci dot raleigh dot nc dot us
Hometown: ,
Date: September 01, 2006 - 01:28 PM (pacific)
129th Main Support Co., Nha Trang-Aug 68/Aug 69; radio repair; FSA in Ban Me Thout; old comrades Floyd, Pomeroy, Dick, Hooks, Saint, Bland, Rennick, Hitt, Sedlak, or others--give me a shout.



Name: Brad Lutz
Email: BradlL8 at aol dot com
Hometown: Ogden, UT
Date: September 01, 2006 - 01:28 PM (pacific)
1971 Phu Cat / Bien Hoa. AMMO Troop (bb stacker). Some memories faded. Still remember guys like Benny, Little John, Herbie and George.
Good times and Bad.



Name: Frank H. Bell
Email: frank dot h dot bell at us dot army dot mil
Hometown: Essex Jct, VT
Date: August 31, 2006 - 01:36 PM (pacific)
I was in Nam 69-71 I Corp Marines



Name: Rick Phinney
Email: rpjr at cruzio dot com
Hometown: Salinas, Ca
Date: August 30, 2006 - 05:40 PM (pacific)
I served in Viet Nam from December 7, 1969 to December 7, 1970. I was with the Combat Engineers of the Red Horse Squadron in Tan Son Nhut and Phu Cat. Would love to hear from anyone that was there at the same time.



Name: Joseph Johnston
Email: jej8001 at msn dot com
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio
Date: August 30, 2006 - 12:53 PM (pacific)
Served at Camp Holloway, ( Pleiku ) 04/64 - 04/65
18th AOD, tower operator



Name: John (Boo-Boo) Rumsey
Email: Yesmur13 at aol dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: August 30, 2006 - 12:05 PM (pacific)
I am looking for Marines who served in Charlie CUPP in 1970-71 near LZ Ross Thanks John (Boo-Boo) Rumsey



Name: Cat W
Email: caprice at comcast dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: August 30, 2006 - 08:23 AM (pacific)
I have some more info. Looking for anyone that knew John Doyle of Ohio, Buck Sargent in Special Services 3/5 1967-69. Was in Nah Trang during Tet offensive. Finished duty at Madigan Hospital, Washington. Looking especially for Mike Doyle and Jack Brown.



Name: victor manuel ortiz
Email: victorrecon at comcast dot net
Hometown: Lawrence, Massachusetts
Date: August 28, 2006 - 01:58 PM (pacific)
Sargent U.S. Marine Corps. 1964-1970
2nd recon bn
Viet Nam DA-Nam68-69
FLC combat operation center

I would like to get in touch with somebody that was there at the time.



Name: Imbisath Bano
Email: imbisath at gmail dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: August 28, 2006 - 10:06 AM (pacific)
The site is very good.But i wish to know the role of United Nations in Vietnam War if any.Thank u.



Name: Robert G. Comer
Email: bobysi at aol dot com
Hometown: Darlington, Md
Date: August 28, 2006 - 09:31 AM (pacific)
I was with 8th Engr. HHQ, 1st Cav - Ankhe, VN. Dec 66 to Dec 67 I was also at Camp English, Bong Son and a couple months at LZ Pony. My MOS was 62B20 Heavy Equip Mechanic. Here are some names I remember........Ed Gaines(Ed got hit after I left), Ed Pelligrini, Steve Berinti, Robert Haff, Casagrande, Melvin Pope, Blick, Suggs, David Worthy, Ronald Johnson, Eric Wulff, Bernie
( the guitar player), Tim Quain, McKnew, Azaz ?, Gary Rousseau, ....... I can picture many more but can't remember the names. If any from 8th Engr, 1st CAV. finds this, please email me at bobysi@aol.com. GOD BLESS ALL YOU HEROES!
GOD BLESS AMERICA!



Name: Sharman Reilmann Hill
Email: SharmHi at aol dot com
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
Date: August 27, 2006 - 11:26 PM (pacific)
I just wanted to sign on behalf of my father who was Theodore T Reilmann LCDR USN who did three tours plus, starting as MACV in "63. I was raised in the Navy and met many heroes including my father. May you all find some peace at last. I'm not sure he ever did. He passed in Sept of "94



Name: Thuy Le
Email: thuypittsburgh at yahoo dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: August 27, 2006 - 09:57 PM (pacific)
I was born in 1970 at Pleiku. My father left my mom after a week I was born. He knew I was existed. Hope to find my biological father.



Name: Cat W
Email: caprice34 at comcast dot net
Hometown: ,
Date: August 27, 2006 - 05:18 PM (pacific)
I would like to connect with anyone that knew John Doyle from Ohio in Vietnam. He was in Army Special Services.



Name: NORMAN E JOHN
Email: NJOHN22846 at AOL dot COM
Hometown: ,
Date: August 27, 2006 - 03:42 PM (pacific)
I SERVED WITH MABS 16 MAG 16 IN PHU BAI FROM MAY65 TO JUNE 66. ALSO SERVED IN DANANG NOV62 TO JUN63. ANYONE THERE THEN PLEASE EMAIL ME



Name: George Marquez
Email: chrismgeo1 at aol dot com
Hometown: Hemet, Ca
Date: August 27, 2006 - 12:15 AM (pacific)
I served with the 444trans 8th group 67-68 looking to hear from anyone who was there.chrismgeo1@aol.com



Name: JOHN J BEACORN
Email: jbeacorn at yahoo dot com
Hometown: ,
Date: August 26, 2006 - 06:21 PM (pacific)
Need to talk to anyone was was at Da Nang AB Nov 1971-Nov 1972- been diagnosed with PTSS by the VA but another division wants me to provide more information that I cant remember/or have chosen to forget-NEED HELP



Name: Aldon Lee Marsh
Email: aldonlmarsh at aol dot com
Hometown: Copperas Cove, Texas
Date: August 26, 2006 - 09:13 AM (pacific)
I was station at Fort Eustis, Virginia, and then one day I recieved orders for a tour duty in the Republic of Vietnam. I reported at Cam Rahn Bay Replacement Center on 4 November 1970, then I was asigned to the 84th Combat Engineer Battalion, 18th Engineer Bragade. The 84th Engineer has a nick name of Lizaerd. I had a MOS of suppy, so I was asign to C Company of the 84th. As time went on, I was at the gate talking with the gate guard, when this 2 1/2 ton came up the gate and was going out the gate, when the Battalion Commander was in the area, came up and told this E-4 whom was driving the truck said his truck is deadline.The driver said why,and the reply he was told is that he has no lizards stenciled on his truck, and was ordered to go back to the motorpool and stencil his truck, the driver was highly mad about it.Mean while I was in my supply room, and I heard all this yelling out side in the motorpool and it was the driver and said if the battalion commander wants lizzards he will get lizards. He had lizards all over the truck The total lizards is 12 of them, he had lizards all over the canves, just one on the canves, and that is a 6 foot lizard, and that is it. Rest is history. One small thing, the 84th was under the 987 Group. Then, the word came out that the battalion is moving to DaNang, and be will be under the 95th group. The movement of the battalion went by ship, like the M-290's D-10 Bodozers , plus other heavy equipment. We drove all the to Danang, but before we got there we went in to this compound to take a all night break, Next morning we were on our way.We went through Melie, the place where all these people and kids were killed by Lt. Kelly, orders he had recieved by his company Commander Captain Madina, also a general whom was demoted one star, and Captain didn't recieved any thing. Lt. Kelly had a rough time of it. Then with the rest trip from going through Melie, we made it to Danang, also rest is history. Bye! Mr. Al Marsh a retired N.C.O.



Name: Aldon Lee Marsh
Email: aldonlmarsh at aol dot com
Hometown: Copperas Cove, Texas
Date: August 26, 2006 - 08:11 AM (pacific)
Served with the 84th Lizard Engineer Battalion of the 18th Engineer Bragade from 4 November 1970 to 4 November 1971. At 30 days of tour I came close to become a P.O.W.



Name: Leo William Griffith
Email: LGriff24 at aol dot com
Hometown: Red Bluff, Ca
Date: August 26, 2006 - 01:53 AM (pacific)
I served with the 1883rd Comm Sqdn. I was there when the Base was being closed down and being handed over to the VNAF. I was a Telephone Cable splicer and at that time I was a Tsgt. If I remember correctly, Major Deering was our C.O,



Name: larry paul pickering
Email: lpickering at alltel dot net
Hometown: heath, ohio
Date: August 25, 2006 - 07:50 PM (pacific)
in viet nam april 1967thru april 1968 46 th engr i would like to hear from anyone from 46 th engr



Name: James F. Hahn
Email: bhahn at kycom dot net
Hometown: Frankfort, KY
Date: August 24, 2006 - 07:46 PM (pacific)
In Viet Nam Sep 67 to Sep 68 with 1-14th 4th Infantry Division, Delta Co., 1st Platoon. If anyone remembers me, send me an e-mail. Would like to hear from you.



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