Vets With A Mission Guest Book
Name: ted DeYoung
Email: teddeyoung at cox dot net
Date: October 08, 2006 - 08:57 PM (pacific)
588thCBE 65-66 ANYONE OUT THERE
Name: Evert Frachiseur
Email: dfrachiseur at alltel dot net
Hometown: grannis, arkansas
Date: October 08, 2006 - 06:26 PM (pacific)
I was with the 1/14th art. at lz fat city enjoyed all the pictures and seeing pictures of all the men when we were very young.
Name: Walter Frederick Kavesky (called Ski)
Email: clairski at 1st dot net
Hometown: Bridgeport, Ohio
Date: October 08, 2006 - 01:24 PM (pacific)
I sevrd with the 1st marine division in vietnam in 1966 and came back to the states in July of 1967 I was in Chuli vietnam and my MOS was motor transport, upon going to vietnam I was stationed at Camp Le June NC, and after Vietnam at EL Tora California, I got discharged July the 1st 1968, I would like to hear from my buddies my one good buddy Jim Kovach he was from Pa he was my best man in my weeding in 1965 call me my wife Clara knows most of them at LeJune. but I would like to regain contact with anyone I could thank You Cpl Walter Kavesky
Name: DWAINE KEITH MARTIN
Email: dkfrommc at comcast dot net
Hometown: ST CLAIR SHORES, MI
Date: October 08, 2006 - 09:43 AM (pacific)
FIRST AND FORMOST I WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME HOME ALL OF OUR VETERANS AND THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH FOR YOUR SACRIFICES.
MY NAME IS DWAINE K MARTIN AND I SERVED TWO TOURS IN NAM, THE FIRST WAS WITH THE 6/71 HAWK IN NHA TRANG 1966- TO 1968 WAS IN D BTRY.A SECTION. THE SECOND TOUR WAS WITH G-29TH SEARCHLIGHTS ,6 MONTHS AT KHE GIO BRIDGE AN THE REST AT FIREBASE BASTONGE AND FSB BIRMINGHAM I AM LOOKING FOR PERSONNEL I WAS STATIONED WITH. AT KHE GIO BRIDGE 70-71, DUSTER UNITS,GUN NAMES WERE IRON COFFIN AND CHICKEN HEART AT FSB BASTONGE QUAD FIFTIES NAM WAS THE FOUR TOPS. IF ANY BODY WAS THERE AND REMEMBERS PLEASE EMAIL,
REMEMBER FOR THOSE WHO FOUGHT FOR IT,FREEDOM HAS A TASTE THE PROTECTED WILL NEVER KNOW.
Name: Harold David Ray
Email: chiefdray at comcast dot net
Hometown: yuba city, Ca
Date: October 07, 2006 - 07:01 PM (pacific)
I had a good friend who was killed in Vietnam in March 71. His name was SFC William L Coffee. He is listed as died in the 18 Surgical Hospital> I ask people to remember him and all the brave men who died in Vietnam Thank You
Name: Ken Beck
Email: kentheend at salisbury dot net
Hometown: , North Carolina
Date: October 07, 2006 - 03:52 PM (pacific)
Anyone from plt. 1085 PI Nov. 67 to Feb 68,
trying to plan a reunion.
Also anyone from hill 55 nov. 68 to aug 69 with llth Marines where are you guys, Jerry Grady, Bloxom,
Dizzy Gillespie, Gunny Triciani sp., Capt Adams,
Name: Richard E. Durham
Email: ronnieq76 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Oakwood, TX
Date: October 06, 2006 - 06:54 PM (pacific)
I would like to communicate with anyone that served at the Tuy Hoa Air Force Base (31st Security Police Squadron) during 1969 - 1970, in an effort to locate some of my Vietnam buddies.
Name: Gary Layne S
Email: beachtunes at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Bradenton Beach, Fl.
Date: October 06, 2006 - 06:04 PM (pacific)
FM Tuy Hoa "70.. air name."Gary Layne"....
Name: alex wayne semenchuk
Email: gtoalex51 at yahoo dot com
Hometown: rockford, IL.
Date: October 06, 2006 - 10:46 AM (pacific)
with aco 31st eng aug1970 to sep1971 would like to hear from any one who might remember me caried m60 most of the time.
Name: Bill Culp
Email: culpbill at yahoo dot com
Hometown: Sikeston,, Mo.
Date: October 06, 2006 - 09:53 AM (pacific)
Saw the posting by Denise Baker, may I suggest
going to www.goldenbrigade.org. That's the website
for the 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne that was in Vietnam. Good luck in your search.
Name: Willie L. Davenport
Email: zr6 at eathlink dot net
Hometown: Columbia, NC
Date: October 05, 2006 - 07:06 PM (pacific)
AN-KHE - MORTAR ATTACH ON MAIN BASE AN KHE VIET NAM CO C 228TH ASH BN. FEB 1966 -- Willie Davenport (trying to find my peice of mind), I'm trying to find a GI that was at An-khe between Feb 66 - June 66. I was a door gunner with Co.C 228th 1st Air Cav. I was in Sagion for 8 months, got busted for running over a civilian by a 2nd lt. Put in a 1049 for the 1st Air Cav and was assigned to Co. C 228th assult help. Bn. My mos was 760yz (supply spec]., The 228th put me on a Chinook Helicopter as a door gunner, I didn't even know how to load the M-60. The "only" mission I remember was going out to pick up men from the 2nd. of the 7th. I was about to open fire while we were about 500 ft. All I saw was a bunch of men running around on the ground, no one told me what we were doing when we left the main base. A crew chief dropped a ladder down the center of the chopper, exactly the same time I was about to open up with the M-60. I remember the men climbing up and sitting against the side of the chopper, the expression on there faces I will "NEVER" forget. For some reason I was taken off the chopper as a door gunner & assigned to a Captain as a radio operator & jeep driver. My call sign was Alpa Alpa Charlie 2 indian. There was about 14 of us I think. I remember someone struck a land mine and we were told to hold our positions & not move. I flipped out for some reason. The next thing I remember was a Lt. Colonel leaning over me asking me what was my problem. The next thing I remember was being at Tun-So-Nute air base in Sagion with about 3,000 other GI's waiting for my name to be called out to board a plane to come home. My life has not been the same since that officer asked me what was my problem. I was in the Army 3 yrs. and can remember only four names, all from Sagion. I'm trying to find someone that might remember a "fool" that came to the 228th by way of a 1049 [request for transfer] from Sagion. I'm divorced, live alone, don't have hardly any communications with my 3 kids or grandsons. It's real bad. If someone out there could help me it would make all the difference in the world in the way I live the rest of my life. I do remember my very first night I arrived at An-Khe. We had a mortar attack. It only lasted a few minutes. I remember grabbing my M-16 & running to my bunkard naked and scared beyond belief. The old timers were on top of the bunkerd "drunk" rasing hell like there wasn't nothing going on. I was green, the VC were trying to take out some of our choppers. This happened Feb 1966. If anyone can remember this attack at An-Khe or anything that happened with Co. C 228th asshault helt. Bn. between Feb 1966 -June 1966, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It would mean everything to me to know what happened my last four months in Nam. Your brother WILLIE DAVENPORT.
Name: lowell arnie kaplan
Email: qdoerr at cox dot net
Date: October 05, 2006 - 06:16 PM (pacific)
would like to hear from anyone with 1st radio danang 65-66 .r.daily,j.best ,or from the p.i.
Name: Sam Breedlove
Email: nikkielectrical at aol dot com
Hometown: Tazewell, Va
Date: October 05, 2006 - 05:19 PM (pacific)
Im looking for imformation on my Father Nick Breedlove, Pleiku Vietnam 67-69. He was a door gunner on a huey. Ghostriders, was the group[ he was in. Thank you,
Name: TERRY DUANE WARNER
Email: KUNG at AOL dot COM
Hometown: MAPLEWOOD, MN
Date: October 04, 2006 - 03:55 PM (pacific)
DAY ON/DAY OFF WAR
CHIANG KAI SHEK
N AND OUT OF COUNTRY 1960-1966
LONG TIEN INTELL/G2-USMC
Name: Rene Yvette Albrecht
Email: foggyheaded at n dot com
Hometown: Marion, Alabama
Date: October 04, 2006 - 01:11 PM (pacific)
HI, I am looking for anyone who might have known my uncle Earnest Randall Mullins. He was a Sgt, 11B40. Died in Binh Duong on 08-13-1968 I never knew him and it was so painful for my mother that she rarely spoke of him. Since she has passed I feel free to discover all I can. If anyone can help please get in touch.
Name: HM1 Roger Douglas Emmick, Sr.
Email: paulemmick at verizon dot net
Date: October 04, 2006 - 01:02 PM (pacific)
I was a U.S Navy Hospital Corpsmen stationed at the Navy Hospital in DaNang for 9 months and also in Hoi An as a Medical Advisor for the last few months of my tour. Am also retired from the U.S Air Force (LtCol/1995). I have some issues that I think may be Agent Orange related but don't really know where to start finding out information.
Name: David Pendergraft
Email: dpender1 at cox dot net
Date: October 04, 2006 - 12:53 PM (pacific)
Served from Dec.1969 to Feb.1971 with the Americal Divison 1/14th artillery.
Name: israel barrera jr
Email: israel_barr at yahoo dot com
Hometown: kingsville, texas
Date: October 03, 2006 - 07:17 PM (pacific)
i served with 1/28 inf. charlie co. big red one in vietnam. we lost a lot of good grunts , especially in the tet offensive. in dec. 1967 we were at bu dop reinforcing a special forces camp. it was hell! while out on a patrol one day a very good friend and i were sent out to recon the area. we came upon a vc outpost with 2 vc taking a nap. we took them out. my friend grapped an a - k 47 rifle and we haull ass out of there. by than the other vcs became aware and started firing toward us. we joint the rest of the company and pulled back to the perimeter. we were not awarded in medals for our action. in another patrol combat photographer horst faas was wounded. i was not too far behind him in line. my friend got killed in the first day of the tet offensive with only days left in country. he was the best a hardcore grunt with a lot of notches in his belt. his name was charles permaloff. if anybody is out there please make contact. i have some pictures and some newspaper clips of the unit in action.
Name: Thomas Lindale
Email: FP55319934 at aol dot com
Hometown: Camden, De.
Date: October 03, 2006 - 12:20 PM (pacific)
Served in nam 70-71 with 25th Infrantry was with B btry 1st 8th Arty would like to hear from others that served with that unit.
Name: Carlton Ray Scott
Email: rayscott at mebtel dot net
Hometown: , North Carolina
Date: October 03, 2006 - 11:44 AM (pacific)
Kontum, Vietnam 1963
Sadec, Vietnam 1963-64
586th Signal Anh Khe, Vietnam (Hong Kong Mountain) 1966-1967
Name: Zac Ward
Email: zac_ward at msn dot com
Hometown: Newport, Michigan
Date: October 02, 2006 - 05:46 PM (pacific)
I am writing in behalf of My niece and Nephew. They are 16 months old and just lost their Father Arthur L. Stribling Pfc 25th Infantry Division 1969-70. When they grow up they will want to know about their Dad. I have a picture of his ft Lewis Wash May 1970 Graduation. Nobody seems to know which one is Art in the picture. I did not even know he was a vetran before he died. I have a bed card from USAMCJ Japan 7 Sep 70 Bed B51. And shipped out to Tacoma Wa. 18 Sep 70. His children must know what they can. I would apreciate any info I can get. Thank You. You can read of his death in the Everett Herald Tuesday, September 19, 2006 The day after his death.
Name: leonard burger
Email: pgm19911992 at yahoo dot com
Date: October 02, 2006 - 12:35 PM (pacific)
served 1968-1969 - 1972 communications sqdn. Looking for anyone who served in that squadron at that time.
Name: VIN B. TAINATONGO
Email: VINANCIOTAINATONGO at MSN dot COM
Hometown: TAC, WA
Date: October 01, 2006 - 08:53 PM (pacific)
SERVE WITH A CO,2/505TH ABN 1968-1969
Name: Denise Baker
Email: jonise67 at aol dot com
Date: October 01, 2006 - 07:46 PM (pacific)
Hello looking for vets that served in 82nd airborne 3rd brigade 68,69 Echo,Hotel 106 or Bravo, also looking for a John Rowland who served in the same area. 1 area was the pineapple forest. Thanks
Name: Jimmie L. Summers
Email: jimmiesum at hotmail dot com
Hometown: Belding, Mi
Date: October 01, 2006 - 05:16 PM (pacific)
In CH-54A/B Uints