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Does any of the Brother's out there have that pic. The Big Red One Patch that was carved out of the jungle by a Rome Plow. Another Brother is trying to locate that pic. I do believe that it was posted on the Second Inf. Regiment board the picture that is. Or Was it The Society Of The First Infantry Division???? The commander in charge caught a lot of flak over it. Luther Patton Black Scarf Battalion 1/2 Delta Company, RTO Recon. 29er Platoon, RTO, Point Man Nam June of 67' June of 68'
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Is this the one ??
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Picture didnot take will try again ??
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Luther, here is the picture you are looking for, Rick Woltman send it to me. Thank you Rich. Juan. Attached Images
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Thank you so much Brother's. I will e-mail my friend who was looking for this picture! Luther Black Scarf Battlion 1/2
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I was with engineer battalion who cleared these lz's
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Hi Jules, Welcome Home Brother. Thanks for posting. It has been so long that I have lost contact with guy who wanted to know about the art work you did in the Iron Triangle. But then again I may have sent it to him. I have a question how long did it take you to carve out the Big Red One? I was on Operation Paul Bunyan Two August 16-September 11 1967 the engineers bull dozed a lot of Rubber trees on either side of the Thunder's I believe the village was Chon Thanh. The Black Scarfs was your security. Were you part of that operation? Patton Black Scarf Battalion 1/2 Nam June 67' June 68'