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Terry Skinner
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Larry. Thinks for the pic. I did recognize Doc English. I found a few pic's i will be posting in a couple of days. Talked with Robert Fulps a few weeks back and went over alot of old names. Thanks again. Terry C 2/2 Apr66-Apr67

Terry Skinner
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Pic of Terry Skinner Phu loi, October, 1966

Terry Skinner
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Pic of Terry Skinner Phu loi, October, 1966

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Terry Skinner
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More PICs from Oct 66, Phu Loi

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Pfc Jon W. Minard 65
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I saw some names from 1965 -66 I remember. I was at both Bau Bang and Apnah Mat where I was wounded and evacuated. Would like to hear from more of you. I am about to retire from the Postal Service. I have three grandsons who may be asking questions someday. My son was a Coast Guardsman.Iwas was the grenadier for 2nd Platoon.

Juan
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Jon, check your e-mail.
I was at the same place with you. I was in Bravo company, and went to Nam in 1965. I stay in Nam until 1970.
Take care. Juan.
 
PS: Please contact me by clicking on my name on the forum, thank you.

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Broz
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   Say, does anyone out there remember Ed McHale, 50 gunner in A 2/2, 3rd plt 131 track, I think, 68-69, in Feb 69 hit a mine medivac to burn center in Japan the burn center in Texas, if anyone remembers let me know,
   thanks,

William Leslie Sr.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve DeLacy
I found a few photos of Tracks 122, 222 & 224. Also one of closing time at the China Doll Bar in Phu Loi.

One Track 221:  I don't remember anyone's name in this photo.

On Track 222: Roy Firman (Sitting with feet on Driver's Hatch.
                    Ken Rolfes  (Sitting just forward of antenna, looking forward.
                    Finley????? (Standing in front looking towards rear)

On Track 224: Maples (Standing looking off rear)
Per William Leslie 10/1967 to 9/1968
From left to right on Track 224: Sam Rodriguez, William Leslie Sr., Robert Anderson, Jimmy? Vega, unsure of man standing on the back, & guy sitting behind seat. Don't remember Luitenent's name walking beside track??


Phu Loi:          McClusky (Waving on left)
                     Vega???? (In background just left of McClusky's hand)
                     John's     (Man being held back by the MP)
                     Tillerson  (Far right with cigarette  

It's been 40 years.  My memory's not like it used to be.  So if you know any of the others let me know.


Steve
(221;  '67-'68)

christine bir
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Christine Burke
Reply with quote  #110 
I just wanted to asked who knows my father way back during the war? Because I just wanted those people who were then close to his hearts that my dearly beloved father just died last July 14, 2011  and he was indeed a good man who misses what he went through before and also misses those people his been with during those times.
Larry G
Reply with quote  #111 
Christine,
 
Thank you for letting us know about your fathers passing.
 
SSG Kedric D. Burke served with 3rd platoon, Company B, 2/2 in 1966.
 
May he and all our departed Rest in Peace.
 
Larry and Kathy G
"Wild Bill"
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Christine;
I am sorry to hear that your dad passed away in July. I served with him in B Company before I was commissioned in October 1966. I remember him as a good soldier and am saddened by his passing. I hope you and your family will cherish his memory by knowing he was a good man who served his country and was respected by those of us who served with him.

CPT W.K.Benson, USA-Ret
DMOR
Co B, 2/2 Inf
12/65-10/66  
ron Halovanic
Reply with quote  #113 
I knew you dad and was in the 3rd plt with him.  He was a great guy  and I am sorry to her of his passing.  Ron

lt ken tucker
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I just found this site and can`t belive i have found some of you. I was with A2/2 1plt 68 and 69. Some of my most treasured memories were with you guys. I think about you all most everyday and wonder how you are doing. And if you had a good life, you all desirve that at the very least. Thank you for letting me share that time in your life with you. As i said it one of my most treasured memories. Nothing even comes close to the experiences you let me share with you. It seems like yesterday but it has been 43yrs. I looked for guys like you in all the people i have known and all the jobs i have held but never found it not even close. I can`t tell you how proud i was to be part of !plt A2/2. I have benn married for to my wife Martha for 48 yrs i have one son he 44yrs old,and one granddaughter (( JERSEY )) she is 4 yrs old. They are the lights of my life. Xmas just came early for me this year for finding you. If any of you would have the time I would love to hear form you. Thanks again. ken
RON JACKSON
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WELCOME HOME   GLAD YOU FOUND US WE HAVE BEEN LOST WITH YOU,   THERE IS LOTS OF READING HERE   ENJOY

 

 

                                         RON JACKSON

 

 

lt ken tucker
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Dear old friends; I am looking for E7 Mamwell 1plt sgt and E7 Sancheus 4th plt sgt Aco 2/2 68 & 69. I need to find them to tell them THANK YOU for i owe them a debt i will never be able to repay. I am also need to find RICHIE FETERHAUF. He was in the 1sq 1st plt and we rode on the 1-1 track. He lost his left eye because on me. I need to tell him i am sorry and that I hope he will some day forgive me. Any info on these 3 would be great.Have a good Xmas. If you have the time I would love to hear from you. ken
lt ken tucker
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Dear old friends; I am looking for E7 Maxwell 1plt sgt and E7 Sancheus 4th plt sgt Aco 2/2 68 & 69. I need to find them to tell them THANK YOU for i owe them a debt i will never be able to repay. I am also need to find RICHIE FETERHAUF. He was in the 1sq 1st plt and we rode on the 1-1 track. He lost his left eye because on me. I need to tell him i am sorry and that I hope he will some day forgive me. Any info on these 3 would be great.Have a good Xmas. If you have the time I would love to hear from you. ken
BCC
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Ken,

I just did a http://www.zabasearch.com search for FETERHAUF.  No Richard FETERHAUF found.  There were however, several Richard Fetterhoff found, some in the possible age range (born in late 30s up to mid 40 s)  Click the link and check your self.  SPELLING COUNTS

Bravo Charlie Charlie
Bandits 2/2 69-70
lt ken tucker
Reply with quote  #119 
BCC; Thanks for the help, if this helps me find (( RICHIE )) I will be in your debit forever.Thanks again. ken tucker 1plt Aco 2/2 68-69 Take care my friends. ken
BCC
Reply with quote  #120 
Ken Tucker

Check your email.

Just talked with Fetterhoff and sent phone number to you.

Pat
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BCC, What a wonderful gift you have given to Ken Tucker.  Wow! That's what this site is all about!
Willie Williams Jr
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SSG E-6 Willie Williams Jr
Willie Williams Jr
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Willie Williams Jr
SSG E-6 Willie Williams Jr
You Can Lie! To Some of The People Some of The Times, But! As Time Goes On You Will Not Persivile. You Did Not! Earn That Silver Star, You Are A "Coward" and A" Runner" In The Face of The Enemy.  SSG Chimpico, PFC.(xxxxxx) and One Other. Remember The Village That Had ALL Those BiRacial Vietnamese, Remember The Battle of "Chonton", Remember The Ride To Saigon During Tet 1968, Remember The Battle of "BauBang" 1966 When Only 30 of Us Walked Out Alive, Black Horse Saved Us, You Coward You,Remember When I Fell Through Ground, It Was A Hospital, Remember When I Was Blown Up During The Time CIA Was Firing At Us From The Air.

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lt ken tucker
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BCC (( STEVE ))

Never be able to repay you. For any one wondering. I call (( RICHIE FETTERHOFF )) that same day. And he excepted my call I was really worried about that, because of me he is blind in his left eye. But He was kind enough to not only except my call but we talked for a long time he let me aploagise to him. You see I caused his injury and then lied to him, by telling him he was going to be all right.Never forget it. PAT whoever you are right as you can be, about BCC giving me a special present.The phone number was a special early XMAS present that I will never be able to repay. ken tucker 1st plt Aco 2/2 68-69. I would enjoy hearing form any of you, The people I met and served with and that time period are some of my most treasured memories. I think of you all most every day. Thank you for (( MY )) memories. Take care my friends. ken

John Venn
Reply with quote  #125 

W. Williams, who are you hammering?  I canot make sense of what you are saying?

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