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I was in Viet Nam Sept 69 to Sept 70. I was in the A Co. 1st Bn. 8th Cav. Looking for guys that I served with. I know it has been a long time but would like to hear from you.

Added: March 22, 2013
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What a great website. I was with D/1/8 from June 70 thru Mar.71 when the unit came home. Spent last two months in country with the Americal Div. Used your website to reconnect with John Butler after 40 some years. Have connected with Ron Hernval in the past but would like to here from Snowball (Robert Seymore) ,Ron Treat, Duke(Harold Kaufman) Moose,Ron Story,or any of the other guys who I tromped the boonies with.

Added: March 11, 2013
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I served with B co 1st Bn. 12th Cav Dec 68 till Dec 69. We most likley saw some of the same ground as you did a year later? Did so much enjoy your site. I had almost forgot about some of the C-rations and a few other of the things I read on your site. Thanks for bring back some good memories. Thanks for all the hard work you put into this site. It helps to tell our story to the future genrations of Americans who may only see or read about it in some school book.

Added: February 25, 2013
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Great site. Welcome home and Thank you for your service.

Added: February 22, 2013
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I was led to this site by Arlyn Perkey. I admire the bravery of all you veterans. The pictures and history will become all the more valuable as years go by. Thank you all for saving it.

Added: February 12, 2013
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I ran across your site and found it interesting. When I returned from Germany in 1964, I was assigned to the 2nd ID at Fort Benning, GA. We under went Air Assault training with the 11th Air Assault Div. Just before the two were combined into the 1st Cav Div, I was transferred to Atlanta. My unit there, went to Vietnam with the 1st Cav in 1965, and I was back with D/2/5 1st Cav within 3 months. I cannot remember ever taking any of the gear you show into the field because we had copter resupply. Later I went over to the LRP company, and still did not use any of it. If you guys did, I feel sorry for you because carrying all that in 120 degree days would worse than going toe to toe with the bad guys. Still, this is a great site.

Added: November 25, 2012
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I described a PTSD survivor as a puzzle piece that got wet and doesn't really know how to fit back into the puzzle again. It is hard to * * * it up and It is very insulting to tell me to take my torn spirit and stuff it in a closet.
torn down for a reason and then after you had been used for that purpose, sent home to survive with the aftermath of that. wow....
I guess, knowing that you were put out there into an environmental condition that lacked the best outcomes before you ever entered should say something to you guys and gals. Because your spirit rejects the memories with flash backs says it is not what you as the person you are at the core would ever had done under normal circumstances. Otherwise, there wouldn't be flash backs and PTSD right?? wouldn't you be sleeping like a baby. It is because that stuff is not yours to carry, the repercussions are not from your core belief system that you grew up with. I really appreciate u as a soldier and a person. thank you.


Added: October 31, 2012
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I want to thank you for your service to our great nation and for sharing your story. Its really important for those of us who were not there to learn the history directly from those who were. Yours is the real story and it was as bravely told as it was lived.

Added: October 26, 2012
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This sight was very informative and I for one want to thank those of you who served. You went into a war with the frame of mind that you were doing the right thing, even if the cause wasn't completely right, and still came home to find a country less than pleased with what was going on. You did not deserve to be treated indifferently, but with gratitude. I salute you, one and all. :D

Added: October 26, 2012
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Was given this web site by Ketch. Read all of the accounts and so sorry for the lost of lives. Thankful for
your service and bravery. God Bless each and everyone
who served our country.


Added: October 2, 2012
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