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Comments by Don Nelson on Thursday, December 18, 2003 at 21:49 IP Logged IP Logged
served with the 1st Armored Amtracks 2nd platoon motor transport May 68 to May 69 July 69 to early 70 , stationed in Danang,Hoi an and Cau viet.Rember Doc.Westberry,Bull,Spider,Sugarbear.
Don't remember the bad times just the friendships and how we learned to cope
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Comments by Frank J. Scorsone on Friday, December 12, 2003 at 12:33 IP Logged IP Logged
Scorsone "the macaroni"
Anyone from my platoon who remembers me...
Vietnam '65 '66
3d Mar Div 1st Amtrac Bn
E-1 Platoon
KIA 13 June 1966 Hill 55
J.D. Cook; William Dely; Donald DiSapio; John Young
WIA 13 June 1966 Hill 55
Myself; Edsel Miller; Clarence Copeland; Gerald Ziolkowski
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Comments by Randal Houser on Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 18:12 IP Logged IP Logged
I was in 1st trac's A Co. 2nd plt.Tractor 22. I wasin Nam Feb.67 to March 68. My nickname was koolaid kid.
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Comments by Michael A. Cooper on Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 05:32 IP Logged IP Logged
I was with B Company 1st trac's at the mouth of the Cau Viet River from 10/66 to 11/67. We were assigned to 2/3, and did operations with 3rd Marines. This is a great web site! Semper Fi.....
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Comments by Mickey Newton on Saturday, December 6, 2003 at 19:23 IP Logged IP Logged
I was just checking out your site it sure brought back some memories was at Cua Viet around 7/67 to 9/2/67. I was with How6's 3rd PLT was WIA Sept.2/67
we went out on a Operation Sept.1/67
and they shelled us just about the whole day so we came back to the base camp late that evening.Next morning they shell us and hit the bunker I was in. Dont know if your were their at this time. You guys were a good group to work with.
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Comments by Gene McCandless on Friday, December 5, 2003 at 07:55 IP Logged IP Logged
I was in Bravo Company in February 1968 for just a few days. When they found out I was 17 years old, they sent me back down river to Dong Ha, on to Phu Bai and 3rd Mar Div hdqts to receive orders to Okinawa. Upon my 18th birthday, I was sent back to RVN but this time to 3rd LVT at Marble Mountain. Bravo 3rd and 4th platoons there. Cua Viet certainly was interesting!
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Comments by Larry Lewellen "Lew" on Thursday, December 4, 2003 at 18:24 IP Logged IP Logged
Served with A Company 1st Amtrac BN
3rd Marines March 68 to March 69 Cua Viet. Amtrac Mechanic. Served with
Bill Barrentine, Randal Scarborough,
Bill Williams, all from Birmingham. AL
Steve Lopez, Jim Tinch, Dennis Daniels
Jerry Reid. Would love to hear from
all, also served with Charles E. Moore
Jerry Williams
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Comments by Ray Byers on Thursday, December 4, 2003 at 02:47 IP Logged IP Logged
I was a corpsman with 1st Amtracs in 1967. I was a corpsman at the medical battalion. Would like to hear from anyone that was there at that time. Ray Byers HM2
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Comments by Don Harty on Saturday, November 29, 2003 at 21:12 IP Logged IP Logged
Was with 3rd Amtracs, H&S Co from 12/66 to 10/67 in Chu Lai and Danang. Was a welder but worked as electricion/generator man in engineering section under Sgt. Diprita. Left just before unit moved to Marble Mtn. Am mostly recovered........
Semper Fi
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Comments by Marvin Salsberg on Thursday, November 27, 2003 at 19:52 IP Logged IP Logged
Served with 1st ALVT's, HOW6, from 12/67 1/69. Med Evaced out my last nite in country in Tractor explosion. Anyone there at the time?
Semper Fi
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Comments by ron wilson on Wednesday, November 26, 2003 at 11:20 IP Logged IP Logged
I SERVED IN CAU VIET AS DENTAL DOC FROM JAN 1968 UNTIL AUG 1968. our dental hooch was next to marine EM CLUB RUN BY SGT GILCREST.WENT ON MANY MED CAPS ACROSS THE CAU VIET RIVER TO PLACES NORTH OF CAU VIET BASE CAMP. I WAS THERE WHEN THE ENTIRE SEABEE RAMP WAS BLOW TO PIECES DURING ON OF MANY ARTY AND ROCKET ATTACKs.I JUST WANTED TO SAY SEMPER FI TO MY MARINE CORPS BROS WHO USE TO LOOK OUT FOR THIER DOCS WHILE IN THE BUSH OR IN THE CASE OF CAU VIET IN THE SAND.WELCOME HOME AND THANKS AGAIN. DOC WILSON
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Comments by Bruce Goins on Tuesday, November 25, 2003 at 10:40 IP Logged IP Logged
Easter of '67 to about Easter '68 with Maintenance Platoon. Did the "big move" from DaNang to CuaViet.
I don't remember too many names but would love to hear from any of you that would like to contact me.
Would especially like to know if anyone remembers or knows what happened to Lt. Whiteside or Sgt Wallace. Both were great mentors and role models that had great impact on me.
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Comments by Bob Worrell on Saturday, November 22, 2003 at 15:37 IP Logged IP Logged
Viet Nam may,65 - 66 Amtrac Maint 2142
I spent most of my time in the field and up the rivers.
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Comments by W.T.PINKSTON GY/SGT RET on Saturday, November 22, 2003 at 13:30 IP Logged IP Logged
2ND AMTRAC1947 QUANTICO, CHINA, DELMAR,
LEJEUNE, VIET NAM 3rd TRAC OKIE. H&S SGT 3rd TRAC, MAINT MANG CHIEF-RETIERD QUANTICO VA. GY/SGT MY CREWMAN ON LVT3 WAS STEVE MCQUEEN MY CO IN DANANG.WAS LTCOL BOB SHUFORD
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Comments by John Regal on Saturday, November 22, 2003 at 08:36 IP Logged IP Logged
I was CO of Kilo Company BLT 3/1 operating in the Cua Viet area in Jan-Mar 68. Have been back to Vietnam twice...2002 and 2003. Walked all over your old CP area. Lighthouse there now. Semper Fi, John Regal, LtCol, USMC(ret)
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Comments by Randy Boggess on Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 20:30 IP Logged IP Logged
I was on the USS Bolster and was directly involved in pulling the USS Clarke County off the beach at Duc Pho. We arrived on the scene at 2030 on Nov. 17 and spent the next 13 days performing salvage ops. I have the ships log from that and several other ops that we were involved in. Spent a bunch of time at Cua Viet. The Clarke County came off of the beach at 07:45 on Dec 1. We then towed her to Danang. We tied along side and patched her up enough so that we could tow her to Subic, leaving on Dec 18. If you have anything to document it let me know. The VA don't believe that I wwas there. Feel free to contact me. Let's talk about it.
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Comments by Sam Lewis on Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 13:04 IP Logged IP Logged
Was on LST-601, USS Clarke County in 67/68. We hauled supplys to the Marines at Cua Viet. We were the first LST since WWII to marry to a causeway at Cua Viet. Wound up broaching at Duc Pho in Dec 67, evacuating Arvns from beach. Spent two weeks sitting there. Any Viet Vets? !WELCOME HOME BROTHER!
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Comments by Jason Mangone on Wednesday, November 19, 2003 at 08:41 IP Logged IP Logged
Referred here by an associate of mine who served in Vietnam in the late 60's. I am 31 years old and never served myself. I just want to say thanks to everyone who has, who does, and who will continue to sacrifice so much so that our lives can continue to be so free and filled with opportunity. You do not go unrecognized... so thank you.
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Comments by Kevin Weaver on Tuesday, November 18, 2003 at 12:35 IP Logged IP Logged
Looking for those Hawaii trackers from the 1980"s
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Comments by Don Lariviere on Saturday, November 15, 2003 at 12:19 IP Logged IP Logged
Iwas a radio operator 2531 for the HOW-6 platoon in Viet Nam from 11-65 to 12-66
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Comments by Richard Molleo on Friday, November 14, 2003 at 11:30 IP Logged IP Logged
In country from 67-69, served at 1st FSR, Ordinance Maintenance Co., Track Vehicle. I was an Amtac Mechanic, but worked on anything from a rifle up to 8" self propelled guns. I worked on the M-16 rebuild at Red Beach. And also on the Ontos rebuild for TET. We like to hear from anyone who served with me, Semper Fi.
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Comments by foster, mark s. on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 at 01:54 IP Logged IP Logged
flew in danang airport nov 69 . eight months in service, green for sure. was assigned to 1stmardiv,3rd amtracs, spent many months guarding seashore at namo bridge. remember in the rear while on guard duty compound was hit with 81 mikemikes. out of fifteen shells walking all the way through the compound not one thing was hit. just ten minuetes earlier i was wondering how i was gonna wake up mu relief. charlie solved problem. mind is gone, dont remember any body except thier faces. dont need to hear from anyone just putting my name with a bunch of jar heads remembering that i was once part of a great marine corp and shared the same ground with alot of the best damn peopke on this earth. maybe ill check in some other time, but doubt it. yall take care.
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Comments by James Crawley on Monday, November 10, 2003 at 20:54 IP Logged IP Logged
Was in 1st and 3rd tracs. 71-76. Miss you boys a lot
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Comments by DANIEL SHORE on Monday, November 10, 2003 at 09:34 IP Logged IP Logged
1 st Amtracs B co. 2nd plt.3 rd Mar Div.
Cua Viet,Vietnam 67/68.
Outstanding site.
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