Vietnam Vets...Welcome Home!
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  Posted On: April 12, 2008 10:07:51 AM

 Name: Rance Jurevwicz, Capt., USA, Ret
 Comments: FANTASTIC Web Site! We have added a link to our monthly newsletter so that more veterans can be made aware of this tremendous resource. Also, please visit our web site to learn about hidden government benefits you are eligible for and how to significantly increase your service-connected compensation or VA pension.
  Posted On: April 08, 2008 09:39:46 AM

 Name: william t hukill
 Comments: Great Site. I was with 3rd Tracks, H & S Company and was wounded on Feb 19, 1968 while on patrol.
  Posted On: April 07, 2008 10:02:25 AM

 Name: gary w. lillard
 Comments: I was at Marble mt.69-70
Bravo co.3rd.tracs
  Posted On: April 06, 2008 05:45:10 PM

 Name: spc4 Joseph Neal
 Comments: Thankyou for this nice site
like a lotof you it's been a
long time comeing home. I'm
now a member of pgr & cvma so
these vet's don't go what we did. thankyou brother.
  Posted On: April 06, 2008 01:45:00 PM

 Name: Jim Johnson
 Comments: I was with 3rd. Amtracs "67&'68.
Came over from Hawaii with BCo. 5th. Tracs
  Posted On: April 02, 2008 04:32:51 PM

  Posted On: March 30, 2008 02:01:31 PM

 Name: Jim Johnson
 Comments: 1st Platoon BCo. 5th Tracs attached to the 3Rd 1967 & 1968. Came over from Hawaii.
  Posted On: March 30, 2008 07:48:21 AM

 Name: Sharon Touart
 Comments: Good Morning,
My brother is listed on your I believe it was the fallen heros page, I asked for you to list him, my e-mail address has changed and would appreciate it if you would update it for me. His name is Touart,Foster J.G.,Jr. I am his sister and family point of contact as well. He as well was in A-Co, 1st Amtrac, 3rd Marine Division, I hope that helps. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at the e-mail address listed above. Thank you, and God Bless, Sharon
  Posted On: March 29, 2008 01:02:55 PM

 Name: Michael Boxer
 Comments: Welcome Home
  Posted On: March 27, 2008 01:00:38 AM

 Name: Steve Thomas
 Comments: Welcome home to all my fellow vets. I was with the 578th LEM CO. PhuBai in 1969.
  Posted On: March 16, 2008 07:15:49 PM

 Name: Ray L. Flood
 Comments: Was with the 300th Military Police company US Army, 92nd and 95th MP Be. was in Siagon and later moved to Deian Base camp up north when the 1st Inf left.
There from 68 t0 70.
Was know as "Mother Flood".
  Posted On: March 15, 2008 03:45:44 PM

 Name: Monica Harvey
 Comments: welcome home big brother from little sis
contace me and i'll send you a BANDAID FOR THE HEART medal like the ones i give at traveling walls in the central states......
  Posted On: March 14, 2008 07:32:20 PM

 Name: Ruth Ann Wilson
 Comments: America is No.1 because of our Veterans. My Brother was a Vietnam Veteran in the Marine Corp. I hope that the Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans celebrations that are scheduled for March 29 of this year are a great encouragement to our Vietnam Veterans.
For God & Country
Ruth Ann Wilson
  Posted On: March 13, 2008 09:17:30 PM

 Comments: john harms
  Posted On: March 08, 2008 11:06:59 AM

 Name: John Crawford
 Comments: This is definately one of the best websites that I have visited on the internet
  Posted On: March 07, 2008 03:28:36 PM

 Name: Thomas Spencer
 Comments: Oddly after reading your commentary and enjoying it
greatly, I decided to sign your guest book. Incredibly the first thing I see is the
"Welcome Home" at the top of your registration card. The very people you describe are the ones who created the "welcome home" therapy for
addressing Vietnam Veterans.
The other is "Don't rain on our parade" the universal response given when you try and discuss the unnecessary welcome home greeting and it's very nature when dealing with former Vietnam Veterans. Most of whom I suspect are not. Since returning home from Vietnam I have contantly noticed the ever increasing number of people claiming to be Vietnam Veterans. Most are so bad at it, they don't even bother to do the most basic homework as to sound as if they served. I can't tell you how many "Green Berets", "Seals" and fighter pilots I have come across, who
don't even know the conflict
ended in 1975. 1973 at the latest for ground troops. Some
of these wannabes would have been 14 or 15 years old while serving, IN 1975! They don't even bother to lie about thier age. If confronted, they go crazy. The worst by far a real Vietnam Veterans.
When you talk to these guys
real or phoney they all say the same thing. They were all called "baby killer" and they were all spit on. Almost all at Airports. Did these things happen? Of course. It never happened to me. Never happened
to anyone I knew was a VV.

Enough said, I'm sorry for rambling on.

Tom Spencer "E" Co. 2nd Bn, 9th Marines, RVN

I have a rule whenever I meet someone claiming to be a Vietnam Veteran. It states: "Vietnam service credibility is inversly proportionate to the number of little pins and decals they where." They more little
pins and patches, the less likely they are to be for real.
  Posted On: March 02, 2008 09:56:39 PM

 Name: Bill Breeden
 Email: wbreeden@cox.nwt
 Comments: Thank for sharing with others Vietnam first hand. I came across the webpage searching information about my brother who KIA 9/18/1967 in Quang Tri. I was only 12 years of age at that time, and fourty plus years later searching for someone who may have served with him. However, all the vast information within the webpage is going back to my youth remenbering the nightly news of Vietnam footage. The pain immediately returns during those unbalanced times.

Thank you for sharing.
Bill Breeden
  Posted On: February 27, 2008 02:01:53 PM

 Name: floyd morrison
 Comments: was with 3rd tracs in 69
  Posted On: February 26, 2008 06:33:22 PM

 Name: Andrew
 Comments: i am not a vet but my uncles were and my dad was a marine with them. i am researching on my own what it was like in vietnam and some stories. i plan on making my own story not a true story but one that is accurate and will give some honor to my uncles.
  Posted On: February 26, 2008 02:19:53 PM

 Name: Stephen Hall
 Comments: Hey I just resently enlisted in the army national gaurd and I am proud of you guys and I now I wasnt born then but welcome home to all of you guys
  Posted On: February 24, 2008 09:49:06 PM

 Name: Bennie Cuenca
 Comments: I was in Maint Plt., H & S Co., 3rd Amtrac Bn., 1st Marine Division from Aug. 1966 to Nov. 1968. Good web site I have made contacts and reunited with Marines that had serve with me in Nam. Through this web site and Amtracer's Online.Thanks Keep it up.
  Posted On: February 24, 2008 04:33:47 PM

 Comments: A.CO. MAINT PLT. 1967-1968,ANYONE OUT THERE?,CALL 814 899 0565,THANKS HARRY
  Posted On: February 24, 2008 04:12:43 PM

  Posted On: February 24, 2008 11:42:38 AM

 Name: Sharon Touart-Crim
 Comments: Hi Roy,
You listed my brother for me, he was in Amtracs, and you have me as being listed for his contact. My e-mail address has changed and would appreciate it if you could update it for me. My brothers name is Foster J.G.Touart,my e-mail address was:, it has changed
Thanks so much for all you help and support.
  Posted On: February 23, 2008 05:47:52 PM

 Name: Dan Morehouse
 Comments: I was also a (MOS) 2533. I was in Vietnam JUne 69 - June 70. I was with Sub Unit 1, 1st ANGLICO, attached to the 2nd ROK Marines at Hoi An.
Semper Fi Marine!
  Posted On: February 19, 2008 05:22:20 PM

 Name: Angene Clark
 Comments: I'm looking for my farther William Brent Clark he was an E1 during the war,he jump out of the planes before they sent them in please help me I don't know anything about him and have been tring to at least get a pic so I know him if you know him or heard of him please e-mail me back.Or my mother @
  Posted On: February 19, 2008 01:18:49 PM

 Name: Joseph L Culver
  Posted On: February 15, 2008 01:13:16 AM

 Name: Harold Beasley
 Comments: I was a Navy Corpsman with 1st Amtracs, H & S Co. Cua Viet from October 1968 until we moved to Okinawa. Trying to find Marines or other corpsman that might remember me. Other corpsman that I was assigned with were Jim Williams, Mike Welch, Wayne Newburn and Dave Blundell. Drop a line if you remember me or any of them. We lost a good corpsman named Hugher Phelps in early 1969 north of the Cua Viet River in an ambush.
  Posted On: February 14, 2008 05:48:35 PM

 Name: Harold Beasley
 Comments: I was a Navy Corpsman assigned to 1st Amtracs, H & S co. from October 1968 until we shipped off to Okinawa in late 1969. Just wondered if anyone remembers me or another corpsman named Dave Blundell. We lost one of our corpsman named Hugher Phelps in early 1969 north of Cua Viet river in an amubush.
  Posted On: February 14, 2008 04:54:55 PM

 Name: Luis M. De La Cruz
 Comments: Was a Corpsman with 3rd tracs from 76-78.
Best unit in the Corps, finest officer Lt. G.Sanfilippo
  Posted On: February 14, 2008 04:45:02 PM

 Name: cowles jon cpl ret
 Email: none
 Comments: one of the deaths 5may was cpl childs
  Posted On: February 13, 2008 05:09:54 PM

 Name: tom
 Comments: none
  Posted On: February 12, 2008 09:14:19 PM

 Name: Joseph Culver
 Comments: Served with A Co. Maint Plt. from August 1967 to April 1969. Would like to hear from any one who served with me. Does any one remember Paul Gennaro?
  Posted On: February 10, 2008 07:13:56 AM

 Name: Bob (Wade) Sawyer
 Comments: I served with 1st, 3dr and 5th Amtrac's, looking fo anyone that served with 3rd TRAC'S 70-71 with S.O.G. BLT 2/9 Off N.Viet Nam Coast
  Posted On: February 07, 2008 06:32:08 PM

CHI LAI DA NANG 1/1 1965-66
  Posted On: February 07, 2008 04:30:20 PM

 Name: rudy baitt
 Comments: "A" CO. 1ST. PLT.SEPT.65- OCT.66. CHU LAI -DA NANG
  Posted On: February 06, 2008 08:42:40 PM

 Name: rudy baitt
 Comments: nam in sept 65 tilll oct. 66

chulai and danang
  Posted On: February 04, 2008 10:06:17 AM

 Name: Bob Hixon
  Posted On: February 03, 2008 08:37:06 PM

  Posted On: February 03, 2008 04:57:00 PM

 Name: Robert Jones
 Comments: Severed with A co 1st Amtrac Bn 3rd marines 1965-66 on tractor alpha 15 with road runner on side
  Posted On: February 03, 2008 10:28:09 AM

 Name: Ray Farmer
 Comments: '65-'66...Double Eagle...then DaNang, Nam-O, OnTon and 1/1 @ HoiAn.
  Posted On: February 02, 2008 10:23:34 PM

 Name: Irene Singletary
 Comments: My husband is a Viet Nam Veteran experiencing a service-related debilitating back/spinal injury which was recently reactivated by a vehicle accident. The problem he is having is that although he said that he reported the injury while in the Nam, it was not documented. Therefore, now the military is not considering the initial injury as service-related unless he can locate someone who served with him and could possibly corroborate that his back was injured during his time in the war.

He was a combat Engineer with the Army. I don't have all of the site details at this time. I must go through his military papers.

If you think you can help me begin trying to locate this kind of information, please e-mail me back ASAP. Currently, he using a walker to get around.

Thank you for any help that you can give me.

Irene Singletary
  Posted On: February 01, 2008 03:04:30 PM

 Name: Corin Brunetti
 Comments: Hello, i'm looking for anyone who knew a Thomas Larry Justice, Stephen Day, or J.A. McCurdy, it would help me out so much, thankyou so much.

  Posted On: January 21, 2008 10:50:38 PM

 Name: Bob Bruno
 Comments: Was with "A" company 3rd herd from the April splash at Cua Viet to Jan 25th, 68.
  Posted On: January 19, 2008 12:17:25 PM

 Name: James Garlick
 Comments: Once a marine always a Marine GOD BLESS US ALL Semper Fi Forever Viet Nam 1969-1970
  Posted On: January 18, 2008 07:11:29 AM

 Name: Robert
 Comments: Hi Everybody,
I'm looking for my father, Robert Young Jr. Robert living in North Greenwood Ave, Chattanoogo, TN, in 1983. Robert was in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam war, and spent R&R in Sydney, Australia in 1971. I was born Jan 1972.

Last time I spoke to Robert was in 1983 just before my mother past on. I was not rasied by my mother, infact I only knew her three months befor she died. She was in contact with robert untill she died. She never told him I was not with her.

I have two little girls of my own now, and they ask of him, where is his photo. I can not answer their questions, so I just put it off.

Can you or someone you know help me fill in part of the puzzle, which is my life. I have never had a photo of him, I just want to know about him good or bad.

Thank you for taking the time to read this massage, and if you could be of any help it would be much appreciated.

Robert Nathaniel Hallam Egan
  Posted On: January 17, 2008 10:40:50 PM

 Name: Dave
 Comments: site is very well done: simple, concise, and readable.
  Posted On: January 17, 2008 12:39:19 PM

  Posted On: January 12, 2008 02:51:49 PM

 Name: Richard Lewis
 Comments: Looking for anyone that served with Provisional Platoon Amtracs how-6's 1966-67 outside of DaNag. I am the one with the pet moneys!!! I am the only 0811 that had become a tank comander.Would like to hear from anyone that was there at that time.
  Posted On: January 09, 2008 08:47:44 AM

 Name: Joseph Culver
 Comments: My last wife had a cousin who used to hang around the Vet Center in his midwestern town. He had been diagnosed with PTSD from his war experiences. He would talk to me about things that had happened to him while he served as a grunt. Me, being an Amtracer, tried to relate in a reassuring manner-although a lot of the grunts that I knew had suffered mental trauma and stress that even I can't fathom (still). One day while driving with "Bill's" sister, I mentioned his disabilities and his family's seeming lack of respect for his service. His sister, knowing about my srevice, looked truly embarassed. She blushed deeply, averted her eyes for a few seconds and said softly. "Joe, Billy was never in the service." I was thunderstruck. I have always prided myself on my ability to weed out the phonies, but this guy had been to reunions, hung around the vet center, and read just about every book writted on the war. He knew his stuff. It was a great disappointment to me, personally, and an affront to all thos who did serve and especially those who gave all...I never spoke to Billy about Vietnam after that, although I also never confronted him about his lying. Maybe I should have said something, but my words would probably ring hollow to him. It seems that there are a lot of people who didn't want to do a dirty job when it was time and now they have feelings of inadequacy and regret. It is a sad situation for all involved... Semper fi. Joseph Culver, ex-Marine.
  Posted On: January 08, 2008 10:07:20 PM

 Name: Joseph Culver
 Comments: Looking for men who served with me while I was with Maint. Plt. A CO from Aug '67 to April'69. 1st Plt mostly, but I was at Marble Mtn alot, too. Call. Write. Do you remember Lt. Equi?
  Posted On: January 08, 2008 10:43:11 AM

 Name: jerry
 Comments: nice site gruff
  Posted On: January 08, 2008 06:02:52 AM

 Name: james williams
 Comments: Americal Division D 1st - 6th Infantry Vietnam 70 71
  Posted On: January 07, 2008 01:44:15 AM

 Name: Nan
 Comments: I was looking for information about the unit that my
uncle, 1st Sgt. Mike Delaney, served in in Vietnam and
came across this web page. Perhaps someone reading this might have known him? He was with Co "A" 3rd Amtrac Bn from March 1964 - June 1966. I started looking for him in 2004, as I'd never known him.
Unfortunately, I did find him - in Ft. Rosecrans Cemetery just a few months too late. I know almost nothing about him, other than what I can see on
his service records, and am curious about what kind of
person he was.

If you might have known him and can tell me anything,
I would be grateful. Even about what/where his unit did/went would be nice to know - His records don't fill in the blanks very well. Thanks very much for your time.
  Posted On: January 05, 2008 11:45:44 PM

 Name: Eugene J. Kleparski aka SKI
 Comments: I was in nam from Jan,68 to Jan,69. According to my records I was in A Co. 3rd. Amtrac, 1st. Marine Div. My Amtrac had a Rebel Flag painted on the front both sides. I remember a Lt. Metcalf we had and that is it. I can't recalled anyother names. If any of this sounds familiar to anyone let me know. Thank You, Gene.
  Posted On: January 03, 2008 03:48:21 PM

 Name: Robert Romaniello
 Comments: was with the 633rd CC&S Army at base of Crow's Nest in '69-'70. I'm writing a book about the area and would like any contributions. Welcome home
  Posted On: January 01, 2008 05:52:52 AM

 Name: Sam Fournier
 Comments: Thought I'd be the first one to sign your guesbook in 08. Great work on this site and Happy New Years
  Posted On: December 29, 2007 12:56:51 AM

 Name: John Popp
 Comments: Served with H&S Co 3rd Amtrac Btn. Sept 67 to Oct 68
  Posted On: December 27, 2007 12:00:45 PM

 Name: Eugene J. Kleparski aka SKI
 Comments: Vietman 1968 -1968, looking for anyone that knew me.
  Posted On: December 24, 2007 07:29:23 AM

 Name: Frank Merlin
 Comments: MERRY CHRISTMAS MARINE. Your website is fantastic. Thank you so much for all the work you have put into it.
  Posted On: December 20, 2007 03:46:12 PM

 Name: MSgt Lynn D. Baga
 Comments: Thanks for your Service, we will do our best to carry on the tradition!! YAT YAS!
  Posted On: December 20, 2007 01:45:35 AM

 Name: John Swaufield
 Comments: Thanks for the RIDE, served with 3/1 1966-1967, had a "bumpy ride" on Operation Stone, we found a mine which did a number on one of your tracs. Thanks again for all your support, we could not have made it without you guys.
  Posted On: December 18, 2007 11:40:42 AM

 Name: Joe Montuoro
 Comments: I was a Sgt. with H&S Co. from July 68 to Aug. 69 Semper Fi
  Posted On: December 13, 2007 12:16:37 PM

 Comments: THANKS
  Posted On: December 12, 2007 02:19:49 PM

 Name: PC Jones
 Comments: After finding this site last spring I was inspired to put together a slide show (PDF format) of pictures I'd been storing forever. I also found some Super 8 movie reels and converted to DVD. Time frame: Feb '68 - Mar '69 at Marble Mtn & ROK country. I'm happy to share. Contact me if you're interested.
  Posted On: December 12, 2007 08:21:10 AM

 Name: frank baldwin
 Comments: 3-a-42 1965-1966
  Posted On: December 10, 2007 02:31:20 AM

 Name: Charles Blanton
 Homepage: Does any one know this marine from Mulberry Arkansas? If so please E-mail me.
 Comments: He was in Viet Nam 1966-1970 they caller him Sargent Charlie
  Posted On: December 10, 2007 02:23:30 AM

 Name: Harry Stuart
 Comments: I was in Viet Nam 1966-1970
  Posted On: December 07, 2007 09:35:02 AM

 Name: Tim Prill
 Comments: Radio operator with Hq &4th plt July 66 to Aug 67
  Posted On: December 06, 2007 09:16:56 PM

 Name: Bob Grove
 Comments: HMM-163 1-66 to 1-68
  Posted On: December 04, 2007 02:34:57 PM

 Name: Martin K. Hurd
 Comments: Great page, I was there! I was an amtrac crewman and I can't believe you've written about it.
  Posted On: December 02, 2007 02:02:31 PM

 Name: dave thorn
 Comments: hey ron i was with DELTA 1/26 from dec 68 to dec 69. semper fi and welcome home your self. dave
  Posted On: November 29, 2007 07:03:56 PM

 Name: 1st. Lt. Bruce "Brent" Davis
 Comments: Retired as a Colonel, USMCR
  Posted On: November 29, 2007 10:30:19 AM

 Name: laveda friese
 Comments: thank you so much! from my heart♥♥♥♥♥
  Posted On: November 27, 2007 12:19:02 AM

 Name: Dan Kellum
 Comments: I was with 2/1 at Camp Lauer, South Vietnam in 1970...I've always wondered who Camp Lauer was named for? Would anyone know the origin of the camp's name? Semper Fi, Dan Kellum, Echo, 2/1
  Posted On: November 24, 2007 11:33:02 PM

 Name: Cle Allen
 Comments: I was with 1st ALVT's at the mouth of the Cua Viet River and the China Sea. Operating mainly just South of the DMZ.
  Posted On: November 24, 2007 10:27:32 PM

 Name: lisandro de hoyos
 Comments: like to make contact with some of the guys who served with the 2/35inf E-company
  Posted On: November 24, 2007 01:36:51 PM

 Name: Victor Conrad Merkel (Merk)
 Comments: 1st Amtracs 2nd platoon A Co. Dec. 67 to Dec 68
  Posted On: November 17, 2007 01:31:57 PM

 Name: herbert pleasant
 Comments: hello i was their
  Posted On: November 14, 2007 07:22:06 PM

 Name: Jon York
 Comments: I was with Kilo 3/5 1st Marine Division Vietnam 69-70
  Posted On: November 13, 2007 10:42:14 AM

 Name: Roy L. McGaa
 Comments: Served with B Co. 3rd Amtracs 62-66, RVN 65-66. Excellent site, can't believe I waited all these years to look for it. Semper Fi.
  Posted On: November 12, 2007 01:38:07 PM

 Name: Fred Wingfield
 Email: Fpwingfield@aol,.com
 Comments: Two things I forgot. HAPPY 232nd to ALL my MARINE BROHERS, and Happy Veterans Day. 3rd Amtracs 'B' Co RVN 68
  Posted On: November 12, 2007 08:40:18 AM

 Name: Bob Perigo
 Comments: I was Petty Officer 3rd and served at NSD TAN MY at the mouth of the HUE RIVER early 1966 through NOV '67. I went on a lot of security patrols with TRACS that rotated down from DONG HA/CAU VIET during that time. Most patrols were beach sweeps up or down the coast , with trips to PHU BAI/HUE NAVY RAMP once in a while. Would love to be in touch with any of you Marine Amtrac folks.......have many pictures . I live western slope colorado. Cheers & Blessings........Semper Fi......Bob
  Posted On: November 11, 2007 09:55:27 AM

 Comments: forget to wish everyone a happy veterans day God bless american and all our troops
  Posted On: November 11, 2007 09:09:54 AM

 Name: tony woollen
  Posted On: November 10, 2007 06:22:58 AM

 Name: Max
 Comments: Good site, wants to see much more on it! Welcome home Our Vets!
  Posted On: November 08, 2007 12:43:32 AM

 Name: Bob
 Comments: Excellent site, added to favorites!Welcome home Vets!
  Posted On: November 07, 2007 08:43:44 PM

 Name: Dominic Cersosimo
 Comments: 3rd Amtrac Batt - A Co - 1st Plat - 1967
  Posted On: November 06, 2007 11:40:45 PM

 Name: Max
 Comments: Thank you for your site. Welcome home Vets!
  Posted On: November 06, 2007 01:10:01 AM

 Name: Mike
 Comments: I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!
  Posted On: November 01, 2007 08:37:39 PM

 Name: walter young
 Homepage: MSN
 Comments: Your stories brought back some memories .I enjoyed the reading. I was a Seabee with MCB1 DeltaCo. Served two tours 66&67 I corp toar. Wounded 67 in the HaiVan pass. Always an Honor to have searved with Marines. SemperFi and Happy Birthday
  Posted On: October 31, 2007 03:01:58 AM

 Name: Tom Chester
 Comments: B-29 1968-1970
  Posted On: October 28, 2007 11:42:55 PM

 Name: Nick Johnson
 Comments: I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you...
  Posted On: October 27, 2007 09:14:25 AM

 Name: gary w. lillard
 Comments: I served with bravo co. marble mt.69-70 can't recall the plt. number.
  Posted On: October 27, 2007 08:48:21 AM

 Name: gary w. lillard
 Comments: I would like to come to a reunion if you are going to have another.
  Posted On: October 25, 2007 11:20:45 PM

 Name: Max
 Comments: You have an outstanding good and well structured site. I enjoyed browsing through it.
  Posted On: October 25, 2007 04:36:16 PM

 Comments: trying to locate j. falotico
  Posted On: October 24, 2007 02:52:20 AM

 Name: Matt
 Comments: Top shelf site.I understand the brotherhood that goes with serving ones country.But have never had the privelidge of serving.Veitnam Vets are my heros.Sounds funny coming from a 35 yo but thats how i feel every day i surf the net and read the many stories of the troops.I am Australian and damn proud off it.So keep ya heads down and remember that an Australian nobody thanks you for your efforts and admires every one who has served anywhere.
  Posted On: October 23, 2007 10:32:20 PM

 Name: larry strohm
 Comments: awesome site...took years to finally look for one. tks. all . Americal div. 69-7l
  Posted On: October 23, 2007 10:26:51 PM

 Name: larry
 Email: strohm
 Comments: awesome site...took years to finally look for one. tks. all
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