Submitted by Name: ricky joe miller From: bakersfield ca. E-mail: Contact
Comments: 1971-72 flew door gunner for 5th transportation 101st Airborne Div. then moved to 326 medevac (dust off) for last 3 mo. of my tour/ I thought being a Door Gunner was a dangerous job/boy did I get my eyes opened/those 3 mo.in dust off I will remember all the days of my life, Rick joe
Added: August 17, 2013
Submitted by Name: Barry Marston From: Suwanee Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Flew with Pipesmoke at Phuloi as a rigger/gunner the year I was there 71-72 SSG Mac NCOIC Had my share of fun being one of the cocky bunch. Time there would have really sucked if I had to be one of those poor hanger rats in the 605th or one of the other company's in the 520th.
Added: August 16, 2013
Submitted by Name: DALE CONNERS From: NASHVILLE TN E-mail: Contact
Comments: great job I was a shotgunner with the 114th I was in vingh long from sept1964 till dec 1964 then returned in jan 1966 with the 25th divison to viet nam
Added: August 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: Jim Brennan From: Norfolk VA E-mail: Contact
Comments: 128CAHC-65-66 B Co & HHC 101st AVN BN 68-69 :o
Added: August 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Albert Berglund From: Oregon E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was a platoon leader under COL Larry Brown in the early 1990's in the Oregon Army National Guard. What an amazing soldier and great mentor.
Albert Berglund MAJ (RTD) ORARNG
Added: August 8, 2013
Submitted by Name: Keith Cofield From: Alabama E-mail: Contact
Comments: My first tour I was in the 2/34th Armor, 1st Inf. Div. in Lai Khe. Out of those twelve months, we spent, maybe, fifteen to twenty days not in the boonies. We were one of only two tank units with the 1st Inf. we would be with one unit on their op, when they went back in another one would be coming out so we went and linked up with them to go on their op. My second tour I was a door gunner with the 173rd Assault Helicopter Co. I found I LOVED flying and wished I had done it earlier. We had a clean bed and clean clothes every night and day. Food from a mess hall and even though we were shot down once and went down once from a mechanical malfunction, I loved it!
Added: August 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: jerry miller From: tacoma, washington E-mail: Contact
Comments: 119th AHC Pleiku/An Khe '68-'69
Added: August 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: Stephen Whitley From: San Antonio, TX E-mail: Contact
Comments: Served with D Troop 17 Cav 11 CAG July 72 to Feb 73 Guns Plt. Plt Sgt Ridgeway at Marble Mountain, then SSG George after move to Da Nang. CW2 Charles Dean was flying my ship when he was killed. Would like to know if CW2 Canary survived his injuries. Other Plt members Sp5 Anson, Sp5 Magyar, Sp4 Norbomb, Tiny, Sp4 George (Native American). I am sorry I can not remember everybodies name.
Added: August 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dean Elliott From: California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Served with the 125th Aviation at Hawk Hill and Hue 1970/71.