Comments: Daughter of Major Charles Edward Sauer KIA 1967
Added: April 20, 2014
Submitted by Name: Santiago F. Uranga From: Southern California, USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: The info on the 125th is great. I was a company clerk in 1968-69 and Major William Sharp was the company commander. He was a top-notch leader.
I am currently in contact with a few guys from my time in Bien Hoa.
Added: April 12, 2014
Submitted by Name: edward moran From: new jersey da E-mail: Contact
Comments: I believe my uncle Richard H.Moran flew with you. It is mywith great pain that I have to say that my uncle past away last month he spoke highly of many of you. many times he told me stories of his days in veitnam he will be sadly missed
Added: April 11, 2014
Submitted by Name: marlon m coffee From: albuquerque new mexico E-mail: Contact
Comments: 1967 to 1970 540 th trans co
Added: April 8, 2014
Submitted by Name: LTC (Ret) John H. Acock je From: Army Brat, but live in St. Louis E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great! I arrived in Tuy Hoa around April 1971 about two weeks after the revetment crash that killed CWO Meade. I was assigned as the Maintenance Officer (Thankless Job! The CH-47 819 in the picture ended up a hanger queen and almost killed me. 528 wasn't much better. Amazing how I still remember the tail numbers at age 70. I had the pleasure of moving the unit to Lane Army Heliport under the 7/17 CAV after we turned over Tuy Hoa over to the VC. I do not always look at the Viet Nam War with good thoughts, but seeing the pictures reminded me of a great unit and a lot of good memories. Thanks "Big Windy 8"
Added: April 1, 2014
Submitted by Name: Lloyd Cooper From: Hometown. Dayton, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was attached to the 180th ASHC at Tuy Hoa from 1967 thru 1969. I went through your webpage and did not see anything about our unit at Tuy Hoa during the years I was assigned there. Do you, or do you know ,anyone that might have info or photos from that period? I was crew and company armorer while stationed there. Our compound was behind the village on the beach at that time. Hope you can come up with something. Thanks, Lloyd