Submitted by Name: Larry W. Brewster From: Walland, TN E-mail: Contact
Comments: 162nd AHC, Can Tho Thanks to all who served A job had to be done and was done. Complelted 33.5 years and worked and Inspected many Airframes for those to fly. Again Thank you so much who served and Protected us and still do each and every day Good day and may God Bless each alive and deceased. LWB, Military Retired
Added: March 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ron Hutchins From: Arkansas living in Washington State E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was a crewchief/doorgunner on UH-1 388 in 71-72 in 48th Assault Helicopter Bluestars. Flew into Tan My many times for fuel. Brings back a lot of memories both good and some not good at all. Thanks for the site. :!cool:
Added: March 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Tom Krotzer From: Spokane, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I too was stationed at Tuy Hoa with the 180th ASHC. I arrived in June of 1971. As a SP-5 I was given my own maintenance team but like you it was boring. I put in for flight platoon and was immediately an FE. I was assigned 008 as my helicopter.
Added: March 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: S/P 5 David Wood From: Fort Worth, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Was the Aviation Communication Equipment Repairman. Year 1972, I remember James Brosnan, Anybody know of any body that was in the Avionics Hootch 1n 72 drop me a line . or call me 8177989492
Added: March 7, 2013
Submitted by Name: Terry Vraniak From: Anch. Alaska E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi All- Flew scouts most of my time (OH-6)at Camp Evans 1970-1971. Call sign Thunder 33. Looking for Dale Hanten.
Added: March 2, 2013
Submitted by Name: Peter J Gallo From: New Jersey E-mail: Contact
Comments: Served with the 61st from 71 - 72
Added: March 1, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dick Kennedy From: Vancouver, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: SP5 228th, 362th, Airframe Repair... Tin bender. Bearcat, Pho Loi 1970-71. Flew as a substitute Crew Chief on a number of different Aircraft over the year.
Added: February 26, 2013
Submitted by Name: Kelly Bulla From: Nescopeck, PA E-mail: Contact
Comments: My father, Larrie C. Kline, served with the army and did his tour in Vietnam from 1965-66. He served with the E Battery, 82nd Artillery, First Calvary Division. He was a crew chief on one of the hueys. My father passed away this past Sunday, on February 24th. We will bury him on Friday with military honors. He was proud to serve his country. If anyone knows him, you may remember that he painted some of the 1st Calvary insignias on some of the hueys. God Bless our Veterans and God Bless the USA!
Submitted by Name: Hug J. Radloff From: Hamburg, Michigan E-mail: Contact
Comments: This is the first time I've seen this site. In the photo tilted "Before the Crash", the crew member to the right leaning on the Helicopter is SP/4 Bray. I don't remember his first name but some of those in his platoon were SP4 Neff, SP4 Felio, SP4 Estes, PFC Jefferson, SP$ Ken Yuler. I had a photo of all of them just before they went to Da Nang but some dip S--t hooch maid stole it.