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I served at Soc Trang from June1964 to August1964 I crewed a Viking gunship and yes we did wear black t-shirts. I would have stayed in if it wasn't for the war. I would have loved to go to pilot and learned how to fly a HUEY.

Added: February 14, 2019
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I am the son of SFC (possibly MSGT by the time he was assigned to the 240th) Joseph A. Pahl who served in RVN sometime during 68 - 71. Although he passed in 2002, I have come across a 240th Unit flag that was in my mother’s belongings (she recently passed also). Was wondering if it would mean anything to a former member?

Added: February 8, 2019
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i was in the unit in 1972 until the end of the war and flew the last scout mission. i also took the pics you have on your website of the interview with the BBC and then young ED Bradley. i was also in the overflight of Loch's trailing smoke and have more pics.
those were black and white pics because i was developing them in the dark room we had.
i was a door gunner but cant remember my Loch's tail number but it had a pic of a vulture on the engine door that said "VC Birth Control"


Added: January 21, 2019
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are you the person asking for photos of personalized helicopters in Vietnam? If so, what are you going to do with them and what are we going to get out of it? I have many photos of my Vietnam tour. Helicopters, hooch photos,
our female workers, going home parties, Vietnam terrains,
landed areas waiting for deployments. I had other more graphic photos, but a Sergeant took my film.
my tour put me right in the middle of the TET offensive. And Phu Loi was at the heart "supposedly". I created the largest M-5 system "Frog system" in Vietnam while I was there with the "GUNSLINGERS". And I created that painted picture of Yosemite Sam from a cool-aid package I received from home.


Added: January 17, 2019
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Gentlemen, the following request is for a future Army aviation history publication. Question: who among you during your Vietnam tour-of-duty recall seeing/crewing/piloting an in-country Army helicopter which exhibited on its fuselage a "personalized painted name" like, for example, IRON BUTTERFLY and SUSIE Q? Thank you, John Brennan, johnmailman2@yahoo.com, former SP5, 114 AHC, 1970-71, Vinh Long AAF, Mekong Delta

Added: January 5, 2019
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Mr. Loomis, if I am noting to you, I was the Spec 5 who was the crew chief head of the LOH platoon, 163rd Aviation Company from July, 1968 to July, 1969. I well remember watching Jimmy Stewart land at our pad that day. You may remember Mr. Harris, nicknamed littleman, Bill Rosser, and other OH-6 pilots from that period. I was privileged to fly with these men and others during that time. Memories!

Added: December 25, 2018
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Mr.Bates my name is David Eads Jr. My father also was with the 240th Mad Dogs and I am very proud to be his son because of what you men did.I would love to be able to get you 2 in contact with each other if that's possible.

Added: December 19, 2018
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JUST WANTED TO STOP BY AND SAY THANK YOU.MY DAD WAS A SGT WITH THE 1/9 A TROOP..SNOOPY..66-67..I SEE A FEW FAMILIAR NAMES AND PICS HERE,I HAVE A FEW NICE PICS FROM THERE ALSO.WOULD LIKE TO POST.T/U..GOD BLESS AND WELCOME HOME TROOPERS.

Added: December 11, 2018
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I was in Dien 71/72 ended in Danang just want ted to say what up

Added: December 7, 2018
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Added: December 6, 2018
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