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I WAS WITH B COMPANY, 123RD AVIATION BATTALION, 23RD INF DIV FROOM JUN 71 TO NOV 71 WHEN THE UNIT STOOD DOWN...THEY MOVED ME UP TO DA NANG TO THE 48TH ASSAULT HELICOPTER COMPANY TILL MARCH 72 WHEN I LEFT VIETNAM...

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I was with the D/17 from April 1972 to January 2, 1973. I was the Tech Supply officer and Maintenance officer at the unit. I flew High bird and Low Bird when needed. I also flew with Dean in the Cobra when a bullet catcher was needed. Peter Hoban was the head Maintenance Officer. Me and Veleski were under him. I don't know if anyone remembers me any more.

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How do I submit photographs to your website?

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361st Aviation Company (Escort)
Camp Holloway
29July '68 to 28 July '69
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C Trp Blues. Team 3. 1971 (and a good time was had by all).

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I was assigned to C Company. 101st Avn Bn 101st Ann Div as the Avionics Maintenance chief 1970-71. Would like to hear from past members.

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I was a medic with the unit when it was Quan Loi, then when we moved to Bear Cat! I was there from 1970-71.

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I was assigned to the 165th Aviation Group during October 1970 - August 1971. The unit was under the command of Col. Francis Kelly and XO LTC Martin Heuer, both of whom were excellent officers. The 165th did a commendable job of protecting the freedom of the South Vietnamese until the communist take-over in 1975.

I remain convinced that the Vietnam War was a conflict America could have won had it the full backing of our country and our commander in chief. The sad truth is that JFK, LBJ, William Westmoreland, Creighton Abrams and Congress never committed to winning. We went in with a "delaying action" objective.

The lesson we hopefully learned--but it's not evident yet--is that whenever the US commits to a combat mission, we only do so with the full backing of the American people, an arsenal sufficient to overpower the enemy and with a clear plan of leaving the field of battle once the mission has been accomplished.


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