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I was a door Gunner in 1868 with the Cobras. I think about them often .

Added: September 20, 2021
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I am the widow of Steven D. Johnson who served in Vietnam from 69-71. He served with the 273rd Aviation Co. He was with A Troop 3/17th Air Cavalry in 71 at Lai Khe. He was a member of the Red Platoon (Cobra's). I know he said he was crew chief but where or what I do not know. He didn't talk about his time there so I am trying to channel all my anxieties and frustrations from his passing away in June to a more positive channel. Any help will be deeply appreciated. God Bless and Thank you all for your service. Welcome Home.

Added: September 8, 2021
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was with 26th Chemical Detachment April 71- Feb 72. Conducted "Sniffer" missions and napalm drops.

Added: August 29, 2021
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Added: August 26, 2021
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It has been awhile since I last visit the site. I served with HHQ & B Trp. 3/17 Air Cav. Dian & Dong Tam 68-69. Found a few old pictures and would like to submit for addition to the collection. Welcome Home!

Added: August 11, 2021
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Just finished "Easter Offensive", by Col Turley and anyone in D Troop 1/1, 1971-1972 should read and wonder why we did not get intel before hand. It also makes a case for a Valorous Unit Award. There is also a good movie "Ride the Thunder".

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I was a generator mechanic ( MOS 52B20 ) and my shack was at the motor pool… I’m 80 yrs. old and doing ok… I wish everyone the best!!
I was with the 167th Trans Det.


Added: August 2, 2021
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i was one of early shotgunner tdy to nam from hawie iwas with the 25th avn. bat. i went nam in 64 to 65

Added: June 30, 2021
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Home town Buffalo, OK when I joined the Army. Presently living in Many, LA. Assigned to B Co (Avn Co 6th SFG) 227th AHB, 1st Cav in Sep '65. Road the slow boat to VN and lived in a squad tent at the Gulf Course till my DEROS in May '66. We did not have the later call signs nor Company unit patches while I was there so that is all foreign to me and very interesting. We called the BN CO Skipper 6, don't remember his name. He was the first Master Army Aviator I saw during my service from '63-'66. He was a WWII vet and one tough old man. I for one had a lot of respect for him. If we went on a mission of more than a hand full of ships he was always flying the C & C bird and at least once went in and picked up the 4 man crew from a slick shot down in Happy Valley. We were involved in the opening days of the Ah Shu battle but the BN was relieved by the 229th after just a day or two. They had the tough part of that little go around. Thanks for the memories.

Added: June 28, 2021
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It was 1970. I was 19. Spec 5 in 169tc co d redskins cobras. Camp Evans was the base. It was a crazy year but we got home in one piece. I now wish I had gotten names of a few of the guys I served with. It would be nice to stay in touch. If anyone reads this please call 619-990-0005 or email.

Added: June 23, 2021
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