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I've been scouring the web for quite some time for information on my dad's unit, 362nd Aviation Company, Phu Loi, 1971 - 1972. For anyone interested, my dad is Kenneth Edwards. I used Wayback Machine to see if the website ran by the late LTC Carle E. Dunn and found the site can still be viewed as long as you go through that service.

Since there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of information on the 362nd, I wanted to share here so that other people will be able to access this information.


Added: July 17, 2017
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I served with B 5/7 Cav.in Vietnam from Oct67-Oct68. On Feb.21st 1968 a photo was taken of me & my RTO in a battle outside of Hue during TET68. A month or so later on the evening chopper came some newspapers where this photo was on the front page. I'm guessing it was "The Cavalair"newspaper since I was in the 1st Cavalry Division. I sure would like to see this paper & this photo before my time is up. Can you help me,please. It would mean the world to much. Even if there is no chance I would like to know. Sincerely,Mike Shoemaker

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Living in Oklahoma Now -- I was the cobra flight line chief- Sp5 --Bein Hoa-

(Fort Courage)

April 1972 --August 1972 --F Troop 1st / 9th Aircav - Airmobile

Is there Anyone Out There ---1gsmoko@gmail.com- Or- 541-261-5305


Added: July 12, 2017
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355th September 68 to September 69 fit enginer

Added: July 11, 2017
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I was with Charliehorse from May 1970 to September 1971. I was Charliehorse 22.

Added: July 8, 2017
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I served in the AH1G Training Team in Vung Tau. The unit was brand new in March 1969. We were attached to the 147th Assult Support Helicopter Co. The AH1G Training Team was directly under control of USARV. I arrived mid March 1969 as a Cobra crew chief and rotated home mid March 1970. There is a great book available (which I am in) called VIETNAM MAILBAG. The book is full of over 1000 letters written to the Wilmington News Journal about the Vietnam war. Unlike other books written about the war there is no authors bias because the book is full of many different points of view. It is an excellent overview of the war starting 1968 and till 1972.

Added: July 7, 2017
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Was with 180th as engine mechanic from 1968_70
Been look-in for any info on Carl Frost . Worked in engine shop also . I was told he was knocked off chopper by blade while I was on rr . I have not been able to locate him or any info . Any help out there ?


Added: June 30, 2017
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Hi l am the son of SBLT A.Perry EMU 135th AHC and l am trying to find information on an operation that happened on the 18th May 1970 Kein Hoa province Binh Dai when rf/pf was being over run. My father was awarded the Silver Star.Troop B, 7th Squadron, 1st Air Cavalry Division, Albert Crouch chalk 3 was shot and killed. Any info would be greatly appreciated

Added: June 25, 2017
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Vietnam Camranh Bay and Bien Hoa 66-67

Added: June 11, 2017
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Added: June 4, 2017
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