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Looking to interview anyone that flew in Lam Son 719 for a book that I am writing. It is as with my previous two books a novel, but I attempt to write them as historically accurate as possible attributing events to the proper units and people. Please contact me if you were there.

Added: December 7, 2019
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I served two tours in the Delta under the 164th CAG. My first tour was with the 336th AHC in Soc Trang, July 1968 thru July 1969. My 2nd tour was in Can Tho with the 18th CAC from Dec. 1971 thru Dec. 1972. My claim to fame is that I flew the last UH-1A mission flown in Vietnam in August 1968 when I flew the aircraft to Hotel-3 in Saigon to turn the aircraft in to be removed from service in the U.S. Army.

Added: November 27, 2019
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I was gunner in 240th 68-69 cap Young was A/C mister Wallace peter pilot made gunship before I left did a stent in Tay Ninh flying lerps good to see so of the old pics

Added: November 13, 2019
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173rd AHC machinist. rebuilt a lot of survo's and helped remove a lot of sailor caps. 69/70

Added: November 11, 2019
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I Was stationed at Bien Hoa with the 180th Big Windy arrived in sep 1970. then around dec 1970 or so we moved to Tuy Hoa. Lt Col Cyr commanding officer. I was dispatcher for the motor pool...

Added: November 6, 2019
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My first tour was with 575th TC Detachment assigned to A Troop 3/17 Cav at Di An from 8/69-8/70. Second tour was with 330 Trans Co in Vung Tau from 10/70-03/71.

Added: November 3, 2019
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I was a Cobra pilot with F-4 Cav from Oct 71 to Sep 72. Have lots of pics, including many from Tan My. Enjoyed these.

Added: November 1, 2019
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The twilight years are upon us, I know, yet there’s a job left unfinished from our in-country tours. The Vietnam War produced a staggering variety of personalized Army helicopter nose art & names. What’s unknown is the true, total amount generated by pilots & crews. Although an extensive number of pics & names have already been documented there’s probably 25% that still need to be counted. I invite my brother veterans to search their memories and photo albums for those elusive images & copter names that have yet to be tallied. American aviation history will thank you for adding to the story. John Brennan, former SP5, 114 AHC, 1970-71, Vinh Long AAF, Mekong Delta

Added: October 31, 2019
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Was assigned to F/79 Blue Max ARA Aug 71 to Apr 72
Looking for anyone assigned about the same time.
I was a radio operator working on a mountain top by FSB Mace


Added: October 22, 2019
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Was with both the 162nd AHC and 60th AHC

Added: October 19, 2019
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