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AERORIFLE Medic 1970. Happy to have served. Would do it again in a heartbeat.
Respectfully
Michael Dempsey
25th Infantry Division
3rd Squadron 4th Cavalry
"D" Troop
Combat Medic
Vietnam and Cambodia


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Been a while since I have been to this site. Thanks for keeping it up. 1970 1971. Lam son 719

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Great web site!
A Troop 2/17 CAV, 101 ABN 5/70 - 5/71
Quang Tri, Khe Sahn, Techepone Laos, Lam Son 719

If they only let us CAV guys stay 6 more weeks we could have won that war.


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the m 551 on the lowboy with number 123 road wheels blown off is g 29 that baby was mine when that happened

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my step dad was jimmy nievez "little joe" has past to with brothers of 191st AHC i miss him so much...

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Was in the 170th Assualt, Bikinis and Bucaneers from May 1970 until the unit was deactivated early 1971!
This company received the Presidental Unit Citation for Valor for duties preformed against the north Vietnam from Kontum,VN on search and destroy missions in Loas! We were located on the HoChiMen trail coming out of Laos the NVA used to supply other NVA in the southern parts of SVN!We were deactivated because we only had around 120 men and the NVA was preparing to overrun our unit with two regiments of north vietnamese regulars. Finished my tour in Khe Sahn on the LamSahn 217 mission into Laos...all great men!


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My step-dad was Carl B Terry from Foley Alabama. He was a CW2 UH-1C pilot in Company D ,101 Assault Helicopter Battalion, 101 Airborne Division. He received the DFC for heroism on August 4, 1968 flying a combat mission in support of Operation Sumerset Plain after his team leader took fire, was wounded, and had to leave the A Shau valley around 11:30am that day.
My dad passed in 1991. I was just looking for more information about what happened that day. CB remained an air taxi pilot after Vietnam, and managed the Enterprise Airport, just outside of Fort Rucker AL for nearly 10 years. He didn’t talk about the war very often. Thank you for your webpage.


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I was the ammo SGT 13B40 for C/4/77ARA in 1970 at Camp Evans.I had all the 13A's in the unit,appox 48 soldiers as the main workforce.I was there for the last major battle at fire base "RIPCORD.I took a break from service and retired as a LTC, having spent time on active duty,guard and reserves.Last overseas assignment Bosnia in 1999.My commander was Dick Hale,i think,lol.

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June 5th 1970 was a sad day for the Gators.

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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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