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Curently in Medford Ore. I was the cobra flightline chief Sp5 Ftrp 1st 9th Cav Ft. Courage.Bein Hoa April 72-thru August 72. Looking for email addresses for members of this unit.

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VHPA Museum is the best. I love it. Thanks! Marc Ballhaus :)

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An old Aeroscout backseat doorgunner. Glad to be back and see so many of my brothers are back as well.

Added: May 9, 2012
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I was with the 189th in 1969 as a door gunner and a crew chief on a C module gun ship. The picture you have are some of the guys i flew with. This is the first time that i have tried to look up any thing about the 189th. I lost every thing in a fire so all patches and uniforms are gone. If you know of any Avenger patches and Gost Rider patches i sure would like to have a pair of them.

Added: May 29, 2012
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I was scout of 1 Squadron 10 Cav. 4th Div. 68-69, spent 14 1/2 months in bush. All over II corp in central highlands.

Added: June 5, 2012
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I rounded up the best of the best helicopter nose art I could find and had them published. You may pre-order (and receive a 33% discount) from Amazon or Barnes & Noble the September 1st, 2012 release of John Brennan's latest publication: "Vietnam War Helicopter Art: U.S. Army Rotor Aircraft". It is a 8.5 x 11 inch, 208 page book, containing 300 color nose art photos from Stackpole Books. All the best, John Brennan, former SP5, 114 AHC, 1970-71, Vinh Long AAF, Mekong Delta

Added: June 8, 2012
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I was the Squaudron Draftsman who designed and painted the squaudron HQ sign of the 'crossing helicopter tails' shown in your pic of Squadron HQ.

My CO was then LTC Robert F. Mollineli - the most courageous man I ever met and one who was universally respected and loved by all EM's and officers alike. For some reason, I was just thinking about LTC Mollineli this morning and decided to see what I could find out about him online, when I came acrossed this website.


Added: June 24, 2012
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Bob Herington...

Re: "El Loacho", do you know the tail number? If so, you might try looking it up on Joe Baugher's website. I can't post the link here, but just Google for "Joe Baugher" and visit his site...you'll know what to do.

D.


Added: June 27, 2012
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was at the 2012 reunion this past weekend seen guys that i have not seen since soc trang 1969 had a great weekend

Added: June 25, 2012
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enjoyed Bates' 240thAHC pix. I remember him as I flew
in 240th 70-71 as a Greyhound until last few weeks as
Skymaster16. Wished I had taken more pix. Thanks, Bates


Added: June 25, 2012
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