VHPA Museum Guestbook





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A fantastic site for looking up and researching helicopter action during the Vietnam war. It is good to see some of the most decorated Pilots of the war have donated pictures and stories. Well done and keep adding to the site. Mick Stewart.

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I went to Vietnam in March 1967. Joined Co B, 86th Cbt Engr Bn at Phu Loi, then to Bearcat. Sometime during this tour i made friends with a RICHARD L. PARNELL. I have been hunting Richard for years and i may be close now. I hope someone here may know how i can get in touch with him. I've made several attempts for phone numbers of guys i think from the 68th who may know him. Frans VandenBroek, if you read this i know you know Richard. I was the Operations NCO for the company and was chosen to take part in the Engineer Book that Richard worked on, but the 1sgt didn't want me to go so i stayed as the Oper NCO. The Reunion president i also tried to contac-did get an email to him, no answer yet. I will email the last address for Richard tonight hopefully to get a response. I still have the issues of the Engineer Book Richard gave to me when he came back down to Bearcat. Thanks to all of you, for the great work you did. we built a lot of the helipads at Bearcat in 67. 240th i think was there. Thank you all very much, jerry (606)348-5421

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Great site John. You've put a ton of effort into this.

Added: April 21, 2012
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My brother WO1 Tim Michael flew with 101 Airborne. Shot down and killed on 7/4/69 Lamar Plain. Like to chat with anyone who was there.

Added: April 28, 2012
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I was a Soc Trang Tiger pilot from May 63 thru Dec 63. it was my second tour with the then 93d Helicopter Company (LigHt cargo).
We flew the old H-21 and learned that the old girl was a very durable crash worthy friend? my regards to any of the old crew? Jerry Sullivan


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Sorry to hear about the guestbook, always enjoyed going back and looking for guys from my unit. I enjoyed working with everyone from C4/77ARA at Camp Evans, 70-71. :) :)

Added: April 30, 2012
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Hi everyone

I was a member of Echo Troop from the begining. I was originally with Delta 227 Av. when they were merged with others to form Echo Troop 1st/9th Cav. It's been a long time since then and would love to here from anyone still around.

Take Care all

Ray White


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I too was an original member of the 361st. I signed into the unit in August 1967 at Gray Base, Ft. Hood. I believe I was the thirteenth guy to sign into the unit. I was the the Como guy until I became a door gunner, while we still had C model Huey's (before they were traded in for Cobra's. I was promoted from Pvt E-2 to Sgt. E-5 while a member of the unit. I later went on to become a Warrent Officer pilot. I retired in 1991 as a Master Warrent SIP, having flown Huey's, Cobra's and, CH-47 Chinooks. My best wishes to all.

Ken


Added: May 2, 2012
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Crewchief/ gunner with 240th aslt.co from the beginning in Texas and Vietnam for 7 months. Then to the 135th aslt. helecopter co. for the balance of my year.
Special hello and welcome home to all.


Added: May 3, 2012
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Informative site. Kind of like visiting AngleFire

Added: May 3, 2012
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