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dick allen mcb 128 67-69 seabee 
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Sunday, July 10, 2016 16:03

my mother in law gave me a book called dispatches about 18 years after I came home. Ive never stopped reading about the sacrifices given over there by our brothers that didn't come home. I never go by any vet that I don't say welcome and thanks. ive had many tell me the same when im wearing my hat or jacket. my feelings will never change about the guys that gave all over there. I tried to drown those memories until 20 years ago.i finally quit. thankyou dick
Edward G.Goehring Bravo company (Boat Guy) 
Coopersburg< pa.
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Saturday, July 9, 2016 21:52

Brothers from Charlie company, Does anyone remember the PFC spoken about in the last posting? I have been contacted by his brother, who is trying to Make application, to the department of the Army, to Have the CMOH awarded to Michael, about 49 years after the fact. I don't know what he did so heroic, but maybe someone from Charlie company remembers. With Capt Powers, KIA, and one platoon leader, this cuts down on the officers, able to verify his heroism. Then another Charlie company Platoon leader was KIA on July 23, 1967. If Michael was a hero, He deserves recognition. . Please step forward if you know anything.
Edward J. Roell 
Hillsdale, New Jersey 07642-2
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Friday, July 1, 2016 18:11

To all Who Will Read This:

Any man who was with PFC. Michael Conrad Roell, {US 52 688 723; PFC; AUS; CO C, 3D BN, 8th INF, 4th INF, DIC, Vietnam} who died, 26 May, 1967, during "Operation Francis Marion 5 April to 31 May 67/Battle of Plei Doc," and who witnessed what PFC. Roell did; how he did it and under what circumstances; for which he lost his life, please get in touch with me.

I have begun the process of asking The US Army to consider PFC. for The Medal Of Honor, should they see fit...? I need, at least, 3 eyewitnesses who can and will vouch for Michael's bravery and Valor... .

Without such testimonies, the required paperwork will, ultimately, be in vain.

Please, come forward for Michael, as it is about him, and not about me.

Edward J. Roell
Peter Gangi Company D 3/8 Oct68-May69 
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Sunday, June 19, 2016 23:26

To all our brothers from Cleveland
congrats on Cavaliers historic victory
over the Golden State Warriors.
Steve Pannell Co. B 3/8th 67-68 
Euless, Texas
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Monday, May 30, 2016 10:02

Another year gone by but will always remember all of you. Take care brothers.
Neil Obright 1967-1968 
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Sunday, May 29, 2016 22:04

Too Many Friends did not return
bill perrkins c/3/8 
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Thursday, May 26, 2016 13:24

remembering those lost this day 1967. Capt. Powers, Lt. Andrews, and the rest KIA
Ed Sleichert. B Co. 68/69 
Chicago, Il.
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Monday, May 9, 2016 09:41

Remembering the men who made the ultimate
sacrifice on LZ Penny. today May 9, 1969.
Rest in peace, Brothers.
Frank Scholer 
Franktown, CO
Sunday, April 24, 2016 12:20

A while ago I asked about a gun truck named Celestial Death that was part of the 4th ID, 4th S&T. After further research I found out that it also went by the name Grim Reaper. I found a photo of it in a youtube video called 2 1/2 and 5 ton gun trucks of the Vietnam War. The photo shows a partial hood number (04E7xxxx) and bumper number 44ST. It also has an antenna with what looks like state flags; Ohio, Florida and Connecticut. I suspect these might be the home states of some of the crew members. Can anyone confirm this information.
Bernie Corpe Co D 3rd bat 8th inf 
Doc to , Plaque
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016 14:03

Anyone that served in D co 7/68 through 11/68 please feel free to contact me, I left in Nov of 68 was a platoon commander
Doug Milliken, Recon 3/8, 1969-1970 
Orange, CA
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Thursday, April 7, 2016 12:39

I was a squad leader in the Recon Platoon of 3rd Battalion/8th Infantry from Dec 1969 to Aug 1970. I recently posted a video on YouTube of of a presentation that I gave in February to the Torrance, CA Chapter of Sons of the American Revolution, about Operation Binh Tay I, the largest US airmobile combat assault of the Vietnam War. This raid involved the entire 1st and 2nd Brigades, some 3,000 men inserted in a single assault. If you are interested in watching this video, search “Cambodian Incursion” on YouTube and you should find it. If not, add my name to the search.
Patrick Moynihan 
Burnsville, Minnesota
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Thursday, March 31, 2016 23:17

I am grateful for the men who fought along side my father Sgt. Kevin Leo Moynihan in C company in Vietnam in '68. My entire family are too. It brings me great sadness to inform this site that my father passed away in January. I have been looking through the site in hopes to see a pic of my dad.
John Gleason 
North Carolina
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Saturday, March 26, 2016 22:18

Remembering my brother Dennis and all the men who fought together on FSB 14. You are all in my thoughts and prayers, always.
Rob Miner Dco 4th Div 
Lake George NY
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Saturday, March 26, 2016 11:31

thinking of all the brave men who gave all on this day fb 14 [incoming]
Stuart White, E Co. RECON, 1967-1968 
Middleboro, MA
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Saturday, March 26, 2016 04:15

Remembering Dennis, Jim, Lt Gorsich and all those who gave all on FB14 this day 1968.....For no one is cast off by the Lord forever.
Though he brings grief, he will show compassion,so great is his unfailing love.
For he does not willingly bring affliction or grief to anyone.
Lamentations 3:30,31
Frank Scholer 
Franktown, CO
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Tuesday, March 15, 2016 19:02

I am not a veteran but I am a member of the Military Vehicle Collectors of Colorado. I am trying to find out information about the 4th ID, 4th S&T Co which served in Vietnam in the early 70's. I saw a picture of a gun truck named Celestial Death which was part of that unit and would like to find information about the history of it. I would appreciate any info your members can provide.
JOE TRAVNIK Bco 68-69 
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Sunday, March 6, 2016 20:06

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Thursday, March 3, 2016 08:48

Rich Linneman, A Co., 68 - 69 
Thursday, March 3, 2016 06:42

Remembering Pete Force and the rest of the heroes in Company A who died on March 3'rd 1969. After 47 years you are all still remembered often.
charlie fields A company K.I.A.3/3/1969 
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Tuesday, February 23, 2016 13:07

Thank you,for your service to the people of.These United States.May god make your path home safe and free of all troubles.May the Lord God be with you allways.Your brother in faith.David Fields
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