served with 106gun crew in1968 was on allen brook also in hue city w/D company mar-may68 I REMEMBER MITCH MILLER FROM MI CAN ANYONE REMEMBER ME
Looking for mitch miller 106plation 1st bn 27th 1968 he was from mi
I was looking for Chuck Self and Cpl. Hammontree, we were in 2nd plt. Charlie Co. 1/27. I'm going to the reunion in Charleston S.C; Sept.18-21, 2016.
I'm looking for people from 1/27 that served during 1968. I am trying to piece together where I went after Allen Brook... my dd214 shows I was with the echo co. 2nd Bn 9th Marines. If I served with you please contact me. My name is Wayman Kelly Edmonds and I'm from Texas... Everyone called me Kelly... any information would be helpful...
I was with 1/27 from 67-69 I was with Shore Party We had the job of mine sweeps on MSR & the road near the Da Nang Airport. Left Hawaii in 1970 and came back in 1985 with the 25th Inf.
My father was a Navy Corpsman who was attached to the 1st BN 27th Marines. He is looking for anyone who was there who remembers him. He is not listed in the roster and wishes to get some dates f certain events to help his memory so he can deal with his diagnosed PTSD. My father is Lubbert Van Dellen most people call him Bert. Please contact me if you can help.
My name is Donald Werkheiser. I'm looking for anyone who remembers me from 27th marines Charlie company from 1968 to get in touch with me.
was stationed with 1/27 at MCAS Kaneohe as a Corpsman
I saw on a web page You might have a article your mom saved of Larry also from Porterville who died shortly after Stephen. If I could get a copy I would appreciate it. Thanks
Hi Billy Nguyen...Thanks for your opinion and a reminder of how the South Vietnamese people suffered because of the war. I can only imagine since I wasn't there. America was pulled into the war because North Vietnam was determined to unite all of Vietnam as a communist state. North Vietnamese soldiers, supplied by China and Russia, were responsible for far more deaths of South Vietnamese than America or France. In Hue alone, over 10 thousand South Vietnamese residents were murdered due to the NVA's reculturing program. Never the less, people such as your family paid a high price, something far removed from any political view. I remember seeing the photos of thousands of South Vietnamese walking down Highway One fleeing the NVA from Da Nang at the end of the war; they knew what the NVA were capable of. Most Americans fought with bravery and compassion, however there were atrocities on both side. I empathize with you Billy and thanks again for your comment.