Nice blog, nice pics, I was in Bravo 69/70. Moved to recon probably Dec of 69, spent the rest of my tour their on Debbie. No nothing of Sa Juan hill.
Subject: 349 Days
Earlier today I finished reading Mr. Davis’s book. Thank you so much for sharing your experiences! I found the website in the book and I have really enjoyed viewing the photos. I retired this past summer after 28 years active duty Army and National Guard. I served at various places in the US, South Korea and two tours in Iraq. I just wanted to say Welcome Home and Thank You so much for your Service.
SFC (R) 11B
Subject: sorry I missed all the fun you guys had
was in Lt.Penas platoon got transferred to 198 th infantry got there just in time to attack a place called pinkville survived returned home to all the hatered by anti war folks became NewYork City Firefighter
Subject: D 4/21 70/71
Great that you have a group site. We shared the same real estate.
Subject: “349 Days “
Just finished Slater’s book
Subject: Referred to this site
I also knew Carl "Boo" Grosclose and Pat Byrne when they were reassigned to 3rd Plt A Co 4/3 11th Bde of which I was assigned to as a medic....Doc Burnes
Subject: Slater's reference to this web site
I was a medic with 3rd Plt A Co 4/3 11th Bde 23rd Inf Div (Americal). I joined the platoon in Khe Sahn the end of March of 71, so Lt Montgomery told me, at the end of Lam Son 719/Dewey Canyon II. But I did associate with men from 4th Plt B Co as they were assigned to 3rd Plt A Co later on. Lonnie "Flash" Johnson was in 3rd Plt while I was the medic there...Doc Burnes
Subject: GREAT SITE
i was in duc pho from oct 70 to 71 i was in charlie co. 4th 21st 4 platoon and in delta companytoo iam serrano doc medic of those platoon antonio quiles i think he was in bravo co. he dead in the bush vietnam welcome home all the brothers
I was with B 1st ptl 4/3 11th on SJH JAN. 1970 to Dec 1970.
These pictures make it possible for my grand sons to see where I served.
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Hi Michael, Glad you found our website and enjoyed it. Sharing our Vietnam experience with family can be a difficult, but freeing experience. I am glad you are sharing your story with your grandsons. I am sure they have gained a greater respect for you because of that.
Welcome Home brother.