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Wolfhounds were Great where ever they were. Dose any one Know that We were in Korea? we did even Greater there
The Wolfhounds are some of the bravest who ever lived!
What did Captain Blackwood die of? I remember him very well, from our Vietnam combat service. He was a fine leader and a good man. firstname.lastname@example.org
Marv would love to hear from his buddies in C Company, 2nd Battalion of 27th Infantry. He was in Vietnam in 65-66 until wounded and evacuated.
Hi, We just talked to Rick Tidwell while traveling on I-40. Rick Tidwell was able to talk to another Wolfhound who remembered Freddie. Any information we are able to find we will forward to Rick Tidwell. Ken Cobb
How did Captain Arthur E Blackwood, former commanding officer of C/2/27 Wolfhounds, pass away in 2005? He was a very good man.
Served with 2/27 Oct 68 till Oct 69
mahone 1 feb 1969 fo e company
I sure am excited to see you all this year in Philadelphia!
C/2/27 66-67 From one Old War Dog to Another Hope this finds you all Well. Always a Wolfhound, eds
I saw an entry here by Bill Thomas, Co, C 2/27 mortar platoon 1967-68. I think I served with you (him) November '66-67. I was squad leader, platoon sergeant. If you remember me I'd like to hear from you. "Schmitty"
None of you know me,but I think some of you may have served at Guantanamo Bay in 1993. I was a chaplain assistant at the time, and have great memories. Wonder if anybody recalls being there.
I was with C/2/27 2nd platoon from 12/64 - 12/67. Came over with the division. opened and settled Cu Chi. SSgt. Rivera and a few others were responsible for getting the paint and for the mess hall and the bunks through some horse trading. We had a great team when we came ashore at Vung Tau. My Platoon leader was 2nd lt. Thomas Ray. 2nd platoon was always first in and last out on our missions. Took some casualties, mostly wounded, until Attleboro. That was a mess. This is a nice site you have put together. Welcome home.
My Uncle Name Is Bill Keating (Willaim), my uncle has fought with your brothers in Vietnam. Do you know him. Jerry 203-565-8222 Thank You for your service and I respect everyone of you. Jerry
I served in Vietnam with Company C, 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry, 25 Infantry Division from Sept 9 1968 to Jan. 30 when I was WIA on this date.
Mike Harr KIA Firebase Diamond III. April 15, 1969. Will forever be missed and loved.
worked with you in 68/69. was rto for arty. f. o. 7th bn. 11th arty. lost f.o. at hoc mon.
My dad was a wolfhound 2/27 in 69-70 his name is Stephen H. Wright from Hudson Michigan. I know he was a squad leader and Sargent by field promotion. I've heard him talk about being in cou chee I know that is not the right spelling but he often talks about a kit Carson scout that was Kia he called him Foot. Was wondering if anyone on here served with him. He went by Steve. He was awarded the bronz star for what he won't say. Feel free to email me if you think you might remember him. If not. I'd like to say to each of you welcome home. And than you for your selfless sacrifice. By the way I'm his oldes son. And my son is going to boot camp in 3 weeks. Love you all for my freedom. God Bless You.
I wanted to thank John Quintrell for visiting my school this last Friday and not only sharing his experiences, but his thoughts, and reactions to the Vietnam war. Thank you all for your service.
Mr. Quintrell Thank you very much for coming to capital high and speaking to us students. I appreciate that you took the time to visit us. And I especially appreciate that you served our country in Vietnam and are now helping your fellow Veterans and host these reunions. God Bless you and again thank you very much.