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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.
Hello Fred, my name is Gavin i am a student at capital high school and you came to my school on friday and talked. I just have to say i loved your stories and i wish we could have heard more of your stories! Thank you for taking time out of your day to come and talk to us.
I am a student from capital high school.
I am a junior at capital high school and my english class was visited by a war vet and he did an amazing job with telling stories that when he told us the un true ones, we believed him Thank you for lending your time for our education
Hi my name is Madison, and I and am a student at Capital High School,I would like to say thank you so much for coming in and speaking to us about your time on duty. It really makes me sit back and think that I have it easy. It was an amazing experience listening to you speak to my class. I will always remember it!
Thank you for speaking about your experiences in the war. My grandfather was in the Vietnam war and it's amazing to hear about what it was like for a veteran like yourself. I'm intrigued about your experiences and your service. -Brylee Flath, Junior at Capital High School
Thank you for coming to capital high school to talk to us about your experience in Vietnam. I find that war very interesting and it was great to hear your stories. My grandpa and great grandpa fought in that war so for me hearing about some of the stories of what went on over there was amusing. Thank you so much for your service and all you have done for your country.
Thank you for coming to Capital High and talking to us about the war!
Thank you for coming to Capital High School to talk to all of us students about your experiences in Vietnam and your experiences coming home. Many things you said I found very meaningful and courageous. The fact that you continue to talk about the Vietnam war to give kids like us an idea about how it was is great and I respect that you take the time out of your day to speak.
Thank you for coming to Capital!
Thank you so much for visiting and speaking at Capital High School!!!!
Thank you for coming to Capital Highschool!!!
Thank you for coming and talking to Capital High School this afternoon. I really appreciated your courage for talking to our classes about your experiences. I can not begin to imagine what you guys went through. You are braves, and you are a hero! Thank you so much.
i thank you all of you for your service to this country!its greatly appreciated!
I want to say THANK YOU for your service.
Thank you for your speech at capital high school i am enlisting into the army i swear in in april.You gave everything for this country and i want to protect this country we call home to keep everyone safe.Thank you for your service and sacrifices. Army Strong.
I listened to you at Capital High today, 3/3/17, and your stories were amazing. My grandpa served in Vietnam for one year as well. He was deployed 6 days after my mom was born and lasted a full year. He passed when I was a baby so I never got to talk to him about his service, but according to my mom he rarely talked about the war, and had awful PTSD. When he died, a guy that he worked with for over 30 years found out for the first time that he was a Vet at the funeral. Thanks for coming and sharing your story!
Really appreciated you coming to talk to our class, it was very cool. Hopefully you'll be back next year!