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Salute from a fellow 25th ID Nam vet. I was a pilot with A and B Co, 25th Avn Bn (Little Bears and Diamondheads) in '67 and '68. Flew many missions in support of you while I was there. It was an honor.
Big John contacted me for info about a couple of people from FSB Diamond. I sent his request info on to those who were there . A bunch of the other requests from this web page on info, the other FSB Diamonds I and II I was there, along with Reed, Trang Bang (seemed like every day), Dodge City and to many others to remember. good luck on your endeavors and if I can be of help, just ask. i have all of our daily journals so they can all be cross referenced.
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Hey guys. Hung out with y'all when I'd drop in from Cu Chi as a 'combat artist' with 25th - Aug. '68 -69. Enjoyed my stay at FSB Diamond I & II... always felt welcomed. Thanks dudes! (I loved being told not to stomp out the C-ration tin heating lit C4 - so as not to blow off my leg 😉 Hope most of you made it back and are alive and kicking & enjoying life! All the best, -Steve
Co. C 2/27th. INF. 25TH. DIV. Served in VIET-NAM 1966. JULY 16TH SHOT IN BOTH LOWER LEGS. I WAS THE RTO FOR SGT. FLO REVIER. JAMES(JIM) JACKSON GOT ME TO THE LZ, HELPING SAVE MY LIFE. TWO OTHER BROTHERS RUN WITH ME OVER 50 METERS TO THE CHOPPER, I WAS THEN SHOT THE SECOND TIME. I WISH I COULD REMBER THE TWO BROTHERS NAMES. THEY BOTH ARE BLACK AND BOTH OVER 6 FOOT THREE INCHES TALL.
Found this website on Wolfhounds Alumni page. I was with 1st platoon Delta company 2nd/27th. me and my company were at Diamond One on Feb. 23th 1969. We had the other half of the perimeter across from C company.One hell of a night and for two days after. Was also at Diamond Two and Three for those ground attacks.
Delta co. 2/27. Vietnam 69-70 looking for other delta. 3rd platoon
Hello my father was a a c company wolfhound in 1969, I`m not sure what platoon he was in. I know he was at diamond 3 and 4. His name is Harry Stegura and he was a sergeant. I was wondering if anyone here served with him?
Was second platoon leader in 67. Was infused from the 3/22nd in Dau Tieng, I think August 67 - January of 68. George Parounagian took over the platoon when I rotated to S-3 operations and was KIA soon after. Some names and faces blend together through time, but many of the memories remain as vivid as if the were from yesterday. God Bless you guys. Nec Aspera Terrant..
Signing on behalf of Robert W. Baumgarten SP4 C Company 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment under the 25th Infantry Division.
John Quintrell gave a talk in my english class about his time in Vietnam.
John Quintrell came to my school and he talked about his expriences
I am the daughter of a Vietnam vet. Me and my father was just talking yesterday about his buddy in Vietnam. Was wondering if someone knew of a web site to find him. All he can remember is last name Hicks and he was from Macon GA. My dad has two certificates, on 2nd battalion 27th infantry and the other one says Wolfhounds. I know that he served in 67 to 68. Any info would be appreciated. Thank you
I FOUND THIS SITE ON FACEBOOK, AND I WAS WITH THE 1ST PLT 2/27 25 ID FROM 1968-1969
Current Squad Leader 2nd Plt C Co. 2-27. Just dropping by to let you know that we are carrying on the traditions and doing the best we can to fill the shoes you left. Comanche!!
platoon leader 3rd plt.hardspot harris .november 1st 1969 shot on rescue mission
Google Wolfhounds 27th company C Belonged to the 1rst Battalion
I feel like Paul didn't want to announce to Alex's famliy that he was Alex's therapist. Alex may have kept it a secret that he was in therapy and Paul may not have wanted to betray his client's trust regardless of if he had passed away. I agree with Sarah in that the comment could be representative of their new relationship. But I'd probably use the word escape instead of hide because they are using this new relationship to escape each of their own problems in their life. Clearly I think that the story Paul told about his father leaving his mom and re-marrying a younger woman made Laura uncomfortable. The story is strikingly similar to their situation and hearing Paul tell how he is following in his fathers footsteps could have made Laura feel as though she was leading Paul down the wrong path. She could have felt responsible for this and this could have lead her to feeling extremely uncomfortable and then leaving. I don't think Laura has real feelings for Paul. I think that her feelings are clouded and that eventually she will realize this. I agree with Morgan and that a lot of her basis for reasons that her and Paul should be together are on very basic and shallow things. When Paul finally tells her something real and intimate, his father leaving his mom for a younger woman, she clearly doesn't like what she hears and it causes her enough discomfort to make her leave. - Joey Liner
Hi Wolfhounds, I am Terry McConnell (Dreamer) Served Feb 1967 to Feb 1968 with C 2/27 2nd Pl. as RTO and Squad Leader under COs Dehl, Pitts,and Wikem. I am active in The 27th Inf Wolfhound Pack and 25th Inf Associations as well as a Post Service Officer with VFW Post 9934 in Dana Point CA. Go check out the next 27th Inf Reunion site, it's being held August 2013 in Irvine California. Hope to see some new faces there. Wolfhound Forever
Recently went back to Vietnam with a tour company geared toward the vet. Had a great time and would recomend it for anyone. It has changed so much that it's unbelievable. Everything is so moderinized and built up. It is a whole new world. That's funny, we used to call the USA world. I would recomend it to anyone who has been there, but use a tour company. They take care of everything which makes it so much easier. I was with the 2/27 infantry in 1967. Could not get on the 25th infantry base as it is now under thier army's control, but did drive by it. Great trip!