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!
Was making a donation in Lt.Michael Wonderlich name and stumbled onto this great site.I served from July68 to July69 with fellow "Hounds"on this site Jim Marshall,Gary Hunt,and the kid from Tennessee who is in their pictures but name escapes me.Also was wounded same night as Craig Hacker.
HHC 2/27, 1969-1971 Schofield Quad D, Medic for 3rd platoon, Charlie Company. Looking to maybe reconnect with some of those 9th Division guys who came out of the delta and joined our battalion. Hope I served you well.
I was at Cu Chi 1967-68 assigned with the 1/8 Artillary Unit. 25th Inf. Div. During Tet assigned to support the Wolfhund unit that had uncovered the underground tunnel complex in the Iron Triangle. Wounded Jan 6th 1968 while supporting your units in the Iron triangle. God Gless u all.
Searched Wolfhounds on Google to find website. I served in the 1/27th Wolfhounds in Nam 68-69 I served under Captain Rubino and Captain Fred Wong. Both great CO's Kerry
contact me at email@example.com or phone 203-239-5026 Looking for Leonard Niadoff, Robert E. Lutz, John T. Stoner and Joe O'Donnell.
Dates served 10/67 - 10/68 Trying to locate John T. Stoner. Served together Charlie company 2nd wolfhounds. I have pictures of fat John, Joe O'Donnell, Mike Brassil, and you. Please give me your e-mail or home address.
With CoC 2/27 4th platoon motors from 3/67 to 3/68. Looking anyone during this time. I was barber but do not remember cutting mush hair. Did like to some beer and still do drink some but not as munch as then. Hope to see you at reunion in Aug.
I am one of the nieces of Freddie Hannah who you all served with. I got the address for this site from Cyrus Creverling when he stopped by on his way to the reunion,we had a pleasant time talking to him and telling us about his time with Uncle Freddie. we also took him to the cemetery where Freddie is buried.I would like to thank all of you who defended our country.
Hello, I am a cadet from Fort Hamilton High School Junior ROTC and it was a pleasure to speak with a fellow WolfHound on Friday. Thank you very much for informing me about this conflict. Thank you very much for being there for us.
I have been doing the travel for Tommy Clackm and his faily for th last ten years or so. I have had the pleasure of getting him to one or more reunions, or bringing his son home before and after he is shipped over to fight for this great country of ours, and occasionally to assist a friend of Tommy's who may need a bit of help. before I was a travel agent, i worked on the road in rock and roll. We were in DC with the Grateful Dead, and some of the crew guys were going to visit the wall.We went at night when most tourists were not there, and many soldiers of varying degrees were. We all took extra tshirts, clothes etc, to leave for some of the less fortunate. I want you all to know my life was changed the night we spent at the Memorial.People spoke, hugged, cired, and meditated, lost in their own thoughts, their own nightmares. I was young during the war. I wrote to two boys who went from my home town, neither returned.But I was touched. And I just wanted to thank each and every one of you for what you did, for what you do for us. It does not go unnoticed. Peace and love, Amy
Found this web site by just browsing for the 2/27 infantry as I am returning this fall on a tour. I served with a couple of platoons as a rto in C company of tne 2/27 in 67-68. I read with interest the poem by Herb Nye. I was a rto with I believe the CO at the time. I often thought of him alone all night alone but I didn't remember or realize he made it out. You forget so much. I only recall a few names as I was going through the web site. As I said, I was a rto mostly with the CO but not when captain Pitts got the medal of honor. I always remember certain things and that was one of them. Anyway wecome home all and thanks for stirring the memory a bit. Robert E. Lutz firstname.lastname@example.org
Found website by typing c company2/27 wolfhounds. Didn't know this was hear.I was in the 1st.platoon from1167 tell 11/68.Was wandeering if anyone new fatjohn. Was wanting to know something about him anything.
The 12th of May it will be 44 years since Jackie Morrison was KIA. Even after all these years, it don't seem to get easier for me. He was a true friend and an "original 1960's Hippie" If Jack said he had your back, you did not have to worry. Rest in Peace my dear friend for even today tears flow for you. I miss you buddy.
I am a neice of a Wolfhound - my uncle, Gary Hunt, was a Wolfhound. Thanks for putting this website together - I enjoy learning more about my Uncle Gary's experience and the fine gentlemen he served with. Thank you!
I'd like to thank those who served with me.And know how much that i miss being around you guys.
I was not a Wolfhound. I was with Company D 65th Engr. I was attatched to Company B & C as a Demo Eng. 12B40 For several weeks in 1969 and 1970. I found this site while hunting info on the 65th engr. Bat. I typed in 27th Wolfhounds and there you were. It's greate to read thoughts and words from people who have shared my past. May you never be forgotten.
I was in 1st platoon with Sgt. Rock 69/70 fought in the Renegade woods(with Jim Bergman, Rarrick,Rios, Griffith to mention a few), FB Harris, Kotric, Iron triangle, Rubber trees. Trying to locate others that were in 1st platoon. email: email@example.com