Served in country from Oct 67 untill oct 68. 2/27 c co.Had the pleasure of serving with Joe Guchek, and many other brave soldiers. Would love to hear from all.
RVN 68-69. I was on one of the 105's at Diamond 2 & 3. Also spent time at FSB Jackson.
Hi all you Wolfhounds. For all you old timers.. thanks for the service and good luck and safe return to the current Wolfhounds. I was with C co 1/32 and then C co 2/27 from 84/88 at Fort Ord in Weapons and 3rd Platoons.
this is the greatest thing Thank you Big and Laura I cant believe the people looking for us
My Uncle is Lee Albert Keith who was lost on Feb. 23, long before I was born. Thank you for what information you have available it helps.
I found this site a couple years back when my dad "Moose" showed it to me. I think it is so great you guys can communicate through this site. I just want to tell you all, but especially dad, how proud of him I am. He is one of the best things that could have ever happened to me, and without Vietnam, my life would be a lot different. I had no idea how much the war had shaped our families lives. I wish I could be there for the fishing trip this year but you will have to settle for "mini" moose this year again. Believe me the younger, cuter version is an upgrade. I hope you guys have a great time fellow shipping and enjoy the fishing. Here's to all the wolfhounds all around the world. "You guys are the best!" Thank you for defending everything that means the world to me today. I love you dad!!
Hey Pops, Just wanted to tell you that I am very proud of your service and thank you for everything you have done for our country. Jake
I was stationed @ Ft. Ord from April 1986 To April 1089. My 1st company was 1/32 infatry Bear Cats. Which was disolved & I became part of 2/27 wolh hounds. I remember being deployed to Hondorous in Mar. !988, Operation Golden Pheasant. I had alot of great memories there. To bad they closed it down. I hope to return thier one day.
I found this site thru my family. david lee brogan 1 is my uncle. I have always looked up to him. I guess that I look at him more as a friend then a uncle. Thank you uncle david for serving the USA.
Hello, I was stationed at Ft. Ord, CA. 2/27th Infantry C. Co. Along with Jesse Strider. A Hell of a soldier. I can't seem to find any of you Fuckers! What the hell? Check out my IMDB web page. I'm under Morgan Brown III. And email me when you get a chance. I miss you guys.
I wish that every person that you have touched in this effort to reunite the wolfhounds would STOP and think just what it has taken to get where we are today. I THANK you and am blessed that you have been a BIG part of my life . Brother to Brother I LOVE YOU . Jim Langley
I was in 1st platoon with Sgt. Rock 69/70 fought in the Renegade woods, FB Harris, Kotric, Iron triangle, Rubber trees.
Found web surfing. Was in C 2bn 27th 69/70 PB Harris, FB Kotric,
I was with D company 2nd/27th from Dec 1968 to Dec 1969. Was at all three Diamonds FSB and in all four ground attacks. Two at Diamond 1 and one each at Diamond 11 and 111. Was at FSB Reed,Jackson,Kotrc, etc. Served with some great people.
I am cadet Ortiz I would like to thanks all those wolfhounds:] especially David “The Grimm Reaper” Grimm thanks for serving our country and thanks for putting your life in danger for us.
I am a cadet from Fort Hamilton High School’s JROTC Tiger battalion. I thank every single one of you wolfhounds for your great service in defending our country. Mr. Paul Naso came to visit our class and it was a great honor to have him visit us. He talked to us about some of his experiences during his time at war. I find it really amazing that many of you still remain in contact till this day. Doc Turner I really appreciate what you did to defend our country. I thank you and all other veterans out there. Mr. Paul Naso talked to us about how whenever he would receive a care package from home, many of you would gather around to watch him open it up. I brought this up because in one of your pictures you talk about Mr. Naso bringing deli products maybe out of a guilty conscience for not sharing his care packages. Thanks again to all wolfhounds and to Mr. Paul Naso for sharing his photos and medals with us. Here is a website to our blog site where you can get to know us better and check out some of the things that we do. http://nyciblog.com/communities/jlewis/default.aspx
To Dave Schimmoeller, I personally thank you for your service in Vietnam and i am truly grateful for what you and the Wolfhounds have done for our great nation and the citizens of it. I am a cadet from Fort Hamilton High school and we are all thankful for your service.
Hello, my name is Julia Valencikova and I visited this sight because one of the Woldhounds visted our school at Fort Hamiton. He gave a speech to the cadets at the JROTC program. I would like to thank Dave Duininck for his service in the war. I would also like to thank all the other soldiers too. You should know we appreciate your dedication.
To Joe Bogar, Well hello there, I'm Cadet Lily Vucetaj... as you can see above. I'm from Fort Hamilton High Schools Army Junior ROTC Tiger Battalion and I along with my fellow cadets are oh so thankful to you and your fellow Wolfhounds. That's a pretty sick name by the way. Thank you for fighting for our country and risking your life. Not to sound like a cheesy advertisement but come visit our blog at http://nyciblog.com/communities/jlewis/default.aspx ... okay so that did come off like a cheese advertisement but yeah, myself along with the rest of the LET 2's have posted videos commemorating memorial day. Check 'em out. :]
To:Allen Laren To all of the men and women who have served our country thank you.Memorial day is coming and it is an honor to know that in our world we have brave people like you and your former team mates.WE will alwats remember what you did for us.My name is jasmine Velez and i learned about this website from a former team mate of yours named Paul Naso.I was so pleased to meet him and to hear the stories that he told us about.As a cadet of the J.R.O.T.C and as a person thinking of joining the army herself i am pleased of saying you are greatly appreciated and Thank You Very Much.