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!
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.