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 email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.