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181) Steve Hyland
HHB 108th arty
10-67 to 9-68


looking for old friends I served with in dong ha.

182) Kretzschmar, Paul E.
B & Service Btry
12/68 to 12/69

183)  William A. Davis (Bill)
Jan.,1971 - Dec., 1971


Pete, Thanks for the GREAT Web Site. Was great talking to you today, Sims also called me today. Brought back alot of memories. Birmingham, Vandergrift, DMZ, Phubai, Malaria. ALIVE AND WELL IN SOUTH JERSEY! Hope to hear from any of you.

184) Delbert Chafey
HHB 108th Arty
10-67 to 4-68


I served with HHB 108th Arty from 5/67 (Fort Riley, Kansas when it
was reactivated) to 4/68 when I was rotated to Pleiku, 6/29th Arty.
My time in country with the 108th was from 10/67 to 4/68. This was the only
arty outfit I knew of that had more officers than enlisted personnel. We
directed fire for I Corps.

 185)  MIKE MEAD
W 1/12

good site, would like to here from anyone from w 1/12 nov67-dec68 Twiggie you still out there?

186)  Bob Zovistoski


See you at the reunion!

187)  John T. Jamieson
HHB 108 Artillery group


Reaching out to all original members of HHB leaving from Ft Riley KS arriving Dong Ha

188)  Don Ray                                                               Don's Pics
C Btry 2nd/94th Track Mechanic
6 Oct 70 to 16 June 71


I found this sit while doing some research for a marine in our VFW club. I see a few names I recognize and will respond personally. I don't have many pictures because everything I owned got blown up in a M548 while pulling out of the Laos Mess. I welcome all Contacts. This is a Great Site. It has brought back many memories and names that I had forgotten long ago.

189)  Stephen A. Tyler

    Feb, 1969    S5, 108th Artillery Group
    Mar, 1969    Motor Officer, 2/94 FA
    Apr, 1969    Cdr, HHB, 2/94 FA
    Aug, 1069    FDO, 2/94 FA
    Oct, 1969    S2, 2/94 FA

Feb - Dec 1969


COL, FA, Retired

190)  Charles A. Adamson, LTC., (Ret)
Battalion S2, 2/94
1 May 66-30 Oct 67

I was the second individual assigned to the Bn at Fort Sill following LTC Richard G. Trefrey, the Bn CO.I remained as the S2 for the Bn until 30 October 67. Some wonderful friends were formed and lots of memories and war stories. Hope to attend the reunion and will bring lots of pictures. I still have the taped radio report of General Alford Gray, USMC who was a Major,I believe the S3 for the 3rd_9th Marine Regiment during the initial attack at Gio Lynn.

191)  Michael K. Parker
A Battery 2/94th
4/69 thru 5/70


I was the BC driver most of my tour until last couple of months when we were at Barbara. If anyone remembers me, I would like to hear from you.

192)  Gerry Stratton                                                                Gerry's Pics
2nd bn. 94th Artillery, 8" howitzer "Abortion"
Jan '71- Aug '71


Was in the Laos fiasco, until we finally beat feet out of there. Then on firebase Bastogne, where we had to build the emergency shitters 'cause of bad water. Does any of this sound familiar? If you were there, drop me a line,I have some pictures of people and things. Names go away so quickly. Peace

193)  Marion D. Richards
HQ Battery 94th Artillery, Commo
Sept. 1966-June 1967

Marion D Richards, Major (Ret), USAR.  Curtailed out of Germany and assigned to 2/94th Arty at Ft Sill as Communications Officer.  Deployed with Bn and made road march to J. J.  Carroll.  First rocket/mortar attack 6-7 March 1967.  Was first use of 122mm rocks by enemy forces.  Westmoreland flew into J. J. Carroll on 7 March as a result of the attack.  Seabees arrived next day and began building bunkers.  Hope this is enough to verify for you. Thanks.

194)  John F. Oltmann
B Brty 2/94th
October 1970-October 1971


Hope to hear from any one I served with.

195) Rickey D Martin                                 Rickey's Pics
HHQ Battery 2/94th Arty
April 1970-Feb 1971                                                      
1970 HHB Roster


196)  William M. Newman
B Btry 2nd 94th Arty
July 70 July 71


I arrived in Nam July 70 1st assignment to B Btry 2/94th Arty at Camp Carroll My sister recently found
photo album from Camp Carroll pictures include Doc Hill,Fleming Morris,sweet pea (Tom Severson} Peter Zak
who could forge get him. Also have great photo's of ghost mountain. Was in Lang Vei and Lao Bao have
pictures of Farmer ect.  Retired Col Faber or Capt at B Btry at the time i have given all my slides to, but
would be glad to share pictures with anyone. Would like to get ahold of Fleming Morris he really got me
on theright track in Nam. 

197)  Edward J. Coutley                                      Ed's Pics
A Btry-1rstBn44thcommo

My base camp was Dong Ha from Apr67-Apr68. I was in Dong Ha when the gooks blew up the airport with one God Damn rocket. The whole thing blew up. Ammo, food, jp, diesel, gas & people. The Flyboys lived there at the airport. What blew our minds was that we usually got hit with about three hundred rounds of 122 rockets and 152 artillary almost every day and they got the whole works with one lucky shot. It looked like an atomic bomb going off. I was in 1/44 automatic weapons self propelled-dusters and quads. I was in commo.

198)  Dick McClain
A Btry, 2/94, on the Annie Fannie
5/70 to 6/71

would like to hear from A btry gun grunts. Am especially looking for Lester Swanner. He was on a 175, appreciate any help in locating him. He was from Virginia

199)  Jim McGunnigle
Hotel 2/9 and Fox2/5
Dec 67-Jan 69 and Aug69-Aug70


Just wanted to thank the Northern I Corps Guns for their support . You guys saved alot of grunts up there. I travel around the country visiting and photographing Vietnam memorials. If anyone knows of any please e-mail me . Ihave visited 70 so far and have a list of 400+ yet to visit. Doesn't matter how small. Help me keep our brothers and sisters memory alive.

Never Forget Grunt Marine Jim

200)  William Cooper
C Battery/FDC, 2/94

2/69 - 2/70

  I served with C battery, 2/94 108th group from 2/69 - 2/70. Although I was trained at Ft. Sill as a cannon cocker, Lt. Henderson, the battery XO, assigned me to FDC when I came in-country. The battery was then based at LZ Nancy, and shortly thereafter we moved to  C-1 for several weeks, and then back to Nancy for the balance of my tour (aside from a brief stay at FB Anne). I was the FDC computer operator and made E-5 by the time I left country.

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