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261)   Frank McMahon
B  Btry 2/94
68 - 69

I served with 2/94 from March 1968 until March 1969.  I spent most of the time in B battery, as an FDO and later as XO.  I moved to HQ battery in late December 68 and became an AS3.

262)   John K. Garlet
B Btry, 2nd 94th, Maintenance
June 1970, July 1971


When I first got assigned to the 94th, I was with B Battery, an 8" SP.  I think I was there about two weeks, when an opening came up in service battery for a mechanic, which I changed over too. When the battery moved north to support the ARVN border crossing, I served with the advanced party, staking out the forward gun placements. 

263)  Ed Schultz                                                                 Ed's Pics
March 1970-April 1971

I have a bad case of c.r.s., anyone from the 2/11th that can help me remember? (Or do I want to) On Time!


264)  Gary L. Henton Sp. 4
"C" Btry. 2nd BN, 94th Arty.
September 23, 1966-October 19, 1967


I was Armorer; Excc. Driver; and Btry. Recorder for Lt. Andy Tenis. We been to all outpost. I would like to talk to anyone who remembers me getting hit with a 152mm rocket on May 9,1967. Especially Ssgt. J.J. Howell, or his gun section. Recordings on the internet said one man got hit on "B" Btry. in Dong Ha, "B" Btry. was not in Dong Ha on May 9th. It was "C" Btry. and I was the man hit. Ssgt. Howell should have gotten some kind of recognition for coming out after me and dragged me into a bunker. He kept a wet compress on my forehead and eye all through the night till morning when a medic could tend to my wound. I would also like to talk to anyone who remembers me getting snake bit October 1966. Joe Herman was in the hole with me. Does anyone have any contact with Alton Herrin from Alabama? Several of us buddies are trying to get in touch with him. He had a nickname of Big John. I would like to thank all of the men who supported me with smokes when someone stole my flight jacket. I believe I tested every brand of cigarette on the Market! Hope to meet up with most of you at the April 2003 Military Reunion. in Branson, MO.


265)  Richard E. Sauve
Bravo battery2/94th artillery

i was a radio/switchboard operator during my time with b-battery, our 1st sargent was named chilton followed by sfc humphrey. we also formed a group called the 3rd member anyone sharing these memories please contact me

266)   John S. Scott
HHB 108th Arty. Aid station
Jan-Dec 1970


I was a medic with the 108th. at Dong Ha and Phu Bai, plus 6 weeks tdy at the 18th Surg. in Quang Tri. I remember that the VD rate from Bangkok was 100%, even the officers. Loved giving that penicillin.

267)  Darrell F Gutsche
B Battery 2nd & 94th
April 1967-April 1968

I was assigned to B battery, 2nd bn, 94th arty at camp JJ Carroll, to a 175 SP howitzer support unit in April 1967 to April 1968.  When I got there I was in ammo supply moving pro-jos and powder to our unit from Dong Ha.

268)  Van Parton
b-btry 2/94 commo
march 68-march69


I was with the commo section and moved around with the unit from dong-ha all the way up to khe-sahn.

269) Robert D Gibson
B 2/94 and HQ Btry 2/94
August 1967 to August 1968


I arrived in RVN in August 1967, I was assigned to B Btry as the 4th officer.  about three weeks later all the other officers in the Btry rotated and I was the BC and the only officer in the Btry. 

270)  Mike Welch
Btry C 2nd 320th 1st Bde 101st Abn
1 Oct 1966 to 5 Sept 1967


Just looking for some old friends. Russell Miller,juan Pena,Gordan Gross, Michael Wafer, sgt armando galardo, j. d. Smith,just a few off the top of my head. I have pictures of these guys and some guys I cant put a name to there face right know. I have contact with two men. Jay Moore and Larry Dennis so far.

271)  Stuart G. Ferguson
B 2nd 94th arty

went to vn with the 6th/33rd arty arrived in nam feb.68 transferd to B 2nd/94th about april 68 was commo nco

272)  L. Steven Moore 
C - 1/44

Wow1 Great web site. I was with the Duster, Quads, & Searchlights at Carroll - Rockpile & Calu in 67-68. Have pictures similar to yours, sure is great to see more of the area and who was there. We have a picture when one of your 175 blew a round in the tube and threw the front half of the barrell right out in front of us. Believe it was the fall of 67. Hope to hear from some of you guys. I was a 1st LT with C-1/44 ADA

273)  Thomas Ortiz
HHC 3rd 34th Artillery
Oct 1966 - November 1967

Went out of Fort Riley Kansas, through Oakland by shiop (USS Weigel) to Bear Cat/VungTau 9th Inf. Artillary, from there Americal, to the 196th Infantry Artillary. 1966 - 1967 Welcome Home (Gaineswville, FL)

274)  Sidney Gordon
2nd 94th Bravo Battery
10/23/68 to 10/23/69


It's great to have this site. Hope to find some of the guys.

275)  Joel Stevens (JoJo)
B Battery 2nd 94th
July 1970-July 1971

I got a call from Richard Suave. I can't believe This web site. Hey Curt and Buffalo wasssup?

276)  John Verran
2nd Battalion 94th Artillery
March 1970 to May 1971


I'm John's wife, Julie. He's just starting a new job & has no email yet. So I'm giving you my email.

277)  Cpl Steve Starkovich
bravo 1bn 13 marines, k-4-12-marines
may 1966 to june 1967


looking for some of the guys that served with me

278)  James Fanestiel
Cbtry/2nd/ 94th


I was a mechanic in the motor section{generators} and captains drivers for last months.just found the site and hope to make the reunion next time.nickname{"Fantastic"} Still have them memories,and seems so long ago!wonder if vanderzand, forsythe, sgt helton"squeaky", and other gun mechanics are alive...

JUNE 1970-MAY 1971



280)  Michael (Mike) w. Keeler
HHb 2nd Bn. 94th Arty.
10/67 - 09/68


Arrived "In Country" with advanced team from the HHB 108th Arty. Group. At that time was the LTC personal RTO & Driver. Had a major fallout w/ group's Sgt.Major, he wanted me dead so bad he had me transfered to HHB 2/94. Little did he know I was to get a great job, the New Battalion Mail Clerk for 2/94, and with a nice drive every day to Carroll, life couldn't get any better, anybody remember the famous, (painted Navy Gray,"Magical Michael's Mail Mobile,"??? (Drawing on my Mail Truck, complements Squire Knowles. I replaced Gary Bander and if you got any "Dear John's," between 10/67 - 09/68 it wasn't my fault guy's, I just delivered the mail.... P.S. I only had one truck blown out from underneath me.


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