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21)Andy Martin (little one) Andy's Pics
22) Eddie Smith
B Battery1st/40th 108th
Looking for old friends. I remember driving a track with a pair of dice on it.
23) SP/5 Thomas Simpson
Svc 1bn 40 th arty
july 68-feb 69
Looking for Sgt. Don Kelley
24) MAURICE L. TILLMAN
A BTRY 1st BN 40th FA
25) Al Bohall
A battery FDC
April 74 thru November 75
26) Michael [Mike] B. Harniss
B Btry / 1/40 / Supply/FDC
4/66 to 9/67
27) SSG Jerry W. Rasberry
A Battery 40th Field Artillery
Nov 90 - Aug 91
I wanted to leave you with this poem I received a few months back, I am not sure who the author is, but it really touches home.
Anyone who was in Desert Storm, email me, I have a couple of email
* addresses from some of the guys !!!!! *
THE FINAL INSPECTION
The soldier stood and faced God, Which must always come to pass
He hoped his shoes were shining, Just as brightly as his brass
"Step forward now, you Soldier, How shall I deal with you?
Have you always turned the other cheek? To my Church have you been true?
The soldier squared his shoulders and said, "No, Lord, I guess I ain't
Because those of us who carry guns, Can't always be a saint.
I've had to work most Sundays, And at times my talk was tough,
And sometimes I've been violent, Because the world is awfully rough.
But, I never took a penny, That wasn't mine to keep...
Though I worked a lot of overtime, When the bills got just too steep,
And I never passed a cry for help, Though at times I shook with fear,
And sometimes, God forgive me, I've wept unmanly tears.
I know I don't deserve a place, Among the people here,
They never wanted me around, Except to calm their fears.
If you've a place for me here, Lord, It needn't be so grand,
I never expected or had too much, But if you don't, I'll understand."
There was silence all around the throne, Where the saints often trod
As the soldier waited quietly, For the judgment of his God,
"Step forward now, you Soldier, You've borne your burdens well,
Walk peacefully on Heaven's streets, You've done your time in Hell."
To all those who have served, God bless everyone of you
ALL FOR ONE
SSG Jerry W. Rasberry
Operation Desert Storm
US Army July 1990 - Present
28) Stanley Duitman Pics
C Btry. 2/ 94 Nov. 69-Apr. 70
29) Wayne Maynard "Wizard"
HHB 1/40 Arty
Oct 1968 to Oct 1969
30) Oliver Bishop
HHB 1st Bn 40th Arty
March 66 to Sept 67
I joined the unit when it formed at Ft. Sill and rode the boat to RVN. I had many fun filled days surveying down Highway Nine and filling countless sandbags.
HHB 6th Bn 33rdArty
Jan 68 to Sept 68
I joined the unit at Ft Carson and rode the boat to RVN. Spent my tour in the survey section at LZ Sharon.
Army Backs Marines . pdf file
april 67 to Jan. 27 1968
Was in Natrang at the hospital talking to a grunt,who was wounded. He told me about Dong Ha.Was assigned to 41st Civil Affairs, ended up in Dong Ha.Bill Brackney Ron Mayo, John Astrab, Pee Wee where are you?
32) Eddie Boyles (Baby
Btry C, Unit -1st Batt.,40th Artillery, Sec. 5 8/4 Arty
Hello all-I would like to hear from anyone in my old unit which was 8th of the 4th artillery from jul.67 to jan.68 or anyone that was in 1st of the 40th from jan. 68 to jul. 68. God Bless and will be glad to hear from you!
33) THOMAS HANAN (US)
C BATTERY 1ST OF THE 40TH
MARCH 25TH 1967 MARCH 28TH 1968
I REMEMBER NAMES LIKE. ANDY SALMERI, KENNY FIELDS, GORDON GARY GUNTHER, SLICE, SGT. DEEDAM, SGT COREY. WE WERE ON A GUN CALLED "DON'T CUSS CALL US". WE HAD GOOD TIMES & BAD TIMES. WE ALL CAME BACK IN ONE PIECE.
Alpha/1/40Arty108th Arty Grp
Mar and April 1968
Served with A/1/40 as A62(#2 FO Team) with Hal Warnock as my Recon Sgt. Would like to talk with anyone that remembers me or Hal or was there then. With 1/40 being a bastard unit and being an FO I didn't get to meet many people on the guns. It's been a lonely 32 years, with all my buddies having reunions and stuff and my unit being so small. This web page is great, it's like coming home.
35) Jerry Gay
HHB 1st BN 40th FA
March 1974 until September 1976
Would like to hear from anybody stationed at the 1/40th HHB or any battery in the unit.Does anybody know the whereabouts of SP4 William Gale Hinson (HHB 1/40 FA) please e-mail me or Tim Welsh who is also on this site. ALL FOR ONE
Pics (Hamburger Hill)
A Battery 1stBN 40th Artillery FDC
Feb.69 to Deactivation at Dong Ha
Served in A Battery from when it was at Con Tien, then LZ Sally, the Ashau Valley and back to Dong Ha to be deactivated. Names I remember: Lt. Aaron, Capt. Perry, John Revi.
37) GERALD HILLHOUSE
1-40 A BTRY ARTY
TRYING TO REACH RICHARD SEVEC AND NORMAN SMITH OR ANYOTHER MEMBERS OF 1-40 A BATT. PLEASE E-MAIL ME. THANK YOU.
38) FRED MILLER
1ST BN 40TH ARTY
MARCH 1966 TO SEPT 1967
1stBn 40th arty activated in Ft Sill 1966 shipped out on sept 23rd 1966 to vietnam,whent from Oakland to Danang by ship.Convoyed to Dong Ha was in B BATTERY was the one who help paint the name BOUNTYHUNTER on the 105 also was in the 3BN 6TH ARTY
Svc Btry, 6th Bn, 40th FA
Feb 70 - Nov 71
We were an 8" Battalion in Hanau, FRG. I enjoyed your site, and wondered if the 6th has one, or if this might become "regimental" someday.
6/40 appears to be lost from the records of the Military. Anyone having information on 6/40, please send it along and any 6/40 vets please sign on. sign on Will Will@willpete.com
Anthony J. Florido
HQ Btry 1st bn 40th Arty
Jan. 1967 June 1967
I was an RTO attached to 3rd battalion 3rd Marine Division (Reinforced)Mike Co. and Kilo Co. Who in turn would attach us to the 5th & 8th Battalion Vietnamese Air Borne Rangers at times. My US Army unit was in Dong HA, I seldom was at my unit; so I remember very little about it. I need help finding my FO-Lt, and Recon Sgt. Their names were Lt. Mentasona? and Sgt.E5 Ely Cooper. I was wounded and my Lt. put me in for the Silver star and Purple Heart. I have no evidence this ever took place, which is why I need to find my Lt. I am not sure of the spelling of his name. I believe he was from some where in pennsylvania. for the same action I was awarded the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Gold Star for valor and received it through the 3rd Marine Division (reinforced) Fleet Marine Force, signed by B. A. HOCHMUTH, Major General, U. S. Marine Corps. This is the only proof I have of the incident which led to our getting the Cross, and my being submitted for the Silver Star And Purple Heart.
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