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Posted on Tue, May 09, 2006 19:11

Just wonderin' if there are any other Vietnam or Vietnam Era Vets out there? I was USAF. Flew over and watched th' war from Karat Thailand and Guam. 552nd AEW&C Wing, Det 1, Karate, 1971 and 72. Then 3 back to back Bullet Shot tours on B-52D's.

Got any funny war stories?

  


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Posted on Sat, Sep 09, 2006 12:29

Thank You

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Posted on Sun, Jun 18, 2006 14:28

Phu Bia.... 1967-68...

22 Years active duty.. retired...sorta

Hey Mick..Spyder... BogyBob...How you guys doing.....Spyder when are you coming back to Gods country???



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Posted on Fri, May 26, 2006 11:05

you guys are the best.



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Posted on Thu, May 25, 2006 05:25

727th AC&W Sqdrn Det 1
507th Command and Control Grp
USAF
ATC and FAC



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Posted on Wed, May 24, 2006 08:50

Spent 4 yrs in the USAF, spent time in and out of there between 72-74...was with the 6922nd Security Group out of the PI.Clark Air Base. Recon Unit.



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Posted on Fri, May 12, 2006 18:44

mick2003 write:
verdaineg write:
mspyder write:
70-71
Army Airborne
7/15 A battery
Tri Borber region

Welcome home brother! Got any funny stories. I read one in Readers Digest once. A guy was pulling KP on a day of a fire fight. He was cracking eggs they had rounded up from somewhere. A piece of the egg shell ended up in his eye somehow. He got a purple heart because they documented it in his medical records as removing shell fragment from eye. The date was the same day of a fire fight at that location so he got a purple heart. I always wondered if it was a true story or not.


I think I heard about that one, too, but not from Reader's Digest.
USN, 72-77, USS Dixon, USS Robert E. Peary DE-1073, USS Wichita AOL-1, et al.

Welcome Home Brother. I will be at a little bar in Round Rock on the 27th of this month called the Road House. It is not the Texas Road House chain. It is at the Sam Bass Rd exit. It is West of the Freeway right next to a railroad track. If you can make it there it would be good to meet a brother vet there.



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Posted on Wed, May 10, 2006 17:34

mspyder write:
70-71
Army Airborne
7/15 A battery
Tri Borber region

Welcome home brother! Got any funny stories. I read one in Readers Digest once. A guy was pulling KP on a day of a fire fight. He was cracking eggs they had rounded up from somewhere. A piece of the egg shell ended up in his eye somehow. He got a purple heart because they documented it in his medical records as removing shell fragment from eye. The date was the same day of a fire fight at that location so he got a purple heart. I always wondered if it was a true story or not.



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Posted on Tue, May 09, 2006 21:39

70-71
Army Airborne
7/15 A battery
Tri Borber region