Date January 11, 2010 - 11:43 AM

Name Morton Dean Location Ridgefield, Connecticut

Message Did a story for CBS News (1970?) about the heroes of Hawk Hill. Flew with

medivacs. Looking for Doc Baron & "Mouse" O'Brady, or

members of his crew. Or - anyone who might remember our visit to the

base. Please contact me at mortonndean@aol.com (don't forget to include

the middle initial&quot;n&quot;)<br><br>Thanks.

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Date January 11, 2010 - 11:13 AM

Name louis colasurdo Location edison, nj

Message Hi Big&quot;O&quot;. Sure good hearing from you. I sent Ski an email

requesting your email address. When I get it, will send you a note OK. Ya, I

got a few pictures with me and the M79 from our time over there. Sure was

plenty of sand bags and yes remember the big ant hills. Remember when

we landed at Tay Ninh air strip and they told us this is your new base camp

and oh, you have to build it from scratch. Forgot about Sgt Beasley.

Wonder what ever happened to him. Will be in contact.

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Date January 11, 2010 - 02:11 AM

Name gordon alyea Location Sparta,Mi

Message Is there anyone who served with HHC 196 LIB commo plt.on Baldy or Hawk

Hill 69 to 70.I keep looking but no one.

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Date January 10, 2010 - 07:26 PM

Name Stan Oleksik,Sr. Location Newport News,VA 23608

Message Hi Mike,<br>was it that long ago that we left for Nam. I sure seems like just

yesterday with seeing all these names popping up.<br>We ate good with

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Date January 10, 2010 - 05:24 PM

Name Michael S Schaefer Location NEW YORK CITY

Message I was the mess sgt. at Ft Devens at the very start of the 196 LIB. I was

assigned to the 196th weeks before the men arrived for there basic training.

After about 45 years I can still remember the the day the troops left to go

overseas, we opened the mess hall early , there were buses and trucke

along the road and the men looked so sad . I remember the captain telling

the men they must eat breakfast as it may be hours before they get to eat

again. I was in headguarters 196 LIB Ft. Devens.

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