Date December 15, 2009 - 05:10 PM

Name John Haithcoat Location Southern Mich

Message A co 3/21 served in 68 I was co rto when I left in Dec Gary Lyles was my Sgt

when i first got in country. Just recently found the site. I remember Kirby,

Jay, Lt Stumpy Kim and a few more. Looking for info fromany one.


Date December 15, 2009 - 04:03 PM

Name Pete Shotts Location San Diego, CA

Message This is in addition to the Agent Orange issue being discussed here. There

is a canadian company, Hatfield Consultants, that provides environmental

services, and has worked in Vietnam since 1994, conducting Agent Orange

dioxin contamination and mitigation. Their website address is as follows for

anyone interested in learning more. <br> Click on

the Services tab near the top of the page, and select the Contaminant

Monitoring/Agent Orange link from the left column.


Date December 15, 2009 - 10:06 AM

Name Mitch Location USA

Message Tom, I looked for your book on both publishers websites and couldn't find it.

Let me know if and how to get in touch so the Gimlet Association can

promote your book by posting on the association's website: gimletmail21

(at) yahoo (dot) com or gimletmail321 (at) aol (dot) com


Date December 13, 2009 - 08:19 PM

Name James Larry Edney Location Lobelville,Tn

Message Looking for Bob Seaman,Ken Bank,General Howard Cooksey or Tony

Slagle. Served with them in Vietnam 1968-69 196th light infantry Americal

division B/321.Would like to hear from you please contact me @


Date December 13, 2009 - 04:32 PM

Name ed latini Location co.

Message Eddie Z. So sorry to hear of your troubles. I'm posting this on the Combat

Vets. Motorcycle Assoc. M.O.P.H. ( if that's okay w/you) We're 4,000 strong.

We know the power of prayer. Hang tough, Ed. L.


Date December 13, 2009 - 11:40 AM

Name Tom Pozdol Location Chicago area

Message Hi everyone. The book that I have written about C Company, 3/21, 196th

LIB and their May 13-15,1969 operation near Tam Ky is now in print. It is

available at or During this operation all of the

3/21 Infantry was involved, but the story focuses on the events and men of

C Company.<br> Tom


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