Date October 26, 2010 - 05:11 PM

Name Stephen Location McCutchenville, Oh.

Message Rest in peace Capt. William Newcomer Feaster original issue Chaplain.

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Date October 24, 2010 - 02:14 PM

Name Carl Hudson (Sgt Location Seneca,SC

Message I was with 3/21 March untill August of 1969. I came from G/75th. MSG

Lyons and the BN SM recruited me because of an<br>a earlier assignment

when we were together.For the few month I was with 3/21 I was in A

company for a short while then went to HHC and worked with CPT Wall or

Wahl for about 5 months. If anyone knows where Cpt.WaLL could be please

contact me. I have looked for him for many years with no luck. He was with

3/21 for part of 1969 and with a line company before that. Thanks.... Carl

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Date October 17, 2010 - 07:53 PM

Name Gary Capshaw Location Texas

Message &lt;b&gt;&lt;/b&gt;Nancy:<br><br>If you mean C Co, 2nd Battalion, 1st

Infantry Regiment, we have our own website at

www.charliegrunts.com<br><br>Come over there and I'll be you can find

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Date October 17, 2010 - 02:47 AM

Name Angel Velez Location San Antonio

Message Hello everyone! My name is Nancy and I am writing for my father Angel

Velez Jr who served in Charlie Co. 1st Infantry/2nd Batallion (8th Support)

196th Infantry Brigade/Americal Division United States Army Vietnam from

1967-1968. If anyone remembers him or was in the same Co.during that

time it would be wonderful to hear from you. He in particular is looking for:

Roy Elder (June Bug) 1967-1968 from HeathSprings SC or NC; James Lane

1967-1968from Richmond VA or Virginia Beach, VA;

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Date October 13, 2010 - 05:26 PM

Name Sue Diaz Location California

Message If I may, Iíd like to tell you about a new book that speaks in a very personal

way to the experience of military families. Itís called Minefields of the

Heart: A Motherís Stories of a Son at War (Potomac Books, July 2010).

<br>My son served two tours of duty as an infantryman in Iraq during the

height of the insurgency there. While he was in Iraq I wrote about that

experience from the perspective of the home front for several publications.

Those stories were the starting point for the book Minefie...

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