Date October 30, 2009 - 06:41 AM

Name Jack Bisbee Location Omaha Ne

Message My neighbor and I ( a Marine who was wounded in Vietnam) have decided

to go to Applebees for the free meal<br>Nov.11th. We are going to give the

waitress 1/2 the cost of the dinner to her as a tip and the other half we are

going to give to our favorite charity. Show them we love our country, and

thankful for what America has done for it's Veterans. Make some young


Date October 28, 2009 - 11:49 PM

Name Frenchie (Co C 4/31 68-69) Location California

Message Dont forget your Veteran's Day freebie at APPLEBEESdotCOM and click on

&quot;veterans&quot; for details...<br><br>It is on WEDNESDAY NOV 11,


Date October 28, 2009 - 12:56 PM

Name Jimbo Byrnes Location Carmichael Califorina

Message You are invited to :<br>VETERANS DAY November 11, 2009 AT La

Sierra High School Vietnam Memorial one of the first known Vietnam

Veterans Memorials dedicated in 1972 In the Earl J Koobs Natura Area/////

5330 Gibbions DR Carmichael California 95608 for 15 the young Men

who gave their lives serving our country from La Sierra High School : Proud

brother of 1LT. Robert S. Byrnes 196 th 67/68 KIA - THANK YOU AND


Date October 28, 2009 - 12:27 PM

Name Ron Morenz Location chgo/mesa, az

Message Our chopper buds, have a great website,, you have a

good chance of finding some the pilots like I did.We have a Medal of Honor

recipient in, at the time, Major Pat Bradey,for repeatedly flying in and

picking up wounded all the while being shot at relentlessly by the NVA

going back and getting another chopper and going back again, Nov. 6th,

1968. Pulled my butt out along with our CO and other wounded in pitch

dark with no flares Nov. 4th 68, chopper #55 and 58. 2 great pilots


Date October 28, 2009 - 10:39 AM

Name Jack Bisbee Location Omaha Ne

Message I would like to thank the chopper pilots and door gunner who were flying a

chopper with a rattlesnake on it dropping of supplies and ammo in Antenna

Valley in Dec. of 1968. Rounds were hitting their chopper as they were

unloading, I saw rounds piercing the chopper as they hovered. They stayed

put til all supplies were off. They should have gotten medals for their

bravery. I was with A-4-31 at the time.


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