Date August 12, 2009 - 01:09 PM

Name Jim Pongonis Location Dothan, AL

Message Ken, He's not on any list I have and I checked the 82d Artillery web site and

he's not on there either. So Larry has the best advice for now.

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Date August 12, 2009 - 07:55 AM

Name Larry Location Pburg, WV

Message Ken, Go to charliegruntsdotcom, ther is a lot of men that post on this sight

from this era. They may know him.

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Date August 11, 2009 - 08:41 PM

Name Ken Ruesch Location Grayslake, IL

Message Do any of you Redleg brothers happen to know the whereabouts of a LT

with the first name of Ralph and possibly a last name of Brown who was an

FO with C/2/1 in the spring of 1970? He was with the 105 battery on Hawk

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Date August 11, 2009 - 03:12 PM

Name Larry Savage Location 43040 Bearwallor Ridge

Message I served 6 months in 1967 with the Delta Co. 2/1. I would really like to get

in touch with John Salamankis or Tony Perez. We were stationed in Chu

Lai at hill 69. We releived the Marines, not sure the name of the hill.

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Date August 11, 2009 - 02:55 PM

Name Al Robb Location Nephi, Utah USA

Message It has been some time since I have been on here. I have had the good

fortune of making contact (with help) with Neil Gray, Tom Heisler, Joe Ortiz,

Simon Eggeratt and Steve Jaffe.<br>I am still seeking to make connection

with Gary Richards, Howard Imes, Jim Krzynski and William Smith.<br>Any

of these guys who read this please get in touch with me.<br>Al

&quot;Gramps&quot; Robb<br>689 South 200 East<br>Nephi, Utah 84648

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Date August 11, 2009 - 12:30 PM

Name Jim Armstrong Location

Message After some not-too-encouraging training incidents in New England, some of

us on the deck thought &quot;Oh boy, this is going to be

tough.&quot;<br>The chopper, probably a Chinook, dropped its pickup hook

to to the plunging deck, however, and I'll never forget how it hung there

like it was attached to the ship somehow, rising and falling like magic.

<br>What a feeling! We were in the land of the pros!<br>Up the soldier

went and off the chopper, end of story.<br>Anyone know who he was or

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