Date February 10, 2009 - 01:12 AM

Name Josef Luptowitz Location Plam Springs, California,

Message Dave Wagner.<br>If you want the three photos of Klemmer, you can reach

me at; &quot;jluptowitz@yahoo.com&quot;<br>

or<br>jluptowitz@banning.k12.ca.us<br><br>joe<br> I have a profile

&quot;black and white&quot; of him from LZ Baldy, about to mount a jeep.

February 2. 1968 we airmobiled from 445. It was our first 122mm

rocketing(there were some injuries) and we went out on jeeps mounted by

106. We found the launch site but no opposition.

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Date February 09, 2009 - 11:34 PM

Name Kennedy, Jimmie L Location Copperas Cove, Texas

Message &lt;b&gt;&lt;/b&gt;I was with the 23d MP co in 1972, and i am saying hello

to all of the fellows. give me a call at 254-547-6962

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Date February 09, 2009 - 11:19 PM

Name Josef Luptowitz Location Plam Springs, California,

Message Tried to send Dave Wagner at polarisdriver@juno.net three color pictures of

a Klemmer I knew on Hill 445 (FSB West), winter 1967-1968. His bunker

covered my designated trail down the hill. His 60 laid down fire that nite on

January 4th, when I went down the hill to retrieve the &quot;left

behind&quot; Pric 25 from the rapid ordered LP withrawal. He saved my

life. Thank you. God Bless.<br>Sp/4; HHC.1st Rifle Plt.; 4/31 Inf. Bn; Co.D.

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Date February 09, 2009 - 11:08 PM

Name Richard J Krueger Location Neenah, Wis.

Message Iwas in CHU LAI in june of 67 when our 106 recoiless dischared in camp.

Unfortunately our medic ,Walker, and driver of the 3/4 ton truck was right

behind us and had severe facial damage. Does anyone know anything on

how to locate them?

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Date February 09, 2009 - 06:55 PM

Name Larry Wilson Location Decorah, Iowa 52101

Message JOE JUNIOR MASK name should be added to the Honor Rolls. <br>I was

carrying the radio for him when he was shot.<br><br><br><br>JOE JUNIOR

MASK<br><br> <br>SFC - E7 - Army - Regular<br>196th Light Infantry

Brigade<br><br>Length of service 6 years<br>His tour began on Mar 11,

1968<br>Casualty was on May 4, 1968<br>In THUA THIEN, SOUTH

VIETNAM<br>HOSTILE, GROUND CASUALTY<br>MULTIPLE

FRAGMENTATION WOUNDS<br>Body was recovered<br> <br>Panel 54E -

Line 37

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