Date September 15, 2008 - 09:13 PM

Name 1LT ROBERT S. BYRNES Location Carmichael Califorina -

Message VETERANS DAY -------------------------<br>1Lt.Robert Byrnes 196th KIA 68 To

Honor and Remember Veterans Day La Sierra High School Vietnam

Veterans Day Memorial EST. 1972 at 5325 Engle Road Carmichael,Ca

95608 Gates open 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. Colors presented at 11 A.M. We hope

you will join us on this special day to honor and remember those who

served our country WELCOME HOME AND THANK YOU

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Date September 14, 2008 - 07:51 PM

Name Jim Stone Location Nebr

Message Richard Powell, when did you come home and what platoon were you in? I

came to A co in Oct of 67 and was in third platoon with SSGT Mills.

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Date September 14, 2008 - 02:36 PM

Name Richard Powell Location Brooklyn NY

Message To all my brothers that served 1966-67 Co.A 3/21 in the 196th light

Infantry. I just ran across this sight &amp; checked out the honor roll.

Vietnam has made us what we are good or bad! It would really be cool to

hear from some my old buddies. I work for a Veteran group in the city and I

realize that this is something I should have dedicated my life to years ago.

It hard when you're not able to over come anger issues.<br><br>It's really

special for guys to get to gether,after so long..

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Date September 14, 2008 - 12:06 AM

Name Efrain Rodriguez Location San Juan, P.R.

Message Porcelli: I was in Hawk Hill 70-71. I knew somebody named Pecelli (sfc),

very nice person. He was the mess sgt. for colonel mess. He told me that i

was the only one who pronounce his name in the righ way. Any way i'm

sorry for the dead of your father, he was a 'CHARGER' and pleased that

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Date September 13, 2008 - 03:25 PM

Name Jim Armstrong Location

Message Here is an ancient history question.<br>In 1966, early on the voyage to

Vietnam aboard the MSTS Darby with 2/1, there was quite a disagreement

about allowing the troops down below in the crowded, stinky hold access to

the above decks and fresh air. <br>The troop commander and the Navy

personnel were eventually and reluctantly convinced to do so.<br>I have

never known if and how this problem was addressed on the Patch. Anyone

remember?<br>Reply here or to jimarmatpacific.net.<br>Thanks.

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