Date September 03, 2008 - 03:35 PM

Name Allison Siegel Location New York, NY

Message My Dad, Michael Siegel,from the Bronx, NY, was part of the Americal/196th

Light Infantry/Company C.<br>I'm not too familiar with the terminology of

the infantries and/or divisions so apologies in advance for that...<br>In any

event, I wanted to post this myself because his 6oth bday is approaching

and i thought finding someone he knew in Vietnam and helping to reunite

them would be an incredible gift. So, please contact me if you knew him.

Thank you and G-d Bless you all!


Date September 03, 2008 - 02:08 PM

Name Pete Shotts Location San Diego, CA.

Message To Bill in Kentucky:<br>The book you referred to is titled, &quot;Winners

and Losers: Battles, Gains, Losses and Ruins from the Vietnam War.&quot;

The author is Gloria Emerson, and there is a reprint of this book for sale

from Amazon. The publisher is W.W. Norton &amp; Company, Inc.


Date September 03, 2008 - 11:59 AM

Name Jim Armstrong Location

Message Is anyone else uneasy with the idea that everyone attending the 2009

reunion should carry a passport?<br>The more I think about it, the more

troubling it becomes.


Date September 03, 2008 - 08:48 AM

Name Frenchie (Co C 4/31) Location California

Message RE: Bill .....i hope all is good and well for you...all is great on the left coast

but i have no idea what you're.. mumbling about....take care.


Date September 02, 2008 - 07:28 PM

Name bill Location paducah ky

Message No biet; reading a book and ran across this expression which I hadn't

recalled in over 40 years..phonically &quot;no bic&quot;; I was in France

30years ago and ran across an old man who had served in Nam for

Franch,he had an expression of something like &quot;la poussieur o la

beou&quot;; it was like &quot;the dust or the mud&quot;.....take care Nam

Vets....PS the best book I read about Nam was in the 80s when my sons

were in college, something like &quot;Winner Losers&quot; by a woman


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