Date July 15, 2008 - 12:43 AM

Name Jim Comer Location Guam

Message Bill, Lt. Mullis was from Columbus, MS if that's any help, I looked through

my old orders and other papers to see if his full name came up but it didn't.

Good luck in your search.


Date July 14, 2008 - 07:58 PM

Name William L Doyle Jr Location 14012 Kentwood Forest

Message Great site. I served as point man for Hawk Plt D Co. 3rd Bn 21 Inf 196 LIB

from Jan 72 until stand down on 11 Aug 72. I am trying to find 1LT Mullis

(sic) who was PLt Ldr on 4 May 72 on Charlie ridge. If anyone knows how I

might get in touch with him please email me. Thanks


Date July 12, 2008 - 02:28 PM

Name Clarence J. Williams (JD) Location Birmingham, Alabama

Message I Served with the HHC 4/31ST from Jan70-Jul70. I am trying to find anyone

who may know the where abouts of a guy we use to call Cowboy. He was a

platoon sergeant in Bravo Company. He was from Cincinatti, Ohio. Spc4

Coleman was one of the M60 guys. He was killed about a year after he got

back home. He was sitting in a club in Macon, Ga. minding his own

buisness and was shot, after going through all that in Nam to come home

and be shot. Take care guys, welcome back home.


Date July 10, 2008 - 12:21 AM

Name bob delzell Location saigon, vietnam

Message Still in Saigon! Ranger Bob here, hope you all had a great 4th of July.

Here in Saigon we celebrated with the US Consul General's office who

hosted a party, as well as an American Chamber of Commerce BQ (I got to

play the banjo with the band, the only banjo player in Vietnam!). Am

planning another trip back to Hiep Duc soon. Hello to Shortround, TC,

Eddie Z, and all the rest! Come over and visit...over


Date July 09, 2008 - 09:15 PM

Name Joe Cunningham Location Wayne, PA

Message Death of a Tunnel Rat – John R. (Bob) Cunningham<br>It is with sad

remorse that I inform the 196th of the passing of John R. (Bob)

Cunningham on July 8th, 2008 in the Philadelphia VA Hospital from liver

cancer. He served in the 196th Lt. Infantry during the Tet-offensive where

he was awarded the Bronze Star (with a V) V for Valor.<br>John, (or as his

family knew him as Bob or Uncle Bob) proudly served his country where he

still today even with the entire World’s strife supported our government. His


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