Date August 16, 2010 - 12:55 PM

Name larry Furr Location Oakboro NC 28129 USA

Message We called them charlie A 2/1 196TH lib Americal,not gooks<br>smart little

people VC &amp; NVA really good fighters sometimes<br>and Their hide a

way holes,aok,tunnels smart as could be.<br> We had to respect the enemy

in a way,always been their we<br>were the intruders.We may have lost the

war,but i think we <br>won the battle.I served with the best i am sure of,i

respect each and everone that served in Nam those that lost<br>their lives

in nam and the ones that survived,god bless each one everday.

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Date August 15, 2010 - 07:05 PM

Name Jim gray D 3/21 and HHC Location Bradenton

Message Bill i was in D 3/21 and we used the term Gook all the time. I thought that

Dinky Dau meant drunk or crazy

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Date August 15, 2010 - 07:02 PM

Name Jim Stone Location Nebr

Message I was in 3/21. We referred to them as gooks and dinks both. I think the word

dink was for dinky as they were small people. Dinky Dau meant drunk.

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Date August 15, 2010 - 03:48 PM

Name Bill Location Bluegrass

Message In 2/1 the VC were referred to as Dinks; probably from Dinky Dau. Now I

hear the term Gook, but it was not used around us.

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Date August 15, 2010 - 10:20 AM

Name bill russell Location norman ok

Message a book I own,but haven't read yet is titled&quot;Road of 10,000 Pains-the

Destruction of the 2nd NVA Div by the US Marines in 1967. It may have

details of the area around Lz Center, but the index does not have Center

listed.Went out there in Nov.67,but the B btry's position was already in

place,and it seemed to have been there for a while.

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Date August 14, 2010 - 11:32 PM

Name Jim Stone Location Nebr

Message Ronnie, A Co establised two OP's down by the river to watch for enemy

movement a few days befor the Que Son battle. I was in charge of one of

the 4 man OP's so luckily missed the battle. We were pulled back to Center

and joined back up with the Company. We recieved a lot of replacements

right after that and moved to Colt for about a month to get our stuff

together. Then went right into another big battle with the Cav. Stoney

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