Date January 23, 2008 - 05:14 PM

Name Ron Morenz Location Mesa, AZ/ Chicago

Message There's a saying in psychology: doing the same thing over and over and

expecting different results is insanity; Ruth Mae Brown....Sounds like some

Officer types could not understand this and used their men poorly and did

not take care of them properly...5 days of battle and no sleep,

any<br>decision they made was a good decision....no judgement on

<br>these brave grunts...go chargers....

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Date January 23, 2008 - 03:17 PM

Name MINNESOTA {MERLYN} Location ARGYLE, MN.

Message TO JACK AND ANYBODY ELSE WHO ARE AFRAID TO OPEN THERE

OWN GARBAGE CAN. I WAS WITH A/3/21 69-70 ALSO AS WAS JIM B.

WHAT YOU ARE DOING IS DISGRACING THE SURVIVORS AND MOST

OF ALL, OUR BROTHERS ON THE &quot;WALL&quot; I THOUGHT ALL

196TH'RS WERE BROS,BUT APPARENTLY NOT. I HAVE BEEN TO A

LOT OF REUNIONS BUT YOUR COMMENTS MAKE ME THINK TWICE

ABOUT GOING TO N.Y.<br>WHEN YOU POINT FINGERS THERE IS

ALWAYS THREE POINTING BACK AT YOU.

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Date January 23, 2008 - 09:45 AM

Name James C Bryant Location Niles ,Michigan

Message I was in 3/21 A Co. 1st platoon August 1969 to August 1970.<br>I am not

going to tell you what happened. Only to say A company went in with 60

brave men, fought for 5 days , and fought there way out with 15 men left.

They were the bravest men I had the honor to serve with. And it pissed me

off to read about this.

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Date January 22, 2008 - 06:08 PM

Name Jack Krohn Location Houston - Republic of

Message If you want to read the New York Times dispatch on the day that Co.A 3/21

quit- the link is posted here - click on the &quot;house&quot;

icon<br>&lt;b&gt;captjack50-yahoo&lt;/b&gt;<br>&lt;i&gt;&quot;COMPANY

A/3rd Bn/21st Inf/196th Inf Bde/Americal-&quot;FIELD REUSAL&quot; 24

Aug 69<br>Aug 25, '69 Dispatch by Horst Faas and Peter Arnett, A.P. in

N.Y.TIMES Tues. Aug 26, 1969 pages A1 and

A3.<br><br>A.P.Photographer Oliver Noonan was killed with Bn's C.O.

which may explain the press presence; this is the

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