Date July 18, 2010 - 11:02 AM

Name Ken Ruesch Location Grayslake, IL

Message John and Dave,<br>I was the support Platoon Leader for 2/1 at Hawk Hill

around Sep/Oct of 1970. I was just talking to a neighbor the other day

telling how you had to touch a grounded rod to the hook on a Chinook

before you hooked the donut up or you might be a crispy critter.


Date July 18, 2010 - 08:40 AM

Name Bill Location Bluegrass

Message peace of mind comes from within, inner pride......too difficult to determine

what makes others tick......freedom of speech has to be broad &amp;

tolerant........just try &amp; ignore as best as one can....


Date July 18, 2010 - 06:36 AM

Name john daukulis Location avondale, az

Message hey dave...was one of the gus under you chinooks setting up the cargo nets

and clipping the donut to your belly on lz baldy.


Date July 17, 2010 - 06:23 PM

Name Stephen Hemmert Location Tacoma, WA

Message Today's newspaper contains an article indicating a federal judge in

Colorado declared the Stolen Valor Act unconstitutional as a violation of

free speech. The US Justice Department is considering an appeal. I urge

every veteran and his or her family to call or write to the White House and

members of their congressional delegation to appeal the decision to the US

Supreme Court. The judge says their is no compelling reason to restrict

such speech. The compelling reason is in every cemetery.


Date July 17, 2010 - 12:09 PM

Name Dave Location Carolina, R.I.

Message Hi All; I was with the Box Cars,in 70 -71 tail # 483 SPIRIT IN THE SKY

and we used to transport all of you guys back and forth to the LZ's. I grew up

and went to school with Sgt. Paul Waterbury. As matter of fact one of my

loads from one of the lz's, not sure which one but Paul was heading back to

Chu Lai and heading home .I talked to him on the copter but it is hard to

hear. I haven't heard or seen him since, has anyone have any idea were he

might be? tried searching for him on this web site


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