Date May 09, 2010 - 01:20 PM

Name Editor Location HQ

Message The latest information and pricing for the Alaskan cruise after the 2011

Reunion are now posted. Go to the HOME page and click on the Cruise

information.<br>This cruise is being organized by several members as an

&quot;unoffical&quot; addition to our next 196th reunion. Thanks to those

involved.

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Date May 09, 2010 - 04:15 AM

Name Jim Quisenberry Location Plano, TX

Message Curtis Wayne Dean <br><br>I was with B Co, 2/1, Feb 68 to sometime in

Oct 68, third platoon. Welcome home! (Originally from NW Oklahoma)

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Date May 08, 2010 - 10:59 PM

Name Pamela Jane Stokes Location Ennis, Texas, United

Message My name is Pam Stokes and I am looking for anyone who might have been

in my Brother's unit. His name is Fredrick R. Fracione. He was killed on

December 31, 1970.

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Date May 08, 2010 - 10:12 PM

Name Efrain Rodriguez Location San Juan, PR

Message may 8, 1971 at 1200hrs, HHC 196th left Hawk Hill to replace the 1st Marine

Div. in Danang. Five months later the 196th was a separate unit again.

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Date May 07, 2010 - 03:19 PM

Name Pete Shotts Location San Diego, CA

Message Please check out this site - www.drumhike.com<br><br>Iraq War Veteran

Troy Yocum is hiking 7,000 miles across America, banging his drum and

sounding the call for $5 million to help military families in need, with his

companion Emmie.

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Date May 07, 2010 - 10:16 AM

Name Jim Stone Location Nebr

Message Ronnie, I was on R&amp;R when 1st platoon was hit, so missed that one.

Steve there were no black guys killed out there with us, but when we were

trying to identify them after bringing them in we were asking second

platoon if they had a black guy killed and they said no. After a little more

elimination it turned to be one of our white guys who had turned black from

the wounds and laying out there. We were a little shocked from it all. It was

one sad day for all of us who was there trying to identify.

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