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May 2002 to May 2006
I was with B Co 2nd Bn 60th Inf 3rd Plt fro 1968 thru 9 Jan 69 when I was wound near the French fort.
5/26/2006 11:55:23 AM
great site!!thanks for the service http://SpankingForest.servik.com
5/19/2006 7:07:50 PM
Basic Trainee, July-September 2004
5/6/2006 1:21:01 PM
My father served w/ 9 inf bravo 2/60 Co. I am trying to help him find anyone who remembers him or serving w/ him. 3 people stick in his mind that he got to know well they are: Skip Nicholas, Tommy Thompson, Masterson(last name) My father was hit and wounded in 3 Sept 1968. He was hit in the front left side of the head. His memeory isn't all that great but he knows there was more he served with. Just can't remember them. IF you remember SPC Conny R Wright please feel free to e-mail him at either e-mail address(I am his daughter) the e-mail listed is mine or you can reach him through MLWright51@hotmail.com that is his wife's e-mail. Thanks again
3/13/2006 5:06:48 PM
Conny R. Wright
Looking for anyone who remembers serving w/ me in the 9 infantry 2/60 SPC Conny R. Wright.
3/13/2006 9:19:26 AM
Bob "Mel" Vargas
Hello all you "Old Reliable" rascasls..hope all is well considering it's only been some 38 years. Just want to forward on that there will a 9 ID reunion at Ft. Riley, KS. It's June 22-25, 2006. TAC will be at the Days Inn in Junction City,1024 Washington St. 785-762-2727. More info?..contact me or the 9th Inf Div. Society on the MRFA web site. MRFA.org. Peace and freedom..Bob
2/21/2006 9:51:07 PM
Aco/2nd60th 1st Plt. 1st Squad leader 67/68, Anyone remember SSGt Richard Burton, Lt Roberts, Sgt Ashford, Lt. Cutter, SSGT Staford ?
11/26/2005 12:48:10 AM
i was a pvt in foxtrot 2-60th, 3rd platoon renegades and i was wondering can i get a copy of my picture in bdu's
9/15/2005 11:05:06 PM
To John Raubar:
9/3/2005 8:14:35 PM
Was with the 2nd/60th Inf. in Nam 1967 from around June or July till December 1967 with the Mortars 81mm & 4.2 & RTO.
8/17/2005 6:27:45 PM
|Anyone who was in A 2/60 '74-'77 ,hooah where are you all?|
|8/7/2005 9:32:38 PM|
|We are expecting a big showing at the reunion the first week of Sept in Ft Mitchell KY. @?60th will have its own hospitality room. See you there Go to MRFA.org for details. Gene in Durango C, B & E 67-68 (970) 382 9530|
|7/5/2005 10:06:30 PM|
|HI guys, I just moved back here to SC. (former 3rd plt ldr, A co, 2/60th Jan-may 1970. Glad to hear from any of you!|
|7/4/2005 5:24:11 AM|
|Kevin Tendall (nick named Junior)||email@example.com|
|I was a member of
Co E Recon plt 2/60th 68-69,
Tan Tru. I am Retired CW4 UH1 pilot, residing in Minnesota.
|7/3/2005 5:34:59 AM|
|Wanda Burke||Burkewanda@aol.com||http:// none|
|Looking for anyone
who knew Bobby Hamilton, in country Oct.67 KIA Jan.8,68. Want to hear
anything you know or remember about him. I have his son which is 37. We
have never forgotten.
|6/30/2005 9:32:16 AM|
|looking for members of B. Company 1967-68 fitzgerald,johnson, harms, leisenfelder, can't remember all the names but love to hear from you|
|5/26/2005 2:48:42 AM|
|Ian (Tommy) Thompsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5/23/2005 3:55:09 PM|
|Am looking for people that remember my brother. 1LT Albert Royce Dismuke. 9th Infantry 2/60 B company. Nov 67 till Mar 68. KIA 03 Mar 1968.|
|5/22/2005 4:53:11 PM|
|Hello B 3/6 Jones...call me at 970 382 9530 lets catch up and plan on being at the reuion in Sept. Gene Richardson B 2/6|
|5/12/2005 9:50:29 PM|
|gene richardson, give me a "holler" Bravo 3/6 out|
Served with 2nd Plt, "C" Company 2/60 th Inf. at Tan Tru, Oct 67 to Oct 68.
|5/1/2005 3:34:42 PM|
|phillip w. email@example.com|
|i was based at
Tantru attached 4.2 mortar platoon during sept.1967 thru sept. 1968
|4/4/2005 6:19:16 PM|
|Andreas (Andy) Gruendelfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Co A 2-60th IN (CA-H) 1981-1985, FLW. Training NCO & TC for Commander|
|3/21/2005 4:22:25 PM|
|rich ''cb'' schweiger||SHIAMAX@YAHOO.COM|
|I DONT KNOW WHY BUT HIPPIE HILLIS NAMED ME CB SO THATS HOW YOU GUYS KNEW ME.I MISS YOU GUYS AND HOPE YOU ARE ALL WELL. CHARLEY CO. SPT.68 TO AUG.69. TAN TRU.LOOKING FOR FLOYD, QUEEN, MEYER,AND HIPPIE,ALSO FEDEROVICH AND THE REST OF THE GANG.HAVE GUNGHA WILL TRAVEL.|
|3/17/2005 9:14:44 PM|
|HHC, Medic, Fort Lewis, WA. 1974-1975|
|3/7/2005 6:18:08 PM|
|I am looking for anyone who knew my uncle, Elmo Larry Butler. He was KIA April 29, 1968.|
|2/16/2005 8:37:00 AM|
|Note email change msn not aol ...Time to make reservations for the reunion Aug 31-Sept 3 in Ft Mitchel ..see Mobil Riverine Force Association website for details or call me 970 382 9530 Gene Richardson B 26 67-69|
|2/15/2005 1:40:42 PM|
|I was a machine gunner in Charlie Co 4th pltoon 2/60. Trying to find anyone who survied the minefield with me in May of 69.|
|2/10/2005 9:58:45 PM|
|Mark D. Brockwayemail@example.com|
|Served as platoon sgt Recon Platoon Dec. 1968 thru April 1969|
|1/17/2005 1:19:51 PM|
|Raymond J. Jackson (Shorty)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|I don't remember
what company I was in but the Capt.name was Blankenship and 1st Sgt Flora.
Any friends may find me at thi email address
|1/14/2005 7:00:55 PM|
|My brother was in 2/60th Recon in 69. He passed away last year and i found a couple of pictures of him here. Thanks.|
|1/9/2005 12:00:12 PM|
|Happy New YEAR 2005|
|1/2/2005 12:53:59 PM|
|I FO'ed for Bravo 2/60 from mid June 68 thru most of July 68. I was assigned to C/2/4 who shared Tan Tru with you guys. I knew a couple of the guys on the KIA list, one of them real well, we become good buddies in a short period of time. Terry Davis, that was. And Louis Heil. They are a couple of names I look up whenever I see one of the traveling Walls. God bless you guys, you took good care of me while I was an FO in your care. Welcome Home, Brothers.|
|11/7/2004 10:45:30 AM|
|platoon medic for 3rd. platoon, alpha company|
|9/28/2004 11:04:49 PM|
|rich ''cb'' email@example.com|
|I served fom 9-16-68 through 8-16-69.Buddies were, meyer, queen ,floyd, hippie,span,goble. remember xmas eve 1968.|
|8/17/2004 5:03:23 PM|
|in country dec. 1966 b company 2nd batt. 60 infanty , i found angel soto,dennis swann, looking for others|
|8/4/2004 10:46:08 PM|
|I met bill at a vietnam vet meeting.He was the only one from the 9th div besides me.I was in the 3rd/60th.Bill was in 2nd/60th 1967 to 68.I think he said he was in E CO.iF anybody remembers him--please email him through me,since he has no computer.He would love to here from any of his old firstname.lastname@example.org|
|7/20/2004 2:13:49 PM|
|Was assigned to the 2nd battalion, 60 infantry bravo company from Oct 1977 to May 1980|
|7/10/2004 9:54:54 PM|
|Already been here, this is a new e-mail address. Started with A Co. in June 69, was with C Co. when I left in August 70. Just moved to Hawaii in the last part of May.|
|7/1/2004 10:20:27 PM|
|served in hhc 2-60 at ft lewis in the 80s|
|6/15/2004 7:44:14 AM|
|I am trying to locate a current email address for the gentlemen, Lee Moorman, that posted the pictures for E Co. on this web site. If anybody has this could you please send it to me at the email below. Thank you for any help.|
|6/5/2004 11:11:36 AM|
|I served in 2nd Bat. 60th Inf. E comp RECON during 66 - 67. I am lookin for anybody that served with me during this time. Please contact me if you served during this time or know anyone that did.|
|6/4/2004 3:41:52 PM|
|5/30/2004 10:43:00 AM|
|anthony j email@example.com||http://no|
|5/26/2004 3:48:02 AM|
|C Company reunion at Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas, May 31 thru July 3 2004. Bring your pictures and a good memory. See you there|
|5/1/2004 11:04:01 PM|
|Elmer "Doc" Dillow||EDillow@hotmail.com|
|Medic with Recon Platoon 68-69|
|4/27/2004 4:14:13 PM|
|2/60th C co. 1st plt. 6/69-6/70|
|4/25/2004 9:22:52 AM|
|This is my 2nd
visit, this is my other e-mail address, the other is below.
Nov-69 to Nov-70,1st Infantry Division, 1/26th and the 9th Infantry Division, 2/60th in Dong T Am,firebase Eloise, during invasion of Cambodia.
|4/24/2004 7:32:26 PM|
|Anthony C. Aurience||Tony715smw@aol.com|
|In country dates:
November, 1969 to November, 1970. Was with 1st Inf. Div. Nov '69 - Apr.
9th Inf. Div. Apr. '70 - Nov. '70. Fire support base Eloise; Rank Sgt., Served with Staff Sgt. Green. This was during the invasion of Cambodia.
|4/16/2004 9:00:45 PM|
|This is my first visit here and I am excited to see what this is|
|4/13/2004 7:11:08 PM|
|Joseph W. Callaway Jr.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Author of "Mekong First Light" combat memoir about Co C 2/60 Infantry. Mass market. In Borders. If not request. Random House printed 30,000 copies.|
|4/12/2004 6:25:23 PM|
|"A" COMPANY 3RD
PLATOON 2/60TH 1970
THIS IS A NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS
|4/3/2004 8:09:53 PM|
|stationed at tan tru from august 67 to august 68|
|3/17/2004 1:29:44 AM|
|Dec. 15, 1967
through Feb. o2, 1969.
First assigned to D Company (recon) then to HG. Company (S-2) then to Raydar unit before being moved to Tan An 3rd Bgd, then Dong Tam 9th Inf. Div. Hg radar unit.
|3/11/2004 2:31:43 PM|
|I was in Vietnam 69 & 70. Bravo 2/60 & 3/60. Can't remember too many names or faces.Blocked most of it out.|
|3/5/2004 5:17:31 PM|
|Started my tour with A co 1st platoon in May of 69, and finished in C co in August 70. Still keep in touch with folks from A co.|
|3/1/2004 11:55:36 AM|
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|Joseph W. Callaway, Jr.||email@example.com|
|My book, "Mekong First Light" is being published by Random House in March 2004. It is already listed for preorder on Amazon.com. Click on the cover to bring up to fullsize. Book has eight pages of pictures - 24 pictures total. I deployed with Company C, 2/60 INF as the 1st platoon leader. Was in country with 9th ID 12/66 to 11/67. spent last six months as adviser for Thais. Joe|
|12/27/2003 7:17:06 PM|
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|ERVIN E WHITAKERfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|IN COUNTRY AUG 1967-1968|
|12/1/2003 4:02:51 PM|
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|We are not trying
to sell you anything at all. We don't even want your money!
This is simply an invitation for military veterans, wives and friends to visit us at:
We really could use your help in get this message out. Please forward it
to friends, military buddies, family, your newsletter, bulletin board or even
add a link to our website from your pages. We hope you deem us worthy!
Thank you very much!
THE KITCHEN TABLE GANG TRUST
|11/14/2003 7:17:54 PM|
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|I want to thanks all you you for the geart service you provided for our county. My brother Leopodo Serna was killed in May 2 1967 in Tan An or Tan Tru. I will be visiting Vietnam for my 1st time in Nov 26 of this year and visit Tan AN and Tan Tru. I would appriciate contact by anyone that new my brother or was station in TAN An or Tan Tru in 1967. My family and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for the service you gave for our country. God bless you all...Charlie|
|10/18/2003 4:50:42 PM|
|Charlie Company, 2nd.60th. In country Nov.'68 - Nov.'69. Arrived at Tan Tru Friday Dec.13, 1968...If you were at Tan Tru that year, your picture may be in my "Year Books" posted in the "Memorabilia Section" of this website (Thanks to Tom Veit)...Also those of you that didnot attend this years MRFA Reunion missed a really really good time.|
|10/16/2003 3:52:57 PM|
|I started my tour in May '69 with the 3/39th, and was transferred to D Co. 2/60 later that year. I extended my tour 43 extra days to Get OUT of the Army, and spent my last few days in Cambodia.|
|9/11/2003 10:48:45 PM|
|Still looking for someone that served with my uncle, Richard Lynn (Dickie) Brumfield. He was KIA in '69.|
|8/25/2003 9:55:48 AM|
|shot on 2/22/68 I was amedic in charlie co.2/60 does anyone know me.|
|8/22/2003 1:14:01 PM|
|CPT Shaun Kloster (I.A.S.G.)||email@example.com|
|I'm Infantry Follow Me|
|8/18/2003 3:19:21 AM|
|Hurry and sign up for the reunion in Ft Mitchel, KY 8/27-8/31 bring your photos.. info at MRFA website, Gene in Durango 2-60th 67-68|
|8/2/2003 11:13:43 AM|
|Welcome home and
thanks for your service.
|7/28/2003 5:53:15 PM|
|CPT Shaun Kloster (IAMG)||Shaun.KLoster@stateguard.i-p.com||http://Iowa State Militia Guard|
|Iowa State Militia
Guard is actively seeking personel to fill several unit's in the State
Several NCO and Company grade Officer positions are available.
We work with our Iowa Army National Guard counterparts, VFW, Red Cross, Fire and EMS Unit's, etc.
If you would like some info on the I.A.M.G. just send me a e-mail and I will send it to you.
|7/24/2003 2:52:28 PM|
|Just found this website - would enjoy hearing from anyone who served in Charle Co. from aug '69- April'70|
|7/12/2003 12:13:38 PM|
|SONID Update: The
Society of the Ninth Infantry Division (SONID) will hold it’s first
reunion at the Drawbridge Inn, Ft Mitchell, KY: 27-31 August 2003. Yes,
this is the same location and time as the MRFA reunion.
The SONID will have a hospitality table in the 1st Brigade hall (Woden/Grendel halls) and a meeting room in the Westminster room.
Join us at this year’s reunion and help us vote in the Constitution and By-Laws and elect our first Officers and Board Members. Mostly, join us to share the camaraderie of other 9th ID vets – TOGETHER THEN… …TOGETHER AGAIN.
SONID membership is open to all veterans who served in the 9th Infantry Division during any of its activations and also open to veterans of units that were attached to the 9th ID during time of war.
To learn more about the SONID just click on the SONID oweb link above or cut and past http://www.15thengineer.50megs.com/9th_id_society.htm to your web browsers “Address” window. An online membership form is available on the SONID web site.
The SONID is looking for candidates for its Officer and Board Member positions as well as 9th vets who are willing to help move the organization forward. If you wish to contribute your time, let the Webmaster know.
Richard Coogan (SONID acting president and webmaster: http://15thengineer.50megs.com/9th_id_society.htm
|7/9/2003 2:32:23 PM|
|co e nov 1968 oct 1969|
|6/10/2003 5:35:16 PM|
|James A Stonefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|I was a rifleman,
machine gunner and squad leader with the Romeo Recon Platoon of E/2/39.
Our two battalions often worked together in 1968, even though we were usually assigned to different brigades... the 2/39 in the 1st & 2/60 in the 3rd.
I am looking for anyone from the 2/60 who was involved in the Battle in the Plain of Reeds of June 1 & 3, 1968. I am doing some research on that operation, and I know that Bravo & Charlie Cos of the 2/60 were involved on both dates.
Do any of you know the medic from the 2/60 KIA on 3 Jun 68? His name was SP5 David Squires. I am also looking for the 2/60 Surgeon, CPT Ritscherie (or Ritscherle)? This doctor and this medic were sent out into the field on 3 Jun. I believe that I was with that doc and SP5 Squires when Squires was KIA. I also need to know CPT Ritcherle's first name in order to find him.
Finally, a bit of information for anyone who served with E/2/60 gunjeep platoon. I recently talked to SGT Tom Hlinka, who served with the antitank gunjeep platoon of E/2/60 from about 10/67 to 10/68. He is alive and well and living in Grand Ledge, MI. I can provide his address & phone number upon request.
Tom and I (along with his buddy - Ray Brantley) were drafted on the same day and assigned to the same BCT company in Ft Knox, KY. Tom & Ray finished basic and then went on to 11H training at Ft Polk, LA. Both were then sent to RVN and served with E/2/60.
I broke a bone in my foot during basic, was on medical profile for a while, then went to Ft Polk for recoilless rifle training. After being sent to RVN in early Feb 68, I found myself assigned to one of the two recon platoons of E/2/39. They had eliminated their gunjeep platoon and replaced it with a second recon unit. I ran into Tom & Ray in Dong Tam, soon after I arrived there. Their gunjeep was parked over by the PX.
I was WIA on 3 June 68, and 4 Aug 68... both actions also involved units from the 2/60. Therefore, I feel a real kinship with the 2/60, even more than the other battalions that made up the 1st Bde.
I am not sure if I will be able to make it to the MRFA reunion in August 2003. If I do, I will try to look up some of you boys from the 2/60.
|6/8/2003 7:25:17 AM|
|serve in tan tru 67-68 work in S3 with Major Victgorine and Co. kelling....|
|6/5/2003 8:19:02 PM|
|joseph email@example.com||http:// no|
|IN COUNTRY FROM DEC.1966 / BEAR CAT / TAN TRU/TAN AN /SGT B CO. 81 MOTOR SQUAD. FOUND ANGEL SOTO. NEED TO FIND SWANN , ROB Q JONES, STANLEY BISMARK .FINCH IS PATTERSON N.J. COP.|
|6/1/2003 11:44:37 PM|
|Time to get ready for the next reunion at Fort Mitchel KY Aug 27-31...Re previous message from Richard Cogan, there is a CPT Dunbar on the roster from D Co and a KIA Charles B Dedon ( one letter off) also from D Co, KIA 03 Jul 69, Long An, small arms fire, please move carfully on this issue. Former platoon leader & CO 2/60th|
|5/28/2003 11:15:50 PM|
The following story appeared 25 May 2003 in the Amarillo Globe–News. This is a phony if there ever was one and I would ask that you help us debunk him.
The Sergeant Charles Didon that is mentioned in the article as KIA – well, no one can find his name as a VN KIA.
No one in the 9th Infantry Division, which Dunbar claims to have served in, can find his name on any 9th ID rosters. Further information from the newspaper articles author indicates that the “Clipper” claims to have served in the 2nd of the 60th, 3rd Brigade, 9th Infantry Division in 1969. The 2nd of the 60th was based in Tan Tru as the article states and Dunbar claims. Dunbar has not stated which Company he was the CO for.
Rick Storm, the author of the newspaper article, has been very cooperative and also wishes to get to the truth.
Please ask any questions that are needed. We want this guy exposed for the fraud he is.
Thanks in advance.
Vietnam veteran recalls stormy welcome home
By RICK STORM
LOCKNEY - Capt. Merwin "Clipper" Dunbar wasn't quite ready for what happened when he arrived at the airport in San Francisco in 1969.
"I ended up being spit on," the Lockney Vietnam veteran said. "The security police ran them off, then he sat with me until it was time to catch my plane."
But Dunbar's problems weren't over.
"There was a problem on the airplane because nobody would sit next to me," he said. "They had to find somebody to volunteer to sit next to me."
Not exactly a welcome home parade for a man who a scant 24 hours prior had lived in a world of combat on the Mekong Delta in South Vietnam.
"I had a hard time adjusting; my senses were tuned for combat," Dunbar, 60, said. "If anybody made a noise near me, somebody got hit."
Dunbar, now a security supervisor at the Tulia Unit, was an infantry company commander, and he lived in a world of calm before the storm.
"We moved a lot at night, set a lot of ambushes; everything had to be real quiet," he said. "My senses were extremely acute and alive, like the day and night. It was like - whoa - it was hard to adjust, much less the reception at the airport."
When he arrived at home in Cheyenne, Wyo., Dunbar said, "I had dropped from about 176 lbs. to 149 pounds. When I saw my then-wife and baby girl, they didn't recognize me."
His return to life in the United States was quite a change from the life Dunbar knew in the U.S. Army's 9th Infantry Division near Tan Tru, that saw him win five Silver Stars, eight Bronze Stars. three Purple Hearts, three Army commendations for valor and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with a gold star.
He recalled his toughest engagement on the Plain of Reeds near the Cambodian border.
"Intelligence said a North Vietnamese regiment had come across the border," Dunbar said. "We found them; we walked right into a lead area."
The veteran said they had found a re-enforced battalion and "walked smack dab into the middle of them." With another company pinned outside and the rest of the battalion unable to reach them, Dunbar found his outfit split in half.
The company managed to plug the middle, form a retreat and defend their position in a bomb crater. Finally, he said, they received some air support and extricated themselves the same way they came in, through a series of bunkers.
But what a cost.
"I lost one of the finest sergeants I ever had," he said. "He was shot in the throat."
His name was Charles Didon.
"He was only a few days short (of going home)," Dunbar said. "I can remember riding on a river boat with him about a week before, and he showed me pictures of his baby boy."
That led to another heartbreaking task.
"When we stood down, it took me six or seven hours to write the letter to his wife," he said. "I wrote it not just for his wife, but for his baby boy. I wanted the boy to know that his dad was not just a fine soldier, but a fine man, and how much we missed him."
After a year in Vietnam, Dunbar, who retired from his Army career as a lieutenant colonel in 1990, was more than ready to leave.
"I was there a solid year," he said. "I saw more than enough action."
Dunbar said he visited "The Moving Wall" Vietnam veterans memorial when it was on display in Plainview several years ago at the urging of his wife, Kelly.
"I had to be convinced to go see it," he said. "It was very moving, especially when I found the names of the men I knew."
There were tears, and there was some healing.
"It was hard to even talk. All those memories came right back, and I could see the faces of those guys that didn't make it. I lost about a man per month," Dunbar said.
"By the same token, going there (to the memorial) was remembering the guys who didn't come back. As far as healing, I guess it's hard to say to what extent that happened, but I finally climbed that last hurdle of seeing their names."
These days, Dunbar said some of the bitter homecoming memories are healing as the nation has come to recognize the sacrifices of Vietnam veterans.
"It very, very much makes me feel so much better," he said. "I think that it's long overdue. For a long time, I had a bitterness at the way a lot of guys were treated when they came home."
That's why Vietnam veterans so solidly back the soldiers in Iraq and why Memorial Day is special to them.
"We know what it's like to have people not appreciate you and care when you come back as opposed to what we went through," he said.
Merwin "Clipper" Dunbar: He was decorated many times, including with five Silver Stars, eight Bronze Stars and three Purple Hearts.
Dick Coogan (Webmaster: Society of the 9th Infantry Division - http://15thengineer.50megs.com/9th_id_society.htm
|5/27/2003 8:40:58 PM|
|1st 5th 505 SFBO - Bragg '70 - do you know of any web page for this? - miss brothers!|
|5/18/2003 2:19:09 AM|
|Been a long time; finally we can talk about it. To all my fellow Veterans, congradulations on makeing it back to the world. See you at the reunion.|
|5/6/2003 2:56:13 AM|
|I was in company D, 3rd platoon, 2/60 Tan Tru from Nov. 68 to Nov. 69. This is a great site and would like to hear from old comrads at arms. Keep up the good work. Thanks|
|4/21/2003 6:11:45 PM|
|2/60TH COMPANY "A" 3RD PLATOON 1970|
|4/19/2003 2:08:13 AM|
|This is an excellent page.|
|4/10/2003 10:18:55 AM|
|Co. B 1983-1986 Ft. Lewis WA. At the time the battalion was combined arms battalion with Co A, and B having M-901 I.T.V. heavy anti-armor tracks based on the M-113. Co. C had Dodge pick-ups that had been modified to carry Infantry. The combat support company had 4.2 morters and MK-19s. They used modified dune buggies and Morter tracks.|
|3/30/2003 12:58:07 PM|
|Tom, your continued
work on this site is much appreciated.
Please have any Delta Company 2/60th vets look me up...we're in the early stages of planning our fourth reunion, having had over 125 folks at the last one.
|3/27/2003 7:01:50 PM|
|A/2/60 from August 1967 through December 1967.|
|3/18/2003 10:24:20 AM|
|3/18/2003 5:09:24 AM|
|Found Danny Robinette C Co,2/60 buried in Cedarlawn Memorial Park Cem, Grayson Co,TX.|
|3/14/2003 9:11:38 PM|
|trained at Ft Riley and went to Nam Dec 1967 for tour of duty. Company A 2/60|
|3/2/2003 7:52:22 PM|
|served as rto with A co. 2-70 till 1-71. was at masacre in combodia May 1970. currently work as counselor with va's vet center program.|
|2/10/2003 11:26:05 AM|
|hello served with 4th bn 60th arty 1967(dusters)saw some twin 40s on your site was wondering did they belong to the 5th of 2nd? i am curious. thank you|
|1/29/2003 2:04:06 PM|
|2nd Platoon co. B
2-6 Oscar. July 69 - April 70
This site is Great!!!!
I've found about 12 guys names and a lot of Good memories.
|1/17/2003 10:34:22 PM|
|John D. Stegall,firstname.lastname@example.org|
|HHC coE forward
observer 4.2 mortar platoon
Mar 67 mar 68
|12/28/2002 5:49:50 PM|
|1Lt Darren Brumfieldemail@example.com|
|My uncle, Richard Lynn Brumfield (Dickie)was in the 2/60th and was KIA in Tan Tru in 1969.|
|11/16/2002 12:46:28 AM|
|Medic in A Co., 3rd Platton, Feb 70 to June 70. Does anyone know where the other Medic, Feneran is? Feneran was wounded May 26(?) 1970 in Cambodia. God Bless you all and those younger ones who may be going to Iraq.|
|11/14/2002 10:35:51 AM|
|I am looking for
anyone who knew Bob Hamilton:
HAMILTON, ROBERT E LEE PFC
B Co 2nd Bn 60th Inf
Please contact me if you knew Bobby.
|11/13/2002 10:49:09 AM|
|GREAT SITE WAS WITH B CO 2/60 AS A RECON SGT IN 69|
|11/13/2002 2:54:36 AM|
|Gavin A. 'Doc' Doughertyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Served in the
(small troop assault) Boat Squad
then E Co. Recon 10/67 - 04/68 (about 3 months in each Unit) Tan Tru! Nice place, huh?! Went back
to RVN (4th Inf Div., 374th RRC 69/70. Finally
went all the way Airborne, 400th ASA SOD, 5th SFG
Ft Bragg 78-81. Got out and retired from Civil
Service (Dept. of Defense) in '94. Anybody remember a scrawy little guy used to carry rocket
grenades and sniff out VC better than the Dog?
Send me an e-mail! Welcome Home Bro's!!...Doc
|11/12/2002 8:20:47 PM|
|2/60 Echo Recon from 3/70 to 8/70.|
|11/12/2002 5:25:51 PM|
|3rd Plt (3rd Herd),
C Co, 2nd/60th, Tan Tru,
|11/2/2002 6:02:33 PM|
|Odie O'Neal (Neal) Dukeemail@example.com|
|I was in A/2/60, 9th Division from May, 1969 to April, 1970.|
|11/1/2002 11:24:30 AM|
|looking for any 3/9inf div. nov 69-oct 70|
|10/22/2002 8:11:31 PM|
|Ex . SGT. Floyd Stamperfirstname.lastname@example.org||http:// NO|
|Need to talk to men in my squad , need to know who made it back . LT. Clevenger,LT Roberts,George Comley SGT Richard E.Burton Contact me. GREAT SITE and GREAT JOB, THANKS|
|10/20/2002 4:05:23 AM|
|C Co 1966-68. Ft Riley, Tan Tru.|
|10/10/2002 11:15:51 AM|
|“Charlie Rock” 2/60, 1985 to 1988. Honored to have been part of the lineage you guys started. SCOUTS OUT|
|10/5/2002 1:15:18 PM|
|Was anyone at A Company, 2/60 for Basic Trainging in 2001. EMAIL ME!!|
|10/3/2002 12:54:32 AM|
|Thomas A Hunteremail@example.com|
|I would to talk to
someone who was in-country.
Between may 69 to sept 69.
|9/8/2002 1:24:23 AM|
|Glad to see the
Delta 2/60 Nov. 68 - Dec. 69
|8/24/2002 11:01:04 PM|
|coa 2/60th 9thinfdiv 12/66--08/67 left ft.riley dec66 with the advance party arrived at bein hoa air base on12/12/66 8/23/2002|
|8/23/2002 8:59:47 PM|
|Best 9 weeeks of my
|8/16/2002 11:11:34 AM|
|Need to find anyone that was with B/2/60 during the first week of May/67. Doing some research on a firefight and need to talk to anyone that was with the Unit. Pls email me.|
|8/15/2002 11:51:03 AM|
|Joseph W. Callaway, Jr.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Deployed with 9th as platoon leader. just signed publishing contract with Random House for my memoirs, titled "Mekong First light". Should be published in spring 2003.|
|8/10/2002 3:40:55 PM|
|Just found the website. Sure brings back the memories! Thanks to everyone who had a hand in making this happen!!|
|8/5/2002 11:41:48 AM|
|Thanks for the Old Reliable page,It is filling in some lost memories.Tom A btry 1/11 Arty B co 2/39(F.O.) Class of 66-67 Shot Out.|
|7/31/2002 1:23:02 AM|
|LEFT FT. RILEY IN 1966 FOR VIETNAM ARRIVED IN DEC. 1966 DEPARTED TAN TRU JUNE 1967. ECHO COMPANY|
|7/30/2002 2:47:39 AM|
|1st Plt., Co. C, 2nd Bn, 60th Inf. March 1969 to June 1969, Tan Tru. SP4, M-60.|
|7/23/2002 1:08:44 PM|
|Bob 'Mel' Vargasemail@example.com|
|Great to see the
guestbook in operation again Tom. Great job in keeping the site going
2-60 Inf. E Company - Recon Oct.67 - Oct.68
|7/23/2002 9:59:02 AM|
|B/2/60 1969 Trying to re-establish contact with Terry Slater. Last contact several months ago.|
|7/22/2002 1:57:24 PM|
|I AM SEARCHING FOR (TOMMY THOMPSON)( SKIP NICKLSON)AND (LAST NAME)MATHERSON , FIRST NAME UKN,OR, ANYONE SERVING WITH 1st.PLATOON,'BRAVO' COMPANY 1968 . I WAS WOUNDED SEPT.3rd.1968. CALL ME AT: 618-557-3517 .|
|7/20/2002 6:28:46 PM|
|Very good web site.
hhc 2/60 9th.inf.div. 12/66,11/67
|7/8/2002 12:44:55 AM|
|Looking for anyone that was with A Co in Apr/May 1967 for some research I'm doing on the Unit. Pls email me for details. Bruce Swander|
|6/18/2002 1:16:56 PM|
|A Co. 2/60th. 3/68-3/69 Trying to locate anyone from A Co. Having a reunion in 2003. E-mail me for details.|
|6/14/2002 4:03:14 PM|
|1st platoon ,charlie co. Oct 68 - sept 69 . For all you charlie co guys out there, lets try to get together at an upcoming reunion.|
|6/11/2002 4:37:27 PM|
|Your website has enabled me to speak to members of "C" Company, (Lester E. Downing, KIA APR 69) is my father. Without this website I would'nt been able to do that.|
|5/25/2002 11:24:27 AM|
|e/co 15th.eng 1968/1969|
|5/20/2002 10:44:58 PM|
|5/10/2002 8:02:01 AM|
|Nice to see the guestbook working again..looking forward to the Mobil Riverine Force reunion in San Diego ... I have secured a hospitality room for all of us....se you there|
|5/9/2002 10:02:48 AM|
|Recon, E Co,
|5/9/2002 10:01:51 AM|
|A former Gruntfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.angelfire.com/space/68-69/index.html|
|I enjoy your site more each time I visit.|
|5/9/2002 10:00:00 AM|
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