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William A Narkis

1st Cav 2/5 C co. 69/70 Miss you Richard Knapp. 1/6 Delta Inda
Guestbook Entry 246 Brookfield, Ill USA - Tuesday, February 15, 2011 at 21:05:10 (CST)

al lowe

I am writing a graduate level, primary source history paper at TAMU,CT on the 1st Cav relief of the Marines at Khe Shan. I am retired Army. As an enlisted soldier, I was 11B with 1/10 Cav, 4 ID in VN, 1967-1968. To all where were with the FIRST TEAM and in VN Feb-May 1968, tell me your story:
Guestbook Entry 245 Belton, TX USA - Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 09:46:08 (CST)

vic sokeland

served 1 cav 1/9 combat tracker team dog handler A company 2/5 saved our asses when our tracker team walked into an ambush in the Au Shau valley Oct 27 1968 thanks to all 2/5 grunts welcome home brothers God Bless
Guestbook Entry 244 ft branch, in USA - Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 05:33:52 (CST)

Robert Smith

I served with2/5 November 1965 until November 1966.Iwas in 1st plt. 1st squad
Guestbook Entry 243 Murfreesboro, Tennessee USA - Monday, January 17, 2011 at 08:00:22 (CST)

Clinton Endres

l was with the third plt. in C 2/5 from March 1967 until Feb. 1968.
Guestbook Entry 242 Muenster, Texas USA - Friday, January 14, 2011 at 14:15:32 (CST)

chris watson

Great site
Guestbook Entry 241 maple falls, wa USA - Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 21:15:52 (CST)


I just wanted to say thanks for a great website. My son came across it while doing some research for his 8th grade class he teaches. I am the William Rach that is in the History section Oct 6 1969, Last name spelt wrong. I was in 1st platoon, 2nd squad. I looked at the pictures in the history section and saw faces and some names that I remember. After i was shot and laying there with someother guys and RPG came in and i and others where hit by that and i remember guys taking off and then remember guys coming back to get me and then getting medivac'd out. I would like to sat thanks to those guy for coming back, I think that we where still under fire, don't remember. I would like to know if i could send in some pictures I have? and how and to whom would I send them to.
Guestbook Entry 240 Palatine , Illinios USA - Monday, January 03, 2011 at 12:17:51 (CST)

Michael Van Valkenburg

HI, my father Gerald (Jerry) E. Van Valkenburg served in the Army for more than 20 years, including service in Vietnam. Although he passed on in early 1997 due to cancer, I think of him often as one can expect, but always wanted to know more about what he did in the service, especially while in Vietnam. Like many Veterans, he did not talk about too many specifics. Anyway, I still have a brass bugle proudly displayed in my house, presented to then Major G.E. Van Valkenburg, from the 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry from 12 January - 19 July 1968. I saw it this morning and just said, "It is about time I try to find out more." Hence my post here today. If anyone can help me with any info, those who new of him, served with him, etc... that would be great. Thanks for this and THANK YOU for your service.
Guestbook Entry 239 Colorado Springs, CO USA - Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 11:35:10 (CST)

Doug Lay

Recon Sgt with B/1/14 Arty, attached to B/D/Recon 1/46 Inf, original of 198th LIB, Americal Div, 10/67 - 9/68, I Corps, 8 months with brother grunts in the boonies, 1 month in hospital, rest with 1/46 HQ hill hopping towards Laos. Although much "red" in me, more of Inf. blue within. Peace.
Guestbook Entry 238 Columbus, OH USA - Tuesday, December 21, 2010 at 19:15:37 (CST)

randolph rainey

just wanted hey. left nov 29 1967 wonded by friendly-fire incident 43 years today ;still here
Guestbook Entry 237 belzoni, mississippi USA - Monday, November 29, 2010 at 12:07:46 (CST)

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