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admin admin wrote on February 9, 2003 at 8:12 pm
Name: SFC Philip Sabatino
Hometown: Grass Valley CA
Sent: 8.49 pm - sun 9 feb 2003

I am now serving as the Platoon SGT of 2nd Plt Cco 2/327 NO SLACK. I am honored to carry on the NO SLACK tradition.
Name: Howard A. shepardson
Hometown: Ft.White,Fl. 32038
Sent: 11.43 pm - sat 8 feb 2003

"ABU'S" 1/327 (from68-70)Noticed that my E-MAIL on msg.posted 29/1 2003 was omitted.Again my yr.was June69-70,nickname:SHEP,please email me
Name: Robert "Bob" Hagan
Hometown: 23447 Highway 70, Tularosa,NM 88352
Sent: 10.09 pm - sat 8 feb 2003

I served with HHQ 2/327 3/'68-3/'69 and was "Charger's,"the Bn C.O., RTO when he went to the field. I was at FB Berchtesgaden and was on FB Bastogne when it was overrun. I'd like to hear from any"No Slack" troopers who were there. No Slack/All the Way!! Sgt. Bob Hagan
Name: Larry Sietstra
Hometown: 3264 Kingbird Ave. Boyden, IA 51234
Sent: 9.30 am - sat 8 feb 2003

I served w/D 1/327 8/'69-7/'70 when WIA. I am looking for any who served in D Co. w/me, especially Mike McKillop, Jim Garcia, Ed McMillan, Ken Burdick, Jim Dishman and Roger Johnson. I do not have email but you can email Dave Cook and he will relay. My phone number is (712)725-2090. "Above the Rest!" Larry 3rd platoon.
Hometown: Bent NM.
Sent: 7.11 pm - fri 7 feb 2003

I'm looking for any one who might have been in HHC 2\327 1st. Bde. 101st. from april 68 till april 69 any information would be very helpful for V.A. claim
Sent: 9.28 am - fri 7 feb 2003

To all the friends and family of the Men of 2d Battalion, 327th IN (NO SLACK), WE ARE DEPLOYING NOW! God Bless all of you and thank you for your support, kind words, and advise...we will not fail.

Very Respectfully,

Chris Hughes


-----Original Message-----
From: Orlando, Sherry GS-6
Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 12:11 PM
To: Lenart, John S. Jr. LTC; Wark, Lawrence MAJ; Cate, Hugh C. MAJ;
Courier Editor; Heath, George E.; Minton, John; PADNCOIC; Purvis, Carl
MAJ; Sanderson, Steve
Subject: CofS approved release of following news release as of 1200
hrs today
RELEASE 03-022



FORT CAMPBELL, Ky., February 6, 2003. - The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and associated units stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky,
have received orders to deploy to the U.S. Central Command area of operations (AOR) to support possible future operations in the global war on terrorism. The specifics of any such operations are not known at this
time. As the world's premiere air assault division, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and its 270 helicopters will provide Central Command substantial operational flexibility and combat power, as well as
the ability to conduct long-range helicopter attacks and air assault operations should those capabilities be required to successfully prosecute the global war on terrorism. The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) provided some of the first combat units in Afghanistan - which included Task Force Rakkasan and
Apache Attack Helicopters - and these units participated in Operation Anaconda and the other major operations conducted in the spring and summer of 2002.
Units that have received deployment orders include elements of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the 101st Corps Support Group, and the 86th Combat Support Hospital. Fort Campbell leaders cannot at this time discuss specific numbers of soldiers deploying or deployment destinations; nor can they speculate on
future employment of forces.

[Wark, Lawrence]

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

Name: Jim Wainscoat
Hometown: Viborg South Dakota
Sent: 9.17 am - fri 7 feb 2003

Just checking in. Good to see so many brothers checking in. When you think about all the years that have passed, the number of men who served with the 101st in Vietnam and how many are still kicking around .... we belong to a very small group of men. Let's keep checking in. All is well here in SD. Scoat the Scout, over and out.
Name: Dave Bronson
Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI
Sent: 9.54 pm - thu 6 feb 2003

The lead story on my Yahoo home page when I logged on this evening was that the 101st Airborne Division has received orders to deploy overseas. Of course, the information about which units have been activated were not yet available. Whatever your feelings about the growing likelihood of a war with Iraq, I know all of you join in Godspeed to the soldiers of the 101st. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Screaming Eagles.
Name: Tim Buss (Doc)
Hometown: Dallas, TX
Sent: 8.24 pm - thu 6 feb 2003

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