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admin admin wrote on February 5, 2003 at 8:14 pm
Name: Ken Coleman
Hometown: Waterford, Mi.
Sent: 9.51 pm - wed 5 feb 2003

I was with 1/327th Bravo Co. April 1970 thru Oct 1970 then moved to the 1/327th Mortar Platoon Oct 1970 thru March 1971. I have just recently located a few of the fellows that I was with. If you are out there and remember me, please e-mail me.
The nickname I given was "DAD",I was about 6 to 7 years older then all of the fellow in the platoon. May God Bless all of you.
Name: Gordy Doc Nelson
Hometown: Winona Minn.
Sent: 3.24 pm - wed 5 feb 2003

Just wanted to say hello and wecome to a ABU brother Mark Kunkel RTO for the 3rd Herd 69-70.
Name: David Walz
Hometown: Newark Ohio
Sent: 4.56 pm - tue 4 feb 2003

I served in-country 6/27 -67- 7/1/68. I was just looking for guys of the 1st plt.Aco.2/327Inf.If anyone knows of Frank Johnson Sgt.E5 Hook us up!
Best regards to one and all! Band-of Brothers "No Slack"
Name: Tom Schuman
Hometown: Cincinnati,Ohio
Sent: 4.49 pm - tue 4 feb 2003

Hello fellow Troopers. I'm one of the lucky ones that was with the 327th from 1958-60. Got out before the bad stuff. God Bless America ....... Airborne
Name: Mark G Kunkel
Hometown: Kimball, Mn
Sent: 4.30 pm - tue 4 feb 2003

Just information about me. Serve in Viet Nam from April, 1969 through May, 1970 in Infantry Company A, 1st Battalion, 1st Brigade. Home base was Camp Eagle between Hua and DaNang. A fellow Minnesotan who I served with made me aware of this web site. I wil frequent it often.
Name: gary mcginnis
Hometown: ludlow, vermont
Sent: 11.50 am - tue 4 feb 2003

communicating with 327th eagles and may get a poem posted to your site. proud of that. gary.
Name: Jon Protzman
Hometown: Sentinel, OK.
Sent: 11.46 am - tue 4 feb 2003

Hi, Looking for anyone that served with me in B Company 2nd/327th Infantry or HHC Company from 6-67 to 12-68; Looking for medic nickname "Chopper" who was a truck driver in Chicago be the Army.
Name: aloysius (buddy) kratz
Hometown: bayville,new jersey
Sent: 9.12 am - tue 4 feb 2003

i was just trying to find some of my buddies i served with in viet-nam. been trying 34 year's and cant find's time to stop's just not ment to be. great site you have here. i havent found one as good as this site anywhere, and believe me iv'e been on every site you can think of. god bless you for what you are doing .
aloysius (buddy) kratz >> 101st arbn div.2nd 501st served in country 68/69 "WELCOME HOME BROTHER"
Name: SSgt Neathery
Hometown: Weatherford, Texas
Sent: 9.16 pm - mon 3 feb 2003

This is to Tony Sexton who left a message about his father who was a combat medic in 2/327 Hawks Recon. After my medic, Sam McDaniel, died, your father became our team medic. I remember him greatly. He was very considerate and quite confident in his position. With all love and respect to your father. I wish you both well.
Name: SSG Neathery
Hometown: Weatherford, Texas
Sent: 8.48 pm - mon 3 feb 2003

To all my friends. I would like to hear from anyone from the Airborne Dept. at Fort Benning, Georgia during 1973-1975. I was an instructor at ground training committee. Airborne all the way and Rangers lead the way!
Name: SSG Neathery
Hometown: Weatherford Tx.
Sent: 8.40 pm - mon 3 feb 2003

I'd like to speak to anyone that was in the Hawks, Echo Company, 2/327 101 ABN Division, 1970-1971. I was a point man in a six man recon team.
Name: John Quirk
Hometown: Naperville, Illinois
Sent: 4.27 pm - mon 3 feb 2003

Served as a plt sgt with Alpha Troop, 2/17th Cav, 1st Brigade, 101 in '66-'67. Great site for all 1st Brigade vets. Alpha Troop had orders cut by Brigade making us "4th Provisional Rifle Company" becuase, at one time or another, we were attached to both bns of the 327 and the 2/502nd. Keep up the good work. Airborne - we know how far!
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