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Paul D Shaffer Paul D Shaffer from Charleston wrote on March 24, 2022 at 12:43 pm
Good to see the site back up. Thanks to all that have worked to get it back.
Aco 1/327 th Sepr. 1970/71
ABU/ATR
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JOHN E PAGEL II JOHN E PAGEL II from Glendora wrote on March 23, 2022 at 1:24 pm
Was one of the "BOAT PEOPLE" went over on the El Tinge in July of 1965. Served in the 1st squad of the 1st Platoon of B Company 1/327. I'm proud to be a Vietnam Veteran and to have served with all the men I did. After all these years it seems like yesterday.
AIRBORNE/ATR
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Donald Lance Donald Lance from Toccoa Ga. wrote on March 22, 2022 at 1:19 pm
I need info. on A company reunion in sept.
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Jack Henry Jack Henry from Ponte Vedra Fl wrote on March 21, 2022 at 10:14 pm
Doc Osgood , I joined A co. 3rd plt in September of 68. I was the the only other man in the company that had a personal side are and you. Use to give me ammofor my 45. I have a great photo of you at China Beach and photos of Hank, Reb, Brooks and a lot of guys I canโ€™t remember their name.
Michael Guest I remember the day you were medivaced with a fever of 104
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Dennis Sheridan Dennis Sheridan from Trophy Club Texas wrote on March 21, 2022 at 9:50 pm
Thank You Hannibal for all the hard, tedious work you put in to get this web site up and running
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Yankee Jim Yankee Jim wrote on March 21, 2022 at 6:37 pm
327th Brothers, Sisters, Family & Friends,
It is good to see the 327 Vietnam Eagles web site up and running. Now in our 21st year we will once again become the Rendezvous Site for all those who served in our Regiment since World War 1 and out into the future. Whenever there have been boots on the ground the 327th has been there writing history. Please browse through what you see here. Take notes of anything that has been omitted, needs to be corrected or is in the wrong place. Remember the site is still under construction and to restore it to its former self we need your patience and help. Send your Emails to Hannibal: hannibal@327infantry.org so he can put thing in order. Visit often and watch the process of rebuilding. Sign the Guestbook itโ€™s how we always connected. Your assistance is much appreciated.
Honor & Country!
โ™ฃ
Yankee Jim
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William William from kaunakakai wrote on January 1, 2022 at 3:46 pm
"Hawk Recon A Shau Valley Headhunters"
Is being sold, pre publishing sale, still time to include stories, and photos!
The book covers A company and the Hawk Recon from 68-69 mainly but also all line company's, HHC .Eagle Dust Off and co.D 3/187th: I served with all of them!
Hairy New Year...Doc Osgood

Ps. Shows a very close look at jungle life and combat!
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William Doc Osgood William Doc Osgood from kaunakakai wrote on December 25, 2021 at 7:07 pm
Hawk Recon and company A 68-69 will be glad to know your book is available for pre orders now! See Amazon, Barnesnoble, and more!
"Hawk Recon, A Shau Valley Headhunters" is on the internet and will be mailed around March 2022. Lots of photos,combat art, gunship stories and more.
Thanks, Hairy Christmas...Doc Osgood.
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Dewright Dewright from West Palm beach wrote on December 23, 2021 at 3:02 pm
I'm one of those Arty dudes that was on Fire base Bastogne, When unfortunately OUR-- 155's Shot Out- hitting your troops in the field. I've Not Ever been able to Forget. This December 24, 1970 Christmas Eve Event has destroyed my life, as well as many others.
You had this article listed on your web page for- ever, I would look at it every Christmas Eve. Gave me help, knowing you all had mentioned in that article that you forgave us, as " a part of a WAR, gone SO BAD. Like to see that article one more time if possible..

April 24, 1970- April 27,1971.
Vietnam Service- 16 Sept 70- 8 Nov 7 Drafted!
Co B- 2d Bn (Ambl) 11th Arty 155 Howitzers ( Co- C )-Laos & Cambodia
MOS 13A10 SP4-Rank
โ€œ Screaming Eaglesโ€ ( Fought 2: wars ) ..
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harry J. fletcher harry J. fletcher wrote on September 4, 2021 at 8:26 am
I served with the 1st Brigade 101st ABN B Co 1/327 Infantry from January 1966 until the middle of August 1966. I joined this organization sometime in the middle 1980's when it was for the 1st Brigade members but then it expanded to include those who came afterward when the rest of the division was sent over. Most the people have died off or grown old I guess as I have but I never liked the 101st ABN Association although was briefly a member. The 327 site listed a lot of the members I knew and those who had died as well. Sadly, all our names were deleted when the site "crashed" and all their names were lost. I don't this business of join the 101st ABN Assoc of else your name won't be listed. I do not like this forced crap and the fact that many good men are being forgotten. I felt pride when my name came up on the computer search screen as a 327 infantry Vietnam veteran. You guys and your site can go to hell because you deliberately obliterated a truly great site.
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