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Tommy Tipton Tommy Tipton from Huntsville wrote on July 14, 2022 at 9:46 pm
My uncle Spec 5 Cecil Curtis McKinney Doc Mac was in the 327th assigned to HHC as he was ending his tour soon. He went forward to assist and let another person go on emergency leave.

He was assigned to Bravo when he died from a blade strike while loading wounded. 101st Airborne Division, 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry, B Company. He was a Medic, Iโ€™d love to see any pictures of his time in Vietnam, or stories. I also joined the Army and my first duty Station was A Company 101st Aviation Regiment.


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Roger Mellen Roger Mellen from Mesa wrote on July 4, 2022 at 11:41 am
My brother in law died last week. I am searching to find details of his past. He was wounded Oct. 19th 1967. His name was Robert Rieffer. He was with the 101st 327, 1st battalion. Any and all help will be sincerely appreciated. Regards, Roger Mellen
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Terry Kent Vaughn Terry Kent Vaughn from Bernalillo, New Mexico wrote on July 3, 2022 at 12:18 pm
I served in the 1/327 from JUNE 71 through 72...I was a 91-C Clinical Specialist and touched down on Firebases all along the DMZ . I was on Bastogne, Birmingham, and Apollo among others.
I made SP-5 while serving on Bastogne. Enjoyed the website and am glad I connected with it!
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BO WRIGHT BO WRIGHT from WILMINGTON wrote on July 2, 2022 at 9:22 am

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James Brese James Brese from Ft Lauderdale wrote on June 22, 2022 at 6:09 pm
โ€œVeteran Buddy Finderโ€, is a Facebook site, and could be another resource to assist in locating others, as I notice many here are reaching out .
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James Brese James Brese from Ft Lauderdale wrote on June 22, 2022 at 3:24 pm
Thank you for renewing this site. I am wondering if the photos submitted to the previous site were saved, and are available for reposting here. Thanks
Admin Reply by: hannibal-327infantry

We're re-posting pictures every day. Specifically, what are you searching for?

Although we may not have all the old photo files, we do have a lot. Send me an e-mail ( and give me a heads-up. I might be able to direct you where to find them or maybe get new pictures from you.

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Doc osgood Doc osgood from Kaunakakai, Hawaii box 609, 96748 wrote on June 9, 2022 at 2:46 am
"Hawk Recon" will be available Jan 2023 at the latest...but pre orders are going on now on Amazon, Pen and Sword and almost every book store in the world!
I can still add info.!
The big mystery right now is: where did A company,2/327th extract from the AShau valley on August 18th,, 1968? This is huge! This is big history because it could have been from atop Hamburger Hill, Dong ap bia.! We were very close and headed that way just a few days prior!
We landed near a fire base right back in the valley.
I need the numbers, the coordinates! OR one of the several hill tops next to Hamburger Hill that were part of the future battle area in 1969!
Info. Is in battalion logs, division records etc!
Thank you and No Slack...! Doc Osgood
Ps. I was almost killed within a couple of clicks of Dong Ap Bia as was another co. A trooper KIA so having missed theHamburger Hill battle would have been a mute point I guess you could say!
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Jim Hart Jim Hart from St Augustine, FL wrote on May 29, 2022 at 12:12 pm
Hannibal, Yankee Jim, the site is looking great! Thanks for not giving up after the technology failures.
This message is for the brothers of C/2/327, especially the 4th platoon. I usually shed a tear or two for my cousin, Robert Langford (KIA 01/25/1968 along with Earl Mailloux and Phillip Garver) at this time each year as we honor those we gave all. But I want to send out a big hug to those brothers who are still with us. While I know you feel sadness, I pray you don't feel pain. You did your job. We are glad you're home. Let the pain go; replace it with the pride that you served, and the gratitude those of us have that treasure freedom for the sacrifices you've made. NO SLACK!
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Leonard Thomas Higdon Jr. Leonard Thomas Higdon Jr. from Corryton wrote on May 21, 2022 at 7:11 pm
Hello , looking for anyone that might have known or served in my fatherโ€™s unit in Vietnam . CPT Leonard Thomas Higdon ; CO E Tiger Force Recon Plt,1stBN/327 INF 101 ABN DIV 69-70 KIA 52 years ago today ,on FSB Bastogne, May 21 , 1970
My father did his first tour in Vietnam July 67 - July 68 with the 1st Cavalry Division 1st Battalion (Airmobile ) 8th Cavalry Reg. CO. D (Jumping Mustangs)
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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harry J. Fletcher harry J. Fletcher from Flower Mound wrote on May 18, 2022 at 4:26 pm
I received the Commendation Medal for Valor
Entitled to wear the Presidential Unit Citation, Valorous Unit Citation as a member of the unit receiving the awards
Awarded the U.S. Army Expeditionary Medal as member of the 82nd ABN Division sent to the Dominican Republic 1965
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