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Dick Farr Dick Farr from Las Cruces, NM wrote on April 10, 2022 at 9:50 pm
Briefly, I volunteered for duty with the 101st and I served with D/2/327 from May 1968 to May 1969 as 2nd Platoon Leader and then XO. Later, after finishing flight school and the Cobra AH-1G gunship transition, I again served with the 101st – this time with A Troop, 2/327 Cav in ’71-‘72.

Brothers – we are so very fortunate that Dale Hansen, a truly Great American, has again taken on the daunting challenge of developing our 327 Infantry Vets website. The original website was an amazing repository of unit histories, personal anecdotes and observations – and really a superb piece of American history as told by those of us who were actually there and participating in the making of it. A remarkable national treasure for sure!

Many thanks to Dale and all of his many supporters for this remarkable piece of our shared history!
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John E. McPhillips John E. McPhillips from Lexington, SC wrote on April 10, 2022 at 6:42 pm
Served as 11B10 (draftee) with B Co, 2/327th No Slack - 71-72 in I Corps area from Hue to A Shau - have been looking unsuccessfully for Alan Estep (Oklahoma) and Gary Petrie (Indiana?) for at least the last 30 years. And for all of our brothers who were disrespected when we got home - Welcome Home.
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Marion Hammond Marion Hammond from Greenfield, IN wrote on April 4, 2022 at 10:34 am
Good to see the website Up and running again. Too bad it was lost in the crash. I remember when it was first discussed way back even before Y2K. Hannibal and David J took on the task of doing the initial build up and and maintenance of the site. That's not and easy task. My hat is off to them for their hard work on the rebuild.
"Mouse" Hammond, Alpha 1st Plt 1970
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Robert Ferree Robert Ferree from Garner wrote on April 3, 2022 at 5:29 pm
My nickname was Sugar Bear. Started as RTO for Lt. Hemphill, then RTO for Capt. Trumbo (Smoke), and then at Birmingham working radios for Battalion, and then operated radios in the Lt.Col. C&C chopper. Member of A Co. 1st Platoon 2/237 from Sept. 13,1970 to Oct. 5 1971.
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Elke Elke from Aberangell wrote on April 3, 2022 at 9:58 am
Thanks a bunch! This is definitely an superb web-site!
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Dan O'Brien Dan O'Brien from Holyoke Mass wrote on March 29, 2022 at 1:59 am
I was in A Btry 1stBN 83rd Arty 8 inch for my tour Jan 69 -Jan 70. Yankee Jim was nice enough to let a few gun bunnies into the wire almost 20 years ago. It's been a Blessing and a good ride as well. Following the engineers down Rt 547 from Camp Eagle to Currahee. Setting up parapets' at Bastogne, Blaze, Arrow, Cannon and Currahee. You Yell, We Shell like Hell, Open 24 Hours a day. Roger Koopman [RET MAJ] was our FO in the field. Welcome Home 327th Infantry Brothers. The Joes are fused and the Powder is dry. Dano
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ronald j gallant ronald j gallant from titusville wrote on March 27, 2022 at 4:58 pm
Dale and to all who brought the website back thank you for all the hard work and dedication. It really means so very much to all who served . Thanks again
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James D Parrish James D Parrish from Tipton wrote on March 25, 2022 at 5:14 pm
Was in 101st B/2/327 Inf 66-67 and 82nd Airborne 68-69. Think I Was on the old page but not sure.
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Charlie Fraley Charlie Fraley from Radcliff wrote on March 24, 2022 at 1:13 pm
Glad to see the site is back up. served with Co A 2/327 th Inf one of the boat people July 1965 -June 1966
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