Guestbook

327 Infantry Veterans

Write a new entry for the Guestbook

 
 
 
 
 
 
Fields marked with * are required.
Your E-mail address won't be published.
It's possible that your entry will only be visible in the guestbook after we reviewed it.
We reserve the right to edit, delete, or not publish entries.
89 entries.
admin admin wrote on October 14, 2016 at 4:15 pm
Name: CHARLES WALLACE
Hometown: key west, fl
Date: October 14, 2016 - 08:00 PM (pacific)

be sure to get your you know whats out and vote it don't matter who for just vote thats the main reason most of us went thru hell==== as always GOD BLESS AND ABOVE THE REST CO C 1/327 JAN 68 TO JAN 69
________________________________________
Name: .amanda hughes
Hometown: sanger, texas
Date: October 14, 2016 - 11:58 AM (pacific)

I'm looking for information on Adan Figueroa, for my fiance. he died in vietnam in 1962 never knowing he had a son on the way. Please anything will be greatly appreciated.
________________________________________
Name: Rupert Burridge
Hometown: London, UK,
Date: October 10, 2016 - 02:02 AM (pacific)

I am a retired British Army officer now undertaking a PhD at the University of Oxford. I am seeking to contact Colonel (Rtd) Andrew Irzyk, with whom I served on the Kosovo Verification Mission in 1998-9, to request an interview in support of my research. If my e-mail address could be passed to him I would be grateful. Subsequent to Kosovo I proudly served alongside US forces in Freetown, Basrah and Kabul. Thank-you.
________________________________________
Name: Donna Dye
Hometown: Prospect, Kentucky
Date: October 07, 2016 - 10:47 PM (pacific)

I am looking for anyone who knew Kenny Rush from Louisville, KY. As a member of the 101st, he was gunned down in Vietnam on February 7, 1966. His tombstone lists Tuy Hoa. Is there anyone out their who served with Kenny?
________________________________________
Name: Tom Guglielmo
Hometown: ,
Date: October 05, 2016 - 03:30 PM (pacific)

Soldiers, Veterans, family and friends of the 327th,
I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. I am CSM(R) Tom Guglielmo and I am the new Honorary Regimental Command Sergeant Major, a position I am both extremely humbled and honored to have been selected for. I served in the 101st from 1998-2012 and held leadership positions from Squad Leader to Brigade CSM of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 327th IN RGT. I look forward to meeting and speaking with as many of you as I can and learning your story so that I can tell our story. Upon retirement I stayed in the Fort Campbell area which allows me to pay regular visits to the Brigade on Fort Campbell and interact with the Soldiers. I am excited about maintaining the link between the veterans of the Brigade and the currently serving Soldiers in order to perpetuate our history.

Always First!
Bastogne!

Tom
________________________________________
Name: Tess Cortez
Hometown: , Texas
Date: October 03, 2016 - 09:35 PM (pacific)

I'm trying to locate any men who served in Vietnam 1971-1972 2/327 101st Airborne Div. Delta Co. with my dad. Out of Fort Ord. He can only remember a few last names and one who asked to be called Jack Sh*t. The others are: Ice (Ute Indian), Kowalski (from Utah), Ali and Wilson. They fought in the DMZ for approx 6 months.
________________________________________
Name: FRANK J DeVINCENZO
Hometown: BOSTON,
Date: September 28, 2016 - 05:25 PM (pacific)

I WAS WITH D CO. 1/327, I REMEMBER BLEVINS HE WAS THE RTO FOR THE FO.. SGT HERMAN WAS THE PLT. SGT.
________________________________________
Name: GREGORY DeLaurentiis
Hometown: , New Jersey
Date: September 27, 2016 - 09:40 AM (pacific)

I am looking for men who served with D Co. 1/327 in August of 1968. Those of us who were on The Hill before it became famous in May of 1969. Anyone who remembers Blevins and Jose. Please contact me.
________________________________________
Name: Jon Arthur Every-Clayton
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Date: September 25, 2016 - 09:27 AM (pacific)

I was platoon leader, 1st platoon, ABU Co, 1/327. Arrived in country 04 Jun 1966 and was inserted into ABU Co in the middle of the action in Dak To. On 17 Jun 1966, we engaged the NVA and my RTO, Jack Edward Seward, was wounded by a grenade fragment that pierced his helmet and tore up his forehead. It was the same day Lt Perry, the XO, was killed by "friendly" helicopter rockets.

On 09 Sep 2016, I met Jack Seward again, 50 years later at the dedication of the 327th memorial at Ft Campbell. I learned he was never awarded the Purple Heart medal he richly deserves. I am seeking members of the first platoon who remember and can testify as to the facts and circumstances of that action. I need witness statements to help convince the Army to finally award this long overdue medal.

If you were there or know someone who was, please contact me ASAP.

"Above the Rest"
________________________________________
Name: terry lee whitetree
Hometown: tulsa , Oklahoma
Date: September 21, 2016 - 01:23 PM (pacific)

Checking in were are the members of "A" company 1/327 vietnam
________________________________________
Name: robert n/a gallardo
Hometown: santa ana, calif
Date: September 20, 2016 - 08:37 PM (pacific)

Looking for anyone who was in A co 1/327 from Aug 1969 to Apr 1970 to share some memories
________________________________________

Name: Billie J Coleman
Hometown: ,
Date: September 20, 2016 - 08:59 AM (pacific)

I am looking for pictures or any remembrance of Alan Dean Whitlock. He was in the 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne and was killed on January 10, 1967 We had been married just a few weeks before he left for Vietnam.
________________________________________
Name: Tom Hagen
Hometown: ,
Date: September 11, 2016 - 10:41 AM (pacific)

Do any of you remember Ron Egan... 1/327 B co 1967-68. I was a good friend of his and have a few questions. Thank you Tom
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on September 2, 2016 at 4:19 pm
Name: Larry R. Pretzer
Hometown: Macomb, MI
Date: September 02, 2016 - 06:59 PM (pacific)

I was with 2nd Plt. D Co. 327th Inf. from July '69 - July '70. I was WIA in the A Shau 10 Aug.'69 and was hospitalized for 6 weeks before being sent back to Delta Co. I walked point for the remainder of my tour. The little yellow guys, aka NVA, did their best to put the hurt on me again, but failed. I escaped some near brushes with death, God had other plans for my life.
I have committed my life to helping and serving Vets and their families. I am currently the Chaplain of VFW Old Settlers Post 4659 in Shelby Twp. MI., and Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 1818 in Fraser, MI.
I also am a life member of the VVA Chapter 9 in Detroit, the DAV, AMVETS, VVW- Veterans of the Vietnam War Chapter 7,the Catholic War Veterans of the United States, the K OF C 4th degree, and the 101st Airborne Association. But my heart will always be with Delta Co., my brothers in arms and for the 30 Delta Co. Hero's who gave all. '68-'71
________________________________________
Name: Chris Seate
Hometown: , TN
Date: August 29, 2016 - 04:52 PM (pacific)

DCo 3rdPlt
04-08

HHC BN S3 08-11
________________________________________
Name: Michael Young
Hometown: ,
Date: August 28, 2016 - 06:17 PM (pacific)

In doing some research on the Gulf War came across your page.
________________________________________
Name: Thomas Sunken
Hometown: Ventura, California
Date: August 27, 2016 - 01:43 AM (pacific)

I served with A Company 2/327th Infantry Regiment in Kosovo in year 2000. We were in charge of enforcing the peace agreement in the city of Vitina, Kosovo. It was a tough mission and we saw a lot more than can ever be told. I respect all who served in the 327th past and present.
________________________________________
Name: Matthew Smith
Hometown: Jacksonville, Ar.
Date: August 26, 2016 - 05:18 AM (pacific)

I served in the 3/327 from 85 to 88. We did a tour in the MFO-Sinai. I really didn't know how awesome our division was while I served (dumb kid) and even though I saw no combat during my enlistment, I am proud to have been a part of this unit. An achievement that I am proud of (other than my air assault badge) was the EIB, to be perfectly honest I shot expert but just barely, damn if I didn't miss every 300 yd target but if you got within 250 yds, you were toast! Peace to those who went before. A shout out to my buddies - Rodney Wintz, Jim Coutriaux, Paul Shaffer, and Scott Hedden - Shaffer - give us a call, dude
________________________________________
Name: Michael Lee Cook
Hometown: TYRONE, Georgia
Date: August 24, 2016 - 09:07 PM (pacific)

I served as Col. Gary John Bridges driver when he commanded the 3/327th. I have fond memories of my time of service and refer to him in my stories and life very often. It is only fitting that he would be selected as the Honorary Colonel of the 327th Regiment. I would like to see him again someday. Thank you sir for all the ways you inspired me. Hooah!
________________________________________
Name: joseph e genereux
Hometown: ormond beach, Florida
Date: August 22, 2016 - 08:59 AM (pacific)

ON YOUR PAGE OF TROOPERS OF A CO. YOU LEFT OUT DONOVAN PRUETT KIA JUNE 1966 . OUTSTANDING SOLDIER. HE WENT TO LRRP'S WHEN THEY WERE FIRST ORGANIZED.
________________________________________
Name: Tim Hepler
Hometown: Pardeeville, WI
Date: August 17, 2016 - 08:04 PM (pacific)

Bco 3/327
________________________________________
Name: Melvin Bailey
Hometown: Sterling, Alaska
Date: August 16, 2016 - 06:21 PM (pacific)

Jerry Baxley, call me 907-394-4606 for contact info on several more in Co B at same time as you.
________________________________________
Name: Phil Goode
Hometown: Prescott, ARIZONA
Date: August 14, 2016 - 08:43 PM (pacific)

Served with C 2/327 70-71. I didn't arrive in Camp Eagle AO until October '70 so we probably missed each other, Jerry. But I believe your company CO was Cpt. David Fletcher. He is my neighbor here in Prescott, AZ if you'd want to reach out. Welcome home, brother
________________________________________
Name: Michael Joseph Bertell
Hometown: ,
Date: August 14, 2016 - 03:50 PM (pacific)

Hello everyone, just checking in after being off the hook for so many years. I was with the 1/327th 101st Abn. 1st Platoon. looking forward to the memorial unveiling at Ft. Campbell. I have been going through letters from Warrant officers, to medics to grunts. All pertaining to the accident 12/24/70 and the Chinook crash in 71. What a time, I can still see and hear it all like yesterday. The stories are filling in things I never knew or forgot. Nine on my right wounded 12 on the left died. We were young. We were soldiers. We will never forget our brothers.
________________________________________
Name: joseph genereux
Hometown: ormond beach, Florida
Date: August 14, 2016 - 06:15 AM (pacific)

I READ SGT, KITZMILLERS STORY IN THE NEWEST PUBLICATION OF THE 101ST ABN ASSOC,I WAS IN THE SAME UNIT AT THAT TIME, MY COMMENT ON HIS STORY!! WHAT A JOKE!!! LOOK AT ME I THINK IM GREAT, HE STILL HAS NOT GROWN UP..
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on July 3, 2016 at 4:23 pm
Name: SUEANNE CUBR
Hometown: ,
Date: July 03, 2016 - 06:13 AM (pacific)

Jon Doolittle was in the 101st Airborne. As we celebrate the 4th, I think of my brother and others that have given the ultimate sacrifice so we all can have the freedoms we have today. And thank you to all the men who served. God bless you.
Sincerely, Sue Anne Doolittle-Cubr
________________________________________
Name: Mary B Smith
Hometown: Alabaster, Alabama
Date: June 28, 2016 - 12:42 PM (pacific)

My grandfather Irving E. Carroll served WWI IN THE 327th Infantry rank of Private
Born April 28,1896 Elmore county Alabama.Service outside the US October6,1918. From July9,1918 until July 22,1919. Honorably discharged Spartanburg, South Carolina. My grand father reluctantly talked about France and loosing many friends in hand to hand. He supposedly was found with many dead hanging in trees. He suffered from TB contracted due to exposure. Suffered with major lung disease. He lived with my family in the 1960's. Ralph Jones was my father
he served WWII Navy . I would love to know more about my grandfather's unit and service. He was greatly loved by his grandchildren.
________________________________________
Name: Dawes Dwain Qualls
Hometown: Goodyear, AZ
Date: June 27, 2016 - 05:42 PM (pacific)

"DQ" is looking for any of you guys I served with.
dqualls2@cox.net
________________________________________
Name: ronald gallant
Hometown: cocoa, Florida
Date: June 27, 2016 - 12:56 PM (pacific)

Just want to thank Wendy and Pete Chambers and the
entire Cobra crew for making the first standown in Duffield a new welcome home. Always Above The Rest
Ron G
________________________________________
Name: joseph e genereux
Hometown: ormond beach, Florida
Date: June 24, 2016 - 08:26 AM (pacific)

who was co. cdr. a/co 2/327 in march 1966..
________________________________________
Name: Ron Garver
Hometown: ,
Date: June 23, 2016 - 12:08 PM (pacific)

Served in 9th Div. (Binh Phuoc) & 1st Div. (Lai Kha) '67-'68. I'll not knowingly accept a "Thank You For Your Service" from those that chose not to follow their country's orders. But for all those who did....."Thank You & Welcome Home Brother".
________________________________________
Name: Jerry G Childress
Hometown: Carterville, ill
Date: June 18, 2016 - 08:04 PM (pacific)

1/327 Delta company 70/71
________________________________________
Name: john bunting
Hometown: ,
Date: June 16, 2016 - 08:15 AM (pacific)

My grandfather, Henry C. Phillips, served with the 327 infantry company C during world war 1 . I am looking to find out more about his service during this time. I unfortunately did not ever get to know him as he passed before I was born. If anyone on here could assist me with this task I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance for your help
________________________________________
Name: Gerard Paul Husson
Hometown: Martinsburg, West Virginia
Date: June 06, 2016 - 08:05 AM (pacific)

50 years ago today Michael Joseph Galbraith lost his life in Kontum Province at the age of 19. Michael was one of my brothers best friends and like a big brother to me. I think of him often and as long as I live he will never be forgotten, Rest In Peace Michael you left us a boy we all knew and returned a Man we must never forget. God Bless you and God Bless America.
________________________________________
Name: stephen geiselhofer
Hometown: 3rd plt. medic,
Date: May 30, 2016 - 06:16 AM (pacific)

48 years ago this month 1968.The newly formed D co.2/327 walked out of Camp Eagle toward Fsb Birmingham. R.I.P [CP]Doc Stewart 8/10/68; R.I.P 1st plt.Doc Harbaugh 7/27/15; R.I.P 2nd plt.Doc Trimbur 2/21/12. Reflecting back this Memorial Day and a silent pray for our fallen
________________________________________
Name: Jim Wilson
Hometown: ,
Date: May 29, 2016 - 02:28 PM (pacific)

Here's wishing all you grunts of past and present wars, s happy and safe Memorial Day for 2016. Travel safe and NO SLACK.
________________________________________
Name: Janel Carbone
Hometown: , NC
Date: May 28, 2016 - 07:44 PM (pacific)

In honor and memory of my Uncle Paul Freeman Daniels, jr - 101st Airborne Division, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry, A Company. He was a field wireman that was killed in action near Fsb Veghel, South Vietnam Thua Thien province.
________________________________________
Name: stephen f geiselhofer
Hometown: san antonio, tx
Date: May 28, 2016 - 01:59 PM (pacific)

may68-69 D 2/327
________________________________________
Name: Ronald Wayne Tressel
Hometown: ,
Date: May 26, 2016 - 11:51 AM (pacific)

Bruce was one of my best friends 1961 through 1967. I was in VN from July 65 through December 65.
________________________________________
Name: Cheryl Kircher Barbera
Hometown: Wakefield, RHODE ISLAND
Date: May 25, 2016 - 08:11 AM (pacific)

In memory of my father Ssg. Alfred G. Kircher, who was KIA on this day May 25, 1967 in Vietnam. Rest In Peace Dad.
________________________________________
Name: Jacqueline Rael
Hometown: ,
Date: May 24, 2016 - 11:40 PM (pacific)

My father Henry Rael left me six years ago and I miss him. I wanted to say how proud I was when some men in the military or so were bragging ( lol) so I mentioned my daddy had full
Honors at his service. They thought I was insane until I told them about daddy's medals and had his discharge paper to prove it. It was funny to see them not say another word when I mentioned the valor symbol daddy had on his star etc. Funny daddy was humble but I was proud. I miss him . I just wanted to share .
________________________________________
Name: Michael George
Hometown: Lakeland, FL
Date: May 16, 2016 - 07:37 PM (pacific)

My uncle, PFC Larry F. Herrin was killed in the battle at Trung Luong on June 20th, 1966.
Is there anyone who was assigned to B Co that knew my uncle?
It is coming up on 50 years since Uncle Larry was killed. I have not forgotten him and I am sure all who were involved in the battle have not forgotten their fallen comrades.
________________________________________
Name: Ed Worman
Hometown: Whitesville, NY
Date: May 16, 2016 - 10:09 AM (pacific)

Was Army photographer out with 101st in 1967. Have photo(s) I would like to donate to Doc Norman Bagley and Nick Gerismof (sic?) and others. Could email them. Outside Tuy Hoa mid 1967----Ed Worman
________________________________________
Name: Marion "Mouse" Hammond
Hometown: , Indiana
Date: May 14, 2016 - 12:03 PM (pacific)

Bruce T.M. Edelberg

I saw your entry in the guest book and tried to respond, but your e-mail address didn't work. Contact me at mouse@327infantry.org. Maybe we can connect you with some of your buddies. We just had a reunion of Alpha No Slack vets at the end of April. You need to get on the list to get the info on next year's get together.
No Slack & Welcome Home.
________________________________________
Name: Edward Lohmann
Hometown: Altoona, IA
Date: May 08, 2016 - 02:39 PM (pacific)

Looking for anyone in C-btry 1/321st Arty from Jan 70-Dec 70.
________________________________________
Name: David S Johnson
Hometown: ,
Date: May 04, 2016 - 09:38 PM (pacific)

Thanks to all who keep this website up and running. Dave Johnson, Supply, Co. B, 1/327th, 1969 and, again, 1970.
________________________________________
Name: william michael timlin
Hometown: ,
Date: April 28, 2016 - 05:43 PM (pacific)

i was in 2nd of 327th co D jan-april 1971 wounded around border of laos.
________________________________________
Name: P J Windfelder
Hometown: , PA
Date: April 26, 2016 - 08:49 PM (pacific)

I thought you all would find this interesting.
This is from a contact I made in VN while working on the 866 project.He was in the 196th

Hello Paco,
I pleasured to read your email this early morning at my small room.
Thanks to your email also. My favorite is opening the internet page after waking up in the morning.
At first I am responding your question about my trip to US in 1975. As you have known that I was in Da nang with my family when NVAs occupied the city in late March 1975. One NVA platoon came to my house with many questions that what I am doing with South Vietnam Government , I told them that I was not working with ARVN , I was just a civilian to work in free jobs for taking care my family but NVA platoon leader did not believe me too much and then he questioned me many other questions to find out about my activities with South Government ... I moved my family back to my old country in DMZ at night time with a rental truck, I left most my stuffs in my plenty house in Da nang...
I lived in a small house in DMZ with my wife and 3 sons , local VC cadres came to take me to the village chief 's house and I had to write down what they wanted me to respond their questions, I think they knew what I worked with ARVN but they didn't say nothing about US forces where I have worked with in the war.
a young VC cadre brought some documents in English and asked me what documents talking about . I was very afraid to tell them that I did not understand too much about those documents because my English was broken . The guy smiled and walking out the houch quickly , I cannot know what will be happened to me next . very worry. They let me for home at 12 O'clock and said that I had to stay home . not leaving there to anywhere without their permissions . I said Ok.
They came to take me back the village chief's house 2 days later and told me that I had to take a reeducations course in couple months near Highway#1. I had to bring food for myself they had nothing for myself and many another guys.
I studied the Communism and worked very hard under sunshine in 3 months.
i was hungry and thirsty and had no cloths , I used the old sand bags as my cloths every day.They let me going home after 3 months in changing the mind but I had to become a farmer to work on the dry field with nothing , my wife and our children got nothing for eat.I understand that our lives will go down to the hell.
we stayed there from April 1975 to September 1979. We escaped DMZ at night time and walking to Dong ha city to catch a bus to Chu lai where I am living now.
They VC local cadres in Chu lai got me much troubles also . they said my past life story is very and very bad because I had worked with US Army to kill Vietnamese and their comrades therefore I couldn't find jobs until today, that is a reason why I didn't leave home for US in 1975. I am getting old.and my wife too , all my children didn;t have much times for their schools so they are not working well , no one can help us caused they are all poor. My US combat friends helped me some times , they sent me money to the bank and I picked them out to buy everything I needed.
You can come here to visit Vietnam , nothing gets you troubles because the Government needs USD from foreign visitors, you will be welcome here however they don't like you just needs your money but they don't make you getting angry
I will answer what your questions , we are friends , nothing can stop our friendships Patrick event Communist security agency.
Will talk with you more .
Best regards
xxxxredacted end statement....

Guys,
I found this email Heartbreaking.This should give Clear Reason for the VN war.
THIS IS WHY IT HAPPENED.read it again if you still dont understand.ZOOM IN and get a good look.
His words are Priceless to me.
You can not buy this stuff.Real Deal Here
866 has taken me to some dark places but I have always come out with the goods You cannot understand 866 without understanding why.Its just not that easy....
Im Proud to be Johnny's nephew.Just as proud of all of you.My work is a gift to you all.
Thanks for having my back..
PJW
2016-04-26 3:5
________________________________________
Name: kevin fleming
Hometown: Concord, NC
Date: April 21, 2016 - 09:57 AM (pacific)

i spent most of my 9 mos. 71-72 in the 506 and 327 yet can find no mention of ever being in either 491 58 24763
________________________________________
Name: Jeff Gordon
Hometown: ,
Date: April 14, 2016 - 03:07 PM (pacific)

Went over on the boat in 65 ,came home in June of 66 ,1/327 Abu was my home in nam ,I was with the 1/502 in Campbell .i remember lt Godwin was my platoon leader ,great Lt good leader!
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on April 14, 2003 at 6:32 pm
Name: Larry (BUCK) Bell

Hometown: Evart, Michigan
Sent: Mon 14 Apr 2003 11:30:29 PM CDT

Served in 101st 2/327 E Co. 1967-1968. Would like to hear from any fellow soldiers.

________________________________________
Name: joe cogburn

Hometown:
Sent: Sun 13 Apr 2003 05:05:37 PM CDT

Spent a few years in Battleforce, B co 3-327INF, and No Slack, B co 2-327 INF. The best people I have ever served with.
________________________________________
Name: John Mathie

Hometown: Wausau, WI
Sent: Sat 12 Apr 2003 11:23:10 AM CDT

I was with Delta Company, 2nd/327th Infantry, May 1969 - April 1970. I was in the A Shau Valley, Phu Bai, Phu Loc, Bach Ma. Looking for anyone who may have served at the same time.
________________________________________
Name: Tim Lickness

Hometown: San Diego, CA
Sent: Fri 11 Apr 2003 03:49:29 PM CDT

I was with the Third Platoon, Charlie Company, 2/327 in 1968. We saw action between Hue and the A Shau Valley mostly along Hightway 547. I'm so proud of the way our soldiers are conducting themselves in the Gulf War II. They bring honor to the 2/327. God bless them all and our prayers are for their safe return. Thanks from a grateful nation. Tim Lickness
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on April 10, 2003 at 6:38 pm
________________________________________
Name: Marion L. Bush
Hometown: Yorktown , Indiana
Sent: 7.26 pm - thu 10 apr 2003

I served with HHC , Mortar Plat. 1-327 inf 101st from June 1967 to June 1968 Would like to hear from anyone else who was there Mortar plat . Tiger Force any one Thank you , Sgt Marion L. Bush ABOVE THE REST
________________________________________
Name: Marion L. Bush
Hometown: Yorktown , Indiana
Sent: 7.22 pm - thu 10 apr 2003

I served with HHC , Mortar Plat. 1-327 inf 101st from June 1967 to June 1968 Would like to hear from anyone else who was there Mortar plat . Tiger Force any one Thank you , Sgt Marion L. Bush
________________________________________
Name: Douglas P. (Pat) Bailey
Hometown: Llano, Ca.
Sent: 8.49 am - thu 10 apr 2003

Welcome Home, "Tigers", past and present
________________________________________
Name: Dina Medina
Hometown: Fresno, Ca
Sent: 1.41 am - thu 10 apr 2003

This is to my Big Bro in Iraq @ 101 Airborne, 1st Brigade, 327th Infantry, 2nd Battalian, NO SLACK
HA HA Yeah Baby!!!!!! to you and yours KICK ASSSSSS and come HOME!!!! Wish you all well, Yellow Ribbons for all You!! COME HOME!!!! LOVE YA ALL, PEACE OUT!
________________________________________
Name: Courtney
Hometown: Abilene, TX
Sent: 9.48 pm - wed 9 apr 2003

I just wanted to say thank you for the sacrifice the Screaming Eagles gave for everyone during Vietnam. My prayers are with you and with the men and women still fighting proudly for this country during our time of need. My fiance' is with the 327th Eagles and I am proud to say that he's my own. God Bless you all.
________________________________________
Name: Peter Neathery
Hometown: Washington, DC
Sent: 1.14 pm - wed 9 apr 2003

Thanks for leading the way and setting the example for others to follow.
My pop served with E 2/327 LRP 101 DIV

R.L.T.W.

PBN
B 3/75 91-94 USSOCOM/JSOC 94-96
________________________________________
Name: William "Dee" Diaz
Hometown: Bronx, NY
Sent: 9.49 am - wed 9 apr 2003

A 2/327 troopers from '67-'68 era welcome Bill Diaz back into the fold. Bill lives at 745 East 242nd St. Apt. 2B Bronx, NY 10470. His home phone is (718) 994-5772 and office phone is (718) 367-3500. He is looking for anyone who serves with him, especially Dale Alexander who was from Maryland. They went through Jump School together and served in A 2/327 together. Bill does not have a pc or email so you will have to call or write.
________________________________________
Name: peter stwewart
Hometown: quincy ,ma .02169
Sent: 9.40 am - wed 9 apr 2003

I ma looking for my father his name is peter rouillard he is my real dad ho was killed in a car crash back in 1958
i want to know where he was barried .i do not want my mother priscilla robillard to know that i know please help me thanks.
________________________________________
Name: charles"sonny"neathery
Hometown: Weatherford,Texas
Sent: 8.14 am - wed 9 apr 2003

No one can be more proud more caring.The Neathery family wish all 101 troopers the very best-we support you all-God bless-WE ARE VICTORIOUS.
The soldiers of the US who died in the service of this GREAT NATION-May we remind each other that these men who died doing what they loved BEST WILL NOT FADE AWAY.
________________________________________
Name: Ken Mooi
Hometown: Apache Junction AZ
Sent: 2.28 pm - tue 8 apr 2003

I don;t know if I ever signed the guest book?looking for someone who was with me in Nam.1/327 cobra co.in the years of 9/66 to 9/67
________________________________________
Name: tom sheahan
Hometown: Murrieta CA
Sent: 1.49 am - tue 8 apr 2003

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, especially Sgt. David C. Portillo.
________________________________________
Name: Rene Reyes
Hometown: Victoria, Tx
Sent: 7.13 pm - mon 7 apr 2003

As a ABU Trooper from the past,(1964-1966)you troopers are making me prouded than ever to have worned the 101 patch and be part of the USA GREATEST UNIT, Above the Rest
________________________________________
Name: Erick W. Miller
Homepage: http://screamingeagles-327thvietnam.com/first/erick_miller.htm
Hometown: Chicago
Sent: 5.24 pm - mon 7 apr 2003

Tim Stubbe, This is Erick from Bravo Company. I remember you when you were with us. Don't be so humble, "Camp Eagle and points west" You lived the life of a grunt, be proud! Type my name in search tool and get in touch. Welcome home Bro! Erick W. Miller
________________________________________
Name: joan ackerman
Hometown: new york
Sent: 3.12 pm - mon 7 apr 2003

God Bless our brave men and woman of this great country.
________________________________________
Name: Virgil Rueck
Hometown: Melvin, Il.
Sent: 2.43 pm - mon 7 apr 2003

WE SUPPORT YOU ALL!!!!! GOD'S BLESSINGS ON YOU ALL!!!
________________________________________
Name: Jeffry Keefer
Hometown: Riverside, Ca.
Sent: 11.26 pm - sun 6 apr 2003

Served with C co 1\327 1969\1970
________________________________________
Name: Karen Jones
Hometown: Galloway, Ohio
Sent: 2.40 pm - sun 6 apr 2003

I am behind our men and women 100%. Do what you need to do in Iraq and come home safely to your families and friends. I am proud of each and every one of you fighting for our freedom. Karen Jones
________________________________________
Name: Robert Johnson
Hometown: Porterville, CA. 93257
Sent: 11.09 am - sun 6 apr 2003

Looking for anyone from C,2nd,327 from 67-68. Seen a posting from George Kristoff, but had the email returned invalid path. Also looking for Felix, been a long time since Niles. Waiting in Porterville.
Rjohnnick@aol.com
________________________________________
Name: kay goins
Hometown: vinita ok
Sent: 11.45 pm - sat 5 apr 2003

To find information on my brother billy lee goins of the company B, 1st battalion, 327th infantry, 101st airborne. If you have any info. on him please e-mail me at r_inman@cox.net thank you for your time.
Kay Goins
________________________________________
Name: Ted McCormick
Homepage: http://www.mixedmediastudios.com/page12.html
Hometown: Glennie, Mi
Sent: 5.39 pm - sat 5 apr 2003

Outstanding Troops!Stand tall and be proud.
You faced an uncertain military/political situation and in three, edge of the seat weeks, you are victorious. Congrats to all.

"Above the Rest"

Ted McCormick
B Co 1/327th Inf 101st Abn Div (AMBL) 1969-70
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on April 5, 2003 at 7:40 pm
Name: Tim Stubbe
Hometown: Alta Loma California
Sent: 4.11 pm - sat 5 apr 2003

Co.E 1/327th 1969-70.
Camp Eagle and points west...
________________________________________
Name: Rebecca
Hometown: Fortaleza, Bazil
Sent: 1.56 pm - sat 5 apr 2003

Hey kyle (101st Airbone, 1st Brigrade, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infatry, Delta Company), i hope you still remember me =]. itยดs just to say that i miss u and to take care of yourself. Go back to America safely. Be tough. love, bekinha
________________________________________
Name: G.W.SONNY HENDRICKSON
Hometown: EUGENE,ORE.VIA N.Y.
Sent: 11.36 am - sat 5 apr 2003

FROM THIS SITE I RECEIVED A MESSAGE FROM A TROOPER I SERVED WITH IN VIET NAM.THANK YOU
________________________________________
Name: Mark Phillips
Hometown: The Colony, Texas
Sent: 9.59 pm - fri 4 apr 2003

I need to find friends and comrades from the past.I will try and find out as much information as I can.
I was in HHC at Camp Eagle 1971-1972. I worked in the motor pool. When the 101st went home I was shipped to the 1st Cav Division. When I returned to the states I was stationed at Fort Carson Colorado until I got out.If anyone remembers please let me know.
Mark Phillips
________________________________________
Name: jill short
Hometown: Hernando , Fl
Sent: 5.23 am - fri 4 apr 2003

My son is with the 3/327 1st. brigaide and was hoping to find photos or info. of how they are doing in Iraq. We are so proud of him and miss him so much.
Thank you for haveing this page to see anything of him. Jill Short
________________________________________
Name: Donald Streicher
Hometown: San Jose, CA 95119
Sent: 11.38 pm - thu 3 apr 2003

Was just trying to remember what brigade and came across site. Will try to attend in Reno.

Don Streicher
Plt Ldr 3?/A/2nd/327th 8/68-?/69
________________________________________
Name: Jon Kruskamp
Hometown: Farwell
Sent: 12.41 pm - thu 3 apr 2003

To all who proudly defend the greatest democracy in the world, THANK YOU.
________________________________________
Name: RICHARD R BATHURST
Hometown: PENSACOLA, FL. 32507
Sent: 12.29 pm - thu 3 apr 2003

1ST SQD. 1ST. PLATOON "C" COMPANY, 2/237TH 101ST, JULY 67-68 "NO-SALCK"
________________________________________
Name: kim,monica,david,jamie
Hometown: sterling,illinois
Sent: 12.20 pm - thu 3 apr 2003

pfc matt cramer,we are thinking of you and we miss you.
be careful and hurry home.we love you,
Your second mom KIM AND fAMILY
________________________________________
Name: Mike Rockelman
Hometown: SLC, UT
Sent: 11.50 am - thu 3 apr 2003

I just found out that co-worker has a son Kyle Worden with the 2/327th and wanted to tell you folks that we are all with you and you are in our prayers for a safe return. I was a platoon leader with the 1/506th in 68 in Vietnam and know how good you guys are. Kick ass and don't take names. AIRBORNE!!!
________________________________________
Name: LTC J.W. McElroy (Ret)
Hometown: Palm Harbor FL
Sent: 10.42 pm - wed 2 apr 2003

Best of luck to the men of B/1-327, the unit I commanded in '67 thru Duc Pho, Chu Lai, etc. XO was Lt Larry Wissel--Top was SFC Don Dian--both KIA. During that time, under Bn Cdr "Ghostrider", B Co was known as the Barbarians. 1st Bde always led the Div. I know you will continue in the best traditions of the "Above the Rest" battalion! "ATR"!
________________________________________
Name: Wes Byrd
Homepage: http://www.google.com
Hometown: Stl Louis Missouri
Sent: 8.33 pm - wed 2 apr 2003

I recently changed email accounts from Outlook to Hotmail. When I signed up,Outlook assigned me an address of WBYRD1327. I decided to use the same address when I moved over to Hotmail. Last night I heard from a good friend whom I went through AIT and 12 months (Jul '70 - Jul '71) in the RVN with. I forwarded him my email address and in doing so, for the first time, I noticed that WBYRD1327 is Wes Byrd 1/327 infantry. Ya gotta love it!
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on April 2, 2003 at 7:41 pm
Name: Donna Bowles
Hometown: Woodstock, GA
Sent: 1.33 pm - wed 2 apr 2003

I have enjoyed this website so much. My nephew is in C Company, 2-327 IN, serving in Kuwait right now. We are so very worried about him. I just want to know that he is ok. I enjoy reading about the great accomplishments of the 101st, especially the 2-327. I wish there was some way I could get in touch with an officer via email to check on my nephew. In the meantime, thank you for your service to our country.
Continuing to Pray for the troops!
________________________________________
Name: Tom Murray
Hometown: Vacaville, Ca
Sent: 12.33 pm - wed 2 apr 2003

Really enjoyed this and other 327 sites. A & C co's. No Slack 68-69
________________________________________
Name: Linda Ballard
Hometown: Peoria Az
Sent: 11.39 pm - tue 1 apr 2003

Just found out that my friends from Albq. new mexico has adaughter who just left to join the rest of our brave men and women, at war I pray for the safty of them all the one alrady there fightingfor our country and theone on thier way please keep them in all our prays . also for the family that are seperated from thie loved one at this time and bring ALL OUR Solders Home Fast and Safe
________________________________________
Name: Tracy Lyon
Homepage: http://proudamericans.tripod.com
Hometown: Roseburg, Oregon
Sent: 5.45 pm - tue 1 apr 2003

I love watching this guestbook grow and see the support for our troops. Please check out the website link up there ^^ ..Its an actual message board where supporters and ppl whose loved ones are in Iraq with the purpose of sharing information and websites and even posting picture. May God Bless Our Soldiers and Bring Them Home to Their Families Soon
________________________________________
Name: Ken Neeley
Homepage: http://www.supportfreedom.us
Hometown: Detroit, Mi
Sent: 8.36 pm - mon 31 mar 2003

Check out our website...www.supportfreedom.us
BIG rally this Saturday
I love you son....great job kicking butt in Al-Najaf
PV2Jones, Jonathan
101st Airborne
1/327th
Bravo Company
________________________________________
Name: Cayla Ross
Hometown: Warsaw Ohio
Sent: 6.57 pm - mon 31 mar 2003

This is to my brother Michael Ross!
Michael I just want you to know that you are my hero and I love you. Make sure hury up kick some Iraq butt and get home. I love you.
Your Loving and Caring Sister
~Cayla~
________________________________________
Name: Joe L. Won
Hometown: Port Washington, New York
Sent: 3.01 pm - mon 31 mar 2003

Formerly with Bravo Company, 2/327Inf, 1st Bgd. 1/68 to 7/69 my thoughts, prayers and the knowledge of knowing what the "No Slack" battalion can do. Keep your heads down and your eyes open. Make us proud!
________________________________________
Name: Mike Ainsworth
Hometown: Benicia, California
Sent: 10.49 pm - sun 30 mar 2003

Serverd with the 1/327 during Viet Nam. From the television I see you women & men have your hands full and are doing a excellent job. We had a saying in Vietnam that still applies today, STAY ALERT, STAY ALIVE; I pray for all the coalition troops.
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on March 30, 2003 at 7:44 pm
Name: Dianne Larios Williams
Hometown: Nashville, TN
Sent: 9.16 pm - sun 30 mar 2003

All of our brave military men & women deserve so much for being the foundation of our freedom! First & above all, our constant prayers for their safety, their families & God speed home; but also they deserve our support! I am so proud of my sister, Linda, a California resident, who not only recognized this, but put it into action during the Vietnam War. Her dedication & untiring energy is an incentive to all of us & I hope to do whatever I can to support the troops from my State of Tennessee. God Bless Our Troops and God Bless America!
________________________________________
Name: Debbie Tindall
Hometown: Mount Airy, NC
Sent: 7.22 pm - sun 30 mar 2003

Hi Chris Orgg,
Hope that you do the job and get it done safely. We all miss you and pray for your safety. Look for the package we sent real soon.
________________________________________
Name: Jen Waller
Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
Sent: 1.43 pm - sun 30 mar 2003

My prayers and thoughts are for peace and safety for everyone fighting for freedom. For my friend Michael S Ross I wish godspeed and soon return home. May the whole troop be blessed and return safe to family and loved ones. Very proud of everyone there all troops! and thanks for everyone doing their part in their mission.
________________________________________
Name: Mike Ross
Hometown: Warsaw Ohio
Sent: 11.54 am - sun 30 mar 2003

to all the troops of the 101st, we are behind all of you !! my son MICHAEL S ROSS with the 1/327 unit 96021,
lookout for yhe ragheads! shoot fast& shoot stairght!
keep your eyes open& ass down!
you are a brave son that i' m very proud of, i think of you every minute of the day & dream of you at night !
let your training carry you through this mission and come home soon !!

SCREAMING EAGLES WILL KICK ASS !!

YOUR LOVING FATHER !!

________________________________________
Name: Chris Martin
Hometown: Florence NJ
Sent: 8.36 am - sun 30 mar 2003

I'm proud of all our troops- for you make America a safe,strong country! THANK YOU!!! I love my freedom.
________________________________________
Name: Camy Worden
Hometown: Grass Vallley CA
Sent: 9.48 pm - sat 29 mar 2003

I am so proud of all our troops. My big brother is in the 101st 1st birgade 2/327 infantry division (delta company)serving in iraq at the time being. I want everyone to know that i am proud of him and that i love him to death. I miss him dearly and cant wait to see him again. Thank you to all the our service men and women in the armed forces. God Bless!
________________________________________
Name: jerry wilson
Hometown: coldwater mi.
Sent: 2.55 pm - sat 29 mar 2003

give theme hell shoot first and talk later
________________________________________
Name: Jeff Bowman
Hometown: Portland, OR
Sent: 1.39 pm - sat 29 mar 2003

I am former soldier with B co. 1/327th inf. I served from 1997-2000. I would just like to say thanks to all who have gave their lives for our country and continue to give all. Thanky to all of you who are in Iraq protecting the world. Air Assault!!
________________________________________
Name: Mickey Allums
Hometown: Gainesville, Florida
Sent: 11.20 am - sat 29 mar 2003

May the Spirit and Focus of Tiger Force be present with your Day to Day Mission. Mick
________________________________________
Name: Tonia Cleveland
Sent: 11.03 pm - fri 28 mar 2003

Hi Eli,
I stopped in to check out your site. Its amazing. Now i have lots of questions for you on the next bus trip home.
________________________________________
Name: Selena Taylor
Hometown: Russellville
Sent: 9.19 pm - fri 28 mar 2003

Dewey, hope everything is cool. write and let me know youre ok once in a while. xoxo
________________________________________
Name: Nita Dunn
Hometown: Denver, Colorado
Sent: 6.30 pm - fri 28 mar 2003

We're keeping all of you in our prayers. Please come home safely to those who love you.
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on March 28, 2003 at 7:47 pm
Name: Monica
Hometown: Sterling.IL
Sent: 3.49 pm - fri 28 mar 2003

To all the troops come home safely and we are praying for you.
To Matt we miss you come home safely. Me and My family are always thinking about you. we miss you
Love,
Monica
P.S God bless you all!
________________________________________
Name: Joyce Thomas
Hometown: Cornelia, Georgia
Sent: 3.46 pm - fri 28 mar 2003

Hey guys:
My thoughts and prayers are with you and with the other soilders in other branches of the military. My brother was in the 101st 327th during Viet Nam, so I have a soft spot for all you guys. Just get over there, get the job done, and come back home, safe! Hopefully it will not be dragged out as long as Nam, and you boys will return to a heros welcome, unlike the Nam Vets, who were also heros, but were shunned for their service. Those who were there and remember, won't let that happen to you! So just take that SUCKER out
________________________________________
Name: James Kilvington
Hometown: naugatuck, CT
Sent: 6.00 am - fri 28 mar 2003

To Sandy's son. Sir you mother has really touched me and you i hope you retunr to her i couldn't bare to see her in pain. With god's speed defeat saddam and come home.

With upmost respect and Thanks
James E. Kilvington
________________________________________
Name: Emily Dewey
Hometown: Lake michigan
Sent: 1.34 am - fri 28 mar 2003

Hey jeremiah....the letters we wrote will be comming soon... I love you and please please be safe... I miss the heck out of you and i cant wait too see you! I pray for you ever night rite along with all of your friends.. Im verry verry proud of you... Kick there butts then come on home bro
I LOVE YOU
Your lil sis
Emily
________________________________________
Name: joanna garza
Hometown: SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Sent: 8.22 pm - thu 27 mar 2003

Bless you all for protecting all of AMERICA, We are truly grateful for your sacrifice.

******************** GOD BLESS AMERICA ****************
... Toggle this metabox.
admin admin wrote on March 27, 2003 at 7:49 pm
Name: Bill Adams
Hometown: Pocono Sunnit PA
Sent: 5.42 pm - thu 27 mar 2003

Was with 801st Maint.1971
________________________________________
Name: jack & debbie pettee
Hometown: rough & ready, ca
Sent: 12.10 pm - thu 27 mar 2003
________________________________________
Name: Carla Rodriguez
Hometown: Lorain, Ohio
Sent: 9.37 am - thu 27 mar 2003

This is such a brilliant idea! I would just like to say that I to have a brother who is a new addition to the U.S. Army, Private Rodriguez. He's in San Antonio, Texas right now completing his AIT schooling to become an Army Medic. Me and my family are grateful that he has yet to join the many soldiers in the war the Iraq. I do pray for peace in the world and for God to look over all of our U.S. Soldiers. Tonight i will make sure to specifically pray for Sgt. Dewey and his fellow Screaming Eagles who are sacrificing their lives for the well-being of all U.S. citizens. I honor the roll you play in this world. May God also bless you "Chic", for your idea to keep all the U.S. Soldiers in everyones daily prayers. An effort made for the happiness of others, lifts us above ourselves!

Sincerely,

"My brothers a U.S. Soldier too"
Carla Rodriguez
Peace, Love, and Happiness to All!
________________________________________
Name: Gina
Hometown: Nolanville, TX
Sent: 8.48 am - thu 27 mar 2003

Forget the protesters and Hollywood! You have America's support!!!!!!!!!
________________________________________
Name: Jeff J. Brown
Sent: 3.05 am - thu 27 mar 2003

Hey Guys.. I just wanted to write a small letter and tell you what a good job you are doing. Someday soon this will come to an end and you will be back at home with your family where you belong... Keep up the good work and my prayers are with you all...
________________________________________
Name: Michael Stevens
Hometown: Toronto Canada
Sent: 2.20 am - thu 27 mar 2003

To all the guy's in the 327th i wish ya all the best! As a Canadian i wish i was there helping ya all. To Jeremiah Dewey i am a friend of your mother i wish you all the best and a sAfe return to the U.S.A. mY Prayers are with you and all the guys there!.
________________________________________
Name: Jaz and Wisc
Homepage: http://www.geocties.com/jaznwisc/
Hometown: central Wi.
Sent: 1.29 am - thu 27 mar 2003

Thank you !!
God bless each and every one of you may you all come home safe and sound.
________________________________________
Name: Bridget
Hometown: Deansboro, NY.
Sent: 11.02 pm - wed 26 mar 2003

A Poem for the troops who defend our Freedom...


God Bless our troops that are fighting today!
They have Operation Freedom Iraqi well under way.
War isnโ€™t easy our troops are paying the cost
Fallen soldiers, Marines and coalitions weโ€™ve lost.
For our freedom and safety they are paying the price.
They go into battle, they donโ€™t think twice.
For the love of their country paying their greatest sacrifice.
Protestors on the streets are screaming lets have peace!
While our troops march on in the dessert heat.
Our troops know the importance of what theyโ€™re fighting for.
Theyโ€™re determined to fight! Their hearts arenโ€™t torn.
Their Commander and Chief they salute and never scorn.
They need our prayers and our support itโ€™s true,
Stand up America lets show our red, white and blue!
Sadam, get prepared and practice bowing for your last debut,
Itโ€™s time to go down and pay the devil your dues.
Sadam, Satan has a special place reserved for you!
Our troops and coalition are moving close indeed!
They will hit you with great strength and fastest of speeds!
You wonโ€™t know what hit you till all the smoke has cleared.
THE WORLD WILL KNOW THE UNITED STATES HAS NO FEAR! TERRORISTS TAKE HEED STAY OUT OF OUR FRONTIER!
________________________________________
Name: billy
Hometown: washington state
Sent: 10.16 pm - wed 26 mar 2003

we are praying for you, and hope that you make a safe return home to the USA. As alot of other people we stand behind you during this situatio, and we will be waiting for you in our home ports when you come home, ecspecially you guys from Washington state, and Oregon. We are here for you as friends and country men, and we will be here for your families to help them thru all the trying times during this Peace
Good Luck,
Billy C.
... Toggle this metabox.
Product added to cart