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David Williamson David Williamson from Hot Springs wrote on October 15, 2022 at 4:52 pm
My long time email was lost due to ?? The new one is posted. I enjoy the 327th site as it is. B & C company's No Slack reunion in Branson, Missouri was last September. Good times.
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Jon Page Jon Page from Harper TX wrote on October 12, 2022 at 7:23 pm
Thanks Dale and everyone who worked to bring this site back to life! It means so much to all our brothers that are still kickin along with their family’s. NSF D&HQ 2/327 June 68/June 69
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Ed Winters Ed Winters from Kerrville wrote on October 7, 2022 at 9:38 pm
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Was with Headquarters Co 1/327 Inf Jan - Dec 1970 as a medic/clinical specialist. Worked at rear aid station at Camp Eagle and on aid stations at FSB Bastogne, Kathryn, Veghel, Jack and Outpost Checkmate (also was on FSB Rifle when 1st in country w/ 2/501st Inf). Good to see the website back up and running.
Thanks!
Ed Winters
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Edmund S Coale Edmund S Coale from Baltimore wrote on September 13, 2022 at 12:51 pm
Info on Andy Thomas Spec 4 1/327 Co A or C casualty 9/5/67
He was a short timer 11B In Country 10/25/66

I am a High School Friend trying to get information on Andy

Any info appreciated

I Served in Nam 7/69 to 7/70, Camp Evans
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Frank Dunlevy Frank Dunlevy from Washington DC wrote on September 7, 2022 at 10:09 pm
Just discovered this Web Site, and congrats to Dale and the Team for rebooting it the best they Could.
I was in C Company , 1/327th from June 66 to June 67, then went on to the 82nd at Ft Bragg. I was in Second Platoon, humped ammo for Kobs and Eastler on the M-60’s, then an M-79, then 6 weeks on Point,. I then became the RTO for Lt Hill of 2nd Platoon, CAPT Northquest the CO and then joined the Recon Squad (Cobras) carrying the Radio for Sgt Phillips before he went to SOG, I became the Squad Leader in April 67 and DEROSed last Day of May 67. May was a terrible month for C Company as we lost 20 guys KIA including my best Friend.
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Dave Johnson Dave Johnson from Alameda. CA wrote on September 6, 2022 at 4:34 pm
I'm here; e-mailed you this A.M. Jack.
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Jack Kellogg Jack Kellogg from Carmel Indiana wrote on September 5, 2022 at 2:57 pm
Looking for Dave Johnson who served in B-1/327 from 68-70 both in supply and as 11B in the field. He is the Dave Johnson who posted the pictures on the B-1/327 website. The email listed for him no longer works. I was there in 68-69 time period. I was an NCO in Bravo know by the nickname C.J. Thank you for any help anyone can provide.
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David L. McLaughlin David L. McLaughlin from 83043 BadAibling Germany (Bayern) wrote on August 30, 2022 at 7:17 am
My Condolences to All My Fallen Brothers and their Families. I Served as Point Man for B Co 2/327 ABN Inf, from October 1965-Nov1966 and returned to Vietnam in 1968 with A Co. 82nd ABN. Most Troopers I’ve met were their at a later time period. Proud of All You No Slackers.
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K. K. from Austin, TX wrote on August 27, 2022 at 8:00 am
To: R.P.H, A Co 1-327 Inf

Thank you for your service in Vietnam and I am very appreciative for your 30-month tour of duty there. You are not forgotten!

28 August - HAPPY BIRTHDAY
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Harry Jack Fletcher Harry Jack Fletcher from Flower Mound wrote on August 27, 2022 at 1:48 am
Would you please enter Michael Hartness as a member of B Company 1/327 Infantry 1st Brigade 101st ABN. For the love of God he at least deserves this. He came to B Company about the end of April or first part of May 1966 and came home in 1967. He was my assistant gunner on the M-60 machine gun. He was brave as all hell. His name was lost on the old site. He died of a brain tumor not long ago and his family didn't even arrange for a military funeral for him or any military honors which he deserved. I can personally attest to his bravery in action. The war deeply affected him as it did most of us who there during period. Please add his name to the members of B Company. I want him remembered, NOT FORGOTTEN! I have submitted his name before as well as others. Demboski who is listed was a member of A Company, not B Company and was killed at My Ohu March 4th, 1966.
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