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Where served: Nha Trang, Phan Rang, Fort Bragg When served: 1965/66 . Message is: Have been looking for many years. Let me know how you have been. John Please contact: John J. Gillick Mailing address: 1020 S.E. 5th St. City, State, Zip: Faribault, MN 55021 Or send email to …

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Cordell Barracks BOQ, 5th Special Forces Group Compound, Nha Trang Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot Couch Compound, Camp Gordon J. Lippman, Lai Khe Covella Building, Okinawa Camp Covington, Guam Cramer Drop Zone, Okinawa FSB Crawford, Hill 502, Quang Nam Province Camp Crescenz, Da Nang Crocker Compound, Phu Cuong, Thu Dau Mot, Binh Duong Province

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In September 1966, Company B (-) departed Ban Me Thout for Phu Tuc to begin construction of a C-130 airfield complex while one platoon deployed to Nhon Co to rehabilitate an existing C-130 airfield. From 3-10 September, the battalion supported two companies of the 101st Airborne Division on search and destroy operations in the vicinity of Ninh Hoa

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Company C moved to the vicinity of Nha Trang to do construction work on the ROK Army Logistical Complex and Company B deployed to the vicinity of Ban Me Thout to begin construction of a Brigade size bivouac area for the 4th Division. While at Nha Trang and Ninh Hoa the battalion and its attached units completed the following projects: 1

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Pleiku, Ban Me Thout, Kontum Republic of South Vietnam March, 1968 through March 1969 • Nick Roseland, Pierre, South Dakota I joined the Army because it would pay for two years of college and then I would serve three years of active duty. For a farm girl with three sisters it was a great way to get a college education. I have never regretted it

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Within two weeks the U.S. Air Force flew in men and equipment and set up high-frequency radio-teletype circuits between Tan Son Nhut and Da Nang, Bien Hoa, Pleiku, and Nha Trang. Ironically, the first use of the air control system occurred when two of Diem's own pilots bombed his …

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