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Got you Dennis, also one of the finest officer in the 11th Cav was wounded, Lt Hillhouse.

Added: May 9, 2018
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50 years ago today H company lost 3 of the finest. So we don't forget Doc Taylor you will not forget

Added: May 5, 2018
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Jason Ayscue There is a Ft Courage, Fort Courage 1st RAR YS431683 Xa Binh Ba - 6430-3, from here, http://www.174ahc.org/images/Vietnam-FSBs-LZs.pdf .

Added: May 4, 2018
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Frank Montalbano, there are pictures, go to the Members Area, Troopers Photos and let me tell you there are bunches to sort through. Christopher Harlow took nice ones, mine, not so good. The 919th Was on the Banana Hill side with 1st Squadron. Here are those.http://www.11thcavnam.com/units/919th/919th_photo_page.htm

Added: May 2, 2018
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does anyone know who the 1st Sgt that was riding with the Medic track 1st _Platoon A Troop the year was 1969 to 1970 and what was the name of the Medic also. :)

Added: April 24, 2018
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In remembrance of two brothers kia on this date ‘Doc’ Spencer & Teeter

Added: April 24, 2018
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I have information for Mike Finnegan of Cleveland regarding the death of his cousin Thomas m. Fitzpatrick I was there and I also have a picture of him .You can reach me through the 11th ACVVC.

Added: April 22, 2018
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My brother,John Patrick Shannon, SP4 - K Trp 3/11 ACR killed 9/14/69. Does anyone remember him? Did you know him? Would love to connect with you.
Thank you,
Bridget Shannon-Cooper


Added: April 19, 2018
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Looking for Michael Otoman. Served with him in 1970 in 3rd Plt, G Troop, 2nd Squadron. Anyone that knows how to contact him please contact me.

Added: April 13, 2018
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Regarding: Tom Fitzpatrick B Troop 1/11
KIA April 18th 69
I'm Tommy's cousin. I was trying to find out what went down the day he was KIA in April of 1969. I got a rough idea of what may of happened at one of your reunions I attended in Orlando several years ago. The story was fuzzy so I thought I'd reach out here and see if I could get any more info. I know he was a gunner/spotter on an APC and died of multiple fragmentation wounds from perhaps an RPG or recoilless rifle. Not positive. Any help would be appreciated.
Mike Finnegan Combat Engineer, VN service 3-69 to 2-70. Central Highlands. Welcome Home.


Added: April 4, 2018
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