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Hello,

I am currently looking for any information regarding Cpt William Marshall Clark of the the 11th ACR. Any information would be very helpful, particularly pertaining to his time in South Vietnam in February of 1972.

Thank You!


Added: February 12, 2020
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Would like to find some of my calvary buds who served in 11th ACVVC, during November 1969 thru November 1970. Please email me back, if you recognize the name Michael Mears. Hope I hear from someone soon.

Added: February 7, 2020
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I'm looking for anybody who knew my brother, James "Jim" Ford Rustand (Collins). Jim flew Huey's in Vietnam with the 11th ACR "Blackhorse" between 10/1/69 thru 11/31/70. He made it home & was killed 13 July 1980 when the blade flew off his Helicopter while fighting Petroleum Fires. An Ancestry DNA match revealed Jim had a son, Scott, he never knew about. Not knowing who his dad was has hurt Scott & he's very guarded. I'd like to find those who served with Jim & meet at Blackhorse Reunion so Scott can get to know his dad thru the men who served our country with Jim. I live in Oregon & I'm able to travel and take Scott to a reunion near Georgia where he lives.

Added: December 4, 2019
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Hello,, Hoping someone has some photos of my brother Robert A Holt, He was in Nam 69/70 , Dont have any pics of him in uniform. Hopefully someone does.
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Added: November 10, 2019
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Looking for any B Troop 2nd platoon 11th Cav personnel who where involved in and remember a firefight on the 8 November 1968 in the rubber around An Loc. During that engagement CPT John Husley Hays was KIA and LT. Robert O. Harris became the acting CO. LT. Harris set up shop on a tank from the 3rd platoon of B company 2/34th Armor as they engaged the NVA. The tank commander of that tank was wounded as was the driver after being hit by a number of RPGs during the firefight. He was recommended for a Silver Star for his valor, but never received it. Would like anyone, who was there and remembers anything to contact me. Thank you, Nick Pavlakovich SSG B Company 2/34th Armor

Added: October 19, 2019
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I am looking for anyone who was ambushed on 19 April 1968. I was with the 1st infantry division C 1/18 we were working on a combined operation outside of song be rvn. I can be contacted at sarge5198@yahoo.com or 817 716 8774

Added: July 29, 2019
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I'm trying to locate anyone that was with L Troop 3/11 Vietnam July 68 - July 69 that was hit with RPG M113 burned completely to ground, around Oct. Dec. 1968 Or even if you were there and maybe have a picture of the incident. I'm helping Harry Hydreos get his Purple Heart. San Bernardino, Ca. gfarris2@msn.com Thank you

Added: July 26, 2019
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Glenn Marco Clark, 74, of Little Flock passed away Friday, July 19, 2019. Glenn proudly served as a combat medic in Vietnam in the US Army, receiving the bronze and silver star for his heroism, completed his college studies and began his career with the Federal Bureau of Prisons from which he first retired. As a man who always served others, he and loving wife of nearly 52 years, Dianne, worked 4 years in China teaching English. Upon returning to the country, they relocated to NWA from Florida and he worked at Youth Bridge before permanent retirement. Glenn was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, VFW Post 3031 and American Legion Post 100. His Funeral Service will begin at 3:00pm, Thursday, July 25, 2019 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2805 N Dixieland Rd in Rogers. Interment with full military honors will be at 1:00 (Eastern) Saturday, July 27 in Flat Creek Cemetery near Greensboro, Florida. Arrangements are under the care of Rollins Funeral Home in Rogers.

Added: July 23, 2019
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Thinking about my Uncle William Billy Scherle !! E Troop - 2nd squad.

Added: July 20, 2019
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I am looking for anyone who knew my dad. He was sst Roy eldon Cooper. H H troop 11th acr. He was killed 30 july 1968. Would like to hear from his friends or anyone that may have known him. Thanks and god bless you all.

Added: July 3, 2019
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