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My uncle Monty Montelongo was at 1998 reunion.

Added: November 11, 2014
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Thank you all for your service to our country.

Added: November 11, 2014
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capt.john hays kia on this day,fourey six years ago,today.doc locke

Added: November 8, 2014
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Hi All,, This Wednesday 10/29/2014 In Plaon Tx. at Poor Richard's Cafe . There is a Big Memoral starting at 9:30 am .Everyone in the Dallas / Ft. Worth area please come on out if you can. Be looking foward to seeing you there.

Added: October 26, 2014
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Today I am in Saigon and will visit the War Remnants Museum. My brother Joseph Richard Willey served in Vietnam with the 11th Cav
Thank you all for your service
Best regards


Added: October 16, 2014
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My dad was SFC Hobert M. Parker. He served in Vietnam from April 1968 to October 1968. After he passed away in 1995 I was in contact with Ron Brundage who sent me a copy of the Thunder Run. Ron was going to pursue along with Ollie Pickral and Eric Newton the idea of creating some type of memoir for my dad's gravestone and possibly send me the 11th ACR challenge coin.

I recently found some papers from my dad's military service. One in particular is several pages of over 100 names from the 11th Armored Calvary Regiment during the "MAU THAN" Tet Offensive at Bien Hoa from 31 Jan to 14 Feb 63. Each name has a brief description of their actions. It has an original signature of R.L. Boles, 1LT, AGC. with reference to the bronze star medal.

If anyone knows more information about this or remembers my dad I would love to hear from you.

Sincerely,
Lori L. Parker
lori.l.parker@lmco.com


Added: October 12, 2014
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Just wanted to let everyone know that Salem Jamell had a severe stroke just a few days after the reunion. As far as we know he is being transferred from the Va. hospital in Iowa to a Rehabilitation center in Chicago. He will be there a while. He is able to talk so phone calls would be appreciated. I will keep you posted as info comes to us. Say a prayer.
Sarah Belcher


Added: October 7, 2014
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REMINDER!

The 24th Annual Northern California Blackhorse Potluck/BBQ
Saturday, October 4, 2014 1100 - ???
Slidehill Park, 2850 Temple Drive, Davis, CA. 95618

Everyone is welcome to join us for a casual picnic in the park. Bring something to BBQ, something to share (salad, dessert, or munchies) and your beverage of choice.

Directions:

I-80 to Davis. Take the Mace Blvd exit. Go North, around bend (Mace becomes Covell Blvd) Turn Left on Monarch Ln. Take 1st right onto Temple. Park is one block ahead on left.

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I-5 to Woodland, exit at Road 102 to Davis. Proceed South to Davis, approx. 8 miles. Turn left at the 1st major intersection - Covell Blvd. Go about 1 mile to Monarch Blvd, turn right, go 1 block. Turn right on Temple. Park is 1 block ahead on left.

RSVP: Ron Krueger: 530-758-0351/cell 530-304-4249

ronkrue@hotmail.com


Added: September 28, 2014
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I'm just trying to find out more about my father Hollis Moore. He was a captain in vietnam. Would love to learn more

Added: September 22, 2014
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Hello 11th Cav,

I'm looking for information Colonel James Steele Vietnam War service. http://premierespeakers.com/jim_steele/bio.

According to available bios, General Patton Jr., described the man, 'as the best small unit combat leader he had witnessed during two wars.'

I'd like to find out:

1. What operations was involved in, in Vietnam?

2. What did Patton Jr. see in the man to give him such a compliment?

3. What was his rank during the Vietnam War?

4. Did he ride on top of a tank or M113?

5. How old was he during his tour?

Any leads on these questions would be much appreciated.

Best,


Added: September 14, 2014
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