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my brother delbert was a member of this unit in vietnam.he passed away with lung cancer in sept 2002 we sure miss alot. i spent july 1970 to july1971 i tried to follow in his footprints but got to a first sergeant and had to retire. if there is any way i could get any information about his tour i would really appr it you could reach me at my e-mail thank you :!beer: :!beer:

Admin reply: you are more than welcome to attend our reunion in St Louis. There you may meet several guys who served with him. What unit was he with (A Trp and etc)


Added: February 20, 2011
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Come on, visitors....step up to plate on this.....

PLEASE READ AND HELP THE FAMILY OF ONE OF OUR KIA’S....Since 2009 Judy Dietz, the daughter of PSgt Glenn Nicholson (H Co...KIA 5/5/68) has been working to get the state of Kansas to provide ‘Gold Star Family’ license plates for the families of those killed in action from WWI to the present. The ‘Gold Star Family’ plates differ from ‘Gold Star Mother’ plates in that ‘Gold Star Mother’ plates are issued only to women who lost sons. At this time, the Kansas legislators are just dragging their feet. Her’s what I’m asking:

Go to website: www.change.org
In the upper right hand corner is a link to search for petions.
Enter the words Gold Star and do a search
When the petition comes up, you’ll see a picture of PSgt Glenn Nicholson.
Please sign the petition.

The entire process takes only a few minutes, but Judy will really appreciate your support.


Added: February 17, 2011
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My name is Robert Pennington and I served in G-Troop 11th Cav commander of a medic track in 68-69. I am looking for people I served with during that time. You can e-mail me at melinapennington@yahoo.com which is my daughter email or call me would be better at 502-408-4259 thank you

Admin reply: Hi
My name is Barb Moreno. My husband Roberto (Bob) Moreno was also in G Troop in 68/69.
You may contact him at gtroopbob@gmail.com


Added: February 15, 2011
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I was at the 1986 reunion,

Added: February 13, 2011
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Does anyone know how to get in touch with the quartermaster?? Thanks,FRED

Added: February 12, 2011
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PLEASE READ AND HELP THE FAMILY OF ONE OF OUR KIA’S....Since 2009 Judy Dietz, the daughter of PSgt Glenn Nicholson (H Co...KIA 5/5/68) has been working to get the state of Kansas to provide ‘Gold Star Family’ license plates for the families of those killed in action from WWI to the present. The ‘Gold Star Family’ plates differ from ‘Gold Star Mother’ plates in that ‘Gold Star Mother’ plates are issued only to women who lost sons. At this time, the Kansas legislators are just dragging their feet. Her’s what I’m asking:

Go to website: www.change.org
In the upper right hand corner is a link to search for petions.
Enter the words Gold Star and do a search
When the petition comes up, you’ll see a picture of PSgt Glenn Nicholson.
Please sign the petition.

The entire process takes only a few minutes, but Judy will really appreciate your support.


Added: February 10, 2011
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Ed I found a Wesley Burk who lives
E English Point Rd
Hayden Lake,ID 83835-2671
Good Luck!
Romeo Martin
A Troop 1970 :)


Added: February 8, 2011
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I served in K Troop 3/11th ACR as a Scout in 1981 - 1982 in 1st platoon. I would love to locate friends from that time. My platoon sgt was Busby, others I remember were Sgt Fogle, SSgt Urich, SSgt Hill from Dallas, Sgt Williams. 1SGT Brewer E-7 a stern but fair man. I was the TC on I think it was K-12. Daryl Lynch was a good friend, and my last two roomates were Thomas Jackson and Grimm. Love my time there. Thank God I served stateside first, if it had been the other way around, I would not have survived. The play army at Ft Polk would have undone me after serving in the REal Army, The CAV. CAV for LIFE.

Added: February 8, 2011
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I served with the ARPs 70-71 and flew with SSgt Wesley Burk many times. I would like to get in touch with him.

Added: February 7, 2011
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I'm posting here to thank all our vets who gave so much over in Vietnam. My father was Andrew A LeBlanc, who served with the 11th Armored Calvary from November '69 (diesel mechanic) to March of '72. He was briefly in E-troop as a mechanic, then moved to driver for the 113th. He was promoted to Sergeant E-5 then moved to Bad Kissenging Germany for six months. He returned to the 11th ACAV and did several missions on or near the Tayninh Province as a track commander.

If you served with my father or know of him, any info on his time there will be greatly appreciated. He lived a good life and enjoyed his grandchildren very much. He passed away in March 2009 of brain cancer.


Added: February 5, 2011
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