11th Cav Visitors Guestbook





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Pre-sale orders are now being taken by the author of VIETNAM WAR HELICOPTER ART, VOL 2 (Stackpole Books). The book is set for release on February 1st, 2014. Signed copies are available by check or PayPal for $24 which includes free shipping. PayPal however requires $1.00 additional fee.
Also available for sale are U.S. ARMY HELICOPTER NAMES IN VIETNAM ($28.00) and VIETNAM WAR HELICOPTER ART, VOL 1 ($25.00). Orders by check are to be made payable to: John Brennan @ 17355 Via Annette, San Lorenzo, CA 94580. Thank you, John Brennan, former SP5, 114th AHC, 1970-71, Vinh Long AAF, Mekong Delta


Added: August 7, 2013
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This is for Errol can't find your med records try looking at the va this happened to a friend of mine he looked to the dod for years and it was in the va regional office close to us hope this helps

Added: August 6, 2013
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ARMOUR MUSEUM TOUR:

If you have not signed up for the Ropkey Armor Museum tour at the upcoming Reunion in Indy...we have less than 40 seats left on the second bus, so send in your $15 today. This pays for transportation, admission, and a light lunch...checks payable to : Len McFarling
3553 East 100 South
Lebanon, IN 46052


Added: July 29, 2013
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Stopped by to take a look around. H Co, 11th ACR, 3rd Platoon Tank #35, 67/68

Added: July 26, 2013
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Iím the niece of MSGT Robert Louis Bolan who served in Vietnam (his last tour 69-70) and KIA 24 July 1970. He was in the HHT 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. I am looking for any information about my uncle and/or pictures.

I look forwarded to hearing from you.

Carol


Added: July 26, 2013
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looking for the guys i dusted off from a u shaped buncker complex ambush east of trang bang north of the hiway back in 71 all the tracks were knocked out and the fighting was hellish many causulties they called in air and arty on there own position. we had a terrible time getting everyone out, it took almost 2 days. one sargeant who was the ranking man left refused evacuation,although critically wounded until all others were gone. he stayed on the radio calmly directing arty and air strikes on his own position and guiding our dustoff aircraft in to get his people out. to this day i dont know his name but he clearly deserves a cmh! if you can help i would surely appreciate it. sincerely david johnson dustoff 150

Added: July 25, 2013
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I want to thank all the vets for all they have done and continue to do. Most of all Thank You So Much DADDY. I love An Miss You Very Much (Ronald Lee Lewis) Your BabyGirl Trena Dawn :!cry:

Added: July 7, 2013
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Please everyone who got to the Cav Jul67 or so and was assigned to the HHT 3/11 check and see if I am on your orders or any which you may have. For some reason my records from 61 to 73 are missing and VA demands a "white paper "copy of assignment orders. I got there around 12 July 67 and then was assigned to K Troop about Nov67 Made the mad dash to widows Village Tet 68 and then later was infused to the 9th Inf Div. In Dong Tam. Even my medical records are missing. Believe me after 20 years of looking and archivists NPRC what a joke I am exhausted. I won't last much longer and want to get this cleared up. Looks like I disappeared for a year. After over 26 years service that is a real slap in the face. Allons Brothers. PS. Forgot Cpt then and retired Major General now Bill Boice sent me a buddy clairification type note and the VA won't accept it. Says they won't accept one from Westmoreland himself. Thanks and happy 4th Errol R Brumm 1SGT USA Ret. novaisme77@aol.com

Added: July 5, 2013
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Just to let the staff know my NEW ADDRESS

7111 142nd Ave. N.
Lot # 11
Largo, Fl. 33771-4647


Added: July 1, 2013
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It is with deepest regrets and sarrow that we lost another Vietnam Veteran. Thomas Prater was a LRRP and passed away this evening in Oregon State after a long battle with Lou Gerighs Disease, brought on by his service in Vietnam. He is survived by a lovely wife Rebecca and four grown daughters, two grown sons, four grandsons and one granddaughter. Spec 4 Thomas Prater, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Aero Rifle Platoon

Added: June 25, 2013
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