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Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:48:59am)

After rotating back to the states in December 66 from Vietnam I was assigned to 5thReconBn @ Camp Horno in March 67 October 67 & transfer'd to Kaneoe Recon went to Scout/Sniper school and Markmanship Inst. School. Left with 1/27 on the USS Bexar to Danang after Tet broke out. Tranfer'd to HqCo27thMarRegt Scout/Sniper Plt. Joined 1/27 north of Hue city in Mar 68 and was on Operation "No Name" on April 13 68. Saw SSgt Fred Hayes KIA from 5th ReconBn back @ Horno along with about 30+ other brave Marines. In May 68 sent to hook up with I 3/27 @ GaNoi island and to begin Operation Allenbrook. After about a week or so of some incredible fire fights on the island I think back and reflect how bad India 3/27 overcame those terrible days (Very Hot)and the air strikes. Some how survive that one after a week or so. On July 21 I was attached on a patrol w/K 3/27 near some railroad tracks and was wounded by a land mine and walk away from that one. I refused to be Medivac'd. Rotated back to Margarita Sept 68 w/HqCo27thMarand worked at WeaponsTraining Bn as a marksmanship instr. Did not reelist due to after 2 tours in RVN I might be sent back over there. Left in June 69 Semper Fi

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:48:08am)

Happy Veterans Day, Stephen, we love and miss you. Thank you for serving our Country you will forever be in our Hearts.

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:47:45am)

Ashburn, Virginia

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:47:28am)

I was in the 1st Marine 27th Batt. I served as a machine Gunner from 1968-69

Joseph Crouch
Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:46:37am)

Just got to delta co 1/27adout 2 weeks Danny Grimshaw kinda showed me aroun .hit me bad when i heard he was kia 08/23/68.I was transfered o b co 5th recon after we landed they needed divers & corpsmen.Still needed more corpsmen whenI left went back to Hawaii.Finished out as senior corpsmanBravo coNov 69.

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:46:16am)

H&S Co 1/27 106 RR squad when on patrol April 68 5 men 2 wounded some where around Hue across river Sgt. and Cpl. hit one in back, other in arm so scarce could not tell were fire came from believe Cpl. from Chicago

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:45:49am)

Steve Austin was from my home town, as was Larry Walker. Both killed in Viet Nam. This site and memorial are exceptional. Thank you. Our friends are not to be forgotten. And prayers for the surviving family members continue.

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:45:24am)

Thank you for this site. It is respectful and befitting.

Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:44:42am)

Glad to find this site -- would like to hear from anyone in the Old Bunch - James Pope, I've still got that picture of you while we waited for the Med-evac. Contact me and I'll mail it to you. For those who don't remember me I was machine gun squad leader, 2nd platoon. Life is good here in the mountains of Colorado.

Gary Schneider
Posted on February 27th, 2012 (06:43:37am)

: I served with H&S co 1stBn 9th Marines at Kaneohe Bay and Vietnam 1967-1968.

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