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708) Manuel Moreno 
Location:
Bien Hoa AB. Det 5.8th APS Location
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Tuesday, 18 August 2015 16:27 Write a comment

Great music. It brings a lot of memories form Nam and Here at Home to my Wife of 46yrs.Before Nam. Was in Nam 1970-71
707) Frank Canada 
Location:
Indiana Location
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Tuesday, 18 August 2015 14:48 Write a comment

Vietnam Vet sept69-70 great music you provide here i was 8th Trans out of Cha Rang Valley
706) phillip ctyson 
Location:
hickory flat ga Location
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Tuesday, 18 August 2015 14:11 Write a comment

Vietnam vet 68 69 II corp,III corp,IV corp
11th armored cav blackhorse macv team 50 mekong delta.
Listened to AFVN many hours while on perimeter guard.
Thanks for the music.
705) richard e berry 
Location:
chillicothe,mo Location
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Tuesday, 18 August 2015 12:37 Write a comment

I love your station!!! it took you to put me through. Thank you so much!!
704) Marty B 
Location:
MI. Location
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Tuesday, 18 August 2015 10:05 Write a comment

Great listening while I'm on my computer. I wish I could get in in my car on an FM station.

Bennie Tuesday, 18 August 2015 13:29
Hi Marty,
Thanks for the comments. If you have a phone with internet access there are several ways you can listen on your car radio. 1. Connect an audio cable from your phone's headphone jack to the aux input on the radio. 2. If your phone and car radio are Bluetooth enabled you simply stream from your phone to the radio. 3. You can purchase an inexpensive FM transmitter and use it to transmit your phone audio to your FM radio in your car. Thanks for listening!
703) Steve Davis 
Location:
Seattle Location
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Monday, 17 August 2015 20:55 Write a comment

Just found your site. Brings back memories. Great to hear the old songs and programming. US Army, 335th RRC, CanTho 1971. Keep up the good work and thanks.

Brian A. Dexter Saturday, 17 October 2015 22:25
Steve, just wondering if you are aware of 335th R R C reunions we have each year. I'm also a 335th vet. Was at Bear cat and Dong Tam in 67-68. would like to get in touch with you. (See V V R guestbook entry #665)

Brian A. Dexter Tuesday, 20 October 2015 19:38
Hi Steve,
I was in the 335th RRC also in 67-68 at Bear cat and Dong Tam. Wondering if you are aware that we have been having reunions since 1999. Don't remember seeing your name on any of the previous rosters. Let me know if you are interested and I will get the info to you,

Brian A. Dexter Monday, 2 November 2015 19:26
Hi Steve,
I was also in the 335th RRC in 67-68 at Bear Cat and Dong Tam. We have been having reunions since 1999. If you are interested please contact me.
702) dee butler 
Location:
palm coast, fl Location
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Monday, 17 August 2015 20:52 Write a comment

Thanks for all your love and dedication to the great men and women who fought this thankless war.
701) Ted (Packrat) Paquet 
Location:
Fort Myers, FL Location
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Monday, 17 August 2015 15:54 Write a comment

1970-1971 NavAirFac CRB
700) Dave Polmon 
Location:
Southbury, CT Location
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Monday, 17 August 2015 15:09 Write a comment

Hi, Bennie;
Looks like we were in Long Binh at the same time. I was there MAR70 - MAR71. Crypto. I entered the Army when I flunked out of Villanova for spending too much time at the console of the college radio station, playing much of this same music!

Bennie Monday, 17 August 2015 16:46
A man after my own heart (er, music!)! Welcome Home.
699) Laurie Jones ( SPIKE ) 
Location:
Australia Location
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Monday, 17 August 2015 02:11 Write a comment

This song '' Unsung Heros touched my heart, so close to Vietnam Veterans Day 18th August. Will be thinking of my buddies
698) Hans-Joachim Sahariv 
Location:
Canberra Australia Location
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 21:18 Write a comment

Bennie, Thank you for the memories. I was a part time DJ (not that good) on Australian Forces Radio Vietnam 1971/72 to keep me outta trouble! Served with Royal Australian Engineers, Army LSM AV1355 Vernon Sturdee 1967 (5mths, 17 Construction Sqn and 55 AESS/EWPS mid 71 to late Feb 72.Lotta water under the bridge since then. Thanks again for your veterans support work.
697) George 
Location:
North Chesterfield, VA Location
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 19:48 Write a comment

Great music from my youth....Thank you !! Bien Hoa 67-68 with the HHC 303rd RRBN (USASA) Bn. Communications specialist.
696) MARTY HEALY 
Location:
CLEVELAND OHIO Location
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 18:15 Write a comment

572ND ENG.CO LE 1967 1968.THANK YOU.
695) Stephen Wilson 
Location:
Chico, CA Location
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 14:32 Write a comment

Lot's of old memories, thanks.
S
694) Robert Waz 
Location:
Higganum CT Location
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 12:05 Write a comment

(694) 11B

C 1/7
First Air Cav Div

RVN 1971
693) Linda Watkinson 
Location:
Sheffield, England. Location
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Sunday, 16 August 2015 09:49 Write a comment

(693) Hi! I used to write to U.S. Servicemen in Vietnam in 1969 through to the end of the war. I got to meet quite a few of them and often wonder what happened to them since. If anyone on your website and radio remembers me I would love an update and make contact again.

Lin
692) Paul Koenig 
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Saturday, 15 August 2015 19:12 Write a comment

589th Engineers HHC 68-70 II Corps
691) John W Tobin 
Location:
Newcastle, Wa. Location
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Saturday, 15 August 2015 16:22 Write a comment

Welcome Home.
167th Signal Co. Radio Relay. Pleiku.
Spent 2 months TDY on Dragon Mt. next door to AFVN for the Central Highlands. The other 13 months at Engineer Hill.
690) John O Donald 
Location:
Tennessee Location
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Saturday, 15 August 2015 15:16 Write a comment

Let me start by saying you are doing a great service for the community with a walk back in time that generates so many memories with the music of that era.
I did not serve in Vietnam but was an ARMY brat, my father retired in August of 1969 after a tour in Vietnam as a CSM with the First Air Cav. Even though he didn't die in Vietnam, his Vietnam Service took his life in 1976 after a year of Chemo for his diagnosis of Lung cancer a fight much like that of Vietnam that We could not win, ultimately He lost his fight as well. Yes he was a smoker so that no doubt played a role in his death but with the Air Cav and being a CSM his exposure to AGENT ORANGE I think was also a big contributor. He died at the age of 49 years.I had joined the Navy in 73, and at 20 years old myself in 76 it was really tough for me to attend my first military funeral that was my father. Anyways I continued my Naval Service and retired in January 1996 as a Chief Machinists Mate. My Dad was CSM James Donald Jr. USA(ret) in his memory and so many other VV that lost their personal fight.

Jim Rafferty Friday, 21 August 2015 21:32
Hi John -
First of all, thank you for your service and I salute your Dad's. So sorry he was another victim of that conflict, that is still taking it's toll on many of us today. I served in northern Thailand (Udorn RTAFB) in 1970-71. Due to our northern "forward" location, we planned a significant role of interdiction of the trail, as well as sorties over Hanoi, etc. Anyway, many of my brothers are sick now due to Orange and other defoliants the govermnet admitted they sprayed around all our perimeter fences. But the government is denying boots on the ground for Thailand vets and are playing the "deny,deny, until they all die" game with us. Anyway, remember and honor your Dad's service, as I do my fathers (from WWII). Take care.
689) Dave Edson 
Location:
Cocoa, FL Location
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Saturday, 15 August 2015 07:24 Write a comment

42nd Order Det (EOD); Bien Hoa
On-site in Lai Khe. Supporting the
Big Red 1, 101st Airborne, and 25th
Infantry Division.

Al Cialella Saturday, 24 October 2015 09:06
I remember I was in a Bar in Bien Hoa city 1965 the day the Big Red One arrived. They cam down the main street like the old war movies. I stood outside the bar and saluted them as they passed. They protected our base and when they arrived their Commander sent out a NOTICE to all. If you are outside our perimiter after dusk you will be fire opon with no mercy. Thanks Big Red One.
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