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101) Gary Cate 
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Ohio Location
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:49 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 5:42 pm

Love the Station Glad it is Up and Running, I have shared the Link Several Times, on the Vietnam Vet Group sites I am On.
P S : I’m From Ohio.

Mike Dunlap Thursday, 9 July 2015 15:03
Submitted on 2015/06/18 at 3:24 am

thanks Gary!!
100) Nello D’Amato 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:48 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 4:53 pm

Memories!!! Served in the Nam 69-71 with the US Navy..Mobile Riverine Force. Thx!!!
99) Andy Phillips 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:47 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 3:35 pm

While I have not had the patience to read all comments, did you know that the Aussies had a limited broadcast, volunteer-staffed radio station, AFR 1040, that was located in Vungers on the US Air base but available only to local Americans and to Aussies and Kiwis (New Zealanders) in Vung Tau and/or Nui Dat and/or Saigon. I was an announcer in my spare (?) time. Local American troops would call in when I was on the air. I am now an ex-pat Aussie living in Danville, Illinois.

Bernard Clancy Thursday, 9 July 2015 14:56
Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 9:29 pm

Wow, wonderful stuff! Prior to the Aussie radio station begin established in Vung Tau, myself and Sgt John Hounslow worked daily at AFVN Saigon with a five minute “News from Australia” segment, circa 1968-69. Loved it! I wonder if you guys have any record of any of those broadcasts? I’m pretty sure it was around 10 am, five days a week. We got to meet a great number of terrific Americans at the station. Sadly, I’ve lost contact with them over the years and John Hounslow died five years ago. I’d love to get something for his son though.

grant crawford Thursday, 9 July 2015 15:38
Submitted on 2015/06/20 at 8:46 pm

Andy. What are you doing i9n Illinois. I knew your father when he lived in Clare

Donald Jewell Thursday, 9 July 2015 21:33
Submitted on 2015/07/04 at 10:12 am

G,DAY ANDY,Good to see your comments about the aus.radio station.It was always great to listen to along with the AFVN Network.I was in your hut at 2AOD IN 71/72, I was at BODSY,S Farewell and it was great to catch up up with all the old 2aod mates. I HOPE you and yours are fit and well, all the best,DONALD JEWELL. UP THE OLD RED ROOSTER!!!!

Bernard Clancy Thursday, 9 July 2015 21:42
Submitted on 2015/07/05 at 3:23 am

Yep Andy, I did hear about that radio only recently. Must have been post- April 69?
98) NIKO 
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Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 5:21 am

Sensational stuff. Love it.
Well done on getting this site up and running.
It is getting circulated to a lot of Aussie Vets.

Ian (NIKO) Nichols.
110 Signal Squadron
Australian Regular Army
Saigon and Vung Tau 1970-71
97) RW McKee 
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Submitted on 2015/06/16 at 3:33 pm

Love it! We were on the USS FOX off the coast of N.Vietnam (68-72) where I got to listen to Stan Maroon on the ship’s radio station, KRAM. Great memories hearing you again along with the music of the time.

Stan Thursday, 9 July 2015 14:52
Submitted on 2015/06/16 at 4:20 pm

Thanks mucho, RW, couldn’t have done it if you hadn’t created KRAM!
96) Sam Prince. 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:44 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/16 at 4:17 am | In reply to Sam Prince. 1967-1968 101st Airborne 2/501st Imf.

162d AHC Copperhead Platoon.

john brennan, 114 AHC, 70-71 Saturday, 20 February 2016 19:49
Sam, did any of your unit's ships display personalized names painted on them like IRON BUTTERFLY, CHEAP THRILLS that you recall from your tour?
95) Lionel l muller jr 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:41 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/14 at 6:28 pm

Bennie mahalo for the music. Will tell all the Hawaiian vets about this site 4th/23rd tomahawks. Tay Ninh 1968-1969 25th infantry division. Mahalo. Kani

Sam Prince. 1967-1968 101st Airborne 2/501st Imf Wednesday, 8 July 2015 19:55
Submitted on 2015/06/16 at 4:13 am

I had two tours in Vietnam: 501st Inf Bn and 162nd AHC as Gunner on C, Model
Gun ship. Love those Free Zone’s in the Delta.

Bennie Wednesday, 8 July 2015 20:00
Submitted on 2015/06/15 at 6:54 am

Thanks. With Hawaii we now have confirmed listeners in all 50 United States as well as the continents of Asia, Africa, Australia, North and South America. Only continent missing is Antarctica.

SFC (Ret) Charlie J. Bury, Jr. Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:01
Submitted on 2015/06/16 at 1:20 am | In reply to Bennie.

Awesome site! I was to young for NAM but I listened to the news every night and told my dad when I was old enough I would do my part. Joined US Army at 17 and stayed 21 years all Infantry. Thanks to all the Vietnam Vets you guys and gals will always be my heroes! Welcome Home!

Lionel l muller jr Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:01
ubmitted on 2015/06/16 at 12:52 am | In reply to Bennie.

Really miss Tammy Wynette. Stand by your man. 6:00pm every nite. Tried to hear it when I could. Those were the days. Hoping to have a girl back home waiting for you. Kani

Ferdinand (aka Shorty) Fahey Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:05
Submitted on 2015/06/21 at 8:59 pm | In reply to Bennie.

United States in the state of Georgia, was drafted out of my home state New York

Ferdinand (aka Shorty) Fahey Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:06
Submitted on 2015/06/21 at 8:53 pm | In reply to Ferdinand (aka Shorty) Fahey.

first half of 66
with the 14th inventory control center and second half of 66 629th Ordnance
94) Terry Powell 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:40 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/13 at 12:56 am

Mate, great music. I used to listen to it off Vung Tau in ’65 and again in ’69 on the Gunline up and down the coast on board HMAS Brisbane. This sure brings back the memories !!

Bravo Zulu
93) Warren Whittle 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:39 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/12 at 5:28 am

110 Sig Sqn
Royal Australian Army
Phuoc Tuy Province 1969/70
Where is Chicken Man?

Bennie Wednesday, 8 July 2015 19:52
Submitted on 2015/06/12 at 6:38 am

He’s Everywhere! He’s Everywhere!
92) Gary Cross 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:37 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/11 at 8:20 pm

Thank You. Memories of setting on the blast wall of a bunker in Phu Bai. Mabs 36 Mag 36 1st Maw.
91) Bill Farress 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:34 Write a comment

ubmitted on 2015/06/09 at 4:06 pm

A great start for Stan’s afternoon show. Thanks Buddy !

Stan Wednesday, 8 July 2015 19:33
Submitted on 2015/06/09 at 8:06 pm

Thanks Bill, it was a hoot, an honor, and a pleasure doing a show for all of our brothers and sisters! Can’t wait to do it again tomorrow, hope you can listen.

MIKE Thursday, 9 July 2015 19:47
Submitted on 2015/06/11 at 4:24 pm

Great job enjoyed the show and will be listening as much as I can
THANKS BRO

Stan Thursday, 9 July 2015 19:52
Submitted on 2015/06/11 at 8:22 pm | In reply to MIKE.

Thanks Mike, I appreciate you listening, it’s a lot of fun for me!
Won’t be a show tomorrow, but back at it for a full week next week.
Guess the “shake down cruise” went OK, Bennie has given the go ahead for more!
Tune in when you can.

pat Thursday, 9 July 2015 19:59
Submitted on 2015/06/12 at 1:28 pm | In reply to Stan.

I am hooked when will you guys broadcast on radio?
I have forwarded your website to many people. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
90) Peter J. Welling 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:33 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/09 at 9:56 am

Greetings comrades and thanks to our host for putting together this site. As for me, HQ 7th Air Force 68-69. Recently I “got my parade” when my Legion Post here in Indy selected me to ride on their float in the pre-Indy 500 Parade. Gentlemen, the crowds estimated at 300,000 gave us a standing ovation from start to finish. It was like watching all those citizens do the wave. (Legion Post Historic Fort Benjamin Post 510. Posts of pics on Facebook.)

Everett Thompson Thursday, 9 July 2015 19:43
Submitted on 2015/06/09 at 2:09 pm

Just found this from a friend on facebook. Love it and thank you for doing this. Welcome Home!!!

Gunner377
Camp Eagle, A Btry 377th FA AVN 101st ABN
Oct 70-Jan71

We were a small unit that served the 101st Arty and other missions. We had OH6 Loch’s and UH1 slicks.
89) Colleen Clark 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:26 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/07 at 10:37 am | In reply to Colleen Clark.

I also had three brothers in the Navy, youngest brother was on a aircraft carrier and was in Vietnam for 9 month’s. My oldest brother was in two wars. He was in Navy during World War two and was drafted in the army during the Korean war.

Submitted on 2015/06/07 at 10:43 am | In reply to Colleen Clark.

I forgot to mention my fathers name…William Earnest Williams CEM
88) Gary Cross 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:09 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/06 at 10:22 pm

I now now knew I am in an in a brotherhood of special people. My children/grandchildren can not figure out why this music turns me into a quiet man who does not want to join in on their lives.

Colleen Clark Wednesday, 8 July 2015 19:19
Submitted on 2015/06/07 at 10:28 am

My father was a 30 year veteran in the Navy.. He was on the.. U.S.S. Richmond, then transferred to New London,Ct..Groton submarine base. During World War two he got a Commendation from the Rear Admiral of the U.S. Navy , He was on the.. U.S.S. Grenadier in enemy territory. I also had three brothers in the Navy, youngest brother was on a aircraft carrier and was in Vietnam for 9 month’s. My oldest brother was in two wars. He was in Navy during World War two and was drafted in the army during the Korean war. I forgot to mention my fathers name…William Earnest Williams CEM
87) Eddie Bell, Sr 
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Thursday, 2 July 2015 10:08 Write a comment

Submitted on 2015/06/06 at 6:51 pm

I am so glad to hear from so many “Brothers”, it makes me feel good inside. I love it. VN 1968, 1st Sig Bde Saigon.
EB
86) JIM KELLEY 
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Submitted on 2015/06/06 at 12:40 am

ANYONE FROM UNIT 1507 USAF/POSTAL COURIER SERVICE IN DA NANG? I WAS THERE 1970-1971. LOVE THE MUSIC, WELCOME HOME EVERY ONE.

Robin File Wednesday, 8 July 2015 19:22
Submitted on 2015/06/07 at 7:13 am

Good Morning… I am not sure, but I think my husband Tim was there at that time. His name is Timothy John File. Tim died may 5th 2013 from COPD. I wish I would have known of this before. He had often hoped of trying to catch up with some of the men he was with there. He was there in 70- 71. I have a picture of him at that time and one of him just a few years ago. He had a friend that had a monkey does that ring a bell?

Edward Williams Thursday, 9 July 2015 19:49
Submitted on 2015/06/10 at 7:54 pm | In reply to Robin File.

Was he at Camp Frenzel Jones in 1970 & part of 1971. We were just outside the Long Binh Triangle. There was a guy with a couple monkeys .. My Unit was the 79th Combat Engineers Bridge Provisional Co. We had Red Kangaroo Rats painted on the Stars on all of our Equipment. Long shot, but who knows. have a great day Mam. Sorry for your great loss. Essayons.

John Casey Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:03
Submitted on 2015/06/20 at 2:15 am | In reply to Edward Williams.

Hi Edward. Was Camp Frenzel Jones in Xuan Loc? I’m sure that was the base I spent some of my time with as a member of an Aussie liaison team in late 70 supporting elements of the 2/25th Infantry.
There was a PFC Beull (?) who worked in the EM Club at that time under a sergeant.

Chuck Wofford Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:18
Submitted on 2015/06/29 at 10:58 am | In reply to Edward Williams.

Edward,

How early in ’70 were you with the 79th? What platoon? I was with the 100th Float Bridge when it merged with the 500th Panel Bridge to make the 79th Provisional Bridge. This was around November of ’69. I was a bridge boat operator. 3rd platoon. I rotated home in April, ’70.
WELCOME HOME!!!

Chuck
85) Dave 
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Submitted on 2015/06/06 at 12:14 am | In reply to Dave.

just found this becuz of a brother. way to cool. will come back lots! love it! Dave 1st Cav 15th med e vac gunner 69 70.

Frank Amos Thursday, 9 July 2015 20:22
Submitted on 2015/06/07 at 7:17 pm

Great music!! Brings back sooo many memories! Thanks so much, Bennie, for doing this!! HHC Avn Platoon (“Flying Circus”), 1st Bde, 1st Cav, Tay Ninh ’69-’70.

john brennan, 114 AHC, 70-71 Saturday, 20 February 2016 19:51
Dave, did any of your unit's ships display personalized names painted on them like IRON BUTTERFLY, CHEAP THRILLS that you recall from your tour?
84) John aka crowbar 
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Submitted on 2015/06/05 at 8:58 pm

Hey I was one of the lucky soldiers that made it back. 12/65 to 12/66 545th Military Police 1st Cav. Always looking for friends I may have served with in VN or Sandia Base New Mexico or Ft. Gordon basic and AIT
Stay safe

BOB SPEAKMAN Thursday, 9 July 2015 14:54
Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 4:04 pm

I WAS THERE WITH THE 1ST CAV 1965-66 WITH THE 1ST BN (AIRBORNE)8THCAV,GREAT OUTFIT
83) MIKE WALSH 
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Submitted on 2015/06/05 at 8:48 pm

Danny Martin 3/26 Khe Sahn 1968,thank you for what you are doing,great music,brings back many things,thank you again.
82) William Freeman 
Location:
wfreeman555@hotmail.com Location
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Submitted on 2015/06/05 at 3:52 pm

Thanks for a great station. USS Rainier (AE-5) “Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club” 68-70
81) John Kieffer 
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Submitted on 2015/06/04 at 7:35 pm

1/61st Infantry Mechanized, 5th Infantry “Red Devil” Division – DMZ area 1970
80) Ken Flowers 
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Submitted on 2015/06/04 at 1:17 pm

Just found this on FB. Love it. It brings back so many memories, some good, some bad. I was with NSA Da Nang, TSP (Tien Sha) Security, Aug 67 – 68. Welcome home to all my brothers and sisters from different Mothers.
79) Jim Seabolt 
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Submitted on 2015/06/03 at 10:02 pm

I love this! will we ever be able to get this on our car radio?
78) Gregory Smith 
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Submitted on 2015/06/03 at 6:31 pm

Glad to have this station and the memories keep on comin.
Tan Son Nhut air base.
360th TEWS, flight line maintenance.
77) Bill Salzbrener 
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Submitted on 2015/06/03 at 1:22 pm

Great station and the best music!! I remember taking the old batteries from our PRC Radio’s and connecting them to my AM/FM radio to listen to the music when we where in base camp. Worked for away! Oh well you could go to the PX and get anther radio. 9th Division 4/39 1967/1968.
I have shared this station with ALL my Facebook friends.
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