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Friday 03/12/2004 12:29:22am
Name: Kenneth (Ken) Dale Phillips
E-Mail: pkennethd@bellsouth.net
Referred By: Just Surfed In
City/Country: Blue Mountain, MS U.S.A.
Comments: As Bob Hope would have said thanks for the memories I was in HQ Battery 2/77 Arty. I was attched to A Battery 2/77 about half the time I was there. I got to see a lot of war zone C did'nt know that was what it was back then. We just tried to stay alive. I was there 6/68 to 6/69
Ken Phillips

Saturday 05/10/2003 10:31:51am
Name: Steve P Ybarra
E-Mail: z71spy@aol.com
Referred By: Just Surfed In
City/Country: Peoria , Arizona
Comments: Hey there!! I was section chief on gun # 1 A 2/77 from the middle of 68 till I left country in November. Before that I was with Sgt Staples on the gun AssAssin. Anybody out there who was with A Battery please E-mail me.
Welcome back guys.

Thursday 02/13/2003 7:28:12am
Name: Doc Bosma
Homepage: http://www.77fa.org
E-Mail: doc@77fa.org
Referred By: Friend
City/Country: Boonville, MO
Comments: Mike!! Your email addresses don't work any more!! Get in touch with me so we can fix you up with ah 77fa.org email address to keep you on our radar!!


Wednesday 01/01/2003 9:54:30am
Name: robert h. mitchell
E-Mail: amadeus@tds.net
Referred By: Just Surfed In
City/Country: verona wi.
Comments: I was in the 2/77 from '65 to '67 I read the accounts on souitre. We lost a lot of good people that day. I saw sgt. Dixon get killed by a " chu hoi". He was one of the finest persons I ever met. I've thought of him and Smitty the colonel's driver often over the years. What a waste of fine human beings.

Thursday 12/19/2002 2:30:06pm
Name: Gary Jacobson
Homepage: http://PZZZZ.tripod.com/namtour.html
E-Mail: pgriz@hotmail.com
Referred By: Just Surfed In
City/Country: Realm of Idaho
Comments: Dear artillerymen, as a combat vet who has borne the brunt of our nations actions in Vietnam, bearing freedoms sword, and felt the embarrassment and scorn heaped upon the warriors from that
conflict, I salute you for your fine site here for remembrance and education. I invite those who pass here to visit my "Vietnam Picture Tour, from the lens and poet’s pen of a combat infantryman, from one who's walked the walk, and can talk the talk...Take a walk in "the park" with the 1st Air Cavalry on combat patrol, that in reality will give you the sweet and sour taste of "the Nam" on your tongue, leave the pungent smell of "the Nam" acrid in your nostrils, and imbed textures of "the Nam" in your brain as though you were walking beside me in

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