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on 01/04/2007 at 21:19
 
HEY IM MILES I WAS IN THE 84TH ENGINER D COMPANY I WANTED TO KNOW IF THERE WAS ANY BODY I REMEBERD OR THAT REMEBERD ME AND IF THEY COULD KEEP IN TOUCH WITH ME!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Louis Olvitt (Ollie) (Sparta, United States)
on 20/03/2007 at 22:18
 
I was with D Co. 84th Eng Vietnam 1968 and again 1969 Heavy Equip. operator.Last duty was Tuy hua.Land Mine sent me home.Looking for any I served with.
 
Juan Mafnas (Hagatna, Guam)
on 08/03/2007 at 00:39
 
Hafa adai from Guam, It's been a while since I wrote, Im a member of the 84th EBC and just surfed in to say hello...I actually would like to find Sam Goddard he and I served with A Co., 84th in '66-67 in Phu Tai Viet-Nam...please if anyone knows where or how to contact Sam let me know...our time is running out...He actually was the only friend I had there then. Thanks

Juan Mafnas
 
Rick Hassett (Boston, Ma, United States)
on 16/02/2007 at 10:20
 
Rick Hassett, 536th Engineers, July 1970-Feb 1972. In on the tail end of the Bridge at Bongson, just about done when I got there. I took over Operations from Griff when he ETS'd. We then moved up to DaNang and was running around there with a bunch of stuff in An Hoi, the ML1A Bridge that feeds out to QL1. Went up North on TDY during Dewey Canyon II, helped tear apart the Rocket Pocket and was with the envoy when Capt. Cordon, B Co., C.O. (he replaced Roger Baldwin) was killed just south of DaNang. Take Care Guys.
Rick Hassett
 
Doc Zimmer (Coldspring, TX, United States)
on 12/02/2007 at 17:37
 
I was with B Co from Sept 68 until Jan 69 when I transferred to Dak To with the 299th Engr. I was on the hill when we were with the ROK Tigers and also when we moved to the beach near Nha Trang. I left Nam on Apr 23, 1971. I have a few pictures and some good memories, just can't remember names. Does anyone remember the typhoon in 68 when we were on the hill? Or the conex EM club?
 
on 31/01/2007 at 17:10
 
I'm trying to find a link to identify an unknown photo in the old photo album. Unk 5 .jpg posted by Karl Voltz on 3/25/2001 Front Gate BonSon is my little brother Marty Spiller. He was in DaNang from 8/70-8/71. He was 18 years old and went to Nam on his 18th birthday.
He passed away Sept. 10, 2002 at the age of 50. If anyone remembers him please let me know.
Thanks
 
Howard Bean (Algonquin, IL 60102, United States)
on 26/01/2007 at 14:29
 
I was part of the 84th. that landed in Qui Nhon (aboard the Dependent ship Barrett) chapter 4 page 49.
We left Fort Ord and shipped out on the Eltinge, which brokedown and we were toewd to Subic Bay, where we boarded the Barrett.
 
Steve Anderson (Andy) (Van Nuys, CA ( LA ), United States)
on 21/01/2007 at 02:13
 
I was in B company from May of 68 thru Dec 69, I just want to contact anyone that was in my company especially the guy that hit the mine with the duce and 1/2 . I was a dozer operator and I truly would like to contact some one who was on that mountian top at Binh Than, or on the sand at Miami Beach, or at the bridge base at LZ English in Bong Son.

We build the road fron Quin Nhon to Tuy Hoa, drank lots of beer, went thru ambushes and ate lots of c rats. I am believing that someone is out there that was in the same company as I was.

Steve "Andy" Anderson
 
on 18/01/2007 at 10:07
 
I was company clerk, Radio operator, Machine shop flunky, and worked in the mess hall ordering food for the Company (in other words an all round flunky). I was there from Dec. 18, 1967 - Mar. 4, 1969. I was so dumb I was drunk most of the time. I really have a hard time remembering alot about that period (isn't that a shame :(). I really wish I could remember more. It was really great to see the pics and read the notes.
 
YARBROUGH (Heber Springs Ar., United States)
on 18/01/2007 at 01:54
 
I was with the 84th Combat Engineers A Co. from Feb.1968 to Mar.1969.I drove a 5 ton dump # A21 and #A53 with "California" written on the rock guard.I also operated a ditch digger with the name "THE DIVELS DIGGER" written on the front in yellow paint.My name is Yarbrough ,if anyone remembers me I would love to here from you.
   
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