Submitted by Name: SGT "JOE" VERNON From: H&S Company, First Tank Battalion E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served in Vietnam from Christmas 1966 thru Valentine's Day, 1968. Our DaNang compound was at Hi-way 1 & the DaNang River. Our units provided airport security as well as security for the Hi-Way and the Bridge over the river. I was there for "TET" and lost a great group of Marines on Feb 6th, 1968. Included in that Group was SGT Jim Sefrhans of Chicago. Jim was awarded the Bronze Star for his brave actions that fateful day. I did the submission for the "Medal of Honor" for Jim. I still regret not fighting to get him the Medal he deserved. He single handedly brought two Marines and one ARVN to safe harbor before being fatally wounded. He was a Marines Marine........ Hoo-Rah.
Added: January 26, 2013
Submitted by Name: max r. hays From: dyersburg tenn E-mail: Contact
Comments: vietnam 67 68 69 3rd tanks bravo 21 23 25 camp caroll rock pile op wynn khe sahn with wally young lynn young hoss wadsworth lattie gunny hacker cob maint tuno new york bronx sly bayonne semper fi marines ooh rah :D :!cool: :!cry: :!devil: :) :!mad: :!thinking: :p ;) ;) :o
Added: January 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ken Smith From: born in Ma live in Fl E-mail: Contact
Comments: Was in Bco ist tks 64 H7S flames, we used to spit flames at grunts walking to the movies, Bco 1st tks hill 55,AnHoa Dec67-sept68
Added: January 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Lcpl. David C. Turner Ser.# 2438750 3rd tanks. From: Redlands,California. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Year 1968 , I think the Mo. was March or so. Do any of you guys remember the time the fruit in the c-rats were cursed and they would broadcast the fruit of the day over the bullshit freq. ever morning . I'm one who can tell you it was not a hoax! Mine was the Cherry's in the fruit cocktail.. Semper Fi
Added: January 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: charles g grandmaison From: haverhill,ma E-mail: Contact
Comments: HI HAVENT BEEN ON THIS SITE FOR ALONG TIME, FORGOT MY PASSWORD CHUCK
Added: December 30, 2012
Submitted by Name: Chuck Isherwood From: Leechburg, Pa. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site, hoping to hear from some of my old tanker buddies. Been looking for Ron Hansen, Jr. A Co., 1st Tanks, Viet-Nam 66-67'
Added: November 17, 2012
Submitted by Name: victor johnson From: pope mississippi E-mail: Contact
Comments: dadio vet under the best lt. that ever lived lt.fredrick [rick].morgan 2nd.plt.after dadio at muater there were lt.morgan, sgt. green cpl.pless and victor johnson. lt. morgan was wia on 881south while leading two squads into our mind field to recover wounded marines.i cried seeing lt.morgan so devastated by a bouncing betty. later i found out he made it.i still think of pless green and lt.morgan all the time. god bless youall. :o
Added: November 12, 2012
Submitted by Name: Cpl. Charles F. Thomas, Jr. (Ret). From: Boston, MA, currently Charlotte, NC E-mail: Contact
Comments: I would like to know where I can get a H&S Company, 3rd Tank BN, 1967-1968 Plaque.
Added: October 6, 2012
Submitted by Name: L/cpl David C. Turner From: Redlands,California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just read the book entries and saw an entry from Tree .Dont know if he remembers me. But him and the crew the night we got hit saved my life. I would sure like to know if anyone else is out there. Semper Fi and Thanks again for my life.
Added: October 4, 2012
Submitted by Name: Doug Scrivner From: Hamilton, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Really enjoy the stories, I was with B Co 1968, C Co 1969, 1st Tanks. A little grunt work with BLT 2/7. Keep up the great work