Relatives of Troopers Killed in Action






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ALCON,
My uncle was PFC Roy L. Chaney with E TRP, 2nd SQD based out of Di An, and killed in BINH THUY province on 31 December 1970. I am currently also in the Army attending the SGM Academy. I am just reaching out to find out about my greatest hero and the man I never met. To all of the Vietnam veterans...WELCOME HOME and THANK YOU for what you have done for this great nation!
Dave.


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I was in the 1St Squadron, C Troop and was a machine gunner in the back of Track 31, I served from Dec 1967 to May 1968 and was wounded in a battle near Cu Chi. If anyone remembers me, please contact me.

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I'm looking for someone who has any information on my great uncle, Craig Alden Van Akin. I dont know to much about him, but would love to find pictures and more info.

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I served in F Trp 2/11 2nd platoon Sgt Gaddis. Would love to hear from any platoon mates

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Hello,

My dad served with the 11th ACR E-Troop 2nd squad
In 1967 , his name is Charles Pedro, any information
or photos would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You
John


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In the Viet Nam era, the vets were treated very badly by the main stream Americans. When returning home they were spit on and considered low life. This has angered me for years! Many of them were drafted and had no choice, except to leave the country. My brother Ron Shepherd was killed in Viet Nam, July 5, 1967. His family still misses him, his parents never got over his death and his fianc entered a marriage after his death that failed. She never remarried, but keeps my brothers memory alive in her heart. We all must be grateful to all the veterans who sacrificed so much so we can live in freedom. Too many young Americans take this for granted.

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