I know it wasn't 1962 because I was in Viegues, PR that year. Agent Orange, problems with the Heart over the past few years. I am also looking for the Green in Color book from Dangha 1967-1968E Or if someone could point me in the right direction name: Michael Dumontemail: mdumont at somersworth.comlocation: Somersworth NH Date: March 01, 2011comment: I served with NMCB-74 from 1979 to 1981.
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I was one of the last to leave for RVN and was at Gia Le from September to October before going to Quang Tri. He was also detached to the Marines which involved securing the island, somewhat similiar to the Navy Seals today. I am looking for information about our tour in '69. I'm trying to find personnel who knew him and could tell me more about his military career, especially in Vietnam... He never spoke of it, and neither do I, but I'm very interesed in his time spent there. My dad is still alive but getting older by the day (80).
You were shown as being in Detail Foxtrot as RD Coop. Dad was in Cuba, Okinawa, and he was in the advance party to Adak, Alaska, on or about 1959. My father, now deceased, EGIL EUGENE TWEDT was a member of the Seabees in late 1940's-early 1950's. This is as much as I know regarding my father's Naval history. name: Stacy Walters Brown email: slbrown at gmail.comlocation: Murchison, TX Date: April 18, 2011comment: Hello, really enjoyed the website. I went from the fleet to MCB128 and went to Quangtri in 1969, Jan. I would like to hear from any of his old buddies that might have known him especially during his Vietnam years.
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