Total Entries: 26
Erick W. Miler Saturday, 8/23/03, 9:28 AM
 
Please, do you know this man? His widow needs answers. http://www.geocities.com/charmin1350/Rich_Vietnam_Arm y.html Crank emails answer to GOD! or 2.9 million Vietnam Vets Erick Miller B-Co 1st Plt 1st 327th Inf/101st ABN Nam grunt 69-70 Thua Thien Province Hill 882 May-June (pointman)
 
From: Salem, Wisconsin
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  101st Abn-1st 327Inf 69-70
 
Robert Trussell Thursday, 8/21/03, 7:58 AM
 
Two purple hearts. Doc's-you are the greatest, and will always be. Semper Fi. Charlie ruined my career but he will never break me.
 
From: Wheeling West Virginia
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  India 3/26 Jan10-Apr5 1969
 
dewain peters Sunday, 8/10/03, 5:47 AM
 
doing a great job doc. there's guy's still out there that need to be found and I'am still looking.you guy's that had a nickname we may be able to identify you with that. mine was (pete)
 
From: maryland
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  k/3/26 may 1968 - july 1969
 
James"Doc" Rodriguez Thursday, 6/19/03, 3:13 AM
 
Outstanding site, you did a great job, WELCOME HOME! Note to all Medics and Corpsmen Please consider membership in The National Association of Medics and Corpsmen, Check out our site.......Thank you! Check out www.medics-corpsmen.org
 
From: Indianapolis In
Web Site: 3rd Surgical Hospital (MA)
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  1970 44th Medical Bde
 
William P. Miller Tuesday, 5/27/03, 3:59 PM
 
Good site here. I don't recognize any familiar names of the docs who I served with. I have been looking for the following doc's who served with me in 3/26. Bill O'Dell,Gere Gard,Byron or Basil Zenker, Theodore Tucker. I'd also be intrested in hearing from any Doc's who left the Philadelphia Naval Hospital headed for FMF School from 67 to 69. I gave a class on The Line Corpsman to fellas headed to Nam.I worked personnel and handled orders as well as the funeral escorts for docs KIA'd East of the Mississipi from 67 to 69. So far I'm intouch with two of my platoon docs. Graham Tedford and John Cutright. Sempers
 
From: Camp Hill, Pa
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  L 3/26 2nd plt. 9-66 t0 9-67
 
Mike Mahlman Monday, 5/5/03, 1:43 PM
 
Want to know what happened to Steve a corpman with India Company on Taylor Common Was shot in the neck never heard if he made it.
 
E-mail: mailto:michael
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  I/3/26 Aug.68 to April 70
 
Jim Raasch Monday, 3/17/03, 2:17 PM
 
Looking for A-co 5th Tanks "DOC" Phillip Leslie. He served with us at An Hoa, Phu Loc 6, and Hill 55 before we went on ship(LSD-33 USS-ALAMO) with 3/26 May (?) '69 He was called home by a family emergency around the time we went on ship.(before or after ?) After the "Float" we were at Hill 190 and Namo Bridge the summer of '69. My Tank Was A-22 "FUJIMO" We flew the Black Ace of Spades flag. Found our other "DOC" Robbie Thompson last year. Any help with "Doc" Leslie would be greatly appreciated.
 
From: Cedar Rapis Iowa
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  A-Co 5th Tanks (Aka: Tank Platoon H&S 3/26) 1969
 
Neale Turner Sunday, 2/16/03, 12:39 AM
 
Great site Doc. Lots of memories while cruising your site, some good some bad but all a part of my life. Thanks for the hard work putting your site togeather and thanks for helping people know the life of an FMF Corpsman. I wouldn't hesitate to do it again. Keep up the good work. Semper Fi, Doc Turner.
 
From: Puyallup,Washington
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  India 3/7 1969
 
GENE PELLETIER Thursday, 1/30/03, 1:35 AM
 
PROPER ENTRY:DOWN MEMORY LANE.DOC VURNAKE,U TREATED ME IN THE FIELD ON PATROL SOUTH OF HILL 124.I HAD BACK SPASM AND COULD NOT MOVE WHILE CLIMBING A SLOPE. U GAVE ME 2 DEMEROL.PREVIOUSLY I FELL ON HWY 1 WHILE ON NITE REACTIONARY PATROL. WE WERE AT ESSO PLANT.ABOUT JULY OF 69.BACK SPASM WHILE AT HILL 124 I ESTIMATE NOV.69.TIMES MAY BE WRONG.NO RECORDS EXIST.I NEED INFOR FOR DISABILITY CLAIM.I WAS 2ND SQD LEADER,BATES WAS 1ST SQD LEADER,PLT CMMNDR WAS LT MIKE FALLON.I THINK U WERE READY TO ROTATE.THNX,GENE
 
From: BLIND RIVER,ONT/LIMA,OHIO
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  LIMA CO.3/26,2ND SQD,1ST PLT
 
GENE PELLETIER Thursday, 1/30/03, 1:22 AM
 
BRINGS BACK A LOT OF MEMORIES.DOC VURNAKE,YOU TREATED ME IN THE FIELD,ON PATROL SOUTH OF HILL 124.
 
From: BLIND RIVER,ONT/LIMA,OHIO
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  LIMA 3/26,2ND SQD,1ST PLT
 
James M. Siverling Wednesday, 11/27/02, 8:10 PM
 
I was transfered to 1st Medical Bn when 3/26 rotated to states March 70. Finished my tour with Delta Co 1st Med
 
From: Prospect, Ohio
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  1st Plt India Co. 3/25 8/69-12/69/BAS 12/69-3/70
 
Kerry "Doc" Pardue Tuesday, 11/26/02, 1:58 PM
 
Came back for a 2nd look, you have done a bit more to your site it looks great, keep up the great job you have begun-your story needs to be told. Please update my link to your site to the following url: http://www.kerrypardue247.com/Index.html
 
From: Chandler, Az
Web Site: Rice Paddy Stew & Saigon Tea
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  yes, 2/47th Infantry, 9th Infantry Divsion
 
Ron Morgan Tuesday, 11/26/02, 1:10 PM
 
I'm looking for anybody who served with William Thomas Roberson, AKA "Billy Roberson" or "Robbie" at Batangan Peninsula in January '69. Billy was killed by a large mine January 31, 1969. He was one of my oldest friends; I'd known him since we were snot-nosed kindergarten kids riding around on our bicycles. I've found a couple of guys who say they knew him, but weren't around when he was killed, and I'd like to hear from someone who served in his platoon and maybe who would have more specific information about what happened to him. One story has it that he didn't die until later, on a hospital ship, for example. Thanks a bunch, guys. Ron
 
From: Austin
E-mail: [email protected]
 
jh yancey Friday, 11/8/02, 6:21 PM
 
Great site,I appreciate you Docs I had a great corpsman in my 0311 plt. Thanks to your hard work and dedication many grunts and others came back to the world, GOD Loves YOU DOCS. SEMPER FI Sgt.jh yancey
 
From: Great State of Georgia
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  usmc delta1-5,echo2-1 69-70
 
Chris Tibbs Thursday, 11/7/02, 8:17 PM
 
Looking for Doc Parker and Doc Wesley Peake. In memory of Doc Terrance who on Operation Meade River, in answering "Corpsman Up" placed himself between a 3-times wounded Marine and an NVA bunker and calmly treated him until he himself was mortally wounded.
 
From: California, now in Seoul Korea
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  USMC,'68-'69, India-2, 3/26
 
George Fischbach Tuesday, 11/5/02, 10:01 PM
 
You have a good looking site. It's a keeper.
 
From: Anna Maria, FL
Web Site: N/A
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  Delta 1/26 April '69-March '70
 
Barry "Doc" Steigelman Sunday, 9/29/02, 7:07 PM
 
Great site. Loved the poetry and music. Have thought about everybody I was there with often. Hope to hear from anybody I was there with.
 
From: Ontario, California
E-mail: rscudoc[email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  Kilo Co. 2nd Platoon 1969-1970
 
Michael Mulraney (Sgt USMC) Tuesday, 9/17/02, 3:58 PM
 
This web site does a great service to all the Doc's from the Nam. We lost our two corpsman with in four to six weeks after going into country up by the DMZ 1966.Names were, Green and J.Faust after that we were on our own for about one month. I was WIA 4/27/67 and I always wanted to thank Doc on that day for the help he give me, but unfortunatly he was a replacement and I don't have his name.I salute all the corpsman, you are Marines. Semper Fi, brothers
 
From: La Verne, CA
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  I Co 3/26 Marines, 1966-1967
 
Bill (Stick) Kellon Monday, 8/12/02, 5:56 AM
 
Its so great to know the Doc's are still cool. Think about ya'll. Still playing rock and roll here in Memphis.The tape from bottom of the ship got me hired at Fame Studios in 69 when I came home. Thanks to you a lot of us came home. Stick
 
From: Memphis, Tn
Web Site: www.ransommemphis.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  Lima 3/26 68-69
 
woody postle Sunday, 6/30/02, 6:20 AM
 
first GREAT SITE!!!! lookin for corpsman that were with us. timothy wood, richard caskey and michael kennan. maybe somebody remembers them. any help greatly appreciated. also anybody from 1/9 i would love to hear from you. semper fi marines woody
 
From: dover de
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  bravo 1/9 69-70
 
Kenneth W. Sandall Monday, 6/24/02, 1:57 PM
 
I was in one of the first relacement groups assigned to the original Battalion. We have been having reunions every two years since 1992. We just concluded one June 12-15 in Ennis Montanna. The next one is going to be at Lake Tahoe, CA in 2004. If anyone wants to contact me...so we might coordinate address lists...feel free. K. Sandall
 
From: Los Gatos, California
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  Lima 3/26 1967-68
 
robert e tinsley Wednesday, 5/15/02, 4:54 PM
 
loved the site. new doc hancock and doc harrell in nam
 
From: indiana now tennessee
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  lima 3/26 1969
 
kerry "Doc" pardue Monday, 4/22/02, 10:12 AM
 
you have an awesome site here...keep up the good work and welcome home...Doc Pardue
 
From: Chandler, AZ
Web Site: Rice Paddy Stew & Saigon Tea
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  2/47th Inf. Scouts, 9th Inf. Div. 1968-69
 
Jim Wido Wednesday, 4/17/02, 6:31 PM
 
Great site, good graphics, thought provoking poetry and music to boot. What more can you ask for. Who would of thought back in 1969 that all of us old farts would have gotten back together again after all those years. And that the majority of us electronic connectivity at our fingertips. We're going to have to shame Bill Vurnakes into joining the 21st century and get a computer!
 
From: Lindenhurst, IL
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  3/26 Mike, H&S BAS
 
Joe Hancock Tuesday, 4/16/02, 4:04 AM
 
Rocky, You did a great job on the website. I sure enjoyed seeing you after these 33 years, eventhough we couldn't recognize each other in the airport. Ha Ha. Looking forward to even a larger group getting together in Washington next year. Thanks for doing this for us......
 
From: Fairfield, Texas
E-mail: [email protected]
Vietnam Service? Unit? Years?  Yes, Lima & H&S 3/26, 68-69
 
Tony Johannesen Saturday, 3/30/02, 5:50 AM
 
Hey Rock, this site looks good, had a great time in St. Louis and have told many stories about it around here. I have shown Joe's story about the Bible to nearly everyone in town, which doesn't take long. Have a good day. Tony
 
From: North Dakota
E-mail: [email protected]
 
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