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My name is Rusty Kohler and I served with your Dad in Viet Nam. He was from Texas, like me, so we had a lot to talk about. I can still see him playing his guitar & singing country songs. We were stationed at Dong Tam and worked as MP's with different duty assignments. I would like to email you more information and some photos, as well. You should be proud of your Dad, as I was knowing and working with him.
Please feel free to contact me any time. My email address is: email@example.com. I hope to visit with you soon.
Take care & stay safe ... Rusty
I am the sister of Mike Blakey and I want all of you to know how much I appreciate the web site of the 9th Infantry Military police. Also, reading your messages and seeing your pictures has let meknow that Mike was cared for and looked after by all of you. Jan. 14th was the anniversary of his passing and for once I didn't cry. He and I were very close and the best big brother I had. I'm glad you all made it home and may God bless you.
I'm at a loss for words right now, Completely AWE struck over this site, Thank You so much!!!
Daughter of "Harris L. Collins"
merry christmas to everyone and hope we get many more new years to come
alton edwin lilley says...I remember someone named Lilley, a tall lanky guy. Iwas at Bearcat 9th Div. MP in the beginning of 68. I was a machine gunner M60 from California. My number is 408 612-6359 if you want to get in touch. My memory has kind of faded. Hope to hear from you. DennisI am currently awaiting membership approval. I was at Bearcat in 67 and 68. I went by the name Ed and would love to hear from anyone who I served with.Ed Lilley
I am currently awaiting membership approval. I was at Bearcat in 67 and 68. I went by the name Ed and would love to hear from anyone who I served with.
Drafted in 1968 went to Fort Bragg next Fort Gordon, Ga. and on to Vietnam was wounded and went to hospital in Fort Lee, Va and finished up at Fort Dix , NJ
Comabt (War) Veterans deserve every benefit that has gone through the process and deemed deserving for someone who helped out up front when necessity called the action. Only luck and the grace of God has him still in a position to be in need of such services. God Bless Veterans!
I'm currently a "guest," waiting for my membership to be approved. In 67 and 68 I was a platoon leader, first in Tan An and then in Bearcat. I saw Guarino's Tan An photos and hope to catch up with him and any of my great troops, particularly Oda from Hawaii and Smitty from Tennessee. It is great to be among our "Brothers."
Brother Bill Poindexter
The Family of Captain Edwin L. Freeman