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Name:
Donald Tittle,Jr.  dwbtittle@yahoo.com
Entry:
The quote on your home page can be accredited to Larry Trimble, Jim Lamotte and Ricardo Davis who were members of the 5th Special Forces Group (MACVSOG) in Vietnam. These incredible men and their fellow Green Berets performed feats of unmatched daring and bravery that in some cases are still classified. Their AO (Aera of Operation) was Laos and Cambodia. They composed this quote while sitting in the Bamboo Lounge during stand-down between missions. Just thought I'd let you know. God bless our veterans. Freedom is not free.
Date:
March 23, 2012 0:32

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Name:
James Coates  coates@wildblue.net
Entry:
Served with 37th ARRS in Danang 1971-72. Crew chief and non-tatical FE.
Date:
March 03, 2012 21:49

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Name:
Phil Sigman  psigman62@gmail.com
Entry:
I knew Col Wayne Purser back in 1987. He was my squadron commander at Kunsan AB, ROK in the 8th SPS Stinger Section. A good, fair man who was a credit to the US Air Force. We knew he was a Jolly Green pilot but I just found out that he won the Air Force Cross during the SS Mayaguez incident.
Date:
February 28, 2012 17:13

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Name:
Keelie Bartruff  kjbartruff89@hotmail.com
Entry:
Hello, the quote on your homepage wall was actually created by my Grandfather, Oren Hanbaum. He is a deceased POW MIA veteran of the Korean war. We have a hard copy in a picture frame of the quote. His son and grandson also served in Korea, 3 Generations worth. He was a National DAV Officer. He was well respected by all. Every month he attended and participated in a Purple Heart breakfast, since he was a Purple heart reciptant. Every year he attened his POW reunion. My Grandfather was well respected by his peers and a tiny bit of patriotism went with him the day he passed away.
Date:
February 21, 2012 20:47

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Name:
Paul Garza  prsg@sbcglobal.net
Entry:
Last month some one very kind sent me a 9 page doc of HH-43 Lube specs. I have some how lost the document and wish to have that person resend it to me. I was a helicoter flight Engr, Wheelus AB Libya

Thank you very much
Date:
January 09, 2012 15:35

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Name:
Scott White  swhite57@verizon.net
Entry:
Hello Rotorheads,
I served in Udorn Thailand between '72-'73. I was in the 38th ARRS Det 5 as a crew chief on Pedros. Was there for LinebackerII and to see MIG Killer Steve Richie become a flying Ace.
Date:
January 08, 2012 20:45

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Name:
Gregory Gaunt  gregory.gaunt@dm.af.mil
Entry:
I've heard that a friend of Jim's has a 20th SOS coin belonging to a W.A Christensen found on Davis-Monthan AFB some time ago. I'm willing to press on with a local search for the guy if I can get some additional info about him: his age, last known residence, when he was in the 20th, etc. If I can help, I will.

These things we do...
Date:
December 21, 2011 3:21

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Name:
verne romero  vvrom78@msn.com
Entry:
to richard ches: hay rick you my boss at ellsworth in 69 on was your training team. I hope your doing well....
Date:
December 18, 2011 20:21

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Name:
Tom Mochen  soghornetgunner@inbox.com
Entry:
I need help from the 'Rotorheads' community. Friend of mine is looking for helicopter driver work. He has 10,000 hrs and has done most every type of flying and is willing to travel. Anybody got any leads???
His email: gordstone1@gmail.com
Thanks for the help my brothers.
Date:
December 16, 2011 16:51

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[ Posted by CuzLJHlhHzNye, January 15, 2012 17:38 ]
     This forum ndeeed shaking up and you've just done that. Great post!

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Name:
Dave Cullen  driverdave@charter.net
Entry:
I was a H-3,H-53 crew chief from 72-76 (43150C).I was at Hill AFB.from 73-74,NKP THAILAND 74-75,WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH. 75-76 I was involved in Operation Frequent Wind,Eagle Pull,and unfortunetly the Mayaquez incident where I lost my best friend and roomate on 925.Not having a lot of computer skills,I am amazed how much imforation I can dig up on the past.While I was at Wright/Pat I was involved in the original Pave-Low project.In Nkp I was crew chief on 68-10926.I would like to hear from former friends.
Date:
December 10, 2011 0:40

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[ Posted by Richard Pruneda Sr., May 03, 2012 2:04 ]
     Dave, new a few 53 C.C. I was crew chief on HH-43's at Hill from 72-74, NKP 74-75 and assisting the night shift C.C. on the 53's, think his name was Steve. I left month prior to the Mayaquez and also new some of the crew who went. Left to Mt.Home AFB 75-78 on H-1N then to 1st helicopter Squadron 78-79 left and join the ANG with the 129RQW 79-2009 retired.

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