Even "Old Tent City B"We would like to hear from anyone who might have anything to offer, maybe even TET 1968 or Mini TET 1968.It might be easier for you to contact me thru my e-mail above.When I first got there the BX and Finance and Base Theater was in the same compound as 7th AF. id=102543 about Agent Orange and the leathel legacy that it's left behind. Comments: Dear Sir, I need help in finding airmen who worked in the precision photo processing lab in Jan and Feb 1968.I was lucky to leave a few days before the Tet offensive started Jan 1968. I thought you might want to share it with the Tan Son Nhut Association members, and hopefully we can get this info out to as many Viet vets as possible thru word of mouth, the internet, etc. I was an instructor who was sent TDY to teach and advaced processor. Moyer Comments: Something for you to post on the guestbook page of the Tan Son Nhut Association. I have been sending a card a day for a few weeks, it is a good way to let the current generation of those doing what we did 40 years ago know that they are remembered and appreciated during this Christmas Season."Merry Christmas," to my Tan Son Nhut Association brothers and sisters. Can you lay aside your dreams for others For their lives and freedom to secure?The veterans administration has no records of my being on the ground in Viet Nam. Go to this web page, pick out a card and send it with your name, town, state, and any comments (they provide the comments or you can send your own comments). Please go to URL: Hello, I want to wish every one that wore a uniform or currently wearing a uniform for this country, "A very, very, Merry Christmas."Hope that you get every thing you want for Christmas and that you have very "Happy and above all a safe, New Year."If you party, have a driver that does not or call a taxi."God Bless every one! And lifting high flags of our Fathers Can you fill the boots they wore?Or if there is any records, maybe you could direct me to them. " I hope everyone is here next year Jim Gropper Can you hear the sound of distant drums? Can you stand your post in battle As many brave souls have done before And never once forsake your Brothers Can you fill the boots they wore?
Jim Gropper FROM THE WEB MASTER: The Tan Son Nhut Association would like to take this time to share our latest Member information: 1.I never talked to my father much about Vietnam and I always wondered what it was he did there. Anyway, I hope this email isn't an unwelcome intrusion. "My name is Ed Michels and was with the 110th Trans. Depot from September 1967 thru April 1969 then HHC AMMC until I was discharged back in the world May 25, 1969.(He died twenty years ago and we never really broached the subject; regrettably ... I have been in contact with a few members of the two company's and we are interested in putting the history down on paper.copyright by: Randy "Ramps" Stutler 12/11/09377th Air Police Squadron Tan Son Nhut, 1965 - 1966SFC, US Army (ret) Comments: On Dec 18, 2009 a 10" snowfall left my hometown in shambles.Many trees were knocked down and 80,000 people lost their electricity. I am catching up on all my emails and posting to this bulletin board. Charles Penley My life-long friend, Karl Deilke, and I played cops and robbers, cowboys and Indians and, of course, played soldiers while growing up in Fargo, ND.Karl now has a grandson that has a real uniform and rifle and is being trained as a warrior. Fresh out of basic and infantry training, his grandson is now Lance Corporal Tanner Cook.