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Total: 249 guests
Name: Al Clark
Website: 
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Ogden, Utah
Time: 2000-06-08 10:52:10
Comments: Was with the 199th Light Infantry Brigade 1967 -1969 CRIP Platoon, War Zone D III Corp, around the Cambodian boirder. Sounds like you were there too. Remember the Fish Hook, Parrots Beek and the Black Virgin Mt.? Great web sight and good information. Glad to see fellow Vets doing well, WELCOME HOME!!!!! Sgt. Allen Clark, 199th LIB, RVN 
Name: AaronE. Potts
Website: http:///
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From: Decatur, Al.
Time: 2000-06-08 10:48:52
Comments: My Father, P.F.C. Earnest V. Potts was with the 4th Infantry Division, Company "E" when it landed on Utah Beach, on the morning of June 6, 1944. My father was killed 16 days later while advancing to Cherburg. He is still there in Normandy at the Normmandy/American Cemetary in plot F, row 11, grave 43. I was 18 months old when he died. I saw my father 5 times before he died. I have since visited the cemetary where he is buried only once. My mother passed away about three weeks ago. Now they may be together. I would like to thank ALL the ones that gave their every thing to underwrite America's freedom. All of you made such sacrifices that only the ones that have lost loveones that can appreciate this great country and you have made it what it is today. May God bless all of you and your families. I just wish my father ws here to see the museums and could enjoy the things that we have. I wish Mr. Webster could have come up with the words that could express my gratitude. thanks Aaron Potts 
Name: Edward R. Davis
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Collingswood, NJ (org. Camden, NJ)
Time: 2000-06-07 23:01:16
Comments: "Welcome Home" to all my fellow "A" Company 2/22 comrads, it was an Honor to serve with you!!!!!! 
Name: Darrell H. Linthacum, Ph.D.
Website: http:///
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From: Hardin, Mt.-San Jose, Ca.
Time: 2000-06-07 20:57:34
Comments: I am doing a research paper on the Indian Scouts (Cheyenne) that served in the 22nd during the Indian War Period. 
Name: James Henderson
Website: http:///
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From: Dallas, Texas
Time: 2000-06-07 20:23:15
Comments: For Skip Laliberte I was in B Co. 1/22 Nov 69 - Nov 70. I was in 2nd plt. What plt were you in? Maybe some of the people we know "overlap". Cpt. Derrico was CO when I came in country. 
Name: Felix Rivera Jr.
Website: http:///
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From: New York
Time: 2000-06-07 10:22:17
Comments: Please remember our fallen brothers and they will never really be dead. 
Name: Bill Matz
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 2000-06-06 08:18:46
Comments: June, 6 D-Day. To all who were on Utah Beach and E.T.O. Well Done! 
Name: Curtis McFarland
Website: http:///
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From: Midland, Texas
Time: 2000-06-05 18:39:31
Comments: I wanted to remind everyone thinking of DDay that the battle of Fire Support Base Crook in Vietnam was fought on the same day. Here's to all of the guys that were there. Would like to here from anyone that was there. 
Name: SKIP LALIBERTE
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: ANAHEIM,CA
Time: 2000-06-04 06:12:45
Comments: I WAS IN NAM FROM 5/68 TO 4/69 IN COMPANY B 1/22. I'M LOOKING FOR ANYBODY WHO SERVED WITH ME IN THAT TIME FRAME. 
Name: Julie Scarbrough
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Cheyenne, WY
Time: 2000-06-03 22:47:40
Comments: I am looking for anyone who might have served with my Dad. His name is Elton Wilkerson and here is all the informatin I have: * Arrived September 1967 * Departed for home September 1968 * 2/22 Headquarters Company * APC Carrier * Served in Dau Tieng & Cu Chi * Looking for a Lieutenant Weiss and a Chester Junick or Juneck from Chicago or Philadelphia * Would like to get in touch with anyone who served with him * Fort Polk, LA Boot Camp/Basic AIT If you have any information I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You -Herb Artola, Gary Krek & Bradley Hull for all your help. Julie 
Name: Mike Hodges
Website:
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From: Martinez GA
Time: 2000-06-03 17:02:39
Comments: Just wanted to say hello to you guys. We did a lot of work together in 3 Corp's. All around Tay Ninh, Chu Chi, The Virgin, Angels Wing, Dogs Face, Hobo Woods, Fish Hook. Well, you guys all know the places. Wanted you to know how proud the 187th Assault Helicopter Company (Blackhawks then Crusaders) were to work with each and every one of you. You guys that humped through the crap and protected our downed ships and crews were and remain our heroes. Mike Hodges Rat Pack "38" 
Name: Franklin R. Benhart
Website: http:///
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From: Augusta,GA
Time: 2000-06-01 17:20:42
Comments: Still looking for anyone who knew my father in Vietnam. 1Lt. Frank R. Benhart He passed away 14 April 2000. He was a FO for 77th artillery attached to Bravo 3/22. He was at FSB Burt, Ap Cho, and the Battle of Good Friday. He was the best father anyone could ask for but wouldn't discuss his 2 tours of duty. Second tour was 12/69 - 12/70 as a Captain and an advisor. Not sure where. Please respond if you can tell me anything. 
Name: David Wellington Chew
Website: http:///
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From: El Paso, Texas
Time: 2000-06-01 16:21:09
Comments: Very informative site and helpful in researching father's experiences. Know he was with the 4th Infantry Division but not sure which sub division. He was a SSgt with a CIB at the ended, hospitalized and finished out the war with an MP unit in Belgium on restricted duty. 
Name: Mitchell R. Verburg, Jr.
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Colorado
Time: 2000-06-01 09:08:54
Comments: I have finally taken the time to review the 25 Div info, and I'm excited. I was stationed in Cu Chi, HHC 25 Div from Jan '67 thru Dec '67. I then went to the 3-22 In, Dau Tieng, where I remained until DEROS Aug '68. Would really like to hear from anybody who remembers me. 
Name: Lou Talley
Website:
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From: California
Time: 2000-05-31 21:32:04
Comments: Here is the company roster for 66-67 of A 1-22, hope it helps in getting some located who's names most can not remember Company A Roster 1966 - 1967 http://www.grizzadam.com "Go to this link for full details" Company A 1st Bn, 22nd Infantry (1/22) 4th Infantry Division Please send missing entries or needed corrections to: locolou@worldnet.att.net 
Name: ARTHUR E PETERSEN(NOT SON)
Website: 
Referred by: From a Friend
From: ELK GROVE IL. 60007
Time: 2000-05-31 16:12:30
Comments: VIETNAM 6/28/67 TO 6/28/68 3 2/22 C CO. (MECH)1/4 SL A DR. TOLD ME LOSS = ANGER SO IF TELL US WE LOST THE WAR AS LONG AS WE LIVE LETS TRY TO A BOMB THEM CAUSE I AM NOT DONE FIGHTIN GOD BLESS THE NAM VETS 
Name: Glenn C Frisby
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Plano, Texas
Time: 2000-05-31 09:37:29
Comments: Great to find your site. Was in 3/22 in 1968-69. Brings back a lot of memories. Thanks. If anyone remembers me, I'd be glad to get an e-mail. 
Name: John Howe
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Albany NY
Time: 2000-05-31 09:03:52
Comments: All of those who were at Buell for teh party we threw on Friday Sept 13 need know that it was great to see Randy Keck this Memorial Day Weekend. We cried and we laughed but mostly we talked about how it feels to be a survivor. We had a moment of silence and had a libation to remember our "Absent Companions" and we will always have the memory of those Bravo Regulars and others of our regiment who have watered the tree of liberty with their blood. I am looking for anyone who can remember a fellow Regular named Jimmy Dandles. If you remember Jim please respond to me as I am helping him retrace his RVN experience's. Regulars by God 
Name: John Beattie
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Delaware
Time: 2000-05-30 15:50:31
Comments: Served in Company D 3 battional 22inf in Viet Nam 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-05-29 17:46:40
Comments: Memorial Day 2000 - For the fourth year in a row, I lay a wreath today on the grave of PFC Albert Collins, first 22nd Infantry and 4th Infantry Division soldier to die in Vietnam (on 9/3/66). Normally, Tom Reid, last CO of I/3-22, and CO of the last soldier killed in WWII, Carl Baker, is with me for this solemn occasion. However, this year, Tom is taking his grandsons to visit the battlefields of the 22nd Infantry Regiment in Europe and missed our Memorial Day ceremony. Although the wreath is on the grave of Albert Collins, it is there to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice of all 22nd Infantry Regiment soldiers from the War of 1812 up to the last one who gave his life in defense of the American way of life. We are honored to be able to perform such a tribute to our fallen comrades. Deeds not Wors! Bob Babcock, President, 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. 
Name: Terry Clark
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Seattle
Time: 2000-05-29 10:49:18
Comments: Changing my e-mail address but most of all remembering all of you on this Memorial day. "For those who have fought for it freedom has a taste the protected will never know" Terry, B co 2/22 Sept 67-Sept 68 Deeds not Words 
Name: Andrew Alday
Website: 
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Kula, Maui, Hawaii.
Time: 2000-05-29 03:09:14
Comments: May God bless and enfold within his arms, ALL Soldiers of the 22nd Infantry Regiment who have given their lives in defense of our country's freedom and beliefs, since 1812 to the present. May they rest in eternal peace. To the living, may you ALL find the peace and solace from the memories that tomorrow will bring, God bless you all ! Aloha, Andrew Alday, 1st Platoon, "Alpha" Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, Vietnam, III Corps, War Zone "C", Nui Ba Den, Firebases Buell 1 & 2, Washington 1 & 2, Rawlins, French Fort, Crook, Grant. " DEEDS NOT WORDS ! " 
Name: randy keck
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: baltimore,md
Time: 2000-05-28 18:14:58
Comments: This is to tell all who served their country and put themselves in harms way to allow all americans to enjoy freedom that I will remember you tomorrow when I visit the Vietnam memorial in DC. This past Thursday evening, while on business in Albany, NY I was reunited with John Howe after 32 years. John and I were at FSB Buell together and remember in detail the battle of Friday the 13th in September of 1968. We would like to catch up with all of our comrades who were with us that night. Thank you Gary Krek for this website and thank you Bob Babcock for your tireless work at the newsletter and at being president. As a card carrying AARP member, sometimes reliving those times with a fellow soldier makes me feel young again. Randy Keck 
Name: Stan Tarkenton
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Virginia Beach
Time: 2000-05-27 20:44:59
Comments: We old-timers and those who are current members of our beloved 22nd Infantry Regiment owe a great debt of gratitude to our brothers Bob Babcock, Awb Norris, GARY Krek along with some others for their keeping alive and viable that devoted esprit de corps of our unit. These few gallant men have devoted much of their later years in the continuing support of the 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. Is it not about time we old dog faces have offered more of real support to assist them in this worthwhile endeavor? They have to be over-worked! If we do not help them, who will? They will never complain. Come on! Let's volunteer one more time. Why not let them know today how you and I can help them with their labors for the Society? Ask them, "What can I do to help?" 
Name: Bill Matz
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: 
Time: 2000-05-27 09:27:40
Comments: Best wishes to all, and remembrance to fallen comrades on this Memorial Day weekend. Bill Matz (med) HHC 2/22 Dec, 1965 - May, 1967 
Name: Pem Hawkins
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Selma. NC
Time: 2000-05-27 07:15:09
Comments: Today,marks the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the passing of "Big Hawk" Hawkins,(Regimental Motor Officer from 1943(?) until deactivation at Camp Butner)the man that I am proud to have called my father. 
Name: Joe Perry
Website: 
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Tampa, Fl.
Time: 2000-05-26 15:01:54
Comments: Would like to find any information or knowledge about CPL Stratton Perry (A/1-22 IN REG, 4th ID) who was killed in action 3 MAR 45 during the battle of Cologne. He was inducted 23 AUG 42 and was initially trained in the air corps at Brooks Field, TX where he was an assistant crew chief. CPL Perry was from Wise, VA. 
Name: John S. Kapior
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Oak Lawn, Il.
Time: 2000-05-26 07:37:50
Comments: Jim Hardin trying to get in touch with you about your articles Soui Tre but your E Mail address is missing would like to hear from you 
Name: Harold Penxa
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Detroit area
Time: 2000-05-25 18:51:35
Comments: To Ken Vaughn: update your e-mail address and check roster at www.grizzadam.com/roster.htm Some of us are still "vibratin'" Harold Penxa Aco. 1/22 67-68 
Name: Gary Haynes
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Fuquay Varina, NC
Time: 2000-05-25 12:29:12
Comments: I served with the 4th BN 22nd Inf from Aug 86 to late 87, we were a COHORT unit, I'm looking to hear from some of the guys that served during that era.. 
Name: Steve Angulo
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Twentynine Palms California 92277
Time: 2000-05-24 22:16:48
Comments: You guys that where at Fort Lewis may remember me I was the seven guy on the big boat 007 was my number right there ready to go. I was the Mess Sgt for B Co lst of 22nd you remember right bob. so am still kicking retired in 79 and working for the Marine Corp here at twentynine Palms. 
Name: chuck martin
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: mich
Time: 2000-05-24 13:53:30
Comments: just checkin up on new entries,lookin for guys from hhc,recon plt,69-70,cambodia,was on track 78,looking for buddie named tim albright,have a good on,deeds not words 
Name: P. Edwards Johnson
Website: http:///
Referred by: Net Search
From: Tupelo, Mississippi
Time: 2000-05-24 09:34:30
Comments: Was searching for info on the 22nd Infantry in WWII battle of Hurtgen Forest in which my brother PFC Charles E. Edwards was killed Nov. 27, 1944. We understood from some of his buddies that he was promoted to Staff Sgt. in the field, but none of his records in Washington reflect this promotion. If anyone out there remembers "Eddie" please e-mail me. 
Name: Lawrence E. ( Larry ) Nuckolls
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Bartlett, TN.
Time: 2000-05-23 16:42:49
Comments: My name is Lawrence Nuckolls and I was drafted and left for Vietnam on my 21st birthday ( 11/21/69 ). I was assigned to C CO. 3/22 as a mortar crewman ( 81MM 11C20 ) at FSB CROOK and stayed about a week and then the ARMY, in all its wisdom, transferred me to B CO. 2/22 ( M ) where I stayed until 11/70. I worked in the FDC for the mortar platoon. I usually rode behind the .50 cal with the commo helmet on. I listened to AFVN on a portable radio also, and to this day when I hear "No Time Left" by the Guess Who on the radio, I can still smell the diesel and the dust and the wind riding down the road. While I was between units I got to see the Bob Hope Christmas show. I will never forget the first day and night in Cambodia on 1 MAY 1970. Would like to hear from anyone I served with. Names I can remember are John Nowak, Heitmeyer, Victor Vecera, McKinney, Gary Ogden, LeBlanc, Reese, Robinette, Lt. Oliver, Sgt. "Jake", Dodd, Moody, Capt. Pinsky, Capt. Timmons, LTC Vail, LT ( XO ) Hodnett, Jerry Smith, Sgt. Gray, Kookier, Allman, Ackerman, Yokum, and Chumney ( left me his hammock when he DEROS'ed ). Welcome home to all ! 
Name: Ed Schultz, Fullback 3, 2/22 RVN, 67-68
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida
Time: 2000-05-23 12:03:24
Comments: Just reviewed recent sign-ins and found Harvey Holter's name. We had short overlap in Bn but it has been a long time. Hope he and the rest of you guys, who were once members of the greatest millitary orginization in the free world, are planning on being in Cleveland in October. 
Name: Stephan Crifasi
Website:
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From: Detroit, MI
Time: 2000-05-23 09:16:22
Comments: Look for the Phone Number of the Order of the Bayonet? I Rec. the Order of the Bayonet from l962-62,65-66,68-69,73-75 In Korean US Army Retisred But don't Get the Certificate for it yet? Was In France, Germary, OKI I hope someone can help. Thank you for your time 
Name: James Hardin
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Columbia, PA
Time: 2000-05-23 06:32:12
Comments: The May-June 2000 issue of ARMOR (PB 17-00-3) has an article titled "The Battle of Soui Tre: Viet Cong Infantry Attack on a Fire Base Ends in Slaughter When Armor Arrives" It was written by 1SG Christopher P. Worick, who is currently the First Sergeant of Co C 2-34 Armor at Fort Riley, KN. Not too bad an article, although it seems to imply that the tanks of Armor saved the day. I could be wrong, but I only recall two M48s arriving with Recon Platoon & Co C 2/22 that morning. I am not discounting Armor, we were glad to have them as well as their M88 Recovery Vehicle in the assault line. For that matter we would have welcomed a Snack Truck as long as it could keep up. I sent some corrections to ARMOR and they said they would include them in the next issue. They also sent me a copy of the article in Adobe .PDF format. It requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free from www.adobe.com. It is 1.4mb, if anyone wants a copy, let me know and I will send you one. 
Name: Mike Hodo
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Missouri
Time: 2000-05-22 19:00:57
Comments: I need information/Names of killed and injured in the truck accident near Camp Hale CO in December 1971. Also need information/Name of Soldier killed in the Retriever accident at Ft Carson 1972. 2/22 & 1/22 4th Inf Div Please contact me if you have any info. Thanks 
Name: John Lewis Allen
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Jacksonville Fla.
Time: 2000-05-22 18:40:39
Comments: I want to be on your news letter mailing. Changing my e-mail from work to home. How to change with you or get added to home? 
Name: Dave Hegberg
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Illinois
Time: 2000-05-21 13:31:22
Comments: I was with B company 1/22 Infantry 4th Inf. Div 2nd platoon during the year of 1967 and came home during the TET Offensive of 1968. I was a combat medic and our Comanding Officer was Capt. Buck Ator. I would like hearing from anyone who might remember me or was in that company. 
Name: Maj(Ret) Harvey R. Holter
Website: http:///
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From: Columbus, GA entered Army frm IL.
Time: 2000-05-20 18:21:47
Comments: Received info on Web site from Brad Hull- Thanks Brad I was the commander of "A" Co, 2/22Inf Apr68-Sep68 RVN. Anyone remembering me, please contact me @ HrvHolter@cs.com 
Name: Maj(Ret) Harvey R. Holter
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Columbus, GA entered Army frm IL.
Time: 2000-05-20 18:07:31
Comments: Received info on Web site from Brad Hull- Thanks Brad 
Name: Dan Martus
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Nashville, TN
Time: 2000-05-20 08:29:46
Comments: Greetings fellow infantry grunts! I served with The 4th Inf. Div. 1/22nd, Delta co. 3rd platoon 1969-1970. 
Name: Rick Pugalee
Website: http:///
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From: WV
Time: 2000-05-17 17:42:28
Comments: Bco 4-22 86-90 Cco 2-22 95-99 
Name: Robert McAllister
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Mt. Dora Fl.
Time: 2000-05-16 16:18:27
Comments: I would like to contact anybody that was with Co L the first day we entered the siegfried line. We were sent out on night patrol, was ambushed, I was injured and taken prisoner.I don't know if any of the rest got away or not. If you know any thing I would like to hear from you. Thank you, Bob McAllister 
Name: John Otte
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Harbor City, CA
Time: 2000-05-16 09:07:51
Comments: Bravo Company 3/22 will be hosting their 2nd National Reunion in St. Rose, IL, the dates are July 20 - 23, 2000. We have confirmations that over 100 Bravo Vets will attend. Of course any former 22nd Infantry Veteran is welcome to attend. More details available at our Reunion Website "www.redrival.com/bravo". Respectfully yours, John Otte 
Name: Jack Gardner
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Cleveland Ohio Lincoln High School
Time: 2000-05-14 22:28:36
Comments: I would like info on members of Triple Deuce from Jan 1970 thru Dec 1970. HHC 4.2mtrs. 
Name: Steve L. Morey
Website: http:///
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From: Sumner Wa.
Time: 2000-05-11 16:16:27
Comments: I am looking for "John Morra", I think he was in the 2/22 Recon, He and I were in basic, Vietnam and in Ft. Hood at the same times....If anyone remembers him give me a shout as I am very anxious to find John. I was in the 25th Inf. Div LRRPs in 68 then I went to the 3/4 Cav as an APC Driver....remember our MIAs and POWs. "The Bouncer" 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-05-10 13:08:45
Comments: The May 22nd Infantry Regiment Society newsletter was put into the mail today to all our paid members. Be looking for it in your mailbox soon. If you paid your dues in 1999 but haven't paid yet in 2000, please do so - we went ahead and mailed you a newsletter. This issues features quite a number of stories from Vietnam and WWII plus much more details on our upcoming reunion in October. 
Name: Chris Peters
Website: http:///
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From: Fort Drum, NY
Time: 2000-05-09 22:09:58
Comments: I would like to say great job to all who organize and run this site. I would also like to say hello to all the veterans of the unit and let you know that your efforts in making the unit highly distinguished paid off. I am currently assigned to HHC 2-22 BN Commo here at Fort Drum. 
Name: Patti Crowe
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Columbia, South Carolina
Time: 2000-05-09 18:46:32
Comments: I am looking for anyone who may have served with Col. Lewis Monroe from North Carolina in WW II. Mr. Monroe was in the 22nd Infantry - A Company - 4th Infantry Division. This was around 1944 or so. Lewis is 75 years old and he is very interested in reaching anyone who served with him. Some people that he is especiall interested in looking for are: John Heavener of AL, William Corn of PA, James Bowden of TN and William Perry of LA. Lewis will be attending the celebration in New Orleans in June and he is very excited. Any help locating folks for him is greatly appeciated. Thanks! 
Name: Bill Matz
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 2000-05-09 09:00:06
Comments: Sorry I let VE day slip by without a Kudo to our WWII vets. Well Done! 
Name: George Heidt
Website: http:///
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From: Detroit MI
Time: 2000-05-09 07:43:23
Comments: 30 years ago yesterday, 8 May, 1970, a member of A Co, 1/22 was KIA, working out of FSB Valkyrie, Cambodia. The 4th ID has 7 KIAs listed on the "Wall" for that day. If anyone recognizes one of the following names as being from A Co, please let me know. Charles Davison, Harry Flieger, Patrick Hennen, Richard Matheis, Johnnie Pickens JR, Thomas Standley, or Robert Mincey. Thanks, George Heidt 1/22, Nov 69 - Oct 70 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-05-08 21:34:38
Comments: 55 Years Ago Today - VE Day - May 8, 1945. Eleven months and two days after storming ashore on Utah Beach, our fantastic WWII vets brought Hitler to his knees and ended the "1000 Year Reich". History will never forget the triumphs and tragedies of this great Regiment as they moved from Utah Beach to Cherbourg, on through more hedgerow country to St. Lo, then on through Paris and into Belgium and to become the first Allied troops to breach the Siegfried Line and walk on German soil. The horrific battle in the Hurtgen Forest, helping hold the southern shoulder of the Bulge, back through the Siegfried Line and then on across Germany until they earned the victory they had been fighting so hard for - that is the legacy of our men of the 22nd Infantry Regiment (and 4th Infantry Division) in WWII. Let us never forget their efforts, their successes, and especially let us never forget those who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve our way of life. Deeds not Words! 
Name: Ron Gregorsok
Website: http:///
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From: Bowling Green, OH 43402
Time: 2000-05-08 15:12:30
Comments: 30 years ago RECON 1\22nd Inf was on the recieving end of friendly fire (CAV hunter - killer team) in Cambodia. Of those WIA we have located Jim VanDyke who was our most critically injured and was "dusted off" by the same choppers who shot us up. (3) others with W.P. burns were dusted off several hours later. All of us were lucky and made it back from Cambodia alive. Our EMAIL group, of former "Regulars by GOD" has grown to (7) and we have been lucky enough to have radio logs, copies of orders, Bn. History, and photographs of our visit to Cambodia. Anyone from 1\22nd who was in Cambodia with us, is welcome to any of the info that we are gathering. (outsiders please don't bother us) 
Name: Ron Gregorsok
Website: http:///
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From: Bowling Green, OH 43402
Time: 2000-05-08 15:38:02
Comments: 30 years ago RECON 1\22nd Inf was on the recieving end of friendly fire (CAV hunter - killer team) in Cambodia. Of those WIA we have located Jim VanDyke who was our most critically injured and was "dusted off" by the same choppers who shot us up. (3) others with W.P. burns were dusted off several hours later. All of us were lucky and made it back from Cambodia alive. Our EMAIL group, of former "Regulars by GOD" has grown to (7) and we have been lucky enough to have radio logs, copies of orders, Bn. History, and photographs of our visit to Cambodia. Anyone from 1\22nd who was in Cambodia with us, is welcome to any of the info that we are gathering. (outsiders please don't bother us) 
Name: Ph.CORNIL
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Belgium
Time: 2000-05-08 14:57:12
Comments: 55 years ago, Victory Day in Europe. Just a word to say little after all the American people did : Thanks. What you did was even more important that what you thought. 
Name: SKIP LALIBERTE
Website: http:///
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From: ANAHEIM,CA
Time: 2000-05-07 08:25:42
Comments: I WAS WITH THE B COMPANY 1/22 1968/69.I'M STLL LOOKING FOR TOMMY T.J. JONES OR ROBERT MOORE. IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME OUT I'D APPRCIATE IT. 
Name: Harold G Hall
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Irvine/Richmond, Kentucky
Time: 2000-05-05 22:12:08
Comments: Served with 3rd Platoon, D Company, 1/22, 4th Inf Div in Niet Nam from August, 1969 to August, 1970. Was at Plekui, An Kae, Bong Song(An Lao Valley). Was with Lt. Whitworth(record# 76), Ernie Gonzalez (record# 148)and Garl Hurl (record# 169) All good Grunts! Coming up on the 30th anniversary, May 7, when we went into Cambodia and Lt. Terry Baxter was killed. Proud to have served with a lot of good men and proud of the 4th Inf Div. 
Name: jim tobin
Website: http:///
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From: Originally, New Jersey now Co.
Time: 2000-05-05 22:00:52
Comments: I served as Chaplain at Dau Tieng, 3rd Brigade, 4/67-4/68 Happy to be a member of the 22nd. Great men, great deeds and super reunions. See you in Cleveland. 
Name: kevin Johnson
Website: http:///
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From: St Louis
Time: 2000-05-05 21:24:08
Comments: Hello Regulars. I just finished a great book about the final days of World War II. "Infantry, an oral history of a World War II American Infantry Battalion". It is a compilation of interviews of 54 veterans of the 410th Infantry, 103d Division. The author, Richard Stannard, was a member of 410th and does an excellent job with this book. Anyone interested in WWII stories should definetely check This out. Deeds. 
Name: Gene W. Fitzpatrick
Website: http:///
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From: Milford, CT
Time: 2000-05-02 08:11:56
Comments: I was with the 1/22 E Company as an 81mm Mortar FDC from Jan 1968 to Nov 68. Would love to hear from anyone from that time and place, esp from Zima, Tally, Devito, Davenport, Anderson, Weldon, Brown, Grim, Sage, Wendle, Willenborg, Feelgood, and about six guys named Doc. 
Name: kenneth m. vaughan
Website: http:///
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From: new york
Time: 2000-05-01 22:44:11
Comments: i have been attempting to locate old buddies from nam. there in 1967 1/22nd "A" co. 4th infintry division. Trying to find two guys i was with Monte Mitchell and Edward Horowsksi, along with Captain Raymon Crawford. Anyone who may have info would greatly appreciate the aid and assistance. need back-up for claim from injury in the field of battle. thanks Ken 
Name: Ronald A.Ruen
Website: http:///
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From: Decorah , IA
Time: 2000-05-01 20:26:27
Comments: Would like to get in touch with the Ronald L. Jones from Media, PA who posted message on 4-27-00, but no e-mail address available. Can anyone help me out? Ronald A. Ruen Delta 3/22 '68 
Name: Doug Syvertson
Website: http:///
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From: Denver, CO
Time: 2000-04-30 13:54:53
Comments: HHC 3/22 68-69 
Name: Jim
Website: http:///
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From: Montgomery, IL
Time: 2000-04-30 12:19:12
Comments: I served with Co. A, 3/22, 25th Division from August '69 to Jan. '70 when I was wounded on the "saddle" between NuiBaDin and NuiCau and medivac'd to Tay Ninh base camp then back to the "world". I'm looking for some of the guys who were in the same unit. Would really like to hear from Chester "Jody" Latham, Rex Petri, Mike Pillsbury, Donny Poole, etc. Spent time at FSB's Washington and Crook and spent almost the entire month of October '69 working with the ARVN's. Upon my return to the world was assigned to Ft. Carson to serve out my time and ran into one person who was also an RTO with our platoon who went to the HHC. Please get in touch with me. 
Name: DARIMONT
Website: http:///
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From: Belgium
Time: 2000-04-30 08:09:44
Comments: Have understood all some of your commitments during the Vietnam war reading Lieutenant Babcock's book. 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
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From: Walnut, Mississippi,USA
Time: 2000-04-28 20:58:21
Comments: Keep up the good work gang! Still looking for guys from Recon 3/22 E Company 1968-69. Nam's Angels. Also, check out the bookstore there are some 'great' ones there. Deeds not Words! 
Name: Steve Carlson
Website: http:///
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From: Moline, Il
Time: 2000-04-28 19:40:42
Comments: Hey-Just saw a news report on the local TV station about this Navy guy on a supply ship off the coast of VN in 64. Claims he feels guilty of never being in combat and NEEDS to go to VN so he can unload this heavy baggage of guilt he has been carrying all these years. I sent an E-mail to the station informing them that this guy had 10 more years to see some combat if he really wanted to. What an insult. I figure there must be some mgt. at the TV station carrying some "wannebe guilt" also. I also reminded them that 30 years ago real soldiers went to Cambodia and they weren't looking to make any TV nightly news. Best Regards, Steve A/3/22/25th 69-70 
Name: jones ronald l
Website: http:///
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From: media pennsylvania
Time: 2000-04-27 17:07:12
Comments: got letter in mail. lot of familiar names. life long friends that will never forget. brothers in arms forever. with 3/22 dec 67 dec 68. good times and bad with alot of great people. think of the people every once and awhile. how people so young where called upon to do the job we did. its great to find this page and hope to here from some of the people. 
Name: Franklin R. Benhart
Website: http:///
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From: Augusta,GA-Ft.Gordon
Time: 2000-04-27 14:36:12
Comments: I am searching for anyone who knew my father Lt. Frank R. Benhart in Vietnam 8-25-67 through 8-24-68 or Capt. Frank R. Benhart 12-10-69 through 12-03-70. During his first tour he was forward artillery with B3/22. Second tour I believe he was assigned to headquarters as a military advisor. He passed away 14 April 2000. Thanks for any information you can forward to me. 
Name: chuck martin
Website: http:///
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From: royal oak,mich
Time: 2000-04-25 14:35:57
Comments: great page,served with 2/22 hhc company,recon platoon,1969 an70,keep up the good work,deeds not words brother. 
Name: Alan Smyth
Website:
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From: London /England
Time: 2000-04-24 05:49:58
Comments: well put together web page, I'm from the u.k with a very deep interest in the 4th and units attached to it during vietnam, if anybody from the 22nd would like to e-mail me with the story of their tour in vietnam please feel free to do so. It is for a project that I am putting together. Yours from england AL. 
Name: William Ripley
Website: http:///
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From: Indiana
Time: 2000-04-22 15:40:24
Comments: I have been interested in WWII for some time, and as a result have started a WWII living history museum, and I contact veterans of WWII. I would like to invite all WWII veterans who read this to drop me a line. I am especially interested in all stories dealing with your time in combat, and as much detail as you can provide on what you did while on the line, what you wore, what personal items you carried, pretty much anything. The information is going to two places: 1) The stories will be going into a book telling of the war as seen through the veterans eye's, and not some "Hollywood ideal". 2) All the descriptions of uniforms, equipment, etc will be used by my living history group to make our public displays that much better. Any and all help is appreciated. All I ask is you include your name, rank, and unit. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks in advance. William Ripley 
Name: Brandon Greenfield
Website: http:///
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From: Michigan
Time: 2000-04-21 02:27:26
Comments: I served with the 22nd for seven years. First with the 1/22 Inf reactivated at Fort Drum,NY. Second with the 3/22 Inf at Schofield Barracks, HI. I was in the first Infantry battalion activated at Fort Drum, NY in 1986.I remember living living on old post for those begining years before new post was completed. Always will remember the pine trees grew on an angle because of the wind. Boy, those were some mild winters. NOT! 
Name: Kim Bennett
Website: http:///
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From: Anaheim , Calif.
Time: 2000-04-19 17:16:22
Comments: 1969 - 1970 1st platoon, co.B 1/22, am looking for friends that I served with in my platoon , or company.My thanks to the creators of this website.Have hoped to find something like this for a long time. 
Name: roger l hale
Website: 
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From: macon n c
Time: 2000-04-18 14:04:35
Comments: served as bn maint officer hq and hq co 3/22 walking regulars july 69 july 70 
Name: Bill Cooper
Website: http:///
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From: Charleston, WV
Time: 2000-04-18 12:07:50
Comments: Served with 3/22 in 68-69. Just returned from Vietnam. Was able to go to Cu Chi, Tay Ninh, Dau Tieng, Nui Ba Den and that was just for starters. Had a wonderful time and will go back again. For those wanting to go I recommend you contact Ann Tours in Saigon. E mail me and I will get you in touch. 
Name: stephanie r holt
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 2000-04-18 05:57:17
Comments: Thank you for making the world a safer place to live. 
Name: James A. McCrory
Website: http:///
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From: Pennsylvania
Time: 2000-04-16 14:04:53
Comments: Iam looking for information or anyone who might remember my uncle 2nd. Lt. James R. McCrory. He was a replacement assigned to E Co. 2 nd Bn. 22inf. Reg. on Aug.25.1944 and was KIA on Aug. 1, 1944. The dates should be close, They were given to me by my father who at the time was a 19 year old wast gunner on a B-24 in Italy. 
Name: Gary Hurl
Website: http:///
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From: Fraser,Michigan
Time: 2000-04-13 17:38:03
Comments: Lt. Whitworth and Ernie Gonzales, nice to know you are still out there. Several of us have had a reunion. If you remember any of the following names let me know. Roger Grim, Sgt. Harold Hall, Dave"Moose"HInkels, Dan"Tiny"Martus, Eugene Maue, Bob"FO"Nehring, Bob"Polock"Palecny or Burke Washington. Went to the Wall this last year. Hope to hear from you. 
Name: Jill Griffin
Website: http:///
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From: Columbus City Iowa
Time: 2000-04-13 03:24:06
Comments: I wanted to sign the guestbook and I'm looking for anyone who remembers my brother James Dean Johnson KIA 3/3/70. He was with the 2/22 25th. infantry, Company A. He was killed with his Lt. in Binh Duong. Thank you! I have found one man so far with the help of these sites and guestbooks. 
Name: Dan Wolfe
Website: http:///
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From: Pennsylvania
Time: 2000-04-09 18:23:34
Comments: Very Interesting I was researching information on my great grandfather William Lewis. He served with Company C of the 22nd during the Spanish American War. 
Name: Alan Proudman
Website: http:///
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From: Scotrun,PA/Green Valley,AZ
Time: 2000-04-09 15:36:19
Comments: My sister's fiance was killed in action in France on June 21, 1944. He was a member of Co K 3rd Batt 22nd Inf. His name is Ben Wisner and was from the Watertown area of New York State. I was a 13 year old kid when I met Ben and have never forgotten what a great guy he was. If any person out there knew Ben I would love to hear from you. Thanks. 
Name: Mike
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 2000-04-08 23:17:29
Comments: Your webpage is very well done, thank you for all of the time you've invested in doing such a first-rate job on it! I saw in one of these veteran's website guestbooks a comment about a stirring new novel,"The Triumph and the Glory". Curious, I got a copy from amazon.com, read it, and was quite impressed. Like that other fellow, I always appreciate hearing about a good book, so I'm passing on the word whenever I visit a military website. But more to the point, I just wanted to let you know I was here and like what you've done with your webpage. Keep up the good work, it IS appreciated! 
Name: matthew rovery
Website: http:///
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From: new york
Time: 2000-04-08 18:50:05
Comments: i just wanted to let the 22nd know that the men that gave their lives in World War II in the Huertgan Forest were very brave. I just finished a book by George Wilson going into detail about it and I'm researching a paper and figured I throw in my 2 cents. Good Job Fellas 
Name: Franklin D. Wilson
Website: http:///
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From: Fitchburg, Wisconsin
Time: 2000-04-06 18:30:08
Comments: Please keep me informed of any forthcoming reunions. 
Name: Peter Poulos III
Website: http:///
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From: Oregon
Time: 2000-04-06 17:58:35
Comments: I served in B Co. 3/22 INF in Hawaii in 1994-97 until it was deactivated and turned into 2/35. 
Name: Joseph E. Kasprzak
Website: http:///
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From: Oxford. NY
Time: 2000-04-06 15:31:29
Comments: Just wanted to let you all know that we have moved! our new address is: 365 stafford Rd. Oxford. New York. 13830 Also as you can see I"m up and running on the P.C. Sure got a lot to learn yet.Deeds Not words"" Hope to make the renunion.Your Friend(Ski) 
Name: cathy arnett
Website: 
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From: greenwell Springs,Louisiana,outside of baton rouge
Time: 2000-04-04 17:45:33
Comments: My Dad,Floyd Hudgins, of the 22nd infantry regiment,a D Day survivor and hero in my eyes,still refuses to learn to use and access a computer,but I am now offering a schedule of the grand opening events to anyone interested.The D day museum site does not have a detailed schedule posted on their site.simply e mail me from my home page, or just e mail me and I will be happy to fill you in on the details. I am so glad to have found your site !!! this is a wonderful organization,and Daddy attends the reunions every year.I live about an hour from the museum,and plan to volunteer to help out during the grand opening.I would love to hear from anyone who wants more info about the museum's grand opening...or anything about Louisiana,in general.Be prepared to fork out some dough,though,because the hotels are filling up very quickly and some are full now. I would advise anyone to go ahead and reserve your room now.I also would love to hear from any of Daddy's friends or other veterans of any war.God bless you all. 
Name: Gene Putnal
Website: http:///
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From: Valdosta, Ga, USA
Time: 2000-04-04 17:14:42
Comments: Email Network of MAAG/MACV Kontum Province,RVN Vets (30+) looking for our Teammates. Seeking all Grades/Ranks/Teams/Years. We are new, informal, and non-political... devoted to finding our teammates, renewing friendships, and sharing memories. Current membership from 1963 thru 1971. Planning Kontum Reunion in 2002. If you served in Kontum Province with MAAG or MACV please contact me...Thanks, 22d Inf Regt and Welcome Home to All! 
Name: Mike Hodo
Website: http:///
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From: Doniphan Missouri
Time: 2000-03-31 23:12:26
Comments: Served with HHC 2/22 & 1/22 Inf 4th Inf Div Oct 1971- March 1973 Ft Carson. I'm searching for Alan Hall and Roger Honerkamp. Also I'm searching for anyone who knows about the Suicide at Ft Leonard Wood 1971, and the St Louis Bus station Shooting 1971. Thanks Mike Hodo 
Name: Winfred R. Wertman
Website: http:///
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From: Elverson, Pa.
Time: 2000-03-31 09:48:51
Comments: My father is a veteran of the 22nd regiment, M company, 4th division. He would like to know if anyone has information about the men in his company. Any help can be sent to my e-mail address and would be greatly appreciated and if possible answered. 
Name: chris tuccio
Website: http:///
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From: new york
Time: 2000-03-30 10:30:33
Comments: am currently stationed w/ HHC 2-22 Inf. 
Name: TED POWELL
Website: http:///
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From: DUMAS, TX
Time: 2000-03-29 03:38:07
Comments: FOUND THIS SITE FOR FORMER MEMBER OF THE 22ND, VIC LEWIS OF 1110 MILLER,DUMAS, TX 79029. 
Name: Tim Kinsella
Website: http:///
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From: Rochester, New York
Time: 2000-03-27 18:11:26
Comments: Served with the 4th at Ft Lewis from Jan 1965 til June 1966.Was in both Alpha Co and HHC 1st Bn 22nd Inf. Started out as a 11B but was transferred to HHC as the Bn Crypto clerk because I had a secret clearance. This was just the beginning and I stayed in the reserves and retired as a CSM. Just got me a new internet provider and had to send in my new address. 
Name: Nelson R. Santos
Website: http:///
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From: Pennsylvania
Time: 2000-03-27 08:09:48
Comments: I was surprise to find a friend at FORSCOM who was assigned as a commander to A Co 3/22nd Inf Regiment during Vietnam. I, myself, was assigned to A Co 3/22nd Inf Regiment when it was redesignated on Jul 86, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. It is a very small world to find others that were assigned to this outstanding unit. God bless America and our service members. 
Name: CPT Kyle A. Korcha
Website: http:///
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From: Fort Polk, LA
Time: 2000-03-22 19:05:02
Comments: I served as a platoon leader in A/1-22 IN, an XO in B/1-22 IN and a S-3 Air between June 1993 to AUG 1996. I was lucky enough to serve with this great battalion in both Somalia and Haiti. It would be great to hear from anyone that served in 1-22 during this time, especially if you served in A or B companies. "Deeds Not Words" 
Name: robert l thomas [hanson]
Website: http:///
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From: tacoma,wa
Time: 2000-03-21 23:07:11
Comments: hi guys: seen this in the newsletter so i thought i would check it out.served with hhc and a co 2/22 from jan68to dec68 hope to see you all in oct. bob 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
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From: Walnut, Mississippi,USA
Time: 2000-03-21 16:07:57
Comments: Happy 3/22nd day gang. Alday! Ya beat me to it!!! (how ya been?)Take care all men of the 22nd Infantry, love you guys! Will be there for any one of you, just let me know if you need help! Anywhere-Anytime-Any22nd person AAA From the snake-eater. Gene "Sarge" Ladnier. "Deeds not Words" 
Name: John S. Kapior
Website: http:///
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From: Oak Lawn, Il.
Time: 2000-03-21 07:12:25
Comments: 33 Years ago to the day the Battle of Soui Tre was fought heroically and against numerical enemy superiority but yet the outnumbered defenders prevailed with the fortitude and the help of God's Will. Ironically I served with B CO 3/22 3rd Platoon for Basic Training Only. Later I went to A Troop 1/10 Cav and when we first arrived in Pleiku from Tuy Hoa the first Ivy Leaves newsletter was about this battle which I have the original copy of. At the time I didnt know who was KIA or wounded but eventually found out. Let us ALL take a moment from our busy schedules to reflect on the SUPREME SACRIFICES that these men made so that we can enjoy the FREEDOMS that WE ALL ENJOY TODAY. LESS WE NEVER FORGET 
Name: Ernesto Gonzalez
Website: http:///
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From: Fontana, Calilfornia
Time: 2000-03-20 23:55:04
Comments: I am trying to locate Robert Trickle,Staff Sergeant 1/22 Delta company 4th infantry division, please if you read this message contact me. (909)355-6821 We served together in 1969-70 under Lt.Terry Baxter. who died in Cambodia, May of 1970 Ernesto Gonzalez 
Name: Ed Shelnutt
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 2000-03-20 12:39:20
Comments: I'm assisting a friend in trying to get additional information about his brother, Joseph Mack Clark, who served with the 22nd in WWII. He was KIA on 2/8/45 near the German border. His brothers haven't been able to find out anything further about his unit, his friends or his death. His military records were some of those destroyed when the records center was burned in the early 70's. any leads would be appreciated. I'm afraid that I don't have any other information to help. If anyone out there knew this gentleman, his family would appreciate hearing from you. Please contact me at my email address. Thanks-Ed Shelnutt 
Name: Andrew Alday
Website: 
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From: Kula, Maui, Hawaii.
Time: 2000-03-20 06:02:33
Comments: Greetings to all of my Brothers in the 3rd Battalion on our day of the year, 3/22 ! Aloha, Andrew Alday, "Alpha", 3rd of the 22nd Infantry, 1968. " DEEDS NOT WORDS ! " 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
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From: Walnut, MS
Time: 2000-03-18 17:03:16
Comments: Keep up the good work gang. Still looking for men from E Co 3/22 Recon from the time period Aug 68 to Jun 69. Also, If any of you gang like Civil War, I receitly published a novel titled "Fame's Eternal Camping Ground" about the Battle of Brice's Crossroads, where Nathan Bedford Forrest (The Wizard of the Saddle meets Benjamin Grierson (the Horse Soldier). It's on Amazon.com and Borders.com under the title. Take care and may God Bless you all. Doctor Gene Ladnier "Deeds not Words" 
Name: James (Mike) Mobley
Website: http:///
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From: Jefferson , Ga. 30549
Time: 2000-03-17 19:10:54
Comments: Great Site ! I am impressed with the whole site , but I found the VietNam section very interesting . I am a VietNam vet . I was in the 2/22 (Mech)HHQ Company at Dau Tieng from Jan. 1 , 1968 till Nov. 24 , 1968 . I would like to hear from anyone who knew Michael (Doc) Wittevrongel A Co. 2/22 . He was killed in Hua Nghia , VietNam on 5/13/68 . He was a friend ! Keep up the good work ! 
Name: Milt Bremer
Website: http:///
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From: Sherman Oaks, CA
Time: 2000-03-17 09:58:57
Comments: Always interesting to see the comments of other Double Deucers. Hope to see many old friends at the Cleveland reunion. 
Name: SSG Robert McAllister
Website: http:///
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From: Mt.Dora Fl;.
Time: 2000-03-16 19:40:46
Comments: Iwant to thank W P Morris & Bob Babcock for telling me about this web page.It GREAT. I served with Co L 22Reg 3Bat. 4th Div. Istarted Dday plus 10 and went from St.Lo to the zeigfred line. went on night patrol got wonded and taken prisoner. I've often wandered about the rest of the Squad, if any got out okay. Iwas the only prisoner. If anyone knows any thing I would sure like to hear from any of you. Contact me at bob2gina@yahoo.com Thanks a million 
Name: John (and Diane) Harrell
Website: http:///
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From: LaGrange, GA
Time: 2000-03-16 18:10:56
Comments: Awb Norris led us here.......Great site!! 
Name: Chester R. Cowan, Jr.
Website: ../../My Download Files/www.lake-riverfront.com
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From: Tallahassee, FL
Time: 2000-03-16 16:04:40
Comments: My dad was in the 22nd during WWII. I am researching the existance and activities of Camp Gordon Johnston that was near here (Tallahassee) during that time. Any information or stories would be appreciated. 
Name: Ralph R Burger
Website: http:///
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From: Pittsburgh Pa.
Time: 2000-03-14 20:10:38
Comments: I'm glad I found this page! 
Name: Anita Slater Capps
Website: http:///
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From: Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075
Time: 2000-03-14 13:52:29
Comments: My father Staff. Sgt. Earl G Slater served 1-42/11-29-44 as supply sergeant, G Co.2nd Bat., 22nd Inf. Could anyone put him in touch with 1st Sgt.Percy Duette. Duette was also with G Co, transferred to 3rd Bat. in England and was wounded on D-Day. My dad would also like to know about PFC Leroy Carter. Carter was in G Co., left Camp Gorden, GA, for OCS in August of 1942. Carter was wounded in Italy. Any information would be appreciated. June 3-6 Earl Slater will be at the dedicaton of the D-Day Museum at the old Higgens Boat Factory in New Orleans. He would love to see anyone from his old unit there. You may correspond with him on my E-mail address. 021974@bellsouth.net. Thanks for a wonderful page! 
Name: Bill Lamar
Website: http:///
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From: indy
Time: 2000-03-14 03:41:06
Comments: Was a Manchu 69-70. Just wanted to say thanks for getting me out of trouble many times. Thanks to the Triple Deuce. 
Name: Nick Salerno
Website: http:///
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From: Kenosha, Wisconsin
Time: 2000-03-13 10:48:25
Comments: Bros, I'm researching my personal expeiances in Veit Nam, Aug. 1968 to March 1969. I want to list the battles I was in and document them. I was in A company 2nd of the 22nd. Some dates I remember are: Sept. 19th 1968, Nov. 27th 1968[ the day before Thanksgiving] and a day early in Jan. 1969.[the day Lt, Ascher died] Any input from any body would be appreceated. Thanks to all! Nick Salerno 
Name: Ken Harris
Website: http:///
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From: Morrow, Ga
Time: 2000-03-10 22:22:04
Comments: Started off in Radar Platoon 2/22 67. Transfered to Little Bears as a door gunner while 2/22 was headed to Siagon after TET 
Name: david c ramsey
Website: http:///
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From: edgemoor s.c.
Time: 2000-03-10 20:53:44
Comments: to ronald brown i was with c co 1/22 4 th inf div from 1966-1967.i went over on the boat when we left fort lewis in 1966.ronald write me back at my e-mail address .ronald have you heard from any other guys from c company.ronald i don't remember a lot of people from vietnam, . 
Name: Robert Earl hazelett
Website: http:///
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From: Portland, Oregon
Time: 2000-03-10 07:06:37
Comments: Greetings to ANY former or present member of the 22nd Infantry. I served with A Company 1957 to 1959. 
Name: Daniel Noel
Website: http:///
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From: Wisconsin
Time: 2000-03-10 00:01:50
Comments: I was a Regular By God from 1986-1988. To this day it is one of my proudest and memorable achievements. 
Name: peter
Website: 
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From: New mexico
Time: 2000-03-09 19:22:37
Comments: Just stopped by to see what information you had about Somalia. 
Name: Tim Gardner
Website: http:///
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From: Illinois
Time: 2000-03-08 12:48:39
Comments: Bravo Co 3/22inf Served from 1987-1991 
Name: Richard W.Hornery
Website: http:///
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From: Australia
Time: 2000-03-07 17:32:41
Comments: I served in South Vietnam in 1967-68 I was with the 2nd.Battalion Royal Australian Regimen and I have some fond memories of my American allies I seved with. 
Name: Ronald Brown
Website: http:///
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From: Middleton, Wi.
Time: 2000-03-05 19:08:45
Comments: I was with C co 1-22 Inf. form Feb 66 to Jun 67. Would like to hear from the rest of you guys that were there at that time. 
Name: Lane Sterling
Website: http:///
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From: B 3/22---68-69
Time: 2000-03-05 16:37:27
Comments: Hi brothers 
Name: Doug Beliakoff
Website: http:///
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From: Orange County, CA
Time: 2000-03-05 14:18:36
Comments: In 1985 I was S-4 of the 1st Bn 19th Inf when it was converted to the 3rd Bn (Light) 22nd Infantry under the Army's new regimental system. The two commanders I served under were LTC Craiger Parker, then LTC (later BG) Ed Mitchell. The CSM was CSM Freddie Manning. These names should be added to the Commanders and CSMs lists. 
Name: SGT COLIN ROCKY LANHAM
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From: WASHINGTON D.C & MARYLAND
Time: 2000-03-04 08:00:56
Comments: I WAS WITH B CO 1/22 INF 4 DIV FROM 1968-1969 I LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO WAS IN MY COMPANY "REGULARS by GOD" I WAS CALLED " ROCKY" BACK THEN 
Name: Erik Xavier Eagle
Website: http:///
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From: Washington D.C.
Time: 2000-03-02 19:25:29
Comments: I am a lightfighter, Specialist Eagle 2/22 Bravo Co. Actually at this moment I am LTC Meadows Driver/RTO. It is with great pride that I can say I love my unit. Every morning I wake up and saay "It's a great day to be a lightfighter". I recently ran accross your news letter. I loved reading all the stories of the men who have gone before me. I think of them as brothers I have yet to meet. I'll be back, and I'm bringing a fire-team with me. Then I'll bring the Platoon, and then the Company and then the rest of the Battalion. Eagle 6 out. 
Name: Charles Cook
Website: http:///
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From: Denver, Colorado
Time: 2000-03-01 23:48:42
Comments: In country 1968-1969, HHC 3RD BN 22ND INFANTRY- TAY NINH Looking for units members for this time period. I recieved a x/mas card from Top Brown every year. Hope to hear from any others 
Name: Warren S. Coonce
Website: http:///
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From: Eagle River, AK
Time: 2000-03-01 21:29:07
Comments: I was assigned to B Company, 2/22 Inf, November, 1966 thru November, 1967. I was assigned to the 172nd 1977-1981. I did not know that the 22nd Infantry was in Alaska. 
Name: Ron Harris
Website: 
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From: NC
Time: 2000-02-28 16:25:21
Comments: Nice Site, well done. 
Name: John Otte
Website: http:///
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From: California
Time: 2000-02-27 22:08:07
Comments: Just received notice that Colonel John Bender, original 3/22 battalion commander in Vietnam, passed away January 3, 2000. Have not heard or seen anything on the net, wanted to let all that new Colonel Bender the sad news. 
Name: Denny Carroll
Website: 
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From: Originally Eureka, Calif
Time: 2000-02-27 17:01:00
Comments: I just found this when I was researching my grandfather who was in the 22nd Infantry. He was in the 22nd co. f, From Feb. 1902 thru Feb 1905 in the Philippines. He was in the hospital corp. An Irishman who just was out for adventure and got I guess. His name was John Moran a Private. Fought the filipinos during the insurrection. Liked the Philippines and the filipinos though. He stayed there after his discharge and married 2 filipina ladies. One was my grandmother. Thank God for the 22nd or I wouldn't be here. 
Name: Aaron Smith
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: McAlester Ok. Served with 3/13 FA, 25th Div in Viet Nam 1968-1971 two tours
Time: 2000-02-27 12:10:35
Comments: Just stopped in to see if you had anything on 2/22 during Viet Nam 
Name: Ken Blakely
Website: http://www.212infantry.com/
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From: 
Time: 2000-02-25 22:06:12
Comments: To the men of the 22nd. I enjoy this site very much and consider you all brothers.I visit this place often. Without you the 2/12th and other units of the 25th would have been in dire straights.The men I know like Chuck Boyle, Awb Norris,Bill Schwindt and a medic named David Chedester.I could never pay just gratitude for the help and inspiration they have been. God Bless you all Ken 
Name: Ronald Mc Watters
Website: http:///
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From: Villa Rica Ga.
Time: 2000-02-25 11:20:57
Comments: Served With 4th Div B CO. 1/22 66/67 NAM. 
Name: Carson A Shrawder
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Hummels Wharf, PA
Time: 2000-02-24 19:43:43
Comments: Hello guys. I served with 4th div, 22nd inf, 3rd bat, Co M in WWII 1944-45. I was a machine gunner & an 81mm mortarman. Fought in Hurtgen Forest and the Battle of the Bulge. Just looking for someone I might remember or someone who may remember me. 
Name: James W. Campbell
Website: http:///
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From: Prestonsburg, Kentucky
Time: 2000-02-23 07:13:51
Comments: I transfered in from the 196th LIB in April 67 to the 4th Div. at Dui Teng. Was a squad leader in C co. 3/22. Came home in Sept. and was station at Ft.Know for the rest of my service as a DI. Enjoyed serving with the 4th what little time I was with you. Spent a lot of time in the rubber plantation, mostly ambush patrols. Thanks for letting me serve with you. James W.Campbell SSgt 
Name: Scott Kirkpatrick
Website: http:///
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From: Essex, Ct
Time: 2000-02-22 17:47:50
Comments: I signed on last year looking for fellow vets from my old unit: Mar. 68-Mar.- 69 2/22 HHC 4.2" "High Angle High. Today was the day I wanted to make a second stab at it. I would like to hear from anyone that remembers. Thanks! 
Name: Norman T. Nishikubo
Website: http:///
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From: San Gabriel, CA
Time: 2000-02-22 15:35:55
Comments: To all Former & Present Triple Deucers, Happy Triple Deuce Day. Magnet 
Name: Andrew Alday
Website: 
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From: Kula, Maui, Hawaii.
Time: 2000-02-22 07:30:40
Comments: Hey "REGULARS" ! Looks like our President "Bob" Babcock beat me to the punch by wishing all our Brothers from the 2nd Battalion a happy day ! Enjoy your "Day of the Year" ! Aloha, Andrew Alday, 1st Platoon, "Alpha" Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, Vietnam, III Corps, 1968. " DEEDS NOT WORDS ! " 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-02-22 05:42:50
Comments: Happy 2-22 Day! All you Triple Deucers who served with, or are currently in, the 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment should enjoy this one day of the year that is totally devoted to you. This is a great day to reflect back on the great accomplishments of your battalion, dating back to the War of 1812, the Indian Wars, Spanish American War, Philippines, World War II, Vietnam, Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia and all the peace time exploits of the great men of 2-22. Today is also a great day to pick up the phone and call that long lost buddy that you haven't talked to in years. Enjoy your day - you deserve it. Deeds not Words! Lead with Courage! From Bob Babcock and all the men of the 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. P.S. Isn't it nice that George Washington picked your day to be born on...... 
Name: Tongia Sanders
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Clinton, LA
Time: 2000-02-21 19:41:47
Comments: I love that 22nd Infantry. Major Charles Boyle and Colonel AWB are my good friends. 
Name: Jerry Welch
Website: http:///
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From: Beverly, Ohio
Time: 2000-02-20 18:40:43
Comments: Guess my E-mail address didn't make it. Also would like to hear from anyone who sereved with C 1/22 70-71. You asked for names of men KIA who served with our unit..One of these men was Thoma Porter he was shot off of Firebase Terrace not action as I wrote before. 
Name: jerry m welch
Website: http:///
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From: Beverly, Ohio 45775
Time: 2000-02-20 18:20:57
Comments: Changed e-mail address and wanted to update the record. Was with Charlie Co 1/22 70-71 Tom Porter was killed off of firebase action in Aug 1970. 
Name: Gary L. Ogden
Website: http:///
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From: Casper,wyoming
Time: 2000-02-19 21:31:23
Comments: Hi all! I served with the 2/22 mech in 69-70 based out of Cu Chi Vietnam. Didn't know that there was an association. I will check into this further. Am looking for anyone and everyone I served with. Have found some that were in the unit before and after but none while there. Maybe this will help. 
Name: Zach Schwarting
Website: http:///
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From: Morganton NC
Time: 2000-02-18 18:22:53
Comments: Thank you for a page honoring one the finest regiments in the army. I had the pleasure of serving with 4th Battalion 22nd from 14Jan94 to its deactivation in 1995. Please keep up the good work. Regulars By God! 
Name: TERRY SEAY
Website: http:///
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From: CHARLESTON, SC
Time: 2000-02-18 12:38:07
Comments: I SERVED WITH D CO & HHC 3/22/25ID FROM AUG 69 TO JUL 70 IN RVN. YOU CAN REACH ME DURING BUSINESS HOURS AT 800/968-4751. WWW.TERRRYSEAY@WSPAN.COM. 
Name: War-Records
Website: 
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From: 
Time: 2000-02-18 10:22:38
Comments: World Wide Web Information Release A comprehensive collection of Vietnam records is now available on the World Wide Web. Please point your browsers to the following URL: http://www.War-Records.com/ "... the scrapbook ..." Search and Find "... who what when where why ..." "... the old unit ..." "... in memory of ..." "... Landing Zones and Firebases ..." "... the personnel roster ..." "... just veteran pictures ..." "... help with claims ..." 
Name: DENNIS D SCHUDAR
Website: http:///
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From: NORTH DAKOTA
Time: 2000-02-17 18:08:12
Comments: WAS WITH DELTA COMPANY 1/22 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION BASE CAMP ENARI 1967-1968 1ST PLATOON 
Name: Ron Gregorsok
Website: http:///
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From: Bowling Green, OH
Time: 2000-02-16 17:36:08
Comments: I was in 1\22nd RECON 1970. I don't recall others knocking recon. Perhaps, you are being a tad bit too sensitive????? Those of us who were 'really' there, got tough skin. Little things "DON'T MEAN NOTHING". 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
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From: Missa-friggin-sippi
Time: 2000-02-16 15:46:56
Comments: Hey guys! Thanks for all the good poop on the men of the 22nd Infantry. We were there, we did our thing. The only thing that kinda bothers me is the fact that from what I have read on the net so far, some people seem to the knocking the recon guys! That ain't fair! My boys of E Company, 3/22, "Nams Angels" went out, kicked some major bootie, and provided a lot of incredibly valuable info for the guys back at bat tock. We took a lot of risks, lost a few "loved ones" but did our thing. Natch we were glamorous, what with our combat motorcycles, cammo fatigues, crip identity, and all that bull, but we went into some spots where many of the regular grunts wouldn't ever, never want to be. So, cut us a break guys. We were all there. My boys did their thing to the max! An, I'm awful proud of them. PS I went back as a Snake eater, Special Forces, did my 1-1, 1-2, thing, but the boys of the 22d are the GREATEST! "DEEDS NOT WORDS" 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-02-15 19:57:59
Comments: The February 2000 Newsletter is in the final stages of stuffing and labeling for mailing and will be put in the bulk mail post office on Friday, Feb 18 to all members who have paid their dues. If you are not an active member and would like to receive our quarterly newsletter, please send your $10 dues to PO Box 682222, Marietta, GA 30068. Deeds not Words! Lots of good stories from WWII and Vietnam in this issue, plus one from the Indian Wars and one from a mission of 3-22 to the Pacific in 1993, plus much more. Full details on the Cleveland reunion are in this newsletter as well. 
Name: bruce (doc)smith
Website: http://3rdm.net/
Referred by: From a Friend
From: washington, pa.
Time: 2000-02-14 21:44:45
Comments: great site- makes me so proud- co.c 2/22 sept.68-sept.69 tay ninh, dau tieng, go da ha, trang bang, iron triangle. hope some of my old buddies see this and get in touch.i just found this site and am joining immediately. hope to see some old buddies in cleveland.long live the 22nd. deeds not words. 
Name: Todd Campbell
Website: http:///
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From: Missouri
Time: 2000-02-13 20:54:35
Comments: HHC 222 Feb 91- Dec 94 
Name: James Franklin Vaughan
Website:
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From: Silver Spring, Maryland
Time: 2000-02-13 17:50:55
Comments: My Grandfather Frank Smith Vaughan was with the 22nd Infantry in Cuba and the Phillipines from 1898 to 1901. 
Name: Lonnie Davenport
Website: http:///
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From: Stockton, California
Time: 2000-02-12 04:33:27
Comments: I was a rifleman with companies D and E of the 1st of the 22nd Infantry from December 1967 to December 1968. Thank you for having this website. I would like to hear from others who served in my unit at the same time. It's been over thirty years and I'd like to get in touch. 
Name: Randy L Talley Jr
Website: http:///
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From: Milwaukee Wisconsin
Time: 2000-02-10 17:10:19
Comments: My Dad, Randy Lynn Talley was a Lieutenant in Vietnam late 67-68. He was 25th Infantry 2nd 22nd. A triple duecer or so I've learned. He fought in Soui Cut, and Tet. He was injured when an APC he was in hit a mine. I am looking for anyone who fought with or remembers my dad, and can tell me anything at all about him. For domestic reasons, I never knew him, but heard good things about him as a soldier and leader from Ron Russell who served under him, and was wounded on the same day. No liars please, I will check out your story. 
Name: DONALD F. NIVERSON
Website: http:///
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From: CALIFORNIA
Time: 2000-02-09 20:32:32
Comments: BEEN THINKING A LOT ABOUT MY YEAR IN VIET NAM LATELY. SO I THOUGHT WHY NOT SEE WHATS ON THE WEB AND FOUND THIS SITE. ITS A WONDERFUL WEBSITE. MORE THAN I EXPECTED TO FIND. I SERVED WITH CO A,I/22 FROM JUNE 1970 UNTIL THE FOURTH DEPLOYED HOME LATER THAT YEAR. AS YOU ARE WELL AWARE WE WERE ATTACHED TO THE 1ST FIELD FORCE AND DID DUTY AT A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT BASES. 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
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From: Walnut, MS
Time: 2000-02-09 18:08:34
Comments: Hey guys! After my stint with recon 3/22, I went on to Airborne,Ranger, Special Forces and back to Nam with SF as a 1-2 and 1-1. But, my time with the "Regulars" was the greatest. As tripflare noted, I liked to go out from APsites and look for the bad guys, but, that was my hang-up! I still wanna find out about the guys of "Nam's Angels" cause when I got zapped, I lost all contact. Anyone remember LTC Hunt or CSM Adams? I finally gotta LT for the platoon after seven or eight months his name was LT Steven Campbell. A ring knocker. Anyone know what happened to him. I'm desperate guys! I wanna find my lost platoon! REcon (Nam's Angels) 1968-1969 Tay Ninh, out of Buell, sometimes out of Washington and finaly outta Crook! I fought with you guys from A Co at Nui Ba Dinh and you guys from B Co at Crook and Washington. What happened to my platoon. From one who lost. Desperate! SSG Huff - the snake eater! 
Name: Norman T. Nishikubo
Website: http:///
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From: San Gabriel, CA
Time: 2000-02-09 16:08:54
Comments: Speaking of pictures Marcus, where are the ones you are supposed to file transfer to me. Yes I will be in Cleveland. Magnet 
Name: Jim Demetroulis
Website: http:///
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From: Corona, CA
Time: 2000-02-08 21:50:19
Comments: Served in the 1Bn/22Inf/4th Inf. Div, Co.A and Co.D, 1967-1968. Looking for others who were serving during this time. 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
Referred by: Signing another Guestbook
From: Walnut, MS
Time: 2000-02-08 17:03:26
Comments: Many thanks to you guys for helping me find some of my old buddies of Recon Co E 3/22. I am still looking for most of you guys. If any of you remember serving with SSG Floyd Huff, the idiot who liked to go out at night gook hunting, drop me a line. I am retired from the army, a newspaper editor and a novelist who writes civil war and science fiction novels. My email is ladnier@tsixroads.com. Would love to learn about what happened to the platoon after I got zapped north of godaha! 
Name: Andrew R. Ambrose
Website:
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From: New Orleans
Time: 2000-02-08 10:36:56
Comments: My father, S.E. Ambrose and I am looking forward to seeing you fine fellows down here for the grand opening of The National D-Day Museum. A long overdue THANKYOU!!! is in store for all who visit our fair city on D-Day + 56 years. For those who cannot make it here, please keep in touch and take care. We owe you everything. 
Name: Marcus Burk
Website: http:///
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From: Portland, OR
Time: 2000-02-08 03:15:22
Comments: Jim frost: Will be in Cleveland along with Norm Nishikubo, John Lewis and John Miedema. Can't speak for anyone else, probably not even for those mentioned, but look forward to seeing you there. Bring lots of pics ...... Marcus 
Name: Michael Christiansen
Website: http:///
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From: Florida
Time: 2000-02-07 07:37:57
Comments: Served with 1/22 Aug. '70 through Oct. '71. Began tour with E Co. 4.2, and transfered to D Co. where I ended my tour. I've been in contact with Danzo, P. Eichten, Tex Ashley, and a couple others from E Co., but, no contact with anyone from D Co...Holte (from N.D.), A. Mitchell (from VA.), Gilbert, Lt. Fuzz, Doc. Would like to hear from any D Co. person(s) I served with. 
Name: SAMUEL E. HUGHES
Website: http:///
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From: COLUMBIA, KY
Time: 2000-02-06 21:11:12
Comments: NEED ADDRESSES OR WAYS TO CONTACT THESE PEOPLE of Co D, 3/22 Inf. 25 ID: Ron Clark, Richard Curtis, Leroy Johnson, Harold Shaw, William Story 
Name: Ron Gilbert
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Hitchcock, South Dakota
Time: 2000-02-06 19:35:48
Comments: I served in 68/69 with A Co. 3\22. 
Name: Jim Frost
Website: http:///
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From: Saginaw, MI
Time: 2000-02-06 08:57:02
Comments: SURFING BACK FOR MY SECOND TIME. HAVING SERVED WITH THE 22ND INFANTRY IN VIETNAM IN 1967 AND NOW FOR THE PAST 4 YEARS HAVE BEEN REUNITED WITH THIS GROUP. IT HAS BEEN A VERY NICE EXPERIENCE. THE 22ND INFANTRY UNIT IS VERY ACTIVE ORGANIZING REUNION EVERY 18 MONTHS. I ENCOURGAGE ANYONE WHO WAS CONNECTED WITH THE 22ND INFANTRY TO MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO BE PART OF THESE REUNIONS. THE FIRST REUNION OF THE NEW MILLENNIUM WILL BE IN CLEVELAND, OHIO OCTOBER 5-8TH. I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING FELLOW ARMY FRIENDS IN THE YEAR 2000. JIM FROST BASE CAMP DAU TIENG COMPANY C 2/22ND(MECHANIZED)INFANTRY 4/25 DIVISION 3RD PLATOON---JAN 1967-68 
Name: Robert C. Crawford
Website: http:///
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From: Tillamook OR. Vancouver WA. West Fargo ND
Time: 2000-02-06 06:53:56
Comments: Great site, keep up the good work. Ron King & I came to C Co. !/22 In May of 67, from A Troop 3ed Squdroon 5th Cav. 9th Div I went to 2ed Bde LRRPs. Ron was KIA on July 12, 67 his 22 birthday. I heard that most of the platoon was overrun on that date& that Ron was taken POW& killed by freinndly fire that same day. If anyone has any infermatiom please cantact me at 701-282-9713 or e-mail me at yellowb@farg.uswest.net My mailing address is 1618 Maple Place West Fargo ND. 58078 Ron & I servered for the better part of a year together, He was a really quiet guy with a deep spirtual understanding. I miss him & think of him often. Thanks for your help 
Name: Andrew Alday
Website: 
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From: Kula, Maui, Hawaii.
Time: 2000-02-06 00:33:35
Comments: Hey "REGULARS", I would like to welcome 3 of our former Brothers back to the "Clan" of the 22nd Infantry Regiment. They are Don "Oldman" Earley from "Alpha", 3rd of the 22nd Infantry, Ron Gilbert also from "Alpha", 3rd of the 22nd Infantry and Laird "Starcluster" Bradley, from Recon, "Echo" 3rd of the 22nd Infantry all from the '68 to '69 timeframe. WELCOME HOME "REGULARS" !!! Aloha, Andrew "Alday", 1st Platoon, "Alpha" co., 3rd battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, Vietnam, III Corps, War Zone "C", 1968. A Regular, by God. " DEEDS NOT WORDS ! ". 
Name: Robert C Crawford
Website: http:///
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From: Tillamook OR, Vancouver WA, West Fargo ND
Time: 2000-02-05 13:54:28
Comments: I served with Co C 1stBN .22 Inf 4th Div. in May of 67. I transfered to the unit with Ron King we both came from th (th div as part of their infusion program, Ron was from Coatesville PA He was KIA on july 12.1967 his 22 birthday. I had voluntired fo LRRPs, I came in off a missiom & I heard that his platoon had been over run & that he had been captured & was killed by freindly fire on the NNVA unit that had takenn him POW. I would like any information on the circumstances of his death. I have contacted his Broyher But they Had little or no infermation. Ron was a gental soal, I served & trained with him for the better part of a year I hever new him to Drink, Cuss or Smoke . Ron should have made it home he had a deep understanding of god. 
Name: Lou Talley
Website: 
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: California
Time: 2000-02-04 23:44:45
Comments: Glad for the reminder about our dues. I have a company roster listed on my site for A-1/22 and a few photos and letters from some who survived the events of February and March 1967, also a brief note from LTC Paul Braim. 
Name: Larry DeLashmit
Website: http:///
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From: Memphis, Tn
Time: 2000-02-04 22:03:45
Comments: I served with B Co 1/22d in 71 at An Khe, Tuy Hoa, and until the unit disbanded at a Special Forces camp called Dong Bah Tinh (Near Cam Ranh Bay). I was then transferred to the 1st Cav. Would like to hear from anyone who served during that time with B Company. I'm in contact with our former Commander Herb Altshuler and my old pal SSG Mclain. I'll always remember my times with the 22d! 
Name: Denny Head
Website: http:///
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From: Paris Texas
Time: 2000-02-04 19:58:20
Comments: On this night Feb.4,1968 32 years ago. ACo. 2/22 Mech,sprang an ambush on a much larger force. I was the medic on the platoon that rescued them. Several men were wounded that night, and Larry King from Talahina,Oklohoma was killed. If anyone was involved or wounded that night,contact me, I have lost contact with almost everyone involved. dennyhead@hotmail.com 
Name: William B (Bill) Whitworth
Website: http:///
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From: Corpus Christi, Texas
Time: 2000-02-04 15:20:25
Comments: Served in D and E Company 1/22 4th Inf Div in RVN from July,1969 to July,1970. Was at Plekui, An Kae,Bong Song . We were the northernmost units to go into Cambodia in 1970. Would like to hear from any of the guys I served with. 
Name: Pasquale (Pat) Cruciano
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Virginia Beach, VA
Time: 2000-02-04 03:33:02
Comments: I'm still looking for Rufus Dudley, originally from Tallahassee, FL, who served with C/1/22 from 7/67 - 4/68. 
Name: B. W. Milne
Website: 
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Reno, NV
Time: 2000-02-02 23:59:41
Comments: I served with the 25th Infantry Division "A" Battery 7/11 Field Artillery Tay Ninh, RVN 1968-69. I now have Peripheral Neuropathy (PN), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), high levels of arsenic in my blood & urine (due to agent blue I believe). The VA just denies all claims except the PTSD, so what else is new. We must unite and fight for our benefits due for the Agent Orange damage done to us all! Please stop by my web site and sign my guest book at www.cybersarges.com. "KEEP THE FAITH" & "WELCOME HOME VETERANS" 
Name: Gene ladnier aka Floyd Huff
Website: http:///
Referred by: Net Search
From: Walnut, MS
Time: 2000-01-30 12:35:09
Comments: I was with E Co 3/22(Recon) as SSG Floyd Huff in 1968 and 1969. I was medivac to japan in June 69, lost all contact with my platoon. Any one out there from Recon, 3/22, also known as "Nam's Angels" contact me. Tex, Taco Bender, Bongo Belly, Tripflare, Green Giant, Starcluster, any of you guys. Also anyone else who served in Recon 3/22, at Tay Ninh! 
Name: M/SGT (R) Gil Berg
Website:
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Orlando, Florida
Time: 2000-01-29 07:25:42
Comments: Great Web site Hooah Permission requested to link to my web site 
Name: Koen Verbruggen
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Belgium
Time: 2000-01-29 03:40:00
Comments: I'm still 15 years old but i have many books about WorldWar 2, I was and is still very intresting. Within a few years when i passed the age of 18 I think about to serve the belgium army. It was always my dream and i think it's a great experience. My grand-father served the army right after the second world war and he was korperal, he really encourage my to go in the army because he had a great time there. wat should i do?? mail me koen_verbruggen@hotmail.com thanxx 
Name: John R. Schlaak
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Lexington, KY
Time: 2000-01-28 17:06:57
Comments: Served: Alpha Co., 1st platoon, Vietnam Nov 67 - Aug 68 
Name: Chester Ball
Website:
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Bells, Texas
Time: 2000-01-28 09:44:46
Comments: In 1947 I took my Basic Training at Ft. Ord, CA. When the 4th Inf. Div. was a training Unit. I was in L Co. 22th Inf. Regt. Receive a letter from MC Toyer who saw my site and asked me to check out this site. Great site with lots of great information on the Regt. Enjoyed my visit. Best wishes to present and former member of the Regt. 
Name: Rickie E. Tubbs
Website: 
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From: Sigurd Utah
Time: 2000-01-28 00:38:43
Comments: I served with the 1/22 A Company and 2/22 A Company and CSC I retired May of 1993. How many regulars are there still on active duty 
Name: donny deeren
Website: http:///
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From: michigan
Time: 2000-01-27 17:44:57
Comments: i would like to hear from any one who served with my father don deeren who was a medic with the triple duce in 71 based at cu chi he spent time in a few different companies mainly delta and charlie 
Name: Andrew Ferandes
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: baltimore md
Time: 2000-01-24 13:39:01
Comments: I served with 4th Battalion 22nd Infantry (COHORT) from 1986-1988. I am looking for any cohort brothers out there who served during that time. How about it CPT.K, 1SG Pick, SFC Pillsbury, Ranger Schultz!! Are you out there? 
Name: Robert C. Frisby, Jr.
Website: http:///
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From: York, PA
Time: 2000-01-24 13:00:52
Comments: I found the site on the back page of the 22nd Infantry Reg't Society Newsletter. I am particularly interested in the dates 11/16/44 and 11/27/44. Is there any record of me being wounded on those dates? 
Name: David Rothbart
Website: 
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From: Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Time: 2000-01-23 20:55:14
Comments: The 22nd Infantry Regiment Society web page is excellent and comprehensive. 
Name: Wayne Graves
Website: http:///
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From: Louisville, Kentucky
Time: 2000-01-23 20:27:50
Comments: Message to John Allen. We served together in Delta Company. I remember you well and have a few pictures. Please contact me at saintfu@gateway.net. 
Name: david c. ramszey
Website: http:///
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From: edgemoor s.c.
Time: 2000-01-23 13:48:29
Comments: i am a member of the 22nd inf assoc. i have an uncle who was in the 22 nd during world war II . he was in f co.22nd regiment 4th inf. division. he wanted me to see if any of his old buddies would remember him. he started his training in 1943 in fort meade ala. he was wounded in dunberry england in 1945. he was sent to mcguire hospital in richmond virginia. his name is robert w. moore from chester s.c. if anyone knows him they can contact me at my e-mail address. 
Name: donny deeren
Website: http:///
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From: michigan
Time: 2000-01-23 11:18:33
Comments: as the son of a medic with the triple duce in 1970 i wish to thank all involved with this page 
Name: john allen
Website: http:///
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From: philadelphia
Time: 2000-01-22 23:07:58
Comments: 2/22 mech in dau dieng from april 68 - 69 commanding officer jack kennedy miss a lot of friends made there to all viet nam vets welcome home 
Name: 1SG Richard Herzog, USA, RET
Website: http:///
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From: Placerville, CA
Time: 2000-01-21 19:25:19
Comments: I started my career in the Mortar Platoon of B/1/22 at Ft Carson in 1975. I was also with the Mortar Platoon of B/2/22 when the unit moved to Wiesbaden, Germany 76-79. I would like to hear from others in those companies, especially from the Mortar Platoons. I would especially like to hear from 1SG Raspberry, who was my First Sergeant in both units. I like to think I followed his example of how a First Sergeant should be. 
Name: Don Tacke
Website: http:///
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From: Kalipell, Mt.
Time: 2000-01-20 01:06:06
Comments: Just revisiting, gave wrong e-mail on first visit. As I said in my first visit, would like to here from anyone from 2/22 D Co. that served in the Nam from 69 to 70. 
Name: Robert Cunningham
Website: http:///
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From: California
Time: 2000-01-17 22:01:35
Comments: My dad Frank Cunningham, Jr. served in B Company, 22nd Regiment in WWII and earned a purple heart in the Huertgen Forest Campaign. Now deceased, I am trying to locate some of his surviving war buddies or attend a reunion of his outfit in hopes of finding out more about him. Please contact with any info. 
Name: David Roderick
Website: 
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From: Carlsbad, CA
Time: 2000-01-17 21:49:47
Comments: The best organization web page on the internet. It makes me proud of our leadership. 
Name: Nick Tijerina
Website: http:///
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From: Montgomery
Time: 2000-01-17 18:54:16
Comments: I was in the 3rd battalion 22nd Infantry in 1968. 
Name: James F. Gebhardt
Website: http:///
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From: Leavenworth, KS
Time: 2000-01-17 08:19:19
Comments: I was a member of 1st Platoon and HQ Platoon, A Co, 2-22 Inf from 22 March to early September 1967 at Dau Tieng. I came to 2-22 as a replacement immediately after the Battle at LZ Gold and was assigned to the weapons squad of 1st Platoon. My platoon leader was 1LT Whitehead and my squad leader was SGT George Holladay. I think my platoon sergeant's name was SFC Williams or Williamson. After attending MACV Recondo School at Nha Trang, in September I was reassigned to LRRP Platoon, 3/4 Cav Sqdn, at Cu Chi, where I remained until DEROS on 16 March 1968. I remained in the Army until July 1969 (ETS'd at Fort Dix as an E-6 drill sergeant), then re-entered through ROTC at the University of Idaho in May 1974. In January 1992 I retired at the rank of major. 
Name: Ronald K. Brown
Website: http:///
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From: MIDDLETON, WI
Time: 2000-01-16 17:19:07
Comments: Co. C 1-22 Inf. from Feb.66 thru Jun.67 
Name: Chet D. Arnold
Website: http:///
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From: Tyler, TX
Time: 2000-01-15 22:15:57
Comments: I served proudly with Aco.4/22 from 89-92, I would like to hear from any of my Cohort brothers. 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-01-15 06:41:41
Comments: One year ago today, January 15, 1999, the 22nd Infantry Regiment Society lost a great man when our Honorary Regimental Colonel, MG (Ret) John Ruggles died. MG Ruggles was Executive Officer of the 22nd Infantry Regiment from the D-Day invasion through the end of February 1945 when he took over as Regimental Commander. He led the Regiment through the remainder of the war and returned to the States with the Regiment to prepare to go fight in Japan. He served a tour in Vietnam with MACV and also commanded the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, KS prior to his retirement. No one had more and better stories or loved the Regiment more than MG John Ruggles. He was truly a man of "Deeds ot Words". He is sorely missed by those of us who knew and loved him. Bob Babcock, president, 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. 
Name: John Kolsun
Website:
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From: 
Time: 2000-01-14 21:11:57
Comments: World Wide Web Information Release January 15, 2000 John Kolsun, a combat wounded and disabled Vietnam veteran, is pleased to announce the release of a comprehensive collection of Vietnam records to the World Wide Web. For immediate release, please point your browsers to the following URL: http://www.War-Records.com/ Here's what you can expect to find in our Web pages: ? A means to memorialize veterans, battles or events that are important to you while at the same time keeping a memory alive. ? You can view pictures, documents, citations, orders, letters, information, who helped, research links, memorials, tributes, old newspaper clippings, and addresses submitted by veterans, dads, mothers, sisters, brothers, girl friend, uncles, aunts, grandparents, cousins, grandchildren, husbands, wives, buddies, family friends, and individuals. ? Visitors find, locate, and research: Claims, Awards, Proof, Communiqué, Casualty, Daily, Decorations, Events, Purple, Heart, Instructions, Information, Journal, KIA, WIA, MIA, POW, Medal, Maps, Message, Memorial, News, Positions, Personnel, Photos, Roster, APC, Release, Roll, Summary, Sounds, Wounds, Heroes, Individual, Vietnam, Korean, Gulf, World, War, Veteran, Soldier, Search, Rescue, Destroy, Cordon, Clear, Mission, Campaign, Combat, Assault, Enemy, Ambush, Mine, Patrol, Sweep, Convoy, Security, Truck, Escort, Push, Attack, Booby, Trap, Contact, Fire, Fight, Battle, Drive, Offensive, United States, Army, Air, Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, ARVN, Montagnard, Camp, R&R, Scenery, Tactical, Flight, Sorties, Tank, Bunker, LZ, Village, Province, Fire, Base, Landing, Zone, Helicopter, Chopper, Evac, Medavac, Medcap, Infantry, Artillery, Cavalry, Engineers, Seabee, Signal, Communication, Military, Police, Ranger, Logistics, Nurse, Doc, Medic, Aid, Station, Medical, Transportation, Weather, Forward, Observer, Party, Enemy, Friendly, Land, Ground, Forces, LRP, SRP, Team, Dog, Squad, Platoon, Mortars, Scout, Weapons, A, B, C, D, Service, Administration, Company, Mechanized, Mobile, Battery, Battalion, Brigade, Gunship, Crew, Pilot, Squadron, Wing, Commander, Highway, Track, Detachment, Element, Division, Installation, Task, Duty, Operations, Officer, Staff, Organization, Macv, Unit, Regiment Corps, Fleet, District, Delta, Central Highlands, Rubber, Plantation, 201, Finance, File, Box, Radio, Bridge, Call, Sign, Gun. Province, NVA, VC, If your research involves records of war, we'd like you o be able to find the information you need in the War-Records Web pages. Our pages are ready and waiting for you to view them. For more information about the War-Records Web pages, please contact John Kolsun. 
Name: Pem Hawkins
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From: Selma. NC
Time: 2000-01-14 20:41:24
Comments: MY father was amember of the 22nd (or as he so fondly called it "The Double Deuce") from its roots in Fort Gordon, Ga. until it stood down at Camp Butner,NC. He served with Colnels: Tribalea,Ruggles, and Lanham. He position was that of motor officer of the 22nd. he went on to make a career out of the us Army, retiring with the rank of LTC. Because he had no siblings, he felt closer to his fellow officers and troops than anyother people except close family. 
Name: william f mahar jr
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From: palm beach gardens fla
Time: 2000-01-14 17:03:40
Comments: I served as a medic assigned to 1st Battalion, Baker co. 22nd Inf. Rct. Kirch-Gons Germany' 1954-56.Visited the old base last year and was very fortunate and allowed by the German govt. to tour the base; they even unlocked my old barracks and allowed me to enter.Brought tears, it was tough duty, we were in the field most of the time. I made a video of the base as it exists today if anyone is interested .The base looks about the same now as in' 54 
Name: Tina Kelly
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From: Indiana
Time: 2000-01-14 07:44:03
Comments: I have Steroview cards that show what I believe to be 22nd Infantryman going of to war leaving his love behin. There are 6 cards in all. I wanted to learn more about them so I looked up the war at Manila. I think his hat insignia says 22 over two guns. Thanks for having this page. Tina 
Name: Mike Woodward
Website: http:///
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From: Lacey, WA
Time: 2000-01-13 22:54:24
Comments: I was in Company C, 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry as the Platoon Sergeant of 3rd Platoon in 1971 at Fort Carson, CO after the colors of the 4th Division were sent back from RVN. When I arrived at Fort Carson in the summer of 1970 from my first tour in RVN, the battalion was known as 3rd Battalion, 61st Infantry, 5th Infantry Division. We were a mech battalion and most of the troops were all returnees from RVN. In my platoon we had only one private who had not been to RVN out of about 43 personnel. I left C/2/22 after less than a year and went back to RVN for a second tour but was proud to be a Regular By God for the brief period I was there. I am currently a life member of the Manchu Association, the 9th Infantry Regiment's version of the 22nd's Society. (Served with 1/9 in Korea in 1978/79) Best of luck and God speed to the 22nd! 
Name: clifford l. ashley
Website: http:///
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From: New waverly, texas
Time: 2000-01-13 12:00:02
Comments: I was with E - Co. 1/22 rom 3 jun 70 until the colors were sent back to the states in Dec. Went to MACV in Tuy Hoa until 3 Jun 71. From there 1st of the 51st of the 4th Armored Div. in Crailsheim, Germany for the remainder of my enlistment. 
Name: Christopher J. morgan
Website: http:///
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From: Fort Payne, Alabama
Time: 2000-01-10 13:14:24
Comments: My Uncle J.M. Walters (Joe) was killed and buried in France during the Utah Beach invasion. I am trying to find out any information I can on his unit and his actions. The letters form the War Department stated he died on 12 June 1944 near Quinneville France by Artillery Fire. He was a member of Co F, 2-22 Inf, 4th ID. 
Name: John Fullen
Website: http:///
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From: Pittsburgh, Pa
Time: 2000-01-09 15:13:11
Comments: I was transferred to the 9th division in viet nam in 1967. I had trouble locating this site because the 2/22 was still part of the 4Th division when I was transferred to the 9th. 
Name: Robin D. Lauer
Website: http:///
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From: Winsted, Ct.
Time: 2000-01-08 17:44:22
Comments: Thanks to Jim Farrell, I recently became aware of the 22nd Inf. Reg. Society and also thanks to my daughter for bringing this computer home from college, I have been able to learn more about it. I served with A/3/22nd, 4th plt, from mid Feb. 68 to Sept. 68, then I went to 25th ava. till April 69 as a door gunner. I enjoy the web site and also am looking forward to hearing from other Regulars. Also I hope to make this years reunion. My wife gave me "Platoon: Bravo Company" for Christmas, it was great and made me proud to be a part of the 22nd. Welcome Home 
Name: Clark Lohmann
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From: Omaha
Time: 2000-01-06 11:56:52
Comments: I was in country in 1968 FSB Burt Jan 1 1968 B CO 2/22 Mech I got this e-mail through my work so I lthought I get it up and hope to here from some of the bravo men. Hi Bob in case you read this you are still the only one I've heard from. 
Name: Jack M. Fauth
Website: http:///
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From: Columbia, PA
Time: 2000-01-05 11:38:07
Comments: Very nice site. Glad I found it. Iserved in Vietnam with Co.C-3-22 67&68.Brings back lots of memories. 
Name: Ben Maldonado
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 2000-01-04 17:14:39
Comments: Hi guys and welcome home. I served with 2nd BN. 22nd infantry (mech) between April 70'-March71. I remember guys with nicknames like "Moose", Pineapple ,a hispanic named "Chili"and there was two others named "Big White" and "Little White". We operated in Cambodia , Kontum and trveled on Hwy. 1. I R.T.Oed .for HHQ. I'm sure i can remember some other people and places but my memory escapes me. God blees you guys wherever you are, I hope you are all alright. Fellow Triple Deucer...Ben 
Name: Don Tacke
Website: http:///
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From: Kalispell, Mt
Time: 2000-01-03 12:15:10
Comments: I was with Triple Duce Delta Co. from July 69 to Oct 70 Would like to here from any one that served in that Co. during that time 
Name: Jim Hardin
Website: http:///
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From: Columbia, PA
Time: 2000-01-01 15:29:56
Comments: Just wanted to wish a Happy New Year to 22nd INF. 
Name: Wilmer E. Fox
Website: http:///
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From: Amarillo, Texas
Time: 1999-12-31 18:39:54
Comments: I served on active duty in almost every country in the world. Obviously, I have lost contact with many that I would rather have kept contact with. Haven't had much luck locating the ones I remember most. The tie never breaks, but the knot gets loose. I'd like to tighten it back up. 
Name: Willi am C Rogers
Website: http:///
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From: Kentucky
Time: 1999-12-31 00:58:32
Comments: I servered With HHC 2/22 SCOUTS/RECON 1120 25th INF DIV.70-71 Cu Chi Nam Hi CHUCK from MICH. Your the only one Ifound on the list from my old plt. You left for the world before me. Iwas with the group VERRET JACKSON SMITTY HILL.rode on track 77 OLD LUCKY. JENKINS was the T/C.T 
Name: Michele T. Schildhauer
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 1999-12-30 20:43:08
Comments: Daughter of CSM (Retired)Wayne F. Schildhauer 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 1999-12-30 19:14:40
Comments: 100 years ago - end of December 1899 - as we enter the new century and millenium, let us not forget what our fellow 22nd Infantry veterans were doing 100 years ago in the Philippines Insurrection. December 25, thirty-six men of Company L, 3-22, all that were able to march, were sent to Aritao, to investigage reported insurgents. A force had been there, but had gone farther into the mountains. Several days later, a superannuated Tagalog, the tool of a reformed insurgent, began working strange influences among the people of Solano. In a whining, sepulchral voice, he declated himself to be the "Holy Ghost." Immediately it became more difficult to obtain rice; burden bearers became impossible. Even after this fraud was exposed, his influence was still felt. December 29, the battalion quartermaster, after most arduous work, brought the battalion shoes and clothing, so sorely needed. January 7, 1900, the battalion, under orders, again crossed the mountains. Again Camp Misery was sighted; again the cross-crowned Caballo Sur was climbed; again men suffered. January 16, 1900, the battalion reported at Regimental headquarters at Arayat.......Throughout this last great campaign, the battalion gained no honor of engagement - its record is that of duty and of endurance. It marched nearly five hundred miles on eight days reduced rations; it lost eight men - one killed by the enemy, seven dying of disease. Source - A History of the 22nd United States Infantry, November 1904. Deeds not Words! - let us never forget those who came before us. Bob Babcock, President, 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. 
Name: Wayne F. Schildhauer
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 1999-12-30 09:17:39
Comments: Son of CSM (Retired) Wayne F. Schildhauer 
Name: LTC Thomas D. Vail
Website: http:///
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From: Military brat. JRTC, Fort Polk ...currently
Time: 1999-12-29 14:17:31
Comments: I was the Triple Deuce Operations officer (S3) for COL Eric Smith in Somalia and Ft Drum, 93-94. Just joined this month. Many great memories of dedicated soldiers... Hero of the Millenium, the American GI. I run into Triple Deuce soldiers constantly, here at the Joint Training Center. If visiting, pls call me at #0325. LTC Tom Vail 
Name: Wendy Darling
Website: 
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From: Plattsburgh,NY,USA
Time: 1999-12-28 17:27:49
Comments: I just wanted to sign the guestbook again because this is the only way I know how to get in touch with Bob Babcock! Bob, my web site for my Grandfather is coming along nicely. Rob Rush has been a great help! I have some of Grandpa's personal things for the site also. Please come visit. 
Name: Terry Bohlinger
Website: http:///
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From: Yorktown, VA
Time: 1999-12-28 16:07:13
Comments: Was Pltn Ldr in A Co 4th Bn (Mech) 23d Inf ("Tomahawks") during battle of AP CHO Vietnam 13 & 14 Feb 1968.. Trying to find anyone who remembers seeing me get hit several times...Was wounded with metal frags from RPG as I got blown from APC, some time later hit through lung AK-47, got back up hit again through head, later hit right forearm another AK-47 bullet as I was being lifted from battlefield...many weeks later removed metal frags from my foot while in "Walter Wonderful" Ward 2....would like US ARMY to recognize the multiple woundings...understand that the Army Regs permit multiple awards of Purple Heart if separate projectiles...these were..I was there and have the many scars to prove it. Contact me if you remember any of this...my Platoon was severely pinned down for the later woundings and am trying to contact "Tomahawks" too!! Thanks..Am member of the 25 Inf Div Assoc...see you at the next reunion!! God bless. Terry Bohlinger 
Name: Dave Phillips
Website: http:///
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From: Richmond VA - originally
Time: 1999-12-27 07:07:59
Comments: I am the son of Edward Turpin Phillips, Jr (deceased) whom I believe served with the 22nd in Europe in WWII. Dad did not talk much about the war and I am trying to find out his unit's history. I know he was at Hurtegon Forest. I am trying to construct a shadow box with his units crest and ribbons, mini medals. If there is anyone who remembers him, I would love to talk to them. He was nicknamed "Bubba" or "Turp" and was from Richmond VA. 
Name: Dale merritt
Website: http:///
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From: Republic Washington 99166
Time: 1999-12-26 19:47:44
Comments: I served with the 2-22 Charlie Company in Vietnam from 12-66 to 11-67 
Name: Brooklyn
Website: 
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From: PA
Time: 1999-12-26 16:46:18
Comments: Nice page. i was with a/co 2/22 in 68. I am a life member waiting for my card. Check out my page and link it if you wish. http://members.tripod.com/~Vinny_B/index.html 
Name: Dennis S. Whitt
Website: http:///
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From: Fairfield, CA
Time: 1999-12-25 21:28:39
Comments: I'd like to wish all Vets, especially the RVN Vets, a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.. 1/22/4th ID, Aug 68 to Aug 69. "Regulars by God!" 
Name: david c ramsey
Website: http:///
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From: edgemoor s.c.
Time: 1999-12-24 14:49:12
Comments: just like to wish the 22nd a merry christmas and a happy to 2000. would like to hear from anyone from c/1/22 4th inf . god bless all. 
Name: Steve Carlson
Website: http:///
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From: Moline, Ill.
Time: 1999-12-22 20:59:00
Comments: Thought I"d drop by and say Merry Christmas 2000 thinking that perhaps we are lucky to say it. Best regards to all and I'm looking forward to the coming reunion. Steve A/3/22 69-70. 
Name: Stan Hoover
Website: http:///
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From: Montrose,CO
Time: 1999-12-22 13:18:50
Comments: Served with triple duece from nov 69 to nov 70 Cu Chi and Tieh Nen. Keep up the good work! 
Name: Steven Chachere
Website: http:///
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From: Opelousas, LA
Time: 1999-12-21 10:08:12
Comments: I am just proud to live in the same country as brave men like yourselves. God Speed. 
Name: Andrew Alday
Website: 
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From: Kula, Maui, Hawaii.
Time: 1999-12-21 06:12:07
Comments: Aloha My Brothers, Just thought I'd take the time to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a joyous New Year. Thank you all for being my friends and comrades-in-arms, the finest group of men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing ! May the good Lord bless and keep you all safe. " DEEDS NOT WORDS ! ". Love and Aloha, Andrew "Alday", 2nd Squad, 1st Platoon, "Alpha" Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, Vietnam, III Corps, War Zone "C", 1968. " A Regular, By God ! " 
Name: Joe Votel
Website: http:///
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From: Savannah, GA
Time: 1999-12-20 21:34:57
Comments: Just checking in with the great and famous 22d Infantry Regiment. I previously commanded 2-22 Inf (Light) at Fort Drum, NY and just wanted to catch up on news. Best to all Triple Deucers out there. 
Name: don nicklas
Website: http:///
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From: rockville,md.
Time: 1999-12-20 12:28:23
Comments: Nice web page- I served with the 3rd 12th 4th div. 10/69-10/70. 
Name: Brooks E. Remencus
Website: http:///
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From: Maryland
Time: 1999-12-20 06:00:05
Comments: I am a former member of C/2/22, May 1966 - Jul 1967. 
Name: JAMES D. STEIGER JR
Website: http:///
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From: ST. LOUIS, MO
Time: 1999-12-19 21:27:24
Comments: RVN MAR 67-68 4TH BN 9TH INF 25TH INF DIV, 187TH ASSAULT HELICOPTER COMPANY. RVN NOV 68-69 187TH AHC. AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER THE BLACKHAWKS/CRUASDERS PICKED UP YOUR UNIT FOR A COMBAT ASSUALT AROUND CHU CHI, TAY NINH OR DAU TANG. 
Name: Stephen Gould
Website: http:///
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From: Vermont
Time: 1999-12-17 20:33:31
Comments: Dropped in as my Father was a member of the 22nd company F during 2nd world war. Fought from 7/21/44 to 8/4/44 when wounded at battle of Mortain. Then recouped until Jan 44 near St Lo and Carentan France, and was assigned to supply supporting the Red Ball express. He would like to get in touch with other members of his company from that era. 
Name: Richard Cawthra
Website: http:///
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From: Cleveland Ohio
Time: 1999-12-16 17:57:27
Comments: My Grandfather,Frank Cawthra served with the 22 US Infantry Company H in the Spanish American War in Phillipines. I have a Soldiers Memorial,Record of Events and some photographs if anyone is interested. 
Name: Andy Tally
Website: http:///
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From: Hi-Nella,N.J>
Time: 1999-12-16 17:12:53
Comments: Served with E Co. 1/22 81 mortars Jan 68 to Jan 69. We rotated from one line company to the other so I was with all the companies at one time or another. Arrived in country just in time to spend my first night in the field at the bridge at Kontum on the first night of Tet. 
Name: William F Hoehne
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 1999-12-14 17:41:56
Comments: Chaplain for 3/22 during Tet Offensive. 
Name: Wayne Graves
Website: http:///
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From: Louisville, Kentucky
Time: 1999-12-13 19:06:04
Comments: To Mike Reed: I was the company clerk for D 2/22 at the same time you were at HHC. You helped me learn the ropes. We spent a few mortar and rocket attacks in the bunker together. I remember one time specifically when the HHC orderly room took a direct hit. If you'd like you can contact me at saintfu@gateway.net 
Name: Charles J. Boyle
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From: Baton Rouge, LA
Time: 1999-12-11 16:38:41
Comments: Hi Bob Babcock, Awb., Sir! Norris, and all of you fine fellows of the 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. I'm a repeat to this page as you know. I've just created a home page to promote my book, "Absolution, Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry" You can visit the site by going to: I understand that our web administrator, Gary Kreg, is ill. My best wishes to Gary and his family. DEEDS NOT WORDS Chuck 
Name: Nathan Palani
Website: http:///
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From: Kapaa, Hawaii
Time: 1999-12-11 14:25:22
Comments: 4th Platoon, Co. A, 3/22, 25th, Nov 67 to Nov 68 great site, thanks! 
Name: John S. Kapior
Website: http:///
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From: Oak Lawn, Ill
Time: 1999-12-11 05:47:54
Comments: OUTSTANDING WEBSITE Proud to have been a part of B CO 3/22 3rd platoon only for Basic Training Finally got on the net and glad I am So proud to be a member Waiting to hear from anyone 
Name: Wendy Darling
Website: 
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From: Plattsburgh,NY,USA
Time: 1999-12-10 14:33:42
Comments: I am signing the guest book again because I don't think my original entry is going to get much response archived. I am looking for people who may remember my Grandfather, Sgt. Victor S. Corron 22nd Inf., Company "C" W.W.II (Ivy fourth). His nickname during W.W.II was "Klink" Corron. He is still living in Beekmantown, New York. I am building a web site about Grandpa's service and I would love to hear from any veterans that might have served with my Grandfather. I would also like to hear from people who may have information about my Grandfather's service. Thank you. 
Name: M C Toyer
Website:
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From: Texas
Time: 1999-12-10 07:21:34
Comments: ATTN: D SCOTT COLE - RE: Prior message - Please resubmit your e-mail address or contact me direct. I have information for you, but my e-mail was returned marked, "Unknown Recipient." 
Name: D. SCOTT COLE
Website: http:///
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From: ATLANTA ,GA.
Time: 1999-12-09 12:11:33
Comments: I'M LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO SERVED WITH HHC/2-22 IN WWII MY GRANDFATHER WAS IN THIS UNIT. HIS NAME IS WOODROW RILEY SHEPHERD. 
Name: D. SCOTT COLE
Website: http:///
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From: ATLANTA ,GA.
Time: 1999-12-09 12:07:32
Comments: GOD BLESS AMERICA ! 
Name: Pasquale (Pat) Cruciano
Website: http:///
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From: Virginia Beach, VA
Time: 1999-12-09 08:25:30
Comments: I'm looking for a map or sketch of the Dau Tieng base camp, especially one that shows the locations of the various units in 67-68. Thanks. Also, I'm looking for a map or sketch of the Cu Chi base camp for the same period. The one on the 25th Div. web site is an earlier presentation. 
Name: Bill Matz
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 1999-12-08 09:33:24
Comments: Oh, now I see. The previous enties have been shifted to the archived guest books. It was a bit of a shock for a moment there. Gary Krek: Get well soon. 
Name: Bill Matz
Website: http:///
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From: 
Time: 1999-12-08 09:26:21
Comments: Hey! What happened to all of our previous entries? 
Total: 249 guests
 

Thank you for visiting and signing our Guestbook 
Total: 40 guests
Name: bobby joiner
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: hopkinsville,ky.
Time: 2000-07-31 09:25:01
Comments: I lost a dear friend Dorris Trainer. All veterans are hero's in my book! 
Name: Joseph Thomas
Website: 
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From: Mckinleyville CA
Time: 2000-07-22 20:56:15
Comments: Anyone have information on how to contact Dennis Atkins? Read his account of January 1968. Any Charlie Co. 3rd bat. 22nd infrantry left out there? Please get a hold of me. 
Name: Mike Hodo
Website: http:///
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From: Missouri
Time: 2000-07-20 10:54:47
Comments: I need info/names/dates about the truck accident near Camp Hale 1971. Also about the retriever accident at Ft Carson 1972. Thanks Regulars 
Name: Pete Gaworecki
Website: http:///
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From: Syracuse,NY
Time: 2000-07-16 21:19:33
Comments: Test for reply msg. 
Name: Jon Rockvam
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Port Hueneme, California
Time: 2000-07-15 14:15:44
Comments: I was with Company D, 1/22nd Inf, between 1970 to 1971. 
Name: Jon Rockvam
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Port Hueneme, California
Time: 2000-07-15 14:10:06
Comments: I was with Company D, 1/22nd Inf, between 1970 to 1971. 
Name: Robert McAllister
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Mt.Dora Fl
Time: 2000-07-15 09:34:07
Comments: Bob McAllister L CO 3rd Bat. 22nd. Fought all the way through France to the Siegfred Line. Then wia & taken POW. I'm looking forward to seeing a lot of you fokes at the reunion in Cleveland in Oct. Keep up the good work guys!! 
Name: Lawrence ( Larry ) Nuckolls
Website: http:///
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From: Bartlett, TN.
Time: 2000-07-14 10:06:50
Comments: Comments: My name is Lawrence Nuckolls and I was drafted and left for Vietnam on 11/21/69. I was assigned to C CO. 3/22 as a mortar crewman ( 81MM 11C20 ) at FSB CROOK and stayed about a week and then the ARMY, in all its wisdom, transferred me to B CO. 2/22 ( M ) where I stayed until 11/70. I worked in the FDC for the mortar platoon. I usually rode behind the .50 cal with the commo helmet on. I listened to AFVN on a portable radio also, and to this day when I hear "No Time Left" by the Guess Who on the radio, I can still smell the diesel and the dust and the wind riding down the road. While I was between units I got to see the Bob Hope Christmas show. I will never forget the first day and night in Cambodia on 6 MAY 1970. Would like to hear from anyone I served with. Names I can remember are John Nowak, Heitmeyer, Victor Vecera, McKinney, Gary Ogden, LeBlanc, Reese, Robinette, Lt. Oliver, Sgt. "Jake", Dodd, Moody, Capt. Pinsky, Capt. Timmons, LTC Vail, LT ( XO ) Hodnett, Jerry Smith, Rouse, Sgt. Gray, Sgt. Kookier, Allman, Ackerman, Yokum, and Chumney ( left me his hammock when he DEROS'ed ). Have located Gary Ogden and John Nowak. Welcome home to all ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Name: Thomas E. Buck
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: 
Time: 2000-07-12 14:20:34
Comments: I was the 2-22 S-3Air during the 67-68 period. 
Name: Steve Carlson
Website: http:///
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From: Moline,IL
Time: 2000-07-10 15:09:40
Comments: A good friend of mine lost his eyesight in Nam when a 47 round tore through both eyes. He asked me how to replace a lost document that told of why he received the Bronze Star. It came in a green folder and was in color. Just wondering if anyone knows how to get that replaced. If so please contact me at the above e-mail address. Thanks Steve A/3/22 69-70 
Name: JOHN LAWINGER
Website: http:///
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From: MINERAL POINT WI
Time: 2000-07-09 22:00:34
Comments: SERVED WITH B 2/22 3-69 3-70 LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE. KEN,BJ BOB , KEITH OLD MAN, JOE ,HANK,LT LABADIE,. ATTENDED ONE 2/22 REUNION WAS GREAT. 
Name: Marshall Walker
Website: http:///
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From: Anniston, Al
Time: 2000-07-06 13:11:17
Comments: Served as a medic with HHC 1/22 Inf. June 69 to May 70. 
Name: kenneth M. Vaughan
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: west islip, new york
Time: 2000-07-03 19:56:24
Comments: trying tolocate buddies from 4th infantry, "A" co. 1/22nd in nam in 1967. particularly looking for Captain Raymon Crawford and Monte Mitchell. 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-07-03 05:35:42
Comments: Our 4th Infantry Division Monument at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC is a reality! On Thursday afternoon, June 29, we had the mini-dedication ceremony. I must say, the Monument is even more striking and beautiful than I had expected. In this old 4th Division soldier's eyes, it is the best looking Monument in Washington, DC. To see it for yourself, go to the 4th Inf Div Assn web page at http://www.4thinfantry.org and look at the Photo Gallery to see pictures taken the day of the mini-dedication. Thanks to all who contributed and helped make this dream come true. Deeds not Words! Bob Babcock, President 
Name: glenn elder
Website: http:///
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From: omaha ne
Time: 2000-07-01 23:23:13
Comments: I was in 1/22 bravo company weapons platoon from 1981-1984.Just was looking for any one who looked foward to those Regular Runs on Friday morning. 
Name: LINDA PORTER
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: INDIANA
Time: 2000-06-28 21:50:39
Comments: SPEC.4 WOODROW N. TRISSELL JR.KIA VIETNAM JUNE 24, 1969. ANYONE THAT KNEW WOODY , I WOULD LOVE HEARING FROM YOU. MY EMAIL IS:LINDASNICKERS@AOL.COM WOODY IS FOREVER MY HERO AS ARE ALL THE MEN WHO SERVED IN VIETNAM AND PROUDLY SERVED THEIR COUNTRY. THANK YOU FOR THIS WONDERFUL SIGHT. I HAVE JUST BEGUN TO CHECK IT OUT AND INTEND TO CHECK IT ALL OUT. YOU HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB. THANK YOU WOODY'S SISTER LINDA 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
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From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-06-27 08:58:24
Comments: 50 Years Ago - June 25, 1950 - The North Korean Army stormed across the demarcation line into South Korea and the Korean War began. Although the 22nd Infantry Regiment did not serve in Korea (we were actively facing off the Russians in Germany at the start of the Cold War), many of our veterans did fight in the Korean War. Many of the senior NCO's and officers who trained us and fought with us in Vietnam earned their first Combat Infantryman's Badge in Korea between 1950 and 1953. For many of our World War II vets, they were once again called into harm's way and earned their second Combat Infantryman's Badge in Korea. Although it is often called "The Forgotten War", let none of us ever forget that whenever an American stands in harm's way in defense of our way of life, that American and his actions can never be forgotten by any true American. Let us all find time to acknowledge to our Korean War veteran friends that we truly appreciate the sacrifices they made for us - and that they will never be forgotten by the men and women of our 22nd Infantry Regiment Society. Deeds not Words! Bob Babcock, President 
Name: Nielsen, Larry
Website: http:///
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From: Las Vegas, NV
Time: 2000-06-23 15:04:05
Comments: Third squad leader Panther Platoon, Co C, 1/22, Sept 70/71 may be better known as Co Clerk and nickname Preacher or Reverend. Forgotten many of the names but remember faces and convoys, guard duty and card games. Contacted M-60 Gunner Layton, wonder about others, esp Fast Eddie, Sgt who introduced my into the "bush" and Andy Anderson Sgt who taught me a lot. Remember Ahn Khe, Phieu Hep and Tuy Hoa. 
Name: LARRY PECKHAM
Website: http:///
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From: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Time: 2000-06-22 01:45:49
Comments: Hi Guys, Looking forward to seeing all of you jabronies in Cleveland. I am hoping to get in town on Monday and leaving the following Monday. Anybody going to join me? Thanks to John Eberwine and all of the rest of you who have put so much of yourselves into this endeavor. I for one have found the reunions to be a positive influence on the quality of our lives and encourage all to attend. 
Name: Rolando Dominguez
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Weslaco, Texas
Time: 2000-06-21 17:47:07
Comments: I served with C CO. 4th Bn. 22nd Inf. 25th Inf. Div. 89-91. Thank you! 
Name: James Henderson
Website: http:///
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From: Dallas, Texas
Time: 2000-06-20 06:27:29
Comments: 30 years ago today, 20 Jun 70, an already under-manned and under-staffed 2nd Plt of Bravo Co 1/22, consisting of approximately 19 men, went up against a company of NVA regulars estimated to number 120-140 men. This battle in the rugged, triple canopy mountain terrain of Binh Dinh Province, north of An Khe, came to be known as the Battle of The Rock. The name derived from the rock formations on the mountain where the battle occurred. When the smoke finally cleared two days later, NVA casualties were listed as 29 KIA, unknown WIA, 2 CIA. US casualties were 1 KIA and 2 WIA. Ninety-Seven enemy ruck sacks were recovered at The Rock. God was truly with us on that mountain long ago. 
Name: George Heidt
Website: http:///
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From: Detroit, MI
Time: 2000-06-20 05:16:15
Comments: 30 years ago today, 20 June, 1970, the 3rd PLT of B Co, 1/22, at 0840 hrs, off FSB Niagara, iniated contact with an enemy force, later determined to be the reinforced 3rd Co, 620th BN, 2nd Training Rgt of the NVA. The battle of "The Rock" was the largest engagement fought by the "Regulars" in 1970. Soon after the initial contact, the rest of B Co becamed involved. Addition ground suport was provided by elements of A Co, 1/22, Recon, 1/22, B Co, 2/35, 4 combat tracker teams, and a ground psyops team. Artillery support was provided by C Bttry, 4/42 off FSB Niagara and A Bttry, 4/42. Air support included Ciders, Bulldogs and Hawkeyes (unk units); Blackjacks and Gambler Guns, 4th AVN BN: Shamrocks (guns) D/1/10 CAV; Hornets (slicks) and Stingers (guns), 116th AHC; Cougars (guns) 57th AHC; Demons (slicks), 134th AHC; Shadows (AC-119); Dustoff 23, air psyops teams; combat sky spots; and air strikes. At the end of the 2 day operation, the results were 29 NVA KIA, 2 WIA and 1 Chu Hoi. CIA equipment included 97 rucks, 12 AK 47's and 1500 rounds of AK ammo. US casualities were 1 KIA, SGT Melvin Rutherford, B Co, 1/22 and 2 other B Co WIA. Thanks to all for a job well done and to SGT Rutherford for the ultimate sacrifice. 
Name: Stephen L. OLson"the Duke"
Website: http:///
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From: Houston,Tx.
Time: 2000-06-19 13:11:34
Comments: Served in 1st&22nd c company 1975/76 Ft carson, Brigade 76ed to wiesbaden, Germany. served with 2/22 until ets in 79 Would like to here from some of my old buddies. or anyone in the unit at that time. 
Name: Bob Babcock
Website: http:///
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Marietta, GA
Time: 2000-06-19 10:57:01
Comments: At 7:30AM today, June 19, 2000, Gerry Howard, Arlington Monument Fund chairman, turned the final bolt fastening our ten foot tall bronze 4th Infantry Division patch into the granite base to complete the major part of our Monument installation on the road leading into Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC. Still to be completed this week, probably yet today or tomorrow, is the sand blasting of the wording - "4th Infantry Division - Steadfast and Loyal" into the face of the granite and the addition of dirt and ivy plantings into the granite base. This dream, started by our World War I predecessors, is now a reality! I do not have the words to express my gratitude for the leadership and hard work done by Gerry Howard to make this day happen. Without Gerry's passion, leadership, and hard work, this would still be in the same dream stages where it was for 80 years. As previously announced, a mini-dedication ceremony will be held at the Monument at 3:00PM on Thursday, June 29 where soil samples from all of our stateside posts and foreign battlefields will be added to the planter. Gerry Howard is arranging for having the ceremony professionally videotaped. The formal dedication of the Monument will be held in July 2001 when the national reunion convenes in Washington, DC. This is a great day in the history of the 4th Infantry Division as this Monument, dedicated to all past, present, and future 4th Infantry Division soldiers is available for all to see and enjoy. In the first 30 minutes after it was installed, Gerry told me two 4ID veterans had passed by and stopped to talk about their service with the 4ID. Please pass this note on to other 4ID vets who have been eagerly awaiting this great news. 
Name: Gordon T. Weaver Jr.
Website: http:///
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From: North Kingstown, RI
Time: 2000-06-19 09:45:12
Comments: I am the great grandson of Charles T. Weaver, 1877-1965. Charles served in the 22nd Infantry, Company I from January 1899 to January 1902. He served during the Philippine Insurection and was promoted to Corporal 14 December 1901. I have his original promotion certificate plus his discharge papers from the Pendleton County, KY courthouse (specifies exact dates and places of all battles and skirmishes he participated in). I am pleased to find your website honoring the men of the 22nd. I would appreciate any help or guidance anyone can offer in my research during this period. In Christ, Gordy 
Name: J.C. Kronnich
Website: http:///
Referred by: Net Search
From: Mi.
Time: 2000-06-18 16:45:19
Comments: looking for old boys from A 2of 22 1970 
Name: Carol Farrar
Website: http:///
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From: Richmond, VA
Time: 2000-06-17 17:40:51
Comments: My father. S/Sgt. William L. Dovel, served in the 4th Division, 22d Infantry Regiment, HQ & HQ Co., 1st Battalion. Landed on D-Day and served until the end of the War. I would be interested in hearing from anyone in his unit, or who knew him. 
Name: Charles Taliaferro
Website: 
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From: Hanford, California - USA
Time: 2000-06-15 17:41:55
Comments: Great web site! Thanks for allowing me to visit. 
Name: Arena Cheney
Website: http:///
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From: Illinois
Time: 2000-06-14 21:13:31
Comments: I am looking for anyone who may knew and/or served with my grandfather and remembers him. His name was Robert F. MacFarland from California and was in the 4th Division. He was killed on November 27, 1944. He is buried in Henri Chappel Cemetary in Belgium. Mu dad was 3 and his sister 1 at the time, so they do not have memories of their dad. Thank you to all of you who have served your country and fought for those you loved and those you did not know. God Bless you all. 
Name: Andy Madden
Website: http:///
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From: Livermore Ca
Time: 2000-06-13 15:56:45
Comments: I am researching my father-in-law's exploits in WWII while a member of the 22nd in Europe. He is hard pressed to remember details, due to his advancing age and the degenerative effects of serious head wounds he received from a German mortar sometime after the Hurtgen Forest campaign and before the Ardennes and the Battle of the Bulge. His name is William Clayton (Bill) Flett and he was a platoon leader in E company, 22nd Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry division. Unfourtunately I have not discovered which battalion yet. He was a Lieutenant when wounded and was discharged as a Captain. If anyone who might read this has any recollection of him, or has any tips or tricks for a new researcher, please pass them on. My father-in-law is a proud veteran and deserves to be honored. I only hope that I can assemble his story before he passes on so that the family and others can have it for future generations and so that we can all remember and cherish the memories and deeds of the men that sacrificed so much and paid for our freedom with their blood, flesh, and spirits. Thank you, Andy Madden. 
Name: CALE W. LUTHER
Website: http:///
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From: JEFFERSON, IOWA
Time: 2000-06-13 10:36:05
Comments: Served with Bravo Co. 2-22nd Infantry from April 97 to November 99. This was the best time I had while in the military. The "Duece" will live on forever!!!!! 
Name: Cobi Keuker
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: The Netherlands
Time: 2000-06-12 20:33:55
Comments: I am researching the Keuker family tree and I would like to get in touch with Christopher H. Keuker or anyone who knew him/met him/knows about him. I know that C. H. Keuker is a distant relative of mine, but I'm afraid I do not know anything about him or his life. I don't even know whether he is still alive. Anyone with any information, please help me, every little bit of information for the family tree is welcome. Thank you Cobi Keuker cobi4@yahoo.com 
Name: MICKEY BLANCHFORD
Website:
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From: COLUMBIA FALLS MONTANA
Time: 2000-06-11 21:12:43
Comments: Nice site guys. Very informative. I have the greatest admiration for all who served in Viet Nam. I was there with the 36th ENG BTN (const) We have a link on our site that brings us to you. I think All of the Viet Nam Veterans need to stick together. Keep up the great work on this site. I welcome you to visit our web site and sign our guest book. Mickey 
Name: Peter Bunting
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Virginia
Time: 2000-06-11 18:50:23
Comments: With B Co. 3/22 and E Co. 3/22 in Tay Ninh. Aug. 69 to Aug. 70. Heard about you through Mike Kasner CO E Co. 3/22. Found web site through post card mailing. 
Name: laird c. bradley 
Website: http:///
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Pomona,Ca, USA; Tay Ninh , RVN
Time: 2000-06-11 18:38:53
Comments: Anybody left out there, from Echo Co.? Anybody know any of the SF boys at Trang Sup, Tay-Ninh ? 
Name: Edward Rossborough
Website: http:///
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From: Tualatin,Or 97062
Time: 2000-06-11 13:52:03
Comments: Served with Co A 3/22Inf/25thInfDiv in Vietnam July67-Oct68 
Name: Timothy X. Williams
Website: http:///
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From: Baltimore, Md.
Time: 2000-06-10 15:45:36
Comments: hAS ANYONE HEARD FROM Capt. James Bristol C.O. Bravo Co. 2/22 4/67 to 10/67. DAU TIENG RVN. 
Name: Timothy X. Williams
Website: http:///
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From: Baltimore, Md.
Time: 2000-06-10 15:27:58
Comments: Anyone that served in Bravo or Alpha Co. 2/22from 9/67 to 9/68 please contact. T.X. Williams 
Name: Harold Penxa
Website: http:///
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From: Detroit Area
Time: 2000-06-09 18:20:07
Comments: A Co. 1/22 1st Platoon Jan 67 to Jan 68 From 3-Tango to Cheo Reo and beyond If you are any of the warriors I may have known, get in touch! also check out www.montagnards.org If you remember these people as I do, you will find it of interest. "Regulars by God" 
Name: Web Administrator
Website:
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From: Phoenix
Time: 2000-06-08 20:31:16
Comments: To view all previous messages go to the Home Page and click on "Archived Guestbooks", the last archive was Guestbook #4 and the last entry was dated Thursday, June 8,00. Thanks, Gary Krek, HHC/2-22-4, 65-67.. 
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