Well, son of a gun, I've been hearing from a few old soldiers of the 1st Aviation Battalion out of Phu Loi, and what a thrill. I'll be posting some of the photos they've sent and any other information they'll allow. There's only a few guys right now, but maybe it'll grow and by networking we'll find several others. I'd also like to open this posting to soldiers that were stationed at Lai Khe.

OLD SOLDIERS GROUP ONE

There is mixed information out there on how many Vietnam Vets are still alive- anywhere from 1.5 million down to as little as 850,000. At any rate, we're getting old. No longer fit and trim and full of energy.

 

But now we're part of world history, 

 

History will be slanted and twisted and opinionated and guessed at by writers and historians that weren’t even born when we fought and witnessed it first hand.

 

Authors will insert their own views and their own political beliefs and interpretations. And because it's in a published form, the reader will assume it to be fact.

 

Not so. My brothers and I will be the only ones that will ever know the real truth...

 

 

 

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A photo sent from Dan Adkins, who was the door gunner for MG DePuy before my time (left Vietnam early September, 1966). He has an interesting military career. He went back to the States to Flight School and then back to Vietnam. Holy shit! When he left the army he became a cop and eventually chief pilot for the department in Virginia. After that he went to United Airlines, and retired from there. Today he's involved in local veterans affairs. Welcome home. Great service.