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Croley From: Ohio Time: 2000-02-12 Comments: I am looking for information on Co. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks to all you "devils in baggy pants" and all whom have paid the supreme sacrafice to protect a flag "whose colors don't run" Airborne All the Way. Sandoval From: California Time: 2000-02-11 Comments: Enjoyed the history on your page! A kid going nowhere fast to a really old education student at USF. But me and Tina are fine the kids are growing up fast and we have a big house in FLA. Name: Jack Branson From: TX Time: 2000-01-30 Comments: My dad graduated from The Parachute School on August 13, 1942, and was an instructor there from August 1942-May 1944, when he was shipped overseas with the 11th. Name: Thomas Dunlap From: New Jersey Time: 2000-02-11 Comments: Fort Cambell Kentucky 1953-1955 11th Airborne Division 503rd The Rock. Gene Frice Name: Greg Mc Cormick aka Mac From: Clearwater, Fla via Baton Rouge Time: 2000-01-30 Comments: All you superduper paratrooper's legacy has brought me to where I am today. Fellas if you know me please e-mail, use the word airborne or I might delete it. I would enjoy hearing from anyone who remembers him. I SERVED WITH THE ONLY AIRBORNE AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY UNIT IN THE US ARMED FORCES. From: New Jersey, Lakewood Time: 2000-02-11 Comments: Spent nine and a half of my first years in the military in the Division. Looking forward to be blessed to finish my career with this fine organization. Looking for any Blue Falcons from 1993-97 who were in "B No." "three things change twice every five minutes" "quien es su paracadutiste papa? I was with quite a few other units TDY, but the 11th is the one I am most proud. Palmer, as fine an officer as ever was, SSGT Ronald Mc Elliot was there also. An adventure for sure, I was 17 when I enlisted in the Army (had Mom and Dad sign a waiver), and was only 20 when I got out. Dillard Website: From: Kansas Time: 2000-02-06 Comments: Looking for Sgt. Time: 2000-02-13 Comments: Would like to here from any one who served in the 319th airborne artillery from 49 to 52the 505th. Thanks, Paul E-mail address: [email protected]: David Shepherd From: long island ny Time: 2000-02-12 Comments: JUST LOOKING FOR OLD FRIENDS OF MY OLD UNIT 1/320 FA HDQ AMMO PLATOON ALMOST 20 YEARS OUT GIVE ME A SHOUT WILL ANSWER ALL MAIL ALL THE WAY AIRBORNE Name: Wallace, Joseph D. Anyone whom particpated in Alaska Airborne maneuver in 1954 Winter like to hear from you. Referred by: Net Search From: Oregon Time: 2000-02-11 Comments: Great site, thanks for putting it here, and thanks to all the veterans who served before, the world will never fully know your sacrifice. I was assigned to the 11th QM Detachment AE&S , Heavy Drop in support of Combat Engineers attached to the 1st 509th. I sure would like to get back in tough with him Mike Name: Cliff W. If your commitment to being the best there is and building only the best from the "cherries" I could not have the life I have today. Send us an E-mail and come stay with us when you can.3rd/325th 1987-1992, 20th SF A-co. I am presently collating and researching information about the 82nd & 101st Airborne Division and their involvement in the landings in Normandy on D-Day 6th June 1944. In February of 1951 I volunteered for Ranger trainning in Ft. Went to Korea in May of 1951 as a Ranger replacement but was assiged to the 937th F. Name: Ray Kimbrell From: Fayetteville, NC (Home of The Abn) Time: 2000-02-07 Comments: I jumped the C-124 several times and it was often that I was sent upstairs, on the way out you had your static line in your hand and had to hook up on the way to the door, this got your adrenelin going. Stayed until Sep 1958 , then To 101st Abn Div at Ft Campbell KY Joined SF in June 1961 , went to Laos, back to Bragg , then Germany in the 10th SFG and back to Bragg for 2 years and retired as SGM E9 in Sep 1969 Name: Nachreiner Mike From: Black River Falls Wi 54615 Time: 2000-02-06 Comments: I was with 318th Arty at ft. " Name: Tracey Diohep From: Time: 2000-02-11 Comments: do you have any other photos of the 504th PIR? My Fiancee's father was a jumper and we don't really have any of his records or photos (destroyed in a fire). It would mean the world to him if he could have a photo of his dad. It was strange being a Vetran, and not being able to buy beer (legally) till my birthday in September Any E-mail from others is welcome. Time: 2000-02-10 Comments: To whom it may concern. None From: Winona, MN Time: 2000-02-06 Comments: Served in 675 Gli FA Bn Japan Jan 1948 to April 1949, to Camp Campbell, KY to 675 then to 457 th Abn FA Bn, to Korea 3rd Inf Div, to 187 Abn RCT in Japan , went to Korea with 187 returned to Japan in Oct 1953, stayed until March 1955, back to Ft Campbell then rotated 6 mo later to Germany w/ 11th Abn Div.

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jack Name: JIM KERR From: INDIANA, PA Time: 2000-02-06 Comments: VERY NICE PIECE OF WORK YOU HAVE HERE. Name: Shubin, William E From: Pinetop, AZ Time: 2000-02-06 Comments: SFA reviewed this site and said it was great, I agree. JOHN F DECOSTA n/a From: New Orleans, La Time: 2000-02-01 Comments: Trained with the 3rd Rangers in 1950 and then was transferred to the 4th Ranger Company. Time: 2000-02-01 Comments: I joined the Army 1-10-65, BASIC-AIT-JUMP SCH. Deployed to Vietnam (advanced party)aboard the USS Patch. Davis (ret.), formerly a medic with the 77th Group SF, (1952-54) passed away on 14JAN2000, aged 68. Our platoon was wipped out in 3/68 and am looking for two survivors, Carter, from Alabama I think, and Ford, from Georgia, I think, to substantiate VA claim. Name: Eric Olson From: Chicago Time: 2000-01-28 Comments: Great page guys!!! My squad which was led by Dave Baron nicked name ourselves "The Suicide Squad" because our gung ho LT. LOUIS, MO Time: 2000-02-16 Comments: I was in Eco.1st BATT.503d INF.173rd Airbourne brigade in VIETNAM AUG.1969-MAR.1971. If any of you have heard of a great buddy of mine named Roger Toress please contact me. not applicable Referred by: Net Search From: Quincy, Massachusetts, Originally. My father was born in 1933 and was a paratrooper for the Army in the 50's. He died when I was sixteen, and I need to know about any sites where I can begin to find information about his time in Okinawa.

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