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17 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Where can I obtain the HHT 7/17 patch and the Ruthless Riders patch. Any info would help. I’ve been searching for these patches for years.

  2. can anyone remember the first name of the driver for Major Wilder in 1968. his last name was Bailey. Major Wilder wants to know for the book he is writing.

  3. I was there with you in 70-71. Looking for Ernest Ramsey from Gardena, Cal., Owens from magnolia, ark; Carter from Nashville, tenn, Or Alexander from Canton, Miss. We all met and served in Pleiku. Please get in touch.

  4. I started my tour with 7/17 cav at ft. Campbell KY the troop all flew over to gether ,I was a door gunner for 6 months then was transfred to motor pool working for cpt white station Jun 67-jan 70 would like to hear old companions.

  5. Anyone recall the 339th Aviation Support Det (ASD) assigned to 7th/17th Air Cav 1972? Unit had been based at Dong Ba Thin until Dec 71 when it moved to Ninh Hoa and its 165th Avn Grp stood down so the 339th was then assigned to this Cav unit? I was with the 339th when it moved and unit was re-assigned to 7/17th Air Cav

  6. Tony Palma. Was a “cavalry scout”–went forward w/an officer as liaison w/4th Div forward components. Then was reassigned to the TOC in Enari and maintained the place at night (12 hr shifts, 7nights/wk from @04/69 to 08/69). SGT E-5 when discharged. Roomed in a hooch w/Dave Beichler, Steve Moore, Jim Stone, Terry Shields, and others. Sgt Radford was my daddy and Cpt Law was our boss. Major Marshall, the S-3 and later a Troop commander was my idol.

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