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Rodney COx   December 07, 2003 11:47 am
My father Doyle T Culpepper served with the 458th around 69 0r 70 I was curious to see if there was any information on him. I also have some Pictures from his Duty and of the 458th if you would like I will try to scan and E-mail them to you. He passed in 83

Email: rcox0489@bellsouth.net
 
Stacey Farmer   December 02, 2003 09:26 pm
Email: sweetscorp26@cs.com
 
Tom Schauer   November 26, 2003 05:39 pm
I served with the 458th from 70-71 at Cat Lai. Served with my still best buddy Ron Searcy. Also with Gerald McDivet among tohers. Great site.

Email: tomsandyschauer@hotmail.com
 
Jim Finnegan   November 04, 2003 11:31 am
Dropped by today on a cruise through history. Great site, learned something new. CMAC may have been involved with your unit. Drop by the Capital Military Assistance Command (CMAC) website at www.saigonwarrior.com sometime and check it out. Regards

Web Site: Capital Military Asistance Command

Email: Finnegan@SaigonWarrior.com
 
Thomas J. Wonsiewicz   November 03, 2003 06:29 am
Wow! What a rush to stumble onto this website. I was with the 458th 5/69-5/70, arriving as a 2LT out of OCS/Eustis. My initial assigment was to the boats operating from the Newport docks--we were quatered with the MP's near Ton Son Nhut. I then tranferred to Cat Lai. My last six months were back at the Co. HQ as XO. If there is a mailing list I'd like to be on it. I plan on composing my memories and photos and offering to this site. Thanks to all of you who have preserved this piece of history. Thomas J Wonsiewicz 110 Rodney Lane Camp Hill, PA 17011 717-761-8313

Email: tjwons@msn.com
 
James Farmer   October 31, 2003 08:17 pm
was there 70-71

Email: namvet458@aol.com
 
Micheal R. Holmes   August 07, 2003 11:24 am
I just wanted to say that I'm proud my buddy Dan Webster (even though he's a vegetarian liberal) finally remembered his roots...."Once I was lost, but now I am found." Little grace, but certainly amazing..... I was in a Marine Recon Team (1stMarDiv) in RVN 1966- 67...........

Web Site: 1strecon@yahoogroups.com

Email: micheal2531@msn.com
 
Dutch McAllister   July 25, 2003 11:35 am
Great site. Does an old Wolfhound's heart good to see something dedicated to the PBR guys.

Web Site: Wolfhound History Project

Email: walnutglen@earthlink.net
 
Pat   June 30, 2003 11:45 pm
Hi, I remember visiting the Military Police Museum while I was in MP school at Ft. McClellan, they had a PBR there on display. I thought that was the coolest thing! Later I was a member of the 18th MP BDE, 92nd MP BN, 127th MP CO in Germany. I didn't even realize that it was the 92nd who had used the boats. During Desert Shield I got to ride in a landing craft operated by Transportation troopers. That was a lot of fun. Gees, maybe I should have joined the Navy? Stay well, Pat
 
Rev. Bill McDonlad   April 27, 2003 06:34 pm
I discovered something new on your website that I never knew about - so I am adding a link to my own website so that others can find this. Thanks for saving a piece of history.

Web Site: The Vietnam Experience

Email: Angelnet@citlink.net
 
gene robinson   April 11, 2003 08:33 pm
qui nhon pbr 68/69 i have lots of stories about fred also twiggy duchane rossetti hinsdale schmeltzer pete irwine,fac.

Email: geneandpaula@netpenny.net
 
gene robinson   April 11, 2003 08:32 pm
qui nhon pbr 68/69 i have lots of stories about fred also twiggy duchane rossetti hinsdale schmeltzer pete irwine,fac.

Email: geneandpaula@netpenny.net
 
jimmy lee   March 29, 2003 04:02 pm
i was stationed at vung ro 1970. was there when it was closed. was gunner on p.b.r. / a few guys i was with were ron allen ( cal.) and don markin (ill.).

Email: jimmy.lee@charter.net
 
Dan Webster   February 25, 2003 02:33 pm
I served with the 458th from October 1968 to Dec 1969. I began as a company clerk in Vung Tau, then became a coxswain as one of the original members of the Vung Ro Bay detachment. I notice that you don't mention me among those who you've located. If you're still accepting members, tell me what I need to do to join.

Email: danw@spokesman.com
 
Paul ( Wayne ) Kirby   February 17, 2003 08:44 pm
Thought I had signed before but didn't find it, I was with 218th M.P. P.B.R. Vungro Bay 68-69 sure would like to hear from any of the guys who was there.

Email: bukmstr4@hotmail.com
 
James R Sanders   January 28, 2003 10:01 pm
I was with the 720 MP BN B CO. I was on a PBR on The Song Dong Nai River. My boat was the "Stoned Geni" I was on the PBR's from 04FEB70 thru AUG70 when our company went to Na Nang.

Email: sanders@powersupply.net
 
Jerry Simmons   January 23, 2003 09:38 am
Great site. While with the 124th Trans Co, rode the boats up and down the river. Thanks! Welcome home. JS

Web Site: My Cat Lai Vacations

Email: azitiz@attbi.com
 
Larry Griffith   January 14, 2003 05:32 pm
I was in the 458th PBR form Sept 68 to Oct 69 station at Qui Nhon

Email: pbrgriff@netscape.com
 
Robert Brower   January 12, 2003 08:27 pm
Thanks for all your work...

Email: bdbrower14@ hotmail .com
 
Robert Perry   December 21, 2002 12:04 am
Just read some of the Email from fellow PBR vets. I was with the 458th PBRs 69-70 Quin-Nhon. Just a few thoughts that I would like to pass along. We had a major storm. I remember being in my bunk after getting off a night patrol when the storm came crashing through the wall. Original, the barracks was and old folk lift shed. There was a guy by the name of Crag (can't remember his last name) who accidentally kill himself wile on patrol. The PBR pulled up to an area on the west bank, he placed his M16 down with the trigger housing over the peep sight of the front 50's wile securing the bow to the beach. When he went to remove the M16, the trigger let off a round that hit him in the heart - that is what I was told that happen. I remember using concussion grenades for fishing when papa-son had his nets out. We would take the days catch over to a please called "market time" to sell to the locals. We also had a stray mutt that we called Red Dog that hated the local dock workers. Bob Perry

Email: bobperry3@aol.com
 


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