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Kat Davis   April 01, 2013 08:35 pm
Hubby was a "River Rat" from 68 to 72. Virgil Davis Jr. Part of the 458th Trans Co out of Fort Story. We just lost him to the effects of Agent Orange on 01/17/13. Have tons of pics, and all sorts of things he managed to bring back that belong in a museum. Would love to share the pics, have so many people that I cannot identify. Any ideas on the proper museum to contact for the memorabilia? Give me info on how to join, or where to send pics.
 kat,kerr.davis@gmail.com
Burdette Parry   March 05, 2013 10:25 pm
dylantparry@yahoo.com

(my nephew's)..I will be his narrator
 dylantparry@yahoo.com
Lee   December 25, 2012 10:44 am
Merry Christmas to all
 
randy wehner   December 14, 2012 03:06 pm
I was with the d co 52nd infantry in 68. I was a E-5 and they sent me to Vung Tau to train on the pbrs. I was stationed at Cogido.Have pics. I was on a LCM before the pbrs at cogido. A lot of wild good memorys.I only remember one name of the guys. Rick LeCure and Brownie all M.P.s
 
Phil Bower   November 26, 2012 02:26 pm
I was with the 458th at CLJ,N.O.,La. from nNov. 1958 to Feb. 1961. Enjoying all the information of the old co. that i'm learning here.
 
Matt Gage   August 27, 2012 11:12 am
Thanks to all of you for your service
 mgage@geshosting.com
Mike HanesJr   June 28, 2012 09:00 pm
while doing some research for a story I am attempting to write after not doing any writing for 30+ years. Thank you for sharing this with myself and any other Veteran
 mikehanes1@cox.net
Brian Sullivan   May 08, 2012 08:41 pm
Does anyone from Qui Nhon '70/'71 remember the crazy little mascot dog that hung around the PBR dock. He was really wired. I believe his name was Binoctal.

Also:
Does anyone from Qui Nhon '71 remember the attack and subsequent fire Feb 15th at the International Shell Storage yard by LST beach?
 bandbsull@aol.com
Salvatore Potenzano   May 03, 2012 10:50 pm
Salvatore Potenzano his 458th tour was in 66-67.

      Salvatore P. Potenzano, 52, died Sept. 1 in Nathan Adelson Hospice.

      He was born Aug. 11, 1947, in New York. An Army veteran of the Vietnam War, he was a retired investment manager and a resident of Las Vegas.

      He is survived by his wife, Olga of Las Vegas; son, Dominick in south florida. He had a blood disorder contracted from agent orange. I do have plenty of pics of him and his crew on the boat. Would love to share. Just tell he how.
 Dpotenz25@yahoo.com
Staci Rees   May 02, 2012 11:20 pm
I am a niece of a fallen soilder from 1971. I do not see his name mentioned,James A. Loux. He was a hero.
 blueefly@live.com
Tom Wonsiewicz   April 07, 2012 12:50 pm
I am trying to track down info on the MP who died while assigned to Cat Lai late in 1969. There was an explosion on a night patrol that mortally wounded him.I'd appreciate any leads (name, home town, his MP unit number--anything at all.) We need to honor his dying as part of the 458th community. tjwons@me.com
 tjwons@me.com
Capt. Chris King   March 11, 2012 05:04 pm
Did anyone ever explore the cave on the island up river from Vung Ro Bay? It was a sheer rock tall narrowing water entrance, we thought charlie may have been storing stuff in it so we decided to take a look. No one wanted to get out of the boat and go into the entrance, but I just had to. Water was wadeable and rocky up to an entrance that turned left in to the cave. I was scared clueless to turn the corner and go in. So I put a bomb in first. Big shock, next thing tons of fruit bats pouring out ,shit flying all over, me face down in the water. The rest of the guys under the canvas on the PBR laughing their butts off. Sorry forgot my E-mail on first post. Just starting to get into remembering you guys and stuff. Became a Capt. in the 80's and owned Dive/Fishing/Diner/Booze cruise in Sarasota Fl called Sea Adventure. Now own www.thedomefleamarket.com
 ckingsea9@gmail.com
Bill Northrop, secretary   March 04, 2012 01:56 pm
To all who sign the guestbook that served on boats in Viet Nam please at least leave your e-mail so we can get in touch with you. Thanx, Bill
 
Chris King   March 02, 2012 04:19 pm
Nice to see so many still at it with the 458th. Would like to send in my pictures and contribute to the membership and join. Coxswain 68-69 4 post in country
 
robert walters   February 20, 2012 10:25 pm
joined the 344th shortly after the larcs arrived. trans to 347 as they went to nam, too short 63/65
 
Lee Helle   February 03, 2012 11:02 pm
seems election ballots were counted twice at our last reunion, the 1st day and then at the meeting. I did notice a unsecured ballot box with blank ballots setting on one of the display tables the 1st day. I find the idea rather disgusting that the winners were known several days before the official count. I'm quite aware I'm a cranky old fart, but this kind of snafu make me wonder just where the hell this organization is headed. Well meaning and or harmless those involved in counting ballots before the meeting. should look in the mirror and ask themselves the question I'm asking. Are you a officer because you want to better the organization or for the bragging rights?
 lee1935@q.com
steve miles   January 19, 2012 06:30 pm
great site did not know army had boat unit in nam
 
Tony. G.   January 11, 2012 09:15 pm
I was at ft. Story in Nov.- dec. 66'. Nam 67. - 68. Was in Cam Rahn Bay. On FMS.
 tonyrdw@verizon.net
Keith Willerton   December 17, 2011 12:48 pm
I was an MP at the 720th Long Binh Post Oct 68. Transferred to 458th Cat Lai early 69 around Tet, the day LB Post was attacked. I was the coxswain on J7803 until I returned to the states in October 69.
 
roy miller   December 05, 2011 02:11 pm
854 trans
 


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