In Honor of Our Vets

David BASSETT:

Active duty Nov 1965 Nov 1967, inactive reserves til Nov 1971. Bravo Co. 1st of 66, 2nd Armored Div., then 2nd of 8th, 4th Div. Viet Nam for 289 days (point man, tunnel rat). Back in states to Ft Benning GA Bravo Co. 1st of 197th, 2nd Brigage.

John BOURQUIN:

Army - Drafted - 1966-1968 - Vietnam Vet - Sergeant, platoon leader, supported 1st Cav; 101st; 173rd; DaNang, Pleiku, Saigon; Marble Mountain; Proud to be an American.

Rod BRASWELL:

U.S.Army Feb '65 - July '68 - Got very lucky, didn't go to Viet Nam.

Bradley BRESSLER (now Don Berry):

Vietnam 63-66 USN

Bruce CAMPBELL:

Enlisted in the Navy July '64

Leon CARVER:

U. S. Navy Reserve, 1966-1968, Corpsman, USS Montrose, troop transport. Served as base camp for river patrols (Vung Tau River, Vietnam 1967)

Rich CASTELLANO:

Purple Heart

Loren ENGSTROM:

Died in VietNam and has a separate page

Harry Thomas HEAD:

no bio

Willie JOHNSON:

Navy reserve, 1966 to 1968, Corpsman, state-side.

Darrell LARSON:

Spent six years in the USMC

Joe LOVE:

US Army, Nov. 65 to Jan. 69, Basic Training Fort Polk, Officer Candidate School Ft. Sill, first as a student, Instructor after graduation. Executive Officer of Artillery combat unit in Viet Nam, Jan. 68 to Jan 69.

Bernard "Ron" MARCONI:

Served from April 3, 1967 until February 1, 1971. Decorations and Medals: National Defense Service Medal; Vietnam Service Medal (With Two Bronze Stars); Vietnam Campaign Medal (With Device), Combat Action Ribbon.

Otha McCAIN:

Army: August 1963 to August 1966. 13 months in Korea, about January 1964 to March 1965. Located in Pan Mun Jum next to the DMZ & supported our neutral Nations (Swiss and Swedes). From there I served the remainder of my 3 years in Frieberg, Germany.

Jon Miller:

3rd Bn 22nd inf. 25th Inf Div, Viet Nam, Nov 66-Nov 67...Combat Inf badge, Viet Nam Campaign ribbon with 2 Clusters, Bronze star. Vietnam Service Medal. Served near Dau Tieng.
      I saw Loren Engstrom just days before he was killed. He was the one of the pilots of a 'Chinook' helicopter that picked me up from a LZ, just days before I rotated out of country. I rode a sling up the belly of the 'copter' and a door gunner slapped headphones on me. The voice said "Hey, JM..what are you doing here, and laughed" . We were friends in school, and the news of his death both shocked and surprised me. I had only just seen and spoke with him. Rest in peace, Loren, my friend. You're remembered.

Bill PEDERSEN:

Died in VietNam and has a separate page