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Welcome home to everyone. Nice website and the names and comments sure bring back memories. Served with the 192nd from Ft. Riley, Kansas (06/67), through deployment (10/10/67) and until 05/68. It's funny seeing wooden barracks in the pictures cause when I got transferred out of there in 05/68, we were still living in GP Medium tents. Brian Bourgoine, just got wind of the reunion on this site, will try to make it.

Added: December 8, 2009
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On my 2nd tour in nam, volunteered for a door gunner. Assigned to 192nd asslt hel. co.68-69deros.Flew insertions and extractions taking LRRPs Currahees. Got job as sgt. of P.O.L. Thanks, for a great website and welcome home my brothers in arms.

Added: December 1, 2009
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With the 192nd all the way from Ft.Riley to October 1968. First aircraft tail number was 000.
Had alot of good times and some not so good. Happy holidays to all that are still arround.


Added: November 27, 2009
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Admin reply: Hi Joseph Martinez:

Thanks for signing our Guestbook.

Come back and drop off your email address. The one you left with your Guestbook post returns an error message "User Unknown" when I try to send you an email.

Regards, Bill Cope, Polecat 24


Added: November 25, 2009
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I was a 2nd platoon crew-chief 1967-68 A/C 355

Added: November 18, 2009
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I was in the 192nd Assalt Helecopter Co. in Vietnam in 1969-1970. Worked on radios and controls in helecopters and also flew door gunner part time. ;) ;)

Added: November 16, 2009
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Howdy fellow 192nd vets This is for Dennis Vernachi who posted a comment in Oct> I see you are still looking for WO Noble and I ran into a guy by that name with the 281st in St Louis last August during the reunion that WE (192nd) horned in on so you might look there for this Noble character. Hope this helps you KEN

Added: November 11, 2009
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I look forward to looking in on you all every once in a while via this terrific website. Well done! I really admire anyone who takes the time to keep the memory of the 192nd thriving. I hope we can all get together at one of the 192nd reunions that the new association will be organizing. Stay safe!
Polecat 29 "Blivot"


Added: November 5, 2009
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Looking forward to the planned reunion in st louis aug 2010. as I get older I think of 1st plt. often :crazy:

Added: October 30, 2009
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Uncle Bill the website looks great. You were a handsome young LT. Thanks for all that you did back then.

Admin reply: I'm proud to say that my niece, Sarah, is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and has completed three tours in Iraq. When not on active duty, she serves as a Special Agent with the U.S. State Department Diplomatic Security Service. Thank you Sarah for your brave service to our country!


Added: October 21, 2009
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