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This is for the Blues early 69, I need an exact date for the incident at LZ West when they sent us down to recover bodies . So I can get official after action report.
Posted by Doc Anderson on January 23, 2018 @ 5:35pm
My uncle, Marc Johnvin, Was always proud of his time in F Troop. Between him and my dad, they were the big influencers for my decision to enlisting.
Posted by William Johnvin on January 13, 2018 @ 5:38pm
2018 Reunion May 17,18, & 19th 2018. Panama City Beach, FL...Boardwalk Beach Resort. Contact me for registration info...email@example.com
Posted by William Bryan Blueghost 25--72-73 on December 7, 2017 @ 5:56pm
Just met one of your pilots yesterday at Thanksgiving dinner Al Sabaka. I was a gunner on a Charlie model "The Mavericks" in Vinh Long. I will be flying out of your old airfield in March 2018 as I fly back to Saigon.It seems like such a long time ago and I think it was.
Posted by John on November 24, 2017 @ 7:11am
Gentlemen, Thank you for your service to our country and to secure the freedoms that we enjoy as Americans. This Thursday, Nov. 9th, we we will have a Veterans' Day program to honor all veterans, but one in particular was a member of the Blue Ghosts. His name is Sgt.
Wendell Harkey, May 1966-Oct. 1967. Sgt. Harkey was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident several years ago. We will honor his service by presenting a properly folded American flag to his daughter, who is a teacher here at Battiest School in southeastern Oklahoma. May GOD bless you all each and every day, especially on this Veterans' Day, 2017.
Posted by Sixth Grade Students @ Battiest, OK Public School on November 7, 2017 @ 2:00pm
With luck, is it New Orleans in November? Have to check more.
Posted by Spook on September 1, 2017 @ 7:46pm
My Dad was F Troop/Blue Ghost 67/68...Pilot. His name was Jack Earwood. If you knew him I would live to hear from you. He passed away 1/21/2012. He love his fellow BG as much or more than his family. He was the ultimate soldier. My number is 770.895.8128.
Posted by Kelly Earwood on May 29, 2017 @ 12:08pm
My Dad was Jack Earwood. 3 tours...Blue Ghost 1967/68. He passed away 1/21/2012.
Posted by Kelly Earwood on May 29, 2017 @ 11:55am
Tom T. Oliver was a door Gunner on Marvel/Marble ???? My. In 71/72. He always thought he would make it to a reunion with his fellow BlueGhost. Due to his liver three years ago this past March, his dream didn't,get full-filled! Tom was proud of his service to our country and loved his fellow military family!
If the VA in Columbia SC had sent him for a liver transplant, he might still be with us! Any of you wonderful vets who needs medical attention, go somewhere other than a VA hospital! Agent orange and the military hospital is what caused his death, in the end!
God Bless you all !!!!
Sister of Thomas "Tom" T. Oliver
Posted by Ginger Oliver Morton on May 13, 2017 @ 3:17pm
hello all. I don't come here that often. Think it has to do with one night there. I was one of the ones that got medivaced that night of 6 th of march.
for some reason have lost all memories of my year with the Blue Ghost. I feel of all my injuries that is the worst. Well Good luck and many days of good health. If Sfc. Randell Morris is still looking for some of those who he lost that night my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Leo Kudel on April 19, 2017 @ 9:17am
Tan Hats, 72-16. Retired Army Helicopter pilot. Looking forward to being a guest at your convention in Austin, TX..Guest of John and Renee Hoffman from NC.
Posted by Terry Benson on April 7, 2017 @ 11:54am
My brother David M. Higgins did 3 tours in Vietnam as a door gunner. He passed away in San Tan Village (Phoenix), AZ. I found Blue Ghost on his computer. He waited until my wife and I could arrive from Cheyenne, Wy before he finally passed. I did two tours in Vietnam with First Cav, I did the 68 Tet outside of Hue, then went to An Khe, then my second tour I did in Phouc Vinh. My brother was shot down in Phouc Vinh and chopper landed in Song Be river. He and I did a second tour at same time and he saw me then went on mission (Vung Tau) I was in hospital there got rocket, sent to Cam Rand Bay Convalesent Center which got overan by sapper battalion (on 25th inf page). went back to triangle returned to vung tau it got hit again so USAF medevaced entire hospital patients to Camp Drake, Japan. Then I got sent by Uncle Sam to someplace worse than Vietnam: Oakland, Ca.
Posted by Steven J. Higgins on April 3, 2017 @ 1:34pm
here it is march 2017
48 years who would have known we a are still here. scout in 69
Posted by jim gelardi on March 28, 2017 @ 2:47pm
Blue Ghost 67-69. Great reading all the messages. Hope everyone is well.
Posted by George "Muff" Handley on March 20, 2017 @ 5:41pm
no room at the inn, have a great time, maybe next time.
Posted by Don McConeghy on March 20, 2017 @ 9:32am
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