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Record 208
EMAIL =: rbyram[ at ]scs.unr.edu
NAME = Robert (Bob) Byram, rdsn
Website:
Referred by: Viewing another Guestbook
From: Spring Creek ,Nv.
Time: 1999-05-12 15:15:26
Comments: I was on various "Swifts" fm Sept. 69-70 at CatLo/Sadec The comraderie was tremendous in the Brown Water Navy, and I remember almost everyone I served with. I feel a particular sadness for those not as fortunate (in country) as I. I feel that same sadness for those that did not re- cover back here, in what we called "THE WORLD."


Record 17
EMAIL =: MULEMAX[ at ]prodigy.net
NAME = Frank A. Mueller
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In!
From: Charlottesville VA
Time: 1998-04-04 22:44:42
Comments: I was OinC of a Swift Boat in 69/70.I found your site using HotBot.


Record 30
EMAIL =: norwoodpk[ at ]aol.com
NAME = Jim Madden
Website:
Referred by: Net Search
From: Chicago
Time: 1998-05-10 17:49:18
Comments: I was on Swift Boats and we often tied up to the YRBM's. We enjoyed eating in the mess, watching a movie, the beer barge alongside, and the Sunday steak barbecue. The PX (I forget what it was called) was the only place to buy stuff for months. I only slept in the crew quarters the first night on a YRBM, even though it was air conditioned most of us decided we preferred to sleep on the boats.


Record 33
EMAIL =: thewilhelms[ at ]oregoncoast.com
NAME = Richard W. Wilhelm OSC Ret.
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In!
From:
Time: 1998-05-13 21:28:36
Comments: I Served on Swifts Aug 70-71 Made mostly river patrols at Hoy Ahn also spent some time at Tan My


Record 51
EMAIL =: ccox200336[ at ]aol.com
NAME = Charles G cox
Website:
Referred by: From LinkExchange
From: all over
Time: 1998-06-24 17:57:06
Comments: Was visiting the swift boat home page. I am a member


Record 108
EMAIL =: AnthonyRT[ at ]aol.com
NAME = Anthony R. Taylor
Website:
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Reston, VA
Time: 1998-10-23 23:45:20
Comments: I'm a Swift Boat sailor (PCF-16) who operated out of Danang and Chu Lai in '66-67. God bless the Brown Water Sailors.


Record 110
EMAIL =: BAS236[ at ]aol.com
NAME = Burke Salsi
Website:
Referred by: From a Friend
From: North Carolina
Time: 1998-10-24 06:20:45
Comments: A great site and great photos! Visited the YRBM-20 in October or November '69 on PCF 12. We were on special operations on the Bassac and Mekong. Vividly remember your hospitality, your EM club on the barge, and someone's pet monkey. As I have photos especially of "Air" boats with .30 caliber mg's, I will review soon. Great Job and thanks.


Record 118
EMAIL =: eg65[ at ]mindspring.com
NAME = Dave Wallace
Website:
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Atlanta, GA
Time: 1998-11-11 23:59:08
Comments: OinC PCFs 32 & 65 out of Cat Lo and Sa Dec in 1969-70. Water-skiied the Bassac!


Record 138
EMAIL =: mebell[ at ]us.ibm.com
NAME = Mark Bell
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Temple City, Ca.
Time: 1998-12-28 00:24:22
Comments: I found your site from the Swift Boat Home Page. I served on PCF-16 and 69 from August 1968 to August 1969. Though I served in I Corp, I enjoyed your site. We lived on APL-5 while in Da Nang and then moved to a barracks in approx. October of 1968. There was no air conditioning in the barracks. My PCF-69 patrolled the Cua Dai river from March 1969 until our crew was broken up in approx. July, 1969. At first, only the VNN junks from Coastal Group 14 patrolled the Cua Dai followed by the Swifts. Eventually the Monitors arrived followed by the PBRs. The PBRs were probably the best boat for this river because of their shallow draft. Our Swifts could easily match the fire power and speed of the PBR... but not their shallow draft and turning ability. They were wonderful boats.... as were my Swifts. Mark Bell PCF-69


Record 148
EMAIL =: BAS236[ at ]aol.com
NAME = Burke Salsi
Website:
Referred by: From a Friend
From: Greensboro, NC, originally from Pgh, PA
Time: 1999-01-17 21:27:28
Comments: GREAT SITE!! Served in the Delta on a Swift boat (PCF-12). Made a trip thru the Vinh Te to Chau Doc and then to the Mekong in Dec. '69. Operated with Advisors and ARVN there. Spent most of my time at Seafloat in the middle of the river there. Great photos and I sure remember it all. I may even have some photos of the same places when the monsoons had swelled the rivers. Keep up the great work! Served on the boats from 6/69-70.


Record 173
EMAIL =:
NAME = Dani
Website: Designs By Dani
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Belleville, IL
Time: 1999-03-10 17:10:17
Comments: Great site! My dad is a Vietnam Veteran who was stationed in Qui Nhon from 69-70 on the swiftboats. My web page kinda came about because of that fact. I made a shirt for my dad for Christmas, and he loved it. So, I started making them for other vets and selling them. Then came the website. Hope you like it!!


Record 208
EMAIL =: rbyram[ at ]scs.unr.edu
NAME = Robert (Bob) Byram, rdsn
Website:
Referred by: Viewing another Guestbook
From: Spring Creek ,Nv.
Time: 1999-05-12 15:15:26
Comments: I was on various "Swifts" fm Sept. 69-70 at CatLo/Sadec The comraderie was tremendous in the Brown Water Navy, and I remember almost everyone I served with. I feel a particular sadness for those not as fortunate (in country) as I. I feel that same sadness for those that did not re- cover back here, in what we called "THE WORLD."


Record 17
EMAIL =: MULEMAX[ at ]prodigy.net
NAME = Frank A. Mueller
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In!
From: Charlottesville VA
Time: 1998-04-04 22:44:42
Comments: I was OinC of a Swift Boat in 69/70.I found your site using HotBot.


Record 259
EMAIL =: Biggd21k[ at ]aol.com
NAME = Dick Allen
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Alameda,ca
Time: 1999-09-06 19:22:11
Comments: Was on Swifts, first out of An Thoi, then Cat Lo. Was at Cat Lo when PBRs came in country. We were glad to see them as it meant no more bottom scraping for us


Record 278
EMAIL =: dpajax[ at ]USWEST.net">David Ajax
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Washington State / Colorado
Time: 1999-10-07 20:11:46
Comments: Served with PBR River Divisions 531 & 533 in My Tho 67-68, came back in-country with Swift Boats Coastal Division 13 Cat Lo/Sa Dec 69-70. Viewing all of the web sites bring back many memories .


Record 335
EMAIL =: melneef[ at ]intrepid.net">Mel Neef
Website:
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: Harpers Ferry, WV
Time: 2000-02-05 03:52:15
Comments: I was at Cat Lo from May '69 to Dec '70. Worked as an engineman on the pier crew working on PCFs. I also ran the Mike-8 (LCM8 740) out of Cat Lo to Saigon, Nha Be, Rung Sat Zone etc.


Record 337
EMAIL =: willybub3452[ at ]aol.com">Bob Yount
Website:
Referred by: Net Search
From: Washington state
Time: 2000-02-06 06:59:54
Comments: What an outstanding web sight. I was at sea float 69-70 and there on swift boats .What memories .Jerry Edge Vern Bear Bob West Totten Campia Lt Wright C Brown Chase , where are you? And Erlickson from sea float BOB YOUNT GMG3


Record 460
Really great site. Memories, memories. I was OinC on Swift boats and have been trying to locate old enlisted crew members; Rd3 Larry Jones (Pennsylvania?), Gmg3 Short, EN1 Elwart, Qm1 Mike Meeske (an Aussie as I remember) and Bm3 Kope (Oklahoma?). I would really like to hear from anybody I knew over there. MIKE GAN 281-342-5190

Mike Gann <gann3850[ at ]aol.com>
UNIT/SHIP= COSDIV 12 & 11, - YRS= 69-70 - BASE/location= Danang & An thoi
FROM= Richmond, Tx
- Friday, September 01, 2000 at 10:05:53 (PDT)


Record 473
Thanks for the memories....kind of tried to forget, but it never goes away...many bad and beautiful times and many, many wonderful shipmates...

Gene Heintz <genezh[ at ]earthlink.net>
UNIT/SHIP= PCF Div 101 [ at ] 102, - YRS= 65-66 - BASE/location= Cat Lo [ at ] An Thoi
FROM= Phoeniz, Az
- Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 15:43:37 (PDT)


Record 485
Arrived in country back end of Tet at Siagon. Myself and seamen Harry Creamer were put on a 30 cal. mg on the roof. Prior attachment to Sealords, we lost Pochell and McDermott. Started with Sealords Oct 68 and stay with it until Feb 69 when I got my freedom bird. Former crew Ltjg Jim Will (OIC), RDSN Jack Cook, GM2 Herman Lavinghouse ( from LA and still looking for him), QM2 Raul Najera, EN2 Odell Young. Prently serving as an officer of Swift Boat Sailors Association. Will be in San Diego on November 11th, 2000 to dedicate the All Unit Navy Memorial, PCF-104, a PBR and CCB. Tommy Trees Forrest

Thomas G. Forrest <Tmytrees[ at ]concentric.net>
UNIT/SHIP= PCF 28, 98 & 102, - YRS= 68 - 69 - BASE/location= Cat Lo
FROM= Detroit, MI
REFFERED By= Brousing
- Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 14:36:55 (PDT)


Record 525
NICE WEB SITE GLAD THAT I found it.miss the SHIPMATES THAT I served with have lost contact with most of them. would like to hear from them

DONALD W. WHITLER USN RET. <dwhitlerlucasco.net>
UNIT/SHIP= swiftboats, - YRS= 66-67 - BASE/location= DANANAG/CHU-LAI
FROM= DES MOINES, IA
- Sunday, December 10, 2000 at 16:53:28 (PST)


Record 556
I am trying to find people who were on Swift boats in the Cau Mau area 69-70, especially the Mark 3 boats. 3 We were based at Cat Lo for awhile.

James E Morgan <JMORGAN12,rye5239>
UNIT/SHIP= COSDIV16, - YRS= 69-70 - BASE/location= SEAFLOAT
FROM= Holly Hill, FL.
- Saturday, January 13, 2001 at 17:31:20 (PST)

Record 744
FEELING NOSTALGIC.LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO SERVED ON SWIFTS DURING 3/67THRU 10/68 .ESPECIALLY ANY INFO ON SN CLEARY,SN MOTT OR ANYONE ELSE WHO SERVED ON THE 46 BOAT.ALSO WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM SULLIVAN (SULLY) OR LEEK,AND EVEN GOTTLIEB.WILL BE CHECKING SITE AGAIN..SHORTY

NAME = RICHARD SCHAFFER <EMAIL = malibusnrise[ at ]earthlink.net>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = COSDIV 15
BASEs or LOCATIONS= QUIN NON,V.N
YEARs in VIETNAM = 67/68
- Friday, August 03, 2001 at 12:36:53 (PDT)

Record 747
I am a cousin of Jack Elliot who was a LtCmdr in ComRivRon 57 at Binh Thuy, RVN. He was on the Swift boats and was killed in late 1968. At the time he was killed I was in the army stationed at Nha Trang but never got to talk to him or see him over there. I, and the rest of his family, would like to hear any memories anyone who served with him might like to share. I would like to hear stories about his exploits and service over there. Anything you can share with me will be shared with his two surviving brothers and the rest of the family. Thank you very much for your help. Chuck Provonchee

NAME = Chuck Provonchee <EMAIL = Chuck3284[ at ]hotmail.com>
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Jack Elliot, Binh Thuy
YEARs in VIETNAM = 67-68
- Tuesday, August 07, 2001 at 15:44:29 (PDT)

Record 759
Was QM/COB on Swifts at COSDIV 13 from 9/67 to 1/68. Moved North to support counter TET Ops. Qui Nhon from 1/68 to 9/68 as COB and MAA. Left as QM1. Stayed in Reserves after Nam and returned to active duty in 9/99 will retire 9/02

NAME = Dave Bradley <EMAIL = bradleydm[ at ]ncwg2.navy.mil>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = COSDIV 13 & 15
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Cat Lo & Qui Nhon
YEARs in VIETNAM = 67-68
FROM WHERE = Maumee, OH
- Tuesday, August 14, 2001 at 12:15:45 (PDT)

Record 801
4.0 web site.

How well I remember SEAFLOAT, 1969 - 1970.

I did a tour with the BietHi escorting the sand barges aboard SWIFT boats (no place to hide.)
If the world had a rectal orfice, it would definetly be in Nam Can Vietnam.

What I did for fun while I was there? I shot rats at night with my .38 S&W.

To All of you: "welcome to the world!"
To those that gave their lives for us to come home: " You will always be remembered, Thank You!"

tu amigo
Doc Rio


NAME = Erasmo "Doc" Riojas USN Ret
WEB SITE = http://www.mi-vida-loca.com
<EMAIL = elticitl[ at ]mi-vida-loca.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = Many up and down the Mekong Delta with SEAL Team TWO
BASEs or LOCATIONS= too many to list
YEARs in VIETNAM = 1967,1968,1969,1970
FROM WHERE = Laredo , now in Pearland, TX
REFFERED By = SEAL Private Mailing List
- Tuesday, September 04, 2001 at 10:00:00 (PDT)


Record 802
I was an 'intelligence/combat' photographer, whatever that is, stationed with UDT-13 and spent a week or so on board the USS TERREL COUNTY prior to SEAFLOAT being built. While there, we had a few search and destroy operations, got ambushed a couple times and ate some good chow on board the TC. Our OIC was LT Bruce Dyer (retired as CAPT). The officer in charge of creating SEAFLOAT flew in one day while we were 'hiking' along the river bank with an eye out for local inhabitants with AK's and we gave him some protection from whatever as we checked out Old Nam Canh and some other places in that area. SEAL One had some guys hot bunking with us. MM1 Moki Martin, Solano, Gore, Farmer, and Dee Daigle were there. LT Tim Wettack was the SEAL OIC. They worked at night and we worked during the day. Prior to my arriving, PCF 43 got blown up on the river by a VC attack that ultimately set off all the demolitions on board. During the firefight, Doc Worthington the UDT Corpsman, the skipper of the boat LTJG Don Drosz, and the coxn of the PCF, QM3 Tom Holloway, were killed. Most of the UDT men and most of the boat's crew were wounded. As a result of this action, John Lowry of UDT-13 got the Silver Star. Art Ruiz and Mike Sandlin of UDT were wounded. Art went home for a while and later came back on active duty. Mike returned to duty after a bullet hole through his thigh healed. He's not back on active duty as a recruiter for the SEALs. (53 years old)

NAME = PHC (DV) (PJ) Steven L. Waterman, Ret.
WEB SITE = http://www.justasailor.com/thebook.html
<EMAIL = Steve[ at ]JustASailor.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = UDT-13 aboard USS Terrel County
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Before SeaFloat was built
YEARs in VIETNAM = 1969
FROM WHERE = South Thomaston, ME
REFFERED By = Frank Sparks
- Wednesday, September 05, 2001 at 02:44:32 (PDT)

Record 823
nothing to tell, shot at...missed...craped on...hit.

NAME = George C. Rekow <EMAIL = gcr[ at ]isgsfo.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = Boat Squadron One, PCF Div 101&105
BASEs or LOCATIONS= PCF Div 101 An Thoi, PCF Div 105 Qui Nhon
YEARs in VIETNAM = 1965-1966
FROM WHERE = San Francisco, CA
- Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 16:44:18 (PDT)

Record 827
I was in Cat Lo from Feb 67 to Mar 68. I spent most of my time PCF 37 although I spent time on a number of other boats toward the end of my tour. I was the Gunners Mate. I was on the sister boat when Gary Friedman was killed on a double load of a mortar round in 1967. My boat officer was Ltjg Bob Plumb. I served with 1st Class Radarman Leo Johnson, Boatswains Mate Woody Drew, Yeoman Mike Youle, 2nd class Enginman Ed Zimmerman. I've been in communication with Bob Plumb and would like to contact others on my crew.

NAME = James H Marohn <EMAIL = jmarohn[ at ]new.rr.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = PCF 37 96 70
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Cat Lo
YEARs in VIETNAM = 1967-68
FROM WHERE = Neenah, WI
- Sunday, September 30, 2001 at 19:50:48 (PDT)

Record 843
I WAS ATTACHED TO THE TEIN SHA SECURITY GROUP. WE SENT GROUP AS FAR NORTH AS CUA VIET AND BELOW CHU LAI. I WAS ON THE TEIN SHA PENNISULA WHEN THEY TURNED THE SWIFT BOATS OVER TO THE VIETS. IN THE TYPHOON OF 71 THEY ALL (9) SUNK AT THE PIER BECAUSE THE VIETS WERE AFRAID TO MAN THEM AND PUT THEM IN THE HARBOR.SICKENING, WHEN YOU LOVED THOSE BOATS. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

NAME = JAMES (BEAR) BROWN <EMAIL = JBrown2456[ at ]aol.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = NSA DANANG, SECURITY DET
BASEs or LOCATIONS= DANANG
YEARs in VIETNAM = 12 MOS
FROM WHERE = 12/70 TO 1/72, TEXAS
- Friday, October 12, 2001 at 22:49:26 (PDT)

Record 867
I was on the commissioning crew of the swift boats in 1965. Crew #1 was: LTJG David McFarland- Boat Officer, made LT. in Viet Nam; Neal Blanchard-BM1, made chief in Nam; William Grundy-GM2;Carl Cloud-EM2; James W. Burke-QM3; Fred Beard-RM3. Crew#1 and #2 (PCF 3 and PCF 4)received orders at the same time. When I received my orders, I was on the USS Princeton LPH5 out of Long Beach,CA. Also, on the Princeton (along with me)was Al Naugh(t) QM3. We both received orders at the same time. Al Naugh(t) was the QM for Crew #2. For some reason, the day PCF 4 went down, Al was on sick call. I did not the seaman, David Boyl,that was killed. I have had no contact with any of my crew members. If you have any addresses or phone numbers, please contact me. My mailing address is as follows: James W. Burke home phone- (229)273-4070 576 Old Hatley Road work - (229)276-2659 Cordele,GA 31015 *Note* This info was submitted by James (Jimmy) Burke's son but the info itself came from Jimmy. He will be online soon.

NAME = James (Jimmy) W. Burke <EMAIL = burkestop[ at ]hotmail.com>
FROM WHERE = Cordele, GA
- Monday, November 05, 2001 at 06:53:56 (PST)

Record 875
My first entry was #485. Back for another visit. I am still searching for Herman Lavinghouse from Cajon country. He was our gunnermate. Please note my new e-mail address. Still active with the Swift Boat Sailors Association.

NAME = Tommy Trees Forrest <EMAIL = Tompcf102[ at ]aol.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = PCF's 28, 98 & 102
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Cat Lo
YEARs in VIETNAM = 68 - 69
FROM WHERE = Harper Woods, MI
REFFERED By = Surfed In
- Wednesday, November 07, 2001 at 15:23:08 (PST)

Record 884
after SERE school in whidbey island, wash in july 68 i flew into saigon, stayed at the imfamous annapolis hotel. first night in-country pulled guard duty atop the hotel m-60, sandbags all around, all i could say was what the hell did you get yourself into this time. haven't volunteered for anything since!!! from there i went to cam rahn bay and served as a staff yeoman after being there for a few months i was sent to cat lo to replace their staff yeoman. while in each place i participated in several PCF patrols, wanted to be in the action i suppose, some were quite boring and others well let's they were quite an experience. sure would like to hear from anyone that was at either place during those dates. some names i remember; warrant officer bob spinner, lcr russell, cmd, horne, cmd hodge, yn1 whitlock, yn1 murdock, sk2 bob hudson, rm2 bob clubbs, sn mmike lavallie, sn sampson and a ton of other crazies i'd love to hear from. mentioned above that i was in other places, now and then i got dragged along to help inspect the othe swifty bases, an thoi, da nang, and quin nhon

NAME = Craig P. Doyle <EMAIL = bacp575[ at ]earthlink.net>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = COMCOSRON1 Cam Rahn Bay and COSDIV13 (Black Cat) Cat Lo
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Cam Rahn Bay, Cat Lo, Quin Nohn and short stops in a few other places
YEARs in VIETNAM = July 68 - Aug 69
FROM WHERE = Pittsburgh, Pa
REFFERED By = just surfing
- Monday, November 12, 2001 at 14:59:57 (PST)

Record 908
GMGSN Jim Marohn Neenah Wi Cat Lo I arrived in Cat Lo in March of 1967 and spent my first few weeks on PCF 96 along with my crew. After less than a week in country, on a training run with our sister boat, a mortar round exploded on board on a presumed double load of the 81 MM on the fantail, killing Gary Friedman and wounding a few others. That was LTjg Keating's PCF. What a way to start. Shortly after that we assigned to PCF 37 and stayed on it for most of our tour. My crew consisted of me as the gunner, LTjg Bob Plumb as boat officer, Radarman 1st Class Leo Johnson, Woody Drew BMSN, Ed Zimmerman 2nd class snipe and Michael Youle Yeoman SN. Bob Plumb is in Washingotn DC. His e-mail is plu[ at ]bellatlantic.net It was good year and bring lots of memories - both good and bad. The year was a roller coaster of sheer boredom to adrenaline bursts. Great Fun... Anyway, I left Cat Lo right during the start of the Tet Offensive - nice timing. I sure would like to heard from some of the my old friends.

NAME = Jim Marohn GMGSN <EMAIL = jmarohn[ at ]new.rr.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = PCF 37 , 96 and few others
BASEs or LOCATIONS= COMCOSDIV 13 Cat Lo
YEARs in VIETNAM = 3/67-3/68
FROM WHERE = Neenah, WI
- Wednesday, November 28, 2001 at 20:03:35 (PST)

Record 915
In the spring of 1970 we moved some boats [swifts] from seafloat to the mekong in support of an operation to cease arms movement out of Cambodia. Our boats were used for insetion of army [Green Berets I think] for making a sweep of an island that layed both in Camboadia and Nam and then stood off to give needed fire support. While holding off about 1/4 mi. reported to boat officer that small arms fire was coming from one of two houches [huts] on shore. This info was relayed to those in charge and was given orders to lay in 50cal fire on targets. Walked in 50cal onto houch #1 and it went up in ball of flames. One NVA tried to ecape to other houche and took him out. Ground ops captured number of arms in 2nd houche. I don't remember the name of this op, but we had support of Seawolf and Cobra gunships. Before or after this op we were policing river traffic coming out of Cambodia and the largest and highest Noahs arc like barge came down river. we determined to leave it alone and let it be searched by an other group [;.. When I find my slides I will post pixs of this craft and op

NAME = Ron Chase <EMAIL = windrider18[ at ]excite.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = Swifts PCF12
BASEs or LOCATIONS= DaNang & Seafloat
YEARs in VIETNAM = June 1969-June 1970
FROM WHERE = Kamiah, Id
- Saturday, December 01, 2001 at 17:06:02 (PST)

Record 917
served a year at cat lo as agmg3/gmg2 from jan 67-jan68

NAME = gabriel m.vigil
WEB SITE =
<EMAIL = vigil1947[ at ]aol.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = pcf 35 pcf 95
BASEs or LOCATIONS= cat lo cos ron one black cat div
YEARs in VIETNAM = 1-1967-1968
FROM WHERE = aguilar, colo
REFFERED By = self
- Monday, December 03, 2001 at 03:00:47 (PST)

Record 941
Would llike to hear from any shipmate I served with from Jan. 1951 to Aug. 70. Was in many Mine Force ships and commands. Instructor duty '63-'66. Trained MSB relief boat crews '69-'70 at Mine Ron 11 in Long Beach until retirement there. QMC Leroy Kenner, USN, (Ret.) Now live in Cedaredge, CO

NAME = Leroy Kenner <EMAIL = Leroy327[ at ]aol.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = PCF Div 102, which became Coastal Division 12
BASEs or LOCATIONS= Da Nang
YEARs in VIETNAM = 1966-67
FROM WHERE = Denver, CO
REFFERED By = surfed on
- Monday, December 17, 2001 at 16:42:47 (PST)

Record 975
Nice website - Good work

NAME = Ron Chase <EMAIL = wind54diver[ at ]aol.com>
UNITs SHIPs BOATs = Coastal Div 11 Swifts PCF12/93
BASEs or LOCATIONS= DaNang & Seafloat
YEARs in VIETNAM = June 1969 - June 1970
FROM WHERE = Kamiah , Idaho
- Thursday, January 10, 2002 at 14:17:08 (PST)
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