19th Combat Eng. Battalion Vietnam Association


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12:50pm 12-13-2019
Joe "crash" Cooper
To Bill Matthews
I was at bao loc during that time. Worked in comm. Do you remember Willie Wilson,Stoney Simpson ,John Knipp. I remember someone in personal visiting hutch at night. Was that you? Always good to find someone 50 years later.
7:15am 11-14-2019
richard carpenter
patrick Oshaughnessy i am looking for this man ,i beleve he might have been the passenger in a 290 clark scraper that i hit a mine out side LZ thunder .any body know him ,509 750 9487 ,
1:08pm 11-12-2019
Chuck Martin
I just received a 18th Brigade flag in the mail I had ordered. Would you all want it to hang at next reunion.
If so let me know and Ill send it to you. its only printed on one side but if hung from wall would look good.
D company 67-68
7:48am 11-12-2019
William Matthews Jr
I just wanted to say hello to all in the 19th Bat. I was assigned to HHC from Dec 68 to Dec 69 as Personnel Specialist SP/5 when left country, went to Ft. Knox where I was Honorably Discharged in 1970. Last base was at Bao Loc. I went by Bill.
9:46pm 11-09-2019
Bernie Weisz
Do you have any pictures at this site? I cant find any. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1512132370
11:03pm 09-02-2019
Bill Bruce
I was a dozer operator 66-67 and remember a big fellow with the last name of Cole. He too operated dozer. Someone posted that he was looking for Robert Fields. I seem to recall that name as well. We were all in the same platoon, attached to HQ Co.
11:05am 08-28-2019
Chris Hornbarger
Cliff Caslen - just saw your post with my Dad's name in it; quite a coincidence. My Dad left Vietnam to go to graduate school, taught at West Point, then entered the reserves. The rest of his working life he taught and was VP for IT at Blue Cross of Mass, and our family lived in Melrose, Massachusetts. Unfortunately, he is now in assisted living in the Boston area. If you are comfortable, I would appreciate talking to you. You can reach me at my work email: christopher.hornbarger@va.gov. -Sincerely, Chris
9:38am 08-28-2019
Chris Hornbarger
Hello. I'm searching for anyone who may have served with my father, CPT Dan Hornbarger. My Dad has Alzheimers, and can no longer answer some questions I still wanted to ask him about his service in Vietnam. Thank you and Sincerely, Chris Hornbarger, LTC, USA (Ret.).
11:13am 08-12-2019
Edgar Wymore
Thank you to all who attended the service at the Rick Island Arsenal. It was very nice to meet you all.
3:40pm 07-26-2019
James Swearengin
I just saw a name Mike Mcphee on here I too was at LZ Max from Dec 67 until Aug 68 Would love to hear from you Mike.ASAP
8:05am 07-18-2019
steven miller
any one from 1966-1965
7:33am 07-08-2019
cliff Casby
In previous post, I misspelled CPT Dan Hornbarger"s name.
Also, while I was at the Engr Advanced course at Ft Belvoir, VA in 1974, I met with CSM King who was 1SGT for B Co and was serving as the Engr School CSM and Ft Belvoir CSM. I met with CSM Lay while assigned to Engineer Center and Ft Leonard Wood in 1986
6:41am 07-08-2019
cliff Casby
Served as 3d Plt Ldr, B co from Aug 1968 until deros in Aug 69
Served under CPT Hornsbarger, CPT Snyder for B Co and served under CPT Skeleton, 73d CSC while my platoon was attached to the 73d Have been unable to located CPT Hornsbarger also same with 1LT Haney (called him hoss) lost a good friend in 1LT Jim Brierly killed in ambush Dec 68
all soldiers were great warriors with full courage and dedicated to their mission ESSAYONS to all
6:42am 07-02-2019
Pat Moonan
Started LZ Lowboy 22Sept1967 the 1st platoon of C company 19th Engr. That's the day C company started the period for the Valorus medal
4:40pm 06-24-2019
Mike McPhee
I was in B Co., LZ Max, Feb-Oct., 1968, then we were moved to LZ English until I left in Jan., 1969. Saw several names--James Swearingen, Jack Sawvel, John ???, don't know how to reach these guys. I'm looking for Lt. "Tink" Haney, Capt. Harshbarger, anyone else. I"m at mike@uppergulch.com. thanks.
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