19th Combat Eng. Battalion Vietnam Association


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7:29am 06-15-2017
Hill Charles e
I went through basic and at with Garhy he also rode convoy to​ Cam rahn bay neumirous times I miss him​ daily Rip brother
2:22pm 06-07-2017
Kenneth Smith
I just received my book and could not put it down till I finished it, Great Adventures From My Life, by Scott Sharon. He was 3rd Platoon Leader in late 68, than went to Battalion and I think CO of C company it tells about his childhood and his detailed time in Vietnam and after, I suggest anyone to order it for its a very interesting read, on our website is the link to get the book in the NEWS section. Thanks, Kenneth Smith D Co 67-68 LZ Thunder
4:25pm 04-30-2017

Looking for anyone that served with Lee E Parke 68 to 70 - 19th Engr Bal Co. D , I have a picture of Lee and more info if itll help! ty

8:06am 03-17-2017
Larry D. Bose
Hello All
Sitting here enjoying the day I arrived home, 49 years ago!
Yup! Flew into Boston on St Pats day with family waiting!
Nice memory!
1:15pm 03-12-2017
Joe Alston
Yo, fellow engineers. You may already know about this, but there is a 2016 documentary called "My Fathers Vietnam". It features an engineer unit in our area operation, and our two main roles of mine-sweep and construction. However, unless A company remained in the Duc Pho/Moduc area after the move south in Sep of '69, then the unit referenced in the film is someone other then the 19th. What was the name of A company's LZ? "Liz" and "Bronco" are named in the documentary. Anyway fabulous work and the first film I've ever seen in where combat-engineers are strongly depicted. Check it out. Produced by Sorren Sorrensen.
1:37pm 03-01-2017
capt smith went back a few years ago and lowboy was ngated up with off limits poster in english and vietnamese enjoy your trip brother
its on my bucket list
6:07am 02-24-2017
Greg Weyers
I am looking for SP.4 Ron Brown. Last known APO address in VN was company B, 19th Engineering BN. SF CA 96493. He was in VN IN 69-70 and Fort Hood prior to that. I think he was from Susanville(?) California
4:02am 01-04-2017
Make pictures of B co area and post when you get back to the WORLD.Good luck on your trip.
11:30am 01-01-2017
George Dunlap
I am returning to Nam in Jan 2017, and will tour the areas north of Bong Son where the 19th were located. What memories are rising to the surface! I was in B Co. and just hope I can find the basecamp somewhere north of LZ North
English on my tour. I was also at LZ Lowboy for a short time, and I should find that site.
12:15pm 12-08-2016
Rodney G Skinner
We lost, 1st Lt. John B. Gay May 2nd. 2016, he was in D co. 8-69-8-70. He passed away in VA hospital Iowa City, Iowa. Great guy & I will miss him. RIP
7:22pm 11-27-2016
Kelvin Davis
I was a New Zealand Army medic hosted by 19th Engineers at LZ North English between June- December 1968. I drove a grey jeep and my role was to visit the dispensary in Tam Quan village, assess patients, treat or transport back to our hospital in Bong Son village.
During my six month with your 19th Engineering Battalion I made many friends and through this web site have tried to unsuccessfully make contact after 48 years. In particular I am looking for 4 Engineers whom were travelling with me on the late afternoon of Thanksgiving day , Thursday 28th November
1968 when we were ambushed(roadside) whilst returning to LZ Nth English. This ambush happened at 5-10pm about 2-3 clicks South of our camp.
We were all wounded and medivacced to different hospitals ect and I have not seen these guys with whom I shared a horrific experience since that day in 1968. It is the 28th November today in New Zealand( we are one day ahead of the USA) so my thoughts return to that day once again.
I would appreciate any help or contact with these three guys whose names follow. I am not sure of there ranks, company or spelling of their names. I remember them as Bird( Bryd?)
Brown and Smith? ( Brown and Smith were returning from R&Rand were thumbing a ride back to camp when Bird and I stopped and picked them up.)
Hope there is someone in the Engineering community can advise or assist. Not understanding the American search sites or having service numbers ect has has probably led the lack of success during 40 years of searching. Enjoy your Thanksgiving and welcome home.
Kelvin Davis
Auckland. New Zea
11:34am 11-24-2016
James Swearingen
Thanks fir your reply. Your information will be very helpful!
5:08pm 11-14-2016
George Dunlap
George Dunlap My name is James Swearengin I was in 19th also. Head co and B co was about 5 miles north of Bong Song Aug 67. B co moved north of Duc Pho Dec 67. The LZ where Head co was called LZ ENGLISH NORTH. This place was about 5 or 6 miles north of Bong Song river on the left. I was B co mail clerk . I made 100s of trips up and down QL 1
5:27pm 11-09-2016
fred thumith
this is for ron broccardo, I was in touch with joe alston recently and he told me you would like to talk with me. I was wounded on april 22nd.more specificly the 5 ton dump truck we were riding on hit a land mine and I ended up underneath it. if you would like you can reach me thru this e-mail address.
1:24pm 11-08-2016
George Dunlap
I am returning to Viet Nam in Jan. 2017, and need to find my former base camp at which I was stationed from Aug. 1967-Oct. 1967. I know it was between Bong Son and Duc Pho. If you can give me any info, I will greatly appreciate it. I was with HQ Co., 19th Engr Bn (C).
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