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Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, 22nd Infantry,Regulars By God!

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Message Number: 975 - Wednesday, June 20, 2018 09:11:08 PST
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Name:  otimio vasquez
Your Unit (if any):  3/22
Dates Served:  69/70


Message Number: 974 - Tuesday, June 19, 2018 15:46:53 PST
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Name:  Charles R Zimmer
Dates Served:  11/2/69 to Oct 23,1970

Chuck Zimmer Bo-Legs Apache squad last 6 months RTO . straight-edge woodline one of many God may we all rest in PEACE?????

Message Number: 973 - Tuesday, June 19, 2018 05:23:59 PST
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Name:  Guillermo Tijerina

Good to stay in contact with fellow Nam soldiers.

Message Number: 972 - Monday, June 18, 2018 17:43:47 PST
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Name:  Delbert Eyer
Your Unit (if any):  2nd btn 12 inf 4th divI -4.2 mortars
Dates Served:  67, 68

I just reviewed my latest newsletter. I find it very enlightening and it still helps heal our wounds.

I have become involved with projects for disabled veterans. Some from WWII all the way through afghanistan. Their stories are always heart wrenching.

We all know PTSD is prevalent but at our last outing a Vietnam vet spilled his heart out. He was a Marine recon platoon seargent His PTSD stories are by far the worst I have encounterd. He had the whole audience in tears.

Del Eyer

2nd Btn 12 inf 4th Div - 4.2 mortars

Message Number: 971 - Monday, June 18, 2018 17:12:27 PST
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Your Unit (if any):  4th Platoon c/3/22
Dates Served:  10/25/67 --- 10/25/68

Hello again , did this about 20years ago . Anyway I was there and saw the action on Kevin Portor Day , i was at BURT, APCHO, and was hit by a piece of shrapnel from the same Rocket which took the life of A HERO named GLEN NISHIZAWA, he was one of my best friends, Bill Watson was my good friend, i was there the day Bill was taken, i got hit on 5/31/68 , anyone has questions let me know. Glen was walking right to my left about 15 feet and back about 5 or 10 feet , i knew GLEN NISHIZAWA, BILL WATSON , AS WELL OR BETTER THEN ANYONE ELSE , GET AHOLD OF ME IF YOU NEED INFO ON BOTH OF THESE HEROS , DALE E. CULLERS !

Message Number: 970 - Monday, June 18, 2018 13:40:25 PST
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Name:  Rosemary Brazauskas

Dear Charlie Company,

I had the pleasure of going to DC this weekend for the remembrance ceremony and the rose ceremony . We remembered a cousin who passed away last year from Agent Orange related cancer and another family member that perished in the USS Forrestal fire . There were lots of people people who couldn't attend the ceremony so we gladly volunteered to place roses for others . The volunteer at the desk handed me a fist full of red roses . The first two I placed finding the names easily on the wall . The others we're confused so we searched and finally asked for help from a ranger . I noticed that all of the ones I had in my hands were from your unit Charlie Company c/3/22 Association.

It was am honor to place roses for your brave fallen buddies! I touched each name and said a prayer for that soldier, his family and friends.

For those of you who remain, thank you for your Service! None of you are forgotten!


Message Number: 969 - Friday, June 8, 2018 13:16:51 PST
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Name:  bill h schwindt
Your Unit (if any):  4th platoon
Dates Served:  66-67

mostly 70-71 guys, I just talked to Ron Ruiz. He's in CA. He remember "poor boy" but not his real name. i've certainly heard of "poor boy" but I can't remember who he is either.

So if you remember Ron Ruiz, or can tell me who "poor boy" is, let me know.


Message Number: 968 - Monday, June 4, 2018 14:30:46 PST
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Name:  ken fraser
Your Unit (if any):  a-7/11 fa
Dates Served:  1969

On the eve of the battle of FSB Crook ,I would like to say thank you for your support. With support from B and C co.'s alot of artillary guys would not have made it home. Thanks Again.ken

Message Number: 967 - Wednesday, May 30, 2018 08:15:00 PST
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Name:  Crystal Caudillo
Your Unit (if any):  N/A
Dates Served:  N/A

I'm beginning my genealogy and I was told by my Grandmother that I have a relative who served and died in Vietnam. She told me this years ago so I'm sketchy on the details.My Grandmother's maiden name was Watson. We're from the greater Louisville, KY area. I've found William Watson , SSG. and I'm preparing to trace any connection. My Grandma has passed so it's going to be a challenge.

Thank you for your service,

Crystal Caudillo

Message Number: 966 - Monday, May 28, 2018 08:32:24 PST
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Name:  Patrick Shine
Your Unit (if any):  C322
Dates Served:  1968

A solemn day for our nation. Today is not for anyone who can breathe. I have long felt that anyone who can call themselves an American has won life's lottery. Look around the world. We Vietnam vets who made it home , I say we have won the soldier's lottery, but we endure no celebrations. Just an inner thanks, a silent recognition to our luck and our ability to revere our fallen brothers. Never failing to hold tight to the memory of each of them. We do this every day that we endure. Memorial Day lasts throughout the year for us. As it should.