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

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Message Number: 1026 - Wednesday, September 4, 2019 19:16:55 PST
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Name:  House Robert E
Your Unit (if any):  3/22 25th A co Regulars
Dates Served:  July 70 71 Viet Nam

I was in third platoon A co walked point and later RTO for John Elwell Lt . then RTO for Capt. Lanier. We were airmoble as rto i called in air strikes and gun ships and one fast mover if you are good at your job you save lives 36 TANGO NEG SIT REP.

Message Number: 1025 - Sunday, September 1, 2019 13:10:24 PST
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Name:  Don Snyder
Your Unit (if any):  C/3/22 4th
Dates Served:  65-67

Pat Shine asked me to pass this message along to all:


After lengthy consideration I realize that I am not going to be with you brothers in October.

If it was any reason other than what it is, well, my place is to be with my lady. I could write

a bunch of words , but my sweetheart still could not make it.

I will miss so many of y’all. Have a cold one for me Regulars!



Message Number: 1024 - Wednesday, August 28, 2019 09:06:39 PST
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Name:  Gary (Nevsda) Cunningham
Your Unit (if any):  C/3/22 2nd Plt.
Dates Served:  1970-1971

Looking forward to Branson, going to be good seeing all again, stay safe.

Message Number: 1023 - Monday, August 26, 2019 08:57:33 PST
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Name:  Nick Dragon
Your Unit (if any):  C/3/22
Dates Served:  68

Bill glad to see you comming get your stuff into Don so others can see you will be there it will be good to see you.

Message Number: 1022 - Monday, August 26, 2019 03:13:46 PST
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Name:  Rick DeNomme
Your Unit (if any):  C322
Dates Served:  65-67you’ve

in response to Bill Schwindt’s message-that’s great news You and Patti have been missed and another thought look at who’s coming there’s quite a few that bring family members. A very good way of carrying on our legacy

to all others reading this we,d love to see you all


Message Number: 1021 - Sunday, August 25, 2019 07:13:04 PST
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Name:  bill h schwindt
Your Unit (if any):  4th plt
Dates Served:  66-67

Guys, i just have to tell you that all the cards, letters, and emails that I received for my birthday through my daughter, Dayna, has motivated me to attend the reunion in Branson. What a suprize they were!

There are still those few that I don't care to see, but you guys, my true friends, are way more important than them.

Patti and I are beginning to make plans to see you in Branson.


Message Number: 1020 - Sunday, August 18, 2019 13:22:12 PST
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Name:  Jim Cunningham
Your Unit (if any):  c/3/22nd
Dates Served:  69-70

Heard from a couple of 69-70 guys yesterday. They had a great sendoff for Sgt. Lowell Brown on Thursday in Tennessee. Several members of Charlie Company were in attendance to pay their last respects. Some traveled from long distances to pay tribute to this great leader. They said that it was beautiful service.

Message Number: 1019 - Thursday, August 15, 2019 06:14:12 PST
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Name:  Bob Bessette
Your Unit (if any):  Co. C 3/22 3rd Platoon
Dates Served:  '69-'70

Ditto Jim Cunningham's comments. Sgt. Brown was a great leader that was well liked by all. Sorry for his loss. Will keep him in my prayers.

Message Number: 1018 - Sunday, August 11, 2019 08:10:57 PST
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Name:  Jim Cunningham
Your Unit (if any):  c/3/22 3rd Platoon
Dates Served:  69-70

Just heard about Sgt. Lowell Brown passing away yesterday. Sgt. Brown was a great guy and a great sergeant. A quiet man without a lot of rah-rah stuff, but he provided steady leadership.

We were fortunate to have to have really great sergeants in 3rd platoon. Along with Sgt. Brown, we had Gary Dunagan, Tennesssee Lowrance, John Hendrix and Rex Daniels to name a few. By 1969-70, America's political leadership was negotiating an end to the war, but the fighting in VN was still intense. Our sergeants held things together during a time when morale was really starting to go south.

I've now lost 20 platoon buddies since we came home. For many years, I didn't attend reunions. I regret that now. I encourage everybody to go, because their is no better experience than getting to see your Vietnam friends again.

Message Number: 1017 - Saturday, August 3, 2019 16:46:57 PST
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Name:  Phil van Steenwyk
Your Unit (if any):  2/77 Arty

Thank you for holding at Sui Cut. We fired you're beehive.