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Name:Rick Zarembski
Location:Long Island NY
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Comments:I was with A troop[ 1/9 1969/70 Tay Ninh. Dont remember much but looking for anyone else from then....Moved to Phouc Vinh when we gavce the Tay Ninh base to South Vietnamese Army. Was in the convoy as a gunner in the back of a 3/4 ton to next base.
Visit Date:8/21/2012
Name:Christ maher
Location:New York
Website:Not Provided
Comments:My father was Frank J Maher III B Troop 1-9 CAV 67 - 68 , i think call sign white 11, shot down not sure DTG or location, he was only survivor. Looking to see if anyone gas any info on him and crew or pic before the TIC.
Visit Date:8/7/2012
Name:Bill Carpenter
Website:Not Provided
Comments:I put the newsletter together for the 1st Cav LRRP/Rangers. I recently received an inquiry about the death of two Rangers, Chuck Williams and Ken Burch. They were killed on 8/11/69 when the chopper that was extracting the team lost power and crashed on them. Several people on the chopper were also seriously injured. There was no enemy contact at the time. Can anyone provide any more information on this incident? Appreciate any help.
Visit Date:7/25/2012
Name:David Bennett
Location:Niceville, Fl.
Website:Not Provided
Comments: I am not sure if you are aware that CW4 Dana E. (Ed) Keeney passed away on April 20 2012. Ed was a one of my best friends and he was very proud of his time with the 1st Cavalry. he was one of the finest men I have ever known and I was honored to have him call me his friend. Here is a copy of his obituary: ana Edward Keeney 1949-2012 ���� Dana Ed Keeney, also known as Ed, passed away on Friday, April 20, 2012 at his home located in Ft. Walton Beach, Fl.� Born in Prenter, West Virginia on May 23 1949, to parents Charles E. Keeney and the late Frances (McCormick) Keeney. Ed grew up in his hometown of Carlsbad, New Mexico. ����He began his career in the U.S. Army as a Warrant Officer. Immediately after flight school Ed was deployed to Vietnam as a OH-6 Scout pilot in the 1st Cavalry Division. He flew 400 combat missions, was shot down 3 times within a 48 hour period, and was severely wounded the last time he went down. He was awarded the following medals for heroism: Distinguished Flying Cross w/ oak leaf cluster, Silver Star w/ oak leaf cluster, the Bronze Star w/ V ,� Air Medal with 14 oak leaf clusters, and� Purple Heart. Ed was also awarded the Master Aviator Wings, Meritorious Service Medal w/ oak leaf cluster , National Defense & Army Commendation Medals. He retired out of Ft. Rucker, AL as a Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4) with 26 yrs of service. After his military retirement, Ed continued his career in helicopter aviation flying for Petroleum Helicopters Inc.(PHI).� For over eight years Ed flew oil inspectors to the platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. ����Ed was a man of faith and was a member of Calvary Baptist church. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He also was a member of the Emerald Coast Mustang Club and enjoyed his Shelby Mustangs. In his younger years Ed was a 2nd degree black belt and instructor in Hapkido. He also enjoyed deep sea fishing, scuba diving, watching NASCAR races, making model�cars, helicopters and planes. He will be missed dearly. ����Ed is survived by his wife, Chong Keeney, 5 children: Clint Keeney, Trisha Holub, Jason Durr, Susan Keeney and Melisha Keeney. 5 grandchildren: Alexander Rivera, Serena Keeney, Cameron Wilson, Caden Wilson, Joshua Holub, father, Charles Keeney, sister, Tara Olds and many close friends. ����Funeral service will be at Calvary Baptist Church, Clifford Street on Monday, April 30, 2012�at�10am for close friends and family. His body will be transported to Barrancas National Cemetery, Naval Air Station, 1 Cemetery Rd. Pensacola, Fl. His burial ceremony will be conducted at 2PM at Shelter B and will include full military honors. .
Visit Date:7/23/2012
Name:Jerry Coffman
Location:Yorktown, VA
Website:Not Provided
Comments:I was a Slick pilot in H/Trp 16th Cav which became F Trp/9th Cav, Nov 71-Apr 72 at Bien Hoa. Nothing but good memories now, 40 years later. Would like to hear from anyone who has gone back, was it worth the trip?
Visit Date:7/22/2012
Name:Billie Cadwallader
Location:Cleveland, Ohio
Website:Not Provided
Comments:My husband was Dave Cadwallader. I am seeking anyone that knew him. He was a door gunner and crew chief from 69-71 in Vietnam. My husband has passed away from cancer because of agent orange. If anyone knew him I would like to talk to you about him. I am his 2nd wife. Thank you.
Visit Date:7/4/2012
Name:Mark DiCenso
Website:Not Provided
Comments:I was with the Blues, 1969 and 1970, Tay Ninh and Song Be.
Visit Date:7/4/2012
Name:mike kelley msg us army ret.
Location:tewksbury,ma (lowell)
Website:Not Provided
Comments:on memorial day let us remember our lost comtades of 1/9, for all those who gave their lives in vietnam, afghanistan and iraq,and for all those who served in those wars. i salute all of you, living and dead. in my 22 years of military service, it was the 1/9th that molded me into a combat those of you who trained me, like titch,cwo bogdue, cwo hizer, and others like george gavaria, and kept me alive, i am gratefull. i will never forget you.--mike kelley
Visit Date:5/26/2012
Website:Not Provided
Comments:Looking for any information from anyone who served with PSGT Joseph Hockenberry B troop 1/9th, KIA 4/2/67 in Binh Dinh South vietnam. I am his cousin.
Visit Date:5/17/2012
Name:Jeremy Hogan
Website:Not Provided
Comments:I'm sorry to inform troopers that Edward MacNish who served with my father Jerry Hogan in B 1/9th at Quan Loi during 1969-70 passed away Monday in New Jersey. I was informed by his son. Here is a link to the Obit: MacNish was flying Scouts when the OH-6 in which he was a gunner was shot down. Ed had a long recovery from his wounds. He was awarded the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and the Silver Star.
Visit Date:4/11/2012
Name:allen mccoy
Location:chandler ind
Website:Not Provided
Comments:served 1/9 hht june 67-june68 crew chief flew with a b c troops when extra chopper was needed welcome home guys looking for charlie patton
Visit Date:3/31/2012
Name:Jack Eller
Website:Not Provided
Comments:A 1/9 1969 Gunner
Visit Date:3/28/2012
Name:Paul Luse
Website:Not Provided
Comments:Brother of Ken Luse, KIA 11/29/69.
Visit Date:3/25/2012
Name:Andrew Hudson
Website:Not Provided
Comments:I was Troop D Commander May-November 1969. Sergeant Donald Sidney Skidgel should be listed in your Fidler's Green. He was posthumously awarded Medal of Honor for his heroic actions on September 14, 1969. First Lieutenant Michael Herman Thomas and Private First Class John Anthony Halladay, Company E. 5th Battalion, 7th Cavalry Scout Platoon were attached to Troop D and were Killed In Action on September 14, 1969.
Visit Date:3/13/2012
Name:Stan McInelly
Location:Kettle Falls WA. 99141
Website:Not Provided
Comments:I was only in country from the 1st part of 1967 until Sept 67 when a gunship went down and blew up when we were trying to get our brothers out of the burning ship I have not talked to many people about my time in Nam and I just started going to the VA Hospital two years ago I might go to the reunion in TX this year and talked to people who know what it was like
Visit Date:2/28/2012
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