AHS 65 VETERAN UNIFORM PICTURES & Comments *Deceased
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Alford, Dick--Army, Vietnam
Baker, Jim*--Army, Vietnam
Marla Beiser Baker: "Jim was south South Viet Nam and always said in his letters that he did not face much action. But the phrase WAR IS HELL was used frequently although he kept his 'secrets.' Much later I found that he had 1400 combat flying hours as a helicopter mechanic."
Barnett, Larry--Air Force, Lt. Col.
Bassford, Curt--Army, Vietnam
Bernard, Jeff--Army, Vietnam, Warrant Office Helicopters
Call sign : BANDIT 34 Call Sign : THUNDERBIRD RED 4. See his Classmate Profile for more pics
*Bohn, Charles--Marines, Vietnam
Booth, Forrest Martin--Army
Borman, Larry--Army, Tay Ninh Vietnam 1969.
Bosaw, Steve--Army, Vietnam
Carver, John, Army, Vietnam 1/46th Infantry
"I ran across this picture which is my favorite of all those taken in Vietnam. I’m actually smiling!"
Crawford, Sherlene Ingram USAF 1965, served 2 yrs.
Darr, James--Air Force, Vietnam 1968-69
*Davis, Robert N.--Marines, died in Vietnam
*Defrates, Donald--Air Force
*Dooley, Dennis--Army, died in Vietnam
Frost, Ronald--Army, Medical Corps
*Gillean, Gary--Army, died in Vietnam
*Green, David--Marines, Vietnam
Holliday, Danny--Army, Vietnam 1967--"I was a Hospital Corpsman that served with the 1st and 3rd Marine Divisions. Bob (Redman) and I served together in The Hue Phu Bai area." From Bob Redman: "When I was wounded in Vietnam, Danny Holliday was our Corpsman and treated my wound and put me on a medivac helicopter to the hospital, and on to Japan for treatment."
*Homer, Francis--Navy, optician
Jones, Mike--Army, Military Intelligence: "I was drafted out of law school. Spent 30 weeks in El Paso, TX learning to speak Vietnamese, and 7 weeks at Fort Hood, TX in Interrogation School. I then spent a tour of duty in Viet Nam as a prisoner of war interrogator."
*Madson, Robert--Army, died in Vietnam
McCartney, Herb--Air Force, Technical Instructor
Doug McCormick, July 1966. Had to pay for this haircut. Who remembers their basic training haircut?
From left, Doug McCormick and Randy Turk, with Dale Parrish (class of 63). Doug : "Taken day the Pueblo was captured. We almost got caught up in a mess of sh**. 31 N. Koreans crossed the DMZ just down the dirt road fron Randy's compound where we were visiting...We were lucky to get back safely."
McGibany, Moine--Army, Vietnam, Sept 1967, in DucPho.
Redman, Bob--Marines, Vietnam, heavy weapons rockets and flamethrower.
Riney, George--Army, Vietnam, 5th/27 Artillery (Gunner). See his Classmate Profile for more pictures.
Schildroth, Lenny--Navy. Yeoman 2nd Class from 1969 to 1973
• One year at Naval Station in Adak Alaska as a Chaplain’s Assistant
• Two years with ASW Group 3 (Antisubmarine Warfare)
o on the Admiral’s staff on the Ticonderoga (CVS-14) aircraft carrier
o home ported in San Diego California on North Island
o One WestPac cruise – Hawaii, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Subic Bay (Philippines) Singapore (Pacific and Indian Ocean)
• One Year Radarman A School in Great Lakes Illinois as Office Supervisor (See his profile for a picture of the Ticonderoga (CVS-14).)
Scott, Dave--Army. "Here's one of me the day I was discharged from the Army, Sept. 9, 1969."
Sims, Jerry--Army, Vietnam
Scott, Walter--Marines, 20 years service
*Sorbie, Tom--Army, Vietnam. Visiting with Moine McGibany (left) in DucPho.
Springman, Ron, Army: Dropped out of AHS senior year and spent 10 years in military, two in Vietnam.
"I was with the 199th Inf.Bde, Camp Frenzel Jones"
*Turk, Randy--Army, Korea, Corp of Engineers
Viviano, Jim--Air Force, Vietnam
*Wahl, Morris--Army, Vietnam
Watkins, Roger--Air Force, Vietnam
White, Steve--Army, Vietnam. Drafted November 1967, Fort Leonard Wood, Fort Polk, Fort Benning, Fort Polk and Viet Nam.
*Wilson, Ron--Marines, Died in Vietnam
Ron Wilson with Bob Redman, first weekend leave at Camp Pendleton. Note from Bob: "Ron Wilson and I went into the Marines on the buddy plan. I went to Vietnam first. Ron went a year later and was killed a month after he got there. I was the honor guard at his funeral. What a hard thing to do. He was my best friend, and I loved him."
*Witcher, Lenny--Marines, died in Vietnam
*Woods, Stephen--Army, died in Vietnam
Zumwalt, Camiela (Fisher)--Air Force 1965-1968. " I served with the 1809 Support Squadron in California. I was in personnel processing men in and out of the Asian theater and other bases in Europe. These were mostly officers, pilots and crew, and upper ranking NCO's."