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G Knuckey AKA Noddy@ 8:37pm 05-21-2020
Aussie army, spent 5 months at Long Binh RX Site '69-70.
Howard Hickman@ 11:15am 05-21-2020
Please make sure you leave an email address, so your PhuLam buddies can contact you.
Long live the memory of Phu Lam and those who served there.
Howard Hickman
Ralph Sidore@ 5:19pm 05-16-2020
One name I notice is missing is SP4 George Dunham. He was a supply clerk in Nov, 63, when I arrived, but had left (rotated, I assume) when I returned from emergency leave in mid-February. ‘64. He was still in the service in late ‘65, because I ran into him at the depot, where I then worked, in Khanh Hoi.
Ralph Sidore@ 5:14pm 05-16-2020
11/63-12/64
Bruce Campbell@ 8:57am 05-13-2020
I worked on Phu Lam July 67-68. Tet killed two guy's "Lacy & Behrens" I worked with. We were all going for a Jeep ride the night we were attacked. After I got my weapon and extra ammo, I loaded up in the Jeep to ride shotgun. They decided I should not go. We had a brief discussion, I stayed. I will never forget waving at them as they drove off down the dirt road seeing the tail lights dim. Never saw them again. Learning what had happened to them I was very humbled to be there. I found a picture of Lacy leaning up against a panel in our control room. Loved working there being able to call home. It is a true honor saying I served there with some good guys.
sp4 JOHN boyd,@ 10:15pm 04-14-2020
was bn legal clerk at 43rd sig bn/71st evac hospital 8-69 to 6-70. worked in s-1 admin but partied a lot. anyone remember?
joe nemet@ 4:53am 03-30-2020
when I was there it was starcom 6600 1963-1964
Leonard Wagner@ 12:24pm 01-28-2020
Overseas switchboard operator 8/70 to 8/71. Anyone else who was there at that same time i would love to hear from them. email: wagl1951@gmail.com
Jack Latoza@ 1:05pm 12-24-2019
I was at The First Signal Brigade HQ when it was in Cholon near Tan Son Nhut January 2nd to December 20th 1967. Does anyone at Phu Lam remember a person by the name of Ed Sweeny. He was there about the same time I was at the HQ.
John Gese@ 6:08am 09-15-2019
Haven't been to this web site in many years, its changed a good bit. AUTODIN 1971
GERALD L. HOEHN@ 5:06pm 06-15-2019
When I was stationed there it was called STRATCOM
GERALD HOEHN@ 5:04pm 06-15-2019
Sorry I meant, I arrived in late 1965.
GERALD L. HOEHN@ 5:00pm 06-15-2019
I didn’t realize when I left this facility in 1966 I would see what this facility would become, I thought it would be destroyed when the NORTH VIETNAM ARMY took over. I didn’t realize what a major comunaction facility it has become. When I got there in late 1968, came in through TAN SON NHUT, AIRPORT, STAYED there a couple weeks, because the PHU LAM site wasn’t finished. We Were billeted in SIAGON, AT DIFFERENT housing locations, we took cabs out to the facility, after our shift was over, a cab took us back to SIAGON. AFTER A COUPLE WEEKS THE BASE WAS READY TO HOUSE US PERMANENTLY. IT DIDN’T look like I see it now. Thanks for the update and remembence of that place.
Jerry Smith@ 11:26am 06-12-2019
I just stumbled on to this site yesterday and spent a few hours looking at the photographs. Brought back some good memories, with the exception of guard duty. I was stationed at Phu Lam from 7/69 - 12/70.
Silva, Juan R.@ 4:01pm 05-07-2019
Are you the same James Barnes that did sand bags at the Receiver Site with me.
Do you remember theses names:
DeGood
Reynolds
Payton
Silva

Juan R. Silva
(67-68) Phu Lam Rec. Site

If you are the same James Barnes I would like to keep writing toYou. I have photos.

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