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NOTICE!@ 8:51am 12-23-2018
The guestbook is not working correctly. To update your e-mail address include it in the body of your message or contact Howard Hickman directly.
John Pietropaulo@ 8:35pm 12-22-2018
This is my new email. Update if you can John Pietropaulo MACV 1968
Paul Bouchard@ 6:28pm 12-17-2018
Merry Christmas to my Signal brothers.
Marvin A Lesch@ 12:32pm 11-18-2018
The above is our new email. Please update
Barb. Wife of Marv
William W Hamrick II@ 10:57pm 11-10-2018
my dad was stationed there looking for any info. Spec 7 william hamrick jr.

William.hamrick@gmail.com

Thanks
Bill
Howard Hickman@ 11:47pm 10-24-2018
This guest book is not posting email addresses correctly. Please post your email address within your message. Or email me directly HowdyH@comcast.net
Long Live the memory of Phu Lam and those who served there.
Howard Hickman
Manford C. Perkins@ 10:46am 10-21-2018
Served at Phu Lam December 68 thru December 69. Mos 31J20, RA15928758, also managed the PX, Greeting and good health to all.
Karin Lillis@ 7:55pm 10-07-2018
I'm trying to find men who might have served with my father, Daniel Lillis. He was an SP5 and was stationed at Phu Lam from 1/69 to 1/70. He has since passed on. Thank you for your immense bravery in the face of the hell that he described.
Gary Burlette@ 12:29am 09-24-2018
Served at Phu Lam July 68 thru July 69. Mos 74A10 data processing. Worked in tech supply.
Charles M. Smith@ 9:53pm 08-20-2018
Served in the dining facility there
Charles Smith@ 4:41pm 07-27-2018
Worked in Dining Facility, SP5 69-70. Looking for anyone that served there around this time.
Bob Warne@ 12:46am 07-27-2018
Sp 4/5 RCG ICS Syscon Apr 70 - Mar 71
Roger W. Gay@ 10:08am 07-15-2018
Worked in the data relay 7/67-7/68. Just taking a trip down memory lane. Thanks for the site and God Bless America.
Jude Munson Young@ 12:27pm 05-30-2018
I came here looking for my father's name, SP7 Bobby (NMN) Munson. He served at the Phu Lam comm center from April or May 1968 - May 1969. I think he was the NCOIC, but I'm not sure about that. I haven't found him on any of the rosters or morning reports provided here. I didn't expect to find anything about Phu Lam when I began my search. I hope all who served there made it safely home.
Phu Lam Photos@ 11:35am 04-30-2018
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