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Dennis Jordan@ 11:35am 09-07-2015
served PhuLam 69-2/70. SP and MotorPool
ron henry@ 12:26pm 08-21-2015
served in phulam from july 67 to july 68.
John Lambert@ 1:13pm 07-31-2015
Served in Phu Lam August 70 to August 71 with AUTOSEVOCOM. Currently looking for old buddies i served with.
John Lambert@ 1:07pm 07-31-2015
Thanks for the web site. Brings back a lot of memories.
Steven Geslak@ 11:07am 07-30-2015
I was working in the Fixed Crypto vault 12/70--71.
The best group I ever worked with, I would like to be informed of any upcoming Phulam's events.
PS: I live in Willow Springs Illinois. not Indiana it would be great if someone could fix that.

God Bless America the Red White and Blue. and all the friends that did not make it back.
David Cooper@ 9:24am 07-09-2015
David Norton, was it SSG Jim Huckaby?
David Norton@ 10:51pm 07-05-2015
Jan 1970 to Mar or Apr 70. Guess I was an orderly. Ran errands for Detachment Commander in 3/4 ton until transferred to 2nd Field Forces. Don't remember any names. Rode with Sgt that was on fifth tour who was married to Vietnam National and had child and apartment on the strip. Said he was going to stay in Vietnam when tour was up? Any one remember?
Gary E. Jordan@ 10:45pm 06-28-2015
September 1970 thru October 1971. Worked Saigon overseas switchboard and was the base librarian for half my tour. Would like to connect with Bernard McNulty if you're still out there.
clifton r davis@ 3:17pm 06-23-2015
Nov 28 1963 to Dec 21 1964 -comsec repairman-moved from MAACV Hq to Phu Lam end Jan 64. Pulled Sgt of Guard there about once every two weeks till I left.Made SSGt inAugust. Friends-Jack Dolgeriki-Theodore- Buchanan-Kenneth Holder-James Brown killed in my kahn bombing 1965.
Huyen Chon Nguyen@ 10:36pm 06-21-2015
Around 1970, in the days, I painted children paintings on the wall for the orphans in Hoi Duc Anh, I know a pastor lieutenant rank, if I remember correctly, he was named Mr.Ruther (? ). In the 40th Day Hoi Duc Anh, in his speech, he talked about the financing of grassroots self, school and support for orphans here. Do not know where he is now, who knows please show me: Huyen Chon Nguyen *
Kathryn Bochantin@ 10:31pm 06-15-2015
this is to inform you my husband Raymond Bochantin passed away April 26 2015 of heart related issues.
Ron@ 4:51pm 05-30-2015
Served at Phu Lam from 4/68 to 11/69. Still remember the endless year em club and a rocket that landed outside my bunk area at 1 a.m. the first month I was there. God bless all of you!
Joe Mingin@ 10:44am 05-26-2015
I didn't spend much time at Phu Lam as I was assigned to AUTOSEVOCOM Co. across town in April of '71. Later I got sent up north.
Oswald Baldwin@ 9:45pm 05-25-2015
Served at Phu Lam and worked in the ASC as a shift supervisor. Picture of me is on page 11, third picture from the bottom. New email address is listed above.
Christopher J Powell@ 2:22pm 05-07-2015
I was stationed at Phu Lam and worked in the ASC from December 1971 to June 1972. It was the 60th Signal Battalion then, commanded by LTC Otsuka. Our company commander was Cpt. Hinkley. I remember a few of the guys like Eddie Russell, Tim Thompson and Dave Huntley, but, sorry to say, I did not stay in touch with them. We all left in late June 1972, and were assigned to different stations in CONUS.

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