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Entry #: 206

Entry Date: 2010-09-12 12:56:59

Name: Gary R Cress, Lt Col USAF (Ret)
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Thanks for taking the time to create and maintain this site. So much of what we did in that war has never been told and as time passes and those of us who were there also pass that knowledge will be forever lost. Projects like this help to complete the history of what was heroic and great about the effort. I'm confident that someday our sacrifice as a nation will be better known and the impact we had upon the outcome of the Cold War will be better understood.

Entry #: 205

Entry Date: 2010-09-09 19:58:26

Name: Major Todd Groomes
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Thank you for all of your hard work documenting this mission after it was declassified. My father SMSGT Thomas Groomes (USAF ret)was a SSGT assigned to this mission. This site is a sobering reminder of the dangerous missions our military is asked to do--often without acknowledging these missions ever take place to the public at large.

Their sacrifice is appreciated by all of us who serve our country today. We will never forget!

Major Todd "Disney" Groomes

Entry #: 204

Entry Date: 2010-09-09 16:09:30

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Entry #: 203

Entry Date: 2010-09-09 09:32:18

Name: Sgt Maj. O. Roach
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Hoo-uh!

Entry #: 202

Entry Date: 2010-09-09 08:38:21

Name: Gregory Vassilious
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: God Bless you all -

from 485th GEEIA

Entry #: 201

Entry Date: 2010-09-09 02:45:13

Name: Don Wonderss
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: Excellent and informative site. Tragic loss that shouldn't have. My dad was one of the personnel that was not on the mountain when it was overrun.

Entry #: 200

Entry Date: 2010-09-08 19:12:17

Name: Danny Longworth
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: I was stationed at NKP Combat Skyspot Call sign Bromo in 1968 then was transferred to Bien Hoa, call sign Macon. Think it was OL 21. Not sure if thats the number, was a long time ago. Nice to see that we were recognized as being there.

Entry #: 199

Entry Date: 2010-09-08 13:10:21

Name: MSgt (Ret) Jay L. Simmons
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: This was a very interesting and heartfelt story of the dedication and courage of USAF personnel. I came across the story of the Medal of Honor presentation for CMSgt Etchberger on the AF website and began some research. I was surprised to find out someone involved in the rescue operation, Col (Ret) Joe Panza was a former commander of mine during a tour in England (RAF Chicksands).

My prayers to the familes of those lost.

Entry #: 198

Entry Date: 2010-09-07 08:14:22

Name: John Parrish
Site Rating: 9
Visitor Comments: Another untold story, that demonstrates the Air Force Communicator's contributions and resolve during conflict. Thank you

Entry #: 197

Entry Date: 2010-09-06 12:07:16

Name: lucinda roseto kroon
Site Rating: 10
Visitor Comments: i was in high school in italy (american h.s. in vicenza) and college (wash dc) during the war and only knew what I read in the Wash Post. At this late date I am reading all of the books I can get on Viet Nam. On my 6th, called ne Day Too Long by Timothy N Castle. What an amazing, sad story. I am doing all this research out of a sense of guilt. We didn't do enough for our men and women in that war. Thank you for keeping their memories alive.

Entry #: 196

Entry Date: 2010-09-06 04:36:38

Name: E. A. (Joe) Brack, Jr.
Site Rating: 9
Visitor Comments: Very ood site, as a 20 year Navy and Vetnam Veteran I've lst faith in our governemtn to do whats right by our men and women in uniform. woe be unto us if we left someone behind!!!!


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