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December 14, 2017, 04:25:16 AM
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 on: February 13, 2017, 07:38:32 PM 
Started by bulldurham48 - Last post by bulldurham48
I was wounded on Christmas Eve 1967 on a small Company operation, was medevaced by the sqdns little bubble copter right by the side  tank Mike 23 an taken to hospital at base camp. Was awarded a purple heart but never received it before I left the company be end of Mar 67. I know it came down to unit because Bob McNeal told me about it when I returned to Mike co in the first week of 1969, an he ask me if I had received it, he was still there as an SSG.If anyone can help me I would like to have it. Already 100% VA disabled so it is just for me and my memories.Thanks for any help. ALLONS

 on: February 13, 2017, 07:19:05 PM 
Started by bulldurham48 - Last post by bulldurham48
Would really like any information on the following members of Mike 3/11 2nd Plt 67-68, Mike Pisceari,
SSG Bob McNeal, Daniel Boone,SP/4 Williams, loader,  an any other member of 2nd Plt you can remember and know any thing about. 

 on: March 13, 2015, 06:39:37 PM 
Started by frenchie - Last post by frenchie
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Date He Passed Away: DEC 22, 2014
Unit ( Sqd/Trp ) Served: M CO, 3rd SQDN, 11TH ACR
What Year of Service: 1968-69
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Flowers or Donation Information: Children of Fallen Soldier's Relief Fund.

NEWPORT NEWS - Retired Master Sergeant Clinton "Chet" Adkins was called home on Monday Dec 22nd 2014.

Born April 20th 1938 to Julian and Ada Pearl Adkins, Clinton joined the Army at the young age of seventeen. He proudly served his country for 25 years and completed a tour of duty in Vietnam with M Co, 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Blackhorse) in 1966-67. He earned some of the nation's highest honors for gallantry and valor including the Soldier's Medal, the Silver Star, the Bronze Star, as well as the Vietnam Service Medal with four stars and three Purple Hearts.

Clinton cherished his family and is survived by, Phyllis, his loving wife of 55 years, and his four children Clarissa, Tony, Mary, and Brad. He had ten grandchildren and six great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his mother, father, two brothers, and one sister. Clinton was known for his selflessness, his wit, and his never ending determination. He was a loving husband, a fantastic father, and the best friend anyone could have. In lieu of flowers the family, in honor of Clinton's devotion to his country and his family, asks that any donations be made payable to the Children of Fallen Soldier's Relief Fund.

Private funeral services will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.altmeyer.com.

Rest in peace Chet.

 on: February 22, 2015, 11:40:47 PM 
Started by m311acr - Last post by m311acr
my current e-mail address is m311acr@gmail.com in case anyone is trying to contact me.

 on: November 11, 2014, 12:48:29 AM 
Started by frenchie - Last post by frenchie
To those that have served with Bob, plz be advised that he has died. He has an obit online.  Just query his name.


 on: June 26, 2014, 06:28:35 PM 
Started by frenchie - Last post by frenchie
Dear M Co. 3rd Squadron troopers of 1969:

I saw on the 11thACVVC website that Barry has died just recently. 

I wish I could remember him, but it has been too long ago for me.

If you want to convey your condolences to his daughter, plz. go to the website stated above.  Scroll down until you see FUNERAL HONOR GUARD on the right of a table of menus.



 on: April 10, 2014, 07:06:11 PM 
Started by Gene Waldron - Last post by Gene Waldron

 It is with a sad heart to report that a friend has gone on to Fiddlers Green as some saw on the 11th Cav message board that Dan had Lung Cancer he pass this past weekend ,
his Wife Called me with the sad news . i am not much of a typer so i will say.

 that i will always be his Brother and friend Allons my brother we will meet again

       Gene Waldron Mco 11th Acr Viet-Nam 1967-68

 on: December 27, 2013, 01:15:00 AM 
Started by Sgt Wright - Last post by Sgt Wright
I found SSG Cruz through his family.  He is alive and well, living in Puerto Rico.  I have received a few emails from members of his family. Was glad to hear something about him.

 on: November 18, 2013, 04:09:28 PM 
Started by frenchie - Last post by frenchie
Dear Members,

I just by chance reviewed some of my posts on this site.  I can not believe and ashamed of what I have written in 2004.  I humbly apologize to all whom I may have insulted: especially the officers.  I do not understand why I wrote such garbage.  I can only say that 2004 was a very bad year for me personally with my PTSD.

I had the best 1st Lt. in Vietnam with Peter Alberico.  I couldn't have possibly had a better officer in  charge of me.  Like I stated yesterday,  I was very blest  in having served with the men that I did.  They were all honorable.

I am doing 1,000 % better now with my PTSD since I found the right medication to be on.  This is the best time of the life.  I have so many gifts from the Lord.  He has carried me throughout all my life and has constantly covered my back.

Again, my outmost deepest apologizes for being the ass I was then.  I hope you will all forgive me.


 on: November 17, 2013, 09:42:37 PM 
Started by frenchie - Last post by frenchie
Dear M Company Trooper of 1969:

Do any of you remember the names of TC. "Red"  and his driver, "Sugar Bear"?  The loader was Lonnie Burris.  We were all in a firefight in the Fall of 1969.  In this battle a medivac chopper was blown out of the sky.  I was there in Lance Alsup's tank.  I was sure that both Red  and Sugar Bear were killed that day.  Am I wrong in my recollection.

I was checking on a the 11 ACVVC  web site for our KIA's. Though I do not know their true names, I was looking for KIA's in the Fall of "69" on the same day.  I could not find a match under these perimeters.  I checked the Oct. "69" unit roster and none of the names on the KIA list match to the names on our roster.

I am wondering if  Red & Sugar Bear were overlooked somehow.  If so, I would like to see them included in the KIA list and not forgotten.  I haven't even after all these years.

I have been wrong many times in my life, I hope someone will kindly inform me that they are not forgotten and on the Wall.  I would appreciate their names,please.

I want to say how honored I was to serve with such honorable men as you all in 1969.  I am proud of how we all conducted ourselves.

With deep respect...ALLONS


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