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Can someone tell me how to login with a password. In the photo section the guys holding the blue flag were in my platoon. Only name I remember is Jeff Rebenou the one on the far right. He came over with me from Echo Co. Can’t log into the roster because I don’t have password established. Have pics to share too
Get ahold of Larry Harper at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is the site administrator and can help you.
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44 years later those sounds bring back memories of men who never had a bad word of me,or a bad thought.We as infantrymen were always welcomed and were proud to do our job.Sometimes afraid sometimes intrepid. but always feeling we were needed
Bring back to many bad memories!
That was great! Brought back memories.
enjoyed audio. Always glad to hear that sound, knowing somekind of help was on th way.
great addition. thnx i can be halh asleep and hear ’em coming on porch when they pass over
It is an awesome audio! One that really gets me teary eyed is The Man in The Doorway. If anyone hasn’t heard it http://rattler-firebird.org/misc/man-in-the-doorway.php
This brought back some memories! Pop Smoke!
Just finished listening to the new audio it was very moving.