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October 10, 2019 – October 13, 2019 Reunion
San Antonio, TX
50th + or – Anniversary for everyone
Drury Inn & Suites 15806 IH-10 West San Antonio, TX 78249
Hotel phone numbers: 210-696-0800 or 800–325-0720
When guests call to book their rooms please have them reference Group # 2366655 “Vietnam Vets” as we have received a lower than usual rate. Guests need to make reservations before 9-27-2019.
Room rate: 89.00 plus tax. This rate is good for early arrival or late departure.
Number of rooms: 60 booked under “Vietnam Vets”. 30 rooms king beds & 30 rooms with 2 double beds. First come first served.
Free Hot Breakfast, Free Parking and Free Wi-Fi
We will have access to a bus for delivery to and from various sites for sure downtown river walk, Alamo shopping, bars and if the masses want to visit other sites.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Check-in at the Drury Inn & Suites 15806 IH-10 West San Antonio, TX 78249
Every evening from 5:30-7:00 enjoy free soft drinks, hot appetizers, beer, wine, mixed drinks & soft drinks.
Friday and Saturday
Not sure of the days or times yet as this is a work in process currently.
One of our host, Mike Lynd (1968-69) is building a new office building that will have a Viet Nam’s grunt museum that will have its grand opening on Friday while we are at this reunion. The traveling wall has been reserved to be set up in my new parking lot for 4 days thru Sunday it has to be open to public not just us.
At the grand opening on Friday pm, there will be two generals to welcome us all and they will mingle with us. The roof top area will be available to those that want to hang out with munchies and hard drinks great views of hill country after the grand opening ceremonies. Mr. Lynd is going to make this year’s reunion a real “wing ding”.
Mr. Lynd is working on trying to get Chris Noel to come to visit with us as most of us in the field was not able to see her in Nam. For those of you that may have forgotten, Chris Noel is an American actress. Star of a dozen beach party movies in the 1960s, she is perhaps best known by veterans of the Vietnam war for her work on the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service as the “Voice of Vietnam”. Noel made frequent visits to troops and was shot down twice in helicopters. Her radio program “A Date with Chris” is fondly remembered by many Vietnam vets. Her pin up pictures were very popular.
We will have going away dinner on Saturday and will probably do it on barges on the river, but this has not buttoned it up yet.
Sunday, October 13, 2019
11:00am – Check-out
Special request from our host Mr. Lynd
What I need for some of our guys is to give an audio and or visual stories tense, funny or whatever to be put in museum. I also want a separate one from wives and girlfriends who spent that year in waiting and what it meant to them.
Hosted by: Mike Lynd email@example.com and Ron Causey firstname.lastname@example.org