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Looking for Mike Meadows from C Company 1970-71

Don Fleming is looking for a way to contact Mike Meadows: he and I served with C co 70-71 in VIETNAM and CAMBODIA and I have been trying to connect with him so if any of you know, please contact me GREASY@Q.COM.

Please reply if you have any information by clicking on “leave a comment” (directly below this post.)

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Looking for someone from HHC or Charlie Company 31st mid 1971 to Battalion stand-down Feb. 1972

Jerry R. Ladd is looking for those who served during his time period at HHC or Charlie Co. (middle ’71 to battalion stand-down in February 1972.) Please reply to this post (click on “leave a comment” at the bottom of this post to reply.)

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Looking for someone from B Company 31st Quan Loi

Looking for name of person standing next to Peter Kreutzfeldt, B Co. 31st Quan LoiPeter Kreutzfeldt is looking for somebody from Quan Loi B Co. 1969. Please reply to this post if you were in Quan Loi and/or know the person to the left beside Peter in the photo.

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Are you looking for someone from the 31st Engineer Battalion (Combat?)

Please reply with a comment if you are looking for someone from the 31st Engineer Battalion (combat)–the comment link is found below this post.

I hope you find who you’re looking for and friendships are rekindled!

Preserve the history of the 31st Engineer Battalion (Combat) – share your story

31st Engineer Battalion landing in VungTao, Vietnam, April 1968Sent in by Leo Neely:

April 25, 1968: landing day in Vung Tau, Vietnam

The landing was a serious day for all of the troops of the 31st. The day before (April 25th,) we arrived in the bay of Vung Tau, but could not deboard the ship (USNS Barrett) because Vung Tau was under Viet Cong mortar attack. The ship was moved back into the China sea. We watched from the deck of the ship, all night, seeing what the next months would be like. We prayed that God would take care of us, and for the most part, God did. Young twenty year olds that had to grow up fast and let our training as Combat Engineers and support staff get to work and serve our Country, The United States of America.

Thanks to all of my brothers whom with I served.
D. Leo Neely