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BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1969-1970FINAL RANK: Sergeant E-5CAMPAIGN: VietnamOPERATION: Cliff Dweller
BRANCH OF SERVICE: Army InfantryTIME PERIOD: 1968-1971FINAL RANK: 1st LieutenantCAMPAIGN: Airmobile Operations, 1970-1971 & Operation Lam Son 719 in Laos with American and ARVN troops
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1966-1969FINAL RANK: Staff Sergeant, E-6CAMPAIGN: VietnamDETAILS: He enlisted and completed training and was deployed to Vietnam where he spent his time while working in the HHC, Headquarters of 12th Combat Aviation Group. He served under three different Colonel's and attained the rank of Staff Sergeant, E-6. He was there during the Tet Offensive while the Vietcong attacked from a compound named Widow's Village. He received the Bronze Star Medal and Good Conduct Medal for service.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1991-1999FINAL RANK: Sergeant (E5)
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1964-1967FINAL RANK: E5
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyUNIT: First Infantry Division (the Big Red One)TIME PERIOD: 1952-1954FINAL RANK: CorporalLOCATION: Wildlicker, Germany
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 3 years, one month, 7 daysFINAL RANK: E5DETAILS: Helicopter mechanic in the 159th Assault helicopter battalion of the 101 Airborn Division. Headquarters (Camp Eagle) located just South of the Former Imperial City of Hue near Phu Bai. Served in Vietnam from November 1968 through December 1969. I acted in support of all major campaigns in the I Corp area from Da Nang north to the North Vietnamese border
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: In those days you were drafted for a total of 8 years, 2 years active service and 6 years reserve which could be served either inactive or active. Drafted in 1953, entered service January 1954, separated January 1956, Specialist 3rd Class E-3FINAL RANK: Honorable Discharge January 1962 Sargent 1st Class E-5DETAILS: No Campaigns, but classified as Korean Veteran being as anyone in the service within two years after the armistice was sign in July 1953 were classified as such. Photo at Jump School Fort Bragg NC.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Army, 2nd Divison, 23rd RegimentFINAL RANK: 1st LieutenantDETAILS: TI&E Officer
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1947-1953FINAL RANK: Sergeant First ClassCAMPAIGN: Korea
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1952-1955FINAL RANK: CorporalCAMPAIGN: I spent the three years staying clear of campaigns with flying bullets in Virginia, Illinois, Washington and Japan.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. ArmyTIME PERIOD: 1967-1970FINAL RANK: Spec 4CAMPAIGN: Vietnam
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavyTIME PERIOD: February 1952 to December 1953FINAL RANK: Yoeman 2nd ClassDETAILS: Stationed at Staff Headquarters, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii entire tour of duty
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Navy (Seabees Special Forces)TIME PERIOD: 1970-1974FINAL RANK: Petty Officer Second Class
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Navy, Brown Water Navy - Mekong DeltaTIME PERIOD: Four Tours – Vietnam 1967, 1968, 1969 & 1970FINAL RANK: E-5 QuartermasterCAMPAIGN: Vietnam
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavySHIP: He served on a sub-chaser patrolling the waters in the Coral Seas.TIME PERIOD: 1943-1945FINAL RANK: Radarman 2nd Class (RDM2C)DETAILS: (a fun story his daughter shared) Dad said as the war was winding down in the Pacific, they started sending troops home on the President Monroe, a luxury liner that the Navy took over as a troop ship. While on the ship homeward bound, Japan surrendered, and they celebrated, but their skipper said they would be celebrating for 2 days, as they crossed the International Dateline during that day, so they got to repeat the day and celebrate again! He also said one of the men swam in the ships pool as much as possible, so he could say he swam home!
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Navy SHIP: DestroyerTIME PERIOD: January 1959 - September 1962DETAILS: The first half of my service was on the Destroyer Samuel N Moore DD747. On this ship I went to Alaska, Japan, China (Hong Kong), Guam, Hawaii, and the Philippines. The second half I was on a harbor tug boat YTB 401 stationed in Adak, Alaska. We took full advantage of the great fishing, crab and shrimp. The picture is on the tug boat in Adak.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavySHIP: USS Enterprise V1 Division (help launch & recover planes on flight deck)TIME PERIOD: 1968-1970FINAL RANK: Aviation Boatswain MateCAMPAIGN: Vietnam
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavyTIME PERIOD: 1955-1961FINAL RANK: FT2 - Fire Control Technician 2CAMPAIGNS: Served aboard the Aircraft Carrier, USS Hornet, during the Cold War with deployments in the Pacific Rim and East Asia, including China and Japan.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Navy TIME PERIOD: 1958-1963FINAL RANK: Petty Officer - 3rd Class YoemanCAMPAIGN: Vietnam, Quemoy Matsu
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavyTIME PERIOD: 3 years and nine months of active dutyFINAL RANK: Aviation Storekeeper 3rd class (E-4)DETAILS: I was stationed on Guam for 18 months followed by duty at Lemoore during which I served on the aircraft carrier USS Ticonderoga. In 1975 I joined the California Air National Guard and retired in July of 2005 with the rank of Chief Master Sergeant (E-9).
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavyTIME PERIOD: 1958-1962FINAL RANK: Quartermaster Second Class (E-5)
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Navy TIME PERIOD: April 1967 - July 1970FINAL RANK: Second Class Petty Officer DETAILS: I was with Naval Construction Battalion #8 serviced out of Port Hueneme, California and deployed overseas to south Vietnam as a security division which was in the time of the fall of Hue (the capital of South Vietnam). Then I became a construction Electrician and worked on camp and area power through Vietnam. I served 22 months in South Vietnam before getting out in 1970.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. NavyTIME PERIOD: 6 yearsFINAL RANK: E4DETAILS: Tim served on the USS Caiman (submarine) and on a destroyer during the Vietnam war.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Marine CorpsTIME PERIOD: 1964-1984FINAL RANK: First SergeantCAMPAIGN: VietnamDETAILS: Traffic control systems technician – Installed the first 00ILS (Instrument Landing System) in Yuma, Arizona
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Marine Corps TIME PERIOD: 3 yearsFINAL RANK: CorporalCAMPAIGN: VietnamDETAILS: Top left photo is of Robert and his cousin Linda in his Dress Blues uniform. Top right photo is of Robert in Advanced training before Vietnam.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Marine CorpsTIME PERIOD: 1959-1963DETAILS: Marine Air Repair Squadron - 37, 3rd Marine Airwing El Toro CA
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Marine CorpsTIME PERIOD: 1943-1946FINAL RANK: CorporalCAMPAIGN: WWIIDETAILS: Able Battery, 1st Battalion. 10th Marine Artillery Regiment, 2nd Marine Div. WWII Pacific Theatre Saipan ~ Tinian and Okinawa ~ Japan
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Air ForceTIME PERIOD: 1941-1945FINAL RANK: Staff SergeantCAMPAIGN: WWIIDETAILS: Ball Turret Gunner
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Air Force TIME PERIOD: 1964-1968FINAL RANK: SergeantCAMPAIGN: Vietnam
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Air ForceTIME PERIOD: 4 yearsFINAL RANK: SergeantCAMPAIGN: Vietnam War - serving 1 year at Udon Thai Air Force base in Thailand
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Air ForceTIME PERIOD: 4 yearsCAMPAIGN: VietnamDETAILS: Dog handler
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Air Force TIME PERIOD: 1968-1972FINAL RANK: E5 - Staff SergeantDETAILS: My last 13 months, I was NCOIC, Accounting & Finance, 51st Air Base Wing, Osan Air Base, Korea. While there, I was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for meritorious service.
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Air ForceTIME PERIOD: September 14th 1967 - September 15th 1971FINAL RANK: SergeantSPECIALITY: Medical Supply SpecialistSECONDARY SPECIALIST: Medical Helper Medic STATIONS: 1) Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tx2) Sheppard AFB, Witchta Falls, Tx3) Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Alaska4) Forbes AFB, Topeka, Ks
BRANCH OF SERVICE: U.S. Coast GuardTIME PERIOD: 1961-1965FINAL RANK: E5 2nd Class EnginemanDETAILS: Search & Rescue, Port Security, Aids to Navigation.BASED IN: Alameda, California | Tongue Point, Astoria, Oregon | Colombia River Light Ship | USCG Balsam out of Ketchikan, Alaska (earthquake 1964) Storis Icebreaker out of Kodiak, Alaska