|John and Dennis Now
in Nam in 67 is holding a small very slow creature.
and Lynn Dalpez in 2002. I hear they are one of the couples in this
page that have been married over 31 years.
Fahel in Nam. He was a platoon leader in Company B.
and Karen now.
|Jim Frost Then
Jim Frost Now
I was born in raised in Saginaw, MI and after school was hired into GM for 32 years. Was drafted in 1966 to 1968 served with Charlie company 2nd 22 infantry all of 67. Hobbies include Golf, Kayaking, Ping Pong, Bowling, and ballroom dancing with my girl friend Isabel, staying in shape is very important in my life. I truly have a calling in Volunteering at my church and local groups such as Habitat for Humanity since 1997. Serving with so many talented guys in my Unit in Vietnam was a blessing.
Groves was a handsome young man and....
turned into an elegant middle age gentleman.
||Raymond Lee and Tom Izbicky in Vietnam (1967) and now.
Lohman sure looks like lean, mean fighting machine in Nam. He sure
had his share of action and he is one of those guys that the rest of us,
especially those that didn't serve, should be thankful to.
citizen warrior sure looks happy with his wife of 38 years Barbara and his
granddaughter Katie. Clark, hope to have a few cold ones with you in
Luiz in Nam, he was 20 years old in this photo. Dennis served in Nam
from September 68 to September 69. He was with A company and he
saved his platoon leader, Lt. Nash, and his RTO "Lumpy" lives
during a fire fight. Dennis stayed in the military and served Ft.
Ord, CA, Germany, Hawaii, Ft. Stewart, GA and Ft. Lewis, WA. He has
three daughters, two of them born in Germany and one in Georgia. In
1970 Dennis broke his wrist and couldn't be in the Infantry any longer, so
he became a mechanic. Dennis is now retired, prematurely, due to a
heart condition. He says he is taking care of himself.
Dennis met his wife Pennie in High School and married her after basic
and AIT in 1968. They live in Lakewood, WA.
and Dennis Luiz enjoying 37 years of marriage.
May in Nam.
May now, he is the dry one.
Milewski in Nam, 1967
had a special knack to attract shrapnel and earned the nick-name
magnet. He earned 4 Purple Hearts in Nam.
is an electronic engineer and is the editor or our newsletter.
Mike Ochoa HHC/2/22 Mz in Nam 1967
and Barbara in 1995
|Lon Oakley in Nam
||Lon at the wall
Pierce in Dau Tieng. His friend Clark Lohman tells me that he is a
very tall man. I am glad you made it back Jerry, you sure made a big
and Terry Pierce now. Seems that life has been good to them
Rudsill standing next to a burning track.
and Renee. They dress like this everyday.
Mike Pounds put
himself back in the past cybernetically. You can see why the
straight legs were jealous of us and the stuff we carried.
Mario Salazar HHC/2/22 Mz in Nam 1967
(the pretty one) has been married to the hunk to her right for 30+ years
(she should get a presidential citation for valor). Mario smiles
because he knows he has been extremely lucky and has it "real
Got this from Paul Engle. The guy on the left is Tom Firtl, center is Paul Engle, the right is me. Engle got the Silver Star, and I think Firtl did also, but I am not sure. Engle and Firtl were in B Co. 2/22 Weapons Plt.
and Boat Origionals. The picture must have been graduating from basic, but it looks like a jet engine between us, but we have no patches on, so I am
not sure of the time the picture was taken. Just thought I would share the