Category Archives: vietnam veterans

He Brought Us Together

Over 40 years after most of us had served in the 407th Radio Research Group, a former Commander of the Detachment, Captain John Osmundsen, reached out to as many as he could contact, and organized an informal reunion of Soldiers who … Continue reading

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Thank You

Thank You … It’s amazing how those two words, delivered from a sincere and obviously grateful heart, can warm the soul, spark the emotions, and lift the spirit of the recipient.  Two little words, fitly spoken, deeply felt, warmly welcomed. … Continue reading

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Christmas in a Combat Zone

I was thinking this morning on my way in to work about Christmas, in particular, Christmas away from home.  I remember my Christmas in Vietnam – just another day merged into the many, highlighted by Christmas dinner in the mess … Continue reading

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It’s amazing to me how some sight, sound, smell or touch will prompt in vivid detail a long forgotten or faded memory of a very specific event. The aroma of chocolate chip cookies baking in an oven transports you back in … Continue reading

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Archive Sign My Guestbook Post

I’m trying to make my guestbook blog a bit more user-friendly and intuitive, and have set up three pages: a Guestbook Home (this is mainly about the story), About (this is mainly about me), and Reprise (this is mainly  additional … Continue reading

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