If you or someone you served with in Vietnam was a Forward Observer for the 3-506th (1967-1971), please contact me. I am am in the final stage of finishing the manuscript of my latest book - "They Called Us Currahees". I want to include as many of our former FOs as I can track down. As you know if you served as an FO, you were part of our combat family. If you are unaware of our TF 3-506 Vietnam Facebook group and wish to join and share your recollections, please check us out: https://www.facebook.com/groups/157897248091835/ and Welcome Home!
Jerry in Montana
3/A & Bn PIO
3-506, 101st Abn.
Got my Vietnam date wrong.
It was 3/05/1970-3/25/1971
Was in B Battery 2/320 Artillery 3/20/1970- 3/25/1971
FDC FADAC Operator
2 KIA Hessing, and Leach on FSB Kathryn May 23, 1970
Fired support from FSB Gladiator for Battle of FSB Ripcord July 1970
Hello Tony Freedman
"To those who have fought for it, Life has a flavor that the protected will never know!"
I was in hq 1/320 fa 82nd air borne. From Oct 1976 - oct 1980. Just looking to catch up with my friends.
A Btry 2 320 Vietnam Chief of section piece # 5. 1970 1971
I rejoined lifetime now. 2/320 B 101st Airborne 69-70,
FDC. Any of FDC still around? Ron, Mike, Frenchy,
Pat Wilford has passed. I heard top 1st Sgt. Sloan has passed. Big John ? Wounded on FSB Rifle along with
Won't be making the reunion for 2019. Got a worn out hip being replaced on Aug 10. Maybe next year.
Hey to everyone! Enjoy the reunion!
Airborne! Air Assault! Air Mobile!
HHB & B Btry 2/320th 63-66
C Btry 2/320 Jan 1963 - Aug 1965
I served in Alpha Battery, A Team, 2/320, Balls of the Eagle from October 1999-January 2001 before PCS to Korea. Captain Palo and 1sg Lincoln. We deployed to Montana for the wildfires. I was severely disappointed when the army saw fit to reflag the balls battalion. I would love to raise enough money through the army museum’s website to place a plaque for the 2/320 with our coat of arms and motto to keep this storied units name alive in our PC present. Thanks guys for your service. Be safe!
I served with A BTRY, 2nd BN, 320 FA from 1976-1979.
Fellow "Redlegs" were: CPTs Barber and Exten; 1SG Dalton; SFCs Pierce and Douglas; SSG Henson; SPCs Yore, Murry, Tibbs, Oliver, and several others.
I miss you guys!
Served with C Btry 3/320 FA a a Section Chief and Gunnery Sergeant. Have had the pleasure of bring assigned to the 101st Abn Div. It has been refreshing to page through the web page. We of the Cold War era and forward should be more active with efforts of the web page and it's mission. Looking forward to contributing further.
I was in Echo Battery 320th FA
Berlin Brigade.1986 to 1989.
CO. Ronald Rupp I came to A/2/320th in late March or very early April 67. I believe I reported to you.The day I reported in the Battery was knee deep in water.I was a commo man and you assigned me to the xo post as Battery recorder. Give me a call sometime at 1-870-286-2702.
B-BTRY 1/320 April 83-Sept 84 Grenada vet.
Was in HQ Battery 1991-1993.
A-2-320th FA From 1975-1978
Headquarters Battery from 1982-1985
I failed to mention in my last posting that Norman Loop was a Lifetime Member of the 320th FA Association. Thank You, Rodger Jacobson
Norman Loop “B” Battery 320/508 ARCT 1951/1953 Passed away Saturday Morning 20 Oct 2018. Normans wife Jessie called and let us know.
Leone and I are still doing well. Had our full Garden again this summer and gave a lot of our produce away as usual. We had our first Killing Frost several nights ago here in SW Wisconsin so will be cleaning up for the winter.
We lucked out and weren’t affected by the floods and bad weather that hit the Midwest area or the Hurricanes that hit the Eastern States and the Fires in the West.
Leone and I turned the 320th FA Association over to a younger Group of 320thn Vets from the early 90’s so we will no longer will be hosting the Reunions.
You must re-register with the Association to receive Association Information. Go to the 320th FA Association Website @ https://www.320thfieldartilleryassociation.org/membership/ and scroll down to the bottom and find a Blue Box that says “Registration Form” and fill out needed information.
If I can be of any help getting you in contact with your old 320th Friends please let me know as I still have the Database and Update info every day. We are losing contact with a lot of our old friends as they are moving into retirement homes and switching to cell phones and not sending us their new info. Our 320/508 ARCT 1951/1956 E/Mail group is down to about 150 Names now and can guarantee we will have bounced E/Mail addresses with this mailing also. My contact info is still the same as it has been since 1985: Rodger Jacobson, 608 854 2317, E/Mail is: email@example.com
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