1964 Vietnam 1975

Samuel Avalos wrote on July 20th, 2017
I was a late comer to the Nam, (1970-1971) 91B20 medical corpsman assigned to an infantry unit 23rd Infantry Division(Formerly Americal) assigned to a small hamlet, Duc Pho in Quang Nhai province and ended up in Dong Ha near the DMZ in the last 45 days in country. Saw too much death, more than was ever reported officially regarding GIs. A sad fact our government felt necessary to obscure and later hide all together. Coming back was hard having left good buddies behind in hell. It took me years to get over surviving. Today I am proud that l served and a very defensive and proud patriot. Welcome back all you war heroes!!!
Don (Wally) Payne wrote on July 15th, 2017
Keith - - You continue to amaze me with your website, poem and what I admire most you were a darn good soldier & continue to be a positive influence on all of us.

Don
Emi Wilkie wrote on July 15th, 2017
Keith, thank you for posting Gene's pictures. I learned lots of things about the Vietnam war from your website. I wasn't born yet when you and Gene were there.
Lanny Julian wrote on July 14th, 2017
My Cav Brother, your website is something to behold. Over the years, you have made many changes and improvements. This is truly a tribute to you and all the veterans who fought for their country during the Vietnam War. Well done, my friend, well done!
Keith Bodine wrote on July 14th, 2017
Thank you for Visiting my Website and Signing my Guest Book. Please Come Back. Hacksaw