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Name: William R. Nunnally
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Thank you. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. God Bless You.
Name: Larry Gradolf
foundby: Past member - Looking for you
Commo Cheif Co. 2G/75 Inf. Airborne Rangers Vietnam 1971-1972 LRRP Co. C 1st Bn 16th Inf. Rangers Big Red One
Name: HENRY RUIZ
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Looking for fellow Rangers from "Maine Team"
Name: Bree Anderson
Date: Dec, 10th 2002
Site Found By: My husband is a member
I WANT TO "THANK ALL OF THE GREAT MEN/WOMEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES SO THAT WE MAY LIVE." YOU ALL KEPT US "FREE" YOU LAID DOWN YOUR PRECIOUS LIVES AND FOR WHAT? TO BE SPAT UPON, LIKE SO MANY WERE. BILL ANDERSON 196LRRP TEAM SOUNDS LIKE "MASH" AND GOOD FOR YOU!! WAR IS HELL, IT SUCKS ALL BECAUSE OUR GOVERNMENT DOES NOT KNOW THEIR "A's FROM, THEIR "Z'S"....A SHAME, ISN'T IT? WHEN MY SON CAME BACK FROM THE SERVICE HE WAS NOT MY REAL SON BUT A MAN WHO ENDED UP INTROVERTED.......I NEVER ASKED HIM WHAT WENT ON AND I NEVER WILL. HE WAS NOT IN ANY WAR BUT A WAR WITHIN HIMSELF.....
I PRAY FOR ALL OF OUR MILITARY PERSONNEL AS THEY FACE THIS MESS IN THE MID-EAST. KEEP THE FAITH.
GOD'S BLESSINGS FOR PEACE TO ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN IN THE MILITARY.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND LOVE YOU ALL~~~~~~~
BREE ANDERSON & TWIG
Name: Jerry L. McLendon
Captain Larron D. Murphy crashed in a Cobra helicopter on April 23, 1970. If anyone is familiar with the LRRP team members that were under attack that night, I would like to make contact with you to get your perspective regarding what happened that night. Capt. Larron Murphy is still listed as MIA/POW. Captain Murphy was trying to provide fire support for a LRRP team possibly from Company E 51st Infantry LRRP 23rd Infantry Division, when he radioed that he was crashing. It would be gratefully appreciated if anyone could provide a name or email address to someone who could point me in the right direction to making contact with one or more persons on that LRRP team on April 23, 1970.
Jerry L. McLendon
Name: Yvonne Ventimiglia
Site Found By: Referral from vet
I'm looking for anyone who served with my brother William (Bill) Molder, now
deceased, in Viet Nam from May 68 to Nov 69. He was from Kansas City, Mo. I
believe he served in E Company, 51st Long Range Patrol, 196th Light Infantry
Brigade, of the Americal Division. Please email me at email@example.com.
Your help is greatly appreciated.
Name: John Starnes
Date: 21 Oct 2002
Site Found By: Member
Ranger Bubbles Franklin had relayed to me that Fritz had gone home. Ranger Fritz
I will miss you brother, I will see later when it's my time. You have done your duty for
God and country-Peace be with you- the next time we meet, save me a seat by the Creators
warming fire-Washta as nia. Gunner out.
John Fritzinger 1947-2002
get on with the mission."
WWL-TV and the New Orleans television community is mourning the death of video photographer John Fritzinger.
"Fritz," as he was known to friends and colleagues, passed away early Tuesday of an apparent heart attack.
A 15-year veteran at WWL-TV, Fritz wore many hats. He covered everything from the Oklahoma City bombing, to Frank Davis' "Naturally N'Awlins" pieces. Fritz also shot the Fishing Game Report along with prep football, Saints and LSU games.
Before coming to WWL-TV, Fritz worked at WVUE-TV where he shot the station's series of reports from Medjugorie.
The past two weeks Fritz was in the trenches covering hurricane Lili and tropical storm Isidore.
He served as an Army Ranger in the Vietnam War before beginning a career as a TV photojournalist.
He was 55 years old.
Funeral arrangements are Thursday night at the Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home at 4747 Veterans in Metairie visitation from 5-8 p.m., with a service at 8 p.m.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Press Club of New Orleans scholarship fund. The Press Club plans to establish a scholarship for a local college photojournalism student, in John Fritzinger's name.
Donations should be mailed (in John Fritzinger's name) to:
Press Club of New Orleans Scholarship Fund 203 Carondelet
St., Suite 415 New Orleans LA 70130
Name: Steven E. Herbeck
Site Found By: Americal Division WEB site
From Nov 1967-Nov 1968 I was a squad leader B co 3/21 196th Light Infantry. I would like to thank all of you for our EYES.
WELCOME HOME and Thank you.
Steven E. Herbeck
Name: Charles S. House
Date: 7 AUG 02
Site Found By: Yahoo search
Love the web-site. The Rangers of the Viet Nam era deserve all that we can give them. Hopefully, the Ranger Tab can be retroactively issued to those of the Viet Nam era. Keep up the good work.
Name: John Manley
Site Found By: Rangers Assoc
Due to a recent upheaval down here in Oz during Anzac Day when I wore the Rangers beret that "Tower" gave me for the one I "lost" or was stolen. I would like to personally thank Steve "Tower" Johnson for his quick reply for my call for help. That I will never forget! My original beret was given to me at Chu Lai for a couple of hours of my time chatting to the guys which cost me nothing and now that everything has been cleared up down here I will wear the beret in honour of you all.
PS the bastards would never have stopped me anyway and I will always march wearing it!!!
Name: Ron Conner
Site Found By: ADVA
Email: Shark 165 @aol
Message: Great Site. Welcome Home
174th Assault Helicopter Co.
Crewchief Shark Gunships
Duc Pho 67-69
Name: Rick "Bazooka" Dominge
Site Found By: 09/11 has me visiting my past...this web site is part of it
Message: How do I sign up?
Name: Conall Glen Cannon
Date: June 5, 2002
Site Found By: Link from 75th Reg. site
I am a member just checking progress of the website, it looks great! I may scan some photos and e-them to you if your interested they are from the lurp's of 1968.
Another star will be added to the heavens tonight. After a hard fought battle with cancer, Bob Simpson passed away 06.08.02 at 1345 hours PST. At the end of mourning, there will still be sadness, but it will be a wistful sadness that will be tempered by the happy memories of Bob that we will forever possess. The family requests that remembrances be made to the following:
American Cancer Society
Colonel Patrick S. Madigan, M.D. Foundation
PO Box 97215
Lakewood, WA 98497
Name: J. Howard
Date: June 2, 2002
Site Found By: Member
RUCKSACK 2003 is alive and well! Scheduled for : 16 AUG 03 - 28 AUG 03. Price Per Person- $2,030. Single Supplement- $420. Accommodations have been upgraded (since 2000) and more time in the AO (I CORPS) has been factored in. Our Handlers are (as before) VIETNAM-INDOCHINA TOURS (Courtney and Trang, Prop.). Proven Assets! Will be at San Diego with Fliers and Information Packets. See you there!
Jerry Howard will be hosting an Informal Gathering at Enumclaw, WA (Our Place) 13 SEP 02- 15 SEP 02. If we run out of bunk/floor space, there's a Best Western and a B&B just down the road. Try to let us know you're coming before you get here (but don't let that stop you!).
Name: JERRY HOWARD
Date: 28 MAY 02
Site Found By: Dumb Luck
Hello, Ladies! This is just a test. Just checking in. More to follow......
Name: FRED C. COX
Date: MAY 22, 2002
Site Found By: THROUGH CORRESPONDENCE WITH TOM NASH
I would like to get see more identified photos from 1967. Has anyone checked the unit's official history at the Pentagon? I wonder if all those after action reports from each patrol that I typed made their way there. Having met one of the Army Historians, I wonder how much my reports were changed. I know that he did not mind altering factual information for self-serving interests.
Name: Robert N. Clarke
Site Found By: Surfing for the 196th
Just want to keep in touch. Shut down last e-mail address when I moved to Roswell NM in Feb. 02 I came out of retirement to work as a weapons instructor for the air marshal program. I would like to hear from any of you guys involved in any "activities" of common interest. Best to all who read this. I REMEMBER !
Name: Bob Simpson
Date: May 19, 2002
Site Found By: Checking in!
It's a damn fine morning here in the great Northwest, WA. A little overcast, BUT---the sun will shine through soon and a trip to the water front is in the calling. Jerry Howard is on the net, and will soon be keeping us up to speed with all the stories of past and present.
Life is good!
Name: Joe Frank
Date: May 13, 2002
Site Found By: Americal Division link
I was a Combat Tracker 68-69, attached to the LRRPs. I attended their recon school and assisted in the repelling training.
Name: Steve Kersten
Site Found By: surfed in thru LRRP page
My Salute to Jim Gromacki. A Co-Worker. Jim was on Team Oregon. Jim left us on 4-6-02.You will be missed my friend. Rangers Lead The Way. Any Rangers that knew Jim feel free to contact me.
Name: Paul Guckenberger
Date: May 9, 2002
Site Found By: Vet Rep in Butler County, SW Ohio
USAF, 1966 through 1970. In country Feb '67 through Dec'69. Photo intel, and debrief. Helped open Parrots Beak after Tet.
Take care, and God bless.
Name: Mary Laraine (Larry) Young Hines
Date: 03 April 2002
Site Found By: the current Americal Newsletter
I served as an American Red Cross "Donut Dolly" in 1968-69. February -August, 1969 I was assigned to the 3 Brigades of the Americal Division with our base in Chu Lai. My respect for my Americal and 312th Evac brothers and sisters is great and enduring. You all made my time in-country and since my DEROS most interesting and worthwhile. Welcome home!
Name: Adrian D Dennis
Site Found By: doing a web search on SUA SPONTE
Just wanted to say THANK YOU, to all of the veterans of the Vietnam war....... I was in the US Infantry, and I am a fan of military history, which gentlemen like yourselves have helped create....... HOOAH
Adrian D Dennis
Name: JOHN R HAINES
Date: 27 MARCH 2002
Site Found By: CRABS, LINEHAN
GENTLEMEN: I WILL BE HONORED TO ATTEND YOUR/OUR REUNION THIS YEAR IN SAN DIEGO. I HAVE BEEN OUT OF THE LOOP FOR A WHILE BUT THANKS TO A FEW FOLKS I HAVE BEEN BACK IN CONTACT. MRS LINEHAN, CRABTREE, HUGHES, FAUSTMAN AND MORE.
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF I CAN BE OF ANY ASSISTANCE. THANK YOU, RLTW, JOHN
From: Emmett Hiltibrand
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 6:42 PM
To: 75th Ranger Regiment Association Command Group; 75th Ranger Regiment Association Group; 75th Ranger Regiment Association Officers; 75th Ranger Regiment Association Past Command Group; 75th Ranger Regiment Association Unit Directors
Subject: Concurrent Receipt funded
This has been a long time in coming but we have shown perseverance and have won. Those who served 20+ years and retired from the military and
have disabilities will soon receive both of their deserved entitlements. This has been a major effort to over turn a 110 year old law. Please pass
on to any and all veterans you know. Please go to usdr.org web site and see the whole story. It would be a good organization for you to join. It
is only $15 a year and does so much for all veterans. Good luck and best wishes. See you at the reunion.
Emmett W. Hiltibrand - President
75th Ranger Regiment Association
From: M. Chu
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 12:47:46 -0600
Subject: School Essay
Attached is a school essay written by Colin Kim. Colin's dad was an officer and a tab Ranger. He served two tours with MACV as an adviser to the South Vietnamese Ranger forces.
The U.S. Advisors in the Vietnam War
The United States military has many different special operational units. Each branch of the military has formed special units designed to perform specific missions. Most of these units are combat oriented. However, in Vietnam the U.S. Special Forces and the military advisors had a different mission, which was to train the South Vietnamese military forces to be able to defend their country.
The country of Vietnam has been torn by wars and had been occupied by foreign powers for hundreds of years. The Chinese invaded the area now known as Viet Nam in 111 B. C. When the Chinese left in 939 A.D. Vietnam became independent. French colonialization was followed by Japanese occupation during WW II. After the fall of the Japanese, France tried to reclaim their colony but was defeated by the Vietminh in 1954. The Geneva Conference divided Vietnam this time into two nations North and South Vietnam. The two countries were divided along the 17 parallel within the demilitarized zone. In 1957 communist guerrillas within South Vietnam called Viet Cong or VC, began attacking rural villages. Communist North Vietnam supported the guerrillas, and the fighting gradually developed into a major war that endangering world peace between the Communists forces and South Vietnam and their democratic allies.
In response to these guerrilla attacks, the government of South Vietnam sought assistance from their allies. The United States first began to send military advisors in the country in the 1950’s, followed up by combat troops in 1965 as the war began to escalate.
The United States Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV) was formed to assist in the training of the South Vietnamese military forces. The main mission of MACV in Vietnam was to advise and train the south Vietnams military to be able to defend themselves against attacks by the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong. The first advisors sent to Vietnam were soldiers of the U.S. Special Forces also known as the “Green Berets”. These soldiers were highly skilled and trained in specialties such as weapons, demolition, communications, medical and tactical operations. Their high degree of training allowed them to be very versatile and they had the ability to be deployed anywhere in the world by land, air, and sea on short notice. Initially the advisors were only supposed to train, but that did not last very long due to the escalation of the war. To slow the advances of the communist the United States had to send more advisors at all levels of the military to train and fight in the field with the men they trained. These advisors encompassed all branches of the military, Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines.
During my research I had an opportunity to interview a soldier who served two separate tours as an advisor in with the South Vietnamese Rangers, and was able to ask him specific questions about his service.
What was your role as an advisor in Vietnam?
My role was to train, advise, and assist the battalion commander on tactical decisions, to provide assistance in close air and artillery support, medical evacuation missions and coordination with United States and other allied forces.
How did you communicate with your Vietnamese counterpart?
I was assigned a Vietnamese interpreter who helped in our communications. In addition, I had learned basic conversational Vietnamese at the U.S. Army Special Warfare School. We also communicated by a sign language and eye contact.
How many U.S. soldiers were in your advisory team?
There were 5 advisors in the advisory team. Two officers (a captain and a lieutenant) two senior sergeants, and a radio operator.
What sort of weapons did you carry?
I preferred to carry a captured AK-47, a 45caliber pistol and fragmentation grenades.
What were the methods of insertion during combat missions?
We were inserted by foot, truck, small boats and largely by helicopter.
How many troops were in your battalion?
There were between 450-500 solders in the battalion, consisting of four rifle companies and a Headquarters Company.
What was the meal that that was usually eaten?
The meals that I ate were basically Vietnamese food; supplemented by C-rations and what ever else we could kill (rats, snakes, monkeys, pigs, fish, eels, ducks, and chickens) or find on operations.
What are your feelings about the capabilities of the enemy?
The Viet Cong were dedicated and fearless soldiers. Considering what they had to fight with I would put them ahead of the pack. They persevered, and if we did not have artillery, close air support, and superior weaponry, we could easily have come in second best in a fight.
What are your comments about the other soldiers from other countries fighting in Viet Nam?
When evaluating the other military forces fighting in Vietnam I also respected the soldiers of the Korean Army who were actually paid mercenaries. Having served eighteen months at the DMZ in Korea prior to volunteering for Vietnam, I found them to be fierce fighters, feared by the enemy. In battle the enemy would always avoid the ROK Army unless cornered.
How do you feel about your service in Vietnam?
The Viet Nam war was a difficult war in that the U.S. was fighting a war they did not know how to win. We were fighting a protracted guerilla war and a war of liberation, which we knew very little how to fight.
Thirty years ago I was not happy with the out come of the Korean and Vietnamese conflicts. I felt that in both cases we came out second best. Looking at the situation today, we may have lost the conflicts, however in the process we won the war with the defeat of the Soviet Union who was not able to economically sustain global conflicts.
I have always been proud of my service and am more so today due to the results of our military forces after September 11, 2001. Watching the Rangers parachute into Afghanistan and seeing them in the movie Blackhawk Down brought back memories and a sense of pride and brotherhood with the soldiers with whom I fought with long ago.
Thanks dad, for spending time with me sharing your experiences during the war. I am proud of you, and your fellow Rangers.
When the last of our combat forces left Vietnam in 1973, the war was officially over for the United States except for a few advisors and Marines guarding the embassy. Of the 3 million Americans that served, over 58,000 were killed in action (KIA), 1000 were missing in action or (MIA) and 150,000 American troops were seriously wounded.
After United States extracted its forces the main force North Vietnamese army in concert with the Vet Cong mounted their final assault to conquer the south. Advancing with an amazing speed, the North Vietnamese army’s assault on the south culminated with the fall of Saigon and the surrender by the South Vietnamese. Without Americas’ help the nation crumbled. Even the troops that the advisors had assisted could not withstand the final assault and by their surrender on April, 30,1975, the South Vietnamese army had lost it’s best fighting units, many of which fought bravely to the end.
I believe that the advisors of the Vietnam War did a excellent job in training the South Vietnamese military forces which could have held there own, if only fighting against the Viet Cong. The experience gained in Vietnam has influenced the way in which our military assists third world countries today. The era of large-scale conventional war is like a dinosaur of the past. The future conflicts, which the United States engages in, will be smaller and shorter in duration. In these conflicts the role of the military advisor will remain an important element.
Work Sites Page
Kinnard, Douglas, The War Managers. Hanover: University Press of New England ,1977
Clarke, Jeffery. The Final Years. Washington D.C.: Center of Military History, 1988
Martin, Albert. America and Vietnam the Elephant and the Tiger. 1996
Parrish, Robert. Combat Recon: My Year with the ARVN. New York: Martin’s Press,1991
Kim, Dennis. Personal interview. 18 February, 2002
Name: Jesse Mayotte
Site Found By: A member
I was brought to this site through a great man by the name of Mike Lazorchak. I meet Mike through his son Zack. Zack was my best friend & roommate. He was taken from us on May 16th 2001.
Zack had this tattoo on his back that read sua sponte. He told my what it meant and how his farther lives by this motto and so did he. Not long after did I pick this up. Well 2 things Zack misspelled it when he had it put on his back it read "suo sponte" and my farther is also a Vietnam vet. So After Zack was layed to rest I had the motto tattooed onto my back. Yes it too is misspelled (Zack would get a kick out of it). So being a son of a vet and now having a new father (Mike) my hat's off to you all. I am proud to know there are men such as yourself willing to give your lives so I may enjoy mine. Thank you. You are all my heroes.
Name: Rod Butler
Site Found By: Searching for Ranger Units
Served in Vietnam 23rd Infantry at Chu-Lai, and Duc-Pho between 1969-1971. Looking for some of my friends who served there also.
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Officials had said Tuesday that U.S. commanders watched in agony as images were beamed back from a reconnaissance plane of Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Neil C. Roberts, 32, being captured and executed.
Rest of the story at cnn.com
Name: Stephen Johnson
Site Found By: by my short memory
Just to let you folks know who are planning to fish Wednesday in San Diego during our Reunion that Pam and I are going to Mexico tomorrow to practice off-shore fishing. The lakes up here are frozen (-20 below this morning; making ice), so we are concentrating our ventures to fluid, not solid (ice) waters. Hey, Top, $10 says I catch the first fish, the most fish, and the biggest! See you in San Diego!
Stephen "Tower" Johnson
Name: Thomas J. Hoppenrath Sr. (LTC, USA Ret.)
Date: 3 March 2002
Site Found By: My son found it first. He is a cadet at Missouri Military Academy
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Served as both enlisted and officer from march 1970 thru December 2001. Very nice site. Reminds me of both good and bad experiences. Regardless when soldiers get caught between a rock and a hard place their valor, sacrifice in the brotherhood of arms is without equal.
Name: Col. Jack Bender, III USAFR Retired
Date: February 27, 2002
Site Found By: A friend forwarded it to me.
Message: Keep up the good work.
Name: John Huffaker
Site Found By: A friend forwarded it to me
Message: I am a former FAC/ALO from Hue/Danang area 67-68 and recall the ranger work in the valleys I worked. Keep up the good works and spirit.
Name: Mike Inman (Junior)
Site Found By: Membership Book
Message: My Best to all 196th-Americal LRRP Vets1967 & 1968
Name: Donald A Ball
Date: Febraury 18, 2002
Site Found By: Friends with Tom Nash
Message: From someone who served in the 101st Airborne and the 173rd Airborne, good luck with all the endeavors of your association
Site Found By: web search
Message: E/51 Americal LRP 67-68 Team Rosie (among others) Just remembering..
Name: John W, "Shenk" Shenkaruk & Family
Date: FEBRUARY 17, 2002
Site Found By: SUA SPONTE
Message: SEE YOU IN CALIFORNIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From: Wally and Valli
Subject: Ranger Tab
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 02:22:57 -0700 (Mountain Standard Time)
I have been reading your article on the coveted Ranger Tab. That article was done on Dec. 1997, the only thing I can find about the Ranger Tab is in regulation AR 600-8-22 Military Awards, the last update I can find is 1995.
It seems as though the Rangers of the present do not want the 29th and the Viet Nam Rangers to a part of their organization. Do you have anything saying that the Viet Nam Rangers were awarded the Ranger Tab? If so could you send me a copy of the undated version.
I was with the Rangers in 1969 in Viet Nam P/co 75th. If we were not awarded the Tab for being in Nam, then why should the modern day Rangers get to use our lineage and colors? We didn't go through the school because there wasn't time, we were needed and did what we had to do. A Ranger is a Ranger!! Besides where were all those school trained Rangers when they were asking for volunteers?
Could you please advise me on this. Also the Merrill's Marauders Assn. History, says that all Rangers were awarded the Bronze Star. The URL, I found this in is www.marauder.org http://www.marauder.org.
Ranger Walter J. Hume Jr.
Name: Brandon R.
Found By: Steve Jonhson
It was a good web site
Name: Gregory Burns
Date: February 8, 2002
My name is Gregory Burns. I am looking for information on my father. His name was James Barry Burns. He was part of a LRRP unit of the 196th LIB and served in Vietnam during the 1968 Tet offensive. My father passed away in 1995 and never talked much about his experiences. I am currently in the delayed entry program for the Army and have RIP and Airborne school in my contract. I would appreciate any help or information you could give me on this.
Name: Jack Krohn
Date: 3 Feb2002
Found By: The link from the Americal website
Wow, I never knew all this cool "Stuff" about our LRP/LRRP, Ranger units in the 196th & the Americal. I was just a lowly grunt in A-3/21-196th stomppin' around the QueSon Valley.
You just never know what you're going to find when you go wandering around the net.
Do you LRPers go to the regular reunions or do yall still just hang out by yourself?
I'd love to hear some of your stories...
To all members and visitors:
The community of Bemidji, Minnesota is bursting at the seams with pride. The coach, Mike Liapis, a Vietnam vet who served with the 25th Infantry, and two team members, Mike's daughters, for team USA of the women's Olympic curling team reside in Bemidji. Anyone wishing to join our community in sending the team words of support may do so at firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Maryanne Parker
It's amazing how far you all have gotten since your first reunion in CA. A lot of hard work -- I saw it first hand. I'm glad you guys did it.
Site Found By: ex G/75/co 2(danang)
Long time guys. Here is 2002 being better than 2001 (9-11) was. Will try for San Diego Reunion.
RANGERS LEAD THE WAY !!
Capt Wires (aka ROBOT)
Name: Jon Hale
Site Found By: A link
I have wanted to be a Ranger since7th grade I am a sophomore now. I am going to enlist when I graduate. Is there anything that you can tell me to help prepare myself for basic and Ranger School.
I am an Americal combat wounded vet 68-69 http://www.geocities.com/magentamoon3/dedicated.html LZ Gator more important is the information below....Please help us help all...
We are asking, pleading humbly, that all go to, March on DC and sign the petitions on the start page. If you haven't used Delphi forums before, a simple registration form and you are in.
We will be lobbying the petitions in late March of 2002. The march on DC is scheduled on June 23, 2002.
We aren't asking for money. What we do need is mass signatures and participants at the march. Could you please help spread the message of our project.
We, the volunteers of veterans for the March on DC, thank you in advance for your participation and cooperation. Feel free to copy and paste and forward this to email to other sites.
EVERY VETERAN NEEDS BE TESTED FOR HEPATITIS C
US Army Infantry twice wounded in Nam in 1968, Hepatitis C sufferer
Edward A. Davis aka (BriteSTR)
P.O. Box 721
Springerville, AZ 85938 Ph.# 928-333-0168
Demand that our Government allocate more funding for this Epidemic.
Sponsored by: Norm Seiff
Make Hep C victims eligible for Social Security Benefits Petition to Mr. Kenneth Apfel, Commissioner, SSA -Sponsored by: Kathryn Morse
Sponsored by: David McGinty
Make U.S. Accountable for Hep C Petition to Congress of U.S./American Red Cross
Sponsored by: Deborah Quick
Epidemic: Hepatitis C & The President Petition to President Bush
Sponsored by: Steven Carricut
In-Service Connection for Veterans with Hepatitis C Petition to President of the United States
Sponsored by: Jim Weinshrott FIREBASE OREGON
The Nationwide Petition Drive To Reform/Repeal The Feres Doctrine Reforms and/or repeal of the Feres Doctrine- human/constitutional
rights violations of American citizens serving in the United
States Armed Forces.