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57th Assault Helicopter Co.
57th AHC
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unit patch March 01 2020
Name: Ron Pauluh
Unit: 57th
Location: Dover, Tn
Comment: Greetings.

unit patch February 24 2020
Name: Dave Sanchez
Unit: 57th AHC
Location: Cleveland Ohio
Comment: Crew chief UH-1C Tail # 66-15233 1968-1969

unit patch February 17 2020
Name: SP-5 Dana L Barnum
Unit: 119th Assault Helicopter Co
Location: Glen Mills, PA
Comment: I servied at Pleiku air base from Febuary 1963 to Febuary 1964. I was Crew Chief on the UH-!B Helicopter with the tail number 67218

unit patch February 08 2020
Name: Joe Sottile
Unit: 57th
Location: Chandler
Comment: Great news! We just got the approval of the 501C3 Charitable Tax status for the 57th AHC Memorial Fund. It came today. So the contributions members give to the memorial can now be deductible.

January 26 2020
Name: Glenn Haccou
Unit: 52nd Security
Location: Westminster, California
Comment: Was with 52nd Security 70-71 went out to O.P26 many times, later in 71 they combined the 52nd with D Troop 7/17th Cav.

January 22 2020
Name: Eric Williams
Location: Middleburg
Comment: My dad served with this company, he left us in 2010 due to orange cancer

January 16 2020
Name: Victor Masterjohn
Unit: Army 57th AHC
Location: West Brookfield, MA
Comment: still here, Thank God

unit patch January 10 2020
Name: Bryan Waltz
Unit: 57th AHC
Location: Ohio
Comment: Remembering....All gave some, some gave all!

unit patch January 09 2020
Name: Darrell Anthony
Unit: 57th AHC
Location: Greenville
Comment: Fifty-two years ago today, at 14:00, 9 Jan 2020 (East Coast time), (02:00, 10 Jan 1968, Kontum time) a North Vietnamese sapper platoon slipped into the Gladiator compound. Executing a well-planned attack, the sappers blitzed the 615th maintenance area and motor pool, planting charges in helicopters and in most of the unit's Motor vehicles. At the time the 615th Trans Det had its night shift working in that area. In the surprise attack, the sappers killed 6 members of the unit and wounded 17 others. Nine NVA were killed inside the perimeter and 10 others were found the next morning outside the fences. Dawn on the morning of the 10th found parts of the maintenance area a smoldering ruin. The NVA had destroyed 7 ships and damaged several others. The unit Armament Shop, Airframe Repair Shop and Electrical Repair Shop were completely burned to the ground. The motor pool was almost completely paralyzed. Vehicle damage was assessed in the vicinity of 3 million dollars, not to mention a much more serious toll, the lives of our 6 friends who were killed in defense of their compatriots. MEMBERS KILLED IN ACTION 10 Jan 1968 ARMOR, LOYDE D. SP4 CARPENTER, THOMAS JR. SP4 DEVINE, RICHARD D JR. PFC GOMES, ANDES A. PFC MUNCY, ROBERT W. SP4 PFEISTER, ROBERT SP4 We must never forget, REMEMBER

January 05 2020
Name: Tim Thompson
Location: Newport mi
Comment: My uncle Mel dye served in 67 and went down in Laos feb 19 1968 I am looking for any information and photos thanks Tim Thompson

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