Comments: i was in the 145th in 1965-66 (120th AHC and the 334th AHC in Nov 1967-April 1968 and the 68th AHC in April-Nov 1968 and the 334th in Nov 1971-April 1972. Jim knows me.
Jim I am looking for the commanders and their time of duties from 1965-1972. Thanks. Sorry I won't be at the reunion> My daughter's 50th birthday is during the reunion time and we are planning a big event to celebrate her birthday. Hope to see you at the 68th reunion.
Comments: Just checking in. There was someone asking about SP 4 Roger Watson, who was my gunner for a short time for the colonel in the 145th. They were asking about the prisoner transfer (in Cambodia I think). Anyway I found a picture of him and I during that exchange and would be happy to send it on to his family.
Comments: I was assigned to HHD 45th Trans Bn (UH1 Section) form 26 Apr 63 to Apr 64. CPT Bounds and later on MAJ Paul Schreck were the Section commanders. It was the slick helicopter section (Iroqous) located on a helipad across from the main terminal at Ton Son Nhut airport.
Comments: In country March 1970. Assigned to the 118ahc at Ben Hoa. After two weeks sent ton the 334AWC in time for the move to the garden spot Phu Loi . Worked in avionics. We had a purple mule. It eventually ended up at Quan Loi with the Raiders. 334 had the Playboys, Raiders and Dragons. Eventually we were part of the 3/17 cav Rob
Added: December 4, 2016
Submitted by Name: D Harvey Cunningham Jr From: Port Deposit, Maryland E-mail: DHarveyC@aol.com
Comments: I was with HHC 145th Cbt Avn Bn from June 1967 to April 1968.
Comments: Hello, I'm very grateful for this website and feel very fortunate to have found it. I was recently visiting my dad and found an old Zippo lighter inscribed with 145th Avn Ba on it, so I googled it, and am very glad I did. My father, Donald Woodson (Sr) served with you guys sometime in 1967. He never talked much about his experiences in Viet Nam. As a matter of fact, I'm learning more from this website about what went on over there than my dad ever told us about. But then, as with most true heros, he never talked much about his time over there. I was was just a kid and I don't have many memories from that time.
Anyway, he's getting on in age now, can't stand up without help, can't walk, needs a lot of help with everything and has a bad case of CRS as I imagine a lot of you guys do too.
I just wanted to express my gratitude for this very nice website describing my father's other family.
Thanks! Don Woodson Jr, Very proud Army brat.
Added: November 11, 2016
Submitted by Name: Terry Huffhines From: Chagrin Falls, Ohio E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: I was with both the 334th & 68th Hel Co In country Jan 3 69 - Jan 3 70 assigned thru the 320 Signal Det. Got to fly regular for 3 months with the Top Tigers 68th C&C and also a couple times with Firefly. Is there a roster of our unit members to be found anywhere? Would love to hook up with some of my old Buds.