Never thought it would happen to me – but someone has hacked my yahoo email address.
SO if you get an email from me (Deb) that has a YAHOO address – do not open.
I’m so sorry for this.
An email went out today (June 18) that was supposedly from me, SUBJECT: FW: Deb
Text read “How are you?” (with a link).
THAT IS NOT FROM ME!
Got this link from Wayne Chalker, 585th TC. Pretty interesting.
This one is on eBay. Looks like the one the 523rd Ace of Spades guntruck crew wore. I can find no evidence that Air Force or any air crew wore it. Been ruffled up to look old.
Made by and for Michigan Vets. Our Vietnam Generation.
June 14 Flag Day and the 238th birthday of the US ARMY…Fly them Flags tomorrow.
June 1968 condgress passes a 10% income tax surcharge to defray the rising cost of the Vietnam war.
June 8, 1969 President Nixon informs VN president that US was reducing US forces and Vietnamization would start.
June 22, 1970 American use of agent orange was halted.
The artist of this song is unknown but lists credit for “Captain John Meyer?” It is sung by Saul Broudy.
My Vietnam Vet USMC brother sent this to me – thought I’d share.
Friendly FAC and Green Beret
Jack Smith is searching for 597th members 1971. I can pass on his info if anyone knew him. Just email me.
LTC Marie Knasiak (U.S. Army Ret) served during WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. Sadly, she passed away recently at age 93.
God Bless all our veterans, past, present, and future.
Thank you ALL for your service.
Published on Jun 5, 2013
A proud member of VVA, Marie Knasiak, LTC. U.S. Army Ret., will be greatly missed by her fellow Vietnam veterans of VVA Chapter 1037 in Port Charlotte, Florida. Knasiak still holds the record for being the oldest female veteran to ever join VVA. She passed away on March 21, 2013. Highly decorated, her decorations include a Bronze Star for bravery, the Legion of Merit, four Army Commendation medals, and numerous service and campaign medals.
The Mustang Club of America will host a national show on Aug 9 to 11 at Lucas Oil Speedway Indianapolis. The Crown Plaza Airport will be their host motel.
This is another reason to make them reservations as soon as posssible.
Today is the 69th anniversary of D-Day. Keep all those hero’s who sacrificed there lives to make us free on your mind today. The national D-Day memorial in Bedford, Va is having a big ceremony, with WWll Vets, Military officials and the French Ambassador. Bedford, Va lost the most vets per capita on that day.