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John Dodd

Fall of Saigon

April 30th 1975 North Vietnamese tanks entered Saigon and the Palace grounds ending the war. Congress and the President had refused to support the South Vietnamese Military thereby ending the war. This signaled that the United States had lost the war. Between 1975 and 80 probably 75% of the former soldiers and US workers that didn’t escape were killed or died in re-education camps. I remember finding a quiet place and crying.Fall of Saigon

 

Jack Cole reporting as ordered! Sargent DODD!

 
John Dodd

LINKS

I don’t know if all are aware we have a links tab at the top of our main page. There is all kinds of info there. If anyone wants to post a link send it to me or post it and I can try and get it on here.

 
John Dodd

54th TRANS BN 666th

Anyone remember Lt. Daniel Jordan, 54th Trans Bn 666th TC, 67/68. He spoke of his unit putting quad 50’s on 2 trucks. Anyone have pics of these trucks.

 
Buck Shot

Picture question

Dose this site remove pictures ever?

 
John Dodd

AK47 Versus M16

May be of interest to some.

 
John Dodd

359th Transco Newsletter

This includes Info on the 359th TC reunion in May.  If you are going contact Richard Clinton

359th Trans Newsletter 2016 March 2016 draft

 

 
John Dodd

Two Million Miles Of Bad Road

John (Jack) Horvath, 64th TC, Wanted to share this.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/W50xn1h4Tus

 
Frenchie

Weather in Maine

IT IS 14 DEGREES AND FEELS LIKE 14 BELOW ZERO, SUPPOSE TO GET A GOOD SNOW STORM, LAST SNOW STORM THE WEATHERMAN SAID A COUPLE INCHES, WE GOT ABOUT 8 INCHS, THIS STORM THEY SAID 5-8 INCHES, CAN’T BELIEVE THE WEATHER CHANNEL, WE’LL PROBABLY GET DOUBLE THAT IN SNOW.   JUST FIGURED YOU GUYS MAY LIKE TO KNOW HOW OUR WEATHER IS, COLDER THAN HELL IS ALL I AM GONNA SAY, HAAAAAAA, HAVE A GOOD ONE, LATER FRENCHIE

 
Frenchie

SNOW STORM STORMAGEDDON

JUST FIGURED LET EVERYONE KNOW

WE DODGED THE BULLET HERE IN MAINE, WE DIDN’T GET NOT EVEN ONE SNOW FLAKE.

GOT LUCKY FOR ONCE, USUALLY WE GET POUNDED HARD, BUT LUCKILY NOT ON THIS LAST STORM,

LATER BRUCE