Vincent Reilly Reports In

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Vincent Reilly Reports In

Postby cmccammon » Thu May 15, 2003 8:48 pm

Posted by permission of Vincent Reilly.

I was in the First Inf., 1/16 Mech. from July '69 'till Jan.-Feb.? 1970. Joined the 6/31 when they were moving to build Camp Keaton- was a remf thereafter - drove the water truck to Tan An - worked sling loads from Tan An and remember loading an LST to the plain of reeds for the official Cambodian invasion & rode a huey supporting small dispersed ambush teams.

Shipped loose moartar ammo out of Cu Chi when we were "op con to the 25th". Rode duce &1/2 ammo trucks to Long Binh through Saigon while very short! Left July 20, 1970.

I think we worked together at Keaton.

Didn't recognize but 2-3 faces on the Blue Book disc but that's from a lap top tiny view. Didn't think 6/31 had that many grunts at one time- that's some compilation.

Best wishes,

Vin
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A/6/31 RVN 10-69 to 10-70
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Thank you Vin

Postby cmccammon » Thu May 15, 2003 9:03 pm

Vin - it is very likely that we worked Supply at Ben Luc. There are a number of pictures with guys I knew in this Forum - perhaps you'll recognize a few of them too. It's good to know you're back in touch - and I hope you can join us in Sunday Chat when time permits.

Chuck
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