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From: Gen Greb <gengreb@gdi.net>

To: Nguyen Hung <webmaster@bdqvn.org>

Cc: gary crossman <crossman@bitstorm.com>; vDonna & Ron/Adam

<maufl2534@netzero.net>; vQuyTran <tieutran@intellistar.net>; vwheels

<rswoszo611@aol.com>

Sent: Friday, February 18, 2000 05:58 PM

Subject: Request by former Vietnamese commando

 

> For Chapter XVI's information. Mr. Duc Van Nguyen (Formerly: Nguyen Van

> Giong) is seeking help to immigrate to the

> US. Anyone who can help him contact the personnel listed or other that

> know of this service with US Forces please

> contact Mr. Daniel Solis at address listed below. This is an

> opportunity to help a former comrade in arms. Thank you,

> Juan Fernandez, sends:

>

> Subject: Request for Assistance

>

>

> Hi Juan,

> I thought that you you can put this " Request by former Vietnamese

> commando" who is searching for the advisors

> whom he work from1970 to 1972. He wants to get Help to immigrate in

> U.S.A.

>

> " Nguyen Van Giong. DOP: September 8, 1944 in Saigon, > Vietnam.

> Residence address: 59/26/144 Huynh Tinh Cua, Quan III, Saigon, > Vietnam.

> Before April 30, 1975:

> Unit: Task Force 1/ Command and Control North ( CCN ) > Recon Company/ Team Adder.

> Location: Da Nang.

> Dates of Service: From 1970 to October 1972: Task Force I Da Nang.

> Position Title: Recon Team 01 number USARV

> Counterpart: CCN/MACU. S.O.G. / US. Army.

> Names of American Team Leaders:

> Captain: James G. Stortes Captain: Delt.

> Captain: Mac. Arthur Field

> Name of Commander: Lt.Col.: James H. Archer.

> Nguyen Van Giong had changed his name after April 30, 1975 dued the

> Vietnamese communist took over Saigon. He

> left Saigon to resettled at new address with his new named as:

>

> Duc Van Nguyen. DOP: January 17, 1947. Saigon, Vietnam.

> Nationality: Vietnamese. Sex: Male

> Family Status: Wife and three ( 3 ) children.

> Residence address: 1202/5 A Ap 5, Xa An Phu Dong, Huyen Hoc Mon, Ho

> Chi Minh City. Vietnam.

>

> Attn: He already sent his application which it applied in :

> To: Mr. Daniel Solis

> District Director

> American Embassy- 95 Wireless Rd.

> Bangkok 10330- Thailand

> Subject: Request for Immigration to the United States of

> America Under the Oderly Departure Program.

>

> Please you do this for Nguyen Van Duc whatever you can.

> Thank you, Juan!

> Best Regards,

>

 

From:

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Date:

Tue, 11 Jul 2000 10:52:15 EDT

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Subject:

Re: special forces

To:

avvavietnam@yahoo.com

 

HOA PHAM 
WAS FLYING A&B TEAMS INTO LAOS AND CAMBODIA ALONG TIME BEFORE JOHNSON 
OR NIXON ADMITTED TO SAME I DONT MIND TALKING ABOUT IT 33 YEARS AFTER 
THE FACT SOME VERY VERY GOOD MEN ARE STILL THERE I WAS AND AM TRULY HONORED TO HAVE SERVED WITH THEM  HOPE YOU ARE WELL AND HAPPY 
MARK

From:

Pleiku52@aol.com | Block address

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Date:

Mon, 10 Jul 2000 18:13:13 EDT

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Subject:

Re: special forces

To:

avvavietnam@yahoo.com

 

WAS WITH 119TH AHC PLEIKU 66 67 68  WE FLEW SUPPORT FOR THE 5TH SPECIAL  FORCES GROUP IN SAME AREA  AIR FORCE SENT THE MAIL WE DELIVERED IT 
THANKS FOR 
YOUR INTEREST STAY WELL 
LATER,

MARK


NOTES FROM TEX WANDKE

Dear Hoa Pham, I have not had the pleasure to meet you. As Christmas is fast approaching I just thought that I would write you and thank you an all of the other Vietnames who became my friends. I served three tours of duty in Vietnam. I was there 1965-1966 (Vietnames Rangers Biet Dong Quang 43), I returned in 1968-1969 (I commanded two companies and served with the LRRP's)and my last tour was with the Ranger High Command 1972-1973). I was the last Ranger Advisor Ordered out of Vietnam. I felt then as I feel now that we were fighting Communism and when we left we let you, your friends and family down. Please accept my gratitued for the friendship that was extended to me when I was in Vietnam. I served with some outstanding soldiers. I wish you your family and friends a Very Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Best Regards, Richard D. "Tex" Wandke, BDQ >From: Hoa Pham <avvavietnam@yahoo.com>


" Jenie Ly "My byline is J. Stryker Meyer. I'm the military affairs reporter for the North County Times based in Oceanside, Ca. Unlike most military affairs reporters, I had 2 tours of duty in Nam. I'd like to write some sort of an adv. about your event aboard Camp Pendleton on April 30th. My numbers are: Work: 760-728-5511. Pager: 760-781-6445. This is my home email address. Plez contact me there over the weekend. My work email address is: meyer@nctimes.com.

In recent years i've searched unsuccessfully for any Vietnamese who fought side by side with SF, of Vietnamese helicopter pilots from the VNAF, specifically the 219th squadron based in Da Nang which flew missions deep into Laos, Cambodia, the DMZ and N. Vietnam. If your organization has any links to those communities, which you can share with me, I'd be grateful for the contacts. I'm just getting started as the military affairs reporter, after having been an editor for 6 years. Hence, I'm just getting started at making contacts in S. Cal. Thanks for your time. Look forward to meeting your troops/associates on Apr. 30th" Respectfully,"

J. Stryker "tilt" Meyer