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Name:
William E. Pamplin
Email:
Contact me
Date:
18 January 2002

Comments

THANKS to Joe Waskas for getting me off my ass to start this page.  PLUS: a big thank you to everyone who has posted memories & "thank you" messages here.  Hopefully, more are on the way.

There's MORE INFORMATION coming online DAILY, so please post your EMAIL ADDRESS, comments, etc!

THANKS !!!  
Bill Pamplin


Name:
Joseph A Waskas
Email:
jwaskas@yahoo.com
Date:
18 Jan 2002

Comments

I hope this is the beginning of a great web site. The memorials are to some great fellow medics and good friends. If there is anything I can do to help, just give me the word. good luck Bill and keep in touch.


Name:
Pete Stark
Email:
medary@carol.net
Date:
24 Jan 2002

Comments

Great site. I was on Teeven's team when he was killed. What a tragedy. I went through the medic training at Ft Sam in early 1967.

Best regards,
Pete Stark


Name:
Grant "Lee" Martin
Email:
leemartin112@aol.com
Date:
27 Jan 2002

Comments

Great site! Reestablishing communications with fellow class mates is very heart warming, regardless of the highways traveled then and since. Joe Waskas and Bill Pamplin have taken a leadership role in reconnecting those of us from class # 9 at Ft. Sam Houston, TX.

Thanks Joe and Bill!
Ron Hale, where are you?


Name:
Joe Frey
Email:
sfavn@plateautel.net
Date:
15 Feb 2002

Comments

I graduated from the Dog Lab May 1963. Spent time in the 7th, 3rd, 10th in Bad Toelz and in support of the 46th SF Co. I hope you can use all those Graphics from our page: http://www.geocities.com/sfch4-24/

See Ya,
Joe Frey

Joe: Thanks MUCHO for your post here and for permission to use the graphics on the Geocities site.  Doubt I'll be able to us ALL of them, but I'm on a bit of a "mission" to make our site (and other SF sites) look good.  Keep in touch ALL!

THANKS !!!  
Bill Pamplin


Name:
Paul Grillo
Email:
kingcricket1@aol.com
Date:
23 Feb 2002

Comments

Newman told me about your site. I served as one of the medics on B-36,A-362.  Pete Stark was the other medic on my team. Teevens and Jerry Burr were the medics on A-361. Both teams worked in the same camp and many times as one. I received a head wound the day before Rick was killed. I was back in camp when they brought his body in. He was the last casualty I saw prior to being sent to Long Binh Army hospital for a craniotomy.

He has left a lasting impression on me and I'm proud to have known him. Thank you for forming a web-site to honor the fallen medics of your class.

Sincerely,
Paul Grillo


Name:
Jerry Burr
Email:
jburr@charter.net
Date:
10 Mar 2002

Comments

Bill. This is a great site, and long overdue.

Specialist Forth Class Richard Teevens, was a Special Forces medic on team A 361, Project Rapid Fire-Special Reconaisance in 1967. I was the other medic on Team A-361.

Teevens was also known to his teammates as, "Tweedy Bird", because of his professional quality singing capability.

Special Forces Medics, because of their training, are wanted on most, if not all missions. The other team members feel good about their own, private, Bac'si.

Specialist 4th Class Richard Teevens epitomized the qualities of a Special Forces medic. He was knowledgeable, mature far beyond his young age, and very couragous. His heroic actions on November 17,1967 cost him his life. He was an inspiration to his teammates, and he brought honor to himself, his family, and Special Forces.

I'll also always remember Richard Teevens. Rest now.... Bac'si Teevens.

Respectfully,

Jerry Burr, (SGT) former SF Medic on B-36, Team A-361 Project Rapid Fire (Special Reconnaissance)

Jerry: I can't thank you enough for sending the above information.  I knew Rick during our SF Medic class at Ft. Sam.  If you look closely at the Class Picture, I'm standing to Rick's immediate left.

THANKS !!!  
Bill Pamplin


Name:
Ron Sapp
Email:
sapp@seanet.com
Date:
01 Aug 2002

Comments

I was a SF Medic, Co. C 7th SF at Ft. Bragg, in the mid 60's.  Does anyone have a source where I can search for the names of all my classmates that finished the SF Medic Course.

Thank you..,

Ron Sapp..


Name:
William Feyh
Email:
WAFeyh@aol.com
Date:
16 Aug 2002

Comments

Need info on Combat Medic School/ John F. Kennedy School of Combat Medics. I have some questions and was hoping for some help and info. I would welcome anyone's assistance.


Name:
SFC Harry D. McMorrow
Email:
BIGJAKE830@AOL.COM
Date:
12/4/2002

Comments

Very nice web page!  GREAT JOB!  I was Med Evac: 29 March, 1967, Detachment B-56
Keep up the good work!  AIRBORNE!


Name:
David Eastham
Email:
Deetz3590@aol.com
Date:
12/18/2002

Comments

To whom ever may concern: I'm the process of enlisting and I would like to be a special forces medic. I have many questions about this unit. Please if anyone could respond to me it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, David Eastham


Name:
Kevin Teevens
Email:
pedersenteevens@comcast.net
Date:
12/20/2002

Comments

My Uncle was Rick Teevens. For years I've wanted to know anything I could about Rick and his experiences. Those of you that knew him knew him better than I did... as I was only 5 when he was KIA. I stumbled upon you guys trying to reconnect here and I can't tell you how grateful I am for that.


Name:
Robert A. Lias
Email:
ralias@comcast.net
Date:
1/28/2003

Comments

Finished Q-course in 1981-82 (SFC). Assigned ODA 224, B Co of the 11th. Commissioned in 85. Retired in 1997.


Name:
Jim Applestill
Email:
jim@westcoast-expo.com
Date:
1/29/2003

Comments

Looking for members of 46th SF Lopburi, Thailand from 1966-67


Name:
James G. Vernon
Email:
ChuckieTechie@chuckietechie.com
Date:
2/4/2003

Comments

Great to see that you have set up this fine website. You may add my email address ChuckieTechie@chuckietechie.com and my CMB to the list also. Knowing the past is one thing. Seeing it in print is another. Reading the roster, I was sorry to see Rick Teevens and others stand out among the casualties. Last month, I sent an old rather bent-up photo of class #9 to the lab at Ft. Bragg. I see from you site that there is a much better copy there in Ft. San Houston. I am sure they would appreciate one in Ft Bragg. In the 1960's, with the frustration of the times, it seems that no one paid much attention to documenting. Len Blessing had urged me to send them the photo. If you do not know Len, he is writing about SF medics. He also directed me to your site, so I will assume you know who he is. I live in Marina del Rey, California, with my wife Rosemary. We are here to be close to the UCLA medical center/VA Hospital and my favorite Venice Gold's gym. I have a combat disability from a concussion injury that seemed minor at the time. Fortunately, today they have a new class of side effect free anti-seizure drugs (Topamax) that treat my type of head injury perfectly. That, combined with anti-inflammation drugs and time-release morphine 3x day, gives me an almost normal life. A life, about which, I certainly enjoy and have no complaints. Except, perhaps one, I miss those days in SF -- I do not want to repeat them -- too strenuous and at times too dangerous, but, I really miss them and I miss the company of some of the most capable people on earth. Jim Vernon Marina del Rey, CA ChuckieTechie@chuckietechie.com http://www.chuckietechie.com


Name:
Santiago Sanchez (Jimmy)
Email:
retiredsf@aol.com
Date:
2/5/2003

Comments

Retired 18D in 090197,currently living in Texas


Name:
Lawrence Laird
Email:
idaho_andy@hotmail.com
Date:
3/5/2003

Comments

Just to say 'Hi'. Class 1-83 300f1


Name:
Greg Lindsey
Email:
blissard@bellsouth.net
Date:
3/17/2003

Comments

I like the website. When I am old enough, I am going to join the Army and become a 18D.  Until that day all I really have is websites like this. Thanks


Name:
Dan Calahan
Email:
dan.calahan@us.datex-ohmeda.com
Date:
4/28/2003

Comments

At home I have a picture just like the one on your site except that it is from 1967. SF got me into medicine and I do medical sales. Once in the world I got degrees in Medical Technology, Respiratory Care and an MBA.  Thank you GI bill. I will look up my class # and send it to your site.


Name:
Rob Shackelford
Email:
robshack@attbi.com
Date:
5/2/2003

Comments

Went through training at Ft. Sam during this period but don't know the class number. Went from there back to Bragg..."puppy farm". Our class started with 78... 13 of us graduated. Only Doug Peacock went to Nam. Jacques, Smith and I were assigned to Bad Tolz. What a fine time we had at Sam... and great training too. Remember Captain K? His full name was Kiahlanen. M.D. Gave excellent classes.


Name:
Bob Smith
Email:
rsmithnc@mindspring.com
Date:
5/16/2003

Comments

I was directed to your site by a member of the SF-List (http://teamhouse.tni.net You've done a great job on the site!  Keep up the good work and thank you for your service to your country.


Name:
Vern Cole
Email:
vernvet@earthlink.net
Date:
5/16/2003

Comments

This is a great site. I will be back to visit often.


Name:
David Frank Stafford
Email:
honcho@merlinpublishing.net
Date:
5/16/2003

Comments

Serving as a medic on ODA-084, B Company, 3rd Battalion, 10th SFG (Airborne) was one of the most wonderful experiences of my entire life. It allowed me to be in close proximity to the caliber of men whose memory is illustrated here at this very fine page. May Almighty God bless those we lost, those that continue to suffer, today's tempered educators, and those parties involved with furthering the noble knowledge of such remarkable patriotic examples.

Thank you for these words and graphics.

De Oppresso Liber


Name:
Lewis T. Pace, Jr.
Email:
cargodrop@acnet.net
Date:
5/16/2003

Comments

Hi, Guys --- Training Group in '62, Medic in 7th, '63-'64 -- Special Forces Association #D-5753-Life (was M-1969-Life) -- member of the Special Forces List (http://teamhouse.tni.net) SHO'NUFF would appreciate a copy of that color-corrected GIF of the SF Patch??? As an old dog-robber, I'll willingly take -- and be most appreciative of -- any damn thang else you might have lying around handy, like! 'Specially in the way of SF Graphics. Is there be sum kinda person/place you can go to and get copies of those "Class Pitchers?" To tell the unvarnished truth, I don't really remember'em taking any such --- but, WTF --- I'm old and ugly and my wife dresses me funny ---- and I got CRS out the ying-yang! thankee kindlee, kiddies --- De Oppresso Liber Cargo Drop Sends!


Name:
Cory Dart
Email:
cdart@headwatersinc.org
Date:
6/27/2003

Comments

My uncle George Hoffhein was a member of this class & my father is interested in a better version of this pic or any others. Thank you!


Name:
Dean Wyman
Email:
Beachmedic18D@aol.com
Date:
7/11/2003

Comments

Has anyone ever figured out how many (few) of us 18D's have served in the unit's history? Before I was medically retired I was serving at JFKSWC/Med Lab and some of the instructors tried to do the math but we ran out of fingers and toes. Any help on this? Drive on!


Name:
Jim Golding Jr
Email:
airbisket91@yahoo.com
Date:
7/16/2003

Comments

Trying to locate anyone who knew SGT James Golding of B-36. He was killed in 1968. Please any information and any photos of him and his team members would be so greatly appreciated. I have gathered some info. of his tour(s) I just haven't been able to put it all together and place him with his buddies on the mission he had completed just before he was killed.  If you knew him please contact me with your information of his life.


Name:
Antonio Hidalgo
Email:
antony_hi@msn.com
Date:
7/21/2003

Comments

Hello - I am from Mexico, I'm in the Mexican army. I attended the Q COURSE IN 1997 MY CLASS IS 4-97 I'M FIRST LT. I LOST MY GRADUATION PICTURE, I WOULD LIKE SOME INFORMATION ABOUT IT. THANK YOU AND SORRY ABOUT MY ENGLISH IN MY COURSE IT WAS BAD BUT NOW IS WORSE. MUCHAS GRACIAS. HOOA.


Name:
Roxanne Regiec
Email:
roxsum@aol.com
Date:
8/2/2003

Comments

I was stationed with Cordell Johnson...Anyone know of his whereabouts? Perhaps Stutgart?? Thanks!


Name:
Pamela L. Smith
Email:
chevygirl81976@hotmail.com
Date:
8/21/2003

Comments

Hi everyone. Thank you for this site. This is Pam's daughter Lori. I'm looking for any friends that knew my mom. She served as an army medic at Ft. Campbell, KY at the Combat Support Hospital, 86th unit attached to 101st Airborne Division. She entered the army summer of 1974 and was Honorably Discharged in 1976. She met my biological father James Michael Green (went by Mike). They got married then I was born. She got a divorce when I was one and a half and raised me as a single mom until she got remarried to my dad Mark. Mom spoke of a guy named "John Boy" and some others. There was Joe Tourso and many others in her unit. I'm not sure were she did her Basic Training. Mom told me she was an airborne army medic and that she parachuted out of helicopters. Mike says she wasn't airborne because he said he didn't see her patch. She has since passed away July 2000 in her home town of Elmira, N.Y. and I would like her army picture or if any of her friends have pictures. She left me, my half brother and my dad Mark her husband behind. Some of the commanders of their unit in  Ft. Campbell, KY were Mr.Hale, Mr.Dumbroski, srgt. Gregory a black sergeant that threatened to send everyone to Korea he ended up in a room counting supplies. After my mom found out she was having me he threatened to send her to Korea saying how would you like to have your baby in Korea. My mom went AWOL for a couple of months. When she was marshaled back the higher commands found out about this srgt by the rest of mom's unit and they sent him to count supplies. Everybody was really happy to see my mom in her unit. She went before the captain and he reviewed her record. He said he learned of her condition and hoped she'd stay but if she chose to be a mom do to the excellent record she had she could get an Honorable Discharge. She chose to leave the army. While the army processed her paper work which took a couple of days she worked in her unit (86th) volunteering until she was processed. Hope all this information helps find her friends and unit members. Please email me with any questions.

Thank You every one. Lori Green


Name:
Lori Green
Email:
chevygirl81976@hotmail.com
Date:
August 21, 2003

Comments

Hi Bill,

Thank you for this site. I'm hoping people will recognize the info I wrote and contact me. This site is for all army medics right?

Thanks Again. Take care.

Lori


Name:
Terry Whetstone Harmon
Email:
IHrtNYC@cox.net
Date:
8/28/2003

Comments

Thank you for this site. I did not know that it existed. It brings back many memories. My personal website begins <http://www.iterry.net/terrysspace/index.htm>


Name:
SFC Mary P. Kline
Email:
mpkline@dmrti.army.mil
Date:
September 30, 2003

Comments

My name is SFC Kline and I work at the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute and need to try to find out how many people have attended the 18D school a year for the last 5 years. Could you tell me who I need to speak with to try to get this information.

Thank you,

SFC Kline, Mary P.
USA Superintendent
SDE Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234
PH: (210) 221-9172
Email: mpkline@dmrti.army.mil

NOTE: Webmaster replied to SFC Kline - October, 2003


Name:
Christie Wagner
Email:
jwagner525@sbcglobal.net
Date:
December 29, 2003

Comments

Hello, I am the niece of Terry Harmon. I have just begun work on my family's genealogy and have been amazed to discover many unknowns, one of which is that my favorite uncle was in the Special Forces Medics. I would be very honored if I could please have a copy of the class picture. Any stories you may know about him would be great for our family history book. Terry is not real talkative about his past, and I would dearly love to know more about him. Thank you in advance for your help. Sincerely, Christie Wagner


Name:
Douglas August Sapper III
Email:
dougsapper@cox.net
Date:
1/22/2004

Comments

I was a member of Class #6 some of you may have heard of us, we were the bad boys, well maybe not bad but we damn sure were creative. I was impressed with your site, great job, wish Class #6 had one.

Ok!!! now for the bad news, one of our class members who served with honor and distinction for nearly 10 years including 2 tours with the 5th Group in VN, the 8th in Panama, training committee at SFTG. etc. has contacted a serious and possibly fatal medical condition, he is a brave individual but this is taking it's toll. I would like for any and all former/current SF Medics to write, call, email, send cards, ad nausem, I want this valiant old warrior to know he is not forgotten and that the SF Medic community cares and remembers. Get as many people as you can involved, senators, congressmen, school kids, churches, you name it... Hey I may be dreaming here, but you have an opportunity to make a difference, words, prayers, letters, phone calls, will buoy his spirit and remind his family and friends that he was somebody that stood up when lesser men refused the call to serve.

Remember "for those that have had to fight for it freedom has a special flavor that the protected will never know" If you are interested in getting involved in this effort email me or call me and I will give you the needed information.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Dr. Douglas A. Sapper III
Tulsa Oklahoma 74133
(918) 378-3700
dougsapper@cox.net


Name:
Cpl. Michael Glenn
Email:
michael.glenn1@us.army.mil
Date:
April 09, 2004

Comments

Looking to add your GIF for MS PowerPoint presentation. Thanks, Mike Glenn, 404 CA BN Fire Dept, City of New York.

Cpl. Michael Glenn received his GIF file.


Name:
Danny Lopez
Email:
lopezbronx9@yahoo.com
Date:
5/12/2004

Comments

HI, I am trying to track down a "Danny Rodriguez" that was in the 101st Airborne around the 1962. He served with my father. Just wanted to get some info, or find out if maybe someone here can steer me in the correct direction? Thanks Danny


Name:
SSG David Conroy
Email:
david.conroy@worldnet.att.net
Date:
5/26/2004

Comments

Hi. I am considering trying out for SF and had a question about the 18D series. After the completion of the Q course and medical training how close is soldier to becoming a physicians assistant? Can a soldier immediately sit for the PANCE? Thanks for any help you can provide. David


Name:
Ray Hilgart
Email:
rhilgart@infionline.net
Date:
May 31, 2004

Comments

I would appreciate a GIF copy of the Special Forces Patch with the Airborne and SF tabs. Thank you Ray Hilgart (5th SFG - 1966-1967) 1st SFG (1968-1970)

Ray Hilgart received his file.


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  • Name:
    Alex
    Email:
    InterstateA@aol.com
    Date:
    6/7/2004

    Comments

    Where do you learn your class # and roster, finished SF Medic course summer of 67, at Brook Army Hospital. I appreciate a reply.


    Name:
    RICH BEDNARZ
    Email:
    rj413@msn.com
    Date:
    6/14/2004

    Comments

    NEED INFO ON ANY SPECIAL FORCES THAT WAS WITH CIVILIAN IRREGULARS ON 16 MAY 1967 NEAR DUC HUE. THANKS


    Name:
    Thomas L. Nickle
    Email:
    W8AI@aol.com
    Date:
    6/22/2004

    Comments

    Hello. Just wondering if you might have ever run across a medic, later to become PA, John Mc Dermot. I was at Fort Sam with him in 1974 for a Preventive Medicine course. I was hoping to locate him again one of these days but don't know where to start. Also, today is my last day on line but I can be reached between 0900 to 1100 daily on the cell or anythime during the weekends. The number in Houston, TX is: (713) 502-7799. Thanks...Thomas L. Nickle.


    Name:
    Frank Cory
    Email:
    fhcory@cableone.net
    Date:
    6/30/2004

    Comments

    I was a member of MFSS class 12/69 (sept-november)and would like to hear from any others in the class. I met my wife Helen at Ft Sam as did quite a few of us. Alan Day, Rick Shanes, Lloyd Fukuda, Steve Johnson, Chuck (give me a break) Dirks, Ned Ferraro....where are you guys??


    Name:
    muslihat
    Email:
    Indahom@yahoo.com
    Date:
    7/1/2004

    Comments

    I would like to know information about my friend his name is: SUCEL P. DELACRUZ SERGEANT FIRST CLASS U.S. ARMY SPECIAL FORCES MEDICAL SUPERVISOR I know him in 1996 years ago at Samudra Beach Hotel in Indonesia. Please give me his address or phone if you have this information. thanks very much...


    Name:
    Jim Donahue
    Email:
    SFANSO@hotmail.com.
    Date:
    7/11/2004

    Comments

    I served as a medic with the 6th and 7th Groups at Fort Bragg and the 5th in Vietnam. While assigned to the 5th, I fought with Detachment A-343 at Duc Phong, Mobile Guerrilla Force Detachments A-303 and A-304 at Ho Ngoc Tau and Trang Sup, and Project Rapid Fire(Special Recon) Detachments A-361 and B-36 at Trang Sup. I have written three books on my experiences in Vietnam -- Mobile Guerrilla Force, No Greater Love (Republished as Blackjack-34) and Blackjack-33. Chey yo, Jim


    Name:
    Larry, Soupy and Marc
    Email:
    lmiller722@yahoo.com
    Date:
    7/17/2004

    Comments

    Doin a mini reunion this weekend (7/17/04), sittin around telling "war" stories and stumbled onto this site. Wassup after all these years? Soupy - Cy Sayles(Calgary, Alberta, Canada) - cds@sayles.ca Marc - Haydn Marc Lewis(Spokane, Wa) - marcl@micapeak.com and me Larry Miller(Tallahassee, Fl).


    Name:
    Mike Erkel
    Email:
    bacsi@scicable.com
    Date:
    7/23/2004

    Comments

    Great site: Brings back a lot of great memories I went through Ft Sam in 1967.  One of the greatest times of my life!


    Name:
    Don Sullivan
    Email:
    jenwestfarms@msn.com
    Date:
    7/25/2004

    Comments

    I was at Fort Sam in 67-68 as a Phase 2 Aidman. I followed the tradition of the panty raid on the Waks barracks and always gave the MP's more than they could handle. Was Sgt Duckworth there when you were? Write back with any info.


    Name:
    Reg Manning
    Email:
    rtmanning@earthlink.net
    Remote Name:
    69.68.71.167
    Date:
    August 19, 2004

    Comments

    This is my new address. Have retired for the second time and moved back "home" to North Carolina. Oh, you can put a CMB beside my name also. Reg


    Name:
    Frederick U. Scott
    Email:
    casper@clintoncable.net
    Remote Name:
    12.178.128.106
    Date:
    September 08, 2004

    Comments

    Graduated with class #9.


    Name:
    Dan McGinley
    Email:
    dancma@att.net
    Remote Name:
    12.76.233.92
    Remote User:
    Date:
    15 Sep 2004

    Comments

    Great site. I was a 5th Special Forces Medic in Vietnam, 1st Group in Okinawa, 10 Group Ft Devens, 46 Company Thailand and later taught in the SF Medical Lab at Fort Bragg NC.  Keep Up the good work! Check my web site at www.combatmedic.org Dan McGinley dancma@att.net


    Name:
    Dave
    Email:
    theologyisgreat@hotmail.com
    Remote Name:
    68.6.110.225
    Remote User:
    Date:
    01 Oct 2004

    Comments

    I was wondering if you guys could tell me anything about Sargeant Duckworth. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


    Name:
    David Jolbit
    Email:
    david_jolbit@hotmail.com
    Remote Name:
    194.158.98.36
    Date:
    December 07, 2004

    Comments

    Hello I'am two website on the Special Forces and on a special police unit in France, can you be add these website in your links please... http://le.cos.free.fr http://raid.admin.free.fr Bye and thank you.  


    Name:
    Deb Henry
    Email:
    debonair@pobox.com
    Remote Name:
    4.40.0.74
    Remote User:
    Date:
    25 Dec 2004

    Comments

    I'm trying to contact Vern Cole (living in California as far as I know). I have an email address that was good until mid-2003 but nothing since then. He posted here in May 2003. If someone knows how to contact him, I'd appreciate a heads up. Thank you.


    Name:
    Nancie Smith
    Email:
    NancieSmith02@aol.com
    Remote Name:
    64.12.117.5
    Remote User:
    Date:
    05 Jan 2005

    Comments

    I was stationed at Ft. Sam Houston from May 65-Aug 66. I am looking for any special forces that were there at that time. I worked at BAMC and the annex. I lost contact with all my friends and trying to find them again. If anyone remembers me, please send me an email.


    Name:
    Richard Rossiter
    Email:
    rrossiter1@msn.com
    Remote Name:
    70.56.38.214
    Remote User:
    Date:
    13 Feb 2005

    Comments

    I was an SF Medic (91B4S) and went through training at Brook Army Medical Center (Ft. Sam Houston, TX) in September, 1967.


    Name:
    Robert A. Regan
    Email:
    gangbuster46@hotmail.com
    Remote Name:
    67.65.160.242
    Remote User:
    Date:
    06 May 2005

    Comments

    I was the Raider Helicopter Gunship Platoon commander deployed to Tay Ninh with B-36 during September 1967. I believe it was Rapid Fire and from a helicopter perspective was very successful. I'm trying to put some stories together and would like to collaborate with others who were there. Bob Regan

     

     


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