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T. A. Drescher served in the U. S. Army from 1967-69. That included a tour of duty in Vietnam with Company C of the 2/17 Cavalry, 101st Airborne Division, the “Ready Reactionary Force.” He received a chestful of medals, including the Bronze Star. 814 more words
A Grateful Nation Mourns The Passing Of Another Of The Greatest Generation - "Wild Bill" Guarnere - One Of The Original "Band Of Brothers"
By George Koskimaki
In high school, I helped to found the school field hockey team. I volunteered my dad to be the coach, liaised with the Athletic Director (who happened to a member of the 101st Airborne after WWII) and was captain of the team. 605 more words
James P. Brinker’s West of Hue: Down the Yellow Brick Road (BookSurge, 354 pp., $20.99 paper, $2.99, Kindle) is a Vietnam War memoir that centers on the author’s tour of duty with a recon platoon in the 101st Airborne Division’s 2/502 Infantry Regiment “Strike Force” Battalion. 630 more words