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B 51 was on left (Special Forces) near hwy 1 with a marsh area between them and us. Company area was in front of Special Forces Compound. Next after moving I am broke so temp didn't pay cell bill but want to remind everyone I still do have just a 129th number at 3 to use for the next couple weeks. The medical staff @ Brook Medical Ctr in San Antonio rigged up some contraption on the bed to start the knee bending. The Doc had promised me a 30 day leave once I could bend it enough to touch my butt. It was just re-hoisted onto a pedestal at the CT National Guard Aviation facility at 139 Tower Ave in Groton, CT. I remember the first time we met Kathy and Wes: it was when we all took helicopter rides at Kokomo and they got lost...hence the nick names we gave them. This has been sad news for many of us who knew her from the Reunions over the years and were waiting for her to get a Kidney and be back with her bright smile to cheer us all up at Kokomo. So again we need to talk about the future at Kokomo. Ken Strong Jr Lafayette, IN USA - Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at (EDT) Thanks Gently and the Brothers whom OK to help Don's wife and Family through this difficult time. Last Wednesday morning I was thinking of when I left Vietnam.... I checked with a friend that works at one of the funeral homes in Barberton but, she has seen anything yet. It was good to have met and talked with him at some of the reunions. Kal Bergstrom Saint Joseph, MI USA - Sunday, August 06, 2017 at (EDT) Slow Hand Salute to Don Mc Cord. Was speaking with a guy who owns one that was only with the unit for a couple of months, but he has a few Hueys littering his property & he's been donating parts & airframes to groups.....The 180 avn and 18th engineers was a little farther down road toward Nha Trang on oppsite side of road/ J. In 67 we pulled guard duty on the flight line at Lane. The Doctor said that the machine will go away in a week. Last of all been in touch with Larry Stokes who missed us all at Kokomo do to the storm along with Berry Winkler who didn't blow away. Maybe you'll be doing a little "two-step" now & then. sat on the bed & put my knee on the edge of the bunk & very slow let it hang. I was able to bend the knee & touch my rump in about a week or so. She came to the Guard in 1975 and flew with them until retirement of the fleet. Drew Wesche I have still got that flag with and the red white blue Mark let me have Florida it wright pin to computer desk that was for Nolan on 351 arthur foster lagrange, Georgia United States - Saturday, October 14, 2017 at (EDT) morning flight, I need the 129th bumper sticker for my car, the one I have needs to be replaced. if any of you have some please send me a few or let me know who makes them up for us and i'll order a bunch for us. Ken Strong Jr Candler, FL USA - Friday, October 06, 2017 at (EDT) Tomorrow 51 years ago on October 7th 1966 the 129th AHC lost our first crew on a B model gunship. Alex Fernwalt hi the va did it to me again make the third time all most killed me the doc told my wife good thing you got him here he would be dead by about 4 to 5 hours it had a lot to do with the pills they were giving me arthur foster Good evening everyone just got back to Florida last night. We need to find a way to communicate to all of when a Brother is not doing good. I didn't know Don had moved back to Barberton or I would stopped and seen him when I was the in Feb. At the Louisville reunion found out that Don and I was living a few miles from each other growing up in the Barberton/Kenmore Ohio area. He actually bought up possibly donating it & all I was after at the time was some recent pics of it, so that was a nice surprise.
A few weeks ago I took Kat to urgent care for a bruised hand.As always I worry when we don't hear from our brothers but glad when I locate new people.Also heading into the New Year we have the Reunion in Reno for Crew Members in June, The Pilot's in Atlanta during July plus Kokomo in September.It was like the setup at Dak To we were on the outside of there perimeter. He had not told me what kind of cancer he had but she said it was a tumor in his Liver Duct which took his life in less than six months.I remember the 117th across Hwy1 a little south of us at Dong Ba Thin. She didn't know what caused it but got an email last night from talking about Southeast Asian Liver Flukes.