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Gary Barnes ~ Monday, December 28, 2015 at 21:39 (EST)
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Sauced07@yahoo.com
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Massachusetts
I'm looking for anyone who served with my father. I believe he was 3rd battalion 2nd platoon d company. His name was Gary Barnes. He arrived January 68 and left in April 69. Wounded in April 68. This is information handed down to me so accuracy is questionable. Thanks for any help and thanks for all your service.

John Oxner ~ Friday, December 18, 2015 at 17:22 (EST)
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joxner@charter.net
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Michigan
Delta 2/3 June 1969-June 1970.

Tommy Shows ~ Wednesday, November 11, 2015 at 14:58 (EST)
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tommyshows46@hotmail.com
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Mississippi
I served with the 2nd of the 3rd first with Delta Company then Headquarters Company from February 1970 to November 1970. I joined Delta at FB Black Horse, then went to FB Mace. I just found this web site today Nov 11,2015.

Wayne Williams ~ Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 06:34 (EST)
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wlw32413@wowway.com
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Florida

Here is a report from Phyllis received yesterday.

The speech therapist just came in and checked him out. He can now eat. He is a happy camper. He is siting up eating a cup of ice cream right now. He can have regular diet that has been softened a little today and tomorrow regular stuff if all goes well.

GREAT NEWS!

Wayne Williams ~ Monday, October 26, 2015 at 08:30 (EST)
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Florida
A summary of Jim Towns recent health issues:

On Wednesday, October 14, 2015 Jim was admitted to a hospital suffering from pneumonia and septic shock. Due to his poor lung condition he was immediately put on a breathing ventilator while his doctors began tests to determine which type of pneumonia Jim had, bacterial or viral. These tests were needed in order to decide how to treat his pneumonia. Of the two types of pneumonia, it was determined that Jim had the more treatable type, bacterial, and was put on the appropriate antibiotics. All the while, Jim was heavily sedated with his hands tied to prevent him from accidentally pulling the ventilator out.
For the next 11 days Jim remained heavily sedated as his vitals (blood pressure, oxygen level, pulse rate and breathing rate) began to return to normal.

On Saturday, October 24, Jim was removed from the ventilator but Jim was extremely weak and unable to stand and barely able to sit up. Knowingly, his doctors had arranged for Jim to receive some physical therapy to help him regain his strength.

Today, Monday, October 26, Jim remains in the hospital but appears to be slowly recovering from his illness. Hopefully he will soon return home and resume his primary duty of keeping us fellow Old Guardsmen together.

Finally and on behalf of Jim and his wife Phyllis, please accept their deepest and sincere thanks for your prayers.

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