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Postby kyle18 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:13 am

i was there in 70 with the AMERICAL - good ole grunt we lived mostly in the jungle - some good times some bad - welcome home brother
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Postby chamat » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:43 am

Yeah, good and bad. One memory is of Miyuki Yamaguchi...she taught me how to write my name in Japanese. I was eighteen and so was she...but she was only seventeen. They count ages different there...they're one when they're born. I liked the country and the people there...the whole thing was very different from west Texas, and I liked it just fine. Never been back to southeast Asia, but it's a good place...with good people.Yeah, I know...lucky I got out of there alive.
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Postby old geezer » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:41 pm

Did you like listing to she ain't got no yo yo ? I had 3 assignment to the Far East . Korea 53-54 , Okinawa 60-62, veitnam 67-68..
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Postby chamat » Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:07 pm

Yeah, I liked their songs...never knew what they were saying. But, it was better than them singing Hank Williams songs twice as fast...or the Beatles on high rpms. That just wasn't right.
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