The WAR WATCHER UH - 1D "Huey" 199th Infantry Brigade. It was the CG's Ship. A close look (behnd the open door) will show this helicopter
earned three purple hearts for combat wounds.
My thanks to Woody McFarlin and Jody Bozeman for the fly-over Saturday Night. From my
vantage point, there was not a dry eye in the house: The haunting chop- chop- chop- chop was as reassuring
"They were the voices of
guardian angels. They not only took our men into combat, they were the aerial artillery that delivered immediate and direct fire at
the enemy. They took our wounded out. They brought in ammunition and re-enforcements. And, at the end of the day; they 'brung us home.'"
REVELL 1/32 scale kit was built in 1984 for its pilot CPT Norman L. Brantley, of Ocilla GA, (Warren Kirbo) ]
43 YEARS and Counting
CLASS OF 1969, WE WISH YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AND WELCOME YOU TO OUR SIDE OF SIXTY
ONE last fling? Nah ... a celebration of you guys and gals crossing the great divide. You now know now why men miss, and we know why you sweatted. It all works out now so we can experience all you ladies claimed you wanted in the first place . . . . F R I E N D S H I P
SUNDAY BRUNCH PHOTOGRAPHS
Deborah Leach and Vince, Jack and Joyce Hoye, Dan Joslyn and Susan Shelton.
Rick Ward '68 and Mary Martin Hagler '69 showed they can still make some noise Clogging. The tropy is theirs from the '66 GOLD RUSH FESTIVAL. (Mary is 2nd from Left, front row of the photo above.)
Above: The pre match shot at FANDANGO
Left: Buddha and Henry welcome the
"MOUNTAIN MONK" back to the fold.
Front Row: McCollum, Martin, Appling, Prince, Strickland. Back Row: Trowell, Wehner, Leffingwell, Brooks. Freeman
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