Hope everyone has a great Veteran's Day
Welcome Home !!!!!
I would like to talk to some one that might remember me from A-troop 1/10th Cav. July 1968 to July 1969
To ALL Veterans, past, present and future....Thank You for your Service. Whether, a Combat Veteran, Cold War Veteran, stateside or overseas Veteran, or peace time Veteran, your Service is appreciated. May we NEVER forget the ones that gave us the Ultimate Sacrifice and the POW/MIA on this Veterans Day. THANK YOU !!
Steadfast and Loyal/Duty Not Reward
Richard "Rich" Blackaby
Hats off to the men I served with. Everyday since then is icing on the cake!
Everyone have a great Veteran's Day.
William G. ‘Bill’ Greenlee will receive the French Legion of Honor at 2:00 PM on Monday 11/11/13 at Bryon’s South End, 101 W. Washington Street, Suite 110, Charlotte, NC 28203.
LTC Greenlee served with G & H CO’s 2/22 Infantry, 4th Infantry Division, WWII.
Bill is a charter member of the Carolinas Chapter.
Looking for anyone who served in this company during this time. Heavy Weapons company
I was in the Recoiless Rifle Platoon.S
To Christine Hamilton.
I can't help you with the person you are looking for.
I would like to know more about your dad.
I have searched for many Hamiltons' over the years.
There have been many, but yours is the first I have found
with the same years in country.
I have served as President of the California Chapter for the past 4-5 years. I have served the Finest Veterans the Army has. It has been an honor and a privilege. I never thought that as a Cold War Veteran that this would have ever happened. It has come, with much deliberation that I have stepped down from that position. My replacement is: John Lingar. John lives in South Lake Tahoe and a Vietnam Veteran. I have told John that I would help him in any way I possibly can during and after this transition. I have moved to Fountain, Colorado to be closer to my family and grand babies. God Bless America, and May God continue to Bless the 4th Infantry Division.
Duty Not Reward/Steadfast and Loyal
Richard "Rich" Blackaby
My father, Brian Howard Buchler, proudly served with the 4th infantry division in Vietnam from 66 to 67.
This has always been a defining part of my father's life.
Brian passed away at 2:20am on Wednesday morning, October 23rd, at Joliet Area Community Hospice from cancer.
A very kind and honorable man, Mr. Cliff Lauderdale, performed a respectful pinning ceremony at the hospice house just prior to his passing. Mr. Lauderdale has been invited to Abraham Lincoln memorial cemetery in Elwood, IL to help partake in a military funeral for my father on November 1st at 1:00pm. I am reaching out to you and the 4th Infantry community to ask that you post this information ASAP and help spread the word so that just maybe a long-lost brother will see this tragic and early loss and have the means and time to come to the events on November 1st.
Full details are available at the website www.brianbuchler.weebly.com.
I know this isn't much time to get the word out, but time waits on no one, and I know my father would be so proud and honored by to have a military presence from the 4th Infantry even if just one fellow soldier from his unit and service time. My father loved his unit, evidenced by the "ivy" tattoo I got for him a few years ago. He has been a short timer since last June and he has finally been called home.
It was his honor to serve.
Steadfast and Loyal
Ariel Nachtigal sent a message using the contact form at http://www.4thinfantry.org/contact.
I am writing on behalf of my wife Delilah Schmidt to try to find out more about her fathers actions. i'm not sure if this is the right place to start, but i'd thought i'd give it a shot. I know he was part of the 4th,and that he landed on Normandy on or around D Day. His name was Arthur Hubert Schmidt. Born in 1922 and passed away in 1994. Any information, or another place to start would be great.
Thank you for your time,
Hope to see fellow IVY Vets in Branson for Veterans week. 4th Division hospitality room at the Savannah House Friday November 8th 2 – 7 PM. If you are in town be sure to stop in.
Greetings to all of my IV comrades. It was quite an experience but one I would not have wanted to miss. Bless those who gave their all in combat and whose names appear on the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D C.
My name is Geoff Gentilini and I am the lead researcher at Golden Arrow Military Research. We specialize in tracing the steps of individual WWII Veterans to show where they were and what they did during the war. This process is especially exciting because of the 1973 fire which destroyed millions of service records of individual WWII Veterans. If you have been told that your veteran's service records were destroyed in the 1973 fire, we may be able to help. Visit is at www.goldenarrowresearch.com to see if we can trace the steps of your WWII Veteran through the war.
I would like to here you guys
Robert Armstrong served with Company C, 3/12th Inf. Regiment, 4th Infantry Division during the Vietnam conflict 68-69. He passed this morning at 6:22 am and will be buried at Arlington. While with the 4th, he was awarded the Silver Star for action on 18 Jan 1969 and the Distinguished Service Cross for action on 11 March 1969. He will be greatly missed by his friends in the Charlotte, N.C. area.
If you have received an email from cafe press advertising a 4th Infantry Division Calendar, it is NOT the 4th Infantry Division Association calendar.
Please do not be confused by this ad, your 4th Infantry Division Association calendar will be mailed to you by the printer or myself if you joined after the addresses went to the printer.
I was squad leader of the "23" track,in B company, just curious if any of my "old" squad is on this site???
i am looking for a friend who's last name was boyce or boisie not sure of the spelling he was the 4th inf div in viet nam was a grunt who came back to ft carson colorado in 1969 or 1970 to b co rangers 75th inf was in 1st platoon and drove a green 1969 or 1970 chevelle 396 muscle car and he was from california. thats all i know cant remember his first name it was something different though if you know please have him contact me.
The California Chapter Fall Reunion will be 22 September to 25 September 2013 at Harvey's Lake Tahoe, #18 Highway 50, Stateline, Nevada 89449. Registration will be on Sunday, 22 Sept. and Monday 23 Sept. Make reservations directly with the Hotel. Their number is: 800-455-4770. Cutoff date was 8 Sept, but our group rate is S09CID3, (Please note the second digit is a "zero"). The Flames of Remembrance Ceremonies will be on Tuesday 24 Sept.
For Banquet information, please contact either Scott Moffatt or Sheryll Moffatt at: email@example.com or Sheryll at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Any problems contacting them, contact me at email@example.com or 951-218-1980.
We are having our 14th national reunion in Orlando, Oct 9th through 13th. Check our website, c322association, for details. This is for C company 3rd/22nd Infantry all years, 66-71, plus interested attched people. We have over 110 guys coming already, and hoping for more. Most bring family and/or friends.
Any questions? email me at C322locate@aol.com
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