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158 Comments

Reply Sue K
10:58 PM on October 21, 2016 

Hi, this is Sue.  I just wanted to make a correction of my previous comment.  It was Camp Samae San in Sattahip, not Camp Sattahip.  Just wanted to make that clarification.  Thanks!

Reply Sue K
8:34 PM on October 21, 2016 

Hi, this is Sue.  I just wanted to make a correction of my previous comment.  It was Camp Samae San in Sattahip, not Camp Sattahip.  Just wanted to make that clarification.  Thanks!

Reply Sue K
10:43 AM on October 21, 2016 

Did anyone know a Robert (Bob) Rockett?  He was an engineer and  would have been stationed at Camp Sattahip between 1966-1968(?).  He is/was from Washington state when he went to Thailand.   I found out that I was adopted at age 30 and through DNA testing and research, I believe he is my biological father.  My mother is Thai and I was born in Sattahip in Dec. 1967.  I have one picture of him and will share with anyone for confirmation and information.  Please let me know through this forum, I appreciate any help I can get. 

Thank you, Sue

Reply Robert Blochowiak
7:11 PM on October 16, 2016 

I was stationed at Camp Friendship from 1968-1969 with Special Troops Korat Det.. The Co. Commander at the time was Capt. Blaney, Sgt. Sears was first Sgt, company clerks were Strickland and Bolda. Supply was operated by Sgt Wado, mail clerks were David Murphy and yours truly!

Reply George McNew
5:11 PM on October 3, 2016 
Ski, Hope all is OK with you. I have a lot of pictures from that time. Some are posted on the 13th MP Co, Bangkok, Thailand Facebook page. Drop me a line at [email protected]
Reply Terry W. Colvin
1:43 AM on March 21, 2016 

Frank,


Just read your story about working as an advisor to the RTAF. 

You may be interested in checking out the Thailand-Laos-Cambodia Brotherhood. 

Here is their web site or Forum address:

http://tlc-brotherhood.com/Forum/index

Best to you,

Terry W. Colvin

( a few miles south of Hua Hin, Thailand )

Reply Frank
10:26 AM on February 22, 2016 

Served as an Advisor to RTAF Wing 2 and RTAF Squadron 224 at Koke Thiem RTAFB in Lop Buri.  It was NOT a joint use base with the USAF so it was just me and the Thais.  We were flying T-28D-5 aircraft.  Also had advisors at Ubon (Lou Meier) and Udorn (Jack Brooks).  Got to visit  with them at their base or we met at Macthai HQ in Bangkok.

I lived in the town of Lop Buri with my Maintenance Office, two NCO's a Pratt nd Whitney Rep and an engineer from Sweden company who was constructing a new runway at KKT.

Since we were not allowed to log combat with the Thais, I would go to Ubon and fly with the OV-10 outfit over into Cambodia to get my official combat time.

It was a good assignment and got a lot of time in the '28's.  Anyone who served as an advisor in the field knows the restrictions put on us by Bangkok,  so made it a little tough at times.  My friend Rube Wadell had it tougher as an advisor in Cambodia. [email protected]

Reply James White
4:12 PM on February 18, 2016 

Would like to hear from members of 35th Finance unit stationed Kohrat Thialand 1967-1968 Feb/ My nick name is TERRY and that is what I went by.  [email protected]

Reply Terry W. Colvin
9:59 PM on February 6, 2016 

I see that Sam Pilato posted a long time ago that I was seeking information on communications sites in Thailand.

I haven't worked on that list for a while now.  I should update it.  Then I can post to the USARSUPTHAI mailing list.

If anyone has site information to share please e-mail here near Hua Hin, Thailand.  My wife and I moved here in 2008.

Best to Everyone,

Terry W. Colvin  [email protected]

Reply Terry W. Colvin
9:32 PM on February 6, 2016 

John 93rd Psyop says...

I had it pretty cushie: I was with the 93rd PSYOP Company stationed initially in the Klong Toy area of Bangkok then we were moved into MACTHAI HQ. I was an officer and strangely of the 18 or so in our "company" there were never more than 3 or 4 enlisted. A Top, a Supply Sgt,, and a clerk for the most part. The rest were officers. During part of my tour from 01/69 to 12/69 there was one Capt and one E7 who dressed mostly in civies - white short sleeve shirts and dark ties - spoke fluent Thai but never in public and made frequent trips to Air America's HQ ...

Hi John,

My understanding is that 93rd Psyop had a major operation on the border at Aranyaprathet, Thailand.  Poipet, Cambodia is across the border.

A unit of officers always indicates a specialized mission.

Best wishes,


Terry

[email protected]

( A few miles south of Hua Hin, Thailand )

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Reply Kirtley W. Holder
8:59 PM on February 3, 2016 

Just sending out a hello to any former members of the 145th Engr organization based at Camp Samae San (1969-1971)  [email protected]

Reply Randy (mail Clerk 281st)
5:43 PM on February 3, 2016 

Randy Knox, mail clerk and radio repairman

I've started a group on Face Book for all that served in the 281st MP CO Camp Same-San,Thailand. It at present is a small group as I'm trying to get the word out. If you served in the 281st feel free to request to join. Looking forward to having you in the group and reading of your stories. 

Shelly

[/Shelly Webb]

Reply Michelle Guerra for William D. Collins
2:41 PM on October 5, 2015 

Seeking anyone who might have served with my father, William Donald "Don" Collins, he is seeking approval for having been exposed to herbicide when he served at Camp Friendship and Korat RTAFB from Nov. 12, 1962 to April 14, 1963. My father was in the Army and served TDY with the 57th Ordnance Co. He was a Turret Artillery Repairman but also did small arms mechanic duty. My father trained the Thai military personnel in the use of small weapons. My father did security guard duty regularly. My father remembers that they flew herbicide into Korat. After the herbicide barrels were unloaded, they used pumps to load it onto reservoirs on the backs of jeeps. They then were ordered to spray the herbicide everywhere in the base, around the tents, the mess hall, officers' quarters, the firing range, all structures, as well as the perimeter. All foliage turned black and was dead within a week. My father also remembers flying from Hickam AFB Hawaii to Guam, to the Clark AFB in the Philippines, and them to Saigon, Vietnam. His passport was stamped in the Philippines but not in Saigon. He remembers that he was the only enlisted man on that flight. He had to then fly to Korat on a C-130. My father was in Saigon but he has to prove it. My father would be honored to help anyone with a buddy letter as well. This is his third appeal, praying we can find someone who served with him. Dad remembers that there only around 30 military personnel at Camp Frienship when he arrived. The commander in charge was Captain Bailey, he remembers a Sergeant Martinez and served with a buddy Danny Basland.

 

 

 


Reply Ricky Creed
10:14 PM on April 21, 2014 

Looking for any one who served in Army 1967 in 29th SIG Group, HHD Signal Support  in Bangkok,Thailand.

Reply anonymous
5:15 PM on March 24, 2014 

sah wah dee,  served with the 1st signal brigade 442nd signal battalion company c , warin thailand,  warin integrated communications station, a few miles west of the laotion , cambodian border.  and a few miles east of ubon rtafb, 1970 1971.  alot of memories,  worked as a us army 32 delta , facilities controller, we were the main relay from almost everywhere in vietnam into thailand, and then to all the air bases and other bases, also supported communications to lima 11, in paske laos.  god bless and welcome home     sam c

Reply USARSUPTHAI
10:42 AM on March 1, 2014 

Just a reminder to our new folks on the website. If you want timely responses to your postings you should join us on our Yahoo Group email list:

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If you are already on Facebook, but not on our lists, search for me: (Joseph J Wilson Jr) and send me a friends request. Then message me to add you to our groups or join us on our Facebook Groups:

519th Transportation Association FB:    https://www.facebook.com/groups/177132712320450/

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The Guestbooks are just one way to contact folks, but email lists and facebook groups work much faster at getting responses.

Thanks,

Joe Wilson - Webmaster

Reply Shelly Webb
6:09 PM on February 24, 2014 

I've also started a group page on face book for those that served in the 13th MP CO in Bangkok. If interested in joining just type the following in the search block  on your face book page. 13th MP CO. Bangkok,Thailand. Be glad to have you with us.

Reply USARSUPTHAI
12:05 PM on February 18, 2014 

Sawadee to all our visitors, We've got a reunion coming up 26-29 June 2014 in Colorado Springs. Check out or registration form on this site: http://usarsupthai.webs.com/seareunions.htm or go to our Facebook reunion page https://www.facebook.com/events/599407880089171/ where you can download the registration form, fill out and mail it to me: Joe Wilson, 1530 Winnebago Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80915. Send a check or money order payable to 519TAT, for the $10 registration fee (non-refundable) plus $30 per meal (indicate # of meals and chicken or beef) for our banquet. We are planning a discussion on AO for Thailand Veterans and the VA so you don't want to miss out. - Joe Wilson - Webmaster

Reply Shelly Webb
2:12 PM on February 7, 2014 

Anyone ever run across a Fredrick Townes or Ronald Simmons that served in the 281st?

Reply Shelly Webb
2:08 PM on February 7, 2014 

I've started a group on Face Book for all that served in the 281st MP CO Camp Same-San,Thailand. It at present is a small group as I'm trying to get the word out. If you served in the 281st feel free to request to join. Looking forward to having you in the group and reading of your stories. 

Shelly

Reply USARSUPTHAI
7:58 AM on November 17, 2013 

chassawhadee says...
I was stationed at camp.friendship in 1966,511th supply support, name charles quarles. If anyone remembers me get in touch sawhaddee

 

Charles,

Thanks for signing our guestbook. We invite you to join us on our Yahoo Group email list by sending an email to: [email protected] this will bring you in contact with many of our members, and if you're using Facebook, join our FB group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/154849561231642/

These are the primary ways we communicate with each other.

Joe Wilson - Webmaster

569th Trans Co Camp Khon Kaen 2/68 - 2/70

505th Trans Co Camp Vayama 2 - 7/70

Reply chassawhadee
9:00 AM on November 13, 2013 
Kup kun krub
Reply chassawhadee
8:59 AM on November 13, 2013 
I was stationed at camp.friendship in 1966,511th supply support, name charles quarles. If anyone remembers me get in touch sawhaddee
Reply Melvin Brisendine
6:21 PM on March 6, 2013 

Dennis Freeman, I don't know if you ever received my response. I have seen pictures you've posted. Although I can't remember you, You came to 281st MP's before I left. The jeeps in your pictures are the same ones we used to escort convoys to Korat. One picture of the two MP's building a guard shack, the one on the right looked familiar and I believe the letters on the front of his t-shirt spelled Colson. Him, if him, I knew very well. I have some pictures taken from very close to the exact spot yours were taken. 13th holer. looking toward shower building, looking toward MP station from barracks.etc. my e-mail is [email protected];;;give me a shout some time. Melvin

Reply Melvin Brisendine
6:09 PM on March 6, 2013 

dennis freeman says...

Melvin  Brisendine:  I will try to send you the pictures from 281st.  Please send me your e-mail thanks.  Mine is [email protected] thanks dennis.

Reply Tiny
1:27 PM on February 27, 2013 

Shelly Webb says...
Served with the 281st MP CO Apr 72 thru Apr 73. Returned to Thailand and served with the 13th MP CO May 74 thru May 76. Have been viewing the site. Learned of it on togetherweserved. Like what I'm seeing. Thank You for putting it together Shelly

Reply Juarez, Michael C
9:52 PM on December 13, 2012 

Jim Golematis. Hi, I was with the 561 from 6-67 to 11-9th-68. 1st plt, Do you know, Calvin Burlingame, Michael J brink, Johnny Yepa. What plt where in ?.Do you have any pictures of camp Foster?.if you do, I would like to buy copies from you. my e-mail:[email protected] Home address: 728 east C Hutchinson,Ks. Michael C Juarez.   Thank You. Jim.

Reply Juarez, Michael C
9:38 PM on December 13, 2012 

jim golematis says...

In Thailand from Jan 68 to Oct68 at camp Foster with the 561st Eng.

Reply Wayne Edward Bowcutt
4:17 PM on November 23, 2012 

I was at Camp samae san, (9th Logistical Command) from May 1969 to May 1970, I worked warehousing outside storage, some of the guys were John Eggleston from Iowa or Ohio, Francisco Chavez From California, < Jim Brown> was from Arizona Jim Pierce, Jim Pearce, ? Bonds just a few of the guys.I would like to hear from anyone who was there at that time Contact at [email protected], or [email protected]

Reply John Fleming
1:52 PM on November 21, 2012 

e-mail  is  [email protected]  Thanks

Reply John Fleming
1:51 PM on November 21, 2012 

I was stationed at Camp Vayama, Aug. '69 to Aug. '71. Worked with Dave Harvell, Bill Cutler, Paul Fletcher and a few others can't remember there names. We were transportation clerks at amo port and checked amo on trucks at back gate vayama. E.T.O. trucks. on there way to U-tapo air base. Found Harvell but no luck on the others. One of out C.O.'s was a Maj. Christianson and a Maj. Jaquet. They were at Sattahip. We were the ones with the white Toyota. Ony one remember me or any one listed above. It was a great place to be.

Reply Michael Snyder
12:43 AM on November 3, 2012 

Joe Wilson says...
the reason i asked is because her last name was wilson...

 

 

 

Reply KARL DEWEY
5:33 PM on October 29, 2012 

I arrived in Bangkok 28 FEB 1960 as a PVT E-2, wearing civilian clothes and was assigned to USACAN (U.S. Army Command Administrative Network) to work at Thunkmahamek Bangkok transmitter site. The site consisted of AN/GRC-98 transmitter van with O5C FSK exciter, BC-610 transmitter, AM-141 amplifier, and an EE-8 field telephone. The equipment had arrived the year before from Ft. Gordon with what I believe was either 206th or 207th Sig consisting of 15 men and an officer.

 

As a Fixed Station Attendant, MOS 270, I was put wherever they needed me such as the unclassified CommCenter/receiver site in the JUSMAG compound on Thanon Sathon Tai. The R-390 receivers, CV-116 converters, and AN/FCC-5 time-division MUX had been removed from the AN/GRC-98 van. The Crypto gear remained in the ’98 that was inside of a metal fence compound a few doors away. The CommCenter/receiver site had an AN/TRC-24 with AN/TCC-3 to provide connectivity with 5th RRU at Don Muang. Later there was a building constructed to house the newly arrived BC-339 1KW transmitters and I assigned with a Thai technician to maintain them. When they learned the equipment I was again in the CommCenter. The transmitter site had another room added for T-409/FRC-30 and 207C. The Thais had studied AM, CW, and FM transmitters but knew nothing about SSB and servos that was in the 409’s. After about 5 days of training and 30 straight days of Mids I was told by the First Sergeant I had 3 days off. But my clearance came through and after 1 and half days I went to work inside the Crypto area.

 

Bang Pla Receiver site was built as was a new building for CommCenter-Crypto/Relay and Technical Control and I was back in Crypto/Relay which was not big enough to house all the new equipment so the almost empty 98 van was butted up to a hole in the wall.

 

I did not know about Space-A so I took a discharge as SP-4 to go see my folks in June 62.

 

I re-enlisted in August and stationed at Ft Ritchie MD, Detachment A, and Greencastle PA high frequency transmitter site making SP-5. Tours at Yaedake Okinawa Troposcatter, back to Greencastle to disassemble site as SSG E-6, and off to FT Monmouth NJ to Satellite school where I knew I was headed to Clark AB PI to work on AN/MSC-44 SYNCOM terminal. Again to FT Monmouth to learn the AN/TSC-54 and assignment to U-Tapao.

 

I was Maintenance Sergeant on serial number 11 at Utapao AB which operated with AN/MSC-46 in Guam. We originally was near the Water Plant (lots of dust from cement plant outside the base), and with a lot of work from Red Horse built a new site next to the IWCS building. We went to Djakarta Indonesia providing support to White House Communication during President Nixon’s world tour following the Apollo moon landing.

 

Being promoted to SFC E-7 I was assigned to the IWCS/Cable Head/Switchboard facility in Vayama several months.

 

Karl Dewey MSG E-8 RET 32Z5IL7                                 CORRECTION

 

Reply Ray Fisher
11:03 AM on October 27, 2012 

I was assigned to Detachment 1, US Army Stratcom-Fac at Udorn

in May of 1964. I was hoping to find anyone who may have served there.

Reply Ray Fisher
11:03 AM on October 27, 2012 

I was assigned to Detachment 1, US Army Stratcom-Fac at Udorn

in May of 1964. I was hoping to find anyone who may have served there.

Reply Michael Snyder
12:06 PM on October 20, 2012 

Jim Downs says...
I was stationed at Camp Samae San in the 281st MP Co from Feb 1972 to July 1976. Would like to with any Members who served during that time My email is [email protected]
  Did you know a Thai girl named Gaew Wilson ? She was married possibly to an MP and she had a dependants ID card. She was well known among the MP crowd.

Reply USARSUPTHAI
5:51 PM on October 15, 2012 

KARL DEWEY says...
Contact me [email protected] and give me the dates of your second tour in Thailand, plus where you live so I can add you to our members page.

Joe Wilson - Webmaster


I arrived in Bangkok 28 FEB 1960 as a PVT E-2, wearing civilian clothes and was assigned to USACAN (U.S. Army Command Administrative Network) to work at Thunkmahamek Bangkok transmitter site. The site consisted of AN/GRC-98 transmitter van with O5C FSK exciter, BC-610 transmitter, AM-141 amplifier, and an EE-8 field telephone. The equipment had arrived the year before from Ft. Gordon with what I believe was either 206th or 207th Sig consisting of 15 men and an officer.

 

As a Fixed Station Attendant, MOS 270, I was put wherever they needed me such as the unclassified CommCenter/receiver site in the JUSMAG compound on Thanon Sathon Tai. The R-390 receivers, CV-116 converters, and AN/FCC-5 time-division MUX had been removed from the AN/GRC-98 van. The Crypto gear remained in the ’98 that was inside of a metal fence compound a few doors away. The CommCenter/receiver site had an AN/TRC-24 with AN/TCC-3 to provide connectivity with 5th RRU at Don Muang. Later there was a building constructed to house the newly arrived BC-339 1KW transmitters and I assigned with a Thai technician to maintain them. When they learned the equipment I was again in the CommCenter. The transmitter site had another room added for T-409/FRC-30 and 207C. The Thais had studied AM, CW, and FM transmitters but knew nothing about SSB and servos that was in the 409’s. After about 5 days of training and 30 straight days of Mids I was told by the First Sergeant I had 3 days off. But my clearance came through and after 1 and half days I went to work inside the Crypto area.

Bang Pla Receiver site was built as was a new building for CommCenter-Crypto/Relay and Technical Control and I was back in Crypto/Relay which was not big enough to house all the new equipment so the almost empty 98 van was butted up to a hole in the wall.

I did not know about Space-A so I took a discharge as SP-4 to go see my folks in June 62.

I re-enlisted in August and stationed at Ft Ritchie MD, Detachment A, and Greencastle PA high frequency transmitter site making SP-5. Tours at Yaedake Okinawa Troposcatter, back to Greencastle to disassemble site as SSG E-6, and off to FT Monmouth NJ to Satellite school where I knew I was headed to Clark AB PI to work on AN/MSC-44 SYNCOM terminal. Again to FT Monmouth to learn the AN/TSC-54 and assignment to U-Tapao.

I was Maintenance Sergeant on serial number 11 at Utapao AB which operated with AN/MSC-46 in Guam. We originally was near the Water Plant (lots of dust from cement plant outside the base), and with a lot of work from Red Horse built a new site next to the IWCS building. We went to Djakarta Indonesia providing support to White House Communication during President Nixon’s world tour following the Apollo moon landing.

Being promoted to SFC E-7 I was assigned to the IWCS/Cable Head/Switchboard facility in Vayama several months.

 

Karl Dewey MSG E-8 RET 23Z5IL7

Reply dennis freeman
3:19 PM on August 9, 2012 

Melvin  Brisendine:  I will try to send you the pictures from 281st.  Please send me your e-mail thanks.  Mine is [email protected] thanks dennis.

Reply dennis freeman
3:08 PM on August 9, 2012 

Melvin Brisendine says...

I was Army with the 281st MP'S at Camp Vayama Nov. 67 to Nov. 68 in the traffic section, worked some town patrol, escorted 972 convoys to Korat and spent most weekends in Pattyah. Thanks to all VETERANS past present and future. signed Melvin Brisendine.

Reply [email protected]
3:34 PM on May 27, 2012 

Were any of you in earth moving Plt. in 66-67? I can remenber some of the guys by the last name.

Reply James T. White (Terry)
4:07 PM on May 18, 2012 

bob mesiti says...

 Dear Bob,  I Was stationed with you in 1967 before you went home. I visited with you at your home in Mass when I was restationed in Rehoboth, Mass ........Terry  please "E" mail me at [email protected].  Thank you     

Are you the Bob White who was part of the 35th finance detachnent in korat?

 

Reply James T. White (Terry)
11:45 AM on May 15, 2012 

Would like to hear from anyone stationed with the 35th finance Det 1967 to early1968. at khorat Thailand

"E" mail [email protected]

Reply Bruce Carpenter
12:49 PM on March 5, 2012 

Our commander, General Edwin F. Black, has been shown to have been a good deal more complex than anyone had realized (see "The Crimes of Patriots" and elsewhere. A great of needless sadness transpired in 1967 toward enlisted men in Korat, many of them helpless minority individuals. The question remains of Black's approval, which if the case, would have been highly ironic.

Reply Sp4Ehlers
8:45 AM on February 4, 2012 

Served in the 219th MP Company with fellow member Bill Mack between March 1969 to May 1970. Escorted armament convey to Ubon or Udron and medical supplies to Bangkok.  Would like to hear from others who served with me.  [email protected]  Proud to have served with the members of USARSUPTHAI.

Reply Jim Downs
8:12 PM on February 1, 2012 
I was stationed at Camp Samae San in the 281st MP Co from Feb 1972 to July 1976. Would like to with any Members who served during that time My email is [email protected]
Reply Ray Fisher
11:16 AM on January 2, 2012 

I have been getting some questions about my recent trip to Thailand. I have a [email protected] http://sawasdeeoldthaivet.blogspot.com

We stayed 2 months and went all over the country. I managed to see Korat RTAFB and it looks like a ghost town except for a building  once and awhile. We were lucky to be gone when the floods came. My wifes nephew in Bangkok had 3 foot of water in his house.

Anyone who would like to contact me please e-mail me at  [email protected]

Ray Fisher

Reply [email protected]
10:29 AM on November 29, 2011 

Jack, I just posted 141 pictures on this site last night, I hope you enjoy them. I am looking for Info on some of the pictures I posted...db

Reply Henry Currence
9:25 AM on November 26, 2011 

I don't see many members of the 91st Engineers (DT). I joined the 91st in March, 1968 and stayed with them until April, 1970. Went from there to Bangkok with the 313th Trans until Sept, 1970. I spent time in Camp Foster, Po Dang, Ruam Chit Chai, and Korat with the 91st. Later with the 313th in Bangkok and Udorn. Wake up 91st and report in.  [email protected]

Reply John 93rd Psyop
4:25 PM on October 25, 2011 

I had it pretty cushie: I was with the 93rd PSYOP Company stationed initially in the Klong Toy area of Bangkok then we were moved into MACTHAI HQ. I was an officer and strangely of the 18 or so in our "company" there were never more than 3 or 4 enlisted. A Top, a Supply Sgt,, and a clerk for the most part. The rest were officers. During part of my tour from 01/69 to 12/69 there was one Capt and one E7 who dressed mostly in civies - white short sleeve shirts and dark ties - spoke fluent Thai but never in public and made frequent trips to Air America's HQ ...

Reply Ray Fisher
10:37 PM on October 1, 2011 

Guys, I hooked up with an old friend from my 1964-65 tour with Stratcom at Udorn.

I visited him a couple of months ago. We both

changed a lot in 47 years, but it was great to see him. We are in contact regularly on e-mail.