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Re: Museum of American History

ps and one these days hopefully we will be able to see Operation Wayne Gray / Battle for Hill 947 included in the history of the Vietnam War.

Re: Museum of American History

Mike, Thanks for the kind words. Speaking of Wayne Grey. Did anyone here see John Bauer's article on the mission into the Plei Trap, which was in the VFW magazine? I think it was last Spring, maybe March.

Re: Museum of American History


I mirror what Mike wrote. I cherish the "Light Ruck" book you sent me and my son, Chandler, cherishes the autograph book you sent to him a few years ago. Just as an update, Chandler is in his second year at the Unviersity of San Francisco as an army ROTC scholarship recipient and he is faaaaaar more gung-ho than I ever was about the army. He even loves the "butch" haircut. Ugh!!

John R...