Nam Phong Roster
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Valdovinos, Michael L. (Val) Sgt. H&MS 15 Avionics Com/Nav worked on Tacanís and radioís Currently resides in Madison, Wisconsin. email@example.comEsselstyn, David, 1/Lt VMFA-115 April 1973 until the end. RIO to the XO, "Rat" Cooper and to Bob "Maddog" Maddocks. Schedules Officer and Ground training. Thanks for the web site! firstname.lastname@example.org
Vath, William R., Sgt, H&MS-15 GSE (6078) Nam Phong Jul 73 to Sep 73. Currently live in Cincinnati, OH email@example.com
Vigliante Gene, GySgt (ret).Was one of the first Marines in Nam Phong in '72. Served in Security Bn. Was a Thai linguist. Set up Thai Security Guard detachment, and worked as liaison between TSG's and Security Bn. Major Campenelli was C.O., and Capt. Reynolds was X.O. If memory serves me correctly, Peter Pace, now Lt. General, was a 2dLt. in Security Bn. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org . Semper-Fi.
Vincent, Dale Cpl but Lcpl at the time of I was in Nam Phong. I was with H&MS-15 GSE shop. I went from Iwakuni, Japan to the Rose Garden at the end of July or first part of August 1972. I worked on the gas turbines units mostly. I lived in one of the hardback tents behind the mess hall. The first night I got there they showed a movie on the outside wall of the mess hall. Halfway through the movie the stand holding the projector fell over in the mud. That was the last movie I saw at Nam Phong. I remember having dysentery really bad. I had dysentery for years after I got back to the world. About 30 days after I got to Nam Phong I was sent back to Iwakuni to pull guard duty. They didn't want me on guard duty because I had my arm in a cast. I went to sick bay to have the corpsman put a new cast on my arm before going back to Nam Phong. The corpsman made me see a doctor who med-evaced me to Oak Knoll Naval hospital in Oakland, California. After surgery and 10 months in and out of Oak Knoll, the Marine Corps told me I was broken and they didn't want me anymore so they sent a home. I currently live in Salem, Oregon. I retired last year (disability retirement) from the State of Oregon Employment Department, where I worked as a Veterans Representative. email@example.com
Wall, Garrette A, Sgt VMA AW 533 fire control, now in Michigan Guard, living in Wisconsin email firstname.lastname@example.org
Walsh, Augustus F. aka Auggie Mag15 Carpenter shop March 72 to April 73 Currently living in Somerville MA. email@example.com
Ward, Richard K. "Dick"(Tricky).VMFA 232 Phantom Phlyer. Was surfing the net for some other USMC related issues and happend on this site......... sort of spooky to see those wet tents again. Keep up the search for Rose Garden vets: the older I get the more I miss every single Jarhead I ever served with. There are no finer men on earth! firstname.lastname@example.org
Warren, Ronald E. (Ron) MSgt USMC 1971-1992, MABS-15 Communications, E-5 1972-1973, currently resides in Annapolis Missouri. email email@example.com
Wanser, Bones Cpl. Ammo platoon Out at the Dump I was that Skinny bastard in the office you had to deal with to get your bombs!!!! was there from the get go when the second truck load of 500 pounders arrived! mailto: firstname.lastname@example.orgOtis Webster,GYSGT ret. VMFA-232 Hyd shop. I was in the advanced party to help build up our new home. We built the first tent city and turned the old Thi bks. into work spaces and living quarters. Then came the laying of the matting. Donít forget our evening showers when the rain clouds came by. We all worked hard and made the best of it. I would do it all over again as long it was with the same Marines. I donít know how the new generation of Marines would react with old Jarheads LOL. I am now living in North Carolina and work for the Department of Correction. My brothers take care and Semper Fi. e-mail email@example.com
Welch,Mike Sec. Elem. Nam Phong Thailand. From start to finish. I was there all the time. I was only a PFC and did not get any higher than that. I now live in Laurel Mt. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org Anyone sends me mail I will be more than happy to send some back. Sempi Fi Marines. It was some of my best times in the Corps in the Rose Garden.
Wells, Richard , Worked in Bomb Dump in Nam Phong , Las Vegas, Nevada email@example.comWestford, Dale Cpl (Eventually made Sgt.) H&MS-15 Comm/Nav Shop, I also worked for awhile in the Bomb Rack shop, Mess duty, Guard duty. Now in Seattle, WA email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weymouth, John H. Sgt VMA AW 533 Flight Line now living in Kenosha, WI email: email@example.com
White, H Ronald Cpl. I was at the "Rose Garden" from June 72- June 73. H&MS-15 SACE I remember the night I landed there. All we could see from the air was flares going off. The pilot told us to exit the 130 at the end of the runway as he turned around because he was not staying. It was a long dark walk to the hooch area. Heat and dirt and long hours. I now live in Iowa City, Iowa and work for the Dept. of Corrections.firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheeldon, Don, MSGT VMA AW 533 CHECK CREW/QC JUNE72 APR73 live in Rushville IN. E MAIL email@example.com
White, David, W. (Rock) LCPL VMA(AW)533 Admin Jun 72-Feb 73 Currently living in Littleton CO
White HW (Butch) Pvt. June 73 to Sept 73 Nam Phong Security Element Rotated to 2/4 th Marines Okinawa S-2 Sniper program after Nam Phong 74 rotated to 2/6th Marines in Camp Lejuene N.C. S-2 Sniper H&S 2/6 until 1976. Currently living in Spokane Wa. firstname.lastname@example.org
White, William PFC USMC Task Force Delta, June 72 - Oct 72. I am the Marine who set-off the pop up that was told in another story of a new arrival to the Rose Garden. JLehan2479@aol.com
Wisner, John I was at Nam Pong from February 1973 until September 1973. I was a private and worked communication/base security. When I got there I was assigned to the K-9 patrol, and did that job the entire time. I lived in the same area as the MPs, although I wasn't an MP. I left the USMC in 1976, as an E-5 Sgt.
Witek, Rich, Sgt, MAG-15 Group S-1, was a member of the advanced party Apr/May72, Retired as a MSGT in 1986, email@example.com.
Wood, Gregory A. Sgt USMC H&MS 15 LOX Plant rotated to Nam Phong from DaNang from Iwakuni in 1972 rotated back to Cherry Point, N.C. Never went back but I think I was scared of the Jungle babes (hehe) and of course the Ant Trees. Semper Fi ,Bev and Greg Wood firstname.lastname@example.org
Wooten, Michael L/Cpl & Cpl. VMFA 232 Hydraulics Shop. Arrived in Nam Phong in October 1972 and left in 1973 after we had been transferred to Subic. We in our shop referred to our squadron as "VMFA 230-Screw". I got out of the Marine Corps in 1975 and made a career in law enforcement in Birmingham, Alabama - now retired and living in Alabaster, AL. My email address is email@example.com.
York, Jon C., Capt., H&MS-15 OpsO, Feb. 1973 'till the pullout, currently Cantonment, FL., firstname.lastname@example.org
WAS WITH HAMS 15 ORD. OFFICE JOCKEY. SGT BILL YOUNG. WOULD HAVE RATHER BEEN BACK IN CHU LIA DURING TET RUNNING FROM ROCKETS. THAT WAS NOT A ROSE GARDEN.
Youngblood, Theodore A. (Pete) 1st Lt. USMC (Not sure of the dates). Motor Transport Officer. Retired Capt. Deceased: 1995 Submitted by TSgt Jerry Youngblood USAF
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