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Team 21 Pleiku

MACV Team 21 – Pleiku.

This Page is intended for the discussion of the Military Assistance Command Vietnam Team 21 located in Pleiku.

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  1. Tommy C. Nettles permalink
    June 13, 2014 7:31 pm

    SP5 Tommy C. Nettles, I was assigned to Team 21 Feb-May 70 as an Intelligence Analyst. I had an emergency at home and had to leave early. I ended up getting out of the Army , for a while. I remember the mess hall getting blown all to hell and killing lots of people. We were a target for the rockets and got hit often. The pool was great. This was the time of the Cambodia action and I remember our base pay doubled during this period of time due to VOLAR. I got to reenlist and spent 23 years and retired a Master Sergeant. This was my second tour (my first was airborne infantry 1/8th Cav ABN 65-66 and my third was 525 MI Group (CI), Siagon 72-73)

  2. Kirby Greene permalink
    June 3, 2014 11:00 pm

    Hi- Spec 4 Greene served Jul69-Jun70.at Tm 21. Was in the order of Battle Shop. Sorry, I didn’t know any of the above- they were before and after me.

  3. Wayne A. Jones permalink
    May 28, 2014 10:07 pm

    Hi Ed, I am a fellow Gold Star son. My father CWO Wayne E. Jones was KIA 17 Aug 67 flying out of Pleiku. The reason that I am on this page is a MACV Advisory Team 21 member Ronald Johnson died in the crash and I have been trying to find a picture of him. The Virtual Wall.org shows your dad serving with team 36 and Army.togetherweserved.com has a description of the attack in which he was killed. Also google his name or the Coffelt Database. Check out the website SDIT.org. Let me know if you want to talk or need more help. Good Luck, Wayne A. Jones, Jr.

    • Ed Roberge permalink
      May 29, 2014 6:02 pm

      Wayne – thanks for the immediate response. I will follow the lead on the links you provided. I have been to some of the sites but I look forward to the others. Thanks.
      Ed

  4. Ed Roberge permalink
    May 28, 2014 9:10 pm

    Great website – thanks all for your service.
    My father Edmund Roberge was killed in action on 16 March 1971 in Pleku, Phu Nhon HQ. He was part of MACV team just not sure what team. Does anyone recall him or serve at that time. Thanks. Ed

  5. Pat Lane permalink
    April 6, 2014 10:07 am

    I was the communications Sgt. at Pleiku sector headquarters from September 1967 to September 1968. I was responsible for radio communications between sector headquarters and our four subsectors. We used RT-524 and PRC-25 FM radios and a KWM2A and PRC-74 SSB radios.

    • Bob permalink
      May 26, 2014 7:18 pm

      Bob Galante worked communication in sub sector camp PLI Do Lin 1965 thru late 1967

  6. J Brown permalink
    March 17, 2014 5:21 pm

    Would like to get in touch with anyone in 21st ARVN RANGERS in mid 65 to 66.
    Tks

  7. Steve Fee permalink
    January 31, 2014 9:33 pm

    Was assigned to the Direct Air Support Center at the Army MAC-V compound from Aug 67-68. I was an Air Force radio operator who provided air support all over II Corps when requested by the Army. Primarily, F-4 Phantoms.. Was there on Jan 31, 1968 when the Tet offensive began. Ended up making the Air Force a career and retired in 1989. Would love to hear from anyone from that time frame. Steve Fee steve134@comcast.net

  8. Mike Hoy permalink
    September 19, 2013 9:27 pm

    I was at Team 21 between May 71 and January 72 with a period of time at Arty Hill. We were a team of 5 called II Corps(Red) which was part of the 525th MI Group. I have spoke with others assigned to the team earlier but have not yet found any assigned during the same time period.

  9. Wayne A. Jones Jr. permalink
    February 20, 2013 7:31 pm

    My father CWO Wayne E. Jones served with the 18th Avn. Co. 2nd Platoon at Pleiku. He lived at the MACV compound at Pleiku and flew out of Camp Holloway. His Otter aircraft crashed on Dragon Mountain 17 Aug 1967, taking the lives of all the crew and a passenger Pfc Ronald J. Johnson from MACV Adv. Team 21.
    Would like to hear from anyone that new Mr. Johnson or remembers the 18th Avn. Co. members there in 1967.

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