Team 121

MACV Team 121- ???

This Page is intended for the discussion of the Military Assistance Command Vietnam Team 121 located in ???

2 thoughts on “Team 121

  1. Team 121 was an Engineer advisory that advised the Arvan Engineers on line of communication projects, roads and bridges. It was headquartered at Hoc Mon just a few K’s North of Saigon. Some very important visitors came to the team house including John Wayne, Chris Nowell and others. We in the later yeas 1972-73 advised the ARVAN 52 nd Engr Bn at Gia Ray Just off QL 1 in the completion of QL 1 from Gia Ray to Phan THiet built a standard high way bridge on LTL2 Bravo near ham thang to Vung Thau. We also coordinated logistical requirements, maintience support and had a team of mechanics (civilian) orovided by Dine Electron Corp and tec reps from (civilian) from Alaska Barrage and Transport. We produced over 1000 tos of Asphalt for the Road projects from our industrial site at Gia Ray. We were under the shadow of NUI chew chan Mountain just SE of Fire Base Mace operated by the 1st cav.div who also supported us with artillery fire and helo gun ships and med evac

  2. I was with team 21 at the Det HQ Company Nov 68, serving under Maj Marvin Boroski. In March, I went to the Ranger Advisory team under LTC John (Jack) Daniels. Some names from the Rangers I remember are Maj. Don Hampton, Maj Brown, Capt Ashley, Sgt. Walker, LTC Corbett, Sgt Jose Gerard, Maj Jerry Brown, Sgt Gary Littrell, Lt. Ferris (last name I can’t remember). Jose died in a fire at the Ranger camp in September 69. All the photos I had of my tour were burned in the fire. LTC Daniels passed away last June. SSgt Littrell was awarded the MOH for his actions in maybe May 70 with the 23rd battalion if remember correct. He retired as a CSGM. I would really be interested in any photos of the team base camps or any of the Rangers photos of that time,

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