is narrated by Joe Gallaway (The only civillian to earn a Bronze Star) who also co-wrote the book "We were Soldiers Once and Young" with Gen.Hal Moore which became the movie "We were Soldiers" with Mel Gibson. It is our hope and desire, that here on our website, you will find a sense of veteran brotherhood, joy in the days of ole, and healing....A place where you can be proud of the job that you performed for your Country.
We continue to seach for and reachout to many of our "unfound" brothers that we served together with, and their families, that may be looking for us. We want to invite all of the members of Charlie Company to participate in the development of this website. Add this website to your favorite's list and check back offen, we are constantly adding new members to the group, posting new material of interest, and adding new photo albums into our Photo Gallery pages (now over 1500 Vietnam War photos).
And how can we reach more of the men that we served with?
View our site along with some great music of that period on each page.
So be sure to turn on your sound system, and you may need to accept the active X controls for the player if you get a notice pop-up at the top of the viewing window...
to: Dan Rogers 3rd Platoon, Charles Jones 1st Platoon, Dennis Figley 3rd Platoon, Bruce Smith , Dan Akins 2nd Platoon, Chet Lucas 3rd Platoon, Bob "RT" Tarbuck 2nd Platoon, Andy Giles 2nd Platoon, Randy "Satch" Garver 2nd Platoon, Bob Smith 2nd Platoon, Rick Walsh 1st Platoon, Dale Cooper 1st Platoon, .....
You can now find these guys listed on our "Roster" page.To all Vietnam Veterans, many who have emailed us with praise for our website, the men of Charlie Company wish to say "Thank You" to all veterans that have served our country then and now.And we would also like to add a very special "Welcome Home" to each of you!!!Send your comments and info to [email protected] our deployment in RVN, Charlie Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division was stationed up near the DMZ at Camp Evans, located between the cities of Hue and Quang Tri in the I Corp sector of South Vietnam.We worked in the steep mountainous area, covered with dense jungle canopy.This area was located to the west of Camp Evans from the lowlands into the "A Shau Valley" where the Ho Chi Minh trail was a re-supply highway for the NVA.