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My PSTD before it was called PSTD!
Tay Ninh Vietnam at the 45th Surgical Hospital (MUST) unit.
When Barnie and I got there from 90th replacement center Long Binh.
We were getting hit every hour on the hour for the first three months, after that we just got hit once or twice a day on Tay Ninh Base Camp!
There was a period we did not get hit for about two weeks, and we did not know how to act!.
When I was out on Medical supply, beer and soda convoys, we got sniped at on the way running empty, and they hit us coming back loaded with supplies, I guess trying to get the supplies!
I was on convoys twice a week for a long time, until my last 36 days in country, when I tried to get Col.Smith's 5 Ton and Road grader taken away from him.
I ended up driving the 5 ton dump truck out to the base of Nui Ba Dinh, to the Army corp. of Engineers for loads of laterrite dirt to build the company area up, I made 7 trips per day 7.7 miles one way.
When I got back to the states, I got spit on by a protestor at the airport, I gave myself a headache trying to watch both sides of the road at 70 miles per hour, convoy speed was 35 mph, looking for snipers, etc.
When I finally got to sleep after being awake for 72 hours, the down pitch of a cop car siren sounded like an incoming rocket, I pitched out of the bed, and started low crawling toward the bath room, looking for a bunker!
I finally realized where I was, and was glade my father and step mother was at work, and not looking a conditioned fool in motion!
Then when I got to my mother's house in Miami Florida, I had to get my uncle to buy me 3 cases of Beer, cause I was under age at 20 years old.
I sat in the big easy chair for the next 72 hours three days, staring out the front window drinking not sleeping or eating, just listening to the new sounds in the neighborhood trying to adjust to my new surroundings!
In August 1969, we just had to say on paper we feel fine in order to get out of Oakland, CA., at least that was what the LT. said, "If you guys want to get out of here, just put down I feel Fine on the documents."
Actually the Second Tour of duty in Vietnam Helped Me out more than getting counseled by the Shrinks at Fort Hood Stock Aid, which is another story!


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We Did Not Loose The War In Vietnam Like Everyone Keeps Telling Us!

Richard Nixon-Address to the Nation on an Agreement to End the War in Vietnam (January 23, 1973)

The Truth about the Vietnam War

Published on Jun 23, 2014
Did the United States win or lose the Vietnam War? We are taught that it was a resounding loss for America, one that proves that intervening in the affairs of other nations is usually misguided. The truth is that our military won the war, but our politicians lost it. The Communists in North Vietnam actually signed a peace treaty, effectively surrendering. But the U.S. Congress didn't hold up its end of the bargain. In just five minutes, learn the truth about who really lost the Vietnam War.

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Interesting Vietnam & other military statistical information

In case you haven't been paying attention these past few decades after you returned from Vietnam , the clock has been ticking.

The following are some statistics that are at once depressing yet in a larger sense should give you a huge sense of pride.

"Of the 2,709,918 Americans who served in Vietnam , Less than 850,000 are estimated to be alive today, with the youngest American Vietnam veteran's age approximated to be 54 years old."
How does it feel to be among the last third of all the Vietnam Veterans who served in Vietnam to be alive?

I don't know about you guys, but it kind of gives me the chills.

Considering the kind of information available about the death rate of WWII and Korean War Veterans, publicized information indicates that in the last 14 years Vietnam veterans are dying at the rate of 390 deaths each day.

At this rate there will be only a few of us alive in 2015.

These statistics were taken from a variety of sources to include: The VFW Magazine, the Public Information Office, and the HQ CP Forward Observer.

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September 1966
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Decorations, Awards, and Honors
Unit Citation and Campaign Participation Credit Register
DA PAM 672–3 • 29 January 1988

This pamphlet is published to assist commanders and personnel
officers in determining or establishing the eligibility of individual
members for campaign participation credit, assault landing credit,
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QUARTERLY PERIOD 1 November 1966 to 31 January 1967
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The 228th Supply and Service Company (DS) worked in direct supply support activity to the 45th Surgical Hospital within Tay Ninh Base Camp beginning in early October 1966.
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187th Helicopter Assault Company
Crusaders (Rat-Pack)

The 187th was next to the 45th on Tay Ninh Base Camp on the North side of us. We had Friends in the 187th and when they were hurting we were hurting.
I had a friend that got kidney problems so they shipped him back to the states, I never saw him again.

From: "Michele Holleman" RockandBeauty@aol.com
To: the45thsurg@the45thsurg.freeservers.com
Subject: Cobra Rockets
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 15:16:41 -0700

I may have been the Cobra pilot in 69 that scared you to death by the rubber trees ,those 2.75 rockets made a big bang.I was Ratpack 5 flying with the 187th.Enjoyed the pics....
Sincerely Dr. Rod

A short Reply from the WebMaster:
Alfred and Barnie (where ever he is), Thank you for Your Fire Support During that Fire Fight, and the Rush of Adrenaline...
Five Rockets heading toward your truck, on the way to the tree line 50 feet away, scared to death is an under statement.
Then we heard your Cobra Helicopter after the Rocket Fire, Our Lives Flashed before our eyes and then some.
But without that Fire Support we may not be here today,
Thanks Again, Ratpack 5, Dr.Rod, 187th AHC.

Prepared by: Warrant Officer Albert A. Major
Approved by: Purvis L. Parker, MAJ. INF

September 1966
187th Assault Helicopter Company Activated
Fort Bragg, North Carolina

The dedication of the 187th Pilots and Crew Members to complete their mission was beyond reproach.
Do the job. - Leave no one behind. - Period.

Our Friends Next Door
187th Assualt Helicopter Company

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I remember when.

I remember when we first got there, David E. Barnwell and Alfred L. Peterson, that's me, we had to learn fast on how to act.

When we had incoming rockets and mortars, in 1968 they were chinese made 107mm and 122mm rockets, some recoiless rifle hits, you can't hear those coming.
None of this was taught to us in basic training, or
Advanced Individual Training (AIT).
Any way we learned that if you here a low pitch hum, hit it, the ground and lay flat as possible, then when you do not here anymore for a while, low crawl to the nearest bunker, never stand up cause it can get you killed.
Never stand in any place more than 3-4 minutes, due to snippers around the perimeter of the base camp.
When the planes landed and took off from Tay Ninh base camp, the aircraft were flown at a high angle, to keep from getting shotdown by small arms fire.

To give you an example of how jumpy a person got after a year of that. When my father picked me up at LAX, we were going down the freeway at 70 miles per hour, and I was checking every nook and cranny on both sides of the road, for snippers, convoy speed was 35-45 mph, I gave myself a head ache so I put my hands over my eyes, and my head down, when my father asked me what was wrong I said I just had a head ache. Later that day, after being awake for 72+ hours I finally got to sleep, my step mother & father were at work, when the down pitch of a police car siren sounded like an incomming rocket.
I was on the floor low crawling toward the bathroom, then I looked around me and realized where I was, and I was glad no one was there to see me.

There are alot of things that we keep to our selves because no one would understand, you had to be there, and experience what happened to really understand what another person is talking about who has been there.
When I got home to Miami Florida, I got my uncle to buy me 3 cases of Bud, sat in an easy chair staring out the front window for another 72 hours (3 days 24 hours a day), still sober, just listening to the new sounds of the hood.
Trying to adapt to my new surroundings, the people walking down the street must have thought I was nuts!
After my second tour in Vietnam, I found I could adapt better faster to my surroundings!
When I got out of the Army, I got married, we went shopping in a crowded store, I broke out in a cold sweat, cause people were bumping into me, and I could not see what they were doing with their hands.
So I told my new wife I'll wait in the car and I let her finish the shopping! I felt bad cause I could not explain why I felt that way!
In Vietnam when you go from the base camp to the village, you have to watch what people around you are doing with their hands, cause they might have a grenade!


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Rex B. Wimmer Ambulance Medic:
Rex came to Viet Nam after I had Been there for about 8 months.
He use to go down to the perimeter during a firefight and pick up wounded, in a 3/4 ton tacticalambulance, with a big white background and redcross on the sides of it, as if to say to charlieshoot at me....
You see we did not have camouflauge trucks....
IF Anybody knows Rex's E-mail send it to Alfred L. Peterson

Now our X-ray Tech's nick name was Moose

One Night when we had wounded comming in on the helopad. He and Cpt. Pederson where going throughthe sachels of grenades taken off of the wounded.You see they use to put the grenades in the sachelswithout the pins in them, so all they had to dowas grab and through them. Well Moose, grabbed a grenade that the Cpt. got out, because the spoon started to flip, and he tucked it toward his stomach
and ran away toward the helopad, to put a pin in it.
The Hospital Commander heard about it, and put
Moose in for a Bronze Star, But he Never Got it.
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