monkey on my shoulders here was stolen from an Army Hootch when Thiel,
Austin and myself used our Tactical Skills to take him to the FLICK
with us when we were in the rear area at Phu Bai. We were on our way
to the FLICK when we spotted him, and we all agreed that he wanted to
see the FLICK too."
Maier, Mike 3/5 Served
in Vietnam from early May of '68, and left in May of '69. When I came
incountry to Mike Company, our rear area was Phu Bai, and the Company
was being man'ed back up after taking a real ass kicking from Charlie.
looking for the Marines I served with, if anybody knows where the guys
in the pictures are, please contact me.
fi, ~Doug Maier
Right before I went to Vietnam, I was my older brother's Best Man in
the difference in size of the M-79 Heat Round, and the 5.56mm round
fired by the M-16.
was called Hillbilly by all. If anyone knows his REAL name PLEASE contact
me. Hillbilly was K.I.A. with only 28 days left in country.
Austin and ( ??can't remember?? ) taken at an An Hoa line position.
On the far right, Jim Thiel holding hair from one of the 3 female snipers
that popped rounds at us on one of the many times we were in the AZ
"Mother" Hubbard (left), and Evans, Me, Austin and Thiel.
Mike 3 Charlie
row, from left, Stafford and Mike McFerrin who was squad leader.
Back row, from left, Philip Oguin, Sullivan, Frank Lito, Ed Morales,
on the left is Pappy, and one of the best as far as I'm concerned.
He saved my life when we were on Bridge Security on an ambush at the
base of some mountains next to a grave yard. And Marine on the right
at left side of picture, we were being trucked somewhere until
the road runs out, then it's HUMP TIME.
Bazar in front, KIA April 21, '69. Mike McFerrin is third back
Bazar Memorial Page
Base Maxwell, and our Bunker position behind me.
acting like "Rambo" in rear area at An Hoa,
Austin is in the back ground with a bunker we used when CHARLIE would