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Offline jmm48a3

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Remember the USS Walker
« on: August 12, 2011, 08:07:04 AM »
John Moorhouse (House), Loader/Driver, A-25, 67-68

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Re: Remember the USS Walker
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2011, 10:58:01 PM »
Hi John, Yes I do. I talked to Art in 2006 about his next book. He said he would write about what happened to the men of the 2/1 Cav. after we arrived in VN. I've seen is a book telling about the 1/1 Cav. just published in 2011.  They were also on the Walker. Does anyone know of Art Beltrones' whereabouts? I've tried e-mails but I get a return message that his in box is full. I'm going to the library Tuesday and see if they have that 1/1 Cav book. Scouts Out!
Rich Hansell, A troop, 2nd Plt. Sept. 67 to March 68. Driver of A-28. Infantry track member.

Offline John R McLaughlin

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Re: Remember the USS Walker
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2011, 03:03:57 PM »
I have a business card for Art Beltrone. His e-mail; information@vietnamgraffiti.com. or www.vietnamgraffiti.com.
Address: P.O.Box 125, Keswick, VA 22947  Phone (434)296-1288 office; (434)466-1677 mobile.

There is a possibility that he well be at Jerry Barkers in Indianapolis for the mini 2/1 Cav reunion on 16,17, & 18 Sept 2011.