Reunions & Claims


REUNION COORDINATORS: To publicize your unit's reunion, fill out the form on page 54 or submit a form online at: www.vfw.org/ReunionForm. Send paper submissions to "Reunions," VFW Magazine, 406 W. 34th St., Suite 523, Kansas City, MO 64111. Incomplete or illegible forms will be discarded. Submit four months in advance of reunion date. VFW members only.

AIR FORCE

Saigon Mission Assn.: John Guffey (405) 517-1143, john.guffey@netzero.net

ARMY AIR FORCE

494th Bombardment Grp. (H): Marshall L. Keller (248)625-3584

ARMY

47th Inf. Regt.: Douglas Smith (850) 897-6613, dssmith247@cox.net

73rd Heavy Tank Bn., 73rd Armor, 73rd Cav: Curtis Banker (518) 643-2302, curt0742@hughes.net

Anzio Beachhead Vets: Clyde E. Easter (276) 728-7293

D Co., 1st Bn., 5th Air Cav, Vietnam: Lou Perosi 1-888-282-2802, extll9, smallstock@verizon.net

Inf, OCS Class Ha-63, 53rd Co.: Dave Measeis (409) 728-7833, dkmeasels@gt.rr.com

COAST GUARD

USS/USCG Edisto: Glenn Smith (321) 269-5637, ussedisto@cfl.rr.com

MARINES

Iwo Jima Survivors & WWII Vets: Barbara Pappas (940)781-9888, bshattol@yahoo.com

USS Portsmouth CL-102: Walter Hohner (732) 463-1745, wphohner@aol.com

NAVY

Naval Beach Grp. 1: Gene Glaseo (757) 899-2631, glascowake@yahoo.com

Naval Support Activity Da Nang: Bernie Uhrinek (724) 353-9627, jbrsar@salsgiver.com

NMCB 128: George McDanel (618) 259-4694, mcdanelgk@aol.com

NMCB 40: Ed Holston (856) 358-0916, nmcbfighting40@aol.com

NMCB 62 & Edzell, Scotland, Seabees: Norm Hahn (715) 834-4780, normhahnjr@yahoo.com

USS Alamo LSD-33: Gary W. Moss (850) 994-3499, ponylakel O@cox.net

USS AucillaAO-56: Anthony K. Flynn (386) 671-1988, tygal41@aol.com

USS Essex: Charles Fiedler (972) 690-6329, chuck.fiedler@juno.com

USS John Rodgers DD-983: Ronald Miner (443) 926-3323, minerr@comcast. …

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