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Richard E. (Rich) Blakeley, September 9; The services were private and he was cremated.
Our deepest condolences go out to the families!
6/17/03:The "Guns A Go-Go" Reunion
was a resounding success! A link is currently being built with full coverage of the Reunion... if you were there and have pictures you'd like to publish, please E-MAIL them to me, with a brief explanation, and I'll include them... Thanks!
Added "Then & Now" link 5/4/03
2/17/03: Juan Carlos Gonzales
"NIGHT JUMPER 4-2"
On 2/22/68, about 600 meters
NW of the Citadel in Hue,
Juan was dug-in by Hwy 1,
directing fire for the Go-Go's,
and witnessed "Birth Control"
being shot down.
"When we saw the Chinook
gunships coming, it was like
seeing Angels coming
to our rescue!"
In January 2003, Juan returned
to Vietnam and made THIS
picture of the rice fields
where "Birth Control" went down.
Update 10/14/02: The "Vietnam Then" photo album online
Update 10/9/02: The new "Guns A Go-Go" display, at the Army Aviation Museum is now open to the public! It isn't quite finished yet, but it looks really good sitting over by the old "A" Model. - photo contributed via Jim Ketcham