18th Infantry Regiment Association

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Ralph P Taylor said:   October 12, 2017 2:10 pm PST
I served in Germany from March 1960 until July 1962. I was with the unit when it was sent to Berlin when the wall was being built. I was assigned to Charlie Company.

Richard Clark said:   August 1, 2017 1:26 pm PST
A great division with a history to be proud of.Congratulations on your anniversary.Wish I could have been a part of it.

1sg Joe Augusta said:   June 29, 2017 3:07 pm PST
I served with CSC 3rd battalion from 1974 to 1992. Most of that on AGR.

Donald A. Clark said:   May 29, 2017 11:12 am PST
I served as executive officer of Company C, 2nd Battalion from April through September 1966 and would love to hear from those who served during that time.

Bob Connor said:   May 18, 2017 3:09 am PST
Sirs, I am providing humanitarian assistance (no pay/fees, not seeking donations and not sell pin, hats, etc.) in helping the Vietnamese find at least some of 400,000 MIAs. This effort just started in 10/2016 and current in process of finding and excavating the graves near the Bien Hoa Air base from the '68 Tet Offensive. I was informed by a US Vet of a mass grave at Loc Ninh from the battles in Oct & Nov '67. I found the detailed story written by Wayne Wade (3rd Platoon, B Company, 1/18th Infantry). I would appreciate your assistance in pinpointing the actual location of any graves in this area. Like our own families of MIAs (currently about 1611) they to need closure for their sons, fathers, uncles or brothers. My former CO (Ret Col. Marty Strones, 3rd Security Police Sq. , Bien Hoa Air base) is also helping in this mission. We have meet with the Military, Provincial Officers and Staff of Dong Nai. While at Bien Hoa in March in searching for one of the graves we even had a surprise visit and meeting with the 1st Deputy Prime Minister of Viet Nam. Please pass on to our fellow Veterans to contact me concerning any site, not just Loc Ninh. Sincerely, Bob Connor 609-230-3488

Billy Curtiss said:   April 25, 2017 8:17 am PST
I am the sole son of Charles W Curtiss PVT 18 INF 1 Div. I am looking for information on this group of men were killed.

(doc) ray collins said:   April 11, 2017 3:16 pm PST
can anyone help ..... i'm looking for larry miller. he was the captain of ... c company ... 1st batallion ... 18th infantry ... 1966. thanks

Bruce Schneider said:   March 7, 2017 9:03 pm PST
I was with 4th platoon Company C 2nd Battalion 18th Infantry 1st Infantry Division from Jan 1969 until they pulled out late in the year and was transferred to Can Tho until I shipped out in Jan 1970. Looking to contact anyone who served in the 4th Platoon.

Richard S. Bradley, Jr. said:   January 6, 2017 7:22 am PST
I am looking for anyone who may have served in the 2nd Battalion during WWII. I am particularly interested to make contact with anyone who may have known my uncle, S/SGT Henry C. Boylin, Jr. He was declared MIA on 10/9/1944 at the Battle of Aachen, Germany. His body has never been identified. My uncle served in campaigns at North Africa, Sicily, Normandy, Northern France and Aachen. He was awarded numerous decorations for bravery and courage, including 2nd Silver Stars, 2 Bronze Stars, and the Purple Heart. Anyone having any knowledge of the whereabouts of any soldier who served in the 2nd Battalion during WWII, I would be sincerely appreciative to be able to contact them. Thank you.

Ben Barrett said:   December 26, 2016 11:54 am PST
As I stated in a previous posting, I served with B Co, 2nd 18th, 1 Sept '69, to the Division going home in early '70. I just read the name of another guy from my hometown who also served in B 2/18, and was KIA on 01-29-68. Never knew we both served in the same unit, let alone Company, at different times. If you served with Sgt. Robert Barbery, and know about his death, please contact me. please. There are no more of his family in our hometown, so I am asking for help here. Thanks guys. Ben Barrett 315-824-3074

j hudson said:   November 22, 2016 10:06 am PST
2/18 ,,66-67

Ben Barrett said:   October 27, 2016 9:39 am PST
I was with C Co, 2nd 18th, from Sept 1,1969 through January 1970, when I got shipped to Mech unit in the 25th Div. I was a Shake-N-Bake squadleader and our Platoon Leader Was Lt. Phillip Kindig,.and our platoon Sgt was Steinman.I'm looking for anyone who was in our Platoon. Guys like King, Boyette, Richards, Troyer, Gibson, Dzus, Yontz, O'neal, Medina, Egleston, Wolf.. Anyone from our platoon or my squad. I have the story on Solis and his becoming a KIA in the 1st Cav, after he was shipped to them in Jan 70. I have talked with Charlie 1 on a couple of occasions. Come on guys. We ain't gettin' any younger. Let's reconnect. Thanks

Bob Son of 1st Sgt. Charles Crain 18th bn ww 2 said:   September 23, 2016 4:42 pm PST
I had no idea there was a reunion. Dad passed in 75. Transferred to the 16th AD close to end of war, liberated Pilsen Cz. then back to 18th 1st Div. Any reunion planned in 2016-2017?

Kevin Morrow said:   August 12, 2016 7:48 am PST
Good afternoon. My name is Kevin Morrow, and I am a historical researcher. In past years, I have assisted veterans and their relatives search for documents of interest to them such as after-action reports and general orders related to awards and decorations produced during America's wars of the 20th century (WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam). If you are interested in having me search for documents of this sort, you can contact me on my website (www.abinitioresearch.net), and I'll be happy to help any way I can. Please note I don't assist with getting military service files or with Agent Orange cases.

HOWARD "DUCK" AKINS said:   June 11, 2016 5:46 pm PST
B CO 2/18th 1st INFANTRY ...Viet-Nam OCT1968-1969. I'm LOOKING for ANYONE that served our unit 'maybe six months BEFORE Oct or six months AFTER that recalls me during your tour. I was the RTO for Bravo 1 and Richard P. Mumford the Capt. that took his place after he was hit by Sniper fire.This happened as we Eagleflighted in on this one evening on the dykes. I was within arms reach of the Lt,heard the swoosh and the thud as he went down bleeding really bad.The projectile crossed my left shoulder before striking him.I was the M-79 man...M-14...I humped the M-60 also.They said that i talked "smack" on the radio. I was called DUCK.I need BUDDY LETTERS..line #24 on my DD-214 did'nt have anything that i earned (Airmedal w cluster/etc.) It had the Campaighn Medal w Four Bronze Stars BUT the Board Of Corrections "changed" it to a SERVICE Medal,Telling ME that there is no RECORDS of ME or Bravo 2/18th doing ANYTHING during this time.I shot EXPERT with the M-16 (scores to prove it) and they giving me MARKSMAN and "refuse" to change it.What they're saying i know and everyone there know thats a LIE!!! They STILL will not give me my CIB!!! I have quiet a few names of the Men that served with B Company and KNOW they have their CIB!! Mine was pinned on in Di-An (rear) IF you can recall me from the waterplant OR Di-An write me a letter if you don't mind. THANKS!!! 2212 Chamberlain Ave Chattanooga TN 37404. Jake Jacobs wrote me one but they telling me they can't accept it????? OH! If you can put your ORDERS for the CIB would be good. Jake Jacobs/Bissenden has the Bronze Star SO i guess they (Army) just decided to donate them one...If you're in contact with other Vanguards have them to do the same.

Steve Riojas (aka ROUNDHOUSE)yessir134 said:   June 7, 2016 10:36 pm PST
I served with Recon 2/18 1st inf. Div. 1966-67. Vietnam!

Jack Picciolo said:   March 4, 2016 5:37 pm PST
Looking for info on Sgt. Thomas Cunningham. He served with A Co. 2/18INF from Jan. 1967-Jan. 1968. A friend Thomas Leegan is trying to contact his buddy.

Jeff Krachun said:   February 23, 2016 2:42 pm PST
I am researching my dads service with the 1st. He was with the 18th company c 1st platoon 2nd squad ww2. He ended as a guard at the Nuremberg trials. If anyone served with him I would like to hear from you. raritanagway@netzero.net telephone 908-725-9252

Jeff Krachun said:   February 23, 2016 2:40 pm PST
I am researching my dads service with the 1st. He was with the 18th company c 1st platoon 2nd squad ww2. He ended as a guard at the Nuremberg trials. If anyone served with him I would like to hear from you. raritanagway@netzero.net

Tina Lechner Gibbons said:   January 30, 2016 10:50 am PST
MY father Murray Lechner was in the 18th Infantry in WWII - he was wounded and then captured in Tunisia on Dec. 25, 1942. After being "nursed" back to health by Nuns he spent the remainder of the war in Stallag IIB. He passed away in 1978.

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