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James S. Beaman said:   December 29, 2015 12:53 pm PST
I was a 1st Lt. serving as the 3rd platoon leader for Company A, 2/18 in 1968. My address is 712 Bridle Path Rd., Colfax, CA 95713. My home phone is 530-637-5003. I would like to be added to the roster. Thank You, Jim Beaman

lupe pedraza said:   December 23, 2015 6:02 pm PST
I am searching for a swamp rat patch. My unit 1st bn 18th Inf E Co Recon Plt 67/68

daniel milkey said:   December 7, 2015 10:31 am PST
if anyone remembers me please call me thankx

Merino J. Ciccone, Jr. said:   December 6, 2015 2:56 pm PST
This is an updated address that should be listed for my deceased dads entry; 1st Sergeant Merino J. Ciccone, Sr., 1st Division, Company "E" 18th infantry. Old address of ciccone@rome.com is no longer active. Thank you and may God Bless All

Bernard Kenan said:   October 18, 2015 8:23 am PST
I think I might have been the oldest 2nd LT in Vietnam in 1965. I was 30 years old.

trichard golden said:   September 15, 2015 6:20 pm PST
I started a rifle team to honor my great uncle Charles golden 18th inf WW1 sliver star in Canada we do all American veterans graves \\\\\i have a baseball hat made to give colonel Chams and I lost his email can any one contact him and ask him to email me I would like to mail the hat to him

Patchcollector said:   September 13, 2015 11:14 am PST
RE: G Pedraza said: January 13th, 2015 10:37 pm My first tour in Vietnam was with 1st bn 18th Inf E Co Recon Plt Swamp Rats Hi Mr. Pedraza, I collect military patches and have one for the 1/18th Swamp Rats Recon unit.I would like to send you a photo of the patch so that you could verify if it is real,and was worn by your unit members during the war.If you would please send me an email,I will send you an image of the patch. Thanks very much. My email is: Patchcollector@mial.com

Lori Foronda Sloan said:   May 27, 2015 5:16 pm PST
My father, Frank Foronda, was in Vietnam 3 times. He very nearly lost his life, I believe the last time he was there. I am very well aware of the bravery my dad show ed and also how close I vame to growing up without a father. I am so very proud of him!!

William D. Finik said:   May 2, 2015 12:17 pm PST
In memory of Martin Finik. KIA in action. Our family always remembers your sacrifice and although we never met, you are forever present. Nephew

Cindie Vaughan said:   January 25, 2015 7:48 pm PST
My Uncle Clyde H. Whitaker, Sr. was KIA serving with the 18th Infantry during WWII. God bless all who serve our country in the military, and God bless America.

G Pedraza said:   January 13, 2015 7:37 pm PST
My first tour in Vietnam was with 1st bn 18th Inf E Co Recon Plt Swamp Rats

Albert Trostorf said:   December 16, 2014 10:42 am PST
Dear 18th Infantry veterans and family: We are planing a reunion with the sons, daugthers, nieces and nephwes of the WWII veterans who was involved in the Battles for the Siegfried Line, Aachen, Huertgen Forest and Battle of the Bulge. The reunion/meeting is from May 28 - May 31, 2015 here in the Huertgen Forest. Please contact me at: al-tostorf@t-online.de for further information.

Spc4Corujo Soto Jose A. said:   December 14, 2014 1:25 pm PST
I was a former Dco 2/18 Infantry 11BC2 M249 gunner during the 24th Infantry 3rd brigade during desert shield and Desert Storm 1991 we did kicked their buds before we even got closed to basarah our mission and purpose still in my memories like if if was recent memories . Saff Sageant Steward lead our infiltration into Iraqi territory , Eddi Delgado , Sp4 simpsom , and therest of the platoon Oh ups we were deep into territory Iraqui in ou vehicle that became shot Matilda Delta 23 2/ 18 infantry was leading the offensive while Charlie Company engaged enemy fierce fire the first moments one of our Bradley vehicles got hit and the rest its in the history book we hited firefully Saddan . 2/ 18 infantry was the leading infantry battalion of the 197th infantry brigade out of Fort benning Georgia it became the 3rd Brigade of the 24th Infantry Division with 5 thousands men and women to fulfill the 24 Infantry leading Brigade with 24,000 troops. .As part of the 18th airborne Corps our mission was Dead and destruction to support the 82 airborne Division , Coronel Staudder was the Battalion Comander of 2/18 infantry battalion during Desert shield desert Storm . Great job Patriots.

SFC Fernandez-Davila, Jorge said:   October 27, 2014 5:20 pm PST
I had the honor of meeting Walt Ehlers a few times in Germany while serving with 1-18 IN. I deployed 3 times with them and then later joined 2-18 and deployed to Afghanistan with them. To this day, the 18th Infantry has been the best and proudest unit I have ever served with! "VANGUARDS"

Carolyn Pittmam Knight said:   April 4, 2014 12:30 pm PST
My daddy Budie Pitman, from Greenville, S.C. was in this 18th Infantry First division. 1917-1919. I would like to know if I can buy this book.18th U.S. Infantry First Division. 1919?

getecweb said:   September 26, 2013 4:24 pm PST
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