104th-Engineers Guestbook Archive Page-3


21 Name:: David A. Laurenty
Address: 21 Halcyon St Scotia, NY 12302
E-Mail: dlaurenty1@nycap.rr.com
Year Served: 1965-1968
MOS: 63C30
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22 Name:: Kenneth J Laughlin{Joyce}
Address: 246 Sunset Ct LaMotte, Iowa 52054
E-Mail:
Year Served: 1969-1970
MOS: Truck Driver(Dump}
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23 Name:: Nicholas David Beasley (son of David E. Beasley)
Address: 300 mixed rd. Eclectic , al 36024
E-Mail: beasleyhouse@hotmail.com
Year Served:
MOS:
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24 Name:: Thomas Isbill
Address: 1501 Barcelona cir Salinas CA 93906
E-Mail: tomandliz4@aol.com
Year Served: 1969-1970
MOS: Supply SGT
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25 Name:: Donald Clyde Crofts SP-4
Address: 5635 Stewar Woods Dr. Douglasville, Ga. 30135
E-Mail: ccroft@bellsouth.net
Year Served: 1971
MOS: Dump Truck Driver
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26 Name:: Jerrold Jerry Bruce Carpenter aka Carp
Address: 1595 Columbine Place Colorado Springs, CO 80907-4755 Phone (719) 339-9204
E-Mail: jjcarpenter1@juno.com
Year Served: Sept. 1967 - Mar. 1969
MOS: Heavy Equipment Rebuild
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27 Name:: David Beasley
Address: 2385 SW 13th terrace Boybton Beach, Florida 33426
E-Mail: beasley844@aol.com
Year Served: Nov 1968 to Oct 1971
MOS: 81c20 Cartographic Draftsman
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28 Name:: Kenneth W. Yates
Address: 9126 Hixson Pike Soddy Daisy TN 37379
E-Mail: kbroken@comcast.net
Year Served: Jan 71-Dec71
MOS: Mech Drove Wrecker& Water truck
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29 Name:: Michael J. Brodhead
Where are you from?: Marion, Kansas
Where were you stationed?: Fort Bliss, Texas
Memories:: A peaceable period in American history. I recall not even any rumors of impending wars.
Searching for a friend::
Date of Service: 1954-1956
E-Mail: michael.j.brodhead@hq02.usace.army.mil
Comments:

30 Name:: Jerrold Bruce Carpenter
Where are you from?: 1595 Columbine Place Colorado Springs, CO 80907-4755 mobile (719) 339-9204 home (719) 632-8236
Where were you stationed?: Started out in Long Bien with the 100th Float Bridge Co. In September 1967, then did a month with the 500th,
then finished my tour with the 104th Dump Truck Co.( We Drop Our Rocks Anywhere )plus an extended six month tour.
Memories:: Waking up one morning between Cu Chi and the Cambodian border to an in camp fire fight between an M-16 totting cook and a
pour unarmed Boa Constrictor after an hour or so of the one sided fire fight we found the infiltrator in amongst the well ventilated
Searching for a friend::
Date of Service: 17 JAN 1967 - 17 JAN 1970
E-Mail: jjcarpenter1@juno.com
Comments: Thank for putting this together. One of these days IL resurrect my slides and get you some copies. John Fraser should have
some good ones too.