Ban Me Thuot
A-334 TDY
B-23
B-210

Damon Mangels Tom "TJ" Kilcrease Phillip Rouviere
Jim Pair Larry Jones
FAC
Dan Pierelli
Gary Crossman Bob Poole, SFC [CSM, Ret]
11B4S
R.L. Harris [MSG, Ret.]
11B5SFR
Raymond Reed, LTC [LTC, Ret] Jack E. Smith, SSG
11B
Richard "Poet" Whiteside, E-6, Lt, Cpt
[Major, (Ret.)]
George Schramm, [MSG, Ret]
11B4S
James Goodwin, Sgt
05B4S
James McNamara, Sgt
11F5S
Tim O'Rourke, [SGM, Ret.]
98Z5S
403rd RR SOD (Abn)
Gene Williams, SSG
05B4S
Roger Davis, SFC
051.63
Joe Isham, SGT
O5B4S
Larry Blevins, Spec 5
Rigger
Robert Millman, SP/5
32F2
Gordon Adams, SSG [1st SG, Ret]
12B
Lance dePlante, Col. Ret Robert Sevilla, Sp/4
RTT
Randall "Tex" Weisner, SFC [SFC Ret.]
Medic
   

 

A-334 Ban Me Thuot (TDY) (Eagle Flight) Darlac Province Opened:Nov 65 Closed: unk *
B-23 Ban Me Thuot Darlac Province Opened: Nov 64 30 Nov 70 closed

* CMH Publication 90-23. Department of the Army. Washington, D.C. 1989 (First Printed, 1973); Appendix C

Detachment B-210 1st SFGA

B-210, commanded by Major McNulty, was located at two different camps in II CTZ. Arriving on 21 August 1964 the detachment replaced B-330 at Pleiku, Pleiku Province, II CTZ. While at Pleiku, the Detachment maintained operational control over 21 "A" Detachments with a primary mission of interdicting VC routes of communication. In mid-November, the detachment moved to Ban Me Thuot, Dar Lac Province, II CTZ, where it maintained operational control of seven "A" Detachments until its return to Okinawa on 16 February 1965.**

 


**  First Special Forces Group (Airborne) Annual Historical Summary: 1965.   TDY teams '64 and '65

 

 

 

 



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