84th Engineer Battalion (Construction)
Association Viet Nam


From time to time we get requests from former members family for information about them. We are going to try and post this section to help them in contacting
someone who may be able to help. Please send a copy of your e-mail to the 84th Board of Directors so that we may keep track of the information.

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Jan 2010

Hi, My name is Robert (BOB)Damiani, Bob bobwithoneo@wowway.com I was with the HHC 84th ,66-67, Iam looking for Spec 4 Francis Hickey 66-67. He was from Brooklyn,NY. If you have any information about him or how I can caontact him I would appreciate it.  Thank You , BOB

 

Sept 2009

Contact e-mail address Benjamin Miller

JD,

I'm contacting you on behalf of my father-in-law, James Gatlin (Alpena, AR).  He served in the 84th Engineers Battalion, B Company from Jan. 1970 - 1971.  He is trying to receive help with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) he is suffering.  He needs to find anyone he served with that can confirm certain traumatic events he went through.  If you would know how we can contact people he would have served with please let me know.  Those he remembers have passed away and he is having trouble remembering names to the faces.  Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
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Have a great day!

Benjamin Miller

 

 

November 18, 2008 Contact e-mail address Angel Taylor [alphn@yahoo.com]

HELLO MY NAME IS ANGEL TAYLOR AND AFTER ALL THIS TIME AFTER VIETNAM I HAVE FOUND A LIGHTER IN MY FATHERS BELONGINGS THAT GAVE ME A CLUE AS TO WHERE HE SERVED DURING THE WAR AND WAS WONDERING IF YOU OR ANYONE YOU KNEW COULD DIRECT ME TO PEOPLE WHO KNEW HIM, HE PASSED AWAY WHEN I WAS 11MONTHS OLD IN A MOTORCYCLE CRASH MY MOTHER AND HIS FAMILY ALL TALK LIKE HE WAS A SAINT, HOWEVER TO GET TO KNOW HIM BETTER I FEEL THAT POITRAIT IS NOT A ACCURATE ONE.......LOL...... THE FOLLOWING IS THE INFORMANTION I HAVE

SP5 HOWARD FLOYD PHINNEY
1ST CONST PLT
CO B 84TH ENGR BN
VIETNAM 1969-1970

THATS REALLY DOESNT MEAN ALOT TO ME NOR DO I UNDERSTAND ALL THE ABB. I CAN ONLY GUESS WHAT IT MEANS
I DO HOWEVER HAVE A FEW PICS THAT I COULD DIG UP OF HIS SERVICE TIMES IF THEY WOULD HELP

LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU

SINCERELY
ANGEL P TAYLOR

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I'm workin on my claim while I'm in a PTSD program and I'm looking for people who served in A Co from Dec 66 to Nov 67..I'm asking for any information or events that happened to us during that time....I have made contact with Robert Brown,terry damon and Mike glasford and we are getting together in April in Ga. They are supporting me in this attemptwith my claim. It would help my claim very much if I had one more letter of support. It's funny how the Gov. doesn't believe that Engineers can have PTSD and we weent through anything in Nam..I know i did and my friends also..I'm looking for any incidents on the roads or surrounding areas of our base camp.I need this info as soon as possible..I appreciate any help I can get and will assist any I can with theirs.....I can be reached at  Martinbrynt@yahoo.com  or call 413  387-8435(cell). It took me a few years to locate Mike,terry and Robert and it's been a long journey and I'm just trying to get home....Martin

 

Good Afternoon,

I am writing in hopes of finding out some information regarding my father-in-law, Augustus Albert Edwards Jr. He served from 9 November 1964 until 8 November 1966. His records states that he was a 51K.

He was assigned to Delta Company 84th EBC from 31 January 1965 until 18 October 1965 at which point he was assigned to Delta Company 46th Engr. Bn. (Const). He was with the 46th EBC until 23 May 1966 and was then assigned to Bravo Company 589th EBC until 22 August 1966. After which he was assigned to Charlie Company 17th Eng. Bn. 2AD until 22 September 1966 at which time he was assigned to Delta Company of the same battalion until his discharge.

I have a news clipping that was sent to his local newspaper from S-14 W. Sohl of the 46th Eng. Bn. Co. D. It states he volunteered with the 82nd Helicopter Squadron while in Vietnam but was attached to the 42nd Eng Bn. His 214 does not show that he was with either of these units. Neither does it have the dates that he served in Vietnam.

His 214 states that he was in Vietnam for 1 year and 11 days. He was awarded the Vietnam Service Medal with 2 Bronze Service Stars.

If anyone could help me find information regarding my father-in-law it will be greatly appreciated. He has Alzheimer's and the family only has the information that's on his 214. The V.A. in Virginia where he now lives told my mother-in-law that they won't test him for Agent Orange because he can't tell them where he was while in Vietnam and when he was there.

Thank you

V/R

SPC Shameka D. Edwards Edwards, Shameka D SPC MIL USA FORSCOM [shameka.edwards@us.army.mil]