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101st Airborne Division*

Arrived Vietnam 19 Nov 67 Departed Vietnam 10 Mar 72

Unit Headquarters

Bien Hoa 11/67 – Feb 68
Bien Hoa/Phu Bai 3/68 – Apr 69
Bien Hoa/Gia Le 5/69 – Sept 69
Bien Hoa/Hue/Phu Bai Oct 69 – Nov 69
Hue/Phu Bai Dec 69 – Mar 72

4,011 KIA 18,259 WIA 7 Medals of Honor
(Casualty Figures from ‘Vietnam Era’)

*Officially redesignated 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) on
15 Dec 68

**The 1st Brigade departed Ft Campbell 6 July 65, flew to San Francisco, departed Oakland sea terminal
on the USNS General Leroy Eltinge for 20 days at sea. 1st Brigade entered Cam Ranh Bay on 29 July 65size>

Company B, 2d Battalion, 501st
Infantry (Geronimo), 101st Airborne Division Association’s Board of Officers are:

Dave Reinheimer – President
Walter Bouman – Vice President
Bob Worrall – Treasurer
Bob Colombo – Secretary
Leo Flory – Sergeant At Arms

TRANSITION TO DUTY was written by our own, Leo “Doc” Flory (68-69). He was a medic with our company during 68-69 in Vietnam.
His book is great and it is recommended reading! It’s a true story detailing a combat medic’s tour in Viet Nam with Bravo
Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Infantry, 101st Airborne Division (Screaming Eagles). Author Leo Flory takes the reader on his
personal journey from his small Michigan hometown to the rice paddies of the A Shau Valley in Viet Nam and back. His journeys
chronicle the daily life of both himself and the gallant men of Company B, 2nd Battalion, 501st Infantry. For more information
or to order a copy visit the link below.


B-2/501st (101st ABN Div) 67-72 RVN is on FACEBOOK! This is a great tool as an extension of our website
in order for us to communicate with each other, share photos and stories, links, current events in our lives, etc. This is a CLOSED group, which means
it is ONLY for those who served with this unit in Vietnam some time during 67-72 AND their family members. To join,
CLICK HERE. We already have many members and there are scores of photos and a couple of videos
that you will ONLY
see on our Facebook page. You can easily add your own photos. There are members there who are family of deceased members that you served with who would really value
your memories of their
loved ones. You are encouraged to join so you don’t miss out on a thing! You don’t have to “say” anything if you don’t want to. You can just be a “fly on the
wall” and observe all the different dialogues that are taking place. Just give it a try and if you don’t like it, you can always drop out at any time. SEE YOU THERE!

B-2/501st (101st ABN Div) 67-72 RVN WIVES and SIGNIFICANT OTHERS has their own FACEBOOK group, at the suggestion of Ginny Hiller.
It too is a CLOSED GROUP only for spouses and significant others of B-2/501st troopers, so we can feel comfortable sharing conversations as a private group. A lot of us
have developed a bond from attending reunions together and this will help us maintain that bond. CLICK HERE to join.



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