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Re: OT Stolen Valor

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02-19-2012 13:45:42

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I was a squad leader in A Co 2nd Bn 327th Inf 101st Airborne in VIet Nam. I don't remember carrying a plastic spoon in my pocket. As a squad leader I was entrusted with a map of our AO and that I folded up to fit in a prc 25 battery bag. My extra smokes and wallet I carried in a "go-go" box, an M60 ammo box that I strapped to the bottom of my ruck. The pack of butts I was working on was in a plastic case stuck in the elastic band on my steel pot. I ran into a fellow patient a the VA Hospital who was wearing a "Viet Nam Veteran" hat. I said "where were you in Nam?" He said "I was stationed in England but it was during the Viet Nam war so I'm a Viet Nam vet. It takes all kinds.

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02-19-2012 14:09:13

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 Re: OT Stolen Valor in reply to Ken(WI), 02-19-2012 13:45:42  
" The pack of butts I was working on was in a plastic case stuck in the elastic band on my steel pot. "

Yep. I remember those plastic cases. We never wore steel pots, so no where to put them!

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