Delta Co 11th LIB
Americal Heraldic

Delta Company 1/20

Delta Company, 1st Of The 20th, 11th Light Infantry Brigade
Americal Division


This is a collection of links to other internet websites that have a similar goal.

Americal Division Veterans Association

A History Of The Unit From Its Formation At Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Through Its Deactivation After Service In The Republic Of Viet Nam
Research And Compilation By (Cpt) Chuck Seketa

Alpha Company, 1st Of The 20th, 11th Light Infantry Brigade Americal Division
LZ locations map, Photographs on this site.

Bravo Company, 1st Of The 20th, 11th Light Infantry Brigade Americal Division

Charlie Company, 1st Of The 20th, 11th Light Infantry Brigade Americal Division

Echo Company - The Men of the Recon Platoon

Eleventh Light Infantry Brigade Dedicated to the memory of The Eleventh Light Infantry Brigade

174th Assault Helicopter Company (AHC) DOLPHINS & SHARKS in Vietnam & Laos -- 1966-1971

John Wolf and his A community for Members and Friends of the 1/20, 11th Brigade, 23rd Infantry, LZ Liz, Duc Pho, Vietnam. John Wolf took some movies in Nam during a CA, a M16 in one hand and an 8mm movie camera in the other. "I was really surprised someone didn't stop me, but I have found I have some very rare footage, maybe some of the only movies taken by a Grunt who was not a reporter." Videos are also accessible at YouTube
Anyone is welcome to visit the site and watch videos, look at pictures. If you join, you can then share your pictures, videos from days past, from reunions or anything you want.

Ray Harvey: Viet Nam photos Apr. 68 - June 69 Ray Harvey was the Delta Company RTO (radio telephone operator). This link will take you to his photos.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington DC honors the fallen of the Vietnam War.

Delta Company Family I received this from a friend and was very touched watching it. The Michigan Vietnam Veterans did a wonderful job with the video, but what is said in the video applies to each state, to Delta Company and to each Vietnam Veteran.
Wendell Strode

This is a video made by and for Michigan Vietnam Veterans, but I believe all of you should appreciate this: http://www.v-prod.com/trailer_vietnam.html

If interested in the number of casualties in the Vietnam War broken down by state, click here: http://www.landscaper.net/statewall.htm

"Never Forgotten, Inc." the 1955 Chevy POW-MIA Dragster. Owner/Driver Max Loffgren is a proud Americal Vet and will be at many Americal and 1st Cavalry Division Reunions.

 

 

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