This site is dedicated to the men of the 59th LC "Bushwackers"
THANK YOU FOR
A JOB WELL DONE
>>>>>>> The 59th LCC 2019
Phone: (703) 521-1900
· Room Rate $119 + tax
· Complimentary Internet in Guest Rooms
· Parking-$15 per day
Complimentary shuttle to
· Restaurant on site
2018, but MUST be
Cost of the dinner is $40 per person (for EACH person attending the dinner). This needs to be paid up front because the hotel is asking for payment for the dinner up front.
Please send a check payable to Carl Cain to the following address as soon as possible:
Diseases Related to Agent Orange Exposure
LETTER FROM THE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA
HITTING THE HO CHI MINH TRAIL
THE 59th BUSHWACKER SONG
DONG HA 1969
Let every nation know, whether it
wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet
any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival
and success of liberty.
Brought out to the A Shau for a change of command replacing CPT Baker
Please watch this video, the link was sent to me by Roger Smith. Words can't explain.3000 vets on motorcycles from across the USA paraded in D.C. the Sunday before Memorial Day, while a solitary, saluting Marine greeted them out on Constitution Avenue... the Marine stood at salute for 3 straight hours, while the parade of roaring bikes kept on coming.... it is held in remembrance of those who've fallen in the military.... the event (or the group) is called Rolling Thunder.
Some sobering Memorial
Day statistics and facts.
The Vietnam War
THIS WAS POSTED IN THE VETERANS MUSEUM IN BRANSON, MO
The Vietnam War was the most divisive and controversial war in U.S. history, and the truth of the Vietnam War remains elusive. The first war played out every night in two minute segments on peoples' TV sets, most of what people think they know about the Vietnam War was generated by fragmentary and incomplete reporting, both on the TV and in the papers. Against this entrenched belief, even the most painstakingly researched and immaculately documented research to the contrary has made little headway, and the Vietnam War remains poorly understood and very controversial to this day. Some progress, however, has been made. Whatever the remaining controversy, virtually all of the American people admit that the Vietnam veteran got a raw deal and deserves the nation's thanks and a heartfelt apology.
NAME THESE GUYS, 3rd PLT
The Vietnam War