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Title: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Coach Bodie on November 22, 2012, 07:31:29 PM
I'm a long time listener to Radio Vietnam ... new to the forum. Just wanted to share this with you all as we honor my father through a benefit event and exchange between schoolchildren in the USA and Viet Nam!!!

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P.S. Love Radio Vietnam ... Thank You!!!



Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: RadioResearcher on November 23, 2012, 11:56:29 AM
I'm a long time listener to Radio Vietnam ... new to the forum. Just wanted to share this with you all as we honor my father through a benefit event and exchange between schoolchildren in the USA and Viet Nam!!!

P.S. Love Radio Vietnam ... Thank You!!!
Great tribute to your dad, Coach!  Thanks for the posting and we hope you keep enjoying the station!

--RR


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Dill The Dog on November 23, 2012, 07:07:37 PM
Yep, that was great , nice one mate.

Dill The Dog
 :drinkup:


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Huyen on November 23, 2012, 07:34:09 PM
Thanks to your father for his service in the cause of freedom and the well being of the Vietnamese people (http://jhelbert.webs.com/military.gif)


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Coach Bodie on November 23, 2012, 10:30:29 PM
I'm a long time listener to Radio Vietnam ... new to the forum. Just wanted to share this with you all as we honor my father through a benefit event and exchange between schoolchildren in the USA and Viet Nam!!!

P.S. Love Radio Vietnam ... Thank You!!!
Great tribute to your dad, Coach!  Thanks for the posting and we hope you keep enjoying the station!

--RR

Thank you ... Will Do!!!


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Coach Bodie on November 23, 2012, 10:31:40 PM
Yep, that was great , nice one mate.

Dill The Dog
 :drinkup:
Thank you!!!


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Coach Bodie on November 23, 2012, 10:35:36 PM
Thanks to your father for his service in the cause of freedom and the well being of the Vietnamese people (http://jhelbert.webs.com/military.gif)

Indeed. His return trip to Viet Nam was an amazing experience and I was glad to have been there to share it. As a veteran he was treated with great respect by the people he encountered. He was very proud of his service. One individual thanked him for his work on a road he built as an engineer and in another instance he was saluted by our guide as we left from the airport.


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Huyen on November 23, 2012, 11:15:13 PM

The VN Vets are special and honorable people, and this is not lost on the Vietnamese.  Both in and out of country!

Thanks to your father for his service in the cause of freedom and the well being of the Vietnamese people (http://jhelbert.webs.com/military.gif)

Indeed. His return trip to Viet Nam was an amazing experience and I was glad to have been there to share it. As a veteran he was treated with great respect by the people he encountered. He was very proud of his service. One individual thanked him for his work on a road he built as an engineer and in another instance he was saluted by our guide as we left from the airport.


Title: Re: Proud Son Of A Vietnam vet ...
Post by: Coach Bodie on November 23, 2012, 11:22:56 PM

The VN Vets are special and honorable people, and this is not lost on the Vietnamese.  Both in and out of country!

Thanks to your father for his service in the cause of freedom and the well being of the Vietnamese people (http://jhelbert.webs.com/military.gif)

Indeed. His return trip to Viet Nam was an amazing experience and I was glad to have been there to share it. As a veteran he was treated with great respect by the people he encountered. He was very proud of his service. One individual thanked him for his work on a road he built as an engineer and in another instance he was saluted by our guide as we left from the airport.
Amen to that!!!