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Phu Bai

Later Commander

220th Avn Co

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220th Avn Co

Background Information

Employment History

Crew Chief

Danang Golf Club


Strategic Marketing Manager

MEMC Electronic Materials , Inc.


Mechanic

Catkiller


8th RRFS


Chief Hand Surgeon

Brooke Army Medical Center


85th Evac Hospital


Affiliations

1st Recon Bn.

Member


Web References(160 Total References)


Board Of Directors | Honor For All

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Kent was a Sergeant in Phu Bai with 220th RAC in 1969.


220th Aviation Company "Catkillers" In Memory: CPT Kenneth Tony Keltner

catkillers.org [cached]

220th Aviation Company, Phu Bai, Vietnam
Phu Bai Airfield from above, looking south Phu Bai flight line


220th Aviation Company "Catkillers" History: 1968

www.catkillers.org [cached]

• Phu Bai, Republic of South Vietnam
220th Aviation Company "Catkillers" History: 1968 220th Aviation Company 'Catkillers' unit banner "Since the 3rd Brigade 82nd Airborne Division flew the back seat with the 220th, 2nd platoon out of Phu Bai from July-September 1968...could you add our logo to the web page banner? Catkillers, 2nd Platoon, Phu Bai, during 1968. You already have some photos in the History Index 1968-Phu Bai (mostly taken from testimony before the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA): I was then assigned to fly with the Catkillers out of Phu Bai in support of our troops." From July 1968 through September 1968, I flew with the 220th Aviation Company, (the Catkillers) out of Phu Bai.


220th Aviation Company "Catkillers" In Memory: CPT Kenneth Tony Keltner

www.catkillers.org [cached]

220th Aviation Company, Phu Bai, Vietnam
Phu Bai Airfield from above, looking south Phu Bai flight line


220th Aviation Company "Catkillers" History: 1966

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• Da Nang, Phu Bai, Republic of South Vietnam
220th Aviation Company "Catkillers" History: 1966 220th Aviation Company 'Catkillers' unit banner The 2nd Plt and Company Hq were heavily involved with in the 3rd Marine Division in Operation Hastings north of Phu Bai which resulted in being included in the Troop List for the award of the Navy Presidential Unit Citation. The 3rd Plt in Danang/Marble Mountain later worked closely with 1st Marine Division in their AO south of Danang and were also included in the Marine Troop List for another award of the Navy Presidential Unit Citation. 3rd Marine Division (Fwd) in Phu Bai [based in Danang] soon became HQ 3rd Marine Division at Phu Bai. I note that 1st Sgt Morrell was always ready to climb in the back seat whenever someone from Phu Bai flew to any of the platoon locations. I seem to recall that the Platoon Sergeants flew to Phu Bai with their "bosses" but most of the troops in the formation were from Headquarters and Service Platoons so that the flight platoons remained operational. Sometime in late Summer or early Fall, 3rd MAF went to a "Bone Yard" on Okinawa and literally "put together" a Squadron of O-1Cs (I think there was originally about a dozen of them) shipped them to Vietnam and they were spread out to Chu Lai, DaNang and Phu Bai. However, by Fall, HQ 3rd Mar Div was in Phu Bai and they opened a Fwd Base at Dong Ha. As I recall, the oiled crushed rock strip was replaced by the PSP strip so that the Air Force and Marine C-130s could (would) land there.


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