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  1. Jay Hall said:

    Thank you for your service and welcome home

    October 28, 2017
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  2. Sam Adams said:

    Thank you, dollies. You made life for us grunts a little less grim. Muck love and respect to you all

    October 28, 2017
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  3. George A. Bontya said:

    Thank you for your Service and Welcome Home from a Vietnam Veteran from Tuy Hoa in 1970. You look familiar.

    October 28, 2017
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  4. William J McCullough III said:

    Thank you for all you did. I know how valuable your service was, I was there too.

    October 28, 2017
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  5. Paul Cleveland said:

    While I never actually saw a Donut Dollie while in country (8/68 – 9/69), from what I can gather they were really great. Sadly, they get even less recognition than us troops.
    Thank you, ma’am, for your service and WELCOME HOME!

    October 28, 2017
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  6. Bernard Downey said:

    I remember several visits by the Dollies on FSB Bastogne , when I was with the 1/83rd. Artillery , XXIV Group , 70/71
    We played board games , had donuts and received short-timer calendars , amongst other things , mine was a map of the USA with 365 map sections to mark off , I was new in-country …thanks for all the great memories and dedication for ya’ll to serve as you did …

    October 28, 2017
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  7. said:

    You were at the dock to see us off when we left Oakland in October 1966 as we boarded the Edwin D. Patrick for the beginning of our journey and you visited us at Nui Dat in 66-67. What you ladies did to raise our morale will always be remembered and appreciated by those of us for whom you helped make a dark time a little brighter.
    Thank you for your service and all that you did for the troops.
    Welcome Home.
    Bill Taggart 1/83rd Artillery

    October 29, 2017
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