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'66-'67

Email From Dan Faveau to Dale Isbell and Steve Hassett.

My name is Dan Favreau, I was in 3rd platoon, I remember you very well! The machine gunners name was George Sabastion. I rotated a few days before Fells, the first Sgt. came out to the field when I had 3 weeks left and said me and Fells could go in and pull k.p. and hang around camp. I told him no dice. He wouldn't let Fells go unless I went back, Said I rotated first so it wouldn't be fair, well Fells had to stay, although he tried to persuade me on a daily basis. The prisoner deal after George was shot, I went into the stream, looking for a place to cross, saw 2 beady eyes looking at me from the reeds, nearly had a heart attack, brought him on shore, he had a string tied to his ankle that went across the trail, still haven't figured that out, as there was no grenade or anything....

The links below do not show the daily records, however "some" of the information is pulled from them.

June '67
July '67 
August '67
September '67 
October '67
November '67
December'67
January '68
February '68
March '68
April '68
May '68
June '68
July'68
August '68
September '68
October '68
November '68
December '68

This page is dedicated to those men that served with Company  C, 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry and especially those who lost there lives.

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