Shelby L. Stanton Message Board
Stephen Van Osdell posts on 7/8/2013 1:10:26 PM
Hello Shelby! Are you still kickin? This is Steve Van Osdell from Baton Rouge. I've been trying to find you and establish line of communication. I hope I'm not too late. Many of the old wargamers have passed away. Hope to hear from you.
Bobby Roberts posts on 1/8/2013 12:23:16 PM
I am seeking any help with any information you readers may have on my uncle.
his name is Rex Hall, i have no information of his service other than he is pictured in a book titled 'special forces at war - an illustrated history, se asia 1957-1975'. the group picture is on page 338 & 339 (5th special forces group detatchment a-502 feb 1 1970 disbanded).
can you possibly lead me to more information on how to research my uncle? He is now deceased and the family has no information on his service other than he is a Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient.
any information you have that could lead me to research the valor of my uncle would be greatly appreciated!
Harry Nelms posts on 12/25/2012 1:54:50 PM
I hope you remember me from Ft Bragg-Lt Nelms (Dusty). I saw your name on line. Drop me an e-mail some time and maybe we can discuss the 82nd in the 70's.
Greg Conway posts on 5/2/2012 2:31:40 AM
Where can I find the original map used by Mr. Stanton on page 369("SF at War"), Nha Trang?
george ellis posts on 6/26/2010 4:54:47 PM
searching for reasonm X corp patch was worn with white field uppermost in korean war ... can you advise..... george
Tamara Gebhardt posts on 5/17/2010 12:11:42 PM
I am looking for information regarding storage of Agent Orange on Okinawa.
Susan Bohdan posts on 2/19/2009 6:23:56 PM
Anyway to contact Shelby Stanton?
billy faulks posts on 2/3/2009 12:24:24 PM
I served with the d co 151 and 75th rangers in viet nam 68/69,i was very honored that a photo of me was used on the cover of ( RANGERS AT WAR), this photo was one of many that was taken of that patrol, it would mean a lot to my squad if you had the rest of them,or tell me where i might obtain them, thanks for your help
posts on 5/21/2006 9:24:44 PM
I am researching a book that is set at the end of World War II. One of the settings that I would like to use is a uniform production factory. Does the author have any information on where the uniforms were made and the work conditions inside the factories.
Bill Stokes posts on 7/23/2005 10:12:36 AM
Section on battle of Dong Xoai contains inaccuracies, and is poorly researched. There is no evidence that Stanton interviewed members of Special Forces team that fought at Dong Xoai.
Would be happy to review facts of fight with author -- based upon personal experience there.
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