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I have posted a question concerning Ben Het and
the 6th Battalion 14th Artillery on the 6/14th
web site under the Morning Cup o Joe section.
If interested or maybe someone might know the
In the interest of simplicity and with the thought that folks in the Regiment may be able to come up with an answer, why not post the question here as well?
I did give that some thought but I felt it was a
question concerning the 6th Battalion.
The men who served in the other battalions would
not be familiar with the engagements of the
6th. I not aware of anyone who served with just
the 14th Artillery Regiment...not saying that
duty did not exist.
Being several (6/14th) members of all the members
of the 14th Artillery Regiment web site may view
just this web site, for the most part, it was just
a "mention" to them that there was a question on
the 6Bn/14th Artillery web site concerning the
Finally, I believe there is a link on this web
site which anyone could easily click on to go over
to the 6th/14th web site. And, I was told both
sites work very closely with each other.
Also, I have received an Email suggesting it may
have been a 1st Field Force MACV HQ issue.
So, it maybe that it jumps over all of our heads
right up to 1st Field Force HQ.
Al poses an interesting question for history, perhaps someone who stops by here would know some answers or know where to ask.
If you were at Ben Het and would be interested in helping out, stop by the 6/14 Artillery Forum and read Al's question concerning Ben Het and the 6th of the 14th's involvement.
This forum has html and BBCode disabled so we cannot leave a simple clickable link but the URL for Al's question is:
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HOORAH! Everything is better with a Warbonnet on it!!
Two thumbs up to that Bob !
Some day I am going to learn to cut and paste.
I am a 2 finger typer but I try and it takes
time to do this.
OK, I have posted a response to two emails on
the 6th/14th Artillery web site if interested.
I promise to learn how to cut and paste if in
fact it makes it possible to transfer something
from there to here. God, I'd love it.