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Sunday, November 2, 2008
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COMMENTS[ Posted by admin, November 02, 2008 8:24 PM ] David McMaugh requests Peter Haylock to contact him
by the E-Mail address below please
email@example.com[ Posted by Ian Guy, November 22, 2008 1:36 AM ] Have an american named winfred langley who is looking for a "biff daniels" did he serve with 103 in 1967 in svn? anyone who knows his whereabouts ask him to contact and i'll give him the email address.[ Posted by Ray Cutler, November 30, 2008 9:05 AM ] My new address:
Ray & Bev Cutler
82 Reed St
Phone (03 ) 51541350
Regards Ray[ Posted by John Molloy, March 14, 2009 4:12 AM ] I'm searching for Robert Paul Mc Farlane 2781378. Bob and I were trainees together with the PMG in Sydney and were drafted in 1965. We lost touch and I would like to catch up with him again.
John Molloy 2783758
Phone 0417942328[ Posted by Gerald Bodway, March 14, 2009 8:37 PM ] Vietnam 1968-1969, 134 Avn II Corp. We were in areas with high Agent Orange use, I contracted "issues" from the exposure. I am looking for good articles linking migraine headaches and Agent Orange or dioxin use. Thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org[ Posted by John Molloy, March 21, 2009 3:47 AM ] Further to my search for Bob Mcfarlane.
Bob is No17 in the unit photo on the home page and pictured in the centre of the bottom row in Greame Southerland's first lot of photos.
Any help in locating him would be greatly appreciated.
Cheers John Molloy.
Phone 0417942328[ Posted by Frances Wrightson/Rothero, April 30, 2009 12:53 PM ] I am involved in a website called "Daughters of Vietnam Veterans International" .Iheard about this website had to look as my dad Richard Rothero and my uncle was in 103. How exciting to see all these photos..I am very very proud of being a Soldiers Daughter and always will be.Is there any way i can add to these photos as i have many.[ Posted by Stephen Aldred, May 31, 2009 12:57 PM ] Hi to any one who remembers, Please drop me a line
103 mdm Bty 8/12.....1973....1978 ?
Stephen[ Posted by Michael Rockstroh, June 25, 2009 11:14 AM ] Im looking for anyone who served with my father or may have pictures of him.His name is John Rockstroh aka rocky,he passed away 5/7/1990.any help would be much aprecciated.[ Posted by E BUKELIS, September 05, 2009 4:32 AM ] To steve aldred my e-mail is email@example.com or 0427-519-596 leave atext as i,m out in the northern wheatbelt and telstra does,nt exist out here. regards ed bukelis[ Posted by tibi stiasny, March 18, 2010 6:36 AM ] Hi,
looking for Hans ( Dutchy ) Wouters, 216220.
Was with !st Field Regiment and transferred to catering Corps.
If any info please email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org[ Posted by Vernon Johnston, May 10, 2010 10:38 AM ] I was in Malaya in 1960-63. I served with Billy Bostok, Jeff Haack, Bob johnson, Patty Durnford, Ticki Coward, Dick Rothero to name a few. I have a number of old 103 Fd Bty Malayla photos. I live in Tewantin, QLD. I am currently visiting my son (WO2 Paul Johnston, RAA) in Townsville 06 May-04 Jun 10. If any body would like to contact me then call 0417476202. I would like to catch up with my old mates.[ Posted by Steve Chika (Czika), September 23, 2010 2:09 AM ] Hi Vern,
I also served with you, I recently visited the old barracks at Terendac in Malaysia, our old barracks are still there and occupied by a Mayaysian Airborn Artillery unit who still use our old L5's. I also have some old photos and met the CO of the Malaysian Regiment who would like to recieve any information and photos for his Regiments history, get in touch I am presently living in Cambodia.[ Posted by Steve Chika (Czika), September 23, 2010 2:12 AM ] My email address is email@example.com_chika@hotmail.com[ Posted by Ray Cutler, January 07, 2011 7:13 AM ] John great site, keep up the good work. Our Plaque is hanging proudly in the RSL Building at Orbost Vic. and everybody loves it.[ Posted by Ray Cutler, October 03, 2011 9:15 PM ] All this talk about a MOU with the former enemy being persued by the Nat. HQ RSL is a crock. The RSL in my opinion has lost the plot in respect of what its charter is, to look after all returned service persons and assist our current serving service people. I think that the current RSL chief's are only concerned with money that the Club's can generate and that the real purpose has been put on the back burner. As President of our local branch (Orbost Vic.) we feel that there are many more important things that the RSL should be doing for its members, not getting into bed with the Communist enemy.[ Posted by Ray Cutler, October 03, 2011 9:21 PM ] Change of Address.
As from the end of October I will have a new address,
78 Hennesy St Moe Vic. 3825
email will remain the same.
Phone number- Not known yet.
Mobile 0488513047[ Posted by Janice Rothero / Smith, November 07, 2011 10:38 AM ] I am the niece of Richard (Dick ) and david Rothero . If any one has any photos or info on my uncles could they please let me know.
Janice[ Posted by Peter Manucci, June 12, 2012 12:07 PM ] 103 Fd and HQ Bty 1st Fd Regt RAA reunion Perth WA 16-19 Aug 2013.
Start planning and replying to Manooch. All emails and letters have been despatched
Make a good holiday out of it the weather up the NW will be just ideal
0404024700[ Posted by Tom Dickson, December 19, 2012 6:05 AM ] I was with 103Bty from 1959 - 1965 and in Malaya from 1961 - 1963 and wish to contact John Corbett or Russ Crane.[ Posted by Kim Montgomery, January 10, 2013 9:09 AM ] Hi,
My name is Kim Montgomery and I am Neville Gair's daughter.
I was wondering if anyone has any 103 Battery caps?
My brothers and sister would also like one as i wear my Dad's one frequently and it is commented on.
Dad says John Redman might still have some left.
PS my Dad sends his regards to all[ Posted by Paul Hoskin, April 07, 2013 3:00 AM ] Hi Kim,
I don't think my dad, Terence Anthony Hoskin has any caps but i will ask him. My hair stood up on the back of my neck when i saw you were Neville Gair's daughter as my dad has told me about him and served with him in 66 - 67. Would you mind asking Neville if he has any photos of my dad as he was absent in the group photo that was posted on here.
Paul Hoskin[ Posted by Paul Hoskin, April 07, 2013 3:17 AM ] Hi Kim,
If you want to get in touch my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul.[ Posted by Luke, March 16, 2014 5:12 AM ] Dear All,
My name is Luke Scholes, I am currently conducting research for a possible documentary project based on Peter Dennis O'Neill who served with the 1RAR as a Gunner in Vietnam in 1968 (27/03/1968 - 14/08/1968). As some of you may know Peter sadly passed away two years ago. I am hoping to hear from anyone who knew Peter prior to, during, and after his time as a soldier in Vietnam. I am also seeking assistance to contact Peter's family members, particularly his niece Kimberly.
As some of you may know, later in life Peter documented his experiences in Vietnam through art. Peter's extraordinary body of work will be the focus of this documentary. His many paintings and drawings tell not only his story but that of his fellow soldiers from the 1RAR. The story of the 1RAR in Vietnam needs to be told by the soldiers who were there, and in Peter's sad absence it is those who remain that I need to hear from. I am particularly interested in speaking with soldiers who were involved in the Battle of Coral, which seems to be a conflict in Australian war history that lacks the exposure it deserves. Whilst it is difficult for me to confirm, it would seem that this battle was drawn upon for use in Peter's art. If you were involved in this particular conflict and you are interested in sharing your story I would like to hear from you.
Peter apparently gifted a number of paintings and drawings to mates of his he made in Vietnam. If anyone knows the whereabouts of any of Peter's artworks I would greatly appreciate your letting me know. I also need your assistance collating as much imagery as possible, whether it be photographs, footage, paperwork or anything else visual that I might be able to possibly include in this project.
I understand that it is difficult for many Veteranís to discuss and share their experiences. It is not my desire to upset any individuals or seek the involvement of anyone who is not interested in sharing their experience with me. I come to you in good faith, with a genuine desire to, with the upmost respect, gather information that has the potential to reflect part of the experience of Australian soldiers in Vietnam.
Please note that my research is in its very early stages. These projects take a very long time to develop. I currently have no funding and I am working alone, using my own funds to research this project. I welcome anyone who feels they may be able to contribute to write to me on the email address provided below. Please feel free to pass my message amongst your networks and on to anyone you think may be able to assist.
Thank you to all of you in advance,
email@example.com[ Posted by Lorraine Symington, July 07, 2014 11:45 PM ] I am trying to locate Graham Fitzgerald does anyone know where he is or know him?
I am putting an artical together for a Historian in Victoria & I am not sure if this Graham Fitzgerald belongs to our family or not & need to verify it to include him as on of 40 odd direct descendants to 4 greats ago Grand Mother. If I can prove he is a descendant it would be amazing that our family have so many who served from the Boar War to now. A few did not serve overseas,non the less they did their duty on the home front.
Lorraine[ Posted by Reg Shepherd, March 11, 2015 6:47 AM ] Hello
I am trying to track down Ivars Valuks.We did our recruit training together and of course I served in 1Fd with him.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
Thanks Reg Shepherd 217166[ Posted by Danan Jolliffe, November 04, 2015 3:56 AM ] Hi!
I am looking for anyone who knew my grandfather Neville Jolliffe.
He was a bombardier/forward observer.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much!
Danan :)[ Posted by Melisha Blazely, December 12, 2016 4:01 AM ] Hi, I am looking for anyone who knew my dad, Verdun Blazely. He was in Vietnam 66-67 and passed away in march 1968 - a few months before I was born. I also have some of his photos from his time over there.[ Posted by nmxvxp, June 24, 2017 4:43 PM ] DamnShankilla
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