220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company
Fourth Quarterly 2007 CATCOM E-Newsletter
updated December 21, 2007 (evening)
A Soldier's Song
and all Friends
and Brothers in Arms,
in memory of those who have served
A Great Idea!!! But:
When you are making out your Christmas card list this year, remember our service men and women. The following is a nice idea, but it won't work:Note: This has been checked with Snopes.com, and their investigation was negative. Click on the link to read their article.A Recovering American Soldier
c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington D.C. 20307-5001
A church in Indiana puts their rhetoric into practice in a very effective way. Check it out, and enjoy such articles as those found in "Links." Our troops are NOT alone out there!
Catkiller Jim Keathly checked in and has some additional history to share. Welcome, Jim, and we look forward to seeing you in person at our next reunion:
My name is Jim Keathly, I was in the original company that arrived in Phu Bai and was assigned to the platoon in Quang Nhagi.
My home email is email@example.com.
My wife found the site, and I would like to get listed. Also, I noticed in the roster listing that my name along with Lt. Arnie Roebuck, Lt. Monty Price and WO Ron Fero were not listed. Monty was in Quang Nhagi. when we arrived. Ron died in a mid air collision while on a FAC mission. My last contact with any of our bunch was with Tom Batten about 15 years ago or longer. It was great seeing all the names that were listed. I would be interested in attending one of the reunions that may occur in the future. Please include me on any future notices of events.
I live in Dallas TX and am still working in the Semiconductor industry and am planning on retirement about this time next year.
The first Catkiller commander, Jerry Ralph Curry, rose within the ranks from private to general. Gifted people on the go don't stop at success, they continue to serve and seek other challenges and responsibilities. General Curry has made it clear he desires to be president. Here is a link to his campaign web page, which he invites you to visit. Just click on the banner to go to the site:
Doc Clement and his wife, Brenda, recently visited Charles and Nancy Finch. Both families wish you a
and send this photo reflecting their close friendship:
Want to hear a moving song? Take a look at some of our soldiers and hear this song: