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Date Posted: 22:41:04 06/03/05 FriPDT
Author: Bill Carpenter
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Subject: Re: Rommel
In reply to: Boyd Belmas 's message, "Rommel" on 13:09:41 05/23/05 MonPDT

>My uncle, Paul Belmas, was a dog handler in the war
>and his dog was named Rommel. Does anybody have any
>information regarding this dog?

I handled Rommel, 080M. I picked him up in June on 1971 at Bien Tuey (sp) and brought him back to Cam Rahn Bay where I was with him for the next year. I did not meet his previous handler as he had already rotated out to the world.

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[> Re: Rommel -- Jes Berghorn, 19:33:09 08/26/05 FriPDT (

There were several dogs named Rommel. Do you know where your uncle was sationed? My father handled Rommel A861 in Pleiku from 9/66-6/68.

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